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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 17 May 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT, BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1856. NO.4. CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. JoHN MoVDA, Clinton. COAs. McVaA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. DRACTICES in the Parishes of East and West Fellotana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, IA. WILL attend business In East and West Feliciana and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OrrFac: MAIN STREET. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA,. ITSINESS entrusted to their care will Ie prompt E ly attended to. Raraamsnso.--Mesrs. Oakey & Hawkins; J. B, Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14 HAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAR. O. FUQUA. J. . Ki.iot'R.n. FUQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICE in...

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. — 17 May 1856

'FELICIAAA DEIUOCRAT, CLINTON, LA. Sittzrday Morning, May 17, 18M . FOR PRESIDENT, 4 8 QIH EN A. DOUGLAS, S OF ILLINOIS. -5M o e0 ou 8IOW orF TlUB NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC OOxvtXT1ox. DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Thalaowlng named gentlemen are the officers hit of tWhi Committee : L. J. Stoar, President, R, W. ADAs, Secretary, Joas :tMtas, Treas. J. 8. IIdur, Cor'g Beoy. Jll The Savantah Journal, of the 3d Inst., an nounces the death of Ex-GovernorGeorge M. Troupe. He expired at his residence in Lnurens County, Ga., at the age of 74 years. ills disease was hemorrhage of the lungs. ,IA Wu. A. EI.Loas is the Democratic nominee for Mayor of New Orleans. p Blaclkwood for April has been received. Con tents: "'The Laws Concerning. Women ;' 'War and Woodoraft;' 'Alison's History of Europe;' 'Prescott's Philip II;' 'The Scot Abroad;' 'The Indian Civil 8or vice;' 'The Kars Blue-Book;' 'De Bazancourt's Nar rative of the Campaign.' " .#&The Baton RougeComet is responsible for,the followin...

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. — 17 May 1856

A Lrrnri raox. GCrn. WALK t:n.--Thl fol lowing letter from Gen. WALtKRn to Senottor WELL.Kt was read in the Senate on the 1st inst., and excited much interest from its refer once to "Britishl intervention" In behalf of Costa Rica: OnHAN'DA, April .15,. 1856. IIon. Jons B. WVILRn, U. S. Senate : Myf Drear Sir-By thoe last papers from Now York I learn that when I was denounced in the Senate for the conduct Nicaragua Iha pursued towards the Transit Company, you were so generous as to undertake to defend me from the aspersions of men utterly ignorant of my character. In consequence of this I take the liberty of writing some facts in rela tion to affairs here, anti these facts will, I think, prove not unimlortant to the Govern ment of the United States. Yonu hanve dolllutless learnled from the news papers how pnli itic was the course Nicaraguta proposed to pIllr'sllue towardls the other Stao,,. of Central Amneriion. Notwithltriliing fill onur overtures of ipeatc, file niiglihoriltg (1o'v...

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. — 17 May 1856

EJUICANA DEMOCRAT. ---. - = . l OLINTON, LA. s iuayb d , a May 17' 1868. HOOPS. " ft bat ssurtdlty In womn's dress Is by no manslihni . ashlios have their orbit., though estre as those ofr omet ; and it is after the haps ofa century and a half that bha n oae omo back to deform our ladies. IsIsk n of Queen Anne hoops were the rap allfst htime. Addison, in No. 1f'cotle "8psctfto, dealt them the follow a blow, which reultod in their balshment. Ist too muah to aepect a simlalr result at the preat imef Tgasoav, tuly 26, '111. Qu tm sit La rebs lsns I Psas. Sat. I, I. How mush of emptiness we And in thing I It tI.uss custom at Sir Roger's, upon the coing ina of the post, to sit about a pot of eog and hear the old knight read Dyer's Letter, which he does with his spectacles upon his nose, and in an audible voice, smiling very often at those little strokes of satire which are so *ane in the writings of that author. I af terward communicate to the knight such pack ets as I receive under the ...

