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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 January 1850

Ihence aburHant snitepance for all, and am- t)Ie elsmeats for a commerce which embra pel the "world in its' wide circuit.' Mag n&cept rivers, such as the world never be fore saw, course like veins upon its surface, scattering fertility along their pathways, and bearing upon their bossom the products of industrious millions to the great entrepots of trade. Splendid cities illustrate its out line; railroads and telegraphs intertwine its surface like net-work, binding the whole together in indissoluble union. Seminaries of Warning, planted on every hill-top and in every valley shed light and intelligence a round; and countless churches, pointing (heir spires to the temple of the living yod, are the sacred guaranties of morality and virtue. "The sun never before shown on country possessing So many of the elements of wealthy .so many of the real blessings of life, nor one which has made such rapid progress in the development of its grand system of civilization, government, and em pir...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 January 1850

Legal Advertisements. IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI OCTOBER TERM, 1849. JauiM H. Britton and John A . Woolfolk, VS. Civil action. Robert Woolfolk, Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nichols Woolfolk, Ann Cowen, ml Cowrn, her hus b mil, HeleD B. Woolfolk, Gabriel W.x llolk, James Woolfolk, the heirs of Austin C. Woolfolk, the heir of George) Woolfolk, the heir of Turner Woolfolk, and the heirs or Norbnrne J. Wooollolk the names of which said litim jf Auclin C George, Turner, and Norboruc J. Woolfolk. it eased, (except the said Gabrifl and James Wool flk. who are heirs of said Austin C. Wonllolk.i are unknown and cannot be named all heirs of Rich ard H. Woolfolk, dt ceased T Anneai-inc to the satisfaction of the Court, by the petition of said plBintilfs, that said Robert Woolfolk, Nicholas woollnlk. Aim loweti ami Cowen, her husband, Jainfi Woolfolk, the remaininc beira of said Austin G. VV oollolk, (ex eepttbe said Gabriel Wnolfolk,) t he brirs of George Woolfolk, the heirs of Turuei Woolfol...

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 February 1850

. m t n T I V WD PVBX.IIHID XVIBr MOKOAT MOBHIBO IT PICKETS & BOBIXSOr. a. J. KCKE5S. v. p. noeiifsoiT. Terms of the Banner. Single copy, per annum, in advance, -, - - 1 50 If DOc paid witbia three months, - - - 2 00 if nnt naid within the year, - - - - 2 50 So paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid for up to the time of discontinuance. ; Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion. - - 75 Each additional insertion, - - - - - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason- able rates. JOB PRUrrrXG or ail kinds, done with neatest and despatch, cheap for cash. - WILL. GO. THE LAY OF THE COLD HUNTER BT J. J. A. T. , Home f my childhood, I'll leave thee; ' Hopes of my youth, ye deceive me Death aud destruction, bereave me I will go. Bright land of the west, Til find thee; Home in the east, cannot bind me; Mountains and valleys behind me ' I dill go. . Though toil and danger beset me Companions in toil neglect tne Solitude only direct me I will go. Stive...

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 February 1850

I! - 'lWjMtMMMM HJju , i a Ti n i- IIMll I 111 II I - 4-3 t) if 1 ; ti n IfT i n.. DEM0C1.1TIC 'BANNER. Iditure.,) yet H Wilt be seen that he estimate. . at oneeecMna surprise " ' . .... .... f .r ..unlimt ' Fur inttance. . i i..rr : 1 1 : ..:ii k. wbi Ml imni f ill cljv ltv iiv... - ' IBIIU IUUI UJUUUUa Hill W Af J:1,C&K3 CO.; EDITORS, t LOUISIANA MISSOURI, nSHDAT, rKBRHARVI, I8 60. THE TARIFF. - Some weeks ago we noticed the recoramenda-. (ions contained in the President's Message upon tliis subject and took occasion, perhaps, to ex press our objections to a change in the existing system of collecting duties, uulcss it should be made clear that the present . mode is either im practicable, or attiinded with great inconvenience in its practical operations. No sane wan will for a moment deny. that an adeaforaa tariff is the ntojjLequitable. ajyl. just, in all it bearings, to very class of community. It bears equally upon every section of the country, and affords such protection t...

