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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 June 1851

DCMOCRiTIC BANNER LOUISIANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1851. PLANK ROADS. j The Democratic Banner is arguing with great seal and abilitv in r ..rh..A..mii. r plank road from Louisiana to Middletown. We;Prvdes that the Military Fund of each are sorry te tea that tbe ioterest of ihe citizens of, Louisiana is abating. We can assure them after, A fill nariiiil Af f ik nUl i rionen spades of public improvement more immediately and decisively beneficial. We hope the Banner will continue to ware on the ork until the people aeteruaue to consummate it. St. Louis Times, . It is true that we have urged the impor tance of. this improvement with some zeal We have shown the advantages that must result from it, not only to the city but to the country around us. This position must be self-evident to every one who will take tbe trouble to examine the subject for him self. A Plank or MeAdauised road is the road far the farming community. Such a road would he of more solid and substantial benefit 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. — 11 June 1851

81 TEIEGR1PH. from the St. Lovis Daily Txtnu. I Later from California. ARRIVAL OF THE OREGON. V. ; Nxw York,' June 3d. The Oregon bas arrived from Chagres. Business btfl 0u uupmveuauu prospects re recovering. The steamer Union "brought 00 pass Mffflre. and f 160.000 in gold dust The Orgon brought To passengers, and .fi00.000in sold: and the Republic 200 nassenffsrs, end $1,000,000 in gold. The whole amount received has been $2,600,000 besides what was in the hands of passengers, probably $1,000,000 more. ' At Gorgona, Miller's Hotel was struck with lightning,, and one man killed. The wet season had set iu Iw o weeks ear lier than usual. - v. Some 300 passengers were waiting at Chagres for the Falcon to New Orleans. The passengers of the Gold Hunter were not allowed to land at Tehauntepec A severe earthquak e occured at.Yalpa raise. ' - - The minners in California were reaping a rich harvest. Considerable progress has been made by the commissioners in forming a treaty with the Indian...

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 June 1851

Im t-i HANUrACTOHV TOWNSEND'S DR. S. P. .. VMMrOUM KIT ACT 9f ARSAPARILLA, S IVassde am ittewelnf mt tkt Age. ' IV asset fZfrMriiWy Mrdici'ne ia Ikt ll'srM I Tnk Katraet ! pit np la Quart Bottle ; it it six lines cheaper. "?S?!!'!f.T"T"l"K' ""T"" " mnT,"?y ""fl nitheat eonutrrif, pu reins. sKksiang, or debtlustuif Ike I'atierit. rw r- b.vuy .rt Z.r rf u,i. o.r.!.. ow .il ether Medicines, i. white it eradicates dueua, it iutigomet the It to M of the Mr, best FJUNO AND SUMMER MEDICINKS rtr tan : it Mt aal, forines tie whore system and itreacthnis the person, hat tl creates, aeer, nurs anil rich Mom : a una-ar mm or a. an sieajcine. Ma an it, at trrud secret of rat woedsifsl eaccees It has perfumed within the last two Ma, saora thaa no linndred tnaaeend rare af sarere earaa of disss ee, at leeet, MOW nn conaidered incurable. It haa saved da Missel esore tau M0X children Uw thra nut mum. MM MUM m tscawral Debility mm wut of Hanaii Kaarsrjr. Da. S f. Twmtrt Samparilla Invigorates the who...

