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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 18 July 1857

itnlimtrtmcn ts. 31Y'Wo nro anthorittd to nllllnonc o. 11 JoN()l:, Sa nndidhlatau for "ia solnt. ill the Stnto liL-htfiiIr, iildject to tlIe will of a Iin'irlty of thie vil.rs rf the' 'marlshi, onl tle First Monday in Nov'emlbe', r next." W.*Wo are niethorxi'cd to anlllnolr, e l( r.IO C. WIIT', as cainldinl, ti,; i'l-',lection to thke oulice br tln'ot tila ofll the 'lrlh of ' ,at st I'liciina. DEATHI OF 0 . ON. W. L. MAILCY. ThIo Albany Ai'gnsi ,iys: "(ov. Marcy was pendihng a few wccks ait lhlllltol, previous to |is depirlture with hIis funily for EIronpn. On Friday he, visitedl Allbanly, calling ol Mri . C(orni Itg and other frieiil, nd d nstopping at Tl'roy, to soo ia dniaughlter. Mrs. Mar'y was visit ing some friendls in tho West, previors to h(er uleparture; and other iiiemnlbrs of his f:loily \vWcre abscnt wilth theI like motive, inll hle wil topnparativcly alolne nt thi ie ortimeof his (ld'clnse,. 1[o was, however, in nlqirlitctly ecxellint healtlh and iuloyant spirits. It is...

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. — 18 July 1857

KANSAS. r Whether Kansas is to be admitted into the a Union as a slave or free State, is no longer the n iquestion; but the just principle of popular soy ereignty is still Involved. And it is highly e Important.-indeed, hidispensable to the securi- h ty of the South and the integrity of the Union d -that it shall be enforced and maintained. e The convention to assemble In September for c the formation of a Constitution, preparatory to c the application of Kansas for admission as a c State, will, we suppose, determine and declare r who may and who may not vote for the rejec tion or ratification of the Constitution. If, in I accordance with the mischievous suggestions f of Governor Walker, It should be submitted t to all the inhabitants who are in the territory a at the time the vote is to be taken, there will c be neither fairness nor justness nor legality in I the proceeding; and whether approving, ignor- c Ing or condemning slavery, if accepted under 1 such ircumstances, Congress s...

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. — 25 July 1857

THE IFELIUIAl A U1EltO IU AI' ,BY . W'E ASE. TIIE CONSTITUTION.-STATE I 0I11 'Ts. TE'lHIfS.--$3 PER YEAR. VOL III. CLINTON, L.. SATURDAY MORNING, .1 ULY 25, 1857. NO. 13. CARDS. PROPESSIONAL, &c. Jorni MIVfA.Clinton. ClrAs. MoVIA. Jackson. JOHN & CKIARLES McVEA, Attorneys at Law, CLIINTON & JACKSON. LA. W1. PIKtRfIU KKRNAN. PIIANK. iIARDKHTY. KERNAN & IIARDESTY, 4ttornaes and Counsellors at LAW. CLINTON LA. PRACTICI In the Parishes of East and iVnst Fe B elmns, a 14 JAMES 1. SMITH, Attl iey and Counsellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. WI ILL attend business In East and West Feliclnna V and ft. Helena. a 14 JOH1N M. 1lOlHt:IUTS, Attorney at Law, OPrru.: Math STrIRre. CLINTON, IA. IIAYNES & ELMSi, Attornies and Counselors at Law, CLINTON, l..\. .J A M. 4 , ' ri q l'A , , 4;. K I I l rI y, PUQUA & K ILIl)oURN, Attornios at Law, 'LINTON, 1,... P'RlACTI'HE In thil e ,curts o' East and .Vest I'elii Lt ana nd St. 1.lnl. a 14 JAMES WELSH, A'llr'OTINEY & C(iUNiE.dllIt AT 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. — 25 July 1857

4lWe are authorized to announce G. JI JONES, as a candidate for "a seat in the State Legislature, sudeet to the will of a majority of the voters of the Pariah, on the Fhirst Monday in November next." #*'We are authorized to announce JOIN C. WHITE, as a candidate for re-election to the office of Ruoonaus of the Parish of But Felicians. Swrial RtAi ts. NOTICE. A report his heen circulated, that there is to lie a Barbacue given at Chapman's SchoollHouse, on the 7th of August. I take this opportunity to correct the report. There will be no Barbacut. hut the pa trons of the Schbool will give a School Dinnor to the neighborbood and Mnvie guests. JNO. E. H. CHAPMAN. OFFATT'S LIFE PILLS & PH(ENIX BITTERS. It is a common thing for a person to say they don't feel well. have a slight oold in the head-" It is nothing"--but if not attended to. shaking fits then follow, then fever and ague, heart burn and flatulence of the stomach. For any of these symptoms. the Mof fktt Medicines will prove ...