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. — 24 May 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT BY G. W. REESE. * THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERM.--$8 PER YEAR. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1856. NO. 5. CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. JoN McVsA, Clinton. CAs. McVIA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornies at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGOU KERNAN, Attorney & counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES in the Parishes of East and Went Felloiana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. WTILL attend business In Fast and VWest Feliclana IV and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OrniCa: MAIn STnMrT. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. BUSINERS entrusted to their care will be prompt ly attended to. Rirvcrscvcns.-Messrs. Oakey & IIawkins: J. Ii, Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14 IIAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Coaasellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JA. O. FCQUI'A. J. n. KTi.nor'l'N FUQUA & KI LBOURN, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. P...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 24 May 1856

FELICIANA DEIOC.RAT. CLINTON, L& IatUrdwyKUUngc, Kao S4K WO vo1 PlumDINT, STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, OF ILLINOIS. 3130 TTO 133 WCR 033 NAItQOw SI&OUhIIO cow.an l oDa Rl. TAores, who as resided with us or the I lut alths, has determined upon sttling In Itigu fleeg. Wtea hoping that he ay make his m iagements so bs to 9 1t 1as o ne every three Or 1 tar months In the year, we commenad bi to the e patronage of t asas ato the Capitel, feling as- t easeL thathis quatisaefat , personaltly and prof- t soadly, are sub a w to arrant the high reoommen ddteas whIob he uarrlewith him. Dr. Taylor halls ooem he Ast Medlo-Detal College ever chartered, I which boor belongs to the Legislature of Mary- d ScOanneus.-The folowing paragraph Is fom the Washington Orgea, the mouth.plesoet the Ameriean of party. It speaks for Itslf:t Mr. Judah P. Benjamin, of Lousana, It Is report ed, will be the Demooratic nominee for the Vice FresPdeb. He is ab relner and a Jew-and an d aostate 1hg. He will therefore mak...

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. — 24 May 1856

pe 4elirir l1r ffmait tt, E.nrror OF TII F.,tICAA D)sM'nntr: The following gentlemen will bn ,upportcd by all good and true )enocrats, rfo municl pnofficers of the Town of Clinton, viz. FOR MAYOR. PERKEZ RIPILEY. FOR ALD.)IMION. I. N. LEMION, JNO. If. BELL, E. W. BARNES, EVANS WHITE, WM. SADLER. J."ELECTION, on MONDAY. 2d of JUNIE." DRPEATS OF TIus BRITIns MtXISrtRY.-The British Ministry has been three times defeated within the past month; first, upon the May nooth grant, secondly upon the Church Disci pline bill, and recently upon the question of open competition for civil olilce. The Insur ance Duties bill was withdrawn in the Hlouse of Commons by the Chancellor of thl Exchel ner, without a division, so fearful waIs he of sustaining another defeat. It would semn that a dissolution of Parliament and the frnnllatio ofa new Ministry were ine.vitable. In tlhe present state of parties in England, however, it would be dimffcult to tell what would be the result of a dissolution. Fon NICA...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 24 May 1856

NOTHING I8 LOST. Nothing is lost; the drop of dew Wheob trembles on the lenf or flower Is but exhaled to fall anew 3a summer's thunder shower; Perobhane to shine within the bow That fronts the son at fall of day; Perehunce to sparkle in the flow Of fountains far away. e Isr lost; the tiniest seed, A b hIrd borne or breeses blown, M something suitedto its need, Wherein 'tis sown and grown. The laguge of some household song, The per(me of some cherished flower, Though gone from outward aense being To memorle's after hour. So with our words; or harsh or kind, Uttered, they are not all forgot; They leave their influence on tle mind, Pass on, but perish not! So with our deeds; for good or ill They have their power, scarce understood; Then let us use our better will To make them rife with goodll THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON. BY E. S. TnoMus. The British In possession of Boston had learned that a quantity of public stores were deposited at Concord, nineteen miles distant, and determined to dest...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 31 May 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCR A T. BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.--$ PER YEAR. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1856. NO. 6. SCARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. Us MoViA,Cllnton. Caus. MCVaA, Jackson. & JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornite at Law, '. CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. ERACTICES in the Parishes of East and West SFelllciana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, 1.A. W ILL attend business in East and West Feliciana and St. Helena. 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OPICP.: MAIN STREFT. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. B L'.SNE.S entrusted to their care will be prompt ly attended to. IRrxac.INC.i.-Mlessrs. O)key & IHawkins: J. II. Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a lI ITAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, I.A. JA.. O. VL'QIA. J. (i. Kll.it 'X. PUQUA & KILBOURtN, Attornies at Law, CL...

