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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 14 April 1855

T E LICIANA DE1MOC T BY G. ~. REES. : 1 CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1855, VL' v . 1. TERMS. Tim "IFELICIANA DEMOCRAT4 will be libhed every W I An ST , at TN EE Dollarp or nanum, payable In a Tdve.a op oa will rb hrnlshed for FIVE DOLIRS. Anv3RTfONMICN'I insertwd at One Dolr per esre T W E V ! lines or lea,) for thein ert d fifty cents for each subioquont . The Pee for announcing a candida for oce will bTEN Dollars, payble advn . REEE. -CA-DS, PROFESSIO L, &c. JoeH McViA.Clinton. CIARs. IA. Jackson. JOHN & CIHARLES VEA, Attorneys It La al4 CLINTON AND J KSON. LA. AMxes Wt. w. sAMYORn. WELSHi & SAM RD, Attorneys at CLI ON LA. W ILL attend promptly to huines en trusted to their care in t Parishes of East and West Fellciana, East ton Rouge, nd St. Helena. Orrca in Clinton, on the Ea side of the ublic S .unr.. a, W. FERGUS KER N, A orney ad Consaello t aw W..ILL ATTEND promptly all busineas TV intrusted to him in the Pa es os East Feliciana, and St. Ilenan. L mfr 28 JAME...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 14 April 1855

FELICLANA DE CRAT. SEM- E KL .. CLINTON, LA. atscr Morning, Aprl) 14u 18s. -- -- - -~m-Uo or B,Ar wma rsi vlosm deve, we hayve bee mabled to lIme the Adt amb, or, ethe "Tuu 1aº I I ddoag. thiSwe r Iit . enimy to leglhy espo elsom of the Ietdsple it elita 1title hlly dee rMry las agle werd. O.0ur Bat Mae will be on Saturday, the 2l lmsett, afta wh eleb we el ommeaoe our nl weekly pablkatlae p ueCtar Losea, No. 2, L 0. o. 7, will ee. rateJ the 3Ih Afalerlaty iof the er a Aerla, o Thaurdy, Sthe 1k let. Am oramion will be de. yed at the Meelbaa t CLahurch, by J. 0. FgA:, q1r., to which the pabtle, gesraally, are iarlted. ee notice. ' .Tu Tauemws will gle ethe peeforamee oR Trageur etitg, e whiLkh oisadom will be pr aeted the melodra, of 'oemnr Xaias sad the farse of Box A Co. f0Our thbae are due Wa. 0. O. B r.r, ad . C. ieaaro, her. for late city papr.. 'l..per reeiervla this number of the DsLroa, will please place as on theIr xhangem list. There are may exchanges sent to the L.. PFIaW ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 14 April 1855

Democratic State Centrd Commnttee. New OnL1uA March 21, 1885. Pursuant to convocation, the Conmittee mbt this evening. The President laid beofe themembersthe following letter and resolutiohs dlopted at a meet ing held at Baton Rouge on the lt of March last: SENATs CHAnnU March 1, 1858. Ilrr Sir: I have been Instructel to transmit to you the proceedings of a Demootstlo meetin of the members of the Legislature. Be kind enough to give them publication. I am sir, four obedient ser vant and frlond, CHAB. J. VILTERE, Secretary. EUmT LA SBan, Ieq., President of the Democrate c tate Committee. Pursuant to public notice, the members of the Democratle party of both Houses ef the Logislsture of the State of Louisiana met dim day, Thursday the 1st of March, 1885, at 7 o'clol P. K., In the Sen ate Chamber at Baton Rouge, for be purpose or sug gesting to the State Central Comdttee of the party a day on which to call a Convedlipn to nominate State officers at the next general ebction. Thb meeting ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 14 April 1855

SWORIT7T OF N. The f.4p pv9 1 l w e livered by. M,4 i.t L $, Be.~It ,, the presonlW vy, en. Jackstacai No , Fdr t bqato grdss fkom the Ahmlly ofGo a. Armstrong) deceased. Mr. Preside4tt:--I mest:' tle' indal4 once of the BSenaep for .~tin : at t| usual business ma.y.y'. ld gd ye me an opportunity to 4iphaig a~e ,tist wl ich has been com ittDp - `trtstt I had not the hearttb declline, b It ivhih' knew I had not the po.er to.tlflas suach a mis sion shouldle'fL . jdE~ ALF hand the sword of en-eraJackson, which he wore in all his etpeditions, while.in the military eu~ce of th6 csunify, and whlok was his faithful companio inh his last and crowning victory, when New Orleans was saved i from the grasp of a rapacious and powerful enemy, and bur nation from the disgrace and diaster which defeat woulfi have brought in itstrain. When the hand of death was apon him General Jackaor presented this sword to his friend, the late General Armstrong, as a testimonial of his, high appreciation of the s...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 21 April 1855