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 June 1851

a- n ISHO C R A T I C B A M NB It V a. j.ricauewg. ' " TERMS Single eepy, advance, - $1 60 .tHthi three months. - - 200 . .J attain the Tear. - - - - 2 60 Nopapei!"1 be discontinued ualesstbe earn be paid fer sj to-the tine ef discontinuance. . j. : Rates ejf Advertising. Twelv lines erless, first insertion, - - 75 Eti-fc aidltUnii insert toe, - - 38 .Tserly aad gaaxterly advertisements at reason able rates RITMOVAL. TheTJanner Office Lae been "removed from Main to Water Street, in the building lately oc cupied by J. Richardson. " , POETRY. , THE OLD ARM CHAIR. IT ILIli COOK. ,?"" I love it, I love it, and who shall dare To chide no for loving thUU nu chair? I'm traatiut it Iniw a sainted DllZe. Tve bedew'd it with tears, and embraced it with sighs; ' " Tis bound by a thousand bands to my heart; Not a-tie will break, not a link will start. 'Would ye learn the spell? a mother sat there, And a sacred thing is that old arm chair. In childhood's hour I lingered near, The hallowed seat w...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 June 1851

3 ,;.! t'l : ! t . - . ( i .. ....... WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE.18, 1851. i rr"T"'i - . . !.'.-.. i '. 1 'II (II - will be held at the M etWutCfaurcb, to-morrow -wesing, for lb purpose of promoting the cause Lf the Plank Road wnerellyii JWeiere, pleased a tee our citizens marching up tothetT jduty en --this Impirtit subject rBetw.eehf !fiW ahd ten -:! ' jit 1 .1 '.il. itfci,.! in li'lst inousana uoiiers nave iKtu iuuMiuu v;Dfe perw.uc? .. Vr.TT. ipiised, Therej'shduld be a general turn puj.tt- morrow evening. ,- come, ana mm u I work 'destined to prove so beneficial to Louis- - iim and the surrounding country, f Jf We learn that Major James Jones, ef tlda dence; of'ColeVa. His illness, we understand, was of snort'durationi ; He wa's urtwell in the morning of .tie'day but apprehended no serious .dabger until .about noon, when cholera manifest-i , ed iUelC in U mosVfppallinfcsy mptomsi , V) Major Jones was an estimable citizen, and dies .'universally regretted. He has held many pub - He...

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 June 1851

B TELECRAPH.- , Vjcmbcboh, June lit j'-.i off this moraine between 2&.V.i'rMemin.WhiK candidate for Con siWud General Smitb,6f Jackson.Demo-r.-inA1aU. ; SmiUTwat wounded in h. .h'hnWer if the fifth round." The diffi .' Miltvrii?ina&d " Mr. Smith's writting a eU(.r to l0e of the papers, and having it publubed wjiicn he stated that Freemen . iard arid libeler. - The affair has caused gret excitement. . ' .ASHiiiGTOic, June 13 p. m The Republic has dispatches from an Official source, aiaung mai me murmuin on the Bearer Island had murdered a man en trifling grounds;, the inhabitants are greatly exasperated, and bloodshed is an ticipated. , ' .. i ... . The Indian, 'Commissioners in Oregon .have concluded a treaty with the Cantor nia Indians, by which they cede to the Uni ted States a tract of country 180 miles long and 80 miles wide these lands are among the most valuable in the Wallamate Valley. . , : 7 ' '-. .11 i The department has issued special in structions to the East Ind...

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 June 1851

3D? EDWJtgaMS . Of riCt MANUFACTORY DR." S. P. TDWNSEWD'S S A R SA PARILL A, Wusxler awl Biasing ear I He Ago. TW easel ra-rreereVMore Mtdtfint in fie HWM f Tele Kjrtreet pet np hi Qnart M-J; it M six tiMs cheaper, f leaeaBlar. aud warranle4 enperinr to wit eriM. It r.on Jinw wilaoat fomiliog. panrine;, sickeiunr;, or dVnilitatmt; the Patient, Th rrrat beaotr and ewperrmty of tliis Sanapenlla over ell other MmVinei is, while it raJicitUs disease, it imejoratea the bod j. It u Mte of tbt eery beat , - - , BPIUNO AND BUMMKR MKDIC1NKR ever kansro : it not ear? purines the whole srstea and strengthens the perse, bat it create aew, nore ajvl rich blond ; a power ymiiiri hy an other Medseree. ADd in this lies the grand secret of Ma srenderfal eacesa It baa perfarned wrthia the last two Jean, BKire thaa oaa handled tbmnaasl rnree of were eases rf taeaaa, at leant, M,H were ctmidered inrorahle. It hat aavad Die lives of am thaa 15.0UO ehildraa tiie Ibraa past seasons. 100,000 i os" Gmml Deb...

