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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 February 1851

r9 DBItO CRITIC 'SINNER IAC1MA!TA. HON DAT MORNING, FEBUARY 17, 1851. .I'a."' ; WHAT WILL BENTON DO? . Various spwsulations are being made as to what course CoL Benton will pursue, since hi. defeat in uiis Diaie. some 01 mem ire curious enougn . . - a indeed. It is thought by many, that he will now break loose irom all rentramt and Tall wiIU good zou uv ujb mrmn m iiib Anoiuiomai. auiuii those of this opinion may be numbered many of lis waraestTriends in the North, who are stand - ing with open arm. to receive him. ..... r ,. . .. Kismougni oy otners mat he will oe a can- -didate, two years hence, for the lower branch of Congress in the St. Louis district. t- ..x:.x ti. . ;ti ant Tv,i it,, r.1. r .V . . fllany think that, seeing there is no chance Jor Ihe Presidency, he will yet undertake to repair his shattered fortunes in Missouri, and bold htm. iself in readiness for the Senatorial election in 1Q04, when he will expect to crush Mr. Atchi- on,"and reinstate himself in the Senate. ...

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 February 1851

. - - "J -- mmmmm I i i i- . - I IL . - I Hunan i. . .HiiW 1 II ... II II II t -- ' I I 1 - - " ",- - ;, jatraerdiaary Armal! . ftrjnei MonroeMS'1 Lake Valley, onexprew business to the State on the 1st 4sy of December, and arrived at this point - . ta orAnd haalth anil anirita. OS ine sous mai., f r; AUCTION OF LADIES An auction of unmarried ladies used to take place annually in Babylon. 'Id every district,' says the historian, 'they assembled on a certain day in every.year, all the vir- euis of a marriageable age.' I lie most at ? nri en a . Al A aire ami E " i . . . of the year. The mail which left Independence in Sep tenber last, et by Kinkade & Liv. ingston, as they came in this fall at Straw berry Creek in a storm. Mr. Monroe aays that they lost all their animals, and were five days without food, before they reached Fort Bridger.they hired a horse at the Fort,! and that one they lost, so that they had to go into the Valley on foot; the same carri ers that went out came with...

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 February 1851

Fresh Arrivals AT THE ' CAY STATE IWUJS HOGS WANTBD.i CULD announce to the good people or Pike, that be keepi constantly on hand a general assortment of all kinds of articles in t"e SADDLE AND HARNESS MANCFAC- -.os -tuS .... . TURING LINE, consisting of the following articles inpart, to-wih tadles' and Gentlemen's Saddles of various qual ities and prices; from the plainest Piilceonto tbe Loftiest Mexicana, bridles ror ladies and gentlemen, from the plainest ring .lit, to a splendid Jenny Lind bit and braddoon, together with , various qualities of Mar tineals, attached or detached. Ytacf Silver and brass plated Buggy Harness. "Short Tup or two horse do do -Japaned or black mounted do do Leather Trace carriage, do Wagon common, eta Horse collar, all sires, qualities and prieea.back oands, belly bands, breech bands, blind bridles Check and Single lines, Whips of various kinds, bugsry, wagoners, Drayman's and Drovers de tached Whip Lashes, interlinked breast Chain. Trunks, large traveli...

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 February 1851

0 ., mi i i f - " ; ' ' DEMO CRITIC BANNER rtiinHu bt A. J. PICEEHI. TERMS: Single copy, per aanum, in advance, - $160 tr not Mid with! tnree months. - - - S 00 If noteaid wlthia the year, - - - - 260 Ho BUr will be discontinued nnlesstbe same be paid ferupto tbe time of discontinuance". Bates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, - - 76 Etch Additional insertion, . - Si Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason sale rates. Agents for the Banner S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn.'Frankfor. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy'a Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. - G. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. ISSSSSZI Col. Jas. H-Britton, Troy, Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New L don, SONG-BEN BOLT. Oh! dont you remember sweet Alice, Ben Bolt Sweet Alice, with hair so brown? She wept with delight when you gave her a smile . And she trembled with Tear at your frown: And the old church-yard, in the valley, Ben Bol...

