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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 8 November 1856

-$ -drin ---.----..--- I: LOUI81ANA. 3 e I "liatqu ines , ....... ... ... 882 228 I St. Bernard..... ... . 149 188 Orleans--right hbnk, . 147 224 " District No. 2, 1387 747 1081 1142 S " . 1119 808 67010 883 " " 1. 2017 1280 1831 2077 " " " 4. 755 190 956 848 " Seventh wrd, ...... 6550 3281 Jefferson................ 490 597 St. Charles....... 104 67 59 (0 I St. John Baptist,... ........196 221 St. James ............... 181 314 Ascension ......... . 411 2.33 Assumption, ........ ..... 154 23.8 Lfourche, . .... . . .. ... 660 415 Terrehonne, ....... ... 369 379 St. Mary,............. 820 437 St Mn rti......... ... 802 49!4 Avovell, s..... 489 831 Cal.nhonliot ......... 8354 877 Carroll,........... ...... 870 261 Madison .......... ......147 21 Trnsas .......... ....... 149 129 Concordia ......... . 55 145 St. flammnny,..... .. 147 8:33 St. |Helena,........ 305 . 804 Livin.gston ........... 368 274 Wnshington ........ 294 186 Enst Fe'lic'iannl.... 464 340 420 365 West Felici:l n...... ...

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 November 1856

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. I1OW CO UNTRIFIED." T n a uaittly ft tnr. i. iempl, I of The soil. With his neat, though homely g:rmnents, and look or honest toil. With wealth of lhe.rt. and wealth of hand, brown Itauny I Il is fter', Ilc stood within your, city, and I marked his modest grace ; 'id linny pn.wrl "tith stately step, in broadcloth. and in pride, fltt murmured as they looked on him, "'Oh, my, how countrified 1" f saw an aged lady. a Delorh past. her prime, Whlo'd measured years of usertilness, content to bide her time, Fr a seat within a stage coach, I heard her ask one day, When one with face like Esau, (no birthright by the wiay,) From underneath a cloud of smoke, said, can't she ride outside? I'm sure there is no room within for one so "countrli fled." In learning's clasic temple, with an open brow and high, Stood one of nature's gentlemen, brightgeniusin bli eye, Yet bore his hands a trace of toil, his frame a store of heath, Of far more sterling worth, my friends, than all his...

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 November 1856

THE ELICIANA DEMOCRAT. Y G. . REESE THE CONTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS, TERMS.--$3 PER YEAR. LO. II. CLINTON, L,. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1850. NO. 29. r .B., ma -,,.l,, ....~r`~. I--- - "1 1111131 ~IM CARDS. PROkFESSIONAL, &c. Joux MV4qA, CIInton. C'u.tV, MICVA, Jackson. JOHN & CHIARLE*S McVEA, Attorneys at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FE1RGUH KERNAN, Attorney and Counsellor at LAW. CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES In the Parlthes of Eaust alld West Fellolana. a 14 JAMEI 13. SMIH'I'I, Atterney and Counsellor at Law, CI,IWTON, LA. IILtL ttend 1,nslness In East and West Fullclana and St. Helcna. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OFrFICM: MAIN STREET. CI,INTON, LA. BOWMAN & I)E LEE, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. tUSINESS entrusted to their care will lt promnplt ly attended to. RIMVKauRnc.i.-Menars. Oankey & Ilawkins: .1. II, Byrne & Co.: New ( Irli.ns. n 1 I IlAYNES & EILLIS, Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. )AIL O. O lI l . J....

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 November 1856

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. CLINTON, LA. aturday Morning, November 15, 1068, AGENTS. The following named peraons are our aulhorltsd agents to collect monies due to, and receive subscrip tions to, the "DaUoca*T." ARTiUR McKENNA, Jackson, La. Da. H. H. HAYNES, P. I., Port Hudson. RELIGIOUS NOTICE. 'The Presbytery of Louislana will meet at this mlace, on the third Wednesday of this month in the nouse used for Prebyterlan Worship, services to com. •anes at 11 o'eldk A. V. Introdaetory sermon to Ihe preachbed by the Rev. A. HAoaiA~. previous mode rater. As the services and dt liberating are open. the public are Invited to attemid. Bu..t.wooO's EDtxaluaon MAOAZtXI.-Thu Octolbor number is before us. Contenta: The Atheligs; or The Three Gifts; Wayside Songs, original and traIlns lated; Our Tour in the Interior of the Crimea; Mr. uttler's Review; Family History; Seaside Studies; A New Una; African Travel. lThe "Serarr" has come again, "Porter's Splir It of the Times," good reader. to which, if you h...

