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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 August 1846

n 3 : ? ' 3 r- ' v "; ' Ti ! FAUSTED Al-'iJ i Regularly on ever'' fcurae;. r? jonr' r. t n c I; .-. ? , i3 OP II IPO 8 SI h 5BB1b, ty J2 'i-i fe a U 89 t:A h.4 ri THE FLEET MARRIAGE BY AN liMSHMA.V. Lady C-- was a beautiful vodk.i bat Lady C .1:1 extravagant v. on.:; ;S. r. MUURAY, Kwrua. I Tcr.ns-.-v inilvaacej J2 03 in uw-.j 3 end year. J. F. THOMAS, Published, i .ma.i-s, v ofced to li&i iu-.I Ibrcd h,.r thcrt..iSiib. ti.0 appearance f thi,i.!H ' s. -X; " of ,1 v 'l .1 I MT if T- Gen5r t- i j , : .i ... ... " sai.i .it , "tiiai. on sc eiia lo ice I very much 81 Menvican Hunt are serving in the arm v under jvel.ness to". -ear ,y and nar re- ardc,, me. r.iy lacy, ,1 ,s veil fciiuwn UIU r ,y ,--,.., ;OJ.n; yonH. -!ei,r, priw,M, that thc?deelinc v. - - , . ' V . strive us some account c .tr l.i.; she Stli.- Shc was still Siii'ic, t:io ran; or :! trcmc vf'.'-t'i. J-ji'zc rnoxl had loo ori lov fused wg as tvi.-r. v o.i remained iij:n:.--i"r" '!- r LadyC !:a jff;in lf in t!:e .. !.'....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 August 1846

DBMOCBiTJC BANNER. UHITED WE TANI, DlVITED W FALL.1 It is expected hat Congress will adjourn on the 10th of August. Much important business must be hurried through before that day or left unsettled. The bills for the graduatiou of the price of the public lanos, the improvement of the great western riv ers, the adjustment of the Jaritl lor reve nue, the establishment of an Independent We return our thanks to the Hon. E. Ilubard of Virginia, and the Hon JohnlW. Tihbats of Kentucky for copies, of their speeches on the bill for the reduction of the lanll. So far, this has certainly been one of the warmest and driest summers, which we have ever w itnessed in this State. The o-rowin" croii uf corn, is again beginning statement will not be doubted by any man in Pike county. Louisiana, .Wo., August 1, 18-16. It seems to be the opinion af some that Joseph Richardson, Esq., was prevailed upon to become !a candidate fur the office of County Justice by those whose whh it was to injure the elect...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 August 1846

... i fiA HI L ' , g rota what we can learn, th it this is a much DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. t ;tJ"I loved my wife,' said a wag, at first OBiier coumrv : .r ... ..;..,: ... , thc .:,,lon Vost w e ni))1 an accoi,tof .as much as evci any body Iid love a wife.1 saw a temple reared by the hands of any oi w .;r,ur.i -.-...ve-,, .... a most destructive conflagration wliielii or 1 ie lwo first ir.ontus, I actually wanted to m"n standing witl BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT de reared by the ith high pinnicals in the dis- erop cIdom,or neveri.su to mature, ai"t ! broke ont in Nantucket on Tuesday the Mth i j- I t "l' an(l CVcr sl,,ce 've becn sorry, ""t plain. Hie storms beat upon it the t. .tii '"i i . - r p L t , '. . lddiit. j God of nature hurled his thunderbolts a- youreapa Don,. ,fu hnrvest M.mber inst. Ttic ino was first discovered in the gainst it-and yet it stood firm as adamanl here JS cquahf not snpenorlo ....uof any Halstoro of Win. II. lieary from whence JThe trial of O P.Rockwell which! R dry was in ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 August 1846

