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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 June 1850

MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1850. ' srs-The weTSer has of late been re i-i.t ...entiable. and every kind of marKBDiy - vegetation J " prosperous condition Corn is gaS Pidly BnlJ the w,,eat :rn he unusually neavy, ine sea- proiuiao' - - sonbtf teen great for setting out tobacco, lbogh the plants were very backward. Produce is coming in freely, and all kinds tending downwards We call the attention of the farmers and of nroduce. to the advertisement of Tiomaa Cash, Jr. & Co. They are well provi ded with room for storing, and by strict atten tion to business, they will merit the patronage of shippers. We are glad to see that they pro pose opening a market at home for the produce of the country, by paying for it in cash. When this is done generally, the prosperity of our lit tle city will be on the advance. We notice that the Court of Appeals will sit on Friday next, the 21st inst. Those who may think themselves aggrieved by the asieiiment for the year 1850, for city pur poses, had bett...

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 June 1850

At n Elf DRY GOODS. luce & Murray's NEW STORE, In the Briclc Store House formerly occu pied by Joseph Richardson, Main Strett, Louisiana, Missouri. WE, the subscribers, desire to say to our friends and the nublie. that we have iust received Large and well selected stock of New and Fash ionable merchandise, suited to this market. Our Stock embraces nearly every variety of STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware,Glass & Glass ware, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps of every variety; Bonnetts, plaia and fancy Straw; Silk, a beautiful article; Paints, Oils, DyesturTs, &c, &e. We would particularly call the attention of it lers to a large and fashionable assortment or READY M1DB CLOTHING, Comprising every article necessary to a full dress suit, which we will sell very low. gjfuur dom ing U in the second storv. TO THE LADIES we would say, particular attention has been paid to their wants, and we now have some of the rich est, plain, changeable &...

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 June 1850

L)l a ii i1"" , -im r--"-wi ...mm, m ,i iiv.iiiiiiiiiiWig. rtT.JUfT- t - - ; id or w -m & . . . -Arffj' - a i n i miiii.i w n ick: i jew r-rnr ss : - - - - - -1 " - - . . t niii ii i - - - - - - -J - - Jems Single copy.p106' lf"notpaidwitffUnwnth'' . MMn the Tear,- -. . NrwihbediscontinfeJank8theiam(bD paid fircf toeoiannnnwicc. Each tiaitfwalliueraoii, - - - - - - Yearly if sjuarterly advertisements at reason able rate : ';' " ' V " ' V ' ..Agents for tbe Banner. . , '$. F. Murray, Bowling Green. 3 John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. ' ' Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. ' Dr.NatlunVannoy. Vannoj'a MiU. , R. H. Johnson, Ashley. '. " ; U - 6. Minor. Prairierille. ' "j A. M. Thomas, Paynesvflle.- - ; - Col. Wm. Nalley, $ Col. Jm. H. Britten, Troy. TuLIy. Corniok and ) CpuraJ. ' JobnW. MeK - 'f.j ;Dr.W"-A.Nicklin)NewH Co.Vffliam Pnest New London. A.'W.Lamh.HannibaL Col.BejininDavie'a'myr,u " POETRY. IIr On. The following Hymn and Ode were written for, and auog at tha Calhoun cwwnonial, in...

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 June 1850

u if -5-. T ' - ' " ... - -T i - -i -ii i 1 1 "I " Ad. - w ! i . : DBIIOCniTIC 3ANNGR. ::: ; Louisiana. MtesouB - moiiTjay morning, junes. is. i-- iit FOR C0NGRESS-&O DISTRICT, JND.B. HENDERSON rT';, . OF PIKE. ia ; . -For 1h$ State Senate,' n: jfcAPTV Wv S. LOFLAND. ' For Representees, .. Peter CariS as R. Vatighah. 3 1 13" W publish below a call for a cnm- promise meetio, siftaedby a large nuihbeY "of Use citizens of the county. VVe nave reasbri tohope, from the deep interest felt jw'thU milter, that there will be a full at tendance from every, part of the county . Tbo meeting will assemble at the Christian Church in this city at half past 1 o'clock. lV. , COMPROMISE , MEETING. : :.AU persons friendly to tba compromise, -feftv trader' consideration in Congress, de signed to adjust the difficulties growing out "of the Slavery question,' that are now dis iurbinghe harmony & endangering tha safe ty tof the Union, era earnestly requested io. -assemble in Mass Meeting, oh Satur...

