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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 May 1850

" TEfJEOBATHIC DESPATCHES. ' New York. May 6. The Empire City bringi news from San Francisco to lit April, inelnaive, being one month later. ' The steamer California left 9at frtncifOfton the afternoon fit lit Aprl, with reenter "sails and 420 passengers for Panama, woicn poii ne reacaea on we xoa AnriL.and her passengers set off tmmedi- atetr fpir Cnagres. .She brought $1,700,000 afl fa goid, on freight. The' miners are commencing their lammer operations : if is estimated that .orer. 100,000 are at or on the way to the' mines. . Money continues eareer the scarcest of any article the ' exorbitant rate of 10 per cent, per month beta still the current rate of interest Lmnoer Is still depressed and great quao fins ire' 'arriving..'. The enmnt price it 480 to f 100 per M. for 'American.' rural tare of all kiuds very high. The price of. passage , per steamer,,irom aan x rancisco to .Sacramento City is still high, $20. , Thjr have been number of failure! a mong the merchants, among which ...

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 May 1850

BOOKSTORE! . t ( ( i v i . 1 1 1 '. ." .yt , . ' AHOS R; 6BULTZ. WHOLESALE-BOOKSELLER. STATIONERY PAPER DEALER, No. 136 JVVf Main Sired, St. Louis, opposite tf-J ij i im Bank of Mitiovn, WILL H order at wholesale, M low an any , . Other boase.ia the western country. My purchases east being pearly all for eaib, I feel cer tain in at i can oner great lnouceuicuia iu lomen at any other house est. -J2 i,! ' j Geographies. ' 8000 hltchell, CMney and Smilh, 2500 Mitchell and SmUh'a Primary, . , 8W0 Parley Geography. ; ? v ti a Spellers. 15000 Elementary and Eclectic, 2000 Comley, Fowle and Town. t Artthmetks 3500 Smith, Pike and Colburn, , 3000 Davie, Smiley and Adam, 4000 Ray and Emerson, part 1, 2, 3. Grammar. 6000 Smith, Kirkham and Chandler, BOOOCmnVr. Mttrrav and Brown la addition to these, I have a full supplyof rrimmera, Reader, Historic, Dictionaries, Phi-i Riotorieav tc: , Al., Uw, Mdkal. and Cla.. rn l-lw.n.-.-i'-, .- Paper. .; ...: lOOOreaina.Cap, from $1 50 to $6. , 1000 reams...

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 May 1850

mmm DEMOCRATIC BANNER, ffJlIflKB ITUT HOBDAY MOBVIVO BTAiX PICKEHi. Offlce,eo WsJsr street, io Draper! Row iuxne- diately above the Store of Lewis Robertson. . TERM Bt SiagWeopy, per annum, in advance; r $160 If mat paid withia three months, - - - 2 00 If notpaWwitnll,tly' - 8 60 No tP" H1 De discontinued unlesstbe same be lid tor op to the time of discontinuance. ... ,.. Bates of Advertising. Twelve Uoea or less, first tosertion, . ,- 75 Each additional insertion, . . - 38 Aarly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. . Ag enti for the Banner. " S.' F.-Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Triable, Spencerburg. Df, John C, Welborn, Frankfort. Drt Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. 1L H. Johnson, Ashley. K Miaor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. B. P. Clifford and n.rirMU Col. Win, Nalley, C1"""""6- , Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. . ... Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. CoL William Priest, New London. A. W. Lamb, Hannibal. Col. Benjamin Davles, Palmyra. BOOK STORE! jlmos hTshultz. WHO...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 May 1850

-DEMOCBiTIC BANNER. A. J. PICKENS tt CO., EDITORS. LOUISIANA, MISSOURI . MONDAY MORNING, MAY 13th, 1850. OEHOCBATIC TICKET. For Representees, J. B. Henderson, AND Thomas R. Vaughan. TTIS? DEMOCRATIC MEETING. . XA meeting of the Democrats of RALLS COUNTY will be held at New London on the! firtt Monday in June, (the 3d,) for the purpose of nominating candidates to represent the coun tv in the' Senate and Lower House of the , - I eral Assembly. A unanimous attendance of the. Democracy of the county is requested. May 20, 1850. t "DISUNION.' "NULLIFICATION. The above words hare of late become the ster- . . 1 - m . .. I , uriug ,m,- Q..repui ina umraa.fiy iu crush the opponents of their own peculiar ten- eta. It is well known by all, that an ardent at tachment to the institutions of our country ex ists in the hearts and feelings of the people. We all reverence the work of our forefathers, and love the Union for its benefits and its bless ings. It has become consecrated by years of peace a...

