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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 October 1846

rUBLISHKD 'j Rtguhtrhf oh every Mjnday M,-riuiis; at Louisiana, Pike County, Mo. j a, r. Minn AY, Editor and Proprietor.! VI I We find tlie following excellent articl in tbt Lexington (.Vo.) Appeal. It breathe the proper spirit: A FEW WORDS TO DEMOCRATS. According t. an old fable with which we suppose every body i, familiar, there ut F3 w& art - i a aw k jm ft if n m. u i" 1 - -. . ... - A 11 VOL "Ur.siTBa We Sia.;i Diviued We Fall." LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISS017M, MONDAY, OCTOBER 19 1846. ocrats to be ever confnn,i;,,oi....i I was once a great war among the different lial matt, "7 ui.tvi:u NO. 30 So tnnr-li s.ru among ihem and engendered sucii acrimonious and bitter feelings. Let us consider for a moment what are the object of contention among Democrats, and s.e tow utterly unworthy they arc of rv&r-l. 5vr.i.nent itself is a Inmaa institution and of course imrfect. O.irown sublime and beautiful system of goi cn.mcnt tho' the best ever dtvK'd L-v the m is-!. ,,f w'ou.i. ea...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 October 1846

j ! . laarci Frotnthe A'. O. Picayune of the 4A O.jhcre stopped TI.e Mississippi. Glorious News from tin-1- -street lri: 'ina capture til the nrsl Ju.w ry .i.i n..;,. A mil ! pining defences, v ere unable, fion. a!. .. .IV.' 1 1.)'. co: ":;.. M'. uhav: I claim as a jij. a suf-ci.-ni s;..;ec in your paper, to notice a lit- ? Vj .1... .1,..,. u l.-roit. v ''.an. CAPITULATION OF MOXTI.n.-w advantage. Aheavyshoxver .4 ia.;' - 'also cme uj tJ cauc a suspension il.en. KEY THREE DAYS HARD i wfnc th close -I t;:. ...y. ..x .,..i-t t ",,ri,u,":-?S i,:'7 ll: "- l-.iir.aviri-.rw ;rd is skirmishers a,,dadvt.i.c- himstlf (.uite conspicuous in the Ban 1t r.nM war and s::,;-,,.,, ,.,,,,.riis the works, followed by, i riu.iU i : ml b rl.at the time ol publishing ms various com- eo!uijiii!,m,,,ications, that l:e was attuking UTtpro- 1 . f :!:'.! iVT t a l.O.l!'' edb.i-rs :pp--ii:;.-d t.) iv ar. a:id i...lii'.i.o:vJ Ar.v.v. s..ouM FKJIiTIN:. 3d. 5t!i and it h.iuir : 1 t . .1:.... ........ --mil r.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. — 19 October 1846

rr tempest in atca-v w'.r.J h-i.-I a'.l H i:, : . say, (inJ tar majority wantiu:; to tyranic over Cue f--w, and some ?. wanting toiank-r' h jidi-trap) tod with t!.c j;Mitr t r In-1 Vieticc the tfifinv ad Nothihf at a!!:' - Sundries. . Jf "JJ O RSE Collars, Trace Ciaans, Humes, Skov- j- g"-ad article t.f Wood Saws t.T M,. vi, .ITTOHXi-lY .VP L.JIY, L,.'tin. .:, els, Spades, Hoes, Window Glass, J I 11 II ii:.' 'Ck C).' "v j-n-Mioth. i.tUiiJ to all bi;si:.cs.-s eiarueil V-eJ Oil, White Lead, &c., Sic., for sale vcrv ' Lin- it) 1 if'...!.. i low 'I.. r.-is. II. E. CLOCK & Co. jet thi srr Uijciiilfjiiii'.ily charges were . " ir..iJj in his first article aadrrss-d u 4Ii.-; i i'.'i j! A V s p:.onaM. And yo.., sh, u.;:M i.ivcV I vf : : . . ; - ,, ,.. . . ,- , ,V : : , 11 . . i . !.!.. --!. V J justice Classic's "Law v '. i'." -i i:r. . 5 ..:! t '..'- u,;;.r.l forth- p.ii-'5 i". V .lUCHr? Sft V. 4 Hi ! KIlUn II Uiai I. f , vt l WitJ til whip r, I::; u 1 iH.l wrtu;,:;:f:;-; . . " v ! ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 October 1846