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 June 1850

?firV feV the principle belt calculated rie" Zl-f. the interests of the oui es. V'-Zaakoy. wiwitrrparticul f tte kit horse run; well sir, be being I" and I his friend and his horie be- hawhorse of my neigubornooa, i wongM h SfiidBttclearfytaketca his horse so Jim K 5T.thliM! eeateei o none, iflwr-w. iu nu,, 53 what you lhink?-I loat It and f htvl never bet on we since, but I set determination then, that If ever I did bet train, H Wbuld bedearl) my duty" to pick f bt hdrie. ' ' . ---,-.tZl-U Mm- l.f n saw YtV 1H COHCIUSluu, wicu, "J ..... feauner," enter yenf man, and in my hum ble opinion; political organization Is iojtat ud tn people so sick oi wihh oi a cuqne that they, will pick their man. And. I am sure (betievlogthe people capable of choo sing for themselves) that your man will have to advdcate, measure better calcula ted to adrande the general interest than toot humble ssrvant, or he will tot be un der the necessity of sacrificing time and social comforts in representing Old 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. — 24 June 1850

le ft w tST" cj m n n p - IsFTh Bnek Store Honte formerly oectt- t ...piedby Joseph Kichardson, - :ASain tit Strut, Louisiana, Missouri. , Vtrfc tli Mbsetfbers, desire to ray to our friend -end the pnb&e, (hat we have just received a Large ted well selectee stock of New end FasV ioaaale merchandise, suited to this market Our atock embraces nearly every variety of .'. J i CTATLE lb FARCY ? , DRT GOODS, Groceries, Eard were, Queetuware, Glass & Glass ware, Boot St Siroes, Hats & Caps or overy variety; BoatMtts, plain tad fancy Straw; Silk, a beeatUo ertiele; Paints, Oils, Dyeetufis, cte., &e. SWe would particularly call the attention on aeatere m a mm ana rasninnaoie nmjni 01 ; ttOiBT HIDE CLOTHIXfl, 1 Cooattfciag every article necessary to a full dress Bait, win wewiBeell very low. . JJ-Ourclota- ug it la ue eeooao storv. .. ; i,r i v. TO.THR TJITITES wo weald stay, particular attention has been paid la taetrwaata, ana we now aire somooi we rico eeVptalsu changeable 8...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 July 1850

TERMS: Mngie copy, per annum, in advance, - $150 If not? aid within three months, - . - 2 00 If not paid within the year, - . . . 2 50 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be paia lor up to tne time or discontinuance. Rates of Advert! sine Telve lines or lets, first insertion, ... Each additional insertion, ... . . . Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. ' Agents for the Qanner . S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Trrbble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. G. M inor. Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynes ville. B. P. Clifford and ) , , ... Jas. H. Britton, Troy. t Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. A. VV. Lamb, Hannibal. Col. Benjamin Davies, Palmyra. PUBLIC SFEAKIAG. tfj" G. Porter and J. B. Hemdeksoit, candid- ates for Congress in the 2d Congressional trict,will address the people at the following i ne le" thev " abide, is that or luend times and places, to wit:...

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 July 1850

TV O V DEMOCRATIC BANNER LOUISIANA. MISSOURI MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1850. FOR CONGRESS So DISTRICT, JNO. B. HENDERSON, OF PKE. ... - ij a e.i ... r )iaaItind sicainst Hender- man power; witn leeiings oi prioc uu eouuuem.- n ....... 6 o -jof success. Again we say, let Union, Harmo- 90n, as me "poisonea ghbiivc nyand Organization prevail with all who are wjtn double bitterness to their own lips worthy of the proud nam or Democrat ana tne gloom that now hangs over ns will be dispelled, and success, as in bygone days, will crown our efforts. " For the State Senate, CAPT. W. S. LOFLAND. For Representees, Peter Carr, Thomas R. Vaughan. THE COMPROMISE MEETING This body assembled in the Christian The Old War Horse In the Field. Cant. Lofland has been selected by his Skies Bright! Second Congressional rii.rrlrr. W have seen several letters fronrgentlemen in (he touthern part of this District, and also several others publishedm the St. Louis Times, and one in 1he Union, all concurring in one...