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 May 1850

' JJ-An exchange tell a itoryof a raw "seven-footer" recruit, who was put on Brill by a little cock-sparrow sergeant, and told to "hold up hit head and Jeep it there!"; "What, always?" asked the recruit. "Yes, air!" replied the offi cer. "Well, good bye then," said the recruit, for I thill never see you again to all eternity." i. U "Children and fools," says the old adage, always tell the truth." "Mother tent ft?," aid a little girl to a neighbor, "to ask you to come and take tea with her this evening." "Did the say at what time my dear?" "No, ma'am; he only said she Would ask you and then the thin would be off her mind; that was all she Mid!" Mrs. Partington propounds some very im portant questions. Her last inquiry is, "If the bills before Congress are not counter feit, why should there be so much difficulty 10 passing them?" Mrs. P. is at present pausing for a reply. f;,fryistbe Polka like bitter beer? cause there are so many hops in it. Be- x Antidote for tht Gout -Matrimony and...

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 May 1850

luce & Murray's NEW STORE, la the. Brick Store Houie formerly occu pied bj Joseph Richardson, .Main Street, Louisiana, Missouri. TV"E the subscriber, desire to say to our friend V and the public, (bat we have just received a, Large and well selected stock of New and Fash ionable merchandise, suited to this market. Our took embraces nearly every variety of T APLE V FAXCY DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens t-are,Gl8s AGlass ware, Boot 6t Shoes, Hats & Caps of every variety; BonneMs, plain and fancy Straw; Silk, a beantiful article; Paints, Oils, Dvestiiffs, &c., fee. yg We would particularly call the attention of dealers to a large ana tasnionnoie assortment 01 REM HIDE ( LOT HIM;. Comprising every article necessary to a full dress suit, which we will sell very low. fOur cloth Ing is ia the second story. - - TO THE LADIES we would say, particular attention has been paid to their wants, and we now have some of the rich est, plain, changeable & faney Silks, (fur dres...

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 May 1850

I n Tr " ' - ,-' y vf - --y - - - r - i " .-- ' JjJ u T0L.6. : LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY,1 MAY 27, 1850. ; '; ';,IfO.!t.'i Co r'DE. ;. ,,;WiiaTcfci '-i-;'''i; Office.on Vat Drap Row-Tiime. .i4ilyboD store oi iivwis nooenton. TERMSi. TFerman Long. Rfce county, m ho If WoiA withis three, eserfths, 300 .,t,idsritbi the! veer, . 260 Hp piper 01 be discoefiiraed tmlessthesame be 'P$Ud Of BP fi UUiB Ui uiKniiuuiunii ' ,'.Jfl -BtMi M Advertising. ; ;.j,jrBnes'orJets first insertion," -' xsJiHtionallniertSoni i' - - - feeriy and quarterly advertisements at reason u.t-.t ;, .-c ' - ' ' t .'-I ' AipntsXer tbe Banner. . -' ' 1 S. jp, Murray,' Bowling Green " , ' "John' L. Triable; Spencerburg. ' 'vDil John C Welbora. FraiArort. - j Pt. Nathan Vannoy.'Vannoy's MilL :' X-SSfl Johnson, Ashley; ' . T4lr Minor, iPirair iayille. -.,w,AiM,ThsBs,-Pey.iUe. -.vi I .B.P. Clifford and 3 niirV.ru ; r .!Dr. W.S.:Adami, Danville. ' Col WiJiiajn Priest, New London. ' J i A: W. Lamb, Hannibal. L...

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 May 1850

DEMOCRATIC BIN N BR, A. J. PICKENS, EDITOR. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI MONDAY MORNING, MAY 27th, 1850. FOR CONGRESS 2d DISTRICT, JKQ. B. HENDERSON. ( . For Reprtsrntivty - h;i , Thomas R. Vaughau. ff Democratic Meeting. The democrats of Pike county are requested to meet at the Court House in Bowling Green, m& Monday, the 3d day of June next, (it being the Ist day of the next term of the county court) far the purpose of nominating a candidate to be iHiA fit a seat in the next Legislature, in the " 'piece of John B. Henderson, Esq., who has been L. populated by the District Convention as a can didate for Congress. It is hoped that every good democrat will tarn oat and aid in the selection rf some good man, who will immediately take -the field in support of ear principles. v.-.! 3 MANY DEMOCRATS. .rtMay;24tkvl850i . V ' 'Democratic meeting. , OA meeting of the Democrats of RALLS " COUNTY will, he held at New London on the first Monday in June, (the 3d,) for the purpose of nominating candi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 May 1850