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. — 25 July 1857

ta$78 Wamok, o at ta meeting of the f itls bi be called to take # tlauzust, A. D., 1857, for the the tarlons nominations made r and Senatorial Distrlct (Coven rto gil the nomination of the lion. vdson the 3rd Congressional Die hell on the 13th of Juno last. Swar reesoved that the committeeoo ret aturday of each month. Sa resolved that the proceedings of blidshod in the laton Rouge Advo 8Mlotaot, Phenix Ledger, and oth ratnpo aperin this Congreeional Distriot. herpon TIIOMAS 3ENNETT, Chairman, .L G, BCacxA;,'Seoretary. W Ba~31Yrr3I Cour,. as Exrcrnt-The Boston ript l ayuthat the graves of Hamuel Adams aud Jobn Hnncook, two or the signors of the Imecla allon of Indendeuce from IXasMahusetts, are in S l a Ground, in Boston, without man S. batm. What better could be expect o , with all the benefits which It hle t us, in the dust, in order to carry out its tanati aideas about slavery T-S8thio. A CARD. s" The Bayou Sara Ledger of the 1 th, devotes "rz a column to me and my position on the...

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. — 25 July 1857

POLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS, it ltstou, La., Mouday, July 13, 1857. This 1beng the day appointed for the meet ing of the Police Jury of the parish of East Felioiana, they were called together at 1to o'clock A. at The following encmnbers were present, viz: From ward No. 1, W. W. Mun son; ward No. 2, J. A. Norwood; ward No. 4, S, A. ADubose; ward No. 5, lRichard D)ruhr; ward No. 6, 0. O. Eddards; and ward No. 8, Wm. M. Jordan. There being a quorum pres oat, the meeting was called to order and pro. coed to business. Mr. Norwood offered the following, viz: Be it Resolved by the Police Jury of the parish of East Felieiann, La., at ant adjourned meeting held on the 13th of July, 1857, that the Prec'lnct in and for the second ward, he moved from the place it now ocunpies to the ouew school house near Josiah Knighton. On motion the above was adopted. Mr. Drehr presented the following which was likewise adopted, namely: Be it Resolved by the Polio at an adjourn. ed meeting held on this day, 183h...

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. — 1 August 1857

1lLICIANA DEMOCRA.. THEl CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$3 11ER YEAR. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1857. NO. 14. I WFtES*CIN4L, &o.-. O ANtt. MaYA, Jackuon. '.+ +++. .l 0msat Latw, SN a o 4 JACKSON. L. MA. TE V A~~N & 11AR'D'i~ Y, ,tOoaselloru at LA ' S t)LINTON LA. a.I te lshoustp East and ollt Fou a 14 t1 JAMES B. SMITH, Attorney and OnnIellor at Law, CLINTON, LA. tJLL attend hadnoess In East and West Fliolana T nd St. Holona, a 14 JUO I IOI, I+4lIt N, Attorney at Law, OrFsOn: MAIN STnEKT. rl1NT'ON, LA. ITAYNKS & ELLIS, Attornies and ~ounselors at Law, CLINTON, , IA. lAI. l. VLtt) rtA, J. t I. Kllh ll nIt .T. . IUQUA & 1 LV111o t I N, Atturuios at Law, .. Ill tA('I(.E In tIle co.url or :lat, and West FVicl- Ih Itana and St. liieonn. alt I a JAMES WELSH, ATTPORtN EY AC O1Nnll1Ant) ATI AW, II Notary P'ublic and Antlioneer, W I 1.L attend promptly to all ihuinicc entrusteil p toa htl,. care. I O.ICK One door wetI of the I'onlt ore. LAW PARtTNERSiII'. T...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 1 August 1857

ANNOUNCEMENTS. l.*We are authlorlacato announce G. II. JONES, us a candidate for " a seat in the State Legislature, saleK t to the will of a majority of the voters of the Par, on the First Monday in November next." '11V We are authorized to announce JOHN C. WHITE. t a candidate for re-loection to the oeiice of itaconnge of the Parish of East Foelolana. --=/PEOIAL NOTICES. MOFFATT'S LIFE 1'ILL S & P'If(ENIX BITTERS. .IDisorders of the respiratory organs are certain to follow a slight oold in the head, and if the body is predispoe.ed to costifveness. an attack of dlarrhcea way be expected, unless a few doses of the Moffltt Yoedoiae are administered. These valuablo vegeta %le preparations should he kept fresh in every faml ly. Forsale at the Drug Store of I. N. LEMON. NOTICE. A report has heen circulated, that there is tobe a Barhacuo given at Chapman's School iouse, on the 7th of August. I take this opportunity to correct the report. There will be no Bnrbacue. but the pa. trons of...

