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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 January 1851

worabti consideration of the Legislature. ', Theie roads, by the nor gy and perse verance of thoie who he had charge of them', are in advance of all other works o internal improvement Let these be com' pleted, and it will produce such a state nf things as will unerringly point to other ob jects of improvement, worthy of tbo con sideration of the Legiilature. These will be the trunks, to which may be joined rail roads and plank roads, branching into every quarter of the State.' If charters should be asked for roads, as rtems of these, they should even ' how be granted, in order that arrangements may Be making for their future success. I confidently anticipate liberal appropria tions of public land, along the route of the Pacific, and the Hannibal and St. Joseph railroads. I suggest tolhe Legislature, that a memorial be immediately forwarded to Congress upon the subject, and ' that we respectfully ask on behalf of these roads, that tne onerous condition shall not be at teeTied to 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. — 13 January 1851

MONDAY MORNiyg Jampaet 13th. Haserai LsbiSLatvss The two Homes mat it,intsisimi on Friday lt d proceeded to ballot far Cruted Skater. The 6rtbletjpreMntative8 be requisted, to oppose, by Far HxsrrS. Gar", (Whig,) j : t : 64 t H. Bnmnr, (Freesoil,) r : : r r: 65' - j - " J4sS.-Gaxs,(Dem.) 1 ' ';:ST ... ,:... ---i . A jur..r. ' both lemoeretfc Six balkt resulted in thesamei ... M . . ' ; . (with all convenient despatch, a copy of the war. . ...v ..; - .ir. : .' We iears tba,t AttuvscB Rekd, Representa tive fcoailioeoln, tied n Thursday last. "V . jjsVWe call attention to notice of J. B. His- vutsosv in this paper. .TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. '"'SSOURI LEGISLATURE. .-V, , JlPMBSOII Citt, Jak, 4. The Report of the Auditor of Public Ac counts was read and ordered to be printed v Mr. Jones, of Franklin, presented a pe tition from Frederick Munch, to. abolish capital punishment ; also, from same, a pe tition to repeal the Jackson Resolutions. Mr. Stewart offered a resolution, to meet in the H...

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 January 1851

Fresh Arrivals BAY STATE HILLS HOGS.WTEl) THE TORNADO! AT TBC WONDERS HAVE ALL CEASED! sTHHE subscriber Ukct thi method of inform. P ing the citizens of Louisiana, and Pike "county generally, that he has located himself at me store nouse lormeny occupied oy ur. ise, on door north of O. C. Tinker's which he has refitted, end filled with a choice selection of goods or all qualities and descriptions, such as Prints, Alpacas, Mouslin Ddains, Marinos, Gingham's, Ribbons and Flowers, Halt, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Src, Src, 6rc, and I would say to Democrats, Whigs and Free Soilers, that the time has come strain, when the winds of the north and the pittiless storms of winter will sweep in all their fury over the land, when the human body will require protec tion from the chilling embraces of old Boreas; yon will therefore find it to your advantage to call at my store, where you will find the most splendid and fashionable assortment of Clothing ver offered in this city, - -cohsihtiho or OVER COA...

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 January 1851

U" A. J. riCKESS. liorte eV. eer annum, iej advaace, ' - 41 60 If mot pate wftm" three month, - - f- 800 If not paid with" the. year, . - - - 850 Na paper "Ml be discontinued enlesstbe same be paid for ap to the time of dueoutinuuce. . . . i i ii ' .' (tataae)' AdTertlslng. Vta liae r teas, firat insertion. 95 Ash additional Insertion, - - 88 - . 1 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason' able rates Agents for the Banner i - S. P. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Tribute, Spencerburg. r DnJohaC. Welborn, Frankfor. : , Dfi Nahan Vannoy, Vannoy 'a Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley; U, Minor, Prairieville. ' A. M. Th.ima, Paynesville. leiC..k.vUl. Col. JasSH. BrittonnVoy. ' " Tully R.'Cernick and ) r, r JohoV MKe. qf Gnj. Dr. W.'B. Adams," Danville. Col. William Priel, New London. TO THE PUBLIC ROM a communication in the Banner of the K 4lh of Dec last. I find that its ostensible author, Capt. Givens, has replied to mine of Oc tober 23d, in such a manner and in such terms, as to demand a...

