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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 12 April 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR. VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1856. NO. 51. CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. JoaN McVax, Clinton. CluII. MuVKA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Lgw, CLINTON & JA~SBON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & oounsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES in the Parlshes of East and West Fellolana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ClINTON, IA. S[LTL attend business in East and We1rt Fl'ciaur and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, Orrlcs: MAIN ST:irKET. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & JDE LEE, Attornies and ounsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. BUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt ly attended to. Rzrr.nlacces.-Musera. Oakey & IHawkins: .1. Ii. Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14 HAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. 3Ae. 0. FIUQIA. J. I. KI. rr'l:N. FUQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at Law, CI.INTON, LA...

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 April 1856

FELCILA_ DEMOCRAT. Am13 S3' A iPNUGIh. DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE. CLINTON, LA. Saturday Morning, 4prUl 1 1886. f'We are Indebted to the Hon. Jno. Slidcll, J. M. Sandidge, Miles Taylor, and T. 0. Davidson, for pablH doeuments, and late aerthern paper. ý~`See last page. I.jThe Sevrth Judlicial Ditt Court In and for tie Walt of last Felicana i lkbw h seesion, the flea. Judge Watterson, of Livingston, presiding. Thodeeket is large, yet the business of the court, is awively progressing. Tu eriminal cases will be to. bae up ant Monday. JLafyette Society of Centenary College. we have reoeived a polite ihvitation to attend a publie exhibition of this soolety, which takes place at Jackson, on the evening of the 19th ofApril. Speech e will be made, in both French and English, and W. B. Laey, D. D., will also deliver an address. Should our engagements permit, nothing will afford us greater pleasure than to be present on that occa dson. ,f'To the publishers, we are lndebted for the re prints of Blac...

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 April 1856

ý e Itiiciana trn c nt; lION. S. L. CLINGMAN OF N. C. This gentleman closes an able address to his constituents, on the great political issues of the day, with the following eloquent and pat riotic sentiments. There may be found some among as hero, who "have marks upon them by which they may be known," who rejoice at any victory that may be achieved over the Democracy, no matter by what ism or faction, or by what means. "With respect to those persons who former ly acted with the democratic party, I can see no reason for their now withholding their sup port from it. It has thrown off the freeo-silers hi the North and gotten rid of some bad els ments in the south, and now stands fairly as an organisation by the rights of all sections of the Union. In fact, its principles of action are those of the old republican party of the days of Jefferson, which meet with universal approbation in our portion of the confederacy. We are called upon, fellow-citizens one and all, to make a manly stand...

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 April 1856

IkeJditiaua temotat. From the Lodson Times, Marob 12. SPEECH BY MR. BUCHANAN. i3iiM5 AT THE MANSION HouS1 TO TEE UNITED STATES MINIsTEL. Last night the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress entertained Mr. Bachanan, the American Minister, and a select party at dinner in the Egyptian hall of the Mansion House, as a mark of respect and considera tion on the occasion of his leaving England as the representative of the United States to return to his native country. On the removal of the cloth -the usual loyal and patriotic toasts were drank, that of the Array and Navy having been re sponded to respectively by Lieutenant Gen ea.sait Harry Jones and Lord Radstock. The Lord Mayor then said, he had amoanghis visitors that evening a distin guished gentleman and an illustrious states man, the Minister of the United States. (Cheers.) That gentleman was about to leave this country, his successor to this court having been appointed, and being daily expected among us. He should have felt it a great reflec...

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 April 1856

STHE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMB..-48 Pt YEAR. YOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1856. NO. 52. CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. ou Md.Vl, Gunton. CRa g.NOcVI, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES MoVEA, Attominee at Law, CLINTON & JACKSBON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN Attorsey & ounsellor at Iaw, CLINTON, LA. P RACTIOB In the Parishes of Eet and Weal Fellolan. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, C.INTON, LA. WILL attend business in East and West Feolclani and St. Helen. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, Orriaz: MAu SrEssr. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE .LEE, Attornies and ounsollora at Law, CLINTON, LA. DUSINESS ontrusted to their care willrbe prompt SIly attended to. RB:sarswuc.-Messrs. Oakey & Hawkins; J. B, Dyrne & Co.; Now Orleans. a 14 HAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAS. 0. FUQUA. J. 0. KILDOUIIN. FUQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICE In the ...