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. — 31 May 1856

formly. and steadily resisted all attempts of individuals in the United Stabs to undertake armed aggresslbns against fliendly Spauish American Republics. While the present incunmbent ofthe Execu tive oioee has been in discharge of its duties he has never failed to exert all the authority in him vested to repress such enterprise, because they are in violation of the law of the land, vhifh the Constitution requires him to execute faithfully; because they are contrary to the poler of the Government, and because to per ait them would be a departure from good faith towards thosee American Republics in amity with ap, wdIah are entitled to, and will never oeese to enjoy in their oslamities, the cordial mpatbhy, and in their prosperity the efficient good will of the Government and of the people of the United States. To say that our laws in this respect are sometimes violated or successfully evaded is only to say what is true of all laws in all coun tries, but not more so in the United State...

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. — 31 May 1856

|lil. AT GanswRl.rT.--We are requested by Mr. Bnladger to may that the opening ball at firscnwall Mpring will be given on Wedauesday elvening, the 4th Jalne, inntend of the 31st lint., na Iir.I l anniounced. EmWTOn OP TII FaI.ICIAxA l)aanltArn r: The following gentlemen will he tupported by all Focod and true Delnocrtls, foi llunicipal oi cers of the too'l of Clinton, viz. FOil MAYOR. PEREZ RIPLEY. FOR ALDERMEN. I. N. LEMON, JNO. M. BELL, E. W. BARNES, EVANS WHITE, WM. SADLER. j., i.ELECTION, on MONIDAY. 2d1 of I X'NE. l"i aMlIn the Inst irsse of the Democrat, mny zaita' aIlppear anit canllidltte for Aldermtllt. This witsdonell withoult my con(alnt or desire, nlul whilhe I lan hlilge to lny friends ft r llmentioning Illy Itallle ill 'olnllectialli with hll honloraltnle position of Aladermanl, I Imlit rI* ptctfully declille allowing nliy lalta i llnI'ed in al:y pl. litical conteslrt. It is any desire to it,l its 'ree as pranctlalhie' I'rtili Ipoliie'. at prsel.llt. My pr'ivate atlalt...

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. — 31 May 1856

t- t fe ltIi !taat. PROTESTATIONS. I. If the appple gows On the appletree. And the wild wind blows On the wild wood free; And the deep stream fows To the deeper sea; And they can not help growing, #nd blowing, and flowing, I ean not help loving thee. II. Yet if wild winds blew Never more on the lea; And no blossoms grew On the healthy tree; And the river untrue Escaped the sea; And they all had ceased blowing, And growing, and flowing; I'd ne'er cease loving thee. III. And till that hour, In the day or night; In the field or bower, In the dark or bright; In the fruit or the flower; In the bloom or the blight: In my reaping or sowing, My coming or going, I'll ne'er cease loving thee. A STORY FOR MOTHERS. There are too many mothers in the world who, loving themselves better than they love their children, will uphold them when they are clearly in the wrong-thus doing them an irreparable moral injury. From a story now going the rounds of the papers, we infer that Queen Victoria is us 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. — 7 June 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT, BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION,-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1856. NO. 7. - - nm' a • nnmi muln . I . . . .. . II I i im II I.,nm . CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. JoaN MoVa, Clinton. CrAs. MoVia, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attornei at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN, Attorney & counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES in the Parishes of East and West J Feliclana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CI.INTON, LA. WILL attend business In East and West Feliciana Sand St. Helela, a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OFFICE: MAIN STREET. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. ".)SINERS entrusted to their care will he prompt U ly attended to. RerlvnxNeKs.-MLssrs. Oakey & Hawkins: J. D, lyrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14 IIAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JA.. 0. FUQUA. J. 0. KILBOURN. FU...

