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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 March 1850

to the disaffected sneer at the "candidates unworthy of toe party: and then when the party is about to succeed without them, sneak to the polls and vote for the ticket. It can not ke denied, Messers. Editors, that ruck men ire some times found in our par tral well as all other parties. -' Men who hare the ability to write, but 'who 'cannot condescend to write for the neighborhood paper. Who can talk, but are unwilling to do so, unless the party will put itself to much trouble, to give them an opportunity to display themslves. Such men do not exactl suit ray taste. I prefer the honest hearted man who from principle desires the success of his party, and gives evidence of his desire by his works. - But, Messrs:" Editors, there is another dm that I think must try your patience sorely. . I know they would try mine were Ijn jour-place. I mean those follows - who aspire to public office, and have not "public spirit" enough to take their county paper. I really think gtfntlemen thSt it is a ...

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 March 1850

Z au -ar a. 1 r).4n T .4 4Va n-m ' '': ' . SPRING OF 1850. JOHN T. MARTIN & BRO'S. " ' WH01XSALX AJU BET Alt ' MAMMOTH CLOTHING. EMPORIUM, Bo 118 Main Street, , - ST. LOUIS, MO. For the aDoroacbinK spring we are manufao- turiog the largest and matt complete assortment ofCtotblngeTerofTe-redinthisor any otber city, -wbien we reel confident is cat ana rosae u su perior style to any otber ttoch ever offered in tbe West. From the long experience that we have had, and tbe many advantages that we possess in purchasing, manufactarin, etc, we feel perfectly . assured in pledging ourselves To sell lower than any otber bouse. Merchant!, bv look in through our stock, will find that they can purchase as low as can be bonght in an tasters house. We will pledee ourselves to dnnlieate anv bill. From the Ions experience (sixteen years) in tbe wholesale and retail trade of i st Louis we ere certain toai our nnoas are muen better adapted to tbe wants of the western popu lation than an stock mannf...

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 March 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER; rvmiKD irttr mom day xoiiivo pickets BOBixioir. A. . FtCKESS. . ...- v. r. soaiHf oh Terms or the Banner. ingle eopy, per aonunt,ia advance, - $1 60 If net paid wHhia three months, . . - - 200 lrMUllliliitli ... A mn a. ww ., j . mf p - Si Ovu Ne paic will be discontinued unless the same be paid ier up o (be lime or discontinuance. Rale of Adveitltinr. Twelve :nes or less, first Insertion, - - - 75 Eaeb additional insertion, - . . . . . 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. - JOB raiJfTiare orall kinds, done with wea m aespcucn, cneap for caan. . ' AfeaU for the Banner. . . S, F. Murray, Bow ling Green. " John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. Jobs C. Welborn. Frankfort. pr. Nathan Van nor, Vannoy's MilL ",. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. ,U, Minor, Prairieville. . , A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. . B. P. Clifford and ) . . Jas. H. Britton, Troy. ' Tally R. Comic rad ) r ' John W. McKee, CP--Gray, Dr. Wm. A. Nicklin ) and Ira T. Nelson, j New HoPe Dr. M. McF...

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 March 1850

I! -WlBBsBiBBBiaSJfiS? ) DEMOCRATIC BANNER. "'A'. 3. PICKENS fc CO.', EDITORS. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1S50. .DEMOCRATIC TOWJiSlUr MEETINGS. . In aeoerdauce wittmhe usages of the parly, the J freinoctats of the county meet in the several TownsM' SATURDAY the 23d of March, for the purpose of appointing delegate fiom each Township to meet in County Convention at Bow ling Green on the 27th of April, for the nomination . of suitable persons to be run a. candidate for the I different office at the August election. Let every Democrat be present at the Township meetings. The 23d 'of March was recommended m the wort suitable time, to prevent any interference with business at a later period of the Spring. The com ing election is an important one to tbe Democratic party, and in order to ensure rucee. nothing it re mitred but zeal'and determination. One and all 1 , , -. ahooHtuWoutT"'"- ' We call the attention of out readers to the advertisement inanother column of Messr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 March 1850