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 April 1856

TELICIA ' _E* CRAT. } :C EflTON1 LA. Iaturia3y WaJning, Aplr 19, 186 10* PR tIDKNT, §P1IEý A. DOUGLAS, P ILLrOS. 1tVI20 To TV ue= aOI 0Z fUNo~at M llOVUIoc3A? ooufluuyum. S!'iys nupe a ds btr esent volume. Sub lter (e 11 hita e pohmpt in paying tire absembýottos. 'Those who hbve failed to ý iaent for tbh past year will be eharget an ae moauno t. In owur next tbeu we will furnish .eal ,es of p-lr.o.. who rre duly amthortled to . gie pyment for t1 o.tna. dou this offic. Longer Sposo on our patt, it would hb .uiidul to grant. e hauve reeeived' the April number of the =rI'd Dem~aoosrat Review. The Ialding politl. cab)~(l e *ea t Britale and toi United States;" q"Thle ." It I. embellished with a fne steel £ of Taos. L. Bulatm, M. 0. from It11. Thoas cjaree6Sirous of witneealng aorlious freak of astameane satsly their nriosllty by oalllng at the D g Moe of H. S. Beeobno. It is that of a chi.eam, with rl o bodies, four wings, four feet, and one bead. 4.was hatched alive, and' wa moving ati...

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 April 1856

- t Jtitian a 4ntm trat. DARK LANTMRNI.s.-The Abolitionists of Indiana, have resolved themselves into a "League of Freedom," with oaths, grips, etc., in imitation of the illustrious party which has been absorbed in the North by the Nigger-wor. shippers. The Instructor, while initiating a member, thus does up the Catholic religion We defy the Buntlinites to compose anything stronger. "It wields the very freedom which our PFa thers conferred upon it as a dagger to destroy our own. Landing upon our shores millions of its superstitions, segregated and clannish in struments, and acting as a unit in popular eleo tions, it uses them with fearful power, first to weigh down one side, then another, ever bar tering its votes to the highest bidder, until it has secured control of the most important places in the Government. "The tree is known y its fiuita." Those of the Papal tree have everbeen Ignorance, poverty, misery and crime. Its votaries fill our jails, alms-houses and penis tentiaries. ...

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 April 1856

how. _a CVlnto, La., and is now pFrere wto ýý fit' v"O" teo m ý aq et d' ==100 o~rraw B~a~rll Qold r sk Irwrw Bale to git ef 'jl end u~a lead, TaromM+ tooiý ý a.. z, e ~lli..iol J L, Imr 1e ,Lir d + ,m rai"abý,ia1 blue mmd rmih pmee's1 eIs toa w as emm d Amerean. two wesk lons in Olmtob. Those who may . sre perfet-pletues, saited In the best style of the ar. vq - e8 to oall during that puiod. O iO TQWs NOTIOB. T ILtL to re to cal but r a thos Jro hohlll d d laims for collection. Coa el r 4prb ' that more than td ompt settlementemade. o ccepted erafts, approved olsms, e., dsehd at liberal rates. hIee Ae A. _ a SKARZTo I cpA8 Agent and Collector, Glinton, is. o lebrate' uoh,~es ea, Tar, soady sad eavea esas, for sale by D'AROtD. TI Poetso(rte-4brat ainds-fee from frost 1 iyi a t lae*e arrels,or sale, D'ARBOND. D N OF PARTNERSHIP. a r ] Yr. r.B.Pettisel T so Olo, La.,under the g O or , gA. N. _ &lj Ceo., for the ting a gdneral 7ny Dres Goods badness, has been lrseolyed this drat sa...

