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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 December 1849

J MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24.- Jf & F. MtraaAY. Esq., is our authorized geBtrffcwBffCtaK Any business kit with him for uayWia be promptly forwarded ; We reittt lhe'painful necessity that compel ut once more fa notice the contemptible breath ings orjMlioe.'Vhich'continuet to flow through the eoliuMw of the Record." r And ia order to plkcVouneiyje n proper. light before our redd en, end toeaerit their pardon for having given undeterred notoriety to the filthy slang or the pompous rgnorasnus who assays to conduct the eliforial department of the Record, we desire to state that this controversy, together with all its consequences, must f est upon the shoulders of him who made the first aggression, who threw the first gauntleU 'and manifested a valor which we knew to be false, and like the valor of a simi lar chieftain would finally oose from hi finger's ends!.,,.. , . In the Banner of the 10th inst., we took oc casion to copy an extract from the letter of Mr. Qihgthani a leading whi...

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 December 1849

if 9 f M I g C I LAN E 0 U.S. ' vvTHH TOWER CHAPEL. -One of the most eloquent passages in Ma- cajily's Pistorj is that in which he describes St. Peter's Chapel, in the Tower, where so many illustrious victims of English tyranny lie buried. . .The paragraph occurs in the closing part of the account of the execu tiontof the unhappy Duke of Monmouth. VThe head and body were placed in coffin covered with black velvet, and were laid privately under the communion table otSt, Peter's Chapel in the Tower-Within" four1 years the pavement of that channel was again disturbed,' and hard by the re mains' of Monmouth were laid the remains oJsujries. In truth there is no sadder spot on the earth than that little cemetery Death w there associated, not as in West- jninter 'Abbey and St. Paul's with gonitis and Virtue, with public veneration and with uaperisliable renown ; not as in our hum blest churches and churchyards, with every thngthat is most endearing in social and domestic charities, but wit...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 December 1849

!J r"i 1 "., i, nrnriTiii- ii.v.niini, . ., .-...-,.., nil..,,, , n,. mvrm... .u. m i 'u """ ' ' 1 , ': u .se..,r.mrr . . 1-tlt; . , V'--- " - - :?v.x:. -. "I DEMOCRATIC BAN WEB. tIIIII"f,ItT vOtlT SJORHIHO A.J.TfCS' , ,v ..- Term of the Bannen Single copy, per annum, in ad ranee, $1 50 If nut paid within three month, - 2 00 If'net paid within the year, - 2 50 - - Ne paper will be discontinued utiles the name be paid for up to the time of discoiitir.utr.ee 'Bates of Advertising. Twelve linea-er less, first insertion, JCsch additional insertion, ' - 3i -Yearly and quarterly advertisements at rea sonabie rates. - -JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness and despatch, cheap for each POETRY. : . Keep ene Hind Thought for Me. .-.r. i la after years, when yon recall . Thedays of pleasure past, : '' And tbink of joyous hours, that all, -j-i Have -flown away too fast; -jRrMma forgbttea'atf yon hear,1 '; ' ' ' Brings back past scenes to thee, And sadly charms the listening ear, . Keep one ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 December 1849

4 ft v From the Missouri Republican. ' . PRESIDENT'S : ME S SA GE . . ' FtXlow-cilizaM qftht Smote . vtui Bovte of Xepmmtaficet : Sixty years have elapsed since tbe establishment . of this Government, and the Congress of the Unit . ed States is again assembled to legislate for an Em pire oi freemen, i ne prediction or evil propo eta, who formerly pretended to foretell the down fall of our institutions, are now remembered only to be derided, and the United States of America, . at wis moment, present to the world the most sta ble and permanent GoreriiBieur on eaitb. Such ' it the result of the labors of those who have gone ' before os ' .. Upon Congress will eminently depend the fu ture maintenance of our t ystrni i f Fiee Govern- . tuent, and the transmission of it unimpaired to posterity. We are at peace with all the world, ' ! d seem to niaiutaia our cherished relation of -amity with the rest of mankind. During the past . year, we have been blessed by a kind Providence with an ebun...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 December 1849

