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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 3 April 1858

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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 April 1858

EXTRACT FROM A SI'EECII Dlellvered In the lloui-e of lieprelclntltvei., hy the lion. Ell S. Shoriter. of Alanbam, on tlhe nltndindt of Kanen . as n 1tate., unid ,r tlhe L,'ollllonu ('in etitution. I say it was never ilthe intention of the North to give the South a fair i'halline, to make Kansas a slne. Sltut. They organized' imni grant aid societies iinlediately after the hill was passed, and empticd their surplus vagrant population into the Territory to "shriek" and vote for free soil. Look to the appointment of the several Governors for that Territory. I shall not attempt to screen thie party with which I usually co-operate, for I do not coni sider it to be entirely blameless in thii nintter. So far nas the National Democratic party is concerned, I will support it when I think it is right, and oppose it when wrong. I fear ni tiler the frowns, nor court the favors of the Ad ministration, thounh I contrihuted, to the hest of my humble ability, to swell the majority which was given t...

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 April 1858

THE FELICIANA DBEMO A'T, BY (G. W {. lsTIll C(ONSITI T (ION.--STATI RIGHIITS. TEIRMS.-- $3 PERI YEAR. VOL. III. CLINTON, L,,. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1858. NO. 48. JOUN & (UliA ItI4I~l MleV I',, A'lltºlLNl:Y. Al' LAW. .JAltKtll% &. ('ldvri'N, lIan. 1 I[ARtI)Is'r & KI:INAN. ATTOIINKYI AND 'ti El hl:tLIAltiL Alt''L~ IicannaI. I I.t Nllsl' li. ATTOIlNIX ANI) 'I li NI1IA Il AT LAW, P~cand I.I."1"n lpY iilt:( lliutilun ti. 1:1 - J( ( IN M. Ito tIN , It' AT0'tT(IIINY .VI LAW. hIAYNI., & I'II4IJ'. ATTI uIECY AND I~tCl ,IN llui4C AT' lAt\\' ('tl.l'r lN. It. 1 JAM. II. l I(A. .t. .. kit t.llt' P V Q IT A & K 11, Iº O UI, N All" lilNi: AT lAW. F IRM "'I('- in Ill.,rn i t'" if ' 'I'llan 1 l i;;I:. LAYf n' V P IUINt'. I,. i AI'T f l ' I- Ai)(l ): T .\\..1 11. I i 1ti'lll''. . \i' ll -itt. ; I . , all I t i n i t XII IrnpolrLrF and I)n';itir:t in 1-Tareiware. G: l L. hip int.. .~1~1 11\. 1'.111 rt I. . · 1 II++ .t 1 I1; I1J:/I) I S lA I' I' I I I I '. T it 1.1: iuudtt +il...

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 April 1858

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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 April 1858

Hfialll (.AIIaI.INAt ('IIa I.a;aaI. lia111: I'aallIlfy il' V a l p' (iarollan C(lliga, Iaalay iaei.'aal- Ill allw: n" II o - in ar f allagaa ( Il -e.Ci 4 aal 'I'lhal ,I it . ia g lay aa e r' :litl vI o l 111(1 reeaatiaaaaa~tadalll~ I ala? Iae nllllaaa::ma'l ait a'aIIl;aI. 1'jaai the aroIf' rIit'" grlialt lta Iae a ;Iaal midacil t lion rooami, till! Iaia'ivcen ual'1a' I'o ad Iar'1id, talia,' aijalali (le r le Ilta 'o h 'I' ghia privaa'aate,- I 1:! 't llviaj uIn r aidl rafehitaattaa clii i-a'~ , %% ll ta I ' 'ryt- riaalal u. ' luau*jlida the orderui; butt tli'',' raai'a: un1tsa Ilaa phaailaa at's aaa'a~ raefised ita ala aut. 1Vl''ai 'ailed Ia1'iaa' iii.! latilly. they, with oluch amaaiaaaiaaaily. i'aulaaal i11 a :.aai\aa'a' ia' ajua'wlinatl. 'Tlhe t:facually IIIk . a.+ a l uau it"' aar ( I'~'i. oat naataaliat' net 2tl Ciaaptaati I ratt l liatia i' a atv ri'a'i ' ".sa' i t a' la'jv''la hail; ho wlouldao ait la'rlalia dala. ~Ia..a i.ll aswl rI iaraange frraaai o tia d ofa'a Ita iut;;a,....

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 April 1858

REMARKS or -ru, Iox. JOHN SLIIELL, OF LOUISIANA, On the Bill to amlit KansIa into the Union a. an Slatb: delivered during the night session, Monday, March 1I, 1858. Mr. Slidell said : The protraeted debate on this exciting question is nIow drawing to a close, and I hope we shall very soon come to the final' vote. The discussion lhas been so generally participated in by Senators every point, mon terlal or immateriail, hns beeni so thoroughuly in vestigated, that were 1 disposed to offer an elaborate argument, I coull lnot hope to say anything that has not been altichipated by those with whom I concur, if not in all their premises, at least in the conclusions at which they arrive. But I owe it to myself, if not to the State which sent me here, to give, as I shall do very briefly, the reasons that will con trol my vote. I shall enter into ilo details, if for no other motive, because I have not the presumption to suppose that at this late hour 1 could coummand the attention of a wearied...