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 April 1856

.N - 'I __4.C~C --~ 444 "ý :,"`",2 c,ý "ýf:ý M ýLINTON, LA. SA'TUUDA 0~ , APRIL26i8W6: 4 t IN. LA. + lto ]the Par Illipt Wes; SJAM S B14. o ad r ou~an B at Law, SOLINTON, LA. a.Ltted buslnet In Ua.tnd West Feliclana AV St.t.elena. a 14 J,OIIN M. ROBERTS, . Attorney 'Law, Orvno: Mira snTR3U S CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN . DE LEE, Attoralst and o.euollors at Law, SCLINTON LA. DUSINSS3 entrusted to th ir care will be prompt -iy attended to. Uruawcoe.-Mesars. Oakey & Hawkins; J. 11. Byrne & Co.; Now Orleaus. a 14 HAYNES a ELLIS, Attornmes and Coaansellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAR,. 0oUQUA. J. 0. KILDOrRN. FUQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. * ACTICE In the coprts of East and West Felici sa. and t. lolenm. a 14 . --.. . . . t+ . - . . . .. . . . . JAMEB WELSH, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LA.W, CLINTON, LA. LAW PARTNERSHIP. nIBE undersigned, having entered into partnership " .L he practice of their profession, will attentd to 1 bHal I entrusted to them in the parish of E...

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 April 1856

pIxIUCIANl DEMOCRAT. i* aT A AW3antI SUMoCATrIo COMUMtau. LINTON, LA. tiiufy M@ning, Apri , $8t6. FOR PREBIDENT, S*EPHEN A. DOUTGLAS, OF ILLINOIS. Ea N or T sa anoies or Ta NATZKro . eUmoca eo eomnvnon, --.pT s. to Mears. 8lidell and Davidson, fbr a uaino supplt of very Important publio documents. WEE WEATHER. "Mring te wellwe have been blessed with copious bowers-the weither is mild and pleasant nd the lamter's prospectshighly encouraglngat the present. 3Ra Wanl am Mrs. Dunbasr'a Soba Cuecrt. We were honored with a ticket to the MusloalSoiree etMts.Wall and Mrs. Dnbar'sFepale8obool. With g$aefulnesu to the lady-proprietors we can say it was iualy 'a fsit of reason and a flow of soul." The masion wasa rich repastof Intellect, music and mirth The approbation of ~prowded audience was manifest ed in demonstrations that had heart in them; for sever have we seen more appropriately exhibited or more eminetly displayed the natural oblvalry of our southern youth than In their liberal bestow...

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. — 26 April 1856

AN11LOQUENT LETTER BY A SCOTT SLECTOR IN 1852., In LB5S the whigs in one of the electoral distriatb of Tennesee selected as their elector Jimes M. Davidson, Esq., an Irishman, and a entMtleman of brilliant talents. Another Irish man, the Rev. J. L. Chapmnn, also a whig, and supporter of Gen. Scott in 1859, Ihes re oseatly challenged Mr. Davidson to a discus silon of the know-nothing issues. The reply of Mr. Davhlson is worthy of perusal by ove ry old-line whig in the country. tho reader will seeoo at once how justly the writer enjoys the roputation of one of the first orators of the land. The following is the reply: To the Ediltors of the Nashrille Patriot : GaNTLKRN : I have read in youear paper of the 92d lnst-, a communication over the sig nature of "James L. Chapman," in which the writer challenges mankind in generanll, and myself in particular, to "a friendly discussion based on the Amnterican platform, or ally arli cle of it;" anl I have since read editoriil speculations ahont...

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. — 26 April 1856

,*csxbu m A MaraoDtsr Couxranano. We tesra uristian Advocate records the fbllowlg interesting satedote of Jackson. "O5EN006 of it was in the Tennessee Annual feMbbroee, held at Nashylle, and to which he lad been invited by a vote of the mem lres, tht they might have the pleasure of'an feteoduetlen to him: IThe Oemmmu1f was appointed, and the r 9 fired te time for 9 o'clock on Mon mttnng. The Conference room being anll to aeeommodate the hundreds who whed to Witness the introduction, one of the lharches was substituted, and an hour before the time filled to dverflowing. Front seats were reuegyd for the members of the Confer aen, whlnh was called to order by the Bishop, n a large hobair on the altor, Just be th pulpit. After prayers the commttee retired, and a minute after entered, conduct og the man whom all delihted to honor. Taey led him to the Bishopq chair, which was 3gvaeant for him, the Bishop meanwhile ouono another place within the altar. The becretary was directed to call th...