the commencement of such operating as the wants bl the country, end especially the advance of cor population in our new dis tricts, and the extension of commerce, may render necessary. An estimate of the a mount which can be advantageously ex pended within" the next fiscal year, under tlm dirsctidn of the. Bureau of Topograph- ...l tfneineers. accompanies the report of the Secretary of War to which I respect fully invite the attention of Congress The cession of territory made by the late treaty with Mexico; bus greatly increased our exposed frontier; and rendered its de fence more difficult That treaty has also brought us under obligations to Mexico, to comply with which a military force is re nuisite: but our military establishment is not materially changed, as to its efficiency,! from the condition on which it stood before the commencement of the Mexican War. Some addition to it will, therefore, be necessary, and I recommend to the favora ble consideration of Congress an increase ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 December 1849

IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI UvlVUAiiiHni 104.9. ' 1- " ' ' vs. r -r rUJoarc vrooiioiK, Kooen vooui, wr., nwuum Woolfolk, Ann Cowen, and Cowen, her hus band, Helen B. Woolfolk, Gabriel WoolMk, Jamei Woolfolk. the heir of Austin C. Woolfolk, the heirs of George Woolfolk, the hrirs of Turner Woolfolk, and the heir of Norborne J. Wooolfolk, the namrs of which said beirs of Auctin C, George, Turner, and Norborne J. wooirolk. de ceased, (except the said Gabriel and J a men Wool folk, who are heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk,) are unknown and cannot be niimed all heirs of Rich ard II. Woolfolk, deceased. aTT AoDearinz to the satisfaction of the Court, by the petition of said plaintiffs, that said Robert wooirolk, Nicholas wooiioik, .tun wwtn arm Cowen, her husband, Jami-s Woolfolk, tlie remainins; hirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk, (ex cept the said Gabriel Woolfolk,) the heirs of Get.rce or tr-tu .t. - r T.... Wnnlfnllr. ftt.H thai heir of Norborne J. Woolfolk, are each and all,of Pi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 January 1850

' . : : ,- ! . v: . :r --' .-- I V.' Ill J -" I ,.un.,'imTn t t XT XT V T Vtia.HX.n tT onjAr MORHIHO e :&-. PICKETS fcROBUISOSr. wears, v. r. aoarssow. iwai of the Banner. . Single copy, p1 annum; in advance, $1 50 If QUt paid within three months, - 2 00 If not paid within the year, - 2 50 Jin Diner will be discontinued unlet the tame aepaid for up to the time of discontinuance. Rate of Advertisinc. ' Twelve linea or lets, first intertion, ' - 75 Each additional insertion, - - .38 Yearly and Quarterly advertisements at rea sonable rates, -JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness and despatch, oheap for cash. '-. From the St. Louis Union. 'Give to the People Universal Suffrage and Annual Elections, and I care not whether, vre faaTe any Constitutions." Without vouching for the form of words, as we rely on memory, there is no mistake, we think, in attributing the above sentiment, substantially M-vre have stated it, to Mr. Jefferson. The great reliance placed by Mr. Jefferson on fr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 January 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. A. J v PICKENS It CO., EDITORS. oar authorized ?ent at Bowline Oretfa. An .jjvr:in,Tr:n -promptly forwarded. f-'.'iat for tbe Banner; ... Thn JSribble, Spencerburg. . ... v aaw. as a a stir iui i a ;Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairieville Judge Thomas Berkley, Payneeville. B. P. Clifford and ) , , ... Col. Wm. Nalley, Clarksnlle. Col. Jas. H. Britton, Trov. Tully R. Cornick and ) ,', JohnW.McKee, j tap-su-Grsy. Dr. Wm. A. Nicklin ) .T and Ira T.Nelson, cw ,,0Pe' Dr. M.'McFarland, Louisville. Robert J. Huston, YVarrenton. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. A. W. Lamb, Hannibal. " " Col. Benjamin Davies, Palmyra. MONDAY, JANUARY 7th. 185. JJ"News from California is at this time of a very contradictory character. Some writers rep resenting it as easy matter to accumulate large fortunes in a few years, and other deprecating their condition and wishing themselves at home in the midst of their friends. Thi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 January 1850

