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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 May 1851

I Wi v i I III I I I 5 DBMRAJI BANNER LOUISIANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7lb, 1851. REMOVAL. The Banner Office has been removed from Main to Water Street, in the building lately oc eupiad bj J. Richardson. J Tte license question ha at last been set "T tled by decision of the Supreme Court. A majority of the Court maintain the unconstitu tionality of the law of '49, taxing merchants. .Judge Naptoo delivered a dissenting opinion, which we regard as an able judicial document. We shall notice the points decided in future. - Yirfinla Convention. !y ThU body, convened for the purpose of re modeling the Constitution, has been in session for a long period of time. The chief question to be settled, and the one that engrosses a greater share of consideration than any other, is the one in regard to fixing a basia for representation. Eastern Virginia contains a smaller white popu lation than the Western portion by about 90,000. Vet according to the present constitution, suf frage is based upon p...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 May 1851

'DIED ; . . L : ' Athli Alienee m Ftogv7, tltT Tl-!v. Smith, 35 jean. nL .tiha BoardiiifHousa of Mr. Samuel chUmP& 22d day of April, Mr. 522, "rSftfe, Platte county, Mo.. -th-39th tw of hT. - ' fit Loui iUpubuoMi please copy. eAaIpri Prnnrvsal? BCdlvU A. a UllUaiJ YtTILL be iwserrea rost voice in owiin.,-,thejr If Green, o., until o'clock, F.M.,tneinoi May.l85Iff'theb?l,dlnRmn finishing a bnck the term or tucrike & KoDinson. a x-a nuaaAoth of Bowling Green. The bnck for friends and customers; and ,ji0 beR leave to re-To my old customers I would say that I .kouM, atone for foundation, and Bills for doors;turn ,heir thauk, t0 the pllblc for lhe patronage'fee uder ,,. 0bJiGatione for their pat- And wiedowa all to be furnished; also the hauling ad oard of hands; And I will furnish all tbe niaafc. laths and shingles at the lowest cash price ae the ground. All the work to be completed by 1 let Nov. 1851 I. For further particulars, see spe- 1 plan at J. Richardson's store. Lou 1 wi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 May 1851

7.ltl OmCt MANUfACTORy DR S. P. TOWWSEHD'S ' tOHtOVUO KIT ft ACT f S A US AP A RILLA, . . i 'WMUr uml Blowing of in Ag. muNi-ttiwf ' Thi. Ksut ,utupin..rt Bolt!.., it ia ei liars cheaper, 1 plra-arler, and warranted suberrr fc anv told It rules disease , iuiiitnmiiiing. p.ir8ii,aKkinng.nr'.iriiiiitMii.j(iiir p-t-it. j The cieat beauty and atiberi-irily tf Ibia ! ha Sarunaiiiiaover all 1 other y.eltcUtn K .hile it eradicat dates, it tmignraies Uia It is tma of tba rarjr beat PRINO AND 8UMMKR MKniCINKS tue per-MM, but it Create, new. purr ami neb uUntA ; pver pnMur-l by ma nthtr Mcilicfqe. And in titw lie tlie fnrA Mr. ret uf lit vmt&rful tveeem It faM peffr.rmril vithiti th Iat two yervtor thalHtoc hnrw,rd tnoiinl cum M cecere ci of Jtrfe., t Wt er mntMerel mcnralilf !t has cared tbc bM oC Man than 16 (MM) childten tltr thre pat cvuftni. 100.0U0 mm r -Knrrml IMillltw m& wastt of Pb. 8 P Tmr.oS Samaparilla it.vigor?M tlie v1tf1e trttom Mimamtntljr. To thm who hart IorI their m...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 May 1851

BBWUfTl! BIS SEE A. J. riCKEWS. TERMS: "n.lii-iiraiu"n,in advance, - $160 If aot ptf tn MthB, " s 00 ubin the Tear. - - 260 Jit Ul - No paper be discontinued unleif the aame he paid forepto the time of discontinuance. tales of AdTertiaing. Twelve lines or lem, first insertion, - - 75 Ea-h additional inseriton, - - - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason- able rates. POETRY. My Heart is with thee. BY 6. D. rBXBTICB. When dewy eve closes Her flowers with a sigh, And summer's bright rosea Grow pale in the sky; When spirits seem stooping I , Ver day is lit grava, ! Their solemn wines droocior c" a Afar o'er the wave; When the love-star is keeping Her watch o'er the sea, My warm heart is leaping, Sweet spirit, to thee. When the breeze with a whisper Steals soft through the grove, A sweet, earnest lisper Of music and love; When its gentle caressinga Away charm each sigh. And the still dews, like blessingi, Descend from the sky; When a deep spell is lying On hill, vale and lea, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 May 1851