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 February 1850

TELECiHPlilC DESPATjEUES i FI RE, EXPLOSION AND LOSS OF LIFE. . "lioVJ$naj Morning,!. o'clock.;'' A isastrotn fire occurred in a. large buil ding at the- corner of Main street and Prin ters' Alley i The lower story was occupi r.d by Wm. A. Heron, druggist; the second by the Peoria Daily Champion and Weekly Register; the rear building and third story by the New York Temperance House, kept by Mr. Decker. A tremendous explosion- took place, and. in a few minutes the whole building fell inf burying everything undef. the ruins. Mr.: X. Pickett, senior editor,: while endeavoring to save the books of the office, was sufficated and bum d in the ru ins. Mr. James Kirkpatrick, editor of the Peoria' American, in attempting to run through the alley, was crushed by the fall ing building, and when his body was dis covered the brains were scattered in every direction. No other bodies have, as yet, been discovered. ' The presses, type, and fixtures of the office were eiitiiely new a total loss. 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. — 4 February 1850

9 Legal Advertisements. i Civil action. IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI , OCTUBER TERM, 1849. Jimw H. Brittoo and John A. Woolfolay vs.- Robert Woolfolk, Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nicholas Woolfolk, Ann Cowan, and Cowcpherhui band, Helen B. Woolfolk, Gabriel Woolfolk, Jatnes Woolfolk, the bein of Austin C. Woolfolk, the heirs of George Woolfolk, the heir of Turner Woolfolk, and the heir of Norborne J. Wooolfolk, toe names 01 wtiicn said neirs oi auciiuu, Georre, Turner, and Norborne J. Woolfolk, de feated, fexeent the said Gabriel and James Wool' folk, who are heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk,) are a D known and cannot be named all heirs of Rich. ard H. Woolfolk, deceased, TT Appearing to the satisfaction of the Conrt, by the petition of said plaintilfs, that said Robert Woolfolk, Nicholas woolioik. Ana Uowcii and i Cowen, her husband, Jainrs Woolfolk, the remaioin heir of said Aostm u. Wooiioik, lex ceptthe said Gabriel Wolfok,)lhe heir of George Woolfolk, the heirs of Ttrrnei Woolf...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 February 1850

DEMOeBATIC'B IKNEBf -';, xrrTtrrraci: S Utea xl ptod: in da hat mm 'X'i ,0 A IBS j. hi III El ill! I-', it '-1 . ....,.-. A. j.ricixuf. v. r. mouirsoft Terms f the Banner. tingle copy, per woi,l advance, - $1 80 Jf at paid within three months, - - - - 2 00 If not paid within the year, - - - - 2 60 Ha paper will be discontinued unless the same be - f aid' for op to tbe time of discontinuance. ; i t J ' , . '" Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, - . 75 Caeh additional insertion, - - - 38 . Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. . JOB PBKTRG of all kinds done with neatest and despatch, cheap (or cash. A rents (or the Banner , S. F; Murray, Bowling Green'. , , : J ohn L.Tribble,' Spencerburg. . . Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy. Vannoy 'a MiX. H, Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairievifle. A.-IrPTrotnairPayheille. r-' ' B. P. -Clifford and )n , ... ' : Col. Jas; H.Britton, Tror. JohnW.McKee, $ Cap-au-Craj, Dr.YYm. A. Nicklin r ....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 February 1850

inconsistent wfttrtbe fJonttittttion"br Uie United States end the rights of American eltizensrunder it. 'As slavery had en Actu al existence in tlihie Territorieeet the time ' L j .. t . . , I ef the transfer, such part of it may not be inconsistent with the principles just sta ted would he continued under oaf Govern sent. ": - ;; A law of Mexico, which would be recog nized and continued in California after the treaty, would not be continued because it was the command of the law-making power of Mexico, which cave it original obligatory r . .. i it sorce, , qui ...u pr.u.vr-. so at 10 oecarae- an existing custom, ana DU- ate rights bad grown up Under, and were dependent upon it, The law of necessity, and the rule of justice would continue such, and no other. :". j But even if slavery had b;en perfectly and totally abolished by Mexico, still, siuce the) transfer to the United States, no law could bo continued in force, except such as were not incompatible with the rights of cur citize...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 February 1850