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 February 1851

0 DEMOCRATIC BANNER LOUISIANA. MONDAY MORNING, TEBTJAIIY 24, 1851 . -'- - g. A resolution lias nassed the Senate of this State, that the Legislature adjourn tine die on the 3rd day of March. It pass -td by a vote of 20 to 10. - - - i Godct's L.dy's Book. The March No. of tUa eleirant Deriodical is now tipon our table. . . l.! l-i ...;.u r. . . , . r. , .. , .... ana eouains me asua, una . "?' xheste and interesting. Astonisnea, 'ey.e that you should have any cause of complaint .against exchanges! Those fellows mutt be de- void of taste. 3We regret to learn that our old friend, David McAlister, is likely to have much trouble, jdid not receive as much from'4 the State in addition to the heavy loss that lie recently siis-! as it cost him to have the work done. tained upon his contract to take the mail from He was therefore iu favor of theresolu- Jefferson Citv to Boonville. His partner, a Mr. tl0"' .. ' .... t j :.J To show theiniqniiyof this supplemen- wncneii, oi uoonTiue, wno w (mru...

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 February 1851

in the eounty of Lincoln; which passed Jlr Vernon, from the Committee on icuiture, reported bitclc a pill amminr!atnry iMa . J K.tlV.Ba ... f an act concerning mills and millers, and Vl '. 1 . 1 tha rates of toll Willi an mpntimem; anu recommended its passage; wmcu was a- greed to. Mr. Allen, of St. Louis, from the Com - roittee on Internal Improvements, reported back a resolution of instruction as to the expediency of levying a tax on real estate for road purpose, asked and to be dischar ged from the further consideration of the same; which was agreed to. j Mr. Brooking, from the Select Commit tee, reported back the bill to organize the county of Donaldson, and recommended its passag. The bill was passed over. Mr. Broadhead.from a Select Committee, reported a bill for the benefit of A. P. Rich ardson; read and passed over. Mr. Noell introduced a bill entitled an act amendatory of an act concerning Cir cuses and other public exhibitions, which passed; also, an act amendatory of an a...

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 February 1851

W. KELLY, OULD announce to the good people of Pike, that he keep constantly on band a general assortment of all kinds of articles in the SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFAC TURING LINE, consisting of the following articles in part, to-wit: Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles of various qual ities and prices, from the plainest Pidgeon to the Loftiest Mexicana, bridles for ladies and gentlemen, from the plainest ring bit, to a splendid Jenny Lind bit and braddoon, together with various qualities of Mar tingals, attached or detached. Fancy Silver and brass plated Buggy Harness. 'Short Tug or two horse do do Japaned or black mounted do do Leather Trace carriage, do Wagon common, do Horse collar, all sizes, qualities and prices, back band, belly bands, breerh bands, blind bridles Check and Single lines, Whips of various kinds, $uggy, wagoners, Drayman's and Drovers de tached Whip Lashes, interlinked breast Chains. Trunks, large traveling, and Valice, Cajrfet bags. Saddle bags. Chanultenec Overshoe, b...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 March 1851

T',-? Jr. yjpi r (A fit Jr trcr rvatiiBiD it X. J. PICKEH I. . TERMS: Single eoay, pf annum, fn advance, - $1 50 IT not aia within tore months, - - - 2 00 If not paid within the year, - - - S60 Ifooaperwill be discontinued uolessthe same be paid for opto the time or discontinuance, Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, 75 Cash additional insertion, - - - - - 38 Yearly and qaarterly advertisements at reason able rates. . , Agents for the Banner S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. . John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfor. " Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. r Ci. Minor Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Psynesville. ': B. P. Clifford and ) ri.rk.vnie i Ce!.Wm.Nalley,C"r"vUle' Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. . Col. William Priest, New London. AUDITOR'S REPORT. The following remarks of Dr. Wilson Brewn, Auditor or public accounts, presents in as short a space ss we can put it, the financial affairs of this State...

