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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 8 March 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT, BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS. i ' TERX$.--$$ FER YEAR. VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1856. TO. 40, CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. Jous MoVBrA,Cllnton. CHA. MoVia, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & oounsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. RACTICES In the Parishes of East and West Yel.clana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. ILTLL, attend business in East and West Feliclana IV and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, Orrice: MAIN STRI T. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and ounsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. DUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt ly attendted to. R.wv. tsNcs.-MuJsrs. Oakey & Hawkins; J. II, Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. - a 14 HAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAI. 0. FUQI'A. J. (. KILrlOUtRN, FUQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, L...

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. — 8 March 1856

FELICLVNA _DEMOCRAT. ._Tp A SINCIAL. DEMOCRATIC COMU luE. c NTON, ,L . SSaturday Morning, March 8,1866 'ý!T he 1, f Mesars. Bumn and Lzu$T will preedlh the opal Chtnob, on this evening, at ear eondle light;raiso, on tamorrow(Sulnay),at a le t., and again Is the evenig, lt egrl candle lighrt._li Tat Barm s Patonaa .-We insert to-day, the advertisemedit.l the publisher of these valuable re .prJa, s willbe seen that they have made arrange ments to procure the advance sheets of these publi *ato.sk which they are enabled to furnish them it i zid6riarnler 4aythan heretofore. No one who Is delrous of being *l1 Informed on the great Eu peanqutestions of the day ebould be without th evls aetble. magasines, To use the words of an echugeo, there is " no reading so well adapted at onbe to liberalize and to Inform, to discipline and excite them ind, as that of these leading periodlcals. The Edinbrt Review continues to fat nlih the most brilUliat carial and biographical essys; the Quar terly ls t...

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. — 8 March 1856

e* exivu4na nnucratf . THI HON. F. H. HATCH. This gentleman has published a card, in re ply to the unjust attack made upon his private character by the editor of the Baton Ronge Gazette in publishing the evidence of two indi viduals, taken ex pare, which charged him with attempting to bribe them to vote the Demo. crotic ticket, at the last election in the Parish of St, Helena. Every man who knows Mr. Hatch, and his high toned bearing as a gen tleman, must at once see that this thing has been gotten up by his personal and political enemies, and tortured into shape to suit their purposes. But it will not do. Mr. Hatch was willing to secure their land from speculators, or others who might be disposed to enter it from them. He does not pretend to deny this But, so far from being any thing to his dis eredlt, It ought to elevate him in the minds of all good men, no matter to what party they belong. These depositions had no weight whatever in the minds of the committee, as they had no rele...

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. — 8 March 1856

iWhen foreigners come here to enjoy ,adulesa hospitality, and then publish abusive books about us, there is no particular occasion to repeat what they say. The work lately published by Miss Murray is an exception to the mas of foreign speculations on Ameriaog although it contains many hard hits, it is in main discriminating, As to the frailty of American ladies, she says: " I am already tempted to contravert the assertion of American ladies, that their generally delicate health Is to be attributed to climate. They may have severer win teors nd warmer summers than ours, but ths O are accompanied by the advantages of less damp and of brighter sunshine. I have not had an hour too warm for exer cise during any part of the day, for though the .sun is brghter, it does not always beam o furiously with us. The olimate of Masaehasetts seems to me a charming one, and I believe another generation will di. cover its merits, because I entertain hopes that the children now growing up will ac quir...

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. — 15 March 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR. VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1856. NO. 47. ' .Ri PROFESSIONAL, &c. Juon .IOVlA,Cllinton. CHAs. McVIA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PDACTIOES in the Parishes of nfat and West Fellolana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, ILA. W ILL attend business in East and West Feliciano and St.Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OrICn : MAIN STRHnIT. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attorniaes and ounsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. 1USINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt ly attended to. Raraanas>s.-Messras. Oakey & Hawkins: J. II, Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14 HAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAB. O. FUQUIA. J. O. KIIBOUCN. FUQU & KILBOURN, A tornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. TRACT...