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. — 17 April 1858

THIE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G(. W. REESIS. T1E CONSTIT:TION.--STATEI RIGTIS. TEIMS.--$3 PER YEAR. VOL. III. CLINTON, L,. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1858. NO. 49. rruurr rrr rmmmru Ir- In mm mmm m mwJN mlm m mmmmmm u mummmm ml -- .mmmmmm llmm mmmmammUm lmImq mmu mmm mmmm CARDS. Pi'IUP'I';SSONA1 L, &t'. JOHN ltuVI:A.(;lluln, (nt. iVstl.r, n JOHTN & ('I[A1UiEM MeiVI'VA, ATTtºRNt"l-'M AT7 l.A.\ . J~t1rio N & I CI.INr'. I.[. 1 ~rhXK. IIARflKMTY. t. Ittinlit tLN.AN. HARDE.TY TY & KI11NAN, ATTOIINKYl' AND (olND NMI-yit.tl iM. A*'T f..%, P tACTICIii in iLth rirhsji 1 tir t "Ltll Vs I' IC liclana IlIiiN. I. ATTORNE~Y AND CttU1N-Ili~l.tlt Al' 'i.111. ATTORINE-Y AT' LAW. OVWrt( : Maint'- I' . (Titit, la. HIAYX I' &- ILif1Kl. A'l'TOº1iNiYS .%\I) 1tt iIN4i-1l.t)It Al 'i- rW. JAS. 0. "1-Q It4 . ". . r:. <IIi FUQUA\ & K 1I.I1OI' ItN. A"it tIINEYM' At LA..~ rl "ila tt t. II.1 i nita. ))I :LrIlld.il ' II ]i . ?I· iil (. a . 1.! 1 1·: ATTORNIlX ANtD t- tti Al 1.',W. Nit ()...

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 April 1858

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. Ocllal Journal of the Parish of East Fellelana. OFFICE,-OPPOSITE THIE POST OFFICE. CLINTON, LA. Saturday Morning, April 17, 1858. J` The lion. Miles Taylor IIhas nu l ith:ks for ecogressional speeches. ,r` The lion. J. P. llenjamin ies kindly furnished ts with coples of his late speech in the seonaot. l The District Court has boen blusily engaged during the present week. Among thie eriminal canes tried, were the following : The State vs. E:ijah Hopgood. Found guilty of ran assault with intent to kill, less than maylhem: sen. tensced to six months imprisonmegt in the parlsh jail. l0dollare fine, and the costs of court. The State vs. Bernard M14.es, The State vs. I. N. Ilrlant, The State vs. Levi Star, The State vs. Evans White. The above parties were Indicted for selling liquor without a corporation license, and were each and sev erally found guilty. There were several orerseers of ro.,n tried for not keeping In good order the road. withlin their districts. They w...

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 April 1858

1dhclician a menotrat. LATER FROM CALIFOlYNIA. By the arrival of the rtleamhilp Empllire City, we have San Francisco papers to tho 221 of March, being 1lxteen days linter than wt' pIrelt'iiouly hail. 'iThe new from Cnlifornia Is ilterstling, Ibu not palt liarilfrly important. The Alta Callrnllia furni'shcls ia tnnmary from which we Inil.e all that i,, of i:tt.rent here, am follows : The senate has pnised the rIeolliion, ntdltlptd by the Amwenbly, in favur o r of alnlitting K aia ulnder the .ecomnpoll (conlisllltlliit. The uenate has rejecled a bill to providue lr callingi a constitutional coinventlonl. The Assemlbly hua lpae'd It hill to provide for f,"llt Ing the floating debt of Sant Franllcisco. The supreme court hai i'reillnurd at long opiilu in the case of FBoggs re. The Merced lining compalny. deciding thIt the( owner of land under grant from Mexico has no tltlI' to the gold nilnes, alnd that he cannot eject pe rsoins 'mploy'd l i iihing. A letter from the Nonto fl, t l it'eer...

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 April 1858

tie felitiatt eM crtiatt t. re TWIIAGIIT. T nITZ on K .IS At A1.LECK. There is an evening twilight in the heart. at When ts wild pnssion waves are lulled to rest, And the eye sees liit''s fairy scenes depart, As fades the ltny.beam in the rosy west. 'Tis with a-nameless r.eeling of regret t We gaoe upon them as they mIlt away, 7 And fondly would we bid them to linger yet. But hope is round us with her angel lay, flailing afar some happier moonlight hour; Dear are her whispers still, though lost their power. t In youth, her cheek was crimson'd with her glow Her smile was loveliest then: her matihl-song Was heaven's own music, and the note of woeu Gas all unherd her sunny bowers among. Life's little world of bliss was nearly horn ; I We knew not, card not, it wan born to die ; Flushed with the cool breeze and the dews of morn, With dancing heart we gazed oni the pure sky. , And mocked the passing cloud tlhat dinun'd its dlue. t Like our own sorrows then -as Ieotietg and as few. r I An...