PIKE CIRCUIT COVET In vaeatim. Ic'.h Jun", ISio. P.liti,r. for Partition. William H Jor.cr, Miekael F Jo;u-s ana Eliza beth. J Jor.ss, iiilly C Jones and Susannah Jcucs, by their guardian Dabr.cy Jones, vs. Jeremiah Stark a:;3 Mary Ann Stirk, his wife ami William Jones,: jr. "1VTO W at lids dav the scid petitioners file in r the Cbrk's oiii: of sai l Court the ir p:ti-i linn. i-(iri:n:i lv aflidavit. therewith fiic.i, for partition tf ccit'in Heal EUc of liamsou J vac j dced-ned, lying in said cs.ai.iy of 1'lLe, to wit: the north cTistTu-.itcrof scrtiur.S"). in towmship 55 n., r. -1 w.f.nr acres in the southwest corner of the n v.- tor.-.rt-:r of section Lo. wv.i l.i, r.cres m south part oi'the c.;t iir.lf of ihc south east quar ter of sccJion mi sll ir. s;ui'.e tuwtiship and ranpc, enl eo;;!ai.i:.c: the quantity of two h;m (Jrci snJ three acres.," more cr less. The ohject of said Mj'titiun is to oi'tain partition of said lands amin:r saul petitioners aiut s:;u iHUiuisnis. i-.i-irs ...

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 August 1846

H..-JJL-LLi".UlllJ 1 A. JlflOffBimMAMU. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED StguJartj on evert Monday .Mrnirg BT JOHN r. THOMAS, LOUISIANA, PlK COVXTY, MlSSOUMI. IIMJIEL F. Hft'nKAlf. Editor. From the Odd Fellows, Magazine. THE BURIAL: A FRAGMENT. By T Fisk. It wu lammer. J he tun shone proudly JIIiliTIC Mm. s. F. MURRAY, Edito. J Ter.ns $2 in .dvar.ee; $2 50 in 6 mo,.; $3 end year. J. F. THOMAS, Pu.lhe. VOL. 2 LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, ,846. r N0. 21 downnpon inegay nasi inai rose above t..elren aniinn a tresu durr grave. The Cnf- w'ii!e he ,. l .,...i , bi!lows-he blushing charms -Jsprin-were; f t was lovered into it final r-s:in:r p!ace, indued f.,rV,,nrtl. 1 1 t'T-. ?. t,,e or thejob. You'd have laughed passed, and the stanmer glow of lovHi,,eSs.t;.e , of solitude ami .J!: ttZ: 1 faftj nau sucirru. me wotKitunus were gay!1"!"'" i.im w no was so loveiv aud beautiful for nature had clothed them; long er ; thi. crossed the dark a . i a... it iii .... in an ner surpassi...

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 August 1846

THE BANNER. TJklTBD WE STAKP, DlTIDXD WI TALL." LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY. AUGUST 17. The election is now over; and though we did not succeed in all of our expecta tions, we shall not despond; but return to our work with renewed energy, and a more determined resolution. We are now cut -off from all hope of anj official patronage irom the county, and must werefore rely olely upon our efforts to render our pa per acceptable to our readers' hoping by that means to merit a liberal patronage from therioriE. A systematic effort hat been made to choke us off; to strangle us oat of existence; but we cannot think that a liberal and .high minded people who detest proscription for opinions sake, will be will ing to see us sacrificed. To them we ap peal to sustain us in this our day of need; and we feel sure that our appeal will not be made in vain. We shall do all that we cat in our feeble way to make eur paper interesting tj the community generally, while we shall be unswerving in the sup 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. — 17 August 1846

' We.giveWW the returns so far U we have received them fromta dinereniparta of the State. J ' First Congressional district Th major itv for Wright native, over Bowlin, dem., in StLouU count,? is' 211. .Majority a- gainst the new Constitution 2502. Cape. Girardeau county has giVett Bow' Jin 500 vote ewer Wright for "UongrfessV' ( Scott eounty hat given ,Bowiin 75 votes aver Wright :. " TP"' Reynolds eottnty has given Bowjin a a a jority of 240 'votes, and. a, majority against t;ie oonsuijiuon or znv. . . MddiaoH has given Bowlin 362 majority and amaionty tu.ass lof the constitutipn. Jeffersdn'has given Bowlin 320 majority, and a majority against the constitution. of! 165 Shannon has given Bowlin 25 majority; J. Chilton,is elected representative. . NevrMttlrid is said to have given Wrightj about 300 iriajority; and about 250 against the cogitiUtion. . - Jfc The majority in this district as fat as heard from is about 1000 for Bowlin, and 3900 against the new Constitution. Second Congre...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 August 1846