THE PELICIANA DEMOCRAT, BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGRTS. TERMS--S8. VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 18b5. N0. 2. TERMS. Tue "FELICIANA DEMOCRAT'will be pub lished every WEDNESdlAY AN.D ATU lt. , at THREE Dolluar p-r anmiun, ptyable in advape. Two cop oies wIl b, frurnahed or FIVE DOLI1lS. AIVsIaTIn~MaKNT insert,d at One Ddr per square IT W EL V E lines or less,) for the nret nlsertion, aid Iffty cents for oach subsequent oe. The'I F c for anuoutCng a candidaft'or oMlee will be TEN Dollars, payable in advance. TARDS, IPRO ESSION--- L, &c. JaOl McVMA. CIlnton. UlAs. MW.cx, Jackson. JOIN & CIIARLES 3IVEA, Attorneys at Law u1l4 (LINTON ANDI) JAO 8ON, LA. JAM.E WESI.Ii. J I. IAMFPORD. WELSH & SAMF)RD, At.ornoys at La. CLI'O)N, LA. X IL, attend promptly to all business en trusted to their care in th. Parishes of Ea-t unld (tst Ftlciana, East Rtop Rouge, oad St. I[ :lena. OftaICe in Clinton, on the East aide of the Puilie Sp';ir., a 14 W. FERGUS...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 21 April 1855

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. SEInfi-WEEKLY. adited by ta spedaI Demclatlc Comittee. CLINTON, LA. skta sy ornimng, April 31, W8b . p6lgtesrlrge who do net n ieve their pepers, will plne leave ward at the olb, et idd of Ihe Public Square. Tna T enpaes.-The melo-<hmi of Robert Ma tere, and the faroe of Box andOox; was performed, on Tuesday even.ag, las. Yeo will be repeted. Tam Coam.er. Ooreaue, the blind tist,. as. 1isted by the Theeplan OrObed, performed a cholce . lectlen of popular walco a Thursday evening. 1Ir. G. is a perbct meester of the late, breathig. through It a "conaert of sweet sounds" tcldom rpnalled,and rarely excelled. IactllltrIs . Os Monday morning lt, a ire was discovered In the dwelling hose of A. L A bed ln one of the • leaping apartments was in a light blaze, and at one oeriod threatened rlous damage, but by the prompt nod eergetic exertions of our citizens. It was soon t xtinguished. As the room had been locked up for , more than a month past. there was no doubt of it...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 21 April 1855

FELICJA NADEM11ýAT. , ýcria! ýotzrm.: A (.~~ACt). I»' lice undcreigol ht ltrb'Iy idern hie nloet hIeanrtftc thllnks to libo fi.:low 6 mte of thi towni of Clinton and vicility, ter their notnlt. cfTc ci and noble aid In cIheki og t, tr Which tokli pine in lbs dwellinig on the m'l~k:Og o tie Ih tla.-.. .unzguagu io I udequate to girt ezpI sipti 0 lenliz~cn to such unaniminty of action an mpathy in ids behaif, In such an hour, as was mtolf.estm1 on this occasion I'o hli f': ioW cltirlz. h l surely loll it in omIcred remomnmrance, and imdeanor to pirove himscelf worthy of their continuqronpoct aln cootldence, by doli al I.t hi- lo'r tolmdi Lany a1 all ".iosa wpm.1, 03I l ill tITiii an~~'hLh,' cal fo the, prompti 11 i'i and nil fit a the atil grata. fill. a ar Vey eyre j l'illy, Cloath, Airil 21, 185.5. .l. LEV I. DnImo:w'rati SaIte Cenltre) Conpitlee. t Nw ()OIo~.~, Mnart 21. 1R55. Pursuant to OIIlO(' tinI, the Conmmibuo rt t is Iv' i lLt. '1"w i'r,"iif 'it I dd It'fiore Iiglr,'Inlbero ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 21 April 1855