ii .-v;: ninw aim im in"'yaaMsaiBssass 1 V 5 DBEIOCRATIC BANNER LOUISIANA. , WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 14th, 18oi.',hippers got together mi offered him M con, REMOVAL. ' The Banner Office has been removed from Main to Water Street, in the building lately oc cupied by J. Richardson. To "Divisions nf Sons of Temperance" Washingtonians, and all friend t of the eaute of Temperance. The committee of arrangements for the Teat' perance Convention to be held in this city on , WEDNESDAY, the 11th of June next, respect fully invite all friends of the cause to attend by eetegalions at the time indicated, ana Dtg 10 as- sure them of a hearty welcome " ' ! The District, as arranged at the Conventional Palmyra last year, is composed of the counties of I - St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren, Montgomery, Au drain, Pike, Ralls, Marion, Monroe, Shelby Randolph, Knox, Macon, Adair, Schuyler, Scot land, Lewis and Clark. . -4AH vvUitors ire .epeeially requested to meet the Coamiktee si the Store of E. Draper &am...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 May 1851

BTtkgraphJoiht St. Louit Frets. The ftwtfc Can'" Southern Rights As f0ciatioa CoBfettion, composed ol dele rates, ppototsi by the various Southern Rights Alio" - this citj god ws duly organized by the ap pointment of he following officers, Presi dent Ei-Corernor Richardson; Vice Pres ident, E-G0,rernor W. C. Seabrook; J. J. Archer, H. L. Griffin, J. W. Simpson, R. H. Goodwin, B. K. Hannigan.VV. H. GiRt, Secretaries; the editors of the Greenville Mountaineer, Camden Journal, Black Riv er Journal, Edgefield Advertiser, Chester Standard, and J. C Walker. There are forty Associations repiesented and the Convention is composed of 431 delegates. The President, Ex -Governor Richardson, on taking the chair, calmly but temperately reviewed the position of afTdirs. He considered that Southern In stitutions, under existing circumstances, could not last twenty years. He alluded forcibly to the vineyard of blood and treas ures expended by the South in the acquisi tion of territory, and her subse...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 May 1851

ID? TOWgigHjfg an ii.:1'! J 'Mi -miimiTiTiiui Oft ICE DR. 8. P. MANUFACTORY TOWNSEND'S I VlTftKCT r 8ARSAPARILLA, Waeteler ftnd Bleaalnsr erf Maa Asre. IV BMW cctracrrfmarf Mrdicint in tie Wrli I This Eltnet b pat ap in tnart Bottles ; it Is en treats cheeper, inaantor, and warranted superior to any sold. It carta iliseasS wtlheat Tomitinf, purging, sickening, or debilitating the Patieat. TVs great beaaty and anparinritj of this Sareaparilla over aB etaet MeeMelnee it, white it aradicatea diseese, it iBvigoratea the Mr. it si aoe of the very best BPRINO AND BUMMER MF.MCINF.S atar known ; It ant only pariSee tha whole system and sireegtneae fae pervem, bat it createe, sew, para and rich blond ; a power pvaanaad by an ether Medicine. And in this lit the grand secret at na lamirai peffnrvwd within tha last tare yeeas, saare nuvaM naneree tnoaaana cam m serere rases m lies sea, at least, ao.OM wara eonaidereri inrarehle. K km saved the awamttawai than la.OUO children the three part sess...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 May 1851

yW BEffBCBiTfC BANNER j. flCKEWg. TERMS:. Si-ftocoPy,prM.m,inadvance, - $150 -i tnree months, - - - 200 Jf not paid wHki Fw. - - - - 260 "J T?o paper wtf 09 discontinued unlessthe aame bo paid for eM0 100 obwhiuuuwki. gates at AdYertisfne;. Twewliw or lots, first insertion, - 75 Mltional ins eriton. - - - 38 vrfr and quarterly advertisements at reason able sates. . REMOVAL. The Banner Office has been removed from Main to Water Street, in the building lately oc cupied by J. Richardson. To "Division cf Son of Temperance,'? fFathingtoniant, and all friend of the cattte of Temperance. The committee of arrangements for the Tem perance Convention to be held In this city on WEDNESDAY, the 1 1th of June next, respect- fully invite all friends of the cause to attend by delegations at the time indicated, and beg to as sure them of a hearty welcome. The District, as arranged at the Convention at Palmyra last year, is composed of the counties of St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren, Montgomery, Au drai...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 May 1851