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 November 1856

I4t fditluiana nt0ocrat. LOUISIANA. PIaIs11IO. o. ~iquemrines.......... ... 232 228 St. Bernard,....... 122 128 140 138 Orleans-right hank, 151 194 147 224 " District No. 2, 747 1867 1081 1148 " " " 8. 808 1110 670 882 " " " 1. 1101 2183 1831 2077 " " " 4. 100 755 956 848 " Seveath ward, 129 434 550 883 Jefftrson,. ........ 122 937' 400 597 St. Cliarl'......... 104 67 50 60 St. John Ilnit.l,... 211 1900 196 221 St. James,.......... 172 380 101 314 Ascension......... . 479 276 411 233 Assumption, ....... 887 195 754 2:Sx Lafourche,....... 753 800 66l0 415 Terrebonne,....... 882 397 3690 811 St. Mary,.......... 374 440 320 437 St Martin,......... 423 641 802 494 Avoyeles.,......... 584 823 419 331 Cataloula,.......... 448 411 354 377 Carroll,............ 441 288 376 21il Madison.............. 210 229 147 21(1 Tensas ........... 207 157 149 129 Concordia......... 135 155 55 1 .45 St. Tammany,............ 147 833 St. Helena......... 279 302 805 ,804 Livingston, ........ 3111 231 368 274...

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 November 1856

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. DRIP, DRIP, 0 RAIN I Drip, drip, O Rain From the sky's heclouded eaves: Wail, wall, 0 Wind I That sweepest the withered leaves. Moan, moan, 0 Sea I In the depths of thy secret caves ; Utter thine.gony, With the eoar of thy striving waves I Sigh, sigh, 0 Heart I That vainly seekest rest, Moan, moan, 0 Heart I By grief and care opprest. For the drip of the falling rain, And the waill of the wind shall cease, The roar and strife of the waves, Ere long shall be at peace. Then fear not, 0, sad heart, To let thy grief have way, For the grief that hideth not, Shall the sooner pass away. A HIAWATHIAN DUN. We find this in one of our Western exchanges. a religiont newspaper. It is a very fair hit n its way : Should you ask us why this dunning, Why these sad complaints and murmurs, Murmursloud about delinquents Who have read the paper weekly, Read what they have never paid for, Read with pleasure and with profit, Read of church affairs and prospects, Read of news both home ...

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 November 1856

C ElE ELIIA A U EMUOCRAT, BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.--$8 PER YEAR. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1856. ' NO. 30. CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. JoPNa MoVKA, Clllton. CIIAs. McVVA, Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attorneys at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FERGUS KERNAN Attorney and Counsellor at LAW. CLINTON, LA. PRACTICES in the Paldahoe of East and Went Fellolana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, Atterney and Coaunellor at Law, CLINTON, L.A. W'ILL attend business in East and West Feliieana and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, Orpies: MAIN STRETr. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Atterntie and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. DUBIJTRI S entrunted to their care will Ie promlpt l ly attended to. iiKrKtusNK, ic.-Mesirs. Oakey & Hawkins: J. B, Ilyrnell' (o.: XNw Orlieans. a I IHAYNES & EI, IIS, Atternies and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAR. I. FI'Qt'A. J. C. Kitl.n t*R N. F'IJQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at 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. — 22 November 1856

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. CLINTON, LA. Saturday Morning, November ,18 AGENTS. The fellowitr named personuare our authorized agent to collect monies due to, and receive subscrip tLons tthe "Dounx T." ARqTUR MoKRNNA, JackLon, La. Dan. H. H. HAYNEB, P. M., Port Hudson. FPtomaa t ELorox.-From the returns received of the Presidential election in Florida, the majority for Buchanan will not be less than 1,500. Tun ESramx atL Cotr.zos.-The Presidential Eleo tors chosen on Tuesday, the 4th lost., will be called by the Governors of States to meet in each State aepital on the first Wednesday of December. and cast their vote, and choose a meesonger to carry it sealed to Washington. On the second Wednesday of Feb. ruary the returns will be counted by Congress and 4eclared I.usomS EaLnoUox.-The State Ldgislaturo stands as follows: Senate-18 Demoorats and 12 Republi cans, besides the Speaker, Lieut. Gov. Wood, who Is Republican. House-87 Democrats, 38 opposition ; the oppositlon consists of 83 Republica...

