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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 March 1849

11 ready aiarge amount-of capital concen trated here. The town of Yerba Buena ii called in some of the old maps of the coun try San Francisco It is not known by that name here, however. The town takes its Fou the Ban.nek. J THE INDIAN'S PRAYER. 1 The Indians have a tradition, that the tiiun-i derstorm is a bird, the flatping of whose wings. name from an herb to be found all around P1"068 the 8oIemn 80und of tI,un4e' nd 'he! LCIISIAXA PRICES C)BRET. it, which is said to, make good tea; and possessing excellent medicinal qualities, it is called goou hero, or x erba Kuena. California. The final vote in the U. S. Senate on the question of amending te general appropriation bill, by the insertion of Mr..VValker's (of Wisconsin,; amend ment to provide tor a temporary govern ment for California, without any reference to the question of slavery, one way or the other stood as follows : Yeas Messrs. Atchison, Bell, Benien, Butler, Calhoun, Davis of - Mississippi, Dodge of Iowa, Downs, Fitzpatr...

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 March 1849

4 pm TnvttM' WILL. I ..... i 4i A writer in me tua u ou ... ormg. w - ticeof the public, the 1"$" mZro, JudUhBilbro, Smith McGinnir and oth tbe last will end testament of Gen. J'L .rs j ifcaU on thc 2( ,layof April next, between on, inai me preiiuimorj oic j ,e lours cf 9 0 clock in the lorenoon ana a o -ken to carry out the patriotic intention of, jthe afternocn.and while the circuit court the old Hero: "The gold box presented to me by thecorpor lion of the city of New York, the large silvei .:nn r.r i. si', r vnrt. inn lare silver, vase presented to me by the la-lies of Charles-'from the day of sale till paid, the following de ton, S. C., my native State, with the large pic- scribed real estate, lying in the counties of Pike .r. nrMniinf ili nnl'iirlino- of the Ameri- and Lincoln, beeirniinir at the N- W. corner of can banner, presented to me by the citizens of South Carolina, when it was relusci to ue ac cepted by the United States Senate. I leave in triict tn mtr tnn. A. Jlkolcs...

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 March 1849

- 'DEMOCRATIC BANNER.! . t an i - . .- , . -. n '-. . IT t tt r narn rvrsv iiAvKi k 1 1 $2 in advance, $2 SOthe, eof the. yoluroa. 2f0un paperiH be fliseqntinjjd funkvthe saBbe paid for op to the time of itadiscentiBU- S3?UprRmjVG'dhrit fiery loto.$ .'lt letteVbn' tuVi'mlutbi'Vo paid. " j.t! C: .. J t. . P0'TBYi a. Vo4f tUjftetfJly nd'JIfftetionaTel Dedicoitdto 'lihe Donor 6f&ripturtt" Views of 'Iffonen.'0 1 -.ft; -jj ,11. Wflim? iWTBr ,( . W" . . 1 a. . i v ' 1 nave vwtmi 111 noc ior rame, i i i 1 -"Nor worldly gift of powery t-. i ;u. ,6efekiJt WakVorGlory,naihe1:' Nor Beauty fragile Bower;. " " , ' ' WHlibut !ovely inind','I'i ' ' Like to' a rose' of Witts' bereft I y4 as the ei&pty wind. ..' "!" 'J.I lliii.i . ii. " Anh what is Wealth? a fleeting toy," ! ' ' That dazzles with its' glare; ' '" 1" , . It brings no peace, it gives no joy, ,, Nor e'en dispels 'dull care.". " L . - - - 1 "And fame? what is it but a sound : That echoes for it day; Soon 'neath ccntemptl dark su...

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 March 1849

. iui - i 'r iff i i ' b. c; fc'r.'MWmiir, editor. L0U18IANA. MISSOURI. vMONDAY, MARCH 26th. We would direct the . attention of the travelling community to the eard of the 'Steamer Edward Bates in another column f.The . te;thongh netrly new, has been 'newly painted and put in complete order , for" tbe business of the season, and so far as -her speed and accommodations are con "cerned, cannot be excelled on the river. 'Her 6f5cers are gentlemanly and spare no a pains to please shippers and passengers. - The attention of Landlords and Hosts is "directed to the advertisement, in the proper ' column, of a Tavern . House to lease in this cHji, This house ' is. eligibly situated 3n 'Xouisiana, that affords a brisk boarding -aod travailing patronage. -.The opportuni- j u- rare one iot persons wno desire to engage in that business. i ;: JJf'We are frequently asked what is the Hews from the cholera is it increasing is it likely to visit us and many other ques tions too numerous to mention. F...

