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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 November 1849

He ttrawTi flibrtVnd gMphic hiitory him, and to pro, it, he had instanced thepTRUSTEIS SALE OFREALXSTATE. ef the alavery Agitation, and portrayed hvtreatment ha had received at the hand, of B V2?E5JSS !w V. word I that left a deep impression, the dan-' Atchison's friends li. the Platte country. of Pike and State of Misouri, and duly aektiowt- gerous consequences that must result fromlt is true .ometimee, he r.,arked, that the ttMTtSi zt-rlhla hew inniTiL or FILL &: WINTER tLOTBlNG. mHE -ubacriW has inst returned torn St' 1 Louis with a large & well selected stock of R F.Jt D Y-JfJID E CLOTH1XG. comprising ell articles of een.Iemen'e were, calculated io u,Flax.eed,- . .v- the gravest farmer and gayest youth. He deem Beef, oft foot .. . - .u. .n-iil-. ... , . .IA .1.. r..ar,lthatl.e54.Nofthe ba.e line nfRNo lWof the fifth J -"7 7." vTH J,.FP,rT - - w . ,. i 1 iAf wnar vnii vim. inn iii m ties iuib mi imv v ot-nriDftl mend tan. between Alien,-cauiweu anai'" - j r . - 1 . . a S ...

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 November 1849

WHARF BOAT TO OOUKTBT ItERCANTS AND SHIP PERS OF PRODUCE: Tax undersigned beg leave to Announce to the public y A that they have established themselves permanently in ' -x f.i,i.i.n. DEALERS IN COUNTRY PRODUCE of every discrip- tida, and fifcmeers and shippers of Product and -feooda for town? MercLants. their location at the wharf affords them every facility for at tending to the interests of their customers, and is dear savin? to shippers of the expense of dray go. to and from the warehouses of the city. i hey will at all timet give the most libera! mark ct prion tor Froduoe, and store freight at rea- onabU charges. They will rive the strictest personal attention to the shipping of produce for warded to them, and to receiving and forwarding or freight lor country merchants. Having, invested near their whole capital in their present business, they expect to invite cus torn by accommodation and advantage to their cus- omers. - UThey wul also keep on hand a all times i general assortm...

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 November 1849

. : : ' " "'" JJ.',, ' V V--- aa"" ' - . . .' , . "Ml ' :.. I nnnn ntw- .- V .4i v . . - . - GBtlT REGKTSTAftPEDbr 4 gret f icUeflent prettili in Lewfr coun ty io regard W the recent attempt of the segroes runaway mod rise in insurrection; ana h many report ire in circulation in re - latiba thereto, we deem it our duty to pnb- liabe trot etatement of the matter a Hoc sirred. A Utile before day on Friday morning, the tib fat, negro man belonging to James AfQer, eeme into the bouse ostensibly to mtk on a fire. Before going out, Mr. Mill er.baerd' him atep towards the gnn reck, take aomething, and leave with caotion. The circumstance exciting aotne inepicion, he went to the door and called first one and then another of hit negroes, but receiving bo ant war, be went to the negro quarter and foand bo one there. He then aroused the famSy, first aaeertaining, however, that both hit gone were missing. The neighbors arete eJarased a toon i possible, and pur euit made. . Mr. Harvy Henderson w...

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 November 1849

J '4 a OEMflCRlTIE DANJiliR. E C a. f. M CROAT. Editors. : LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MQtfDAY MORJVIA'G, AW. 26. 1849. WOOD! WOOD! I Will usoroe at r-nr v.xd paying stuWribers come to or telieat this time? Winter is upom us, and our wood pile i quite low, and replen-! ihel nlv bv Iavim out the cash. Wood i oeptablenow but aAr we are forced to purchase ' w pwr"e " 13 impossioie to ;weriain me mimner w,pn I am conscious thaT Others are more servant m ne people, anaim mrir win it whl"be ho aoeomniod i W.w 1 the tin,(.,"niM ,0,t- T,,e rePorU ranKe fr"m 80 ,0 130 competent than myself to discharge the dii-!fhat he should obey. He. cannot maniifac u hiu be nr. aco,n.oUi ,,. .v.w Uie tune, .tnoI h we hope Uli, wi l0 be esa(Keriit. 'fi . . ' f . d Mhrntimttu will ture sentiment for the people and force it i vou dc-ire to uv .'i.r ut.ritAion in wood. L,i iv,. nrn.. nrih. 1 . ' 1 . . . ; . ...... 1 . . - 1 ' ' - ' .SriLL t :.ts Povr.-M.. Samuel (. Mi- ckH bf'r. tin- li-tn; weallr. r of List week, 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. — 26 November 1849