1 THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS nut utii ton . Correspondence ofthe Baltimore American. Washington. Dec. 19, 1849. The Rev. Father Ma the w appeared as a visiter in the Senate Chaniber and House of Representatives (his rooming. r UNITED STATES SENATE. Mr. Dodce. of Wisconsin, offered a res olution that the Rev. Theobald Mathew be invited to take a seat in this body dating bis soioura here. The resolution lies over one day. On motion ef Mr. Mangum, the Senate proceeded to fill up the list of Committees, electing all by resolution, excepting those oft the Dictrictef Columbia, the Judiciary ad the Territories, which were, at Mr. Hale's suggestion, elected by ballot: The following is the entire list: On foreign Relations Messrs. King, Benton, Webster, Foote and Mangum. On Finance Messrs. Dickson. Hunter, Phelps, Douglas and Pearce. - On Commerce Messrs. Hamlin, Smile, Davis, of Mass., Dodge, of W., and Bell. On Manufactures Messrs. Sebastian, Butler, Jones, Clark and Upham. On Agricnlture Messr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 January 1850

LgdrAdti3tisements. UJ LINCOLN CIRCUIT-COURT, MISSOURI .-..PCTOESR TERM, 1849. James HSiittw nd John A.. Woolfolk. ' Civil action. Roberi Wooiu Jt Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nichols i 'HMnfl!i.i i L.owam. kiu wnBsnwannnnsn imi wcu uci uww- ".- 7 n . . - wr if-11. U. WOOI.0IK, e neirt 01 AlWin wuunum, .us; : .... rr if. II. iL. vf T.nai - flairs i ieorge woouom urir v Woolfolk. and the hir of Norborne J. Wooolfolk, ina names 01 . wnicn sum umo ...n v t Turner, and Norborne J. Woolfolk. de- enaaaH. fan-sent the said Gabriel aud James Wool folk, who are heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk,) are unknown and cannot be named all heirs of Rich ard H. Woolfolk, deceased. IT AiiMirinr fa the satisfaction of the Court, by tha petition of .said plaintiffs, that said Robert WoAlfolk. Nicholas WooIMk. Ann Cowen and Cottcb, her husband, James WoolMk, the reme.ning heirs of aaid Austin C. Woolfolk, (ex cept the sad flihriel WooKolk,) the heirs of George Woolfolk, the- heira of Turner Woolfolk, ai.d the ti...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 January 1850

r. R DEifOTJBATIC BANNER. : a ansa so itisi xoiBiT k emit ISO IT - PICKETS &.ROBIK801T. VXCKEKf . ' V. r. kit. nOBIHSOX. Terms of the Banner. Single copy, per antium, in advance, - $1 50 If not paid within three .month, .... 200 If not paid within the Tear, - - - - 2 50 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid for op to the time of discontinuance. Rale e-f Advertising. Twelve lines or lent, first insertion, - - 75 Each additional insertion, ... - - - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. JOB PttlXTIXG fall kinds done with neatness and despatch, cheap for cash. POETRY. The poem which follows is said, by a correspon dent, to have been written by Charles Markov, some time editor of the Glasgow Argus, and to have appeared in a little volume called (Voises from the Crowd." - We remember reading it some - time "V"Tid being impressed by the solemnity and beauty of tbethought, but we bad forgotteu the author's name N. Y. Eve. Post. TT1SII. Tell me ye ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 January 1850

9 "V 11 - 111111 H, ,. DEJlOtRITIC BANNER. " A. J. PICKENS & CO., EDITORS. LOUISIANA. MissomaT AfenU far the Banner. . John L. Tribble, Spenccrburg. Dr. Jn C. Welborn. Frankfort. Dr. Whan Vannoy, Vunnoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. . G. Minor, Prairieviile. Judge Thomas Berkley, Paynesville. B.P. Clifford and ) r,.,r. Co!. Jat. H. Britton, Troy. TuUy R. Cornick an ) r ali rrBV JohnW.McKee, J W-a-G") Dr: .WmJ. A; Nicklii. K and Ira T. Isi!sun, $ Dr. M. McFarland. Louisi!o. Robert J. Huston, Warrriiton. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. A. W. Lamb, Hannibal. Col. Benjamin Davie. Palmyra. HOSDAV, JASK7ARY 14lli,lN50. Rally Democrats!! To tht Democratic Voters of Pike. If yon wish to be represented in the next Congres ional District Convention held in this District, to nominate a candidate for Congress, ycu should assemble together and appoint your delegates during the winter months, as later than that would not be in time. February term of the County Cou...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 January 1850