A NOBLa GJºw If he to wmhoar 0 e Uarny ek, Bas brought tobIle doer Or sidt hbe wr e esvla's blrisk Fru the 6dsaof hil st arl Ir he has edWit beanes. w ewo, Thfi eight or ouep sll evudow, In honor of his Same. If be be poor, ad yet hau *b vms To eme the lod of hbme earn; If to the hamsed be bes given One loaf tha It Is hal to Ima;t If, in hisl poverty erest, Ile never did a deed ef shm, Fill h!gbl we'll drain In deep respst, A bumper to hia nae. But rich or poor, If still bi plan Bas been to play a beaset part; If he it'er .led his word to ma, Or broke a trutIg womea's heart; If smbt ren i ble al s To snatch the aesl of virtuons Ame; Fill high we'll dral a lowiag bowl In honor of his name. WHEN bRABR LIPS SAY NO I I wooed her 'aeath the Linden's shade, Asid Ieas was shy sad half afraid; And when I asked-what'-lovers know I Hcr heart sald Yes her lips said Not Slovern I when rare lips say No, Let not your hope grow less, grow les; For oit tl so, that sImple No, Is meant for Yes, is me...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 28 April 1855

TH E FELICIANA DEMOCR BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE. RIGOTS RMS.--$8. VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY . oRNiG, APRIL 28, 1855. NO. . TERM&S. Taxi "FELICIANA I)IMOCRAT w "it he pu lished every Wait~iueiAY A rNI SAt4 Y lt E I)ollars per .uanum. payable ly adIs v. Two cop lea w.l1 Ie f rainhe. tourVI FV DiOL 118. Anvecntra UsLt inserted at One U per square T V S L V : Ilnes or lnes,, for thi rt insertion, und fifty coat. for each sauloqnent The Fee fr anunou.lcing a ceadd for oaoo will bue TEN Dollars, p.iyable in adianc CARD PFi'E S eL,&r. JolS a1cVi.%.Clinton. CuAS. .Y .A. Jackson. JOHN & CHIARLES ,VEA, Attoineys ar. La al4 'I.CINTON AND J. 'O8N, LA. JAMIU WRi.H. 1. u ATIFOfWt. \VELSJI & SAME RD, Atcorneyu atLa CL ON, LA. (~ILL attend promlptly to a business en n tru.ti tod to thir care in tll Parishes of Ea.t and \cWest Felicin a, E.tst Eton Rougec, ullnl St. HIt leal,. OFItc: in Clinton, on the Ea~side of the P'ullic Sqtulir.. a 14 W. FEtGUJS KER N, Attornoy...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 28 April 1855

FELICIANA J RiIAT. SEMZI- KLY. Elited by a Speca!,Democra Cma l ee. OCLINTON, LA. Saturday Morning, April S, 18!6, *Sabsqtitbors who do not raecoive their papers, will pls4e leave word at the olsoe, out aide of the Publie Square. pt0 JAMas B wh., who tands indloted to the Die. tr'ct Court of this Parb h for the murder of W. C. Caows.z, of Mtis., at this place, In the year 1881, ha beeoon brought from Texas, and a now In Prison at Baton Rou'e. los.--Tbhose who want e this hot and dusty weath er can procure It from Hymnn. See ard. Toe WAhxsue.-The thermometer stanad at 90 tn the shade at mid-day, while the nights and morlnngs are cool enough for September; the dust Is almost without endurance. Everything itapaehed, brtning. Rain, ran, itheory from all. What will become of our planters if they do not'ceive thismuehbdel rod blaming, is beyond human ten. I. 0. 0. F. Celebration. In pursuance with previous notice, the order of I. O. OF. celebrated on Thurday last, thelrthmm-Ib uiversary i...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 28 April 1855

ELICIANA DEMOC T. special Notites. DemouraU6c State Central Commi New OratL.AN, March 2 Pursuant to convocation, the Committee this vening. The Prealdent laid before theme r the ollowing letter and resolutiohn adopted a meot ug held at Baton Rouge on the let of Mar st: S'uATS CHAMvan March o Dear Sir: I have been instructed to tr it to ou theiprocecdlngu of a Deinocratio me f the -.m rm of the Legislature. le kind eh to lve them publ'cation. I am sir, your ol t .or ant and friend, nt n nd, CHAS. J. VILLERM, S EItt.a LA Ban, ESn ., President of the Democratio State Co tee. Pursuant to puhlle notice, the membe f the 80 )emonratlc party of both Houses of the T lature f tile State of Louisiana met this day, prday la tIe let of March, 18.35, at 7 o'clock P. M., Ile 8en. tr te Chamber at Baton Rouge, for thopurrp f su gesting to the State Central Committee of party a day on which to call a Convent'pn to inato of State officers at the next general election. - I ThI m-et!ng was called to or...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 28 April 1855

