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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 October 1850

DBH08E1TIC BANNER. LOUISIANA WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SO. rebate Jadcjship. On Monday next, the voters of (his County will be caBod upon to select a Judge or the Pro bete Court, ' ' It is wet! known that the duties de- vohmf npbn that officer hare been hitherto dis charged by the County Court and Clerk. For reasons, unnecessary now to be explained, some f the most important business that lor a long period of time has been confided to the care of - . . i the County Court and Clerk, is, under the pre nt arrangement, placed in the hands of this new officer, the Probate Judge. A part of the busi ness thus transferred from the County to the Pro bate Court, consists in the settlement of the sc counts ofexecutors, administrators snd guardians All the property of the County therefore will necessarily pass through the hand of this Court every generation. From this consideration, the office becomes one of gnat importance, and con sequently every good citizen should feel a deep interest in the selec...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 October 1850

Th Mantttquiovt.-Wt have Already announced the pardon or Gonralve de Mod tewuiou, charged with the murder of The roo K. Baronm and Albert Jones, two juries having failed to find a verdict against him. The ground of this pardon was insanity at the tine- of toe commission 01 me uueiice, by reason of which he was not a moral and accountable agent. , Immediately thereaf ter he left this city and has since sailed from New York for Paris. We now learn that the Executive pre rogative has beerr interposed in favor of Ray mond -de Montesquiou, on the ground of a gaieral belief that he did not participate in the homicide whereof he stands indicted, .n! that a further nrosecutton of these in dictments will not accomplish any of theob- eta nt nnMin justice, but Will result Only tn renewed trouble and increased expense to the State. ' Th fnvernor. therefore, "exonerates aconite anil discharges the said Raymond da Montesquiou of and from all liability on account of the said indictments, and of th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 October 1850

. Magec's Liniment. TN offering tins valuable preparation t the public the undersigned it well aware that he will have to encoonter notonly a strong prejudice acainai si pawn, or "universal - oieaicinea, oin ium . -thent will have to come in 'fcompetion with many Valuable and looser established preparation?. But he fearlessly enter the lists of ihose who are ensnared la nrenarins- remedies for the ills of hu man life, with the confident belief that nothing out a fair trial Is wanting to convince every un Brelutlieed nr even nreindiced mind, that this lini ment ha no superior, if an equal, for the core oil roe vanoas diseases for wrucn ne reeommenns u. He has been for several years engaged in the pre paration of this valuable medicine, and in aa ministerinc it to his afflicted neighbors and friend? but not until recently, and after many solicitations from those who have tried its efficacy in the alle viation and core of distressing afflictions, has the proprietor been induced to prep...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 November 1850

II i . i 1 1 . ii i ii w-- OSttSHCO BT , ' J. PIOBCEHS. ." " TERMS! Ka4ei-.osr annum, In advance, - $180 r .U'ttsj arflhla three mouths, . - - 8 00 tt mof patf witkin the year, - - So" KsduM be discontinued unless the b jajj foMpto the time of discontinuance. sates mt Advertising. Ttv line or less, first Insertion, - 7 v..k additional insertion. - 88 yearly enarterly advertisement! at leaion- Me rates. , 1 Agcate for the Baaaer. S. SV Murray, Bowling Green. ; John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. . . Df. Nathan Vannojr, Vannoy' Mill, r R. H. Johnson, Ashley. .;',G. Minor. Prairieville. .- ' A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. 1 Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. f ' Df. W.tf. Adam, Danville. . ' CoL William Priest, V ew London. For the Banner. SECOND EPISTLE. Mm. Eoito: After giving "Common Sense" ample time to direst my first, and eorreot his er- row, with your permission i assign ra give era fmmr mm nuts to creak, at Bia leisure, ana whenever the old horse kicks at me I wi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 November 1850