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. — 15 March 1856

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. SDITD18 T A IPlOtMf. Dt11OATIO 0.SMI0TPMI. CLINTON, LA. Saturday Morning, March 8, 1t88. .a.ar S. BIascalno, bas on band and I now re calving at his Drug store, Brlok Row, a complete assortment of Paints, Oils, Leds Brushes, c of every description. Rwsustos Nonio.-The follow.og resolution was recently adopted by the session of Comlte churob. Resued, Thataoomo lttee be apointed to Inquire into the epdieency of esthblisblllng Presbyterian worship In the town of Clinton, who are hereby re quested to adopt subh meuanres for this object as upon consultation with other persona may seem wies and beet oaleulated to do good-and that the following persons be sppolnte4 on this committee, vis: Meesrs. Wa. 8illmban, David Pipes, Samuel Dubose, Henry Marston, F. Hardesty, Smuel Rog er, W. Robins, Rev. J. J. Wheat, and Rev. Mr. ,- We arelrequested to state that Presbyterian Service will be held on to-morrow afternoon, at 8 o'olook P. M., In the house formerly occupled by the pi...

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. — 15 March 1856

ýýe'elxriana ýemwrat. AN ACT Relative to the Trial of Slaves. ov $sozton 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and HoUse of Representatires of the State of Louis. ian in General Assembly convened, That from an and after the promulgation of this act the thi trial of all slaves who may be accused of crimes an punishable with death, or by confinement in the Penitentiary at hard labor for life, or for tia a shorter period, shall be tried in the District Pa Courts of this State, in tie several parishes wl where the crimes may have been committed, of with all the formalities which the laws of this gi' State accord to white men charged with similar ti, offences. TI Soa. 2. Be it further enacted, 4'c., That mn the District Attorneys, for their respective th Districts, shall prosecute all slaves charged pu with the commission of crimes as aforesaid ag in the first section of this act, and conduct sti the trials in strict conformity to existing wl laws for the trial of white persons and the provisio...

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. — 15 March 1856

tot $tian a nnmotlda MY LADY WAITS FOR ME. My lady waitsl-'Tis now the hour When Morn unbars her gates! My vessel glides beneath the tower Where now my lady waits. Her signal flutters from the wall, Above the friendly seal I live but to obey her call! My lady waits for me. My lady waits-for me she waits, While morning opes her golden gates. MM lady waital-No fairer flower E're decked the floral grove, Than she, the pride of hall and bower, The lady of my-lovel The eastern hills are flecked with light, The, land breeze curls the seal By love and truth sustained, for flight, My lady waits for me, My lady waits-for me she waits, While morning opes her golden gates. A VOLCANo iN ARKANSAS.- The Arkan nas True Democrat states that a veritable volc'ano has been discovered in Scott conut ly. in that State. Itsays: A gentleman from Scott county tells, us that on Christmas day, a hunter, while at teonpting to eross Deer' Creek Mountain, found the top of the mountain to be on fire, vomiting sm...

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. — 22 March 1856

ITHE FELICIAN DL AA DMOUiATi2{ ' 'i II I '- r* '+ ' * " + ' BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-.-BTAT 'RIGHTS. , E~-$8 ,P .YEA VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNIING MARcH. 22, 1858,. "" . CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. Jouvx MoVxcY,Cllnton. CHAn. McVKA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, SAttornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & oounsellor at Law, CLINTON,' LA. PRACTICES In the Parlshes of East and West FelclIano. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CI!NTON, LA. WiTIL attend business in East and West Feliclana and St. Helens. a 14 JOHN 3M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OrFFcI: MAlN 8TnEET. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and ounsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. BUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt ly attended to. Rlaramexoe.-Mesre. Oankly & llawkin: J. II, Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. u 14 IIAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAN. O. Ft UQA. J. 0. KIJIIOUR.*. FUQUA & KILBOURN, A...

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 March 1856

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. sasso vs " nrorru aunosune ootimtur.r CLINTON, LA. Saukbday Momning, aroh 22,1886. SW* We are Indebted to our Senators and Repmsentatives in Congress, for valuable and Important public documents. IP. We are Indebted to Dr. Samuel Baer, the State scbool 8aperlteadent, for a oopy of his ad dress livered before the Legislature on the 20th mntant. aJg We are requested to state that Mr. Wymne. the viollnist, will ViSit this place shortly, for the purpose of giving an ezhibi. tion. SBAL or VALnUASL Lams.-In our adver tming columns, will he found a notice of the sale of the plantation, belonging to the late Daniel Holloway, situated on the Rail Road, within a few miles of Port Hudson. The ale will take place, on the premises, on Thursday the Sd of April. For the Felllesna Demroort. Ma. Enron: Oh Friday evening, Maret 14th, a concert of sacred music was given it the Presbyterian church, in the town of Jack son, by the choir of the Episcopal church, i. that place, conduct...