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 November 1856

LOUISIANA. Plaquemines,....... 248 205 282 228 St. Bernard,....... 192 128 149 188 Orleans-right bank, 161 194 147 224 " District No. 2, 747 1847 1081 1148 " " " 8. 808 1119 670 882 " " " 1. 1101 9188 1881 2077 " " " 4. 190 765 056 848 " Seventh ward, 129 484 650 888 Jefferson,......... 129 987 400 597 St. Charles, ........ 104 6' 59 60 St. John Baptist,... 21T 196 196 221 8t. James, ......... 179 880 161 814 Ascension,......... 479 270 411 288 Assumpfon, ....... 887 195 754 288 Latfourche,......... 758 800 660 416 Terrebone,........ 882 897 869 870 St. Mary,............. 874 449 820 437 St Martin,......... 428 541 802 494 Avoyelles.......... 584 8928 489 831 Catahoula.......... 448 411 854 877 Carroll,........... 441 288 876 261 Madison, .......... 210 229 147 216 Tensas............ 207 167 149 1209 Concordia,......... 186 155 655 145 St. Tammany,... . 227 804 147 883 St. Helena,........ 279 802 305 304 Livingston, ........ 891 231 868 274 Washingtonl,....... 804 142 294 186 East F...

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 November 1856

THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPOR't. YT oHAULSe MACA.AY Bear lightly on their foreheads, ,Timel .trew roses on their way, The young in heart, however old, That prise the present day, And, wiser than the pompous proud, Are wise enougb to play. I love to ee a man forget His blood is growing cold, And leap, or swim, or gather flowers, Oblivious of his gold, And mix with children nla their sports, Nor think that he is old. I love to see the man ofof care Take pleasure in a toy; I love to see him row or ride, And tread the grass with joy, Or hunt the fying cricket-ball As lusty as a boy. All sports that spare the humblest pain, That neither maim nor kill; That lead us to the quiet field, Or to the wholesome hill, Are duties which the pure of heart Religiously fulfil. Though some may laugh that full-grown men May frolic in the wood, Like children let adrift from school; Not mine the scornful mood; I honor Aumaw happiness, And deem it gratitude. And though perchance the Orickbter, Or Chinaman that fl...

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 November 1856

hUE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT, 1T G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGIITS. TERMS.-:$3 PER YEA R. VOL. I. O ION, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1856. NO. 31. CARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &o. Joau MuVxA, Cliltton. C~sa. McVYA Jasolon. JOHN & CIIARLES McViA, Attorneys at Law, CLINTON ds JACKSON. LA. YR. PERGU REaNAN Attorney and ounuellor at LAW. CLTNTON, LA. SItdAi.Q In the Psamlles of East and West - ldilana. a14 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and Counseller at Law, CLINTON, IA. W LL tattona bslanoes In East and West Fellelana TV and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, Orndt': MAIN STnWrT. CLINTON, LA. BOWMAN & DE LEE, Attorties and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. bUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt Sily attended to. Rurvaasorc.-Mesars. Oakey & Hawkins: J. Il, Dyrne A Co.; New Orleans. a 14 IAYNES & EILIS, Attorales and Counsellors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JAN. O. FPL'QUA. J. (. KILTlOt'IN. FUQUA & KILBOURN, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICE ...

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 November 1856

Me, and the courage to proclaim, that the, tfeation of a pofessedly sectional candidate by a Nsetional vote would uilsolv this Union. What shall we say of M*. Wise-active, bold, efficient and far.seeing as he has beent in all the late troubles arising fr m the combina. tin of Know Nothingism and .holition? We _ot leave him to the abuse of his enemied, ."o hate him most because he has done most to conquer them. When Know Nothingism was in the height of its glory and power, and seemed lnvincible; when many quailed and fal tered before it, Mr. Wise, as readily as Napo. leon, Invented a new system of tactics, and bore down all before him. He denounced, abused and lashed Sam round and round the So'd Commonwealth-whipped him and -tS other how to whip him. Union man, as Mr Wise has always been, his patriotism was put to the hardest test when be found it necessary to threaten a dissolution of the Union, in order to preserve it. Here agai he took the lead, and was more exposed to misconstruc...