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 January 1851

DEBOCfliTlC GlfiNCtt yr LOOSUHA. MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1861. U" 6ioe our last issue, we bare been com paratively deatitilte of newi, though we hare re ceired our regular main. The accumulation of ice in the river hat prevented boats from coming up, and we are'forced io fall back upon the tardy mail ; which will, with luck, catch, up with the latett dates received from the boats about once a week. r :: -.-. ::- '.:.'-.. -. -. If We Jbave but little later, intelligence from he Capitol of the Federal and .State Govern ments.. 6uth telegraphic intelligence a we hate received, will be found under the approrpnate head. As yet all efforts to elect a United States Senator at Jefferson city, has been abortive. JJ Legislature of Ohio, now in session, lias been far oofe time engaged in fruitless. efforts to elect United States Senator. .; jnx. : Co-re-s The House of Representatives, ton the 80th tilt, passed tv loin resolution ex planatory -of the bounty land act of-the 28U of September ...

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 January 1851

in 9 9 ' 9 tbe vsjnf if Hreuii fft Vfloj, ao as to prevent its exportation. tfr.'lfcLeu, of Penn., offered a resolution, (hat it would be inexpedient and improper to re- nail the Fugitive Slave Axst..' OHeedon linfff 11m Houte then went into 'Committee of the Whole, on the Postage Bill. . . ' ' , ' ."" ' Mr. Potter, who reported the bill, defended it and answered the gentlemen on tbe opposite side; wbea the Committee rose, and the House adjourned. :.:; 2J"Tne opinion prevails to some extent that iirfen election of U. 8. Senator, that the Gov- emor may make an appointment to fill the vacan cy caused by the expiration of Col. Benton's term of service.. This is a mistaken notion. The CoiMitution of the United States makes prdvlt- ien for. vacancies, and only authorizes the Gey-i ernor to appoint when such vacancies occur dur ing tbe recew of the General Assembly. If the present Legislature ska beyond the 4th day of March next; nothing is more clear than that the Governor would have 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. — 20 January 1851

?THE iOttiNADO! BONDERS HATE ALL CEASED 1 fTHHE eubseriber Uktt this method of inform JL"fag tiia citizens af Louisiana, aud Pike ojouuty generally, that he haa located himself at tore boot formerly occupied by Dr. Wise, one door north of O. C. Tinker's which he has f efitted, and filled with a choice selection of goods -II j i ..... t v an ijuaiiues mg aescnpuens, sucn at Prints, Alpacas, Moutlin Detains, Marinos, I Gingham's, Ribbons and Flowers, Suit, Caps, Boots, Shots. drc, ic, JS-c mad I would aajr to Democrat!, Whig and Free Soileri, chat the time has come again, when the winda of the north and the pittiless storms of winter will sweep in all .their fury over the and, when the human body will remiire protec ion from the chilling embraces of old Boreas; you will therefore find it to your advantage to call at my store, where yon will find the most splendid and fashionable assortment of Clothing ar vitcreu in una cny, coirsisTtne or OVER COATS, DRESS COATS, SACKS, PANTS by the h...

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 January 1851

-Tk. V f ... jr. -V - it-lift. ff i 't 1 .-..! .':! i .Msl . .K u'l'l. Hlf'i t .Ji.li .- i ili'Slk vuV KSSi":Ci:i rjiiitii;l."0 .. fresn -f- TERMS: ; ' ' liacU ov. oroaum,in advance, "' $1 60 If out Dam withia three months, - - 2 00 If eat paid within the year, .. - -i- 860 2f j paper will be discontinued nnleasthe tame a said for up to the tiuieof discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. " Tlre or lej, firitimertion, ., - . 75 aeh additional insertion. - - - 38 ' Xfi'if '" liarterly alertuemenU at reason able rates. .-. ' Agents for the Banner. ,8.4 Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. : Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfor. JDr. Nahan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H Jtihnon. Ashley. O. Min.ir, Prairieville. A, VI. Thi;oM, Payrfesville. .l.l "" Col. Jasr-H. Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. 1 POETRY. A SUNG OF LIFE by chables mac ay. A traveller through a dusty road, Strewed acorns on the lea, ' And one took root and sprouted up, And grew ...