Jkr etAoAs On the'4h 1rit.viy Junee John Ct-Maaale Mr. PETER J'RESLEY.eAtt Miss SUJSAN HARDIR, barb rf Liei Coumjrv Mo.-.!1! ,fa..:i.-.l : ' O TW-10ih it lv the nnij Mr DON AL FHONSO IIOGABClAM,t)i MiM EVELINE A'. FtlTCHERrboih f CiiPljr, ,.I : , i.: ) ..!, :jeoirToMr;oij) iiBioHi.ij r v - - Atfated'on rhefiibJiist., bv Rev. A-AOrMin. Mr. JoSV McCoEnn nf Mr. Win. MeCune Eq.,and Mm Lovma Taplet, (laughter of Green Tapley E q all i.f (hi Cttunty. sJ Wihout our hope, without our fears, Without the borne that plighted faith endears, Without the sni!elrorn partial branty won 1 -' Oh what were maP a world without a tun." CITY ORDINANCE No. 43. j Jin Ordinance concerning d burying ground. Be ijt ordained by the City Council 'of the - city of Louisiana: - - - Sto. 1. rt-iliall be the-duly of the major of the city of Louisiana to draw a wtiranton the City TrcMtirerin favor of Marshal 8. Allen, for the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, ao aonn e;tb laid M. S. Allen shall lecut tolhey good...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 February 1850

iu r ' ' li 1 1 - i j ' a : ' ' a. ; icsai a.uvcriiscnieuist ' is LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI, James H. Biitton and J ohn A. ' ;" Woolfolk, j Civil action. ' JUbert Woolfolk, Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nicholas . Woo1foIk,Aoo Coven, an it Coveo,herbus bnd, Helen B. Woolfolk, Gabriel Woo.fo.lt, James , Woolfolk, the heir of Austin C. Woolfolk, the . heira of- George' Woolfolk, the heira of Turner ' Woolfolk, and the heir of Norborne J. Wooolfolk, 4he name or;which aaia neirs oi auciid Ceorze. Turner.' and Norborne J. Woolfolk, de ' eeased. fexoent the laid Gabriel and James Wool- . olk,.who are heir of said Austin C. Woolfolk,) are known and cannot be named au neurs cu men . ard H. Woolfolk. deceased. .VTT Appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by the petition of said plaintiffs, that said Robert wooaollc,, .Nicholas WoolloiK, Ann uowen anu i ' Cowen, her husband, James Woolfolk, the . remaioinjf heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk, (ex eepjt the said Gabriel Woolfolk,) the heirs of...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 February 1850

, S4 ; DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ; .riiiLUiii evert Monday morninc piCKEXS&ROBlXSON. jirtcaus. ' v. . robinsos; ' Terms of the Banner. if Single -copy, per annum, in advance, - - $150 IT not paid within three months, - - - - 2 00 If not paid wjthin the year, - ... 2 50 ' No paper will be discontinued uiilcssthe same be paid for up to the time of discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. "twelve lines or less, first insertion, ... 75 ach additional insertion, - - - - - 38 ' Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. , JOB PBiarrrXG ofall kinds, done with ncatess and despatch, cheap for cash. - ' " ' agents for tbe Banner. S. F. Murfay, Bowling Green. - .John L. Triable, Spencerburg. ' Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. ' : Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy 's Mill. R. II.' Johnson, Ashley. .-, . G. Minor, Prairieville. ' n-A M. Thomas, Paynes ville. ' .,- B. P. Cliflbrd and ) r. . . ; .C0L.Wm.KalleyC,arksv,IIe- . .CoL Jas. H. Britton, Troy. " - Tally R. Cornick and r.. ; ; John W. McKee...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 February 1850

I! ' ' ' " DEMOCRATIC BANNER. A.J. PICKENS & CO., EDITORS. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1850. DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP ftlEETIXGS. lu accordance with the usages of the party, the democrat of the county ill meet in the several Townships on SATURDAY the 23d or March, for the purpose of appointing delegates from each Township to meet in Comity Convention at Bow ling Green on the 271 h of April, for the nomination of suitable persona to be run a candidates for the different offices at the Angutt election. Let evert Democrat be present at the Township meetings. 1 ne wm or March was recommended a the most suitable time, to prevent any interference with business at a later period of the Spring. The eom - ing election is an important one to the Democratic party, and in order to ensure rueceas, nothing is re. quired but sea and deUruiinaliuu. One and all should (urn out. - DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS, la this number of our paper will be found o Address to the Democracy of Pike, from the C...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 February 1850