.... -,-,rr -VILA, I ftrrli. ALWAYS Di.Y. "I say, imn!.er,v aid reealar itreet loafer, the ott er ni: t. he bad 4sposited something in a rickef.yj old cupbosrd, and laid himself down u; the floor, "1 want you to wake me v. ;:. !: get dry." "How shall I know when you get dry ?" asked his mother. "Oh, just wake me any time; Pin alw ays dry." A WIFE When a man of sence comr s to marry, it is a companion that l.u wants, not an artist It is not mere ly a creature who can paint, and play, sing and cancf ; it is being to comfort and council him, oik1 who can reason and reflect, feel and indue. discourse and discriinnate; one who can assist him in his affairs lighten his sorrows,' purify his joys, strengthen his principles, j and educate his children. Such is Hit? .--: man who is fit for a mother, and the ij Is-, tress of a family. A woman of the former j description may occasionlly figure in the; drawing-room, and attract th admiration! of the company, but she is entirely unfit r. ki - -j ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 October 1846

DEHfltiiUlf BANKER. PUBLISHED Jttgularly on every Monday Mjrning At IiOOIfitAN.v, PiKE CoiNTr, Slo. f r. HUBRAYt rut tor aud r.opric'.or. GO It LOT. SjxttA of "Lvt Docliltlc, .y.," member JOu Legislature from JWio Jerusalem. Hucklebertt Cjttnly, Vermcnnt, on the Bill for the jjritutun rf Hen Jioosts. MUtur Speaker: I've sot here in iny sea!, ad heerenthe opponent of this great nash tiaal measure argify and expectorate agin it, till I'm purty i:jjh busted with the in dignant commotions cf my lacerated sensi bilities. Mr. Speaker, are it possible that men can be so infatuated as to vote sgin this bill? Mr. Speaker. I blush to say that it &ta. Mr. Speaker allow me to pictur to jour excited and denuded Imagination' IOM of the heart rendlnrr evils which rise t v r ... i - ti.. n l 1 . amy nny, among my cons-iaicnts. Mr. Kpeacer, we win sai:po9e u 10 ue tnc awitu and melancholy hour of ni:lnir!it at.d r.a tur hushed in'rj osc the solemn wind soft- Moans througii t'ae branches of the 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. — 26 October 1846

I! Mi 1 in 1 i IVoundtd Corps of Engineers Brevet jvernor i Tiew Leon. Those mmed n the Major J. K. T. Mansfield, iig!'. I American mJc were Gcmral-aVl-, Cn. iai Corps 01 ropo-rahical Engineers Capt Heni.-rnun; i.overror of Texaf, an.i-oi. u- vi, 11 ll lifin-.rv Hwv Wnir-r .1 I. A'.er- fin.lilv sett'eH 1IP0!I tile STi &S, of V. hUh 1 elf ,. ,. r . . . j . , .. '...".. V. a U ln u'iivlL-s ol which ver.lv; 1st t,t J C Terrelt, in hand of ( S" f n 1 ) have been :d ) ' the eae-n-, 2i Li-nt R DII worth, scvcco.f.': A..'r to tne Pr.n -ns : h.e , , .. - , I.. m -..w- v i tK-Ko:irtrw.pfce tin m'niv,' aoo.pi--., tut ..:t-v.i Irj oaptnUrbnd-o, slightly. ! It sern t!ial tlie u.rm, pr.,ted th. ita Infantry 1st Lieut It II Graam, Mrtei. -..Tristn lire l. s rieon.ns t'.m thM severely. .-siiiipo:'d. Tha gallant dcfti-co ot the low... Mil iuiaalry lstL.cutcnant i .osvii,:r. the o! $ r.-c-i-M --h;ii.c f imitwmMn '.Z'!tlv. I Mexico. bclvdto lit! liivornliie In th i'itt-reU 7t':l i iif-sr.trr T ti...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 October 1846

