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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 22 December 1855

1E ýFEL1ACINA UEMUUOCRAT. 8Y G. w ESE. THE OONTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS. TERMS,.-*. PER YEAR. VOL. I. CLINTON, L". SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1855. NO. 36. TIRMSI ..a "Ibl ANA DEMOCRAT" will be pub. e vr* WIDItISDAT f aO SAIVRDAT, at THREE pler D p ble in advanoc. Two oop leii b lnleh Tor ý YB DOLLARS. aquar. _.lHl i nallri at One Dollar pot quire i L v lines o less,) for th Arat Insrtlou, Matd f*eqaut for each subgequent one. !.he e fb ansnouneoln a aendidate Ibr oloe will p TEN Dollars, payable n advance. OARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &o. JoqE McVsA, Clinton, . MOVUA, Jnckson. JOHN & MoVEA, Attornt.i . .O Liar, CLINTON JACKOON. LA. W. FERGU$ KERNAN, Attorneb & counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. DIRACTICEB in the Parishes of Eaat and West SPellelana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attrney and connsellor at Law, CLIWNON, LA. W ILL attend business In East and West Fellelana and St.llelena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, Omcre: MAIx STRIas. CLIIPTO, LA. '.15WMAN & DE LEE, tttorti ...

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. — 22 December 1855

FELICIANA DifOC4 aIrnD Dnr 1 ou ttmsoonAl oT (oxrraM CLINTON, L,. s8a t Morning, December 22, tes ae notice of 'A Grand flail' to be given by rlUnnonProkeetion Fire Company, on Jan. 8, 1856. ,,'The Thespians perform on Thursday Evening. aIgEre another issue, Christmas will have come and gone. May. all enjoy it merrily, cheerily, sad temperately. This is the season of.gifts; both for the old and young. Our ad vbrtising columns will show whi~re articles can be procured that will suit oevery age and tem pumsnent. MEETI1ING OF OONGREBSS. Congress had been in session, nearly three week,s and the house had not yet organized by electing a speaker. The know nothings and abolitionists having a majority bi that body, cannot unite on any one 'man. The democrats have their candidate, and uni. dtrnsly throw their vote fbr him, whilst the opposition divide their votes amohgst sev dral, the most prominent of whom seems to be Mr. Banks of Massachusetts. He, it would appear is too much of a free-soi...

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. — 22 December 1855

he produced. The crowd became more cx cited; curses loud and deep were uttered against a judge who had the audaolty not to be forsworn, and active preparations wore made to present him as an embodied appeal from his own court to the supreme tribunal of Judge Lynch. The case closed; Joy reigned in the heart of every patriot who had expectations; and exultation sat on the brow of the leaders who had achiev ed the groat victory. The triumph of toy. shops over cotton presses was complete. Meanwhile Judge Robertson had arrang ed his documents, placed his books in a safe place, and was preparing to go quietly home, when Mr. Hufty and several of the Deputy sheriffs rushed in and entreated hhn to remain where he was, as he would be shot if he left the court room, even for a moment. A conversation took place between the two parties, somewhat to this effect: Judge Robertson.-" I am conscious of having done no wrong or rather of having done' my duty impartially and without preojudice; why ther...

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. — 22 December 1855

t( Itsu 9muaat. IlCre the Olnolnatl Inquirer ] THE Paob tDINGS OF THE K. N. NORTHBBRN CONVENTION. ' AaguomOI RMotLTIONS ADOPTED.-The Og df edbebween TV'orthern and Southern noa MngsV.-The Gazotte, of yett terdy, contined an account of the final h •proeedings of the know nothing stionalos •onvention now being hold in this city.-- 0 They furnish conclusive proof, that the or. der can never adjust its dicullties upon the slavery question and act together as a na" tional organization united upon principle. o The breach which took place at Philadel phia last June between the northern and southern wings of the order, so fkr from being healed, has apparently become wider d and more marked by the action of this con vention. Some sixty delegates were present from nine free states, viz: Ohio, Indiana Illinois, Rhode Island. Massachusetts, Pennsylvana, Miehigan, Vermont, and Wisconsin-in all having 107 electoral votes. The only men S of note that took part in the proceedings were ex-Gov. Johns...