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

: v"sr J DEMOCRATIC BANNER . : LOUISIANA. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1861., Oar Plank Roads. Now that acts of incorporation have been pass ed for the construction of Flank Roads from this chy to Danville, by the way of Bowling Green and Middletown, andelao to Prairieville, in this county, we shall expect that some effort will be made by our citizens, in conjunction with those interested oh the. wuftos, te get the necessary st&k subscribed, in order that the work may be commenced. Open up communication between Louisiana and the surrounding towns, as speedi ly as possible. The merchant is interested in having trade centred at this point. The owner of real estate will find his property enhanced in value.' The fanner of the country ean take stcck, and receive ample remurneration in the increas ed facilities ' tat getting to market the surplus productions of his farm. ' - We have not yet seen the' provisions of the bill, but -doubt not it is prepared with proper care, and will meet the...

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

Road Com- ob- iect oftbia bill is to build a plank, graded "L -n.n.rtamizad rod from Boonville to Warsaw, and to Springfield and Oeeola, passed. thi Vernon, from Committee on agricul ture, reported back the bill concerning dares. After time diicuision by Meaira. Brooking, Burtis,Cbew, Roberta and Young in favor of the bill, and Mr. Broadhead in opposition to it The bill wu to amended as to apply to the counties of Jackson, Lafayette, Clay and Bay, and passed. The object of tbis bill is to compel large slaveholders to keep their slaves within one mile of the family residence, and not to allow them as many liberties as heretofore. Also, reported a bill to repeal the 2d ar tide of the act of 1845, in relation to the manumiMinn of slaves. The bill was re jected. Mr. Crow, from Committee of Ways aud Means, reported a resolution in relation to the three per cent fund; which was passed. Mr. C. explained that, under the section, too State would receive twenty or twenty five thousand dollars...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 March 1851

W. KELLY, WOULD announce to the good people of Pike,! H that be keeps constantly on nana a general assortment of all kinds of articles in the SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFAC TURING LINE, consisting of the following articles in part, te-wit: Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles of various qual ities and prices, from the plainest Pidgeonto the Loftiest Mexicana, bridles for ladies and gentlemen, from the plainest ring bit, to a splendid Jenny Lind bit and braddoon, together with various qualities of Mar tingals, attached or detached. ! Taney Silver and brass plated Baggy Harness. Short Tug or two horse do do Japaned or black mounted do do I Leather Traee carriage, do j w airon common. ao aai Horse collar, all sices. Dualities and nrices. back- band, bellv bantU, breech bands, blind bridles I Check and Single lines, Whins or various kiwis,' SK-.- . ... rw..m.n. mA TW.r. rU.i r. AVrr. rr'.rvTzrr.; " .i. incaea vv nip Cannes, inirriinura rra vnaiuv, Trunks, large traveling, and Valice, Carpet ban....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 March 1851

Ill If 7 VBBHOBBiTIC BAWRBR (0? LIS RED BT J. PICKENS. TERMS: Single copy, pr a-oum,in advance, - $1 SO V not aaid wi(hi three months. - - - 2 00 If not paid within the year, - - - - 2 50 Ho pap'''!' be discontinued unless the fame be paid for opto the time of discontinuance. - Rates or Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, 75. Each additional insertion, - - - - 38 Yearly aud quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. 'rUMVLU unA Hp "United Wb Stand Divided We Fall." VOL. 6. LOUISIANA, PIXE COUNTY, jJlSSOURI, MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1851. ' NO. 37. Agents for the Banner . ..jS. F. Murray, Bowling Green. . , John L. Tr'ibble, Spencerburg. 'u Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. " Dr. Nathan Vennoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. 4 G. Minor, Prairicville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Tully R Corniek and ) n r . . John W. McKee, $ Cap-au-Gray. '..Dr. VV..B. Adams, Danville. " Col. William Priest, New Lsndon. Gaza DksndcTiov r TUnmLcu Lift, Nashvi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 March 1851

DEMOCRATIC BANNER LOUISIANA. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1851. - FREESOIL ADDRESS la the St. Louis Union of the'4th inst, is pub lished a puerile document from the B enton mem bers of the last General Assembly, lbe ob ject of this adJress, it seems,.is merely to throw off the eceumulatwn of malice ana venom, en geiuIereJ against the Democracy, because they 5oulJ nut, F.nd would not, consent to violate their duties as members of the Legislature, and dis regsrJ the Rill of the people, in the election of Col. Bontan, The names of those members who in obedi ence with the requests of their constituents, had . contributed their votes to the overthrow of one who had become obnoxious to the people, onao-l count of the dangerous tendency of his viewi,L and the overbearing and intolerable course v:liichanj Harbor bill, Fortification kill, and bill creat mnrked his anti-Republican career, are paraded! -mR brevet rank of Lieutenant General. out withepithets lowland disgusting. They pre- tend to 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. — 10 March 1851