. i ... t T . , ' ' .. " for want of votes tie l.w oeen vaK, lu , .u,.. .a.m, urei.Pni rft pj u i . ,. TOYS! TOTSU i KV qu-irtit- ol" furr T fr ale tery i lou fcv H. E. LLOCK L Co. their improper i Democrats and three Wi,ios tot!.- ..ttrn... uit purchaser,, fi.r hv. B 1 ZrS P K tt'HcUS RA I inc.. ... i v r April af)th, 1S45. He seems to think it a mere tnac i wrS- 2i)0 Packages JtST RtCElVED, cd to the motives ol n:c iruMvy, . iQnvTt J - X ft.AA U II ' V fttl I Of the bi'st s-b-ctcc', and most fn!ii enable PE ft learner lile'e. a f rst rte scrtmet of Iron atil Siecl, l-ich w e ofR-r !t t. Louia .F&U Goo-Is just receircd prior. iMAViv ei. r.u ii. JuJv BY H. E. BLOCK & CO., WATER ST., LOUISIANA, 310, ...il.l f weft! iV. ...... ? - ' 1 tt . ... A. Welch, JITTQttJiffiX Jit LAW, Troy, M. Will nrpmntlr attcrnlto all btisibeu entrusted " . . . . ... ... of an oath, as 1 if t x ac'.e.i c') Jl,BUtuw .:..... Joan L.;iQt u: jtmiHT (".,. I h:, m,Ll. fi.1,,.l!era.-ia , . I"'. ' r-L.t:-as...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 October 1846

. JOIiXSON. The officei3 com n!:riiagtha militia, in l.ce county, opposite nltef ftd'an.. T:uu- 1iu.irs.Hatnc T?.m. V.ildoW Glu, Llll .SUB. - ir. uvo ,, Lai given no'ice "that no oppc-'seeil Oil, Vl.iteLeaa, &c, &e.,l.rstlf vtrj iov : would be made to the Mormons whol H. E. BLOCK S. Co. v-. ..li cross the rircr for tl:e purroiic cf r: : iTi "r. 77m Z Justice Siassiis "sv. I Jj KVUS. Kenawhi Salt ver) cheap Vr rtfi" lH aSiVS l J I li'.A ' .Miot. 3 11 ly I.N.BRYSON&C.J. 01 purroiic cf emigration: but they tvouM be prevented fr'i..i r.'3siii to Nauvco fir the purpose of c'cf':r ::p.j; the city, and uls-j from tarryine ai: r.-jr.asona'ultj time, or f -r'nin-j setlie rv:...7 :u t!ic Territory f Iswa." Also. 4it'.:.l ficiiitics wouid Le elforded so fr cs ti.e p:p!e in thai poitLn cf Iowa !..rJ t!ic EU'a;u, Lr the rerz.ovi.-:- 3uC!i Mtnir.on. a? Mind Bri.dcs, Mirtir-iriihs Horse Coll; rs. jus- day" Satardav, Till November, 18 IS. Saddle, sircle mil .VuUc reined Erifilrs v.cra u...

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 November 1846

DEMOCRAT I G BANNER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Monday Morning at Louisiana, Pike CorsTt, Mo. S. F. SHRRAVt Editor aad Proprietor. For the Banner. A general inquiry seem3 to be aroused by the rejection of the proposed Constitu tion as to what remedial means will now bo adopted to cure the imperfections of the present organic Jaw of this State. It is suggested by some that the evils of our Constitution arc too onerous and impcra- :ki. : f.ta:oUC,. k.i.- . J chosen lof the purpose ot relorm and re lief. Here we have it suggested that this! ensuing Legislature should accomplish that work by amendments, whilst ethers eon tend that the multifarious demands of the people and the many ladical changes need ed in our Constitution are more legitimate ly within the province of a regularly elected and definitely instructed Convention f ir those purposes When we come to analyze the last suggestion thoroughly, there are more cogent reasons presented to view in its favoi than are obvious at the ...