y " -a DEMOCRATIC DINNER LOUISIANA i .: ; WEDNESDAY HORNING, MAT 21, 1851. "THE NORTH OUR BEST FRIENDS." Tbii ftti the language of Col Benton in hit speech at Fayette, after hit appeal, and when he ' had determined to abandon the interesti of Mis souri, and risk hit fortune in the hands of the abolition "neTtY of the North. We' were then - ....... told that "slave property was ' as safe under northern as 'southern legislation." That the Korth had. been our best friends that we owed to them a debt of gratitude for past favors, and should not say aught against their fanatical course. ?--nied that there were such men as aboli- f1 .ai all in the confidence of his northern 4Jeads? He even showered praises vptn Mr. Hale, and vindicated his character against the charge of abolition.: It was replied to him that the Tree-sollers were endeavoring to accomplish by direct mean, that which tbey could not at , tain directly. .That the passage of laws by many of the non-slavebolding States prejudi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 May 1851

BY TElECRlPn. the Daily. ptmei. ARRIVit 6FTHE CAMBRIA. THREE DJYSIJTER FMOM EUROPE. Halifax Tgeaph Office, May 13. The royal inaiJ steamer Cambria arrived t her dock thfo evening at seven o'clock; he brings tbWy passengers. A The British and continental news is un important. The all absorbing topic in Eng land and is the greatlndustrlal Exhibition, which was opened by her majesty on Way day, in tne presence of three thousand per sons, without any accident. , . On the 2d, the Russell ministry was da feated by a motion ot Mr. Hume, who con fined the operation of the property tax to one year. The Jewish disabilities bill was read a second time. ' The emigration from England and Scot land remains unabated. All danger of a ministrial crisis in France is over, and the old story is current that Louis Napolecn is making great efforts to prolong his time of office: ' . The Portuguese insurrection has subsided.-.. .... Austria and Russia have demanded that the Sultan retain Kossuth and his fe...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 May 1851

25? 5P1 ..ima'u ? ujSlli MANUrACTOftV DR. S. P. TOWNSEWD'S .-esroo KUtacr er ' 3 AXIS APARILLA, 1 Wdrin W Maaatraf aTtlH Afc. 7V twi( aimrtei JfcsUctee fa lie IKer- t TUe Extract la nntnprnQaart Bottle; II tt ax Ireiee cheaper, elsaeanter, mf nai 'ailtad wMikr to ear ansa. It cures 4isesaa Ubtrat romstuif, para;iaf , eacains;, or dbUitatias; the patient Tba great Mot; ant! toperiorlte f this Sartenenlla near aB What Medicine it, while it eradicate tfisaaae, it Inrijoratee the 0. ltkjOM0TtlMT7tlMt SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINES near knows : it net only paxifieetha wank system end streerhens tha Baraga, rat it create, hi, para and rich Mood ; a povrer fruisiseee t by nn ether Medicine. And in thin lies the grand Mcret 'of ill erotxjerfal saeceae. It ha perform.! within the lent two ye, fm&a ooe nunerea tnoneua caret oi aevere cues nj 'ctMt -aaet, 0,000 were considered incurable. It bee tavaa 11 t- jmia then 16,000 chilaran the fare pert seaaon. ' JW aaaa 3aerat UetiUKa- auid wan of -...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 May 1851

PEH0CBAT1C BANNER -!T rtllllltD BT J.PlCKEJfg. . . .i TERMS. , MB,in advaaee, . $160 tr ..U srithi earee months, - - 2 00 If tttiiapltktt iMftlri - " - 250 Ho tpf "iU discontinued unless the same fee said fa to tbe time or discontinuance . V Rate ot Adres tiling. fweiv lines or lass, first insertion, - - 75 Saab additieaal inseriton, - - 18 ' arty aul quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. REMOVAL. ' The Banner Office has been removed from Main to Water Street, in the building lately oc upied by J. Richardson. To "Divisions of Sons of Temperance" Washingtoiiians, and all friends " of the cause of Temperance. Tbe committee of arrangements for the Tem perance Conveotioa -to. be held in this thy en WEDNESDAY, the 11th of June next, respect fully invite all friends of the cause to attend by delegations at the time indicated, and beg to as core them of a hearty welcome. . The District, as arranged at the Conventional Palmyra last year, is composed of the counties of St. Charles, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 May 1851