JOB TBI rUSt OF IT. LOCK. FlJHiSOTON. MY 22 1?. M. siiiTk-A mesag6 ikes received frohi t'ka piefent ;in ,nswer. tn a resolution of the Seeste, transmitting dl the additional correspondence iaiijs possession of the es ttSshmeotol i State Government in Cali-arou-Ta copj of Uii journal of the consti- J ttttioaal coveion and copies of such or dioaaeef adopted by the convention as are a iw depirtnienf.; . The message was laid ' oatfe taWas a portion of the correspond. ! pdai ConndentiaL :. ; m... . Mr, Yulee said that he had designed call. io ur his resolution relative to Cuba, but ; wouia postpone iu .. .. ... . ' The. Senate then resumed the considers tion f the: Special order of the day being : tne omntous diu. ' '' ;Mf. Soule in some remarks in reply, said 'Ira bad no design to say anything offensive to Vermont, but to defend Mexico. iMr. Pearce suggested that the pending -amendment be modified,, so that the 10th flection should declare that the Territorial .legislature shall pass no...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 May 1850

- :-i-!r I '.I' ' 'A'flf; pRTcGpopS. ' l '1' NEW, AND CHEAP 0ASH STORE. UEORGIV.STREET, LOUISIANA., Missouri Are in receipt of a Urge and general assortment of Dav boom, Hardware, Qce ens ware, &.o &c, to woicb the? invite the attention oi purcnasers visiting Louisiana. Their goods being selected iirith care, and purchased low for rash in the Eas tern cities, they are consequently enabled to offer a-rar Inducements to cash purchasers, ueaiers are requested to call and examine before pnrchas ing.i '; - Louisiana, May 6th, 1850.- 3t ""'luci & Murray's 'ViS'S T O R E, In' theljBnci Store House formerly occu i'lj1 .', . pied by Joseph Richardson, . Main Street, Louisiana, Missouri Mil n-' - WE, the subscribers,, desire lo say to our friends and the public, that we have just received a Lute and well selected stock of New and Fash ionable merchandise, suited to this market. Our stock embraces nearly every variety of STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware...

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 June 1850

11 (- - fiwirrtfiTlATlC BANNER, tmtLttnt M91 BtA,J,flCKEI, TERMS: lnlcPTiP1,bUn,,Il,dw,'ei .A , .tJ eevfiMri th veaK 1 - $160 too 980 - mm will be discontinued aolnttbt tame be "r Sate tot Advertising. weivli,0',leM, firttinertioiJ, - - 71 lfrj.ii aadttional insertion, - - - - . 3J Yearf tod quarterly advertisements at reason abler' Ageats for the Banner. ' 5. I. Mumy, Bowling Green. John L. "fribble, Spencerburg. - - Dr. Jobs C. Wctborn, Frankfort - Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoya Mill, i R. H- Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor. Prairievilie. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. ;?V?id,,ndici.rk.vine. 1 CoL Win. Nalley, $ J " CoL Ja, It. Britton, Troy. Dr. W; H. Adam. Danville. Cot William friwl, New London. A, W. Lamb, Hamubal. -:. Col. Benjamin Davie. Palmyra. amoshTshultz. . WHOLESALE BGOKSEMER, STATIONER & PAPER DEALER, Jfr. 136 Worth Main Strut, St. Low, oppotittl the Bonk of Missouri, I TIL"L fill orders at wholesale, as low a any v. other bonse in the western eouotry. My partbaseseastbeine. ne...