PBOSPiCTS El CALtrOBNlA.') fl I &m CoWmercial" article f Ihe New York Herald of tfce 12th we find the follow ing ipecnItion The lotelligVnce'frnm California is inte resting, but by no means so favorable' as generally anticipated. The Oregon, at Pan ama, fmm San Francisco, brought down a bout $400,000 on freight, and the passen gers have about two hundred thousand dol lars in their trunks. ' This makes a total about $4,000,000 received from the gold mines of California. Our advices fimn San Francisco are to the 1st of Octobtr. The: digging season at that time was nearly over, and the miners were flocking into San Fran cisco in large numbers on their way to the Atlantic ports. We learn that steamers for Panama, which are to leave California dur ing the next four months, have been already filled upand that tickets rommand a 4arge II aiuiem-a hv ll.i that there is premium . i. . . .frn... i ..ri...l.... A ..rl.a.,c last f tl.at S in Francisco. The iiiinrrs l.ave not . . I he iinnt-r...

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 November 1849

HABFBOAT idtisiAJfA.Mo. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND SHIP PERS OF PRODUCE: Tax undersigned beg leave to announce to the public that they have established themselves permanently in Louisiana, as DEALERS IN COUNTRY PRODUCE of every discrip- tioni and rteeieer and shippers of Product and lio$4s Jor.Covntry MtrcAants. llietr location at the wharf affords them every facility for at tending to the interests of their customers, and is clear saving to shippers of the expense of dray age to and from the warehouses of the city. They will at all times give the most liberal mark et prices for Produce, and store freight at rea sonable charges. They will give the strictest personal attention to the shipping of produce for warded to them, and to receiving and forwarding of freight for country merchants. Having invested near their whole capital in their present business, they expect to invite cus tom by ucounoodotion and advantage to their cus-emenr.v They will also keep on bend a all limes general ass...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 December 1849

... ; .. " . ....... .... .... r DEMOCRATIC BANNER.; by T1CKEKS sV BOBWSOW. ' a. t. next. , V. P. ROBU.BOH Terms of the Banner. Single copy. per annum, in advance, If paid within three months, (1 50 200 If not paid within the year, - . 250 riO paper WUI u uvuuinucu mn" - be paid for up to the time of discontinuance, rtntm nf Advertisf nr. Tn.la linM or less, first insertion. - 75 - : - - q ..MStinnsI initprtinn. - - oo Yearly and quarterly advertisements at rea sonable rates, JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness and despatch, cheap for cash. - f-7 . POETRY. THE CHOLERA'S FAREWELL. .! T SAMUEL GAS0.170IXC. Oh, harkea ! the rand is merry again, The cities are teeming with soulless men ; No longer the plague with its thunder tread Is strewing the streets with its daily dead : With soulless anea ! Can it her Beware I There are wailing words on the midnight air, While, loader and longer above thera all, E'en yet ye may hear his far foot fall. Ye may hear him busy in distant lands Ta...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 December 1849

41 DEMOCRATIC BANNER. A. J. PICKENS & CO., EDITORS. ....... LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY,DECEMDER3,1849. T the Citizens of North-Eastern ,i ...... , Missouri. , With the present number my career as an editor and proprietor of the Democratic Banner is cloyed. How I have demeaned myself in that position; and whether my liomble efforts as the conductor of an tin- pretending country journal, liave'been pro ductive of good or of mischief to the great party to which-1 profess to belong, I leave for you to determine. For neatly five years I Lare freely and candidly conversed with you. All my thoughts and feelings the convictions -of my judgement and the em otions of my heart have been unreservedly given you. My whole conduct for that peri od, now passes in review before you: It may at times have been wronr, for human nature is fallible, and weOe all liable to err. My only purpose, however, has been ty my feeble efforts, in an honest and Straightforward manner, to . contribute to the- ad...