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. — 1 August 1857

ELi11 coloxe9 o A trtr-onnor-al eleCtiones nr1 he11 Mite6th hs fltows : (On the llct Monday, In Ala beam aind TexM, 'foi State oml eri nanl mlembers of drjiu.lePM Int Kentucky, fi nIetfbors of Congress; Ir Mitsourl, for d.dverllor nll .Judge or the nlprenmo Court ; In Iowa, for the now Conltitution and cotnty bleers. On the frat Tlhulrsday, in Tennesrse, for Governor and members of (nllgress. On the second 'Thursday, in North Carouna, for moember of Con gros. If Al'Parson Kalloch, after his affair with one "lady in black," draws such audincesl at the Boston churches, how attractive Brigham Young would be with his entire seraglio; A S.UrntHaw T. Acr ASOCIeTY.---We learn from the Vlkolaurg t~ldf, that the look and Tract Society of the Mlsisluppi Conference of tlie ?t. AE. Church han been chartered with a nplial of twenty-five thousand dollars, about one-half of which tnm is already sub scribed. The object of nle Slciety is to purchnso and sell and distri'hte. grati'tOllnly. moral land...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 1 August 1857

Ifrom the Wmhblngtnn Union. INTEIRESTAG A;ND IMI'OJITANT IN TEILIGJENO.C(.--'ItOCEEDI NGS F0 TU INATIONAL I)MOCIRATIC CON. VEiNTION OF KANSAS. We give below a sketch of the proceedings of the into democratic convention held at Le compton, Kansas, as furnished by a correspon dent of the St. Louis Repuldican. While northiern and southern sectionalists unite in their denunciations of Governor Walker in terms of unmeasured abuse, and are leaving no opportunity unembraced and no means unem ployed to mould the institutions of Kansas, not according to the wishes of the people of the Territory, but in accordance with their own selfish views and prejudices, it is indeed a source of the deepest gratification to know that the great principle of popular sovereignty IS at last to be vindicated and maintained in spite of the studied screams of fanaticism or the w.ore courtly opposition of the undisguised etqmles of the Union and the constitution. It is clear to our mind that the convention which ...

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. — 8 August 1857

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT, BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$3 PLR YEAR VOL. III. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, UGUST 8, 1867. NO. 15. CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c. Jull, McVnA, Clinton. COnAt. McV ., Jackson JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attorneys at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. Wx. FYBIas a5xAIN AIt.. IIARDIUTY KERNAN & IIARDESTY, Attornies and Counsellors at LAW. CLINTON LA. PRACOrIOt In the Parishes of East and iWest Foe ,1 lIclana, a 14 JAMES i). SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CLIMNTON, LA. l[aIL attend bItsiness in East and WYest Feliciano and St.lHelena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, Orrcmn: MAIN STRTIKT. CLINTON, LA. ITAYNElS & ES1,5 Attornies and Counselors at Law, CINTON, LA. JAR. 41. Fl'QUtA. J. (;. KIl.dIt II.. FUQUA & KTLTIOUR]N, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. DRACTICE in the courts of East and WVest Felicl Lana and St. lhhelna. a 1.I JAMES WELSH, ATTORNEY & C)UNIHI.I,I( t AT TAW, Notary Public and Auctioneer, CLINTO'I'...

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 August 1857

ANNOUNCEM ENTS. ,frlWe are nulhorised to announce G. Ii. JONES, as a candidate for " a seat in the State, Legislature. subject to the will of a majority of the voters of the Parish, on the First Monday Ia November next." We are nuthorired to announce JOHN C. WIIITE, as a candidate for re.election to the office of Ricownra of tie 1'arlsh of East Feliciana. SPECIAL NOTICES. _ The steamer Della Donna. Capt. McCnmb,, will treusue he trips between New Orleans and Fort Adams. on Saturday, the 15th Inst. MOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS & PII(ENIX BITTEIS. The Importance of keeping the digestive and respratory organs in good health In this country, can not be too often urged upon the unncclihnated. The diseases which travellers and settlers are subject to are Forers, loss of appetite, Dyspepsia, Eyresipalas. Nightmare, Plourisy, and llrnchlitls. For all these disorders the Moffat Life Pills and l'ienix Bitters have been found a sovereign remedy, and will Invig. orate and strengthen the system. 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. — 8 August 1857