DEH0 CRITIC BANNER. LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. The Election of Monday. '' The return have not all come in at yet, but we presume from what has been received that i agg it elected Probtte Judge by a large major' ity, : The Whigt ron no candidate of their okji, but gave a warm tupport to Mr. Fagg. Vt.heth er it was because they relished hit Bentonitm, or Teared bit opponent the more, it it beyond our power to jay. Some of the Whigt were more .excitable upon the tubject of Mri Fagg't elec tion, than (hey generally are about the election of Old Harry to the Pretidency. They pretend to be in favor of the Compromise measure re cently adopted by Congress, but vote for the dis ciple of -him who boosted hit power in defeating them. ' They-praise the Roman firmness of Hen ry Clay in condemning the factious coune of fa natict and upholding the rights' of the alavehohf- ing States, and gjve point blank the lie to their assertions, by the "unmistakable evidence of ac tion. Principle hat e...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 November 1850

.tfrhW roornary-7Mr-B Thomas H. Benton, "our . diiUnguuhed v Senior," who, itis said, upon the authonty of Austin A. King, i striking for thr Presidency, arrived in this city day morning last, and is Stopping at tba Virgin Hotel. ( Go m,nffiM on FridaY-morninc, we found seTtrai gentlemen; who; had ? called the mornine papers, to whom we remarked-"Col. Benton has arrived." Ah, indeed! said some of them, who had not heard the new: f. f "When did he arrive?" said one. ' , . . . TW morning, was the reply .t; j$y what conveyance did he reach here?" asked another. , By steamboat," said we. . Then ao the question "WhatBoat?" At this Doint, our devil, who had. laid aside his composing stick and was listening- to the conversation, observing that none of the companf ; answered, and supposing the nnoRtinn was not addressed to a of one in narticular. verv innocently shouted "ths Humbug. SiaA.Atthis.there was a general roar, eaased-of course, by the thought that Thomas Humbug Benton, had travell...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 November 1850

Is- Masee's Liniment. IH afisrtas tSa Taloabl preparation to the public, ike andaTSifeed la wen aware that be will have anewaoanier not only a strong prejudice against all patent er'ulersaj" medicines, bit that nit lini ment will have to eome is cotnpetioo with many rateable and longer established preparation. Btit be fearleaily enters the listi of those who are wnTgt.in preparing remedies for the ill of hn- taaa life, whh the confident belief tbat nothing W a rajr trial i wantmir to convince every un prejudiced or even prejudiced mind, that thin Iini meat has oo superior, if an equal, for the cure of the various direaae for which he recommends it. Ha has been for aeverat years engaged in the pre eratioti of this valuable medicine, and in ad eaioisterinr it to his afflicted neighbor and friend., Vol notnatil recently, aod after many solicitations from these who have tried its efficacy in the alle elation and enre of distressing afflictions, has the proprietor been induced to prepare...

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 November 1850

, j. riCKENS. 1 : TERMS:. ; Siajfla eopTr P aaoum,ia edvaoee, -. $150 if notnud withli three month. - - - 800 ir ti..M ithia the year.' - '" - 8 60 Ne paper wffl be discontinued unless the tune be paid for op t the time of discontinuance. : Bates of Advertising. Twelve fines or less, first insertion, - - 75 v-.w J)ilnnnl insertion. - ' - - 38 jaavu r: t Yearly ra quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. ;. " - ;- . ' Aieitta for the Banner - S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. . ' John' L. Tribble, Spencerburg. "; Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. ' "Dr.-Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy'i Mill. "" 1UH. Johnson, Ashley. G Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. ,PUffwd,.aDd Clark.ville. ; Col. Wm. Nalley, ' ' ' Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. From the St. Louis Times. The Democratic Party The Senatorial Election. . Several weeks since, we defined the position of the Democratic party of the Union and of this Slate. We found the party i...

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 November 1850

If 2 DBIIOCRHIC B1NNBR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, 1850. COL. BENTON'S SPEECH. The Ute speeoh of this individual at St. Louis, is one very characteristic of the man. It possesses the usual amount of egotism and vanity, and is marked with the same vindictivcness that breathes throughout all his productions. It is, however, devoid of the boldness which a short time since he falsely assumed. No matter what his friends or his foes may hare thought heretofore, in regard , to his designs for the Presidency, there cannot now remain a single ddubt, that his mind is firmly fixed on that object. This speech is the key of his conduct dur ing the summer of 1849. It unfolds the rea sons why he saw fit to abandon the interests of bis own State in the Senate of the Uni ted States, and affiliate himself, with those who are closely identified with the growing spirit of abolition. Gor. King spoke advisedly when he said, "Benton is striking for the Presidency." Even though he had been threatened with expos...