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. — 3 May 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRIAT,. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.--$3 PER YEAB. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1856. NO. 2" CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. Jda MoVNA, Clinton. CHAS. MuoVeA, Jackson. JOHN & CIIARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KHERNAN, Attorney & counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES in the Parishes of Ea&t and West Follotana. a 14 JAMES I. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CIINTOIN, I.A. ITILT, attend builnesn In EHat and West c lelctaiia T and St. llelena. 'a 14 JOHN M. ItOlI ItrTS, Attorney at Law, OrFrac: MAIN SrIIET. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & I)E LEE, Attornies and ounsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. SUSINESS elltrsated to their core will lbe prlmilpt 1 ly attended to. likr3utKKN.us.--M'cwr,. Oukey & llawkisw: J. II. Byrne & Co.; New Orlea~s. it 1I IIAYNIM & ELLTS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, C(INTON, LA. MAN. 0. FUQtU . J. E;. KTI.UIIfN. FUQUA & KIr4BOURN, Attor...

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. — 3 May 1856

!ELICIANA Dn OCRAT. CLINTON, LA. iate nda seuins, way e1806. rOR PRSEIDUe , STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, OF ILLINOIS. wOuIr u!e pI or oIM A.nowlI aUoOUoa=o b.A.e. o .os Jao 81idell, MYle Taylor, Tho-. = . ad J.M. Searidgen , wepre Indebteod fto ate Wshlgaston papers. Pou Jmo r Bueworto.--The election for mombeon of the Pollee Jury, to swve for two yers fIrom th I rst Monday In Jume, e .sleu, takes place, on MONDAY, the 12th lastant. 1Pul W'a-.-Poro Jamv.-We learn that RnCu'n m, Is a candidate for Polioe ,elry for this Ward. 'Persomns islting New Orleans, would do well to call on Wm. Kaxnwona, at No. 66 Canal Street. He is now disposing of a very superior stock ofFre e said foncy goods, at cost of importation. Oawtoauma A Oaeoox Lmrrs.--On our last page will be found an outline of the "Paciflo Mall List," which is well worthy the attention of those esirous of communicating with Iher friends in that asotion of the sountry. PWmhahhurn's Amerlcan Ctrcus and Indian Am phitheatre, will be in Port ...

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. — 3 May 1856

NEW ADL VERTIS~iEMENTS. FIOTICE. D .B and Legal Notloe in hereby given that a Spe olat Term of the IIonorable .Seventh District Court will be holdeam in and for Sa 4rl Parish of East Peolitia on the rSasoad Monday q#" June nte, (1850,) to be continued from day to day, unatil the business Is diposed of, or otlaerwise adjos ouarnaed according to law. Wrt.w.m The Hon. C -YRUS R ATL.UF'F, Judge Seventh Judicial District, this 28th dnm " of April, A. D. 1886. [m3] WM. pA.T' ERSON, Cerk. GREENT 'WELL S1R' INIoS. THEM underigned having leas-eel the obove colebra ted Springs fo-r the coming ameson, takes this method of announce;sa to his frlenadl and the public generally, that he wirll be preparee-d to open the same for the accommodmLtion of viaitors, on the 15th of May, 18464 mnm g it unnec~esry and sUpWarflnflts to enter into a gtby description of the vwta able properties of the water, the se.mbcriber womsal merely state to the pabile that on a careful oxaam asation of the inticie by esrs...

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. — 3 May 1856

t, utu, ot ob alsaters a agroat were pw.t at, at large p weyeebat that enswhioa mioegen. w costbtone 1 sn t bhek, dak hair swept noe r l D on thdve pforehead. In al m the Ar read he bill, Jau st - ator Hunt oerniton of a, atheir teres o; heolfeted to ~like otrs oihdrawL. the oe. Hvis tws laidred I sa snit with bl foomoted bhttened and' thik, dark hair swept neg omt atte mato e fo abstract ofn a ow he rt read hia bill, ent lne . i ford tm organ.o atn of ma i4st.ate e t an tthe mrritort o Kwer mlkon Govlternofr meederi-te S i vadlson of the StaIn tehu Idid t severest Dougl condemntioced the e u big peeah. IWW not attempt -to gve an abstract of ay1 ,*aoat or favor, that iItwes the o sthe learest and the most uuanawera Je of the Nebraska bill-the moat tbia on Governor Reeder-the od adelettes and tbelr conduct-the most able, aditatlonal argument that I ever had the prilege of bearing. And the same opinion we e.xpreed by many of Mr. Douglas' polti. uao p a -asa...,4 gee. that thi sething ...