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 January 1851

BEflOERiTIPBANNBR MOXIXA.Y MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1861. The Legislatarev For the last ten or fifteen days nothing ha been done in this body but to ballot lor United State Senator. . The vote hat remained about the tame for the three candidate! in nomination. Eaeh party is holding on to its choice with the hope that sufficient strength nay be obtained from one or both of the others, ultimately to succeed in an election. From the signs of the times, it is not likely that such a result can be accomplish ed. The Benton men have resolved to go for Benton "first, last, and all the time." They seem to think that a total and abject subserviency to Col. Benton, constitutes the essence of true De mocracy. - Notwithstanding he lias occupied the position of United States Senator from this State for thirty years, and in addition to his utter disregard of! tike wishes of his constituents, has pursued a most insulting and tyrannical course of conduct towards them, assuming rather the character of 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. — 27 January 1851

MONDAY MOSNING, Jaioakt 27th. Lovuiava, January 24, 1851. Please publish ia your paper that I will lec rnrt on Music, at the Christian Chnreh, on Mon diy night ntxt, for the parpbte of. organizing a class in singing. A. full attendance of the lov er of good muiio ll des ired. , Tour. . G. A. A. RIGGS. HENRY S. GEYER, SENATOR FROM MISSOURI. The egonj it ever, and Geyer if elected Senator from Missouri for six years from the fifth of March next. He fills the place occupied by Thomas Hart Benton for the last thirty years. Mr. Geyer was elected on the 40th ballot, which we have not yet received. . Uur intelligence is trom a late Republican, received by the steamer Lamar tine, yesterday, but dues not contain the ballotines. Mr. Geyer is Whip, but unlike many ef the leaders of that party, is believed to entertain sound and patri otic views npon the question of slavery; and, above all. he is known to have en dorsed fully, the Democratic republican doctrine of "obey or resign." He ad mitJ f...

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 January 1851

BAY STATI MIUS HOGg ?ESaS Fresh Arrivals at m ! KIMsl,:.!.! LLT, SHOULD announce to th good people of Pike. .11 thai be keep constantly on hand a general .ailment f all kind of article iu the SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFAC r TURING LINE, "consisting of the following article in part, to-wit: Ladirs' and Gentlemen's Saddle of various uual ities and price, fn ui the plainest Pidceonto the Loftiest Mrxicana, Bridles for ladies and gentlemen, lrin the plainest ring ,5' i.-. .bit, to splendid Jenny Lind bit - - ud Braddoon, totjether with various qualities ol Mar timrais, attached or detached. Fancy Silver and Biass plated Buggy Harness. S lort Tug or two horse do do Japaued nr Mack inoonted . do do L-athrr Trace carriage, do Wagon comii.oii, do Jlerte collars, all sizes, qualities and prices, back band, Belly band, Breech bands, Blind bridles Cheek and Single lines, Whips of various kinds, Bugsy wagoners, Drayman's and Drovers, de tached Whip Lashes, interlinked Breast Chains, Trunks, large ...

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 February 1851

U" I,, I I ' " I-' , - t X "DfinOCRiTlC B1NNBP, J. PICK.E3T. i::.; TERMS) ' ' - tlagle eopy, per aunum,in advanee, $1 60 ir mm mm within three months, : - 2 00 Iff sot paid, wtthia the year, ' - SCO We paper will be discontinued nnlessthe lame paid for p lo (be time of discontinuance, ., RtioC AdrertislBK. . .. 3wlve line or lets, first insertion, - - 7i .JUefcaddiUonal insertion, . . . Si ' yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates.. . . . y Af ents for the Banner. r; ' l. F. Murray, Bowling Green. -! v, John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. J)r. John C. Welborn. Frankfor. -'t Dr. Nahan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. j Ri H. Johnson, Ashley. .iH.'tf. Minor, Prairieville. a-jL A. M. Thomas, Faynesville. '.SiuViSi '""'"- Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. Ramarka of Mr. Patterson on the Elec tion of U. 8. Senator. Mr. Patterson's nsme being called, on the fortieth ballot for the United Slates Senator, he arose and remarked that unde...