W e ' 449****ir **morrtv To Oin:. A. (. CAITm.an, Sir: At the reIluest of yoiwielf and otlier valuned frieond, I conceive ii to uo lly ilily, Ino litat the faete in regard to the action of theo I:.'t Ieliciniln Delegation. In thn Congrsiitnni Con ventlin of the Third Diotrict, which anS'ihbleld in lButon RItoge on the 15th of Julo nast. The delogaten present on flint oconaion worn four teen in nioihir, vi. : (on. . A. G.Carter. .1tinthel,r,. .1. D. Rowley. Calipt. I. ('ohh, (Capt. J. I itrhour, II. (Cheok, A. Ilanezirlrl, . II. liiynls, Ii. W, lIene, I). linrlleld, G. W. Catlitt, J. I. Covert, Irvin lBrown, anod I I1. I iylit. 4 Before going into collvenltion Iho dilegates hioel It prelhilminary n:ltting in the Jiuilelary conlltltleu rittinll of the Hltonue of IRepres(nLntative'. iffore goinilg info the ronlo it was unllor.tnll mollg otstlllvl s that we were equally divided heltwen Col. llavidson uitl ri[J. 1lerrnno. lpon the vote hei.g tLaken heivwer, eight voteld for Col. i)avitll...

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 August 1857

Irt Idliina )nmorat. BABIE BELL. The Poem of a Littkl Life that was but ltrce Aprils long. BY THONASI AILEY ALDRITCB. Have you beard the poet tell How came the dainty Bable Bell, Into this world of ours ? The Gates of Heaven were left ajar! With folded hands and dreamy eyes. Wandering out of Paradise, She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the purpled depths of even - It's bridges running to and fro,! O'er which the white winged Angels go, Bearing the holy dead of Heaven! She touched a bridge of flowers-those feet So light they did not bend the bells Of the celeetial asphodelel They fell like dew upon the flowers! And all the air grew strangely sweet! And thus came dainty Bell, Into this world of ours! If. She came and brought delicious May! The swallows built beneath the eaves; Like sunlight In and out the leaves, The robins went the livelong day, The illy swung its noiseless bell, And o'er the porch, the trembling vine Seemed bursting with its veins of winel Oh, Earth was full ...

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 August 1857

THE FELICIANA DEMIOCRA'IT. .. . . t,, .. .. - , - "---- '-- -- .- , -- - - . .. .... . BT G. W. REESE. THlE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGIITS. TERMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. II, CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1857. NO. 16. CARDS. PROP RSSIONAL, &e. Jouw xMEV'a, Clinton, CIiAN. MUVHA, J&Wcklol. JOfIH A CttAUL): R McVEA, Attorneys at Law, 'C~LNTON & JACKSON. . kWx. r411JU KknNA( VRANK.1i tItIn TY. YER1t ATk ' IIAUISTY, AttomIae and Counseliors at LAW. CLANTON, LA. PRAOmTO1: In 'the rnrlns1o of East and West Feo tiaans. a 14 JAMES B. SSM ITHI, Attorasy and Counsellor at Law, ClINxTON, L.A. W LT. ta'tlenf hflhoni In fLast and Wct't F llelana mn At. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. RO1I3R'TS, Attorney at Law, Ovvlcc: tMAIN SmErn'. CLINTON, LA. IIAYNES & EI:ITI, . httornleu and Counselors at Law, ('LINTIIN, I.A. *AR. 0. YI'QIA. .t. (1. 101111tilli:N. FUQU A te KI 11 )U JN, Attornios at Law, CLINTON, 1 LA. IIn use enrts Of' I:Etst ruuinl V'utr Itelici tana ad SI. it.Ieiun. a I I JAMES W...

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 August 1857

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo are authorised to annqune G. II. JONE., as a candidate for " a seat Ip the State Legislature, saiJecot to the will of a majority of the voters of the Parish, on the First Monday in November next." A We are authorieed to announce JOHN C. WHITE, as candidate for re-electron to the oflice of Racoaosa of the Parish of Jst Feliciana. SEPCIAL NOTICES. _ The steamer Bella Donna. Capt. McComb, wt resume her trips between New Orleans and Fort Adams, on Saturday, the 15th Inst. UOFFATT'S FPE PILLS & PH(ENIX BITTERS. SIt oftena bamens that when a man has behcn Psf frta under a v6lent bilious fever, that on recovery to will be adlioted with an acute nervous sensation, ee of appetite, tremulosness in the extremities, and rad p aton of the heart. The cause is the want rfput.Ifeation of the system, and a resort to Mofatt's Lif Medlelnewill afford relief to the patient sooner than ary other known remedy. For sle at the Drug Store of I. N. LEMON. NEW AND VALUABLE WORKS. B.BITON...