it- LOUISIANA: MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25. ?T5"Several communications and advertise' meats are still laid over this week, for want of room. You shall alt be attended to in due time,! irentifehien. In the meantime send (hem in, and rt be sure to send them early. 23-The communication of "A Citizen," which appears on the first side of our paper, has been in the office upwards of two weeks. It was de layed owing to sickness alluded to in our last. HO! FROM CALIFORNIA!! Oil Wednesday morning last, our citizens were suddenly enlivened by the unexpected arrival amongst them of Messrs. WTalterj Crow, James McPike, Heath Jones, Jones, tnd Carson Wright, emigrants from this county last Spring to California. We know not when we have seen a meeting so universally agreeable to S3 large an assem blage. Every eye and every countenance were brightened and lighted tip with smiles. Tim greetings were cordial and feeling. j Then came the natural inquiries: How did you like ? Wa it sickly ? How much g...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 February 1850

Legal Advertisements. Civil action. 2D? T(DT7STS f5i "T!l ...esfiia. OFFICE - MANUFACTORY DR. S. ?. TOWMSEND'S S A R S A P AHILLA, Wttmlrr mul Itlewilng of th Aft. 7 Miff fxrkmrditmrm Medirin in tk H'mtlJ ! CARDS. IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI, - OCTOBER TERM, 1849. James II. Britton and John A. Woolfolk, ' . "VS. . Robert Woolfolk, Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nicholas TVoolfolk. Ann Cow cn, ami Cow en, her Inn bnd, Helen B. Woolfolk, (isbriel Woolfolk, James Woulfolk. the heir of Austin C. Woolfolk, the hern of Georve Woolfolk. the heirs of Turner Woolfolk, and the heir of Korborne J. Wooolfolk, j a.i -r L - i : .1 l.,s ,.C Austin f ' I me liamrs ui which hiu iicih .......... , . . . ,hM1-,. Georrre. Turner, and Korborne J. Woolfolk, d e ! mentaiiter. ami waiiani.! .ulterior to mi lii tt cine disease ceased, (except the said Gabriel and Jatnes Wool- tJiiiHwtromitiiiB. uigml!,ickmiic.nr.i.i-iiiiiiingthc ratient. j f -ilk, Who are hcirS of Said Austin C. Woolfolk,) are The rreat beaot...

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 March 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. tVlUIBID ITI1T II OR DA T MOBSlllO B T I : -' riCKEKS & BOBIXSOIT. Al l.rtckBTfc -T. T. ROBIKSOR ; . . Terras of the Banner. Ifiogi copy, Per Annum, in advance, - If not paid withiR three month, 1 not paW within the year, - - - No paper will be discontinued unless the paid for op to the time of discontinuance. be J .Bates of Advertising. , Twelve lines or less, first insertion; - ' 75 Each additional insertion, - . - '- - - JJg; ' Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. . V , JOBPBWTEfG of all binds, done With neatess and despatch, cheap for cash. Agents for the Banner. 8. F. Murray, Bowling Green. v . . John L. Triable, Spencerburg. IW. John C. Welborn, Frankfort.v, Dr. Nathan V annoy, Vannoy's MiH. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairie iila.-. fh.''. : A. M. Thomas, Paynerville. - vr Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Tully R. Cornick and ) r. JohnW.McKee, j Cap-au-Gray. Dr. Wm. A. Nicklin . vt.. and Ira T. Nelson, j New HoPe Dr. M. McFarland, ...

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 March 1850

u DEMOCRATIC DINNER. A. J. PICKENS & CO.; EDITORS. LOUISIANA. M1SSOUBI. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1850. DESOLlt AT1L' TOWNSHIP MEETINGS. ; '.' to accordance with the usages of the party, the 1 Democrats of the cbiinty will meet in the severs! Townships on SATURDAY the 23J of March fat the purpose of sppoiuting delegates from each Township to meet in County Convention at Bow ling Green on the 27th of April, for the nomination of suitable persons to berun as candidates for the different offices at the August election. Let every Democrat be present at the Township meetings.' The 23d -of March was recoinme uded as the most -. suitable time, to prevent any interference with, business at a later period of the Sprinp. The com ing election is an important one to the Democratic party, and in order to ensure succe nothiug is re qnired but zeal 'and determination. One and all should turn out. THE APPROACHING CANVASS. It will be seen that our friends are be coming aroused to the importance ...