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. — 7 June 1856

ted States, General Quitmanl;tiaceeded to the Immediate subject of his address, and stated at length his objections to the Neotrality Laws as they exist at present. We suhJoin his clear and concise resast of those objections : The objections to this act, as interpreted in out day are: Its creation of constructive crimes; Its denial of the right of expatriation, and, undet certain elrcutstances, of emigration even; Its prohlbition of the right of the citizen, in some oases ,ogall himself of the rewards of his skill his Ingenuity, or his labor; Its ioadngwith onerous burdens, and punishing with severe penalties, Mir commorioal euterprise and apenulations; Its sm'ferring upon the President and the collect rgore ports powers inconsistent with the principle and ts to the institutions of our country; Its .rdlag as criminal, acts noble, generous, amc patriotico In tlemelves; Its assuming to treat the citizens of a free county as the subjects or property of the Government. If all these obno...

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. — 7 June 1856

nated lie had merely observed to Lord Palmhnerston that he would have much satitbf. tion in transmitting that note to the Secrina ry of State; Lord Palnierston replying through Lord Clarendon that he fails to be conlvinced, and saying that it seemed to him that there was no essential differencu between the suB stance and the effect of what was said ln the House of Commons and Mr Buchanan'sstate ment. Finally, Mr. B., under date of March 7tlh, says to Mr. Marcy: "You nmst believo with me, that the last efforts of Lord Palmerston to extricate himself from the dilemml has serv ed to make the awkwardness of his position still more conspilous." SPoKE AiAIsN.-Jamne itellpatli, the EiIg lish Abolitionist, (who, for nuglht we know, may Ie a secret agent of the British Governi ajent, for hie hia done little else since colilng to this country but to follent discord and strife, writes to the National Era "thalt the S"outhl(rn "inunigration to Kansas this spring lhs doubled,, it not trebled, 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. — 7 June 1856

--.-.m--_,. .....-- ---·a, ·0m !--L--I._N -. _,_. $I $ditiaua gmerat. SEPARATION. We parted in eilenoe, we parted at night, On the banks of that lonely river, Where the ragrant limes their boughs ulte, We met sad we parted forever. The night wind sang, and the setau bove Told lbay a touching story Of fieundt long past to the kingdom of love, Where the eo~l wear iN mantle of glory. But ere we sighed our last farewell, La wild and bitter sorrow, Otr whipered vowe (remembered well) Spoke peaoe to the coming morrow. The lips that echoed that vow of alne Are cold as that lonely river, Aud that eye (the beautifut spirtihsrine) Has shrouded its fire forever. And now on the midnight sky I look, And my heart grows Ibll to weeping; Bash est to me is a saled book, Some tale of the loved one keeping. We parted In allenee, we parted in tears On the banks of that lonely river, But the fragruce and bloom of those by-gone years Will hang round Its waters forever. THE NICARAGUA SPIRIT. " As short 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. — 14 June 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT, BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURJDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1856. NO. 8. CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. Jollx MOVA, Clinton. Cuisi MUVIA, Jaoknon. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attorneys at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERN'AN Attorney and Counsellor at LAW. CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES In the Parishells of East and Went Fellelana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CINTON, 1LA. W ILL attend business In East and West Feliciana and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OFrcea: M.tIN STrr.T. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. U!SINESS entrusted to their care will he prompt . ly attended to. IRtKVu Ntcr..-Messrs. Onkey & IIawkins; .T. B. Byrne & Co.; Now Orleans. a 14 HIAYNES & ELLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAR. 0. FITQI'A. J. A. KI.LBOI3RN 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. — 14 June 1856