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 July 1850

TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. New Tore, June 24. LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. . Tremendous fire at San Francisco v- Zoss$ 600,000! The Crescent City, Capt. Stoddard, ar rived cms morning, wuu the Jatest impor tant intelligence. She arrived out at Cha drei in 8 1-2 days from New York. She brings $150,000 in gold dust, in the hands of passengers. A most destructive fire bad occurred at San Francisco; loss estimated at half a million of dollars. The steamer Isthmus arrived at Panama from San Francisco on tie 10th;she brought 134 passengers and 1200,000. New York, June 25, 5 p. m. j .idditwntl Particular! of the fire at San Francisco. The dates from San Francisco are to the 15th May. The reports from the min- ini iti.lMit WArth mnA Smith, fnntintin trt b. favorable; the general state of health at these places is also good. Tbo fir alluded to occurred on the 4tlijm ca,1,nS u l,ie organ-grinder, when He May. The alarm proceeded from the U.jcan V"sume to style the distinguished S. ffottseon Portsmouth...

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 July 1850

u wi?; DRY GOODS. LUCE & MtRRAY's NEW STORE, to the Brick Store House formerly occu pied by Joseph Richardson, Main Street, Louisiana, Missouri. WE. the subscribers, desire to sayto our friends nd the public, that we have just received Large and well elected tack of New and Fash iied to thto market. Our lODftUIV Uiciww-n""! stock embrace nearly ewy variety f STAPLE & FARClf DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware.Glass & Glass ware. Boot & snnes, iibii oi. v,a .:, variety; Bonnet Is, plain and fancy Straw; Silk, a, beautiful article; Paints, Oil, . r. Wo would particularly call the attention of dealer to a large and rastiionaoie iwonmrmw Minv nine cloth m:, Comprising every article necessary to a full dress IMI, WHICH W WIU Kll icij ivn . ins; is in the second story. . Tfi THW T.TTr.S we would say, particular attention has been paid e-..: .-i. nii m niw have some of the rich est, plain, changeable fancy Silk, (for dresses) Shawls, uareges, iniiiiiB,raoivirii r- r....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 July 1850

s DEMOCRATIC Km Eli, PUBLISHED tVCKT MONDAY MOIXIKO B A. J. PICKENS. TERMS: Single copy, per annum, in advance, - $160 If not paid within three months. - . . 2 00 Ir not pail within the year, - - 250 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid lor up to the time of discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or lets, first insertion, ... 75 Each additional insertion, - - - . . - S8 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. COMMUNICATION!. BEMOffiilTI fu "United We Staxd Divided Ws Fail." VOL. 6. LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1850. NO. 7. of 'Essex' who was not legally authorized by i I. - I ! . . . Forth RnM ,aw 01 olr iana to present any account a- M. P,cxt..:-In the last No. of your paper f?he M,a,e of ? 7 . I observe a communication over the signature of ,nmi w fresent the demand to have it "Essex." in favor of establishing a Probate f"uweu a,n" lne estate oi um oeaa man, ana Court, and in which a member of Hie Countv H'E"ex-'...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 July 1850

V V.- t. 5 DEMOCRATIC BANNER. LOUISIANA MISSOURI MONDAY M0KNING, JULY 15, 1850. FOR CONPHESfc-D DISTRICT. JNO. B, HENDEJRSON, OF PIK. For the State Sepatc, fcAPT. W, S. LOFLAND. For Represenlires, Peter Cariy Thomas R. Vauhan. DEATH OF GEN. TAYLOR era Morbus, and fast sinking. : On the morning of the 11th another dispatch came, tying that he died about half past ten o'clock on the evening of the 10th. By the unfortunate demise of Genera Taylor, the duty of administering the Gov ernment necessarily devolves on Millard Fillmore. DISUNIONISTS. This b one of the most popular catch-words now in use by a set of disorganizing f.ictionists, banded with the whig party to defeat the Demo cratic ticket. We call them disorganizers, be cause they have disregarded and outraged all the usages and customs of thai party, .and planted themselves directly in opposition to the nomi nees of it. We ay they are banded with the whig, because they are wearing the same uni form, marching under the same banne...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 July 1850