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 March 1850

From the Southern Democrat - " THE POSITION OF THE DEMOCRATIC ,: PARTY. Un to the time that Col. Benton had made his appeal, perfect union and harmony pre- ' vaiieu id wo ucwuuauK nuti id miasouri. We had gotten over the chock given the -nartv by means of his disorganizing course oa the Texas and Oregon question, and had just borne the democratic banner in the most gallant style in triumph, in the late States and Presidential canvassv Some few disorganizing spirits in St. Louis, had, it is true, endeavored to excite division, and smuggle their incendiary Barnburner doe trine; upon 'the District, through the Fred ericktown Convention. But it was "no go." The plot fell still low, notwithstanding the high nameof Col. Beuton had been invok ed, in a pamphlet, widely disseminated, signed by some fifty of his fast friends in St. Louis. Still the country could not realize the extent of his defection, until he came in person, and exploded his appeal, which fell like a bombshell upon the coun...

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 March 1850

Legal Advertisements. IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI, James II. Britton and John A. ) r- .... Woolfolk, j Civil action. vs. Robert Woolfolk, Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nicholas WoolTulk, Aon Cowen, and Co wen, ber hus bund, Helen B. Woolfolk, Gabriel Woolfolk, James Woolfolk, the heirs of Austin C. Woolfolk, the heirs of George Woolfolk, tbe heirs of Turner Woolfolk, and the heirs of Norborne J. Wooolfelk, the names of which said heirs of Aucliu C George, Turner, and Norborne J. Woolfolk, de ceased, (except tbe said Gabriel and James Wool folk, who are heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk,) are unknown and cannot be named all heirs of Kicli ard H. Woolfolk, deceased. IT Appearing to the satisfaction of tbe Court, by the petition of said plaintiffs, that said Robert Woolfolk, Nicholas Woolfolk, Ann Cowen and . Cowen, her husband, James Woolfolk, the remaining heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk, (ex cept the said Gabriel Woolfolk,) the heirs of George Woolfolk, the heirs of Turner Woolfolk, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 March 1850

I J.i.i,Mi.r.iH T .... i . y.r-. .. DEMOCRATIC iJANNKK. rVBLIfHXBCVSKTXOVDATKOSirilCC .. . . by:.': riCKESS fc ROB1XSOX. . ftCXUU , v V. 1. EDBIHSO - Terms of the Baxmer. tiogUCtpj, per anoum,iu advance. - - $160 If pot paid withia three months, . - .200 it not paid within the year, ' " - 2 50 ' We paper will be discontinued unless the tame be paid Ibr op to the time of diafcontinuaace: ' '' ! Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or lets, first insertion, - 75 Each additional insertion, ... 38 ' Yearly and quarter) advertisements at reason abletctee. " ): .. JOB PBIHtIKO of All kind, done nrltit toeateuftsiddepkicbcbeapforcaklu . t..i Agents for the Baraner. S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. ,. John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. Dr; Nathan Vaniioy, Vannoy's Mill; R. H. Johnson, A.nley, G. Minor, Prairieville. ' 1 9 A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. " B. P. Clifford and r,, CoL Jas'. H. Britton, Troy. ... . :t.ksm4 jo-o-- Dr. M. McFarland, Louisville. Robert J. Huston, W...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 March 1850

A , 1 ' """ , V, ff VsufBcIent number of negroes and mulat -trjea had got there (and there 'may -be by 3htt time,) to make any show in elections, that -they would not hare ' insisted on their Tights under the lutlt section; and would not Wery sworn and law abiding officer of elec tions have been bound to grant these rights? Jf you do not believe this fact, yon have the Consolation of being solitary and alone, for very body else would say that U carried tmt and administered in good faith, and not by mob law, that it would produce that result.' "Benton and Hale at the time they gave the vot knew that it would be the natural result for the free nergoesand mu lattos to claim their riirliU under the 10th eeetion; and their very object was to place free necrose and white men upon the same level, It could not have been otherwise, for every thing was before them, end they could not be mistaken as to the enect 01 tneir vote. 'Having the Oregon provisional law before 'them, they cannot, dare ...

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