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 November 1850

sdayi I & at his shop, when he presented - the certificate referred to above, except a word or io, which I signed without reflec tion. In an hour or two I returned to Mr. Kennedy, and told him on reflection it did sot give a fair statement, and that he should not publish the same, but that I would have on made out giving the truth iu full, to which be agreed. In a few days I called vein and had Mr. J. B. Henderson to make 5 . ... . , . , u k out the one puousnea oeiuw, w mi.ii a i o ftued to take, observing that it sustained Draper in his position. f ORSON REED. I hereby certify that sometime in last July, in a conversation with Edwin Draper, a member of the Board of Council, I men tioned the feet that I held a warrant against the city of Louisiana, and should soon need the money, and in speaking of the amount due on said warrant, the question of my Tight to charge interest thereon came np, when Mr. Draner stated that I was not en titled to interest. I stated it was entitled tfl...

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 November 1850

JWagee's Liniment. 1 N offerieg tbii valuable preparation to the public -" toe undersigned it well aware that he will have to encounter not only a ttrongpreiudieeagaiustall patent vt "uuivrnai sneoicines, out tnat his lini ment will have to come in competion with manv valuable and longer established preparations. iai at .eariessiy enters tbe lists of (hose who are engaged in preparing remedies for tbe ills of hu man life, with the confident belief that nothing out a lair inai is wanting to convince every un- prejaaioen or even prejudiced mind, that this lini , ment has no superior, if an equal, for the cure ofl the various diseases for which he recommends it - He has been for several years engaged in the pre '". paratioo of this valuable medicine, and in ad ' ministering it to his afflicted neighbors and friends. oui soi unui recently, ann atter many solicitations rum mote wno nave tried its efficacy in the alle viation and care of distressing afflictions, has the proprietor been in...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 November 1850

00 ; , , iniiiwi j. MM" mHn'v wo .v. - SSVlJ 1 BBflOCBiTH! BISMflB J. FICKElllt; TERMS:- Jingle copy, ieTaonum, In advance, - $180 irot'eidwiihM three months, - 200 ir nA noiH within the Tear. - - - - 250 N. ...... be discontinued unlesstbe same , , .. ... be paid for op ' the time of discontinuance - Rates r Advertising. TwWsles or lets, first Insertion - . if.'h jaHioB&l (ntvrtion. - - ' ' - 381 1 Ywrfr011 qotrtCTly advertis ementi at reason able rates. tAvewtsiartbe Banner. - 4,8, E, Murray, Bowling Green. ioha-L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. t.i r tt . jr:ii XT4 luumn v annoy,. aouoy ; r.H H. Johnaon, Aahley. ti .Minor, Prairie vflle. " 'A. MThomas, Paynesville. Col. J . H. Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adams, Uaaville. Col. William Prieat, New London. au-Gray. ikiliil tit , -n il i ;B jiiv'i in r ? i r w s y-vrr ; f V ---- - j, i - r - t S a .w' - - - C a. e erw 1 U US . , l-LJMa-J U UIIUVLU U ; ...t ) i. i:L. i t-vm... ... urn sinl .! TO ,.IU Ju I Mi'.m...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 November 1850

Y -J . . A.I ! . I - . .aiMMilmlMi.-l:' Tn nmui If SBMU II MW iwi- amitotic the other the varying tad altera atobjustice of bterest, design, or Busap pnbeoxioa. ' : i Sadk Mae tit eatbiete we bare formed, voetoalyef tbatsx of the constitutional . , reauisitkmiU-), but 6T lie great and immo- Jeble prbcipls which constitutes iU basis and de& It h to ur mbda insufficient I X ajtfcrer tint (M disenmmattng tax com 7. t&iaad ef b the tawseat faetaaee, was le aed threaeh the meehberv of a diferiniine-l tiaglueWe, beieed of tba more direct man-Jfi . aer wfcieh it searM ta tkj. ukn re- pngaaat la theeeewtitntion b the one eeese, it earnest be conformable to iU spirit or de- uofth7lieu.e Jaw. of tbe States theb houses, amjhemaelvee .and thmtetto la spring, the, held several tblied ineaaalirv upon tba people at large. " that iflevied upon tbem directly aad sim-j ply, ia plan terms, far a plate purpose, aad t. onctforaX, it Is sufficient for tba purposes' of tikis oobion. aad far tba 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. — 27 November 1850