DEMOCRATIC BANNER LOUISIANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAT 28, 1851. THE FLANK ROAD. We regret extremely that our citizen have relapsed into the old state of apathy and indiffer ence, in regard to the improvement of roads. A few weeka ago the publio mind seemed fully prepared to begin the construction of r. plank road from this point to Middletown. They had begun, we thought, to appreciate its advantages and were therefore ready to enter u'on the work with a zeal and determination commensurate with -the undertaking, and adequate to its successful completion. It muit fey apparent to the merchants and business men of Louisiana, that her prosperity in future will chiefly depend upon her trade with the surrounding country. Hannibal is stretch ing out her arms, endeavoring to embrace within "her grasp as large a district as possible. By th improvement of Toads, even good dirt roads, in the absence of any thing better, she has already secured to herself a large portion of country which, with 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. — 28 May 1851

United states Cencns. , t nf the 23d, publisheithe JlSrf th. United State, com, plete, and also the apportionment of repro MDUtioa. The total population m stated at 23 567,498. The Kepreseniauve popula tion 2l!832,525. Whole number of Repre sentstives, 231. The following States each hare a member added to the former num WofRenresentJtWei: Alabama, Connec ticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Msacnuseiw, maryiana, jus loan", New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Is land. Tennessee and Texas. This is a Telegraphic report, and there must be some mistake about it. Illinois is certainly entitled to one additional member Missouri ought to have another, and we do not see where Texas gets the population to entitle her to three Representatives. The Old Game. The Indiana State Jonrnal,and other Whiz papers at the north, are complaining that some of the southern journals require, as a condition precedent to their support, that Uen. colt suall give unequivocal pledges to sustain the com...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 May 1851

iuiSffiiiiiwSgpW OFFICE. RMUiUCTORV BR. 8. P. TOWNSEND'S COVMOHB CXTB.CT at 8ARSAPARILLA, Wm4ir wd BIMlnf f Dw Ag 7V m( rruMry Medicint tm A H'trrld I TUt F.strect kfotnptn Quart itUf--v it it tit tram cheapen ple.rter, and JBarrantod4Up4FKr tn tajr old-. It ram JtKraM K iUtOUt totmUMg. pttrgbig. uckMiig. or debilitating Ui Patient Tb vrwt Keaoar and niriorttr f thta Sampanlla -r alt etbar MiMttea 1, aiW it aratlioitea wUmu-s, it invigorate, the jdy. It u otx 01 (M vary mu SPRING AND SUMMER MKMCINT.S var knowa : ft aot anly avrifiaa tba vhnle -yttat and atreaffthemi th ftanon, o-trt it craatea. new, fi and ri-rh tmd ; a power poaaaued by an othar Medtortt. A ad in m liM tha crtnd secret f ita wood'erfal aseceat. It ha peif-inaed within the lat two tnn, mot tnan ana nanarea uifmyana careim setet cases n Tiama. at laaat, M.OOA war coniidered inrorndle. It faa saved dfea Itwaa of man tha la.000 eliildran tba threa pact aaaanita. 100,000 warn T eenerstt DcMlltj mnd want Nerruaua Knergy....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 June 1851

nBllOCBATIC BAHNBB POf LI8HCD BT I. j. PICKETS. TERMS Single ey,P',numilldTanoe' " $16 If BotpiwIwitWo thMtmonthf, - - - 200 .lthin the vear. ... 250 If0VBp(rtil b" discontinued unlessthe same be paii'raFt0U aisconnnuanc. ftattes of Advertising . TJw,inorlifi"t insertion, - - 75 Ee additional inseriton, - - - 38 veri? and qttrly advertisements at reas'on- ! rates. REMOVAL. The Banner Office has been removed from Main to Water Street, in the building lately oc enpied by J. Richardson. POETRY. TELL ME NO MORE. i, BY CABJtOLL EOKTESCtTX.' Tell me no more of the blooming flowers, Casting their seent oaths balmy alf, ' 4f ny-phfmed birds In the leafy bowers, "Whose songs are sweet, as their forms are fair. Tell me do more of the evening sky, : Whea sunlight fades in the urimson West Of the early star with its timid eye. Watching the day-god sink to rest. Though all have winning char mi for thee, Their beauty forever is lost to me. ' Tell me no'more of the early dawn, That over the world ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 June 1851