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

WEDNESDAY MORNIC, DECEMBER 5, 1849. We hare been. una voidaLIy -delayed this week in getting our paper put, on account of busi ness engagement consequent upon the change of aflairs in the office-, as already noticed. Our ttftscriber may hereafter Confidently Took for the Banner out regularly on Monday morning. . ; . .,! ' '' KEw.FuBxiTtniE Stokb-Wo -invite the atten tion of the publio to the advertisement of Messrs. Bbice & Young, in the proper column of this pa per.' .Their enterprise is an addition to the city and an accommodation 4o the country, end their stock ml -Furniture deserves the patronage of the public. Sqcmm to their enterprise. : Pork Packing. On Saturday last we visited the pork packing .establishment of Messrs. C. Draper & Brotliers, in this city. ; In passing through the various apartments of this Targe and well arranged build ing, and examining the many conveniences adopt ed for the rapid and easy execution oflabor, we, felt somewhat delighted,' that so gre...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 December 1849

POETRY. ' DOMESTIC LOVE. Little till, to gently flowing Flower-embroidered banks along, Whither are thy runlet going, With their rippling, liquid song ? Thine are not deep, nighty waters, Which through wide-spread region roam; But the flowers, thy tons and daughters, Gladdening hi thy meadow home. 80 within some happy duelling, Love encircling sweetly flows; Gladdening, soothing, cheering, fuelling, Doubting joys and treating woes ; Oil is smites of fondness beaming) Sympathetic heart and eyei Pure and sanctified, and streaming From the Fount of Love on high. MUSIC. Give me manic ! but not the lays That loudly Ml of a warrior's praise ) . Give me music ! but nut the song 1 That whispers joy to a soulless throng : But give me the note That seems to fioat Where memory's waters lightly play Oh, give me the strain That sinks again Into that tearful tide away. Give me the music that seems to meet Kindred melody, sad yet sweet. Deep where the heart's best feelings flow, Half tinged with r...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 December 1849

1 ' DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rVlLIIHIS ITItT K0ITD1T MOBKIltD RT PICKETS &KOB15SO jr. - A. . WirS. V. F. R0BIIT8OS. r Term of the Banner. Single copy, per annum, in advance, $1 50 If nut paid within three months, - 2 00 If not oaid within the year, - - 2 50 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid lor up to me ume oi aiscoiiunuaiivc. Rales or Advert in! nr. 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. POETRY. From the National Era. . THE SPIRIT OF TPOESY. "Come to the wood, in whose mossy dell A light a!l made for the poet dwells." Where d welleth tne spirit of Toesy ? Where T Oh, where can its home be found ? And where is the harp it has tiilled so ft Whence ooineto that low, sweet sound ? You may find its home where the ivy creeps Alone o'er yon mined wall, And the gathering moss of an hundred years Is green i...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 December 1849

Jl JSCS v 3t 9 . DEMOCRATIC BANNER. A. J, fcrCKENS & CO., EDIfORS. LOUISIANA MISSOURI. Monday, December 10,1 s 49. goutnern Wilis defining (Ueir Positions. .Wonder, what put Whig friends of the press in this State, think of .the late letter of the Hon Thos L. Cliuguan, of North Corolina, one of the canders or their party, in the Hbtrte of Rep resentatives, upon the Slavery question ? How do they relish those of the Horn Willie P. Man gum, whig Senator from the same State? We "have pattently awaited hn espfe'ssion of senti 'xnent upon fbe vieivs of those Hon. gentlemen irom their political friends in this State, hut so 'far the letter of enquiry addressed ly Mr. Foote and the reply of Mr. Clingman, have been pub- Sailed .without one word of comment. Our whig friends have at times, during the last summer, taken occasion to oeneunse the resolutions of our last Legislature, as disorganksing and treasona ble in their tendency. They have opened their ears to flattery and been tickled ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 December 1849

MONDAY MORNING; DECEMBER 01. CONGRESS. -' - -' On Mwid ay, December 3d, the Senate met, or eanised and adjourned. In the House they were not quite so successful. Up to the latest accounts from Washington, which are dated at that city at 7 o'clock, p i of the 7th instant, no organization of the Hoose-of Representatives had taken place So closely are the parties divided, that no man as yet has been able to obtain a majority of all the votes, from the best classification that can be made, the democrats have two or three votes more than the whigs, but a third party, consisting of! about a dozen members, drawn partlytfrom both pa'rties, commonly called "freesoilers," "gang their aingait." giving aid and comfort to whom they please, and control the "balance of power." Mr Cobb, of Alabama was nominated by a democratic caucas. and ir RC Winthrop. of Massachusctt,i(red persons we're awaitine passage for tbe former .Speaker, by a whig caucus. On the first, second and third days Mr Cobb was we...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 December 1849