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 June 1851

I v ( t ..t I, ..... - , , . ... - , , -. ,t i''' t' ' , , v III ' - -- .-r-Y-r-rr-r-T--irr-Tr ' - rt 'I'HT'aTlt VI i I "f UJ-i'il mi-io'l-. sw 1 .i'.l if vi .V..I i ' '! l l'n ( M-lr -.in ti -."i.v .r -:; trr t:tir : mat! If Ezakiel be. Camp, of BurjEutlftfyitl has resided on r.tjesnriow for thirtyr eight years, JnyMllWP1 m I. II Ifl.EJI I IV. 1 II Bill y 111 L.l " II " N U U ' ' :C .A TALI t 1 II I II III I M I w -it Mid iJib-w7w! ' "; ' ,76 . 38 ..ilEMO,VAlfe.v , Tha iawr Otilct hat been temoved from iitua ib 'rtreti'in ihi building UeljW: cepiad ,bj J . KictardaoQ. THE BELLS.1 ? ' ' Mav I k for corner fn your iper forthU7if, which to me from among the ills and whote melodr was o often in my ear ftatconia ftoftejB.ajBdintf ytm;.Tn oe. lot' DOof Ti ktara fe the deep .wood by the brook aide i at night rail at 4ay break when doe be not beat them, if be fovea the country and luteal to th 'Chiminfr of the Bella.' " TtiafnntiM hrnnk that naver atoM it COQTe annlieht or atarlieht: the b...

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 June 1851

i 0 v.. D 'ft DGFJOCaiTIC DANNDR uotnsuirA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, J WE 5, 1851. Th Selection of Judge. We are proud toee so little disposition among the people generally, to make thif important lection a political test or partisan, jcramble.- ,Toia la an evident desire on the part or.soaie small potatoe politicians, to get op aw excitement jsa the. aabjeot that might exert an Influence of , this sort '- But we feel confident W attention whatever Will he given to ihsm; '1 Their efforts wlll.all be in vain. 'pureleii1ightened and in corrapUye, uJidtsry, it more desirable, by far, than tH.nTOentgTsUDcion itiendaat upon apeUy ply; triumph, , to, the seal of political excitement ignorant and , incompetent men are totyan. seLrcled 1ft fill office of much less; impor tance. The danger, however, to community, can eve be so great as the election of judicial bffi- cere.' ' iio improper tnnuences should be allow edto have any weight." "Nothing should be tol- eraied calculated in the least to dive...

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 June 1851

ir7WTr - T 'RRWAL OPHE CRESCENT CITY. S iNwr fois, June 19. CrescentCity from Chap-res ..:. Sn Fncisco,dates to 15th May has iustarrii she floes not bring the mails,1 M tStf-aj1 refuted to allow them to come on in bf ' TtrCherokee had not arrived etChagres 01 tbi 8th, when the Crescent City left Chsgret. She brings five hundred and twen jyoetieugers and $77,000 in gold dost, jfan Francisco is again in .ashes: smoke snd flames ascending from several squares of oar city, as if the God of Destruction bad Mated himself and all his ministers of des- traction upon the ruins of our devoted city ctd its people. ' About 1 o'clock last night the cry of fire startled everv one like an earthquake. The fire had just commenced in a paint shop on tbe west sido ol rorumouui square, acjoin jng what was formerly the Bryant House, bat more recently, the American, it was ' but a slight blaze when -first seen, but in a MW minutes the whole upper story was in flames; before Um engines could get- upon 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 June 1851