Union, and the Jaw of Congress passed " (el carry it into effect, nay oolong be set at defiance,' and the rights, 'jof . 'Our Spathern brethren trampled underfoot j 9, JSesofvea -That the same political-ne-cesslty which required the foundation4 of the Ueion, notwithstanding the existence of SUB irsuwiuuii ui slavery . Bl uie lime in nearly every Statet still demands the con tinuance of the Union, notwithstanding the existence of .slavery in only one-half of the States now composing it. ; :;' . 10. Resolved, That the sole hop of the negro race in the southern States, in 'ra sped (ijhtir eventual emancipation from slavery, Tests opon a faithful observance of the condltlonv and compromises of the con- stitutiomtheUnion, and. that the reckless schemes ud measures of the abolition and:thns formed 30 feet around the entire cir freesoil carties f fast uniting 1 are directlv tVcutate perpetuate slavery on iis. continent, in its harshest form. ' ' 7 1 41. Bcfohed. Tint, in an exigency like 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. — 18 March 1850

f - f - x I i i :r lygFPING OF 185Q JOHN T. MARTIN & BRO'S. . . WEOLKUU AVD BCTAIX. MAMMOTH CLOTHING. EMPORIUM, fl . - V IIS Jf al treet, ! - ----- st. Louis, mo. Pop the anDroaching soring we an manufae. taring tbe largest anil most complete assortment of CmUiing ever offered in this or any other city, whtak ve-faal confident it cut and made in a su mrrinr atvla taanv other toc b ever offered in the WHt. From the long experience that we have had, aad the many advantage that we possess in purchasing, manalacturin, ere, we leei penecuy . , : . assured in pledging ouraelvee Te'iell lwerlban ai:ytliei h'Oie. Merchants, bv looking through our stock, will find that they can purchase as low as can be bonght ia any eastern house. We will pledge onrselves to dftDiieate inv bill. From the Ions; experience (sixteen years) in the wholesale and retail trade of St Louis we are certain wet our goooa are eanen better adapted to the wants of the western popu lation than any stock manniaehired K...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 March 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANtf KB. VSSLIStttfc ITIIt HOJtBAY 010 Terseus tha IftttaUttr, EiazW ooey, ft aanam, ia iItuc, (100 If oMpaM withu three months, ,. . 200 tfaist paid WitomtJto year, -v ... 860 -::- to paper will be discontinued Unlets the same be, featf: fetnt tbe UfM nf li.lnntinii. tifc. Twelve lines ot less, first insertion. . - 5 I"ich additional InMrtoa, : - . '. i - - Yearly- ud quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. .- . - job rttEYTiRO rail kinds, dee with cawse suta wqiuck! cheap for cam. Agoatts far t Bawtaer. - ; J. Murray, Bowling Green. . John L. Triable, Spencerburg. N. Dr. John C. vYeiborn, Frankfort. ; '- Dr. Nathan Vunort Vunoy's Mill. ' R. H. Johnson, Ashley. " G. Minor, Prairieviile. ' A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. f Cot Jae. H. Britton, Troy. ' Tolly R. Cornick and . r , JohnW.McKee, jCapu-Gray. Dr. vYm. A. Nieklin ) . HnM and Ira T. Nelson, ew Uo' Dr.M.BfeFarland, Louisville. Robert J. Huston, Warrenton. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. CoL William Priest, New London...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 March 1850

u -.' i i , ,i j' . -, a;j J 1 510 1 El T I C' Bl N Pi BR. Ai. PICKERS & CO.'EDITPRS. MtJXMf iMOHNING. MAUCH injuv u ' J , ' : ; MturawHr thanks 4o the. Hon. D. R Atchison, and the Hon. W7 V.;!N.vBaVr for 't'Js THE DISTRICTCONVENTION. v The Counties' of Manon.' RiJli. Warren iikl ftte'bave held meeting iod selected delegates taattenoVUie ccngrewional Convention - in this -district. " - ' ;; "' "-'i ' 3fo other counties as far a heard from, have yet Wed in'thie matter: We presume, though they are making seae efforts, towards ,or "'iWiijrfnjf fljr the coming canvass.'; It is highly nnjrtanji that a candidate be chosen who will be eyy to meet the mol formidable opponent, and Uaio the trepgthof the. democtatio i party. Pile and JlalU have made expressions in favor C.J3VeIb6rn of this county. -i w --- IsMarioiawi-Warrtti exprnino preference dttherf meetings'.' "'Ppl. Richmond and Col..ta are spoken of by their . respective friends and Mf. "Bay the present incumbent will ' course have...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 March 1850