MIGNON. Translated from the German of Goethe, BY ODSTAVtJS II. TBATEB. Mignon, an orphan child of tea or twelve years of age, in Goethe' "Wilhelm Meister," gives to her adopted parent an indistinct recollection of her native place, from which she was stolen by the Gipsies. Kno west thou the land where the citrons blow, And through dusky boughs the gold oranges glow, Where softer the winds from the blue heavens igh. And the myrtle and laurel stand stately and high? A.nowesi mou inax tana r Thereaway! Thereaway! Oh! ttight I with thee, my beloved stray ! Knowest thoa the house with its pillard dome. Where glances the hall, where glimmers the room, And ine statues or marble in their still look mild, Say "what has man done to thee poor little child?" Knowest thoa tnat land r There away! There away! Oh! might I with thee, my protector, stray ! Knowest thoa the mount in the clouds so gray, Where the muleteer seeks in the mist his way. In whoso cavern dark dwell the serpents brood, Where f...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 July 1850

' i in i ii t i i f nr m ..At alaree , sehnvlkill of Schuylkill cllowmg res-i Gen. Cam ih Pet.ks.xvania Catherine of the Democracy county, od the 10th inst., the following res olutions were unanimously passed : Resolved, Tliat we are proud of the pres cnt position of Gen. Lewis Cass, showing.jbratrds frr the as it does, that the constitutional ground (nnly requires mill originally taken by iiim upon the subject of jters to confine the aneinally taken oy wim upon 0..u,cu . slavery in the territories, and nPo wh.cn, nlatform of non-intervention he was stis tained ly the Democratic party of the na tion, as the only true ground, to winch all moderate ad sensible men of all parties, who love their country, and desire to per petuate its prosperity and its greatness, must at last come. Resolved, That in General Lewis Cass, we find the man whom, nf all others in the Union, we should prefer as the Democratic candidate for the next President of the Ui - td States ' .... ii .f The tame meeUng ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 July 1850

? S sn s I ; i . yC as? X TERMS: Single TPr annum, In advance. . . SilW) If not If Mt i wttbii tbret mouths, 200 wiUiin tbe year, . . ... 250 Wtfl SO ilseMtiaaed nles.ltha aama na No op to no tuno of discontinuance. Bates er Advertlslne. i IiMf or lew, first Insertion, ... 75 JUonel Insertion. ...... 38 1y and quarterly Advertisements at reason- ies fONDAY MORKlNO, J (JLY 22, 1850. ) Whig Candid ate and the War. lames O. Broadhead, "that inflexible whig," lit fit Louis Intelligencer styles him, is now fore the people soliciting their votes lor the 1 of Missouri. That none whig or dem- ocratmay vote without knowing some of Mr. Bfeadheed'a past opinions, we shall look back a 'few years into bis recorded principles and see nssw be stood, how he spoke how be wrote, and ask the raters of the District to compare his po fittion with that of the glorious and gallant Lof land in 'he hour of adversity. In 1845, Mr. Broadhead, in connection with C Brown, edited a whig paper in Bowling Green, c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 July 1850

D B II 0 C B A T I C BANNER. LOUISIANA MISSOURI MONDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1850. FOR CONGRESS 2 DISTRICT, JNO. B. HENDERSON, . OF PIKE. Tor the Stale Senate, CAPT. W.' S. LOFLAND. For Representors, Peter Carr, Thomas R. Vaughan. . Th Approaching Coutest. To the Democracy everywhere we would say, be of good cheer. The news that is borne us by every mail bids ua be of good cheer. Our fi tends are" wide awake throughout the State, and no where more ao than in the 2d Cngre,!gheep, clothing, uanu lAHia. from c v o i r uuuiiit k'wuui vi tits) river, all is right, and DemocrVis fires are burning with brilliancy. In the North we have a amnA umnnt nf Haniforann.- and amnrfl our friend that he will dohia duty. . It is expected that the Democracy will do theirs. LINCOLN COUNTY. Men of Lincoln I the election is approaching r you ready for the contest? are your watch- fin burning on the outer wallr Let your ao tions answer. Before another issue of our pa per will have reached, the contest will in ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 July 1850