' "WEDNESDAY MORNING, , ' KoViSMBER: ; ; ; ' t : . : 27. 1850. . ! r9The eaawwntoation of Mr. Kennedy, in "re'pljttf MriTrP ,UToidably crowded out ' - - ' ' . .' -' ' 'VtmtLf bnve M cttBonmieatMm troai -sw ians which will t slteiided to next iw TWmjhm1 bdimai. The faM ere an bofauitKinetr nose bw uw WfcV tfc prfodpd bayen db too mot topos U to ht that fear atnrtstnL The weather. jerj fiSUnjhteriny must soon comment term tenew will earn togethery . st ... ,,. Jjmibal Union. Wa ana aey aibout the bum of the market hire, r;,4Wplftat a gaodiMay contraeta" haw been 'j Jbe these eJbf at. Hannibal My from vJ7a. BahTtr to he fauna in this paper. . Mr nirBmShg Sm fcr sale a large amount of city t jewperty ' v Eh By the advertisement of Mr. Young, wiS be-eeaa that bar hat just received and open ed for tale a large lot of Furniture, in thio city, "which be sftera lor aale upon the mot reasona ble terms. Those who wish article in hi line of business, ahonld not Tail to give him acalL Nw Jcassv ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 November 1850

TO THE FARMERS OF FIXE, BALLS, la&iTnxitzim HQSS WAirx LINCOLN. MONTGOMERY," AaD AUDRAIN COUNTIES. ' ' Ta S i & ATTHX SEW CHE1P CM SMB. E DRAPER iBnCTlttRS, beg Isajwwi. 4 forahUMeifiaoosofFikoafrdoiM REsn Arkivals r r t 3 Ml f new aadl FALL AST) WVTTER GOODS, wmea no to elanr nt fbe very lowest run for Cask. Ho stack emhian Marty every de scriptioa of STAPLE 4. FANCY DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, . . SHOES. &c &c 1 Ha oU iMitiealarly ask the atten : oUitios f pareliMen to hi ttock of Haft, 'Cap, Boots sod Sboci. Call and examine goods mtxd price. -t -...:.' . . JOHN. A. ROBINSON. October, 1850. .CFAJUUXISmtrin. Arabfaa Ltnii L IS a meet eztrmerdinarr BriwU.. th trwth f which is placed beyond doubt by the vast sale tneastiele, aad fbe many cure being duly per. loraned by H, which previously bad resisted all ower medicine aad the skill of th best physician mU. XI is composed of balsam, extracts and gum paoaKar to Arabia powering, hi a concen trated fores, a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 December 1850

IJil " J .fty! ' - tr . Li. A AO la !Jin ::! s-imri & U ii dJa.'oslsa. sirti ! w'm-jff. )t 1 !rT j j ; i . i IT 1 l- I r J." .'i !T1 " . . . . IVTrp jJ r Wllb VvlAA! trude in a'tStaJTisiluirf t to worupiw " ' ' I III " I I I ll I t ' " "II- I 'ft- . .le b' iMM"nitt, Vu.-f .siwaseths,- ' . iadrsctotiaaedanleastbesame ee fail X- tafce,tise of discontinuance retort arrxo W Stasd -Ditibeb W yjtMw". VOL;6. niivnittincT 'ahi ''enortinr'aaad-waV. IA tbe) ' lihm nd' nntfa f fno--their" eflBBWcSaU - 'l bw ..tfc.v dMrtetftfieWrVM w LOtJTSlANA,' PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER-!, 1850;' flfb24W:R H w rl"iv r ttp -t -k. , 1 tnoyji article of apparel, aaale nf ' fcf rFroziiU DvNitCvctrn&g)mK Wt. wldd ioihe bolynrar, all confirm- "r iwiu, a - lied habiliment Iroaa mat aT wnn. ., oaw "We d-cendf J a steep pat uito'tWjlongigted JeroIeefcadbroag1t leaiKaai i;. a. iBMrtloa. ; 75i' ' . - - - -- ' 'kaUUiaoaliMertioa, ; ? , .-: - 3:documentary, and eealiactU with hit sweepiBjf-aetion 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. — 4 December 1850