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 February 1851

y v N , ' -' DBDOllfilTIC B1NSBR JOTOATMORNMIO, FE8UARY 3, 1851. J"The communicatiooof 'Many Whigs,' e think if rather severe, but we insert it that all may judge for themselves. It is true that the election of Mr. Geyer has flaced some of our Whig friends in a very awkward position ; but their conscience, no doubt, administer to them the most pow erful rebuke, for their course in the last can Tan. By the success of Geyer, it seems ,4hat the "new lights" have triumphed, and U Whig party has followed them. Indeed welways felt sure that they could not dare to commit themselves to any other course -of pohcy. The little Free Soil sqnad of Wfeigs around this place, we have never re garded in any other light than as an excres cence of the Whig party. But the object of our correspondent seems to be to ridicule an article that appeared in last week's Record. In that article Geyer was landed as a distinguished and thorough whig in his views. Broadbead's little speech .was eulogixed, which to...

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 February 1851

reject J; tf rich tctioB would control the oofflinittae oo Election. Mr. Benjamin objected to inch a lum inary disposition fjh bill; be lied always fa. favor f the'ballot tnode of voting. , V - , . U .ved much j ""J - . voce system; at all events, th mbject was entitled ro enou resection and proper at tention on the part of the House. 1 Before any disposition was made of the till, the House adjourned.1' EVENING SESSION. Mr. Coffey, on leave, withdrew his bill amending the law regulating elections. 3fr. Coffey, then offered a resolution in structing the committee on elections to re port a bitUtneoding the present law regulat ing elections, so as to'require voting to be hj ballot, and continuing elections only one day. . : - Mr. Tutt asked that the resolution lie on the table for a few days, until the House was full It was important that the full sense of.the House should be taken. Mr. Coffey was understood to object to delaying action on the resolution. The vtreannt waa as fa vara Vi...

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 February 1851

ID? TTXTSTOS, W. KELLY. JOULD announce to the good people of Pike, I uiat be keens constantly on Dana a cenerai assortment of all kinds of articles in the - SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFAC TUBING LINE, remitting of the following articles in part, to-wit: Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles of various qual-- ities and prices, from the plainest Pideeon to the Loftiest Mexican, Bridles for ladies and gentlemen, from the plainest ring bit, to a splendid Jenny Lind bit and Braddoon, together with various qualities of Mar tinpals, attached ' ' or detached. Fancy Silver and Brass plated Buggy Harness. "Short Tag or two borse do do ; Jepaned or black mounted do do LeatherTraee carriage, do " ' Wagon common, . do Horse eollart, all sizes, qualities and price, back bands, Belly bands, Breech bands, Blind bridles Check and Single lines, Whips of various kinds, Bum waeoners. Drayman's and Drovers, de tached Whip Lashes, interlinked Breast Chains,' Trunks, 'large traveling, and.vaiices, uarpet Baes. Sadd...

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 February 1851

Lr - : : v t") rfyO C -it Caiie copy; per aenBm,in adrance, . , If tfaidwito!a three months, '' Vietpaidwitbtathejear, - : Napaper trill be discoatinueduriesstbq,ame be pyaorf r1 umeoraisoMMuuwiev. .:.U. """ '- . . antes of Advertising. ' tW IimI or less.' first Insertion. '-' Yearly aad Quarterly advertisements at reason v : : Aiet for the Banner. r S. F. Murra$, Bowling Green. . John. JU Tribbje, Spencerburg. " Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfor. , Dr. Nathan VannoyvVfnnoy'e Mill. R, H. Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. ' BP. Clifford and ) r,:.t511- Col . Win. Nalley, f ' " CoL Ja. H.'Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adami, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. FROM, CALIFORNIA. The News by ihe Cherokee. The teamshiptCalifonia arrived at Pan on the 3d inst, from San Francisco. She experienced a heavy gale on a an iiego, but .suffered no material damage. The steamer Isthmus arrived at Panama from San Francisco on the 7th inst, ana tne T-lcnn at Chapreslon...