. ' : i . i i .. POETRY. WHEN FORTUNE BEAMS. When Fortune beams around you When hearts with pleasure leap, And hopes and joys surround you . Forget not those who weep! 'When friendship's smiles invite you To bless and to be blest; When every charm delights you Oh, think of the distrest! When golden gales betide you, As if by Heaven decreed, And Plenty ftands besides you Forget not those who need ! ,.Whcn Pleasure's cup seems endless, Oh I prove it without end, By being to the friendless. In every hour a friend ! CONSTANCY. A PI4L0GCE BT 88011 Jim. Julia, need I say I love thee ? I4avA Invtfuf lhp Inner, and Inv ir11 ? - o - - . If so, I swear by all above me, I love thee more than words can tell 1 Julia.- And wilt thou never, neve turn. And leave me, dear to mourn and weep? Will thy affections ever burn, And never for a moment sleep ? Jim. Believe me dearest. I'll be true, Through all the scenes oflife's short race, If friends be many, or be few, If fortune smile or hide her face. J...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 December 1849

u A -" e- r D E M 0 C B'i f I C BIN E. ' v a" 1 1 1 h tv ' t t ar w' o ri iaV it I a i it o PICKETS & KOBISSOA. , ,. ., - f 'jxrArmittf the Banner. -."' Sinalecopv, per annum, in advance,'. $1 SO If nut paid within three months, t , , 2 00 1 not paid within the year, ' . . -t 2 50 ' No paper will be discontinued unless, the same b't jpaid for .lip to the lime of discontinuance. ( t- - . " " rcr ja ' Bares oaatxTtfslBir.' r-'"-Tlm lines fir toil -first inSertitor,- - . 75 . . . 00 (ill aiUitintrsI ftuiMinni i 4 :ii . L,1?$avly ana (Quarterly ad ren Umuea(aalc ca- ijJOP WORK of all kinds, done with neatnes a&ddef patch, cheap lorcash. MISCELLANEOUS. , ' !"v Written for the New York Son. iH.l -THfi tWYEft w? THE FOOL.; . .baacon ti&U a' wealthy', drover rid ing In Iv., one of the most .be'autjfu-and flWish&townsin the Granite. Stesree tekjog a large oumbe.of ee.tpc.teil leaves to eaof 'tbe stock belonging to Christopher Grant, aif extensive Taraier residing in an adjoin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 December 1849

0 DEEIO CRITIC B1SNEH A . PICKENS ft. CO., EDITORS. a,OTJI8UNJU MISSOUBI. n BJ D A 1 t C E M B E B ft, 1 8 4 . 23" S. F. MniUT) Esq-, U our authorized agent it Bowling Green. Any business left with - bim ror m, win be promptly forwarded. -Affairs aU vTashlngton. At the latest dates from Washington, which extend up to the 8th inst, the House of Repre sentatives had not succeeded in electing a Speak or. We copy the telegrapliie report) from which it wtl be seen thai Onbu, the democratic candid vie, has been dropped by his Friends, whilst Win throf retains about the same vote with which he commenced. The probability is that neither Cobb nor Winthrop can be elected. The few freesoilers hold the balance of power in the House, and unless thiy unite upon the candid- fcteef one or the other of the parties, they may oeceed in delaying an election for some length of time. The democratic vote seems to be divi dad among various gentlemen, any one of whom would no doubt make a good Speaker. .The...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 December 1849