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 November 1846

u THIS BANNER. Umi'kd ivi: siam, ivnt vi; fai l1 LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - NOVEMBER Pth Wc are sorry, to be under the necessity of begging Hie indulgence of our readers, lor the non appearance of the Banner last week. By our luieffectual efforts, to make a new roller, we were necessarily thrown back so that we could not issue our paper upon the regular day of publication; we thus concluded that ui the week was partly spent, we would devote the remainder to running a petetion a cross the office, ;yith the view of making ourselves comfortable at our work during the winter. If our .subscribers will excuse us this time, we will try to do better for the future. So fur as heard from there was but a' very small vote polled, at the recent elec tion. There can be but little duuLt how ever, of the election of Major MacDaniel, the democratic candidate. The following are all the returns winch we have received Pike, a majority of 3 for Kincaid I-iucoln, furMcDaniel 149 Kincaid 102 Thompso...

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 November 1846

'" . 1 .1 ...l.1 Vl. tions. But as we now "ave U1C " ley of the Bo Grand, JNew jucxico anu rai;fnmia in our possession, thus narrow ing the circle, we can throw another column into the country-frora the Gulf coast, to co nnerate with Gen. Taylor and the Gulf squadron. The movements of the squad ron, in connexion with the Tampico army, will make the Gulf coast ft new and excel lent base, inasmuch as re-inforcements and supplies can be forwarded without difficulty and at aJl times. Some military men presuming on the character of the foe, have supposed that there was necessity for thus extending the line of operations and that a strong column push ing directly into the country and advancing on the capital, would force the enemy to spoedy tc rm9. The operations thus far show, that such aline of action would have been extremely hazardous. The Mexicans would have spread themselves over their vast ter ritory and waged a gcurrilla, war in which they are well skilled. They would proba bly ha...

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 November 1846

. RUIN. The probability of the predicted ruin to befall the country, from the opera-j tion of the new tariff, can be inferred from the following statistics: Amount of capital invested in agriculture .f 4,000,000,000 Amount incestcd in all kinds of man- liaulnrM . - 400.000.OOOihntwppn.Vf. T.nnis ami Keokuk, making two t.-n Annual value of agricultural nro- ducts 1.200.000 Annual alueof manufactured artices, cost of raw materials and labor in cluded 300,000,000 If this estimate, which we take from a New York paper, be correct, agricultural ists ct;n readily perceive why the protec tive system is said to benefit the few at the expense of the many. The proportion of the capital of the country employed in man ufactures is here set down too high? but, according to the foregoing it is equal to on ly one-tenth of that used by the agricul tural interest. It must be remembered further, that not more than one-half or two thirds of the manufacturers enjoy the special favor of protective duties...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 November 1846

HlD-IlHI't BANSER. . . PUBLISHED Regularly on evert Monday Meriting 'at Louisiana, Pike Cot ktk. Mo. 9. r.- MURRAT Editor ami Proprietor. DFFfffil :.i - . . . ... r ' $2 in advtoce; tbeissd of the rolum omanmpt.MroliUd unless OV same Or puitj Mr BplOVL JJrne i us oituwicuun- ..- THE MARCH TO MEXICO. - In order to give he reader a clear idea; of the chief danger to the American army, and the main obstruction in the w ay of their march to Mexico by their present route, e copj the following extract frcin. the Cin cinnati Dj'Ij Chronicle, whose editor Mr. ilausfield) was furraer1y,if we mistake not, an officer of the United States Army. The article was written before the capture of Monterey was known: Mo Statesman. We assume tha Gen. Tai lor is at Monte' rev. If there has been a battle we have no doubt he has been victorious. We have none of the doubts which appear to be felt in ome quarters about the dangers and dif ficulties of the army. The army is able to talc care of itself so far ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 November 1846