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 February 1851

in i J OC!I0CRATIC DINNER ' . LOCMIAJfA. . MONDAY MORNING, FEBUARY 10, 1861. To Our Subscribes!. With oar last -week' issue, closed the first volume of the "Banner" ince we became the proprietor of the press, and we wish to remind our friends that the first year's subscription is Jne. Those who have not already paid, would confer a great favor by calling and fettling up as soon as possible. If not con venient to call on ns, they will send the amount in by their friends, pay it to our au thorized agents, or transmit k to us by mail. Either of these modes will be satisfactory tans. 4 Those indebted to the office for advert! . mm . . . . ... eing or jon-wonr, win please come forward. and pay op. '. It will be recollected that! though each account may be small in itself,', ..ii --..( i .i . yet small accounts when thrown together, onsiuuie tne mnioiai oi proceeas arising from subscription. It is expensive to em- ploy agents to wait oa subscribers for the i amounts due.and we hope that s...

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 February 1851

. Ha Tenliad to bis colleague, f Mr. Smith,) and contended that the officers in St Louis' were liberally paid more liber aII paid than the officers in any other eoun- ty in tne oiate, aoauo scrwui uiiee &.neraUV allowed in Missouri were more liberal than in any othe r Slate in the Union. He was unwilling to ereate a dozen sine cures in St. Louis, and contended that he was nerfecUr satisfied that officers- in his county were well and generoarly paid al ready. '"" Sims offered a substitute for the original bill, repealing the 1 2th section of article 2, hut exempting St! Louis and Scott conoties from the effect of such repeal. A motion to lay Mr. Crockett's amend ment on he. table, failed. Mr. Stevenson asked Mr. Crockett if he had not already introduced a bili to raise the salary of the circuit attorney for St. Leuis. , ; . ' Mr. Crockett replied that he had. He then explained his object in bringing in that bill. The circuit attorney referred to, dis charged the most arduous duti...

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 February 1851

V Fresh Arrivals AT THE UXXSTATtUUlS 1 W. KELLY, WOULD announce to the good people of Pike, if that he keep constantly on band a general vssonmeni 01 an Kinds or articles in the SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFAC TURING LINE, consisting of the following articles in part, to-wifc Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles of Various qual ities and prices, from the plainest Pidgeonto the Loftiest Mexicana, Bridles for ladies and gentlemen, from the plainest ring . bit, to a splendid Jenny Lind bit and Braddoon, together with various qualities of Mar . , tingals, attached or detached. Faney Silver and Brass plated Baggy Harness. Short Tug or two horse do do Japaned or black mounted do do Leather Trace carriage, do Wagon common, . do Horse collar., all siies, qualities and prices, back bands, Belly band, Breech bands. Blind bridles Cheek and Single lines, Whips of various kinds, BS&y wagoners, Drayman's and Drovers, de tached Whip Lashes, interlinked breast Chains, Trunks, large traveling, and Valices...

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 February 1851

OSnOCBlTIC BAHfiEB rffSLIf BED BT ' : A. J. PICKETS. TERMS: ogle copy, per enum, in advance, - $1 60 If not paia wilhia xnret months, . - - 00 jf Mtpii4 iritbin tbe year, - 2 60 No naner U1 be dis continued oalesstne tame be paid fee ep to tha time of discontinuance. Bates r Advertising. Twelve tinea or less, firat iniertion, - - Cut additional iniertion. - - - - - 88 Yearly and quarterly advertisement! at reason able rates. jyiMviUun&'l u lliiil. m -r -,... 'UitiTxn We Stand Divided Wi Fall." VOL. 6. LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1851. NO. 84. Ageats fer the Ban wet. 3. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfor. . Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. . j R. H. Johnson, Ashley. ' ' G. Minor, Pralrieville. A. M. Thomai, Paynesville. ; B. P. Clifford and ,..v:iu . Wm. Nalley, $ Col. Col. Jee. H. Britton, Troy. Tall B, Corniok and c-.-Cr lA 1 W. IMm. ( Cap-au-Uray. Company; whicn was patted. t EVENING SESSION. Mr. Jennin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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