Treasutr's Report. 'o amount ppid -" [Continued. 1To.227 Mary Keith, 15 00 228 W. H. Green, 287. 84 229 L. S. Harrison, 12 00 > 280 G. W. Andrews, 15 281 John Nettles, 5 282 B, M. G. Brown, 2 51 288 Ti. D. Chance, 5 10 284 W. D. J. Warner,, 16 286 `.' C. Stokes, 8 621 986 Mrs. E. Yarborough, 10 287 A. Schlanker, 24 288 D. C. MeMillan, 9 389 A. J. White, 8 240 G. A. Scott, 18 S241 J. G. Kilbourn, 84 621 242 C. D. Bowman, 18 80 248 Thoe. P. Simpson, 12 80 244 Thoee. L. East, 12 70 245 J. W. Taylor, 18 246 John B. Taylor, 8 247 Samuel Hatcher, 6 248 E White, 8 240 Lee Hardesty, 12 260 R. W. Troth, 8 60 261 Henry Burd, 2 25 262 C. N. Gibbons, 18 80 268 Joseph Norwood, 12 40 254 Benj. F. Clark, 18 80 .265 Wm. Young, 14 266 Josiah Nettles, 18 267 W. H. Cobb, 12 50 268 R. W. Roberts, 12 70 269 J. A. Ramsey, 12 70 260 L. A. Palmae. 7 261 Alfred Taylor, 18 282 G. White, 12 50 268 V. H. Dunn, 10 600 264 B. Taylor, 12 265 G. W. Reese, 12 266 F. H. McElwee, 8 25 267 A. B. Moore, 14 70 268 He...

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 June 1856

htod to build a bridge acrom Pretty Creek, near Wad. dill's old mill and that the commlissioners of the 7th ward be Instructed to lot out such bridge to the low. est bidder. Mr. eontgomefy .fleretl the following which was also laid over till next meeting, viz: Bo it resolved, &., That B. I, O. Ilrown is hereby authorized to have any necssry repai s done on the Jail that he may think proper, and that he Is hereby also authorized to draw on the parish treuaer for the same on his own warrant. sir. Do Leeo introduced the following resolu. tion which was adopted. Be It resolved, A., That the place of holding the election in the 7th ward be and is hereby moved to the place selected by the commlssioners, for con structing a suitable shed for that purpose. The members representing the different wards of the parish, presented their respective reports of appointments made by them of overseers of the roads for the ensuing year, all of which were read and lopproved of. * * * * * * 'There be...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 14 June 1856

RMBUOLLANEOUB. D T ".TRY. un erigm d, a u or tb, o ry, and with seerl frr practical ex* Prlease l his o on, fls warranuted I les hl rservi .o al perseas desirous ofr o g sklfulll and tleitl0e operations on the E ve ry operatole warrat"l to give satlsUotlon. All alls for viwit attended to promptly. O I, the seooad story t te brick building toel the Vaeio HoteL houe rs, doms o'eloek a.. to 8 p.m. wrans tlp locate Cuxruor LA. J~fe a lP. TAILOR, D. D. 8. DAUQE AN GALLERY. Ofr ese r rwem we tad emotions ebrlsh, Ieestsesbadoew we the se.Ltane perish." THRB undersigedblo b leave to talabil th eltlws of Ciatoe an voltty, that be has opened a salesoon t to the Uion Hotel, wher e eis pre parde life like ltknessee of mtho who may favor hls with a oall. Plotares taken Ia cloudy as well ua clea weather, Poet mortal pletare. taken, when eulred Jan li$ly J. 3. SHERIDAN. GOODS AT COST. T E UNDEESIGNBD being about to wind T ry e o business in the town of Jackson, will oaf their r seat stock of Dr Go...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
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