TELEGRIFHIO DESPATCHES. TBIBTY-FIRST COXGRESS. Washington, Jan. 37 p. m. In the Senate yesterday, Mr. Cass's res olution for inquiring into the expendiency of suspending diplomatic intercourse with Austria, was taken up. Mr. Cass said he! not aware that the resolution would be!tne ePe"ses ot collecting the revenue and J Th.cniritnfintPrrnmmni.iPaHnn between nations had made them one ereat!?"? 8"d jtifwble we have no means of family-the age was advancing; the press announced the judgement of the day and foretold the decisions of the future; no one was above its censure, and all governments desired its piaise. Public opinion now ruled the world. He said there was no commer cial necessity for a minister in Austria, and in performing an act of moral justice we should not prejudice any national in terest: he did not pretend to say that the resolution would not offend haughty Austria, particularly in her present humiliated con dition, forced as she was to humble herself before Russia. The...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 January 1850

Legal AdFcrtisements. IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI OCTOBER TERM, 1849. James H. Brition and John A. Woolfolk, Civil action. VS. Robert Woolfolk, Robert Woolf.ilk, Jr., Nicholas Woolfolk, Ann Cnw en, and - -Cowen,herlm- band, Helen B. Woolfolk, Gabriel Woolfi.lk, James Woolfolk. the heir of Austin C. Woolfi.lk, the heirs of Georce Woolfolk, the litirs f Turner Woolfolk, and the heirs of Nnrborne J. Wonolfolk, the names of which said heirs t-f Auctin C , George, Turner, and N'-rbome J. Woolfolk. de ceased, (except the said Gabriel and James Wool folk, who are heira ofsaiUA-istinC. Woolfolk.) are unknown and cannot be named all heirs of Rich ard H. Woolfolk, deceased. IT Appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by the petition of said plaintiffs, that said Robert Woolfolk, Nicholas Woolfolk, Ami uoweii ami Cowen, her husband, Janu s Woolfolk, tlie remaining heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk. (ex cept the said Gabriel Woolfolk,) tbe heirs of George Woolfolk, the heirs of Turner ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 January 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. VLttWs VnY OKAT KOlillO at . picKesi & BOBursoir. A. J. FICKCKS. : T' OBWSOir. Terms of the Banner. ainaVeoPT.per annum, In advance, - - If pet paid Withia three months, - - 2 00 trMid withiatbe year 260 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid for op to the time of discontinuance. Batea of Advertising. tirelve lines or lets, first insertion, - - - 75 Each additional insertion. - - - 38 Yearly aod quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. JOB PRMTIXG of all kinds, done with eatBCM and despatch, theap for cash. POETRY. The German Emigrant's Farewell. tare will! farewell! dearest land of my birth, I am Crossing the wide, ide sea. 1 leave the with tears, yet I would not return, I go to the land of the free, I go to that land where no tyrant like ours, Bfda the people bow down to his rod j I go to that land where all men are free, ' To worship, in safety, their God Let tyrants beware, for the time Cometh near When the people shall rise in their 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. — 21 January 1850

DEMO CRITIC BANKER. v. A. J. PICKENS & CO., EDITORS. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, JANVAHT 31,18 50. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. It will be recollected by our readers orera tax of only 30 per cent, and causing the more wealthy consumer to pay just 60 cents rev enue to the Government for hit ten yard of fine goods, which are truly worth three times a much as the coarser article purchased and used by the poorer man... In this case, they are taxed to the same amount with hi own in opposition to this measure ?j From the New Albany Ledger. th .nnt. r thft miuiira are actim? nnon! carman LmpireTi Antm the defensive, and its heedless advocates, who cherish it to the exclusion of every other idea, and press it with even greater zeal than patriot ism would demand in a good cause, could re Cabi net Sympathies for Despots and Ty rants. - It will be recollected by our readers that Andrew Jackson Donelson, Esq.. our dis tinguished minister to the German Empire at tranktort-on-the-ftlaine, has recentl...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 January 1850