u tj -x JM' M IV- - I ' ' f i 1 f U t 0 f I - I- u i i . ":: . - . "a.. . ID? T&TTTf81 Of k -, ttAMUTACTOay OS. 8.F; TOWNSllfD'S .-''J . amaaauaa nHcr as ' i 8AR S A F AHILLA. Waiirlar auaat lilaaaliia; mt tha Aa. TV mmm nmmiinmtf -Knliitm ia ar WmrU I Taw Kalract ia pal ap ja Snarl BiSllaa; H ii its tmm ahoapar. fimnarinuraM. hvaraaUiaaaaa wHooai maMting. fr0fe afekoaint acdahUiMiw U Pint ffnal baaa, mod aaparinarty of taia aanaparilia mmr all araaa MaaMaaa ta. wfcil k wateaMa liiaaaa, A mviforaua ah ). : II ia M of Uaa rarj baa WR1NO AMD StmiiUl MEDICINES wwtown ; Boat aadraaintiaa baa alaaltarataaiiaJitiiai'Ojtaa w Parana, aai eras tea. ar. fara am aca mm ; (an t ii 1 1 lT anataar Modteiaa. Aad ft duafcx taarrand aecurt of iaj awmdarful aaanan It baa iiartnnnad wit Ma 6m Urt lm raaft, aaora flMaoaa hnalrad thoaaaiMl emaf aatar. eaaaa f liiaaaa, at taaat aoaua wrw emtajdcrad NararaMa. It taa aarad taa araa sf mot. taa 1.000 ckildraa tka tferaa paat aaaaou. al BaMllt auut waatt...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 July 1851

.. . ' -. - r :- : ftiA; f-jR p'lCHKW s''""; '(at (VfrjS i xi.Jf BRMS TV-.. gtetlaT f "0UIB,n advance, ! -II no pW wifUibree months,1 - " -' VfliLwil" the year, ' J-' ' ' ?Tfo'iBTiff discontinued unlesslne same - (rta of Advertiglng.. Twewef$OTis, first insertion. 75 EaettK.4lAieritoa,- 'r- ' i '-' '' 38 tl 50 .,;.,:-t'.-jj .. ) ' - no -I -. ... , i .... K.tj mniBjjftQa hs. Jbeen. removed .from Mj ta Wattr Stncitiia the building lately oo- tenpWby, Jr Richardson, i -'L . rv -' .n Xl Iff ll..VT. iC,.,,,.-: .! .,! ' j A great numae?, of .-; personal wba , knew ; the WwjPr34r--Ti professor of the col lege M' surgaos, Tetiredfrom business, I succeeded him.and raft?' favftea,hcard ... iklnh relate!,; i,,. . : .. . !.- i j' v ' . . : "Unitsd Wa Stand Divided Wa Fa1l."'! ;VOL6j3 LOUISlANAPIKBCOUNTYrMISSOUR jfeStyjifc Tb wre at preset do iittl. nufr wfre across w animal, akin 1 '0' ,XJ MttMSi 1VEAFD- finer orlio fc .sttuckY ".VT" . Jt--Il. a j i-'rVi closely f6dna hisr arm,' wr 6sJitVffin t...

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

DBDOgBlTie BlMi WEDNESDAY UOKmtgtbL't 18S1' . 2" Rxaevai. A Richardson, oar Worthv and ost Master at this bleee. has b-. vfoved, and Thorn a. E. Williams annoi- k his fJ,M- -iru3r , . . . The fact ie renovai wuncciYva uj our c;tintb considerable degree of . . Zj j j - . .i iwipruey"" - b-m-s w -gain mo mvu - wwiran- Xt auaur iwiiu, im BfcAKta J te.nl tnAM citation, were signed by almost every be. Uur citizens complain, and wunmucn 'reason too, that Urn office of Poet Master, being one in which they are deeply interest- ed, should not in justice be transferred with' .out consulting their wishes. may be well qualified, and is a 'gentleman for whom we entertain the greatest respect But U must be admitted that Sqaire Rich er dson, as a prompt, attentive and obKgrog ' officer, can not bo excelled. We Lave nev er beard a whisper of complaint against bis conduct, or an intimation of desire n the part of either whig or democrat, to have lia removed.' ft is quite true (hat tba De partment po...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 July 1851