l - ' ' - - - " ' m "1'r " i 1 4 3 , .uiguu.B fMo.W, JJUpspUTION Or reniedyfrexisling ?-??WttWH?irw-WI!'A. COLU.NS.4li a ste tsmm butWBtn I ne,-iSOfltlr Bju lhaNmitii I Oaten1 an r.iJ.i-- &.CrBVthevma V llartethat bVwI.d cmtfblA-'bt-MMMh ' . a" spirit o harmony byfcuHiBtiner a triotismlP!?6"' v;rvciorcMrnscaua mutual concesstoof 'loose - differences Way oe" adjusted orfV Basis alike f J aatMfaotory'to all. But as theife ,'fioMe , ' if high tIaeeS'Ij io; inavalaip thai if no otli er remedy for existing evila can be devised -. nay. will, seek rt, remady lit the swverance of the Union operiljr a vofhg in thef H alls 4 of Congress;' that duunwjo ti ,' inveliable, . unless the grievances complained fare inv neiiately redressed and belieVnip.' -ai do, that those positions are whdllv tinteh'a. bffl ling firmly convinced. thst whatever AJ-i .1 T . I - . I ' .. 1 - T kmcvbouci uiexorijtor uie soutu nae jui- ered, they are wit of a charcter-to justify ' s o muidda! a .certify- M, . . 'The...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 March 1850

CTXY ORDINANCE No. 45. eoiKKMistf crnr boktus onocnn. BE erilaJaed by tbe Cy Council ef the city ef LocisSsnc, as follow ' . Me. 1. Tb raid ground shall U nereaf. ter known by tbe nemo sod style, of tbe Lceklus CBtenr " 8ee. 2. The City Engineer, or some com- petcnt person noting ia tm piece, sosu pro ch u moo s the ground a JuficienUy cleared of tho timber, to Jit out tbe fine ta tbe following order, to wit : , Oh main isle IS feet wide through the cntM ftf the around lengthwise, end eo Ui mnmnA the entire rround fix feet mlAm.MBd lav out a circle at the nmth end foefading tbe main and outer isle 100 feet is diameter, end set epart witbia tbe circle the foraied 30 feet around tbe entire cir cle for carriage way. And SI cross isles erocsiqg the main isle and intersecting tbe ovUide idee at right angles, the cross ialea to be skfeet wide and tbe blocks thus form ed SO feet ia the clear, commencing at tbe south end. Likewise isles on each side parallel with tbe main one 4 feet wide, a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 April 1850

'"TT"" DEMOCRATIC BANNER. II1LIIHXD trilY M OH DAT MOSK 1 SI G . PICKERS A. ROBIXSO. A. J.FICKKM. . ' T. F. 0IKOH Terms of the Banner. , Single copy, per tn&ttm, in advance. - - $1 60 If. net paid withia three months, - - - - 2 00 If not paid within the year, " - - - - 2r No papd will be discontinued unless tbe game jt paid for up to tbe time of discontinuance. ' J Ra(i of Advertising . Twe;lTi lines or less, first insertion," ... 75 Each additional teeeitibs, ,.--.- 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rate. JOB PBITTOVG of all kinds, done with aVeatess and despatch, cheap for cash. U ' : ' '-. ' agents for Ihe Banner.' : - "8. F. Murray, Bowling Green, "i John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy' Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairieville. . . A." M. Thomas, Paynesville. B. P. Clifford and ) . bit fioL Ja. H. Britton, Troy. JohnW. McKee, Dr. Wm. A. Nicllin . r . .. 1 r v: . Dr. M. McFarland, Louis-ilIe. -...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 April 1850

DEMOCRATIC DINNER. A. J. PICKENS & CO., EDITORS. LOUISIANA. MISSOUBI. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 1 , 1850. 33" In consequence of the continue J ill rOeof Mr. Pickens, the Publisher of this piper, and the difficulty of employing ubstitute, the appearance of the present number has been necessarily delayed till to Jay as this delay has been occasioned by circumstances beyond our controll, we trust our readers will overlook. MEETIXGIX CX1TRE TOWKSHIP Ve under :and that this meeting took no action, on the 23rd. but adjourned to meet gain on monday the 1st day of April. Dimocrtic Mketikc iii Calumet The democrats of Calumet met on Saturday the 3d. ult. and organized by calling Capt.M . Givens, to the chair and appointing J mes Wilson Secretary. The following gentle men were selected as delegates to the coun ty convention to assemble on the 27 ih inst Thomas R. Vaughan, Thomas Berkley, T. J. C. Fagg, P. Carr, B. P. Clifford, G. Mi nor, Joseph Meloan, Wm. Richardson James A. Mackey and Josep...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 April 1850