cress. This awful Thunderer who hurled his anathemas at James K.Polk and his ad ministration, who boldly denounced the last war and- plead the rights of Mexico, who turned a fold shoulder upon the gallant Cass, and gave his GREAT. name to the support of that arch traitor, Martin Van Burea, has a peculiar right to advise and counsel the democratic party of Pike. Hear him, oh ye Benton men of Pike ! and rail? to the blast of his bugle. Its clarion notes are heard through the whig press calling the Benton men to arms. He has proclaimed a war of the clans, a war of ex terminatien. With the motto, "Delcnda est Carthago" n faction must be destroyed he calls you to fraternal war. Then ral ly, Bentonians, sally all, for the destiuction of that faction, who in days gone by, have fought side by side with you, in many a well contested field, against those who are now the counsellois and advisers of your chiet- tian. You may then enjoy the heart-felt satisfaction of knowing, that you have con t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 December 1849

r ' . - OF riCt MANUFACTORV DR. S. P. TOWNSEHD'S wrOUSfD BIT I ACT O S A R SAPARILLA. X Wwidcr iumI Bleating C Mm Ar. 7t imI txtrrrdi-mry Medici in Ikt 1'wld ! m ThM Rxtreet U pnt np in Quart SiAUm ; it it iii liwcs cheaper, piMrtntr, and ramiUwt auparior to ny tmld. It enr) iliseua wiUoat miitg. purging, wckaaing, or dsbillutiitg Ui Patient Tba great beauty awl rnpariortty of this ftanaianHa over nil that Madacinaa i. while it eradicate! disease, it in igorate the bad. ltwMorUatTarjbaat , SrKlNG AND 8UPlKR MKniWNKS Tr known : tt not only parifiea the whole ytetn and ctrengthem the paiwoo, nut H creataa. new, para and rirb blond ; a power iMwaaaaad b? no other Medicine. And its this lie- the mud oecrel of tta wondetfoi anceeai. H baa ptf-rrfieil within tfae int two .1 l. i i iu i r ..... - .( I dieeesa, at least, 0,000 were enmhlcraa' iiK-ureUe it ha. saved tlw lives of asore then le.noo children toe Ur past irHimi 100,000 Macs ef General UeMtltw ami waul of Nerrona Knery. Da. 8. 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. — 24 December 1849

Tf5 ".rv i. j.Wg&bxs.. :Vtr - Ci - P.aoiwtoir a .ii.iTenhaof thBanner.i- -" Sfcagle SPPyi P6 annum in advance, - . $1 SO IfiHrtM -ffltofr 4tee months, . - s-2.00 If Bot.iaid within. the ear,l . l r , : 2,50 jjjb piper wiftbdjscpniMuedjiuilejs the same wfytpT Sijjtj to the tifoej'of', dieeanturoa&ce.j Tsrel ve lines oY lei's, firlhlseTtioni '',J " - 75 E0 iid5tionaUnsfertiorK iit:.'iJ i$J -' 38 uYearty and quarterly dTeTtiiemeBWt :ra SOsU&tejlMSS.'.'i "iiij'. ; - u.i ; "I " 1.IQS WWRK ll kinds, done with neatness 4 the, Misouri Whig" of the 29lh- ultimo, aVmcleppears !aVer the signature; of James FT Mahan,' kJq'.' fteeister of unit for the Uni ted Stafts'Gsiiinent" af this place, purporting tSbeyqerenc or that gentleman against certain dirges f official misdemeanor preferred through die'pMie1l6urWl' by'-some' oT his feilow-oili- zaf RI enecrfuBy;conoede to Mf. Mahan the right tsrficfand hia acts and his character k both as a4it&Qnnd a public officer; bat the propriety...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 December 1849

A -v- f t..." , J- V . IV. DCnOCRiflC BiNNGlU A. J. PICKENS & CO., EDITORS. .f: LOUISIANA. 11 MISSOURI.. n O W D A C M B E B 4, 1 4 t. CONGRESS. ,"- We expected to be able to have laid the 'J' President' teenage before oar readers this weefc, bstitwill be seea that the House lias Mot yet become organized. The Free Soil era ttill hold out against both parties, atid with their tea or fifteen votes are powerful eabeghto prevent all action. The two ge eat parties are so equally divided, that but little strength gives the Free. Soilers the - balance of power. Upon Wilinot and his law followers rests the responsibility of thus clogging business by their tenacious ad lie race- to one idea, to the exclusion of im porta measures. . : Aoonimittee from the Senate, on the 15th mat waited on the Executive and inform ca attain a i u was ready to receive any eomntaaicatioa from him. He informed them that he would send in bis message on Monday, the 17th. Consequently, we shall toea receive ft a...

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