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 March 1856

9. A change in tihe laIrws of nataralization, making a contiilued residenlce of twenty one years, of all not heretol'r provitdd for, is in disenen.ble requisites for citizenship hereanfter, nn excluding all pam.ers and persons convicted of crime from landing upon our shores, but no interference toithk the vested rights of foreionner., 10. Opposition to any uniion hetweenl Chlurch and state; no interference with religious finith or worship; and no test oaths for offie except those indicated ill the filth section of the plat form. 11. Free and thorough investigation into any and all alleged abuses of puilic functiona ries, and a strict economy ill public expetli tures, 12. The maintenance and enforcement of all laws until said laws shall be repealed, or shall be dedlred null and void by competent jnuli eial authority. 18. Opposition to the reckless and unwise policy of the present administration in the general management of our national afliairs, and more especially as shown in removi...

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 March 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. RAILROAD NOTICE. FRON and after this date, until the opening ol the next enson, the regannr days of running the Ca .will be on Monday, H ednesday, and Saturday. march 8 MARSTON, Agent. NOTICE. TAVING engaged a competent workman, we are 1I now prepared to repair watches Jewelry. .c. march 8 NAUMANN & STRAUS. TIHE B3RITISH PERIODICALS. AND THE F UMER'S GUIDE, Great reduction in the price of the latest publication. T SCOTT & CO., NEW YORK, continue J. to publish the following leading British Periodicals viz: 1. The London Quarterly, (Conservative.) 3. The Edinburgh Review, (Whig.) 8. The North British Review, (Free Church.) 4. The Westminster Review, (Liberal.) 6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, (Tory.) The great and important events-Religions, Political, and Military-now agitating the na tions of the Old World, give to these Puhlica. tions an interest and value they never before posseseod. They occupy a middle ground be tween the hastily written news items, crud...

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 March 1856

THIE FELICIANA .. BY W. W. IEESE THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS... .. O . . , VOL. I. CLINTON, L.,. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 18i. ,`to. . NO CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. Joux MVc Vm, Clinton. CIAs. McVcA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KEI{NAN, Attorney & oounsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. RACTICES In the Parishes of East and Wiest FPelicilan. 14 JAMES Bl. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. W TTILL attend ulitminess in East and West Feliciana and St.llelela. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OrrFFI: MAIN ST.~:Er. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and ounsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. USINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt J ly attended to. ReFIIKc:u 'Yt..-.-M1,s.ro. Oakey & Hlawkilns: .1. II, Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14 IIAYNES & ELLTS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAS. io. FCQT'A. J. C. KiinotiRN. FUQUA & KIIIBOURN, Attornieo at Ln vw, CLINTON, ...

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 March 1856

FEL;ICIALNA DEOCRAT. 31naS sT A 30oAu 130oos 3o oait'? u. CLINTON, LA. Saturday Mornin, Marcoh as, U . THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. Thb.Dermocatle National Convention, to be held at Cincinnati, in June next, is already claiming much attention, and its action is an ticipated dy the Democracy with confidence and hope. No where is apprehension enter Mined save by the disaffected, and some few who oure more for men than for the great prin" elplesof the party. The Convention will be composed of men, and will take a position, worthy of the great mission of the party, yield ftg nothing to the eolmor of over-sealo s favor itdc on the one hand, or what some people call "jusoae" to this section or that section; or on the other, permitting any concealment for policy-sake; but regarding our whole country as a seole, and the true Democracy as a unit, it will present a platform of solidity and strength based upon the universality of Demo cratic principles, and recognizing in their full est sense and ...

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 March 1856

I&c CXCtaiui CIRotrt. THE NEXT PRESIDISENCY. It must be cvilent (says the Louisville Times) to every intelligent ume that either a democrat or black republican will be 'elected the next President of the United Stltl . W,. must select hetweeC a national col',rVtlve t democrat and a rig.ular lioromlgh-b.retd nI oli tionist of the Giddligs Inid (lGrely school The black repulblienns will Inmet in Phildel-l phis in Juno next, and will then present to tIlh electors of the naltion at candtlidate who is tint' imbodiment of their irincipils ' lid alls, and either he or the nominee of the Natlinual l)Cea ocratic Convention will lie' the next Presideilt of the United States. The recent onnintllliol of Mr. Fillmnore by thei, knowl-nothings en.not. alter or change this result one iolta. Then only possible effect it can have upon it will lie to prevent an electiont by the tpeople, aind throl it into the Hlouse of llelr.sentall tives. hull there the same issue presetnts itself, alld cithl r th...