EDI TOIl A J.u:naa beuig made up ex pressly f stand kicks, eufl, eompliaeatB nd coppers with ft eod met. tie is "supposed to know every thing, except how the coca-nut obUuieth its oulk. Ver ily, "be bath deeiL" .. j a . . t ti i - ignoring man ieii uown yesieruay i . ... . near the Mjuod, overpowered bv the ray?WM' 7 ai.it00P h" f the sin, and sen expired. -St. Loufc J" ly d-tingiiiehing mark a-p-;... r I hero and common people. IT'Thomas Ross, a well-known burglar, went into a house, on Foutreentl ateeet yesterJay; knocked down a young worn ii present, and commenced breaking open time trunks. Becoming alarmed he ted, but was overtaken and arrested. St. itouts American. I5Bugs on squashes, are repelled by sprinkling a mixture of soot and sulphur on tiie young pi ami wane wet wiiu aew in hk morning. JJ"A ladj once borrowed a dictionary AH 112 fit a .. rtra Mriifninrf i book, she was asked bow she liked it? "Oi renliad the. fair nni. tlie wnrrla are. heat'tl. fuf, but I don't think mu...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 August 1846

DEMOCRITIC BiNNfiR. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Re&ilarlg on every Monday Siorning Bf JOHX F. THOMAS. Louisiana, Pike Cocntt, Mm ouai. SAMUEL F. MUBBAT, EO-or. INDEPENDENT TREASURY. The passage of the Indepencent Treasury bill has given the Whig press an opportunity to ra-open their batteries uponthe Democ racy. The bitterness of their assaults, indi cate how deeply they were interested in procuring, if possible, the defeat of this leading mearure of democracy. They e Ton go so far as to assert that it has been condemned and repudiatedjby the people; to prove which they refer to the Presidential election of 1840. But they must know well that the independent Treasury bill re ceived the signature of President Van Bu ren on the 4th of July 1840. We believe, had the Presidential election come off in June, instead of November, the result would have been the same. We therefore deny that the cnacmcnt of the bill in July- Lad a preponderating influence in bringing about that disastrous result...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 August 1846

VkItrd we stand, Divided uk rAtt." LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, AUGUST 24. 2?" Owing to bad luck wc are some KaIiiiiI nnp romilav rimi rr a V ' r j -i j r j i i in one minute of tnc hour setter adpurn Our devil made an awkward move thw ' . .J which gave a majority of more than 6,000 a gainst the new Constitution, nearly 30 1 M' countiei are yet ti bo heard from wbicn wi.i probably increase the majority against it to some 7 or 8 thousand. The bill making , an appropriation of $ 200,000 for the purpose of negotiating peace with Mexico, and which passed t In- House on the 2th inst; was defeated in the Senate by the management cf Mr. Davis of Mass. He took the floor on a pr-.poserf (amendment, and purposely kept iUill with- Istr.kd he hr.d s-vtr.il reasor.s for not vet-Jcially after feeing the instrument which lie isi- tV.r him. Ci;e Was that z wr.s nn oris- fcrui'&c &e. T!::-t i.e w:-.s nelas clever a fellow as Rabbi;;?; and that Robhin3 was a poor man, and people ought to vole...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 August 1846

The manufacturtn of Pennsylvania and those in their interest have burned the Hon. George M. Dallaj In efligyi For what? j Why, for carting his vote according to the dictates of his Own judgment, and his own conscience. He prefered the ad valorem revenue Tariff to the iniquitous tariff of 1842 with its minimum and specific duties. He was not willing that the wealthy manufacturer, under a nominal duty of 30 14irFacKas:cs Of assorted merchandise received per steamer Dial which we offer at less than usual nrieei. Call and we'll show you a good stock to select luui, ana convince you mat-we are ouering tome , BLOCK fit BETTS, Louisiana, August, zoui. per ccflt,hould actually be protected at the Notice is hereby Given, lo all creditors or others interested in the estate of Wm. J. Brown, deceased, that at tae .November term of the Pike count rate of 200 per cent., to the great detri went of the farming and laboring classes generally. On cotton goods of a certain quality a duty of 30 per cen...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 August 1846

Sack G A and L R halt, superior SALT! SALT!! w nmnrri: Vommha and 50 tacks U k)D Alum and Liverpool Salt in beit ordtr rece1veatnaior.BLocK&co May23, 1846. MOLASSES. Barrels New Orleans Molasses, a good ar tide, just M for. DRApR. 6 Taxes! Taxes!! The assessment list for the town of Lou :.: - f.(l, nrasnt nr. lias been com laiana ' -" - j t pleted; and will remain open to the inspeo tion of all. persons interested, at the office t .i rf-ii V .fil.. T J ArTriiaflf till til OIU1C VierJC OIUl AMiuru v Monday the 22d day oi V V V1UVSV w. J w w the pressent month, at which time the Board r T..,ofani ;it ait a Court of anneals to III A J uoiv. w ... . . Lesr and determine all appeals from said as sessment. P. DRAPER, Assessor of the town of Louisuna June 13th, 184C. Important Information ! ! WE beg leava respectfully to remind our friends that many of tham haw accounts cncolced for the last rear. These must be attend ed to immediately, and we further request all per sons indebted to n...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 August 1846