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 April 1858

THE FELICIAlNA DIEMOCURAT. G. W. 1V. ll. T'II, Cpl'Il ONSTIT'"TION,-STATE RIGHTS, ( TERMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. III. CLINTON, L,. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1858. NO. 50. ii f ft 4 ..... ... I I . I II' Y/ * -- ... 1 JOHN *ICVF:,t,('Iint11. ("nI1W. dir.VFEI. dnckronll JOIHN & CiIA1UtFh'l MeVEA, "º' A'TTOIRNI':y AT LA.\1\". JA(!UONY & tIJ LNTON, I%. 1-. F'11.1K. IlhIl NTYl. wit. F'F:IMI'M it MIN n., Ja 'IARDESTY & KII NAN, ATTOINIMY$ AND (:331N.9Li;WtA$j1 AT i.'. ". i 3lA.U''WI1 inu 3WPrishiu ofl Ela't lldl WI3.l 3'. - P Iliclnna. (7I.l?~rf33N1.I - -JA M II. SMITH, .ATTORNEY ANI) (l'OtITS I,IL ALT ,AW. TILL a ttend bInrlelvw I) If+ i Eas t tut u 11'e~t i'iica i 1111 R/1Lnd tit. Il liitsii. 1 Ii (OFnlEk: ClllnlI t. La3. 'I' A'ITTUIINI'' AT LAW. 3li f'vICF:: Maei htcS r ,'' (CIil l.33f. Ii. IIAVNYi t :" 1,LIAS,~ A'11111N1'XS .ANI) l'lIt'Naal'hºI~t.S AlT 'LAW. JAM. 11. F'I'4Ij.3. .1 . t:. J31.I t It.s FUQl QIT A & K It 1 URtN. IltA('TII'I1 Iii t1," 3333333 l'3 I'.it and331...

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. — 24 April 1858

SOUTHIERN COMMERCIAL CONVEN TION. This body will meet on the 10th day of May next, at Montgomery, Alabama. J. 1). B. Do Bow, President of the Conven tion, ildicates the following among the lead ing topics for discussion, and Invites delegates to come prepared to deliberate and report up on them, and to suggest appropriate action 1. The question of master and slave, involv ing the physical and religious improvement of the slave; the subject of slave laws and police; the reclamation of slave property taken away by fraud or force, and the modes of retaliatory legislation. 2. The question of the supply of labor at the South in its relation to the production and con. aumption of southern commodities; to the free blacks; to the African fleet and the action of England and France in the introduction of coo lies and African apprentices. 8. The effect of the tariff, banking, bounty, and navigation system upon the South, and the reciprocal interests of the planter and mer chant. 4. The develop...

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 April 1858

L, cr4lit ntt l ll ctv 4** TIBIIJUTE OF RUSP'l;l" I' II. K it K W. r' .I:. Of lEast Fe'liicianle, de'cei :i. Resolulionqffthe lAmereict, l/iet ,, ;e,,. Irij', ri,,..S. ., Resolved, that whlveni' it hlts Ipl:niedl A\lnilly God to remove Ironm Inilcongl.s lbvy nti"ItIh, IiV11I it K~nt WlVrrl ?,lisM, of T,n., can nOliilng I'nimh, lI' (I Io t\,nir'l loan Whig Society, liherfnre i I it ru-, vid, lthal, we have hoard with tm l'l i ign ,l re'i ol' Iir' i, d, ', ,e l' eII esteomed fellow tnorih .1, ci hl whill e ' Ie' tcn rn oevcr the early depl.ctiirl f flo ' cl i tit ih i ,'r 1' h ,I i h,' loved by all who knew hhim. niI wh p,,e rmie II' I Ieefllfnin in life wns so glenl. yleI wi wl ll Ii\ow i:i humble ubllmlis~le nto thee 1 will of' (io d hwl in : a doinl . cannot but fuel thllt our lli In his elc rni Itwii : c,,li.u fident a w11e are, thiat ht hi ell chnnilllltlc d tII 'l and trials of thi werhl for the lllinw li iie l icl bli.. ful presence orf his tellhr l atill Iitcelleieier. oesolve...

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. — 24 April 1858

&Be f idiatta gleantatrat. From Porter's Splrit of the Times. MELANCHOLY END OF A DONKEY, OR, A TALE OF AN ASS. PART t.-NTROnrCTORY AND DESCRIPTIVE. Mr. Jonrr Fox was not only a "citizen of credit and renown," but a