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. 8 WAsmsoTOiff March 68 p. m A larg number of nominations were tent to tbe Senate by the President; among them the following: B. Keir, of Maryland, Minister to Bogota; j.ur. juaro Snntnn. Commissioner of Publi 3.r T. Curtis, Patent Office bank; Honorable H. T. Schenck, Minister Rraril: Mr. Hammond, Postmaster, Lan caster, Pennsylvania; Mr. Mosher, of State n.nartment. Charge to Copenhagen. I have reliable information that the Whig members of the Pennsylvania JUegismure met in secret caucus a few days ago, and with great unanimity, the compromise -neu leading, and nominating General Winleld Scott as Whig candidate for the Fresideity, ubject to the decision of the Whig Natim al Convention. Mr. Arthur T. Hopkins, of Pennsylvana, and James Harlan, of Kentucky, have be named as commissioners to settle Californa land titles in ireneral. - . ... :j I..JU Mr. bchenck'a nomination, is saw, nof not yet been sent in. The commitee onr0iirt for said county, ta afivfy said ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 March 1851

W. KELLY, IFOULD announce to tbe good people of Pike, II that be keepi constantly on band a general assortment or all Rinds of articles in the SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFAC TUBING LINE. -consisting of the following articles in part, to-wit: Ladies' and bentlemen's Saddles of various qual ities and prices, from the plainest Pitlgeonto tbe Loftiest Mexicans, bridles for ladies and gentlemen, from the plainest ring bitt to a splendid Jenny Lind bit and braddoon, together with various qualities of Mar tingals, attached or detached. Fancy Silver and brass plated Bucgy Harness. 'Short Tug or two horse do do Japaned or black mounted do do Leather Trace carriage, do Wagon common, do Horse collar, all sizes, qualities and prirfs, back bands belly band, breech bands, blind bridles Check and Single lines, Whips of various kinds, 1"'5y wagoners, Drayman's and Drovers de tached Whip Lashes, interlinked breast Chains Trunks, large traveling, and Valices, Carpet bags, Saddle bars. Chspiihepee Oversho...

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 March 1851

rii-i"ii'v;'T'mfTir"vi Tor ' IJl Vtr Ilit1 ilTll if if ,,,e i i of ViiailUfr 61 eaa rajiuai fact, that tba veryilati to hicb the ii h Hi it I v i ii II nil i iu:if vetr'It. .iWffW .-.l a. i " ! . I,, ! fiesta: I II SB- H' v-: w v ' m y w- a a w v k i m m m m "vu:m h ii ii nil I T ' ii 1 1 .11 iEI B 7" b tl I II ,f ItiU II LT . - M TTVUEi atogts copy, per aaoam.in ayance, i ($160 -"bfth If not paid withta tareemontne, IT not paid within the Je'ari "r - S50 -?o paper will be diseonueueu ttWMiwt same be aid f or. op totte tlmeocdootmnoancew 't.l Rates of Advertising. Twelve ffnesor less, first InserttoflV1 Bitt additional Insertion"- .vnr V Sr -Yea; -.iwii,t iiionl J 4Mt tVII F v - - cM.tates ;t 'to ; Aienuior in Banner ,i. F', o SL F Mutrav Bowline GreeftvHn . -s : ha L. TribUla, Spancerbure. ,'u n v: vDrvNathan XaonpT, Vannoj'a Mill.,' .. j ' ' BiH.' Johnson, Ashley. ' . . ., . - Vr. irnuur, rrBirieiuo. ; A. M, Thomas, Faynetvilie. CoJ. as. H. Brit ton. Troj r r. , . j. , 1 Dr.-'W. B...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 March 1851