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 November 1856

1e; $txjzxla ctmotrat. TILE PRESBYTERY OF LOUISIANA. The Presbytery of Louisiana, lmet nacording to adjournment, at Clinton, on Wlednesdny, the 19th inst., at 11 o'clook A. I., and was opened by a Sermon from Rev. A. llagamrnn, the last moderator. This Body is composed bf all the Ministers, and one Ruling Elder from each Church, with In the bounds of the Presbytery. The following members were in attendance, viz: Rev. C. Beach, Rev. A. IIfgmnan, Rev. J. M. Geary, Rev. H. Mosely, Rev. J. A. Smy lie; Ruling Elders, Mr. W. Sillillmn, W. ''. Robins, Mr. - Carouth, Mr. - llameron. J.J M. Glltlney, Esq(I., Pr. P. Plond. Rev. II. Mosely wils celected Modehrator, nll Rev. C. Beach, Clerk. The priinlipal In:i ness transacted was thile reception of the follow ing new members. Rev. S. McKinney, fr'om tlhe' 'r.shyte.ry of' Chiekasaw; Rev. II. Mc'Donilt, from tlhe l''re.-i bytery of Mississippli; Itt.v. AW. kt,'er, frotm the Presbytery of New Orleuns; R.ev. M'r. Kelley, from the Cuemllturlld Prie...

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 November 1856

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. THAT'S s0. The world gets wiser every day, That's so, that's so; A woman's bound to have her way, That's so, too. To contradict will raise a spree, That's so, that's so; But man with her should still agree, And that's so, too. She carries hoops beneath her skirts, That's so, that's so; They show her off when'ere she flirts, That's so, too. She wears her bonnets very small, That's so, that's so; And flounces if she's very tall, And that's so, too. THE BALLOT. It is a weapon surer yet And better than the bayonet, A weapon that comes down is still As snow-flakes full upon the sod But executes the freeman's will As lightning does the will of God. WOMAN. Proud man may climb ambition's height, And seek to win the mced of fume; Yes, he may feel his heart bent right When glory beams around his name; But not for these does woman seek, For humbler her ambition's shown, At home she reigns a sovereign meek A woman lives to love alone. Still in her daily duty moves, With thou...

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. — 6 December 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRA'T. BY G. W. REESE. TIIHE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGUTS. TERMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. II. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 6, 1856. NO. 32. CARDS. PROFESSLONAL, &c. )um M iVKA..('liutun.I CHAS~. 11ICVKe. JRackOon JOHIN & CIIARtLES McVEA, Attorneys at Law, CILINTrON & JACKSON. LA. WV. F1(tlt(IUS K1iRNAN, Attorney and Counsellor at LAW. CLINTON, L.A. PRlACTICES In thel r4 I'i h(s of E4Itt uail Wes44t .JAMMES B. SMITI[, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CI.ITOJ, I.A. WILtL, n dtout! Iaemnitui in Enst ndt! WeVod l?*viatnin kV and St. II."ltl ti i I i JOI-N M. RtO3IIEIt'S, Attorney at Law, O)FFICr.: MAIN SruM:M~r. CIANTON. L.A. - -13O\VMAN &·1, I)F LE, Attornios and Counsellors at Law, ('LINTIJN. I.A. t :s~l:~ etr Ited to thiii care %N ill h pr4444141 U"IAYNI$ & ELI,IS4, Atto vnios and Connsellors at Law, .4A'. ). FlItl'A . 1. (;. lll.I 4 . IJQUgUA & K 1 f4HOUJIX, Atturnies at Law, (I.INTt)N, A t. P Il.CTI~I2E in till courl44 of' EatIui'L 141x-...

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. — 6 December 1856

how 8tiAS TiUn SLAve Tianst-In 1eft6 the Holy Alliance took as they supposed, ocf fectual tatmns to put down the slave trade, Long subsequent thereto, France, England, and Ameries agreed by treaty, each to keep a fleet on the African coast to suppress it. Men engaged in it were treated as pirates and eapitally punished. It is high time for practi cal men to ascertain and calculate the conse quences of these great national efforts, aided, as they seemed to have been, by the public opinion of Christendom. If these measures have all proved abortive -it they have increased iustead of diminishing this trade-if they have rendered it not only larger in amount, but more cruel in Its prose cution-it is high time to desist from them- time to adopt new measures of suppression, if any more available can be devised-attempts will only increase and aggravate the evils which they propose to cure. The same humanity which dictated the attempts to put down the slave trade, will surely now step in 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. — 6 December 1856