Il.'tf? BiA :N Jf" E -JR."; " The election returns of several different) We are glad to sec that the citizens of SuteahaT been constantly pouring in upon Louisiana are beginning ttf walrt to a us for the last two er three weeks. . They sense ot their own interest. ; The spirit of Jbave eeneraUy resulted unfavorably to our imj.roreijcnt has at length been aroused;; party and the administration, we nave ion wa u wis spin v..vT. .v. .Cw ground -in Maryland, 3aine, New York, yean, we will have the. prettiest town on Georgia and Floridia, and in Pensjl- this side of the river, from St. Louis to the ieorgia vania, our defeat has been almost over whelming. The whigs have neerly swept the .state. They have elected a heavy majority, of the delegates, to congress, a majority, of the members to the legislature. and have given 'the' whig candidate for Ca nal Commissioner a majority of 8 or 9 thou sand .votes. The result has been most unexpected to all parlies, and can not be clearly or Satis fa...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 November 1846

had isfied that Mr. Win. English has retailed at second hand what he "hc-d good reason" to know to be a falsehood against me, but that some persons had been eulity of con duct more becoming a '-Hyena" than hu man beings, for the exposure of which to i perjure rise of a sworn duty. i The insinuation of AT r. E. concerning ror "selling goods on Sunday" is too contempti bly eiiii notoriously fa'se to require an; further notice. He ha evid' nth htre'v. eeu it merely foi tiie waincf better iatc nal. and as an clF.ett to the Sunday opera tions of the dramshops. I shall oT-r no criticism on the . able "coping" of M. E. Lut rs lit siill .- -ins in great agony to rsccitain wi.tt "blows" f. MrnaATt I did suppose that I done with the controversy with Mr. En clish, bu it seems the deeper he sinks him self in dkgce t,ie more desperate l' . in bi eudeavors to drag my character down to the base level to vhieh he has sunk in this controversy, which was coimner.c-d profeisedly on his part to discuss...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 November 1846

Dissolution. 200 Packages in.. tween Tanner & Robinson is this Jay dis solved by mutual consent. Those .ndebtedioinelirui ol lcr l,Pst selected, and most fashionable- Robinson we expected to call and sctt!e,.vsi , . the money would be very acceptable at any Fall GOOiis JUSl rCCCJVOl time. 'all -tcfe!Ne Win. L. 'TANNEH. Win, II. ROBINSON. Sept, 28ih, 1846. Win. L. Tanner, Being thankful for the Putionagc hercto fore so liberally extended to the firm of Tan ner & Robinson would respectfully . an notiuce to his friends, and he public general ly hat 'he will continue the ' Tailoring BV U.K. BLOCK WALTER ST., L'Ol TISlANA, AT ST. LOUIS RETAIL : PRICES. I. I BBVSOY&fO. A. T tlieir NEW STORE on the corner. No. "i Alain street, Louisiana, have just re ceived, utul are now npi-ning a large iiu! splen did assortment f J)ll Y GOODS, (IROC'K- Mi;s. hardware and cutlery Saddlery;' Saddles, single and double reined Bridles blind Bridles, Martingales, Horse .Collars, jus eceivea ami io...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 November 1846

'i mum it IMHIj PUBLISHED J Biguhrty on every Mjndcy MjrnbtsA Ar Louisiana, Pike County. Mo. ! i. F. MCaUAV. Editor fancl Ercn ictcr. (TERMS 0 F T B B" B INNER- .2 in Advance: $2 SO at the end of the vohima No man's p-.iper will be discontinued unless the same (w p.:ij ier uplutfafr-time elils ui&concuun- siwe j - y- .mynirrisLYG dune very luxe. .5 'AH letters on business must be post paid. (Written for the Feulh Mis-numu.) i tile fli' mm. It is interesting when we behold t!:e maniV&L.2. f universal renown to know something! of his early infancy h'S buoyant youth,' ' Uonited We Stand Divided We Fall." ;it;.i:u! l erl r;:ri in Iter earliest jears; and, r- iwhru they were r.-nt away, they left a LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1816. aiii .. ...i. ai. i : ! ' 1 r : r ) . .. k" ra-ihl career of fame. It is interesting . "urr,u 'S" oeiore.i soJemly declare that I am innocent: creat Severn persons entervu. "Woodson saiui : 'Mill: ri!T IV 1 1 llO C -1 if If-:...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 November 1846