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 March 1856

- - t Jditan tn mowtat. KNOW IOTHINGBSM A HAND MAID. OF BLACK REPUBLICANISM. e flndin the Pittsburg Chronicle the fol. lowing report of a speech made in the Black Republican Convention. It will be seen that he gives to Know Nothingism the credit of having originated the Black Republican Con vention: THE "SAW LOG MAN'S" SPEECH. George W Julian, of Indiana, in the course of his remarks, on Friday night reflected quite samrly upon "Sux." He rated that "defunct ar dying" individual for numerous short com ligp, and was probably injudicious in devoting so much time to that delicate subject. When Mr. Julian took his sent, a large able bodled, well dressed gentleman with a long norn, and a genuine Yankee countenance, mounted the stand, and an episode followed suparalelled in fan, Our Yankee friend was evidently boiling over with a speech. He was excited. He was bound to make a speech. But his appearance-his gesticulation-was tdlerous and original that the audience was so convulsed with laug...

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 April 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR. VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1856. NO. 50. CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. -un MOVA, Clinton. CIIAs. MuVcA, Jachlon. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & oounsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES nla the rarlshes of East and West Fellolana. 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. -WILL attend business In East and West Fellclana and St. Helena, a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OFrrFe: MAIN STREET. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and ounsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. BUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt. D ly attended to. RuuaracMan.-Mesars. Oakey & Hawkins; J. 1, Byrne _ Co.; New Orleans. a 14 HAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAS. 0. FUQUA. J. 0. KILDOUnR. FUQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at J.aw, CLINTON, LA. P RACTICE In th...

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 April 1856

FELICIA A DEMOCRAT. SIYSD S s iPIotAL StOCArrfO COMMrITTN. CLINTON, LA. Saturday Morning, April 5, 1856. 4I The Seventh District Court, for this Par ih, commences on Monday next. NEWS BY THE ATLANTIC. The Liverpool cotton market was dull, with sales of only 19,000 bales in three days. Pri .es were easier but not quotably lower. Low er qualities were the dullest. The Manchester market was quiet and firm. Sugar market closed with an active demand. Peace was considered as virtually concluded 9on, and the Conference only awaited the ar rival of the Prussian Plenipotentiary to sign the protocol. Advices state that a son has been born to the French throne. The young King of Alge. sia and mother were doing well. Nothing new regarding American affairs. The Pacilc. Nothing has been heard of the Pacific yet. HON. ALBERT PIKE This great Arkansas Know Nothing and Rackensac Poet, who has, on several occasions, figared so conspicuously among the clans in Louisiana and been lauded to the skies for...

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 April 1856

tc f neliian tn neorat. ADDRESS FOM IION. ALBERT PIKE. TO Tilt AMI,:ICAN PAITY SOUTH. It is necessary for the rank and file of the American party South to consult together in regard to the Platform adopted by the Nation al Council at its called session, and the cnndi dates pllaced on it by the national conlveniion. The 12th article of the plat form of June, 1855, announced these four propositionts as the deliberate sense of the American party: 1st. That the existing laws on the subject of slavery ought to be abided by and maintain ed, as a final settlement of the whole matter, in spirit and substance; and that there ogllilt to be no further legislation by Cuongres, on the subject. 2d. That, whether it possesses tils powter or not, Congress ought not to legisliate on the ulnJcect of slavery in the Territories. 8d. That it \Wonld be a viollution of the i om pact between the United States n11i11 wM.il'yhiil. and contrary to good faith, to abolish I:,avcry in the District of Columbia. 4...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 5 April 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. DAUGERREAN GALLERY. SOf those for whom we fond emotions cherish, Sthe shadow er the ubthe e tance perish." uadersidned begs leave to inform the citizens 1 . tlinton and voiinity, that he has opened a saloon d ejaent to the Union Hotel, where he is pre pe to rnish life like lknesses of those who may evoe him with a call. Piotutes taken in cloudy as well as clear weather, lPrs mortem plctures taken, hoen required an 19-1r J. S. S HERIDAN. DENTISTRY. TiHE undecslignd, gra duate of the B altimore college of Dental surge- g ry, and with severfsyears practical ex- "-LT perence In his profession, feels warranted in otier. lug his services to all persons desirous of procuring slftull and solentt8o operations on the teeth Eve. ry operatlon warranted to give satisfaction. All eallsebr visiet attended to promptly. Oee, In the second story of the brick buildito plto the Union Hotel. Ioes hours, from 9 o'clock a.m. to 3 p.m. aWmanently located at CLtro, L,. Jam 36 R. F. TAYLOR, D....

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
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