1 i4 OBnOJfilTIC BANNER , fjOCltlAHAfHO. : "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DxcsiiBsa 4ih Ttae favra Basiaets, A town becomes a place of importance, not to . much from the number of its citizens, the beau . ... ty of its streets, and the magnificence ot ita build- . tegs, aa from the energy end enterprise of ita in li j fcabuaots, in opening a market for the surround V in; country, and extending the facilities oftrade, - It ia true, that elegance and neatness are very de sirable ia a city, yet these things might exist ita public works might be splendid its location , . delightful, and Corinthian excellence displayed .In every building, and it still be a place ol little . or no importance. The desire for wealth and the goods of the world, as they bring comfort and independence, although it often degenerates into avarice, has been wisely planted in the human : heart. ' It begets industry and perseverance, so r necessary to our happiness and health. It spurs ; 4he indolent and bj-ens the eyes of th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 December 1850

Ja TM?rvwmm - nw - r Drt wneATto bit. Ia order to mom ear foresee day of publication our piper will ap mta on M" Monday next. After tint time. it wiS be pubSibtd arccUxxv on every Mofr day morntot;. Bg-Tni article, we apprehend, this ea ronj wCIbe iouree of considerablo revenue ahd " profit & farmer, who are fortunately aup- jfiedrfth'an'u. Hew. the' market hu opened at this place, we "ire a yet perfectly advised, though there are V nerhsp, numerous purchaser among the mer- ' ehants. There have been but few tales here, thus lax, and those probably of mail quantities, The weather basscontinued unusually warm, and ' eoneeqaently little or no slaughtering hat been don. . Price abroad, however, indicate much higher futures than it stood at last season, and the prob ability !, that the demand will be much greater than the anpply. Hogs are ihooght by inanyjo bf quite scarce in the country generally, which may nave resulted, to a great degree from The low price of the hwt season. A lar...

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

- z.-rr. - - 5 min; FJm Graham's Magaxinefor December. , 'f Think, of Thee. VJ:v., t--'f- . . . . BY oko'. B. tBElcriCE. na f"-- .:. r i im. . ' ) think o.f tliee when eve's lait blush . ' Falls mournfully on heart and eye; : Or thee When morn' first glories gush '-;. Jivgold and crimson o'er the sky; '" ' My thoughts are tiine 'mid toil end strife; - Thine when from all life's perils free Ay, thine forever thine my life " , Is hut a Irving thought or thee. . I think of thee 'mid spring's sweet flowers, And in the summer's brighter glow, Of thee in autumn's purgle bowers, - And gloomy winter's waste of snow ; My thoughts are thine when joy depart, And thine when all life'e sorrows flee . i.-Ay, thine forever thine my heart ' - Is but a throbbing thought of thee. , ; ' '". Phases of Social Existence. ' .iJl.H'' .l IT,.-:, I I " I Kl ' ' .T- !; A POEM OP TBI IKAOIXATIOir.- ...... "; When I'm rich I rides in busses," "'When I'm poor I walks and cusses; ' Wen I'm rich ray tailor's civil...

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 December 1850

BBHOCBJTIC BANHBR CBMSBBD IT A.J.PlCKE3tl. TERMS: Sjagte eovy, rr annuin,in advance, If not fit withi thret months, -1 net paid within the year, - 1 50 200 250 ffo motf will be discontinued nnlesstbe same "be paM far up to the tineof discontinuance Rate of Advertising;. Tmtlre lines or lei, first insertion, - - .75 Each additional insertion, - 38 Yearly and quarterly ad vertisements at reason- Able rates. Agents far the Banner. X. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy'e Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. :i J. Minr. Prairieville. . A. f. Thimas, Paynesville. . B.P:Cliff-rd.ndCUrkivi,le Cel.'Wm. Nalley, CoL Jas. II. Brilton, Troy. . ' Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS: 2s Session TVA-HisoToit. Dec. 2 -8 r. n Sesate. At 12 o'clock, the Senate was call ed to order. Present Messrs. Bradbury, Ham lin. Hale. Norris. John Davis, Winthrop, Phelps Clarke, Upturn, Smith, Baldw...

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