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 June 1850

r DB!II06RATM BANNER. i i t i i i j.j - , i r i ii ( - v Bt A. j.lCJLEK ...... . -: r-' LOUlSIANAr JilgSOUBI f : "' ? i--.-. "i 'I .) -' "A I : : ' : . JDAV. MORNING,' JUNE 3,.1S50. " 'ORtdOtSS42b PSTniCT, ,' "... OF PIKE. ; ; v. gofi Itepresenlur, ..,-. in Thomas Rr Vniihan. vv ! REMOVAL. - ' The office of the Democratic Banner has been ten an gd' fr om Water Street to Main, directly opposite Dr. Wise's store. ' :'.!ik ...! ' ' --- ' Democratic meeting. ' The meelingat Bowling Green to-day we trust Will be attended by good Democrats from every lection of the county, determined to fill the va cancy jn'our ticket by some trust-worthy and popular man that will unite the whole strength of ear 'party. We need a talented, popular and en ergetic 'man who will give life and power to the canvass Cite who can battle successlu!Ty' with the i trongest of the Whig party, and such an one wetrust the njeeting of to-day will select With brave leaders and a gallant charge we can nrel win. th -ticto...

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 June 1850

' Dkwict Cosvmtwh. The . , Bentoto DemocrtidDitrct Convention, proposed to be held in this place on Monday last to .;. a candidate for Congress, was a total failure: Jfot a aingle delegate, so far as we have knowledge, wasirt attendance. W understand that this brancrr of . the "ha'riBomW do not inteqd to. "give it up, so Mr. r0,(m oul proposea noiuing iuo Con'otion in this plice on the 1st Monday ip line. ' Meanwhile the faithful are to be fhussled oat" tp the duty of appointing Delegates. Where is the Benton Democ racy of Boone! Columbia Statesman. . , - . We have no doubt, says the Washington Utvm, Wie time is close at hand and we warn oar friends of it when the Democrat e party .will have to choose between total disorganization and defeat, and the repudiation of certain individuals who havA once been prominent in support of its principles,, usages, and candidates out woo are now its deadly enemies, clinging to its skirts, and holding on to its name, that their parricidal thrusts ...

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 June 1850

VI DRY GOODS. luce & Murray's NEW STORE, la tli Brick Store House formerly oecu pied by Joseph Richardson, Main Street, Louisiana, Missouri. WE, the ubserlberf desire to say to nor friend and the publie, ihat we he jii.t receiver . .. . , . I f M Litre nl wen eeieeieo hock oi upw anu r an innable merehandine. suited t thin market. Out stock embraces nearly ere 17 variety of f TAPLE FAffCY DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hrd "'re, Queenswre,Glas A Class ware. Boots tt Shoes, Hals & Caps of every variety; BonneMs, plain and fancy Straw; Silk, a beautiful article; Paints, Oiis, Dyestnfl. &., &.c. JTS We would particularly call the attention of -1T . a m a a . e a oe&ion 10 m nrf ana iMnionaoiv nonmrm oi READY HIDE C10TB1C, Comprising every article neresaary to full dre sutt, wnien we win sell very low. fuur dom ing to la the second storv. TO THE LADIES "we would say, particular attention has been paid to their wants, and we now have aome of the rich est, plain, changeable It ...

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 June 1850

: ' TERM St " tingle copy, PrMnumlnTI,ee " 160 tr nn niiJ withit tbret months, - - - - 800 , ... LiA within the tkt. - - - - - 260 f paper will be discontinued unless the tame be ygli for up 10 uJB umeoi aisoanunuuvn. '. Rates af Advertising. TwelrCoes or lest, first insertion, - - 75 x?... additional insertion. ... . . - 88 Ysarly and quarterly advertisements at reason itrit rates. Agents for theJBanner. S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Tribble, Speneerburg. ! Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy'a MilL R. H. Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynes ville. R Pifford and ) cm,. Col. Wm. Nalley, ) Col. Jm. H. Britton, Troy. Dr W. B. Adams, Danville. .. CoL William Priest, New London. , A. W. Lamb, Hannibal. CoL Benjamin Davies, Palmyra. POETRY. - I,ke Two Twin Flowers la Summer . Bowers. ASONO. BT MBS. UUB T. BOLTOX. JLike two twin flowers in summer bower They grew and bloomed together, And friendship wore the chain of lore In childhood's...