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 August 1857

demooraoy have reprobated It, and have asked for his recall. It is rumored that the administration will not only refhse Lrecall Gov. Walker, but will sustain hbtpildy. oe oannot belloeve it. Dut if it does, "to your teats, 0 Israel" will ring like a war-cry fnctl one cad of the South to the other, and the ad. minlttatilon will forfeit all hold upon the South. This, as we oonceive it, is the position of the souimbn democracy. They exhibit to day a sublime spealble before the world. A party in the firstflush of a glorious vcltory, and before the spoils are dil trtlbteudipt ready and prepared to break with the chief of their choice, if the alternative Is forced upton them, and peril all for their principles. We learn that the opposition chucnkle over the anticlpat ed schism in the democratic party. Let them laugh on. The people obe South are with the democra cy, and will stand In this great emergency. Naw Corrow- Birak Dle qf the Reson.-Tho Galveston Civilian, of the 8th Inst., says: W...

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 August 1857

GOOD HEART AND WILLING HAND. BY OCHARIDS MACKAY. In storm or shine, two friends of mine Go forth to work or play, And when they visit poor men's homes, • shey bless them by the way. 'T1 willing hand! 'tis cheerful heart! The two best frends I know; Around the heart come Joy and mirth, Where'er their faces glow. 0 e shlae -'ti bright come dark-'tis light I om ld-'tis warm ere long! Sb ovilyt all the hammer strokel Merrily sound the song! Who falls may stand, if good right hand Is first, not second best; Who wepm may sing, if kindly heart Has lodging in his breast. The humblest board has dainties poured, When they sit down to dine; The biead they eat, is honey sweet, The water good as wine, They fill the purse with honest gold, They lead no creature wrong; Bo-merrily fall the hammer stroke! .errily sound the song! Without these twain the poor complain Of evils hard to bear, But with them poverty grows rich, And finds a loaf to spare! Their looks are fire-their words inspire Their deed...

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 August 1857

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. TIlE CONSTITUTION.--STATE IIGHSII. TERMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. III. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MO-R.NING, AUGUST 22, 1857. NO. 17. QARDS. PROFESSIONAL, &c. Joux MOVIA, Clinton. OnAs. McVcA. Jackson. JOHN & CHARLES McVEA, Attorneys at Law, CLINTON & JACKSON. LA. WM. FUROUUI KERNAl. PrtANK. IIARIISTY. KERNAN & HARDESTY, Attornies and Counsellors at LAW. CLINTON, L.A. PRACTICE In the Parishes of Last and Wet Fe. liolana. a 14 JAMES B. SMITH, " Attorney and Counsellor at Law, C|lINTON, IA. ITILL attend business in East and West FelicIana IV and St. Helena. a 14 JOHN M. ROBERTS, Attorney at Law, OPFric: MAIN STu.ET. CLINTON, L.A. HAYNES & ELLS, Attornies and Counselors at Law, CLINTON, LA. JA, . 4). I'qI'A. J. ". K1I. ,I SN. FUQUA & KILIBOURN, Attornies at Law, CLINTON, LA. PRACTICE hi the courts of lEn+t land West l',lici aIna and St. lllenll. i 14 JAMES WELSH, ATTORNEY & COUNSIELIOR AT LAW, Notary Public and Auctioneer, CI I, ...

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 August 1857

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. Official Journal of the Parish of East Fellelana. CLINTON, LA. Saturday Morning, August 22, 1857, TERM S. BUH8CRIPTION.-Tnnse Dnor. Lns per year. paylale In advance. Frs, if not paid wllhin six months, and Frtv, ifnot paid before the cloe of the yler. ADV1ERTlS.,N.-Advertifements in[ert dl at One Dollar per Square. of Ten lines. or .'.. for ithe first lnsertion, and Fifty cents for each subsequlent one. Proftulonal and business Cards, not exceeding six lines, for twelve months. Teai Dollurs. Advertise. meats not marked with the nnmn,el ,f insertions. will be inserted until forbid. OONTrACl.TNO IATEK.. 3 m'ths. 4 m. 6 in. I m. 12 nl. ( equaro, $65 Sra $ A $12 n15 arema. 8 10 12 it 20 aresn, 10 1:3 1I 20 25 Pour Sqnares, 12 16 20 5. 30 PATnrI m.anctxtls.-Thirty dollars per half column. year, and none of greater length Inserted. ANNOUNCING Candidates for offce: T:E I)ollaas. payable in advaneo. AGENTS. The following named persons are our nutlirlzrd agents to collect...

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