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The Douglas Democratic Club

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Pursuant to a cali made in tho Argus, ;he YouDg Democracy of this City met at ;ho Court House, on Wednesday cvening, July 25th, for the purposc of organizing a Democratie Club. The objeet of the moctiug having been stated, E. B. Pond was elected chnirman, and N. B. CtfLB, Secretary. The following rcsolution was theu offoredby N.'.Ii. Resolved, That we do now organiza a Douíílas Democratie Club, and that the iffieers of the same shall be a Presidí! t, 'pur Vice Presidents, ono frum cacli Ward; a llceording Seoretarj; a Corres)onding Secretaria Treasurer, and an V.xecutive Committee of five members, one it largc and ono from each Ward. Adopted. , The fullowing oflicers werc then elected. President - Ilon. A. FfiL'Cfti. rice. Presidents - 1 st Ward, II. J. cuk(v; '2ii. .t;n;ob Wei!; 3d. II. Beahan; Ith, E. B. Pond. Secretar; - U. ]J. Wilí Cor. Seo-etgnj-X. B. Colé. - S. M. Webster. ■■cálice CommiUi'c. - At largo, N. EWulch; lst Ward, A Wideumaim: "idJTolin Vandchadcn; 3d. J. G.Smitbj lth. P. Iloopcr. Oí) motion, tlio Cliuir appointed a Committce to dnifta coustitution mstl !_-- ,aW8, as í'oIIdws; lt. (i. DfPny, Jas. Kingslcy, Jr., and 11. E. Frozer; whicb ::oiiinittce was rcqucstüd to report next Tuesday ovoníng. The Sccrctary was iustruutcd to notify thc offioers of tlieir eloction, and request tJiem to signify tlieir acqeptarice. On motion, thc procociüngs wcre or" dered pnblished in t!ie Mohigan Argxts, Adjoarucd to Tutsduy evening, July 31st. E. B. POND. N. B. Oolb, Seo. J52T" The Sup rom e Court lias rendored a decisión in the so-eallcd l(1letchcr willcase, setting asido the judgment iu the Court below; and ordering a new trial. The Court below sttstalned tlie 53" Col. Dan. Mungkr stated in the Breekiuridgo mocting at Detroit, on Tuesday, that he knew Gen. C.vss to be a Breckinrklgo man. If this is so, the General must proceed to eat his famous NicholsoQ letter and all his Popular and Sqo&tter Sovereignty speeches, made in Congress and out from 1848 down to his vacating his seat in the Senate. IIow will he relish tho diet?