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. — 10 May 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-8TATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 109;t856. NO. 3. CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. JO1IN McVaUA,ClInton. CIIAS. McVMA, Jackson, JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKO8N. LA. W. FEROUS KERNAN, Attorney & oounsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES In the Parisheso of East and West Fellelana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CINTON, I.A. W ILL attend hbnsness In East and West Felicinna and St. oelena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OrnorI: MAIN STREKT. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. USINESS entroeeted to their care will Ie promnlt .1 ly attended to. Rurxanuesca..-Mesors. O)akey & IIawkine: J. It, Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a I HAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. -JA. 0. FITQUA. J. 0. KIItrlloPlN FUQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA....

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. — 10 May 1856

FELICIANA IDEMOCRAT. CLINTON, LA. etuazdy Moring, May 10, m86. FOR PRESIDENT, STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, OF ILLINOIS. U-'-CT TO T 0.tO0103 OFP Tr NATIONAL DtMOCuATIo conotrwrox. FOR POLICE JUROR-FIFTH WARD. ..TOHARD DREHR. ELECTION, MONDAY, MAY 11, 1866. CWpOur Senators and epresentatives n Con greeI, have our thanks for Public Documents, late paper, eo. SMr. AxTaoxr SAxner, Cor. Seo'y of the La fayette Society of Centenary College, has kindly frnlashed us with a printed copy of the address, de livered before that body on the 19th of April, 1856, by the Rev. Wm. B. LAcla, D. D., Rector of the Southern Instituto for Young Ladles, Jackson La. CoxoaanaoxAL.--In the House of Representatives, the Hon. John A. Quitman. in a speech on the state of slair on the Isthmus, advocated the repeal of the neutrality laws, and the seizure of the Isthmus by the Government. A~The Know-Nothings often talk about "the Fathels." Jaust a peacock spreads an overwhelm lag tall, the Know-Nothings used to dub themsel...

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. — 10 May 1856

e elida t fitenrnat. Tun VIReII nfAY MAIfAAen.-. iForred/e I4/r from the Amt*ren Ninisfer.-An employee of the Transit hIail road Company, named MfAsonsr, has madte an afllda vii befbre Minister WuVlsr.an, in hielh he swears that the troops of Costa Rica, headed by fGen MolA. Presi dent of Costa Rica, were engaged in the munrder of Amerclan citizens at Virgin Bay, and gives the names of nine persons who were killed. In addition, C. MAlnoxvY testified that they set fire to the wharf built by tile Transit Company, and com pletely destroyed it. It cost $190,000. The forces of Costa Rica have now possessino of the Transit ronte on the Isthmus, and the aofficers have declared that they are determined to extermlnnlt every Amerlean now in the country, and in this in tention they were sustained by the merrehan.t of England and France, from whence they could pro cure, and had procured, material aid as to guns antd ammunition. Referring to the alove statement, the Amerhenn Minister addressed t...

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. — 10 May 1856

FELIIANA DEMOCRAT. CLINTONl, LA. sa!tbyr Morning, May 1o, 1,8 . SOULS, NOT STATIONS. W'lo shall Judge a man ebu manners? Who shall know him by his dress? ',iapers may be it fei prInees, Princes it for omethg else. ~e and d tjaket J ot rthe ne ore dY dost th rrand ebetgs- Sathi rests could do no mere. ''l'ere are pring of crystal nectar vret welling-out of stone; liMere are purple buds and golden, Hidden, crashed, and overgrown, t, A, who counts by souls, not dresses, Loves and prospers you and me, Whie lHe values thrones, the highest, But as pebbles in the sea. ian, upraised above his fellows Oft forgets his fellows then .. ,sters-rulers-lords remember 'That your meanest kind of men, Men by labor, men by feeling, Qtet by thought and men by fame, t am. an equal right to sunshine In a man's ennobling name, lThere are foam-embroidered ooease, 'there are little weed elad rills, T erere are feeble ch-high seplins, There are eed irson the hills; ni t God, who counts by souls, not stations...

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