v. i Va' I " - .... - I From the St.' Looli Union. " T A large and Darin Bobbery. Savannah, Mo. June 24th, 1851. , R. Phillip: A bold robbery was perptaUdot,li't0WI, 00 tbe l9th ,nst- jofa large amount which has created con siderable excitement A gentleman by the i name of Stalbap doing business as a mer- cheat tailor an estimable and honest man, had bit dw''ng house entered by the back r. Wkr.nl midniehtwhile himself and fami- i. i.r. uleeD. nnd a trunk taken out of1 the hie broken open and robbed of three thousand she hundred dollars, in gold and paper money, besides other valuable papers. .The tragic was found in the morning in the . g-arden,Hpened, and the contents, with the exception of a few gold coins, which had been hastily dropped by the rogue or rogues, all gone! Mr. Stalbup had just completed bis arrangement to start to St. Louis, and by this misfortune feels himself utterly ruin eaVNo elue, as jet to the robber. The gen C "eral impression is that it must have been " comm...

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

I 4 V fondeaeyj U raiae Tm a thai aiedicin. --aa" nkoat mrraaii r- aaeeeedi i 3D?- WdDWM,? S E-SJS'SHnrti'fl p 1 9KX 1 ' i iiiiuiihihiiiif -j 1 - - irtfttj OK. S. P. TaWNSEND' iOMrovRt ksrmer r S A R S A F ARIL LA. Womear aWd Blreelna; or tha Ago. 1U Mt Mrntfiui) M'Hcint .in lie Vmrti I That Kxtrest it pat bp in Qeert Bottle. : it eis Ihw cheaper, r, and warranted suitor to ant rull. It oore. JweaM , withoatronrttng. nngiiig.semng;.orddbilitatingtlie ratieat The great berety and' eaperi-irity of tail Saraaperilla orer all other Medicines is. white it erad.cetea dUcwa, it urigoraln tht noaj. ii ai one m we rery oen : 8I-RINO AND SUMMER MSDICIKES var known it not only perigee tha whole ay .tern and strengthen, the penna. Dot H creates, dcw, para an4 -rich blood ; a power iaiaiail by an othar Madk;ia(f.' And hi Miia Ua Uia craBd Moral nl iu woodarfol aaeean. it ku parfcraieJswitUia m iiul two Taari, Mora than oaa haoarad liHwaud oafaa ol attara caw H aiaaaaa, at laaat. ao.000 wcra cons...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 July 1851

" i.-f " f- jt ... . r fj j i f 1 D350CRAT1C BAMNBR; rCLItBEO BT . A. J. PICKENS. TEBMSi '.$kgl'Jti1i pr t.asmm,iB advance 'if not paulwttWn Arte months, - ' . - $160 200 Vtf tUd within e yfar, 2 SO .?lb pejper wiffba dhicotirinuta unless the same 5 p iaiJr 0p0e time of discontinuance. .i'ft'Jw 'j i ' '''''' , Twelve Iie-otie, first insertion, -., -. 75 Enh idifMtn! inseritoo. - . - "- - ? 38 '' 1 Yearly ai4 jiaiUrly advertisements at reason- abte fetes,,-r" ..' ' . From the St. Louis Republican. Historical Sketches No. Til. i irj. M. PECK. tThe recent .unusual rise in the "Great j KiTer"--for this is the true Aboriginal name I Mississippi, (as Marquette first wrote it,) ' FurnishrtN occatioh for some historical sketch fepkt-m4r floods;' 'V:; .-I y WhUe De SotJ and his party wer at an - jadiaa-wiMagwj uu tKo western bank of the iRio Graud, as thl Spaniards called the rjver, which, from its elevated position,' in dicates the site of Helena, in Arkansas, in March 1542,' there was a ri...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 July 1851