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 March 1849

The friends of Staterighti, inutile opponents of the principle oruie"WUmcLProviso," are requeued 10 meet Mjtne Court Htue in Bow ling Green, en the first day of Tthe next Circuit Court, to respond to the' action of our Leirisla- - Several addresses may be expected,' an it if hoped. that there. iwill be general aUeodauceof' the citizens of the County.: K .11 .11 i. - . S. F. Murray, i ) Rob'!, D. Brewihgton, Henry Sisson, u Siml Kem,.; r ; Jtti Campbell s : Benj FTcdd,-:, . U. G.Edwaids, ,.j i, W D Jackson,. V NP. Minor, , .William Kelley, ,,... James A. Bobbins, George W. Todd,. '.'' j no. JbmersoH James At. Martin, u.tv. Miller, James S. Turner,' C.F.'WaMen, A'.'H; Buckner, WmvG. Hawkins, John Clark, . John Tracy, .' Abrain Haff, ;. William D. Green, G. B. Crane, m Matiiew Givens, WmM Riley,;., Perry A. Curry, ', Joseph Ricliardson, E C Murray, . - . James D.Tisdale,1 Isaac Ward, James ;Moseley, George Hardin, Chamness T. Smith, L'M Rodger,- " ZT Emeison, ' William Moseley, " -John...

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 March 1849

hi,? ",ioi i nwwsi j FROM; CAM FORMA,, u ThftkJv.J1tf. Journal f CJmtnerei pub ItsneV'the followTng extract of a letter, which, though no later, presents several 'new features, especially as to the demand far physicians, and the sad want of a gov ernment, it is dated. . Sjui FaANCitco, Dec. 25, 1848. '- I ani still in service, but expect daily to be Blustered "but. Troops have "arrived by the way of Santa Fe, and if they have their compliment or medical officers, i siiaii on tain my discharge. My practice in town is very valuable. , .This, I believe, is the 6u ly port -n;the- world where a physician ...is well employed and well paid. I am. anxious SO know whether the Courts out here have Probate jurisdiction. ' I have had several hundred soldiers1 claims offered me, and I would hare bought them, but the law states that the 'claimants must make affidavits as to their identity before a Court with Pro bate jurisdiction; ;" ; . '. ; Let me give you a specimen of yester day's wbrk with m...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 April 1849

i . . vs. ' . ,i . II 'II III TTBAir II ill! II II ir fWl ;"8Irt' IJ B 3 ,WVt,ili . lliflV sIilftTCV.,; ! . . T.0 .OK 'ft. I " T, Tf.i r j tn.'irl a- 94 ,B- fl.vaPP,?J 5Q at the end of the volume. No man' paper will be fiscoUinued ules? ibm u.i. aaU Nidforptbe tiesa, of iu uUscvntinu- n: a ',;3,!-'" u't Race.Avv. V-VilCi . V ,",;,A.cn.VA ri" l Sir. -J - -ii"f!s t'sv.' ' THE HmtjEPXrTMENT. Our readers will hav'e'hbticed In ourre- tij? t-.t - ft WrtB,f (proceedings .of , Congress, 'that r Thmm vnm. a .u. t-r j i? seu lue.j-ower oouse 10 estan- from ties heart and nut Hie kerne mwerfidlynT P'F Pfot'll?1""? Go;?I3Pe to the finf teader J Ti cfr ,! Batirer6f Bcoaa'nd,'harfme as an'adveWorer r Cbioet W-at ,ary" of; .$'6,000, uaia, in learcn or fortune. ttdmi tt law it wal " w, mu an uiueuiuie nun' ,withm'U ragp he" found that he' tad gained jr'fninatJolerks,mesfengerr,4tcji iied,alyi(dnte.iKe pecar' disease of that cii-Uken principally w' believe,' from -the Bfeeling of Cieu. Taylor an'd 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. — 2 April 1849