f:. ft! VOL.2. TERMS OF THE, BANNER. $2 in advance; 2 50 at the end of the volumn No man's Daoer will be discontinued unlet the same be paid for up to the time of its disco ueutin- anee 33- AD VERTISLYG done very lutv. E . All letters on business must be"post paid A UHU5T OTUitX. BY A COUXTRT physician. The life of a physician brings him in contact with many strange events, and that of country practioners is often ma Je tip of as great variety of incidents as the city could afford. The following incident the writer of this can vouch for as having ocenred as related and if it did not turn out a "real ghost" at least it came very near being one. The initials only of the parties are given. Dr. G '--as the principal physcian in t!ie village -of S in ilassachussrtts. He had been attending an infant child ofica" bc "id of a man is that he has no en" t . ennes. Let any one undertake to sneak n v, inner cnunle. whose residence van '.t . ... ,i . . - . . . . . :f " - j o r uM Jill mm. S. F. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 August 1846

3 rH r 11 E BAN JV E .R . USITEB Wfe STAND, DlVIDED AVE FAIL." LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, - AUGUST 31 In the last Banner an error was inadverl - entry made in regard to the time when tlic Circr.it Court would sit in Bowlinjj-GreenJ The session commences cn next Monday, the 7th day of September, and not on the 3rd Monday in September as before stated. The new Constitution having been reject- . ed by the people, the question must now re eur to them, what shall be done to remedy the evils of the old one? The present sys tem of representation, is of itself a crying evil which calls loudly for reformation, ine quality of representation, is in fact the gieatest evil which could be engrafted up on the Constitution of a representative Government; for without equality of repre isntatton we can not expect an equality of benefits and burdens, but the very de sign of the government itself must be de feated. ; The system of representation un det which we now labor, is more unequal, than that o...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 August 1846

Pardon thine enemy, and do h,m cood as tK ltstOppoTtimi, nd thou will resem , jSKSL thajnlls withpurfume th. that ronSunieS it. ' C.leridzc, wLo'wmA very awkward I: onle ascoidby a wag, who re- ruler, was once . juliaritv. . yoang man, did you meet a tailor I -:iV, j 1.1 7 JVfffel replied Mf C., (who was 4 loss for a rejoinder, VI did, ,and me if I went on a little furt!ier that! tie roaar (who was never he tola should meet goose . . , The assailant was struck dumb, while the traveller jogged on. 5rf-It is wondered how in the world that ' 'plTiadelnhia editor cot hold of the Oregon Tat. fcc. We oruess he must have Mes - memtd one of the Senators, and then got . i r Believe nothing against another but up on good authbrity, nor repeat what may hurt another, unless it be a greater injury to others to conceal it. , TEA TimVultivation of the tea plant in France . . . r), 1 . " , buv. caiuv m uimpiui'ii- VifUftir t.n b a succcssfull experiment. rhcLfj r.,j : ;.,t....V climate of the South...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 August 1846

Translated from tke German for the Boston tiav eller. DANGERS OF POETS. me earuuy patn 01 a poet it not always strown with roses; but danger unlooked for, beset him round and spring upon nun unawares- Take as an example the followingitory, which is not entirely ficticious. As a well known poet of the present cen tury sat in his study, pen in hand, a man rushed in and threw himself into a chair, with every appearance of agitation. After a moment of speechless woe he sighed out, I am a most miserable husband ! Notice. I hereby forewarn all persons from tra ding with either or any of my Slaves, withf out a written permission Irom me, any per son who maj after this trade with cither o them without my consent may expect to be pu nished to the extenof the law. CHAMNESST. SMITH Buffalo Towns! ip August the 16th 1846 Z3-CHEJ1P CASH BOOKSTORE J. 1IALSALL. TJHOLESALE and Retail Bookseller and T T Stationer. No. 124. Main Street, Saint Louis, Mo., keeps on fund a splendid assortment Inr The po...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 September 1846