v- J THE BANKER. United we stanp, Dhim:ii wn faii..'" NEW PAPEKS. We acknowledge the rcccij t cf the Tri- lo be Arriialof il.e Britaunial bulk.as brimstone, bark, bones, Unseed, dye-. : . . i : . i . . i . wood guano, hemp, Ton, aiona, inner-, j Weekly Iiiqiiinr, a p."l tr which is If ipullMied rcouhuly sit Jefferson city, d ' " r . I ., nr- r- t: .r reci:t session of the Lrqishdnre. ! The Ineiiir.r is one of ti;c ablest at.d i .' . . . ...,-... ataie; r-.i'i si i;.ii: cr.oie .:t;ri;ais m i- e iu;d its j-rn li' tf r ili-Si lli S v-II of tor IS DAYS LATER ITiOM EUROPE. ilnilif ini hit nit commercial intelligence, .i.'icure in Me Uiiiin 6? 1'Lur M.u - louisiaxa. Missorr.i. It;-1. 1 Tkf st-ircitj if h'od in I'ur.pc The steamer IhUcir.iut, from Liverpool, whence ..ho sailed o:i the iOth uit, arrived lh.stn mi the :! inst', :it 5 o'cloi k in racy of A . fir tail v-Tut 1 1 spread tin '-. It.f,r:. making the passage in sewn- A CARD. ,.,tow,kUforc'&aturt!.eKal hours, Un f.0 bin "I e ia,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 November 1846

M) A1-. Hf- Lit it lp remembered, that the Gor gon's refusal to acs.vnpany him, Egon! ' KEW tEIliKS CK Till states that Bnckncr set out nl-mr; and :iv'tVGX:SSM ' l. ( J' ; :!;:' .t had not rawe than lime tiroao:! Po;.:;..-! iVXlJlA. " erv.or .,f J. lissom i l.cs set : rait il e J. t'V resilience, immediately in the ecu; iiv C-onrrcss :t its i.e-i mLi'i, through the Joint I-eii nhir i..-xt, as a di.y of lUbLst-it-Login's office t. CV:. D.ivie-", h. f .v ,. 'ry Cut.-imiUee ,.f the (a,. tliroii'-Uutl t-Mnt" : heard two ntpirt; .-f rir.'-arais, !kiiar,:e.i -''' lrjrf .uhcii.it.- t.r t!:- r.,.i,-: ' i. : ... i- ' , la suca quirk M.n . r, e i g. .: j su;?-)Sud at t tlr.. t-vy .'r.-f -ed.'.! ' r..i:, illl.,'-. 'II a "revolt- cr"i:ivd :;t li.e sunt hand. Tin s !i7t7 pic'ii ...... !.. T.-..7. i Si" Pa redes l.ns I:fii ri-lcase.l from tin- 11.0 I'eii.ill- ... It- .1. . :!.. f i. I... Ca-de (if S:'I J Kslli lr I '.'V:i. nil r'..r. ' fi,,s(.,oe;tt..e st,te:,.,,,t as to Ll ! lT" ,:,,;.C,,,,,,,, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 November 1846

u Dissolution. The Coin rtnershin heretofore exist :n!Te-;iSl. tween Tanner & Robinson is this day tl.s-, olved by mutual consent. j Those indebted t j the firm of Tanner fc Ro'iinson areeJt,.eeted to call and Pcllio.as the money would be very acceptable at aisy time. Wm. I.. TANNER. Win, II. ROBINSON Sept. 28tb, 1346. Wm. L. Tanner, Being thankful for the Patronage hereto fore so liberally extended to the firm of Tan ner & Robinso;., would respectfully nn- nouuee to A friends, and the public KenerEl-.cai.not ly that he will connuie the Tailoring Business in all its various branches, a he OLD STAND, where he earnestly solicis a continuance of he same. Wm. L TANNER Louisiana, Sep. 28 1816. Enterprise Foundry. S03IETniXG NEW IN OLDjS French and A...crican Ginghams; j Cas!:taere Robes and Lasluneits ol splen- JrlKE. did stylos and ail qu ili'Jes; THE subscribers respectfully inform tha' Plain and fai;'v Silks, public that their Muslin Dclanes at 25 cents per yard; T i Plaid Fla...

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