,T HE BANNER. BidAfcr. MWUI, Editor. LDUISI1NA. MISSOURI. XONDAY, - APRIL 2d. To-day the citizens of Marios and Pike asmbU at their respective Court Houses, for tha purpose of making an expression egeiait the doctrine of the Wilmot Proviso, and manifesting their approbation of the resolution passed by ourLeeisture inrele Hon thereto. It u hoped that there will be general tarn oat and that the true ground My be calmly, but resolutely and firmly tare. , " A meeting of the BaraJmrnera of St. Louis kes bees held at the Court House of that oooaty, at which preamble and resolu tawari warn adopted which contain eenti- TBtiaogtberdifferKffoiB tboeii enter. Wned by the great body of the people of, Hiesoarf. Some or the tine democracy were present, but the sentiments of the Banbnrnerc prevailed we do not, how wver. feafiee the names of man of the nor pnmhunt men of the city as participating! in the , proceedings. But if Mr. Risk, the frisky aet&ber from that city in the last Legmlatare, b...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 April 1849

i ' M J- D l f r vwm ' JICVHvhCCM - 1 jnXCCBAPfllC.DESPATCIlES. AREUTALOF THE CAS A DA. Nsw Yoak, March 24, 4 r. m. Tie tteuBr Canada, with European1 w vu arrivvaai xiaiiiax on Thajaday bit. From Halifax, her news waf expressed to St Johns, New Brans-l wicr, aaa iron tnence telegraphed to this England, Cobdeo'e financial reform rwjectutttagdowatbeexpeaditarea ten' aeUiacs of poends-4is luea rejeated by Parfieneat. r : J ; The emigrant barque Floridian," bound from Liverpool to New York, was wrecked off Harwich. AH on board, excepting three persona; were lost. ' ' . .France. Tht Government continue! to gather strength, and there ii evidently a growing disposition on the part of the na tion to crash any attempt at public disorder. Upon the whole, the prospects of tranquility are more favorable than they hare been for me past year. . India. 'Another bloody conflict among' the Sikba has occurred near the left bank of the river Ahell, between the army of the Panjaub, under Lord Gough, an...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 April 1849

' " r-rrr . ..- , -. T - - , ANTI-PBOV1SO HEETIKG. The friend of Stale right, and the opponent of the principle of the "Wilmol Proviso," are requested to meet at the Court House in Bow ling Gieen, on the first day of the next Circuit Court, to respond to the action oi our lguiu ture in relation thereto. Several addresses may be exjcctcd, and it is hoped that there will be a general attendance of tbo citizens ot tne county S. F. Murray i; Henry Siss on, ,, Jno. 6. Campbell, H. G.Edwards, N. P." Minori; " .,., Jame A." Bobbins James M. Martin,' '.. G.W.Miner, ; T James S. Turner," C. F. Walden,' . A. H. Buckher." Wn. G. Hawkins, John Clark, '. . V John Tracy, Abran Haff,- , William D. Green, . G. B. Crane, Matbew Given, WmM Riley, Perry A. Curry, Joseph Richardson, E C Murray, James D. Tisdale, ! Isaac Ward,: - Rob'l. D. Brcwington, Sam 'I. Kein, BeniFTodd, W 1) Jackson, ' William Kelley, '".' George W.Todd,; .'. Jno. Emerson,' .. Jame Moseley, George Hardin, Chauness T. Smith, L M Ro...

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 April 1849

L -.r-ralarwiriit S'V'Vrt i'wwfnn' -i.-l'-.- - -.- . :.. t , . ' ', '.,, 1 , f vuiwvtutiv x JLiSl " -. . . . ....... .-.u ... .t . --. .... a-?,. I'1" Mnaman,gaxea lonj and MttestiJ OBob ' S. F. MURRAY, Proprietor. . jxx, m mm m asa :.piu earn u . aw a a ' a? p. t'' ' a c - .mi II Hill n H L IrCv If U II II II- I srU MVI IJ;f ;9jt -.WW-.-Wff-iWqftt ' J L 1 1 ii ft A 1 1 IS J J i! FT t fis I- II 'Ii 7AlJ iU i $iaadvance;$25q at the end of the volume. Ne man's paper will be discontinued unless the same be p aid for up to the time of its. discontinu ance: V-"-.. , J ; ADVERTISLYG. done very low A leicers on business must bo poet paid POETRY. 1 published bt request. THE DEADLY NIGHTSHADE. ' ' ; - A TACT. ' " Two lovely little children went,Srhen rammer wu in pome, . .. i-. . ; Into a earden beautiful, beneath a southern clime: A brother and a sister twins, and each to each meet dear, Was not the mother of these babes beset with any And brightly shone the summer sun upon that gen tle pai...