n LiUOCRATI C PUBLISHED licg'iuirlt on evert llumhty Mrning AT LoKISMSAi Vliill Cot'.NTV, jMo. 8. F. wrKJIATt Editor and Proprietor. Id t2 &i ei a 3JLM u?. rs 5 t?i rr-i n ttj m n m VOL. From Noah's Sunday Messenger. ; THE BACHELORS' CLUB. . We. learn that measures are about to be "adopted to revive the Bachelors' Club, as it existed some twenty-five yer.u ago. Most, if not nearly all, of the officers and. and some graceless nephew administering managers having been committed to inatri to his will, and sqitandcnngthe old fellow's rceny long since, the club has bncoaie in a j thousands in fust trotting horses onthcave measure extinct. There never was a more nue, cr in champaignc suppers at Tornto agrceablc osiociation, nor were any balls ni's! got up with more magnificence than those 'What makes you look so ruddy and of the old dub. The first scries of balls healthy?' said he. were held at the City Hotel, b fore thai 'A contented mind, Tilax, and domestic splendid saloon, with it...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 September 1846

TIIE BANNER There were two slight shocks of an earthquake felt at New York on the 5th ult. To the Public. United we tam, Divided we fall.: LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - SEPTEMBER -7. In Oregon territory, orders on merchants and good merchantable wheat are made a lawful tender for the payment of taxes &c to the government. The following is a copy of a statute passed by the territorial legis lature of Oregen, and published in the Oregon Spectator: "Sec. 1 Be it enacted by the House of Representatives of Oregon Territory, That , .... . 1 1 i i ........ nil addition l" eoui anu suter, irrasu.j and the public can judge whether any one is to blame. On the evening before the day on which my land was to be sold, j spoke to my brother, Win. Reading, and requested him to not let my land be sacra- need; he told me that he was not then m possession of the money, and that I ou"ht to have made the fact known to hiin sooner: 1 told him that I had thought 1 could make other arrangement, but ...

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 September 1846

Steamer Atlas Regular Semi-Weekly, U. S- Mail Jacket. The splendid, and light, draught passenger steamer Al'LAS, ICObt. A. Rpilv I 'aster, will hereafter run as a regular Dack- et between St. Louis and Keokuk, making t o trips a week: Leaving M Louis every Taesday and Friday evening at 5 o'clock T.M. Returning will leave Keokuk Wed nesday and Saturday nights, and Quincy wery Thursday and Sunday at 8 o'clock k. M; Marion Cityat9 o'clock, and Hannibal at H o'clock: Louisiana at 2 o'clock same lay, arriving at St. Louis during the night.' O" rassengers ana shippers may rely on ncr punctuality, ana continuance in the trs le. Every exertion will be used to give ?ii 'sfaction. A portion of the public pat-r...-.ige is respectfully solicited. For freight :: passage apply on board. Dr. Bragg's IJYDIA.Y QUEEJV VEGETABLE SUGAR COATED FILLS ip CM PRISE the tonic and anti-Lilimis. Thp jTomc Pills are acknowledged to be the most i' i . A. G. Brace Sworn to, and subscribed before me, this 9th day ...

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 September 1846

1 1 Saddle, Harness & Trunk MANUFACTORY. f II i R L !! V I I- p, a ( . IVK removed from W.tert:. Ccor-ia St., ! one door above Dcct. Bark-lfs Drur st.-rej where we will be pleased to wait upon our eh: frlendo and those wishiiM to i.urchasc f.nv ; thing in the Saddlerv line. We are determined tu sell Saddles, liri-j i. . ,- .. , o i r. f Cl, .Martingales .c. cucaper ior ;:Tiit. . yj:;;M,N. Charles I).;..!. Master, than they can be obtained at any ol.ierj .,. . st Louis. .u Mradivs and Tkurs- place in this county. Louisiana, Mo., July 2 Uh, IS 16. .1 arm U. E. Block & Co., Water Slrret. fcouisiaita, 5fo' GEXERJ1L PRODUCE, FORWARD 1XG ?JVZ C0MM1SSWX MERC1UXTS, and Dealers in all litds of .VercItanJizc suUalle for the trade. "T7'Eare now oneiiiiiar a fresh assootment ol T ? GOODS, to which we respectfully sclic-i !i iL ii a. f .. 1 11.. 1 u inn auenuon oi onr menus ana onrciiascrs trcn erully. Possessing c ery facility fi r purchasing our goods, we are therefore prepared to offi...

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