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. — 29 December 1855

TIHE FELICIAIN A DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.--8 -PER YEAR. VOL. I. CLINTON, La. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1855. NO, p7. r I , I I TERMS. tsa "FELICIANA DEMOCRAT" will be pub hibed every WNsoDAT AND SATURDAY, at THRE Dollare er annum, payable in advance. Two cop .s will h furnished for FIVE DOLLARS. AnvIirIsnrrNT Inserted at One Dollar per equare (TWEL VE lines or less,) for the first insertion, and fty cents for each sul.equent one. The Fee for announcing a candidate for omoe will w TEN Dollard, payable in advanet. CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. Joea MoVxa, Clinton. CHAS. McVat, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornfes at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES In the Parishes of Eust and West Felclcana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, IA. TTIL[L attend business in East and West Feliciana T and St. lhelena. a 14 JOHN.M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law...

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. — 29 December 1855

FELICIANA DEOCIRAT. MU. DY A PUOIAI DIMOCILATIC COMMITIMm. CLINTON, 14. Smturday Morning, December 29, 186 gIbfie again call upon all persons indeht- cr ed to us for hubscription, advertising and job at work, to make speedy payment. si N. B. Yearly advertisements are past due. KNOW. NOTHING FRUITS. n What has know nothingism done for this t, countr7 but injury ? How will It ever atone p fdr the thmsehief, and folly it has committed ta- t der the plea of prifying the ballot box ? In d what way will it blot out the stains that have I marked its career from the day it first made f its advent into this eqnntry down to the pres- I eat time? i.o lapse of time, or change of clir euastanues can ever wipe away the odium that n Justly attaches to the character of the know t nothlng party for the last two years, in conse- I qaene of the many atroclties, and crfmes, I that have been committed by those who, pro- % flb to be folfowers of ' Sam." The memory t of man will never cease to forget, or ...

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. — 29 December 1855

A few" days ago, in a far distant portion of the parish, and in the turmoil of polit ical strife, we learn that the stricken suf ferer was summoned home. Our favorite "Little Nannie." had breathed her last. The tidings were quite acceptable, al though they disturbed for a moment the al most congealed and sealed waters of the soul, and filled the eyes of one "albeit un used to the melting mood." We were thankful that Omnipotence had intervened, and that dethroned Reason had closed her last account. The blighted flower was placed beside its parents, to know that blossoming that passeth not away when the earth and all things thereon shall be cov ered with the pall of eternal gloom. Good by, little friend, meek, gentle suf fering Nannie. There was poison in the cup of life for thee-no flowers, but thorns upon thy miniature path-eternal thorns. The oracles of Fate proclaimed that Earth should be thy best mother, and she has thee now in her cold embrace. The seal of Eternity is upon the p...

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. — 29 December 1855

ye c~liciana~cunotxat. TRADING WITH MollA 19S. DTriag the chriata, . hl hiian, there will he a large number of slnves ill town, for the purlpo., of trading. As the law is very never' upon those who, igtnorntly or knowinglyl h.ave illegal dealings with thetm, we publish for the information of all, thh 28d and 24th scrtiont of the act, i relatioa thereto, adopted at the last section of the Legislature: SEC. 23. Be it furller nazcitd, .fc. That nuy per.on who shalll buy, sell, receive of, to, or from any slave, any corn, hay, fodder, meal. spirituous liquors or other produce or commodity whatscever, without the consent in writing, of the owner, ovcrs.er, or emu ployer, of such slave, dshall he held guilty of a high misdemeanor, andt shall on con viction thereof, be lined ina sum not le.ss than fifty, nor more than five hundred dol lars, and shall be imprisoned in the Parish jail, not less than one nor more than twelve months, one halfof the fine to he paid to the informer, and the othe...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 5 January 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT, BY G. W. REESE . THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS.' T.RSI8.--$8 PER YEAR. VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1856. 10O. 38. T'IRS. Tr' 1PBLIOIANA DMfOd RAT" will be pob lubsed every WomueDAnT AM SArBIDAr , at THREE Dollrs per sanna, payable in advance. Two cop les will be rarnished for FIVE DOLLARS. vsava.tmuars lseertdast One Dollar per square (TWELVB lines or Ies,) fbr the rt Insertion, ad I senats for easb abseqtueat one. TM Ne for aanouelng a candidat. for ees. will be T.N Dollars, payable ln advane. CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &k. Sou MoVsA, Cllnato. .ua MOVas, Jackion. JOHN 6 CHARLES. IoVEA, AUloreae It Law oLIuNON b MIUIO. LA. W. UERGUS KERNAN, Attorney A oounnsllor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICE In the Parishoes of Easut and Wet Felleiana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, AttaLwy sad COasellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. W ILL attend bilnus It East and West Pellelasn and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, S Attorney at Law, Orrnc: MAIN STBrar. CLINTON, LA. BOWM...