-- cli n cfrLorst1 1g.Tlie followia.j'Jle and patrlotic letter fbatn a distiagualshd Whig of Virginia, Teos. J. M ehie, Ispablished in the Enquirer; Nothing, I assure you, would give me more pleasure than to address the intolli gt people of Richmond, on the interest g questions of the present canvass-toý themn how blighting to the free spirit of, our country the secret mystery of Know Nothilugisln ilust prove--how demoralizing it will be to oar o.vn children, the high minded, open-hearted, bold youths of Vir ginia, to be educated in the sneaking arts of secrecy anl c.spionage-to be taught by their fathers to spy out all the political ac tions of their fellow meni, and (yet to keep their own actions and "objects,' in refereuce to mattors which necessarily concern all, a profound secret-to publish platforms of prcitr ndd principles suited to every latitude and every taste, for the purpo-e of gaining proselytes, while they feel tilo degrading conasciousness thant they are prohibited, b...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 5 May 1855

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. ERMS.-$8. VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1855. NO. 4. TERMS. TIn "FEIICIANA IEMOCRAT" w'll be pub lished every Wloasoiu,.AY A.D BATcrnlAYt at THRIEE Iollars per annum. payable in advance. Two cop les will e ftrn:shed for FIVE DOLLARS. Anvt.arrsw:1,ir. ilnserted at One Dollar per square (T W E LV u lines or lean.' for the Ilrat Insertion, and Ilfty ce.tte for each sulinoqletlt one. The l'ee for annoutlang a cand date for ofice will Ie TEN Dollars, payable in advance. CAitI)S, IPROFESSIONAL, &c. Jott. Mi'V:Va.Clintont CIW. I.A cVaA, Jackson. JOIIN & CHARLES M1cVEA, Attornies at Law, al4 CLINTON AND JACKSON. LA. JAMES WELISI. J. I. A.MFORD. WELSH & SA ., FORD, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. W1 ILL attlnd promptly to nil husilness entrusted 1V to their are inll the Par;sho of East and West Felicnnam. East ianton Rouge. anad St. Helena. Ollice int Clinton, on the Eastt side of the Public Sq...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 5 May 1855

FELICIANA DEMOCURAT. SE5 -WEEKLY. ated by a sped~ Democras Como ttae. CLINTON, LA. Skuriay Morning, May 54 156 iPSubsorbere who do not resolve their papers, will plem leave word at the oe, east side of the Publlotneare. We have reeilved ftom the Hen. Jona 8. Pssaus hib epeech on granting aiterate spotions of land fr the buildiag of the Viklhburg and Shreveport Rail road. The ron. Jos S.trot, has furnshed us with a copy of Seeateo Doaotrs' speech upon the bill In trodaoed by him for protection tn the admlnistration of the laws of thb United State. To Wa. H. O'Rusuv, of the Clinton sad Port Hudson Railroad, we are nladebted for late city pa. pern. P The TslserA Soomrlr will repeat the melo drama of Ror. MAcAms, on Tuesday evening next. Tan Wuasme.-There has been some slight show ers to the east and west of as during the peast week but not a suclency to do mueh good. The morn lags and nights continue cool. The Malls. We doubt very much if there is any portion of this Union, having the ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 5 May 1855

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. RaLtolous Faunou.--Do not the .following noble sentiments of Webster rise far above the miserable, narrow and bigoted policy of mod ern advocates of religious intolerance and per secution ? How can the admirers of the eagleo like Webster thrust him aside and listen to the wretched croaki|gs of the "night raven of Jc suitism," and present Know-Nothing Secret party ? We find the following In the Norfolk Argus: It seems to be the American destiny, the mission which has been entrusted to us hero on this shore of the Atlantic, the great con ception and the great duty to which we are born, to show that all sects, and all denom inations, professing reverence for the author ity of the author of our being and belief In his revelations, may be safely tolerated without prejudice either to our religion or our liberties. We are Protestants generally speaking; but you all know that there presides at the hand of the Supreme Judicature of the Uni ted States, a Roman Catholic; an...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 5 May 1855

e jdlitims gneutrt. HE CAME TOO LATE! He caae too late I the tout bhad dred Before.the ire too long; The dakes were corched upon the side, And every thing was wrong I Shei oorned to wait all night lr one Who lingered on his way, And so she took her tea alone, And cleared the things away I lie came too late I at once he felt The supper hour was o'er Inditlerence In her calm smile dwelt, She closed the pantry door; The table cloth had pased away No dishes could be see: She met him, end her words'were gay She never spoke of teal '"e came too late! the subtle chords Of patience were unbohld; Not by ollenee of spoken words Bnt by the slights that wound. She knew he would say nothing now That cotuld the pest repay; She bade hbln go and milk the cow, And coldly turned away! "lie came too late! the fragrant steam Of tea had long ellnce down; The fles had fallen in the cr am- The bread was cold a. stone. And when, with word. and Pm lo, he tried His hungry state, to prove, She nierved her hea...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 12 May 1855

BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-NTATE RIGHTS. , º °aj ; t,,W f , VOL.I CINTON, LA. SATJ1DAY 1W ING, MA 1, 12, 1. - .. .. .. ,.... _ , Tue "FILICIANA DEMOCRAT" will be lb. ed every WaUnsoAl Ann SA.ImvAY, at THIREE oiaers or anngm, payable in arvsnod. Two cop Wilt m ltrnUshed for FIVE DOLLAR, ADvaIntaUE Inserted at One Dollar per square W BLVE line or lss,) for the irst laslrtin 4 fAfty cente for se * soguet one. The Fee for announeing a eadlate fr oae will TEN Dollars, payablela ndwa. CARDS, PROFESION'AL, Ao. on MoVIA, Clinton. Cas, MOVaxA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, a14 CLINTON AND JACM SON, LA. use WRLS.. . s. UAMI ORD. WELSH & SAMPORD, Attornes at Irw, DLINTON, LA. ILL attend piomptly to all business entrusted to their care In the Prtlshes of East and West eliciann, East laton Rouge, and St. Helena. ()llce in Clinton, on the East side of the Public nare. a 14 W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. RACTICES in the Parishes of ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 12 May 1855

know kothingimb thai t has taditd' in its evey ion eemeant mt ~ o country; fom ishmeh, who scorns our nai Jo , to the tautio whn bp~-sto - nionetmee i destroyed. Exolu. sively..lioa" It travels through the land armed with the weapons of forceand blood shed. Exclusively honest," it is supported by every disarded politician in the coun try. In a part worthy of the aeeotionate patronage of every depot in theworld and of the abhorrence of every friend of the rights of man.--Udlas. -'A late number of the Baltimlre Ar. gas dotalain it excellent article, from which we eafot refrain from making a few extracts: Muoh old Whigs remember alo that Webster, not only in thoselessons ofwisdonm which fell from him in private life, but on the more public occasions in whlch he ap peared, was accunstomed to speak the dame truths. They recollet the speech deliv, ered at the public dinner in Buffalo, 1851, when, in speaking of the great increase of foreign Immigration "over that which the founders of the...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 12 May 1855

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. n. E..msateoln t. Newura .a Exow No.tpM PAlrnt-lhe poipy,of the nag PTder,ia the Free States ,ndliated hr the pqralaph bai,, ufm tle' Aegieau Cru der,,publilsht at IDpetA,, was Iqa ply to certain inquiries from a member of the ord in Alaama. 'Let Soutberq Know Nothing reed it, and learn the design of their northern confederatesu " In the Know Nothing and Anmerican Cru sader of March 24th, published at Boston, we have a, most deliberate expressiou of the policy to.be pursued by the northern fusionkits, in these wordsL 'When .it (the Know Nothing or ganisation) has reformed the naturllrzatton laws; when it has esta)lished a true and just standard of American citizenship- when it has taught political Romanism its repuLlican duties; when it embodies the crowning sentiment ,that to Americans belong America; then it way turn legitimately to the question of slavery, or what would be the. natural course, resolveoitaell into an anti-sleairy organizetlin." HON. J. M. SANDI...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 12 May 1855

! I ti/ ý " " A ý ý 1' M r, - .... m .om .Vib. The 001aloke sexef h ognuetlonoR with the tmrioaa Revolution wo cath eatdtlid"aIow j aecoptit 5LYn Ob f the devi'ces They -be ae ently spoken of in the news= of 174. ' 174 -d Connecotiut fixed upon their drums in 1 to775 tiii 7 sfpport us. T U o motto. Each reglmn w i~dstiished by its color- blue, or dto July 7.6, General Israel Putsamn lor6 " Okld Puat"--unfurled a flag at m idge, Mass.,; on thejoy3hl occasion of the reception in that townof the Deolats tion of ndoependce bearing the mottod on each side,"An of Heaved;" and on the other " Qu* uaint." This flag was dung to the'breeze amid the roar of cannon and the shouts of the people. It is said at the time that " the Philistines on Bunker's Hill heard the cheers of the srae lites (Israel Putnam,) ad being fearftl, pr aded themselves in battle array." The fag was a red one-the signal of defiance or bat tie since the days of the Romans. In september, 1755, Collonel Moultrie unfurled a l...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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