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 April 1849

7 S I n Coastitniional Amendments. "Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of ' Missouri, two-thirds of each House concur '. ring therein:) Sec 1. That hereafter the Judge of the Su preme court snail be elected by the qualibed elector of the State, and each shall hold his of fice for the term of six years only, but may con tinue ia office until his successor stall be elected and qualified; and if any vacancy shall happen in the office of any Judge of the Supreme court, by death, resignation, removal out of the State, or by any other disqualification, the Governor shall, upon being satisfied that a vacancy exists, issue a writ of election to fill such vacancy, but every election to fill a vacancy shall be for the residue of the term only. The General Assem bly shall provide by law for the election of said Judges by the qualified voters in the State, and in case of a tie, or a contested election between tha candidates, the tame shall be determined in the manner to be prescribed...

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 April 1849

, : ... . For the. Banner Ma, Editob i My object, io writing this communication, is to direct the attention of the Louisiana Library Association to the presenfconditioa of its affairs, and to show the necessity of holding a meeting of its numbers at aa early period as practice We. It will be remembered that the Associa tion : was .organised in the - early - part of the year 1847, by electing officers consist ing of a President, Vice President.' Libre risn, &c, who, according to the. pi o visions of-the constitution, were made elective by the members at the regular annual meetings of the Association. : ,l , ; As that provision of the constitution re quiring annual meetings has been totally neglected, the offices became vacant at the expiratioa of the year for which they were chosen. In consequence of these vacancies-, much confusion has existed with re gard to the loaning of the books.' They have been let out, and kept out, a longer time than the members borrowing them had right ...

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 April 1849

THE WANDERER'S RETURN. air Old .Virginy's Shore. The day was gone, and the night was dark, And the howling winds went by , And the blinding sleet fell thick and fast . From a stern and stormy sky," ' When a mournful wail,, through the rushing gale. ., Was heard at a cottage door 0 1 carjry me back O ! carry me back . To my mother's home once more. . Twas a youth who had left his mountain home, He had wandered far and long: . He had drained the goMet's fiery tide, At the 'festal, midnight throng. But a dream of home came o'er his heart, As1 he crept to the cottage door O ! carry me back O I carry me back To my mother's home once more. I have left the hall of the tempter's power, ' And the revel wild and high "f K They eared not in their reckless mirth. . If I wandered alone to die.' - . Doth the fire still burn on the household hearth, By the ehr tree old and hoar? U ! carry me back-i-O! carry me back To my mother's home once more. Like the weary bird that hath wandered long, I will ...

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 April 1849

rl " IJLm . .. - .DEMOCRATIC B forwe arwobail4rtppyTrHisa - and --tae' could Hrt ifesVer5 fjoeUefc -4ffd neiUief rr i i . . . w s. ..... ... s. i i . . . . . - . . . i .... ! .'.. I. n , L i I In I I iin TTi , , W r . .. - Ms t. a a a a ai j jr-jF- m q a i i .. . t jam a? k m. r f . v tt -m a - . r i c .. .(..,.( 1- t t r 1 . f s i j . must At, pUiti lifcti It fi fiin.! T IMS' Wfl. i , man'4'WOjKwm bdiir.irLfted unless the same be paid for uptothetin ance. . . .a I j'a iftme wn'';""' iii'.tt'.ij'... v w Ji'. fnfpXpwyjfng waa ungpy L. S. Lillins, qe of thp GttgMiSflk Contp&nr detiijed for California, . I.. . W board h: bHg Thoaai Walters for Tampico, Sone'very loto-gjn SlL .n'lJv1.'. I , as aha left the wharf at Philadelphia, on the 31 st ' of January.' . fn i .Shalt hone' and kindred be forgot, 1 ; : ! J' .-And oevr brought toinrndP:' ' : ; ; ? 1 I 'SKatt'Bianoiytlinitb'iio' aer'no,,,''1:;! i ' ,. tuveu ouei leu ueuuiur . . t. - '-TL'-'l-tJl l..- '1' - ' " . ., Coipe, Qomrades;,...

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 April 1849

H -j . i 4 THE- B ANNER; E. C g. r. MURRAY, EdltorsT LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. Monday, -: - 'APRIL 23d. iQ-The attention of purchajers is called to the auction sale of goods advert iftd in another column. ' The articles aie many of them of a superior .quality. We hare seen them. B Aran. Lai been unusually capricious and much colder than her generally boisterous prede eessor, March. During the past week, we ha been greeted several timet in the mornings by. frost and ice; and for about an hour on Monday uis uww icu uuck ana last, ineiruttcrop uere wm be nearly an entire failure. 23" The Brownsville "American Hag" of the 4th inst. says the cholera U fast disappearing irom tne city of Matamoras. The number of deaths that have occurred in that citv is corouu ted si about one thousand, which is 25 per cent OI toe population. ' " S3 At the latest advices from Havana it was ''estimated that'the stlgar crop would be one third short of the field (art year, on; account, of the dry wttfcJK.utf(- tr ...