,1 3- OBOOSBITIC B1HNBR - lPiMAW4 MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1151. 2f" The following despatches front Bon Xon it published in tbe New York Tribune, leading Whig paper io the city of New York. ' Greely it just the man to pre coun tenanee to inch proceedings. This a prac tical illustration of what it termed Nullifr .cation. What commentary this upon the many denunciations poured ont against Southern disaffection. Designing; politt clans, sympathisers with Abolition, have taught nanny good men to believe that the Union is io danger, from the measures of the South. So long as the Abolitionists had hopes of carrying out their schemes of ag gressioo upon the South, they were elo quent in the expressions of patriotism, preaching the blessings of union, and en forcing, the doctrine of quiet submission to the laws of the land. They then thought it treason in any southern man to complain of their 'projected wrongs. The people of the slaveholditig States were warned of their hypocrisy and their...

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 March 1851

Administrator's Notice SnnCE b hereby grvon a person interest JJSt thV5nd.Sned baa obtained of the o-Yty court of Pike county, Mo., ettere of ad Siisfrationof tbefoodt unadminutored of the SSte of Horatio T. Kent, deceased, lately in Serge of Thomas J. C. Fagg, bearing date Feb. ...v. tout Ail nersons bavins claims asainst said state are therefore notified to present them for allowance, fai oniess iney ne exmoueu miuiu three years from the date of the letters of admin istration heretofore crated, to said Fagg, they trill be forever oarrea. JEREMIAH ROBERTS, Adm'r. March 171hl851 8w Administrator's Notice. 1TOTICE U hereby given to all persona interest .11 mA. that the undersigned baa obtained of the eoanty court for Pike eounty, Missouri, letters of administration 01 toe gooas unsumiinswra. n iu estate of Henry T. Kent, deceased, lately in charge of Thomas J. C. Fagg, bearing date Feb m.rv 8th. 1851. All nersons having claims ft- rainst said estate are therefore notified to present ...

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 March 1851

W. KELLY, VOULD announce to the good people of Pike, that he keepi constantly. on band a general tiiMiimni Mail Kinds of articles in the SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFAC TURING LINE, consisting of the following articles in part, tn-wit: Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles of varioun qual ities and prices, from the plainest Pidgeonto the Loftiest Mexicana, bridles for ladies and gentlemen, from the plainest ring bit, to a splendid Jenny Lind bit and braddoon, together with various qualities of Mar tingals, attached or detached. Taney Silver and brass plated Bwrgy Harness. Short, Tug or two horse do do Japaned or black mounted do do Leather Trace carriage, do Wagon common, do Horse collar, all six. Qualities and prices. back hand, belly band, breech bands, blind bridles Check and Single lines. Whips of various kinds,' buggy, wagoners, Drayman's and Drovers de-, ached Whip Lish.es, interlinked breast Chains,' Trunks large traveling, and Valices, Carpet! bags, Saddlebags, Chaptiltepee Overshoe, b...

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 March 1851

uu If 'f f 1 11 AfTAvT ff ft To incfarioisita. tl.e LanUiaisJs ville'Plankjjj; T' Company' - rvnMnza ar ' ftnsle eoev, per nm,4fl advance,. - $1 6(M If oot 'paid withi" fnree months, - - - , 3-OOj If got paid wilbP,tJe year., - - . --" - a2 SO No paper will be discontinued aolesstbesame be f ajd fqr.opto, tne time or gjs continuance, , 1 UBtckoT Advertising. 7 Twelve 1fceor'les's,rt Insertion; - ' - ' !7i Eacha'tion'fl'nMrtlon,, -. V' - ' 3 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason -.TfteTates'.'"' f - ' ' - VAieotifwriUKiBaBiirr. : . . S. Fa Hurray, Bowling Green. - ' t -, Johe I Triable, Spencerburg. . ,IV.JUn C. Wolborn, rrankicrl. ' . JJr,. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy 's Mill. : ,'V;E.,H Johnson, Ashley. . , . ..U.Mipor, Prairie ville. """"Alf.-Thomas, Paynesville. B. P. Clifford ano;) r. ..... . -, ' Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. i Ori W; B. Adams, Danville. .'Col. William Priest, New London. To Bridge Builders. THE undersigned commission, appointed by the county court of Pike coun...

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