b'e diciana temotrat. TERMS. SUBSORI1'TION.--TeaKh Dulolln per year. payable in advance. F.oUn, if inot paid within nix molnths. and FtvI if not paild before theIi clone of tih y .,. AD)V1RTIhING.---Advertisements insertld at line Dollar per M~lptre, of Ten lines, or l.ss, for the first insertion, and ilfty cents for each nllcsequent one. Proferioll tnal i tand ines Cards, not exeedilng six lines, for twelv.e months T Dl)ollars. Adverti.e ments not marked with to, iullulm,.r )[ Insertionis will be inserted until forbid. PONTRACTINi RIIATE. . Sm'ths.. 4 m. ln m. 9 m. 12 m. One Square, $5 $0i 50 $8 $12 $15 Two Sqlunre.. 8 10 12 10 20 Three Spluares, 10 13 16 20 25 Four Sluares. 12 10 20 25 80 ANNOUNCING Candidatcs for ofice, TxS DIloIWus payable In advancim. -Pllenon.r SAI0. --The priod at which the sale of the propu'rly appertaining to li saulcelisilon of Mrs. Louisa Worsnham. has beun advertised. is extl.nd-d to WednelIsday, January 7, 185. Set aldvertisement on this pag'. MUsTCAL C...

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. — 6 December 1856

FELICIANA DEMoCRAT. "THE LANDLADY'S DA1L'nOTe," from the Ger. lnan of Uhlaud, Is one of those strange and startling conceits which no other langunge at tempts: There caato three students over the Rhine D1)ane Werter's house they entered in; "Dame Werter, bast thou good boer and wine? And where's that lovely daughter of thine?" "My beer and my wineo are fresh and clear Mly daughter is lying cold on her bier." They stepped within the chamber of rest, Where shirined lay the maiden, in black robes dressedl. The first he drew from her face the vail; "Ai! wert then alive, thou maiden so pale," ]eI, said, as he gazed with saddened brow, "H1ow dearly would I love thee nowl" The second, he covered the face anew, And, weeping, lie turned aside from the view; "Alh me that thou liest on the cold bier, The one I have loved for so many a year!" The third once more uplifted the rail, ]Ie kissed the lips so d'ndly i,ae; "Thee loved I Prer, sill love I thee, And thee will I love through et.ernity." ...

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. — 13 December 1856

THE FELICIANA DEMOCR AT, BY G. W. REIESE. THE CONSITL' TION.-- TAT1 IIGHT, Tl .--- , 'I PER YEAR. VOL. 11. CLINTON. L. SATUR DAY IMORNING. DECEMBER 13, 1856. NO. ,33. : I ~ i l I Im i il .._ m .H .~ i .l mn sI mi . i . .l w m m. li CARDS. 'tPROF)IOSSIONAlA , &c. Ions McVcK. Clinton. unan. 11.V#A. ,Jacksoln. JOHN & CIIARLE McVEA, Attorneys at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. W. FFIIOUUS KEItNAN, Attorney and Counsellor at LAW. (I:,INTON, LA. P RACTICE0S In the 'arlsh,.s of' ri.st and W'Ist Feliclann. a 14 JAMES11 1. SM1T11, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I'.IN rN, IA. (TILL attend huslnles in Eiast and West Fcllicinla Sand St,. llnn.hu a I I JO 11 N M. Ito B3 itTr , Attorney at Law, OrFrse.: Mn.ts ntI.F:Er. (LINTON, LA. BOWM1AN & I)E LE. , Attornies and Counsellors at Law, CLI NTOIN, IA. USINi':.S entrni ted in th,.ir carell'! will he pIl',lpt B ly attendl-. to. RiivKIte c:res. --M1,,srs. Iaky & IIa tkiha : .I. II. B.rne &. Co.: New rI )ll,.au,. It I II.\YNIES . &...

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. — 13 December 1856

.31t"Frotn the 11lcytltne, an tltl admiitratiotn, nlld know nothing journal. we extract tIhe Iloting revliw of that porti.t of the 1PreCs.lnt's Messagne. which treats upon the greiat islsu that wai raised nto the la·t canvass. AIlluding to tilhe' reslt of the late Presih'l, n til elee('tton, the ]Exceutive tikes the position thatt it hine asserted the ('Collnstitutiotml ,quality of tie States, etch antt l ll, in s 'oI0m11ioleunts of S the Union; and that by it ti cotlll utry has ulphatieally cooidelt ed the ideat of orgatnix ing therein Imnre (gograitii Iartliies, aolt of tlurlhalling towardlt' eneil other the di ifl'rent tnorts of the country, North or 'South, East or 'est. So far is this has beenl neeomnllislted there St:n he nlo differencer f opinion in favor of this rtsult, amionig il friends and upholderrs of the L'tniin. T'lhe decided condemntion with which thll I'risitient speanks of I'sec'tionailismI, amli (spcillll 1 I of that whichh. is basd lluon the stl led' of sla. very...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
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