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 April 1849

r- T iii ii t NEWS FROM CALIPORNI The Bakitnn nim. crVnUhea letter from Mr. H. N. Harrisonyto his blfher in Baltimore' dated - San Francisc owfc'eb. 3, which ffivei the folinannir Intestine in a . ww g , telhgence from the mine i New discoveries' ''' hinr ade every day, I may say, within the laonth not withstanding the bad state" tne weather at the digging) as they ere odld, new mines have been discovered aVp&ssing all here tofore in richness and Tofusion and ' it is said that in these ne places of deposite, some have dug andashed a thousand dol lars in a day aod"hU: is not at allr im probable, wonderful, or surprising, as it may seem, t saw a piece of gold, mingled with white stone, the other day, that weigh ed about 48 ounces, and was purchased by a navv officer for $500. It was really a curiosity, and as such intended for some in stitute in the States. I have seen other rare and beautiful specimens of pure lump gold ot an ovai lorm, uie size oi an egg; some of these have been...

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 April 1849

..va.-1- -A. SmiNO Fashions-A New York cor espondent of the Philadelphia North Amer can, who claims to know the style of the coming spring fashions in millinery thus talks of them : ---v ' ' . . , The new Parisian bonnet is a trifle smaller, and less broadly arched'over the forehead than Jast . winter .The materials are of course of the lightest 'description short of positive uiapuony wnicn is neia in reserve for midsummer .and .Newport.-, The out side.' embellishments consist of a singli bunch of smaU fresh flowers, or a single blush . rose. Inside a flowery labyrinth clings, gracefully, and caressingly to the downy cheek, and in this department the exquisite and still inimitable taste, talent, art-rcall it what you. will, I name it genius of the Parisian milliner is displayed in its highest and most delicate form. The favorite colors of the new bonnets are pink and white indeed nothing else is strictly II it i - i a i r it a i ti auowaoie, aqa as mne-ien'.ns 01 au tue wen dressed ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 April 1849

r r A '.i m BANNER. r. .up PUBLISHED VXBTM01UAT. ; I.JF. HCBBAJT, proprietor. , '..iw 'hi : ..; TEK.MS : ' ' '! $2 in advance; $2 60 at the cud of tnevolam Neman's paper trill be discontinued unless f same be paid for dp to the time of its discont1: ance. ') ..... . u .. .. ' SS-JiD VER T1SIJYG done very hS All letters on business mutt be post POETRY. ... ' From the Boston sl' SENATORIAL PQRTA.ITS Taken in "little," by puf"""' ' . BERTOV. .- , . :" A man of fine talents, bowe VV ou di,ect him Voc nay lore if you list, h Re'll JH W 'jjsecf him; You may call him a pro"0", egotistical elf, Jinl asy that he thiol 'mighty well of himself, But there is n't a arson in Freedom's dominion, Who's better endtled to hare an opinion ! A truce to yir partizan malice and spite, If he ffii he's a giant, you fcnotohe is right! i!" f '. ' WEBSTEB. Jtere sits, at his leisure, the Captain's' old proc i.itori ' ' ' ' -: like Brandreth.agreat 'constitutional doctor;' Yet many esteem him a pseudo-physicia...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 April 1849

if c. T H E BAN WE R. CCkl, r. HIJRBAY, Editors. I LOUISIANA MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - - APRIL 30th. 2JThe letter from CoL Fkkkomt, pub lished on the first pege of this paper, will be read with deep interest by the whole community. "' ' '"' National Contention or the Friends or Common Schools. The foregoing is the caption of call, published in PrgAV Paper and Casket, over a large number of distinguished names from every part of the Union,' and addressed to the friends of Edu cation throughout the United States, to as eemble in Philadelphia on the 22d of Au gust next, for the advantage of mutual con sultation,' and to endeavor to systemize their efforts for the promotion of this "paramount uwcii oiuur rapuniican inauiuuons. ' , Judging .frosaV the energy and forcible .character of " those paper the communi- c'atiTrom the various quarters of the Un ion; and the names that are coming to the rescue, this" prospect of a National Educa tional jConvention is reasonably within the range of succ...

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