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 January 1856

eIB DT A gr ý paylýOCWa CO TTI. CLINTON, LA. Saturda, Xl rning, January 6, 1858. i Wu again call upon all persons inldelt. edtaoue for subsfription, advert hrllT et work, to make ip~odyy plly0lt. I N.B. Yearly advertliements aro past due. gIlwe are indebted to the Hons. Johnn 811 del, and Thos. G. Davidson, for lato Washing ton city and northern papers. 44 _ 1IwA nominating election wfll be held p~ the Democratic Club R.oom, in Clintou, ob Monday next, to select a candidate, for Jnatice of the Peace, to.uppily the vacnm .y, occnsiona.m by the death of R. . Carmnau. The polls will be olpn from 10 o'clo.k, A.M. to S o'clock P. M. The tenacity with whlth the human sikd is knowna to hold on to first impressioiit, and the ceftkin blal stielh nlmresiatons 1ite to ilie char actor and comduct of each individual in after We qre philopopblcal truths, that need only to be stated, to be admitted. These truths established, and their effect foredeen, how dbes it happen that our gonth ern people, ...

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 January 1856

equally as udeloMd, hb'1 }it mýiro are rdue. ed to equalid pverty. ordeyen 'oerime. i As long as the richset such examples, the poor will follow them to the, bet ?f thblr ability. 1 They have done so toasuoh a5n ". tent that the propensity to ostentation p-I. vades the entire country. W~henoeer a tinan eatS, dntnks or w rmore than he' needt t can easily be prd` 1 ed that some one ni.t;, in' otsequenee su Ibe, to the sasie ektont,'fbi thb'int oýth nnpcssacies of life. The ehildish`btt~ulfi thatwtk a thouan'd d9llar',tbo i tlf or linery and,orgamntets at once, soldom dreams that she tl;ireby robl tw9 ty 4f her sex of ýcomfor~tabloclt ing, .TTlo luxurious outy piourg~. talkes, food from the months of the -oor mn a. ehud as often as he i.dulges in lis dainty feast, costing ten times as much a. is either necessary for health or oomlbrt. That such is the result of extravagance, a With. the ;vices br' oIia lifq W e,e .a' t have 'li.t ot do; bqt thereo;i an o.pept rbic, te.gattouq vice of e...

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 January 1856

NEw EAWR'S Address of the Carrier Boy of the Felio. ana Democrat. Lo I another year is gone 1 Like a traveler, ever on, From the place he first set out, Thro' the world, and round about I Ever pushing on ahead, Moving, moving, on b'tead Of still stopping, now and then, To have a litle talk with men. Or to rest him, for awhile, And go on in human stylel But he sternly held his way, Onward, onward, no delay I In his wild rush, undiscerning, Meeting, boldly, overturning, Crushing, crumbling, with his might, Whato'er seemed to have a right, To oppose him ;-on he went, For a special mission sent; Wh wbe& da, he passd a.ay, Yiedig to a New Yesr ddy oirst he came a eiling you, Old in looks, but young forooth I In a mantle, old and grey, Which he after threw away. And a turban, lined with red, Jauntily upon his head, Proeted over elear and white I Spangled in the mid of night ith icy crystals, which he threw Every morning, fresh and new, Hard the ringing ground upon, Still forever movin...