TELECRIPEIC DESPATCHES, TIIIKT-FIRST COXGRESS. Washington, January 7th. ' In the Senate Messrs. Clay and Hale ipote on Cass' resolution, which consum ed nearly the entire session. Various petitions and memorials were presented. Mr. Clay presented a petition, numerous ly signed, asking the recognition of the Re public of Liberia. Refused. Mr. Dickinson presented a petition, sign ed by citizens of New York without dis tinction of party, asking that no appropria tion should be made for an Embassy to Austria. . Mr. Cooper presented several memorials praying for a reduction of the tarin. In the House, Mr Kaufman, from the Committee on Rules, reported an amend' inent to the same, which was made the or der of lh day for Thursday. The House proceeded to election of Clerk. First ballot, Forney 107, Campbell 95, fcattering 17. Second ballot, Forney 106, Campbell 102, scattering iz. Adjourned. .Washington, Jan. 8 - In the House, three ineffectual ballotings were bad for Caerk. Ua the last ball...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 January 1850

Legal Adrertisements. IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI OCTOBER TERM, 1849. Jamw H. Britton and John A. Woolfolk, VS. Civil action. Robert Woolfolk, Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nicholas Woolfolk. Ann Cow en. ami Coweti, her litis band, Helen B. Woolfolk, Gabriel Woolfolk, James Woollolk, the heirs or Austin C WooIlolK, the heirs of Georci Woolfolk, the heirs of Turner Woolfolk, and the heir of Norborne J. Womlfolk, the names of which said heirs of Aitciiu C George, Turner, and Norborne J. Woifolk. de ceased, fexceot the siiil Gabriel end James Wool folk, who are heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk.) are unknown and cannot be named an neirs 01 mcn ard H. Woolfolk, deceased. IT Appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by the petition of said plaintiffs, that said Robert Woolfolk, Nicholas Woolfnlk, Aun Con-en and i Coweo, her husband, James Woolfolk, the remaining heirs of said Austin ('. Woolfolk. (ex eeptthe said Gabriel Wlfolk,)le heirs ofCe.irer Woolfolk. the heirs of Turner Woolfi.lk,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 January 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER, XILIIItl.dlT MOiMT ioiiriiro " , ' . i. '. - - ' " ' '- . I , r ..,;") . T . ,, riOLEX & BOBIXSOX. . . L. I.'TXXSX ' S.XOBIKS0H. Terms of theBanjaer, .. jjjgle copy, per annum, in advance, $1 60 If not paid withis three months, 00 If not paid within the year. - - - SflO No paper will be discontinued unless the sane be laid for bp to the time of discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, 75 Xeeh additional insertion, - ' Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. JOB PBRTIXG of all kinds done with nearness and despatch, cheap for cash. MISCELLANEOUS. ; Tar Execution. On Friday last, Ben, the negro man belonging to Mr. Thomas Glascock, poito4or the most horrid and atrocious mur der of two of the children of Mr. Michael Bright, residing in the western part of this county, snf. fred the penslty or the law. The day was beau tiful, and the weather- warm and pleasant for the season. A public execution never having take...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 January 1850

ifEMOCRlTIO BANNER. A. J. PICKENS fe CO., EDITORS. LOUISIANA, , MISSOURI . MONDAY, JAKCART3I,180. ?f"The communication of "R." is unavoida bly crowded out this week.' It shall appear in our next.. .! i"t ' " ! - The Meeting In Bowling tirccnIts Ot " feet.. The following communication came to hand by mail on Friday last,' and is from a democrat, good and true, and of course en titled to a place in our paper. We aieglad to see the attention of the people directed to the subject of. county ticket we think it ominous of jinjoniaride&J ; hut .in our judgment pu correspondent has mistaken tb,e vobject-of. tie call for, a meeting of the party at Bowling Green, on Monday ,.the 4th proximo. . That call, we understand it, wu made for the purpose of appointing and instructing, if necessary, the Delegates from Pike to the next Congressional Dis trict Convention, to be held, we presume, some; tine in the Coming Spring ; and for the ftrr&er purpose, as stated In the call, of taking such s...

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