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 June 1850

Ill & 1 i DEMOCRATIC BANNER. . . LOUISIANA. MISSOURI MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 10. IPSO. FOR CONGRESS 2d DISTRICT, JNO. B. HENDERSON, OF PIKE. V For the Slate Senate, CAPT. W. S. LOFLAND. ' For Representee, Thomas R. Vaughan. REMOVAL. The office of the Democratic Banner has h.. ohaniTSii irnm vvaipp irei io main, '5 . directly opposite Dr. Wise's sore. PUBLIC SPEAKIX6. -n t j t n iT..ii.fm MniiM. - . 0. ate. for Cons. in the 2d Congressional D,s- trict, will addre.. the people at the ToWov.- times and places, to wit : i At St Charles, St. Charles coun'y, Monday," JuI!e 17- w..., J1M T ' n'rrenCOUmy' "eU""U",V7epreaUeade;.ofwhi(r?erv,inCi;yand Web-undenounced in the most scathing manner, it. At Union. Franklin countv. Friday, June21.t. ' r ,nd wh; nV-i Taylor, Corwhi1'Mi?n,"w P,an' rt ""V? fr J i w..i.;a.. r. Hfonaw. Jnn 24th. I . J ..... ..t f Mmr nM and the fire of patriotism. lie ' At Caledonia, Washington county, Wednes- """-T" ' t J... day. June 26th. At Ellsworth, Texas r0..Satu...

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 June 1850

a .;1l his original convictions, t B- :t wu then established by the drained, ''because the Missouri compro mise had be., weognued tnd acqu.esced . . .l-.i.ffffholdine and non-flavehold- ineStatrf for a period of nearly thirty Lers: and had not only" been acquiesced in Jwt had been distinctly recogmaeu nu aflrmed, without serious opposition, in the resulutions passed by Congress, in Febru ary, 1845, for tha annexation of Texas. Bat in the proposed California restric tion Mr. Polk considered that Congress h,i discharged the principle of the Miss puri compromise, and undertaken to enact (be law by which "the equality of the sev eral States, and the equality of rights 1 which belong to their respective citizens, were destroyed. It is this abandonment of the Missouri settlement which Mr. Polk trea ted as a release fr on the obligation to waive bis individual opinions, and authorized him to return to his original convictions of the duty of absolute non-interferenc by Con gress with slaver...

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 June 1850

7 I- 1 RECEIPT FOR MAKING EVfiRl DAY HAPPY. : When you rise in the moraine, form the resolution to make the dty a lappy one to How creature. It ia easily done: a left off garment to the man who needs it; a kind word to the sorrowful; and encouraging expression to the striving; trifles, in them selves as light as air, will do it it least for the twenty-four hours; and if yon are young, depend upon it, it will tell when yon are old; rest assured it will send you gently nd happily down the stream of human tide to eternity. ' By the most simple and arithmetic sum, look at the result. You send one person: only one happily through the day; that is three hundred and sixty five in the course of the yean and suppos ugyeu Jive forty years only, alter you commence the course of medicine, you liave made 14500 human beings happy at I1 events for a time, and this is supposing no relation or friend partakes of the reel ing end extends the good. Now, worthy reader, ft not this simple? It is too sho...

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 June 1850

jyiflOCRlTIC BANNER. rtntiam avxav voksiT noki5s By A. J. PICKEMg. lT T7 TERMS: Sinriecopy.tfMnum.infcdvaneei - - $160 If not paid wthi three months, - - 2 00 If not p& within the year, - - - - - 250 No pP will be discontinued unless the same be ptH for op to too tune oi discontinuance. Bates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, . . 75 Each sdditional insertion, - - - - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisement! at reason- bl rates. 1.1 tents for the Banner S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Triable, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. cttS Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. A. W. Lamb, Hannibal. Col. Benjamin Da vies. Palmyra. , POETRY. THE MO SS ROSE. The Angel of the flowers one day Beneath a rose tree sleeping lay That spirit to whom power is given To bathe young buds in dew from heaven. . Aw...

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 June 1850

y . A Pi DEMOCRATIC BANNER. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1850. FOR CONGRESS 2d DISTRICT, JJVO. B. HENDERSON, OF PIKE. For the State Senate, CAPT. W. S. LOFLAND. For Representees, Peter Carr, Thomas R. Vangban. REMOVAL. The office of the Democratic Banner has been changed from Water Street to Main, directly opposite Dr. Wise's sfore. latmVcmpkomisemeetlg.' " In another column will be found a com munication over the signature of "Union," urging the citizens of our city and county to assemble in . Mass Meeting, for the pur pose of giving an expression of their view." and feelings upon the all-absorbing subject of the slavery compromise reported to the Senate by the committee of thirteen, and now under consideration by that body The proposition meets with our hearty con currence. We have examined, sometime since, the views and recommendations of j the committee, and do not hesitate to ex press our unqualified approbation of the measure as a whole. Embracing as it does a ...

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