Hi ISIUS V:' V - v. 7 A ! DBM0CB1T1C BlfiNBR LOUISIANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1851. ......... ..... . Tberreihet. The river bhigbefaUhis point by aboutthreejfew months will show a great improvement in! feet, than it was during the freat freshet ofjthe appearance of the place. Progress is the:tjmes wfja he could formerly carry! His 1844. ' Some of our older citizens think it was wordand all we need to ensure the permanent! woodlands acquire a value they never had higher by a lew inches in 1828. We learn that.and lasting prosperity of Louisiana, is a lilileefore, from the ease with which his tim- all the towns north of this, situated upon low ground, are entirely flooded. Marion City, ij. t jai j.:. ,,.n if vamuiit uuimiikc auu niCAuuiit nic iuioiiii Hi. p.il i. .till ri.in; with mpudUkd r.. .nd pcm.of bum..., .Ml w.d .err... . Th. ,:,iii. r : r.nm .Kn.,.'nnndin(T rniin of trade to preserve its interests. pidity. ..The average width of it from above Hannibal to Clarksville a dist...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 June 1851

SJ . . . . )t nn gM""ll,,Wl" jg i uj aVathtntafjnnabw 1 iW 11 i'Hj -aw .'- 3w if " -w -' . v.' Deff.ltlon ofaakee. . .. . creatine no little ex S iaX comnercuI, politic.l and Cl J5 dv.the definition of a . i onnm. Yankee is an animation, checked bv moderation, guided by deter- mination, and supported by education. Um ham veneration, corrected by tolera .: urith lave of self-approbation and em- ..i.,: j when reduced to a state of aggravation, can assume the most profound dissimulation for the purpose of relation, always oembined, if possible, with specula A Mai live.Yankee. iust caught, will be found not deficient in the following quali ties: - He is self-denying, self-relying, always trying, and into everything prying. He is a lover of piety, propriety, notorl etv. and the temperance society. He is a dragging,gagging, bragging.stn ving, thriving, swopping, jostling, hustling, wrestling, musical, quizzical, astronomi cal, philosophical, poetical, and comical son oi a cnaracter, wnose...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 June 1851

oTFTSt MANUFACTORY D2. S. P. TOVNSEND'S kit sac r . --. - V. . . I aAaaArAAlijij C.'the city, and equally convenient to tbe Levee. U'ndw nd uihi r uu, iThe house, with its new additions, contains large Tht mmu dmrAai at Wnitt Tela Kstrsct pit ap ia Quart Bottiee; it it ea tiat cheaper, two hundred guests, With dining room Ot SUHlCieni feisr4r. ne warranted anterior . any apli It carer Jaatt1,;,, to neat Comfortably tbe above number. I amTMu b). itwMxaftiu rarjbaat aPRiNO and su.vmkr medicines aver known : it net only pariea the whole tyttem and alreagthene the uenna, hut it creates, new, purr and rich bloud ; a poser yinneweil by ao ether Medicine. And to tliia lie, the grand secret ef ha avuaaeriul enr-caec it hai peiti.rmril within tbe last Iwe ears, mors then ene hundred thoutaml rum af aeveie eater rt Swesee, at knit, ae.UO we.-c coniidered lucuraUe. It haa tared aae ores ef More than 14,000 children the three 100300 liners nT General UcMllty nervous Kticrgy De. S r Tewitanto'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. — 11 June 1851

If , ! nBUlQCRITICB A W NBS J. PI.CK.ENg. TERMSt SinleT.P'Mnuina,lTnce " $1S0 If Bot pajtf wRfciri three months, - - - . 2 00 If ot.nifd within, the year. - - - - 260 ftn hmtxf be discontinued uolessthe same be piidrtroDto the time of discontinuance. : ' pSatvs r Advertising. TVar" lines or lek, first insertion,. - 75 ! tddltWttKl uutriton, - '38 Tariwd oUry advertisements at reason- ,aje raxes, i . ; , flEMOV AL. . ?h0anner Office has been removed from Halt to Water Street, In th. building lately oe- . . , . ,. r ' -;, - . ; . , POET Bit i-. - ; " .' ' ' uni wimtu. ji; r. a ujvi,i are puji-firriBg, nd .pieWy ere&uwt.M tneoefteral and local constitutions. The dif- (nius of the accomplished author: , ,t" , . ; ROCKS AHEAD. , Stead, steady, gallant veMel; Hardaport obey the belra ; . Lest the breakers round the wrestle, ; : - . Lett the billowt overwhelm; t . Though so pleasant just at present Be the voyage thou bast sped, There is peril, stark aad sterile, Look you! in the rocks ...

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