II J. I Motilities 6 mine of wealth. irw ' . w Jt' .... i.n. arnt voureal Ives whh Hi knowl- 6 pg,, wjtb confidence recommend our jL.. iosses themselves ol it nutibers as Sli&tA-Mr. (N. Y.) Artisan. V. nabe.iV.ngy commend the irorlc a. minentlT ion i tudy.- rT,N. X.i uu6 ... Jtk truly a great work and the publishers .Jknthtthsiiks of inventors, machinists, and ofcturer, and inded of the public gener- Zi!Tl?5iI!narv will be highly useful to prac tical meebanies, and aloable to all who wish iTtlflaaiDt themselves with the prcgress of in- vrtlioo in the mecbanie arts. Daily (Mass.) af.rcnrv. Yonng meclianica ought to keep posted up i- theoretical aa well aa practical knowledge. and this work will show them just how atandfRoxbury (Msss) Advertiser. We take it to bejuat the work that scores add hundreds of our intelligent mechanic, have To our 0un.ero.i.Mnofacturs. c 1" ...it. derioti..ns:"' "r " I"""" ser i.iuo.ie Uj in T UMy desiredto posses. o aod ao full and mmut s,m.r ----- . Ut...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 April 1850

.1 (J tfSfef WIS iLST'ilnG. gHa..-alcf Jr ! iron "'V',' . . ' , t .i i'Hra large & well selected t toi-t: of vuv .jAm Ita int rtlurneii Ircm Ft REAUY-MADE CLOTHING, comprising all. ed on TJiuMday, the'20ihday of June. 1860. viz: ' article of gen4enen, wrc calculated to suit! $50 f-r the first premium, hogshead Manufaclur .t. .r,merkndirnYet TOUlh. He deem line Tobacco. . :.Cl?r f -numerate the article. Call! v. ai want, and hewill bo sure to have ic He" h R0 s "0 upp'y f "ZJy1 Goofo- Groceries, Quecnsware, ' ." Hardware, Src, ' - & vrhich. M solicits" the custom of his friend and dealer generally. T.-- --JOS. RICHARDSON. Loiin Sept. 4th, 1849. ' ,sj- .- : '; TOB SALC T I. N. BRYSON & CO.. Louisiana, Dec! 10th, UJ). , nS4 .. Final Settlement. JOT1CE if hereby given to all peronsioterested, Ibat at-tbe neat Jone term of the county ' urt of Pike opuuty, Mo., we will apply for a final ttlementof the estate of William Sbaw, de based. JOHN B. STRANGE, Exrt. ;) Marn 4th, 1850. ...

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 May 1850

-EMOCBATIC BANNER,1 sitisk V MONDAY MOIIIIO . t,:BT,jV J P 1 CK E If g . " -' ' ' nm'mi m Water street, id Draper's' I&w-i-immer nntu of, tbe Banaer alula aorfr per annum, w advance,- - - . $1 60 K notsaU within three months, - 2 00 Hftftii frithia the year, - 25(1 fjlis paper srul be discontinued uolesstbe same be aaul i or eg iu v uiuuuuuugi o.!t -iUtes of Advertising. jSraff tinea or lei, first insertion, ; - 75 EiiWfitforiH insertion, . f. - . C ' - 38 XtUij and quarterly advertisements at reason' atyrates. '.- ' Agents for tbe Banner. . S. F. Murray. Bowling Green. ...John L..Tribble, Spenoerburg. "'Dr.'. John a Welborn. Frankfort. Mill. ',' : R'IT. Johnson," Ashley ':4'1 Af;'M: Thb'mas, Paynesville.- 1 5RSaj'' - .7 CoL Jas.H. Britton, Troy. Dr. .W". & Adams, DaHvflle. , '' ! Col. William Priest, New London. ".'A, "W. Lamb, Hannibal. ' ' Col. Benjamin Davie's, Palmyra. POETRY: ; i , gWEET VISITERS. v (;; - M 7. : lY N.r. WILLIS. . My toother's voice ho often creeps Its ...

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 May 1850

DEMOCRATIC DINNER. A. J.PICKENS'k CREDITORS. .ir.-,l.-:-rJ!r. -v.- i:i; . ' : - 'LDtrisrANA. iHissoiTEi.v :' MdNBAlTj 'MORNIJIG; ' MAY 6th. lSO: ilMuTtttotOCnATfiC TICKET.' ,2 'Viri i . ''F&r-Representees,- iXB. Henderson, ,$r .. AND" ; ; llthonias! -iR.,Vaughan. - . I ' ' ' ' r-z ,iJ5Bight cheerfully do we hoist our banner, inscribed wit thV name of HENDERSON and VAUGHAN; the nominee of the County ConVerkioni They are both men of clear headsj souna iieans. ana correct murm iuu vimiuwi .'siT-i:., r.:i-; - ( ptfi Benders on is well known to. the people of. th$ county Our late worthy and talented rejsreetkiUijve.'--he need no introduction to the people of airy part of the county.' 1C0L Vkghan detervedly ranks high wherev er he is known for quick perception, deep judg ment, found' Democracy, and sterling morality. As' a man he stands above reproach the breath of suspicion has. never dared to whisper aught ayainit tim, j With a hard hand, a frank face, a clear., head, and sound hear...