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 January 1856

A'ffH' 'iCANA DEMOGCRAT. BY G. W. REBBfl TB CONSTITUTION.-S-TAT RIGHTS. ' T'RMS.-.- PE.R YTAR. VOL. I. = CINTON, L,. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1856. NO. 3. sl WlUlICIANA iInQAw' tilij , hlubed every WunxmDnuAT ANIIDI5 ..t goul"r per nnng, payablie nlit . cep.l 0 *l IE 15 Ib IP oib e LVi DOLLA.I 9 e, ... . lat. .,,,,,i. . __t_-- - - _ CARDS, PROFRIONAL, Mo. Jey V ,Clintop. . .a Attoratei if' 2.awa," dioa ok tý,H" ta La. W. TERGns Keuatri ttorbey & oousom at Law, OLfllSl, LA. )RApf.E-Sl.,thne Parsles of Hat sod We4 .L ¥.liol .. . a 14 JAMES B. SXIT, Atturmy sad COa l ,i t at Li, WFILL sttend 'bne in la t e WeOst IKslN' e in as a6W Helena. 14A JOHN M. ROB RTS,, Ouws: Attwawsat Law5 . ,. B lOW & I ittnu ad w" lsaslm t Iaw, CLINTON, LA. )DUtSINESS entrusted to their ear, will be prompt. D attended to. apl.anu-s.-Mesre. Oakey A5 lawklns; I. B, _yrae & Co.; New Orlans. . 14 RHANES & ELLIS, Attplapies dt C.seullers at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAS. o. P.QUA. J. (. KIL.BOUn FUQUA...

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 January 1856

UNITED STATES REVIEW & bTATE RICHTS REGISTER. TN CONNE.TION with the usual matter, I p at l and lnterary, contained in the Umxt Tnq s Reavsw, we intend to republish all the state papers extant on the question of state rights as announced lathe VilniaResolatio of '98 sad '99. The publication will embrace also the works of standard writers, such a John Taylor of Caroline, whose works ae now nearly out of print. These valuable political data will be carefly colloectd, and when corn eted, will mfhrnish a complete constitutional story fr Federal U. Te mubacrip prospects of which was Wsuedvfer the g probation of the Demountle members and enator In colress) will be hanished regular ly withthe fRisw from this date, ndwehope each sbecriet will thel tt he Is prrming a duty to a great and saed polities prinelP by extending the t o naes already on our books. It is time for as to go go back to thoserp princples which the j.t abri of de" mocracy t; pri es ; erI b addeed by thoe who claated, a...

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. — 19 January 1856

TIlE FELICIAN A I)EMO1CR AT. liY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGhTS. TERMS.--$8 PER Y EAR. rOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUTARY 19, 1856. NO. 40. TERMS. Tan "FELTCIANA DEMOCRAT" will he pnll lished every WVDVEnnat an. SATUnDYr, at THREE Iollars per annum. paynabl in advance. Two cop ifl will hi furnlshed for FIVE DOLLARS. AonwnTtalNaKr inserted at One Dollar per square (TWELVE lines or less,) for the first Insertion, ,ad fifty cents for eac snubsequent one. The Foe for announcing a cand'date for omce will be TEN Dollars, payable In advance. CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. jon. McVna, Clinton. CIIAs. IMcYVA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLIlTONX JACISON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & counsellor at Law, ,LTNTON, LA. -RACTICEi Ii the Panrlshes of East and West 1. Feliciana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CfINTrn1. T.A. iTILL attend 1Isi.ne.s in East and W,,--t l'elicinn 1T and St. Ille.1na. a 14 JOHN M. ROBEI1TS, At...

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. — 19 January 1856

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. I:DITbD IY A iI'ECIAI. I1DNMOCATIC COMMITTKL. CLINTON, LA. Saturday Morning, January 190,18. DAGcUIBrt yrPIrto.-.Mr. CIIAULEu FnEID has taken the room over the Episcopal Chu on the I. W. coinerof the public squate. persons who wish their likeness taken Aa 'i·u perior style, are Invited to call at his re6as. It agBy reference to our as g columns it will be seen that Mr. JAi lisnDars, has opened a Deguerrean . at the Union Votel. Waer Pswtta4 Luimno.-- The election in this parish e~ day last for a state Se ator and Di tative resulted la the cobole of tahe o candidates by handsome ma joritft.s B. Hasu..ow, was elected Senator by Mt V. V. D. DH.auaw,'to the House by to sejority. 00On calling in at Beeobeno's Drug Store, yee tay. we obsrved aquantity of flavoring esenaes, Mr- B' lady rieonds. in want of sobh articles, will do well to give thema. trial, as they are prepared by hlself, sad be guarantees tbolr being perfectly free frol those poisonous combinations genera...