E : 'V ' if'."?. ILLS COUNTY. On ihnSSftj Aiwn.t i.. r . -A . , . . o .www. oi Amuf -wifl be expested te do their duty. .SrThe,IIr,r P,,te captured in the 2 . bV..- ,0,.u'n.'An,t the battle of cae ia rtim,, hM been given up by Amenctn authorities at Fort Brown "old,aj per order of Gen. Arista, for beefit of the Mexican soldiers woun- . sw in we ongagement. ' t. . A bill has been introduced Into' the' C.nn , psoliout legislature, providing for the fine or imprisonment oi clergymen and snagis . -trates, who shall unite white with colored fences in matrimony. ' ' Dhlinruiiihed Arrivals. Tht steamship nr.-i.'-I. : I . 'SJ. V..L, k. 4th inst.. brineinc as passengers G. P. E. James, jqw the popular novelist, and his familv. and tbo Count and Countess Dem- bonsVL the son and 'daughter-in-law of ' Geo. Denbonskir the distinguished Hun garian GcaaraL. They report that Kossuth will nam to the United States as toon as ' be U Deraitted to : leave the Turkish do- f m in iocs. .- ; ej . ' -iopr t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 July 1850

If . ... 3ik aa ) PVBLICJrSAKinG. ,2jf"G. Poarza and J.B.HBDtftfO!f, candid ates for Congress in the 2d Congressional Dis trict, will address the people at the following1 times and places, to wit : At Mexico, Audrain county, Tuesday, July 23rd. At Fulton, Callaway county, Thursday, July 25th. At Danville, Montgomery county, Saturday, JulyCTtn. At Trey, Lincoln county, Monday, July 29th At Payuesville, Pike county, Wednesday. July 31 at. . At Bowling Green, Fike county, Saturday, August 3d. yyThe candidate will address the people of 'Old Pike," at the following times and placet: " Frankfort, Monday, July 22d. Aihburn'a Wednesday July 241 h. Louisiana, Friday July 26lh. "Clarksville, Saturday, July 27th. " Thomas' Monday, July 26th. Paynesville, Wednesday July 31st; " At Bowling Green Saturday, Aug, 3d, P. DRAPER. T. R. VAUGHAN, G.T.TATE, ... , T.J.C. FAGG. WM. ENGLISH, P. CARR, The candidates for the State Senate in this District, will address the people at the following tinea and pl...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 July 1850

5'.. 1 V 3 DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rnitllHIB EVERT KOHDAY MOKKIHO 1 Bf A. J. PICKETS. . .. .... .TERMS: t , Single copy, per annum, in advance, - $1 50 jf mot paid witbia three monthi, - - 200 If not paid witbia the year, - - . - . 2 60 No paper will be discontinued unlessthe same be paid lor op to toe time of discontinuance. 1 Rates tiff Advertising. Twelve lines w less, first insertion, - 75 .Each additional insertion, - - - - - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason- able rates..- ;i ; . ., From the Metropolitan. Mr. Benton Onght not to be re-elected. He has been in the Senate Tor thirty years with out interruption, and in all reason, that is long enough. ' Rotation in office "is a wholesome doc trine, and very full of comfort" to all persons ex cept the inst and whether acceptable to them or not,- prudence and safety alike demand, that we should pay more attention to it than has been jam practice. Men stay in office, until like King, "they imagine themselves, booted and pur...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 July 1850

Wii- 'i'j ,,vw-Jl-. rt $V -.-' - wmf & a s . fi 1 r f' 3',. t -; -IBH0CR1TIC B1NNBH - - LOUISIANA mSSOUKI FRIDAY: MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1850. FOR CONGRESS 2d DISTRICT, JNO. B. HENDERSON, OF PIKE. , For the Stale Senate, CAPT. W. S. LOFLAND. For Representees, Peter .C&rr, Thomas R. Vaughan. Dcmockatsof Put! the election is close at hand, and we will not be permitted to address 'you all again tmtil the battle is lost or won. In 1S4S our principles and our party triumphed ' ever the Whig hosts, marshalled by their strong- est and most popular leaders. Our average ma jority was then 40 votes. Since tlwt time, our littl. arm. ha. .mall m.. r Hwturfli frnm thm :..,:.-,:,. ntr and we have lost many a stalwart democrat by tbeeadgntfontoCahfornia. Butthelos. of our adversaries has, from the best We can gather, been, much great have received but few if any recruits. It is cer tain that their loss by the California emigration exceeds oars, at least 70 votes. This added to our' former majo...

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