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 May 1850

" CONGRESSIONAL Washington, April 22. SisATE. After the 'presentation of peti tion and the transactiori of the usual mor aine business, Mr.1 Benton moved to take thi bis motion tb Instruct the select commit- of thirteen on Mr.'.CWs ami Mr. Bell's regQlHtiop to report separately on each aubjeqt inyoiveci, ,ana not lo.nnite in one hilL (Wo or more incongruous subjects. i, Mr. CUj objected' to the consideration air the atoUdn in the abscense of -the com mittee ofaix, who left the city this mern- inrf with tHeremami of Mr. Calhoun, and who'weUt away under the impression that the i senate '. "wonld ett bpoh no important basroess dahng their 'absence npon a duty imposed On them by the Senate. The ma iorifvl laid Mr, C. had already . determined by a , decisive vote todHo give the commit tee any instructions general or special. Bat, in the abscence of so many Senators, whose BleCes were vacant this morning, ne coald not say that the actual majority of the body was now represented. Mt. Bento...

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 May 1850

, . OREGON WHEAT. Wi hid tat pleasure of examining, at the Ifst meeting of the St. Louis Horticultural Society,, some iimples of wheat" raised in Oregon, and. ransm,itted to the Society through the kindness of ' Major Lee. Of these lamplesV we noticed particularly a white kind which certainly surpassed any grain .we -have ever seen. Each kernel . was remarkably large and plump, and tli brdn very thin indeed. There were also two jcinds of Red wheat from the neighbor hood ef the Oregon City Mills, and also the Mediterranean and Club Foot varieties', from thettviotaity of Puget's- Sound. All of these wet e superior qualities, hut whether they 1 are of a different variety from those 'grown among us, or whether ineir excellence was caused by the superi ority of the' climate or soil ' of Oregon, we cinwQVteli. t Mr. 'Thurston, delegate to Congress from that Teiritory. states that the wheat crop there is not affected by rust or. Wight, and that it rarely winter kills. Other writers from Or...

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 May 1850

t. w h m i f I C BANNER? r . ,,i.iskxb avxax ; oa mo -u ,:i BriAricKEiJ.' i, ''J Wciar street, in Draper's Row imme- I.vvi'-' TERMS: r. - : : ' if Wnaid wMna; tbre months, - ' " i- . 3 00 if aet Dtid withla the iyeak - - S60 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be pud lovap te toe umeoi aiictjauuuaoce.. . .- ?'''-'a&tesof Advertising. ;; Twelve Knee or lew, first insertion, -. r - 75 r.rh additional insertion. J- '-' - - - - 88 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. ' '...', ; ' ,. ( , .'.'. ' , -la.l ? xgeatitojtiieBaBBeT. " "'' ' S. Y. Murray, Bowling Green. ' 1 John L; Tribble, Spencerburg. ' " , nr Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. :u Dr.; Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's MilL , i -' "..'H. Johnson, Ashley. ... i lis'O. Minor, Prairieville. -: , . r - s ,A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. ,jj Col. Wm. Natley, , -., , .... , , Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. " 1 DriW. B. Adams, Danville: Col.William Priest, New-London. . A. W. Lamb, Hannibal. CoL Benjamin Davies; Palmyra...

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 May 1850

DEI.10 CLITIC B1NNBR. , 4 J. PICKENS & CO., EDITORS. i,,,tiXQU18IANA. MISSOURI. 'MONDAY 'MORNING, MAY 13th, 1850. -"-; ! EX OCBATlC TICKET. ::-j.:r.i-. For Representors, :. 7 'JJ.;B. Henderson, . ;:... : AND .'i . Thomas R. Vanghan. Temperance Celebration. ' V are requested t remind onr readers that the members of the two Divisions of the Sons of Tenv per nee of thi city, ill celebrate the anniversa ry of the eabnshment of Louisiana Division, No. 8, on to-morrow, Tuesday, the 14ih Inst, by procession and oration. It is nude rsiood that oth er Divisions in the eouety win be present on the oosssioniand she eitixens generally are invited to esaaeoataod bear the address of Mr. Unas, who baa consented to deliver the oration, which will be at the Methodist Chore, at 10 1-3 o'clock, a. m . '''' 1 -siy rcanest of Committee of Arrangmfs. Thb Comje'oiiisx Co mum. This Com mi dee of Thirteen, to whom were referred the resolutions of Mr. Clay and Mr. Bell, it seem hate agreed upon their rep...

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