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. — 19 January 1856

9;bc $eritianlit ýennernt. For the Feliciana Democat. fl PROSPECTS FOR TIiE YEAR 8000. oi The January number of Harper's Maga. w rihe furnishes us us curious insight into the man- tl ers and cunstoms of the world which we inheb- 8 it, as they will be in the year 8000 of the at Christian Ira. Great change-vast improve inents will result in the formation of one great nation from the messy scattered races whieh st are interspersed over our globe. The city of 8 PIeerless, which is represented as on the Island o' of Borneo, is the Washington of this great Itepnhlie, and there the mighty law-givers of a consolidated world meet to frame and cnrry.N into effect certain laws, the infringement of 0 which brings a heavy penalty. The houses of tl this city are all built alike, and each man, a though his coffers overflow with gold and Jew- E els, inhabits the prototype of his poor neigh- . hor's dwelling. No doubt this may be a very laudable way of establishing equal rights, and It ar we cannot ...

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. — 19 January 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. I UNITEDI) STATES REVIEW & STATE RICIITS IEGOISTER. [N CONNELTIOU with the usnul matter, .L olhtical and lith rnry, contained in the Uxtn En STATES REVIaw, we intend to republish, all the stdte papers extntnt on the uestionof state righdts as announced iunthe VirglniuResoiutionr of '98 and '99. The publicatlon will embrace also the works of standard writers, such as John Taylor of Caroline, whose works are now r carly out of print. These valuable po.-alr" data will be carefully collected, and whesaom plcted, will furnish a conmplete ba.lttitional history of our Federal Union. subecrip. lion list of the " Stale.Rights " (the prospectus of which was iuelal ider the ap0 probatiea of. the Dmouta)t' members andi enators in coness) ill b furnished regular. ly with the Rarite firo til date, and we hope nach sunbstlber will ~*0 that he is performi.n a duty to' great pnuaered political principle by extendlag of names already on own hooks. It t tios 0 dtt to go go back to t...

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. — 26 January 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMMORIAT. AllERTIIING Sheer.---January 2, 1858. ,*r We issue to-day, only an advertiling ,hclt. To this we are compelled, from the clct, that we are without a workman. Our full +3uc will appear at an early day, as we have afl.le a rralgements to procure able and ell :icat sls.tauce.. ANNOUNCEMENTS. L *Wo are authorized to announes CHARLES ~i:AMAN., a a candidate for Constable of the Fifth Ward, to till the vacaucy occasioned by the resigna tion of J. M. Stokes. pe We are authorized to aunounce A. SKAR g1'NSKI, as a candidate for Constable of the Fifth Warl. to fill the vacancy occasioned by the reiigna lion of J. X. Stokes. jan 12. We are authorized to announce HENRY IAWFIOItD, as a candidate for the omee of Jvstrlc ru ul IA PAc, for the Fifth Ward, to lilt the vacan* eY occsioned by the death of R. G. Carman, Eaqr. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. YEAST OR BAKING POWDERS. rUST received, a coullnumneut of Y.ot or liaking SPowders. UEALRY I. BEECIIENO, jan 2U IDruggist, Brick Row. ...

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. — 26 January 1856

NI (: EII.A\ I1' )tJ . n).i;I;ERRitAN tA1AIAIRY. ...... Ior abiout we bmid (mOt)lf cherish, Ith Ahi4doW ere the ilubetaW" perish." ýI 1' tiudereigoni 'gs Ieave to Inform the citiiens St inton and vloinlty, that he ha* opened a b!fr fln adjacelt tothe UInion Hotel. where he In pre e d to furiitnh life like Iiknsmes of those who ma7 P:ol hi Wa ith a call. I''tuir'sa take in ke lydy u% wail ac clear weather, Pom( minim p:ictl v-r ink. . whe re aired 1-v v. JA$IIKIT1RAN. IiAintI[S & I.EVI, I cotWL Fattiorl and Cumnifssahn Merhats, ;4o. 89 OA1WNYDHIFi ST STIttETJ NEW ORLU " ý .ti all tiara bhe prptared to rplklpMi it t br lowest market rates, agriCMw fi.l5ftronwnae.tl their Fronl a o lall tin3t th gym. Ja 19 * A u suer r pl I D .LS. C. addrtoI*Sfll s recelved. fa stie SD' UOD. 7iiIcHTRa, $pd ReplJdter or bona. to ell ordersa llhline of boanions, S,6o, In the building north or tho KillIan Hotel. jan 19. ' ,IANT''a'lION FOR SALE. --IMLl ý a old, a plantat!on mItuated Aix a.1nc Stcrth o...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
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