u W ; : sssmmmsmnmBS si -ZllZ f DGHOCRATIC BANNER ;.r WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1861. -election of Jfidces. ' It should be remembered that this important election will toon be upon us, and every voter 4 should be prepared to casta judicious vote. ".This j we are glad to see; is to be no contest Tor r the success of partizan schemes, but is to be de cided entirely upon the merits and qualification? of the aspirants. There are ten candidates for v the .Supreme Bench many of them pcessiitp eminent qualifications for the omee. Some are Whigs and some are Democrats. $fot as to their political persuasions, we hear no enquiry. For the election of our Circuit Judge, there will be no contest.' Judge Well, (he present tncum bent, has given general satisfaction during the . time ha habeen acting in that capacity, and will .' be elected without opposition , Ho is a geoe man of sterling integrity, a sound lawyer ami "nuke a most prompt and efficient offiqer r In regard o the SopremefCoUrt, witl...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 July 1851

. 9 f 16 Hi 6 S'f w. I' i Vfeeki later tromCalifnia. sr i,W vert continue rumor or Indian irakiet ia the nortfe" pert of the State; .w"--l"- . . a" . . . I jttetcemmwaionp- " g , with excelleflsaccess in pacifying the ,. t - . ' .iiina. . f , ', , . -The ree'ent na( e&ect on the ' UrkeU. VThaacuoi nou8es were, aoing most ecUf bu"e"- Clothing, toot 'r shoes, &c.Ver'e'rtfnely dull,and,except 'fVefew Pnces were ien per cam. r eaaieitb0 the 15 of May .--"rtiifeainers Northerner and New Or- ' tnrried at Panama on the 3d of June ifafmer with $500,000 and 125 pass enfcrand the latter with $400,000 in gold j passengers. San . Francisoo Alta California, of 3 1 st. says ur city is aeaio built. In our last issue r the States we told of its destruction an 'now of its restoration. Xhesetwo hres did S3 317 KJnohave as much effect on the' prices of . -,'gCds as was anticipated.owingi the great pant of goods on shipboard and the arri- I ft of large cargoes. . . liTiThe Whig and Democratic p...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 July 1851

it' J-. 11 - . " : i '( r '..-.', '( 'v' - 1 - ' - it I, - 7 'i f i uuwMXKWiW fcJ 1 wflinmilAlil iiuitiL"" . i - ------ - . aCMWtSVMrMWVnVM I . r r 44 .U afT I ' Will I1IIT1.I. J ' t r M I AV aMW AS VIa.e.naI....XIU I'i I ' . . .Of fiCt .,71- HAWifACTORyu DR. S. P. TOWWSEND'S ef B A XI SAP. AH 1 1. LA. Tliia Kctrsel M nut an in Ouart B-ittlvf . Haiti liarliewc. i MHatcr, anrl awuiM upr6nr4o any . It f a.-a. nrv :f ""'TTk rr'' J-ha araat tuitr au4 i:Deriontr uf tbi SuaNfllll ortr n oflfcr lWiHaj ia," Irkileai. atadmlM aisnsa, it inrigoratw the V.. 1 a. r ftu SPRING AND UMMKR MI:DICtNE.S ..ar kaowa : K net niy aniMat thaanystrai und u'tigtli roDU". the Mnoo, bat it warn, as, pur. mai. rira liiwi ; a ik 4 Knaml tf ai mliir MhMm. And ia tW Im Ui. rrwiij crrlr of m wonaanut aueccat. It bat p.rfiTWa.1 arilh n ti. laatMol jraan, aioia tbaa ou iuu-iira innucana runs at act pwrn diiaaia, at htut, .00t wer conltl imrarabl. -ft Iw aid th.Ure.ofaiiKaU)talt.iiUOikaU.are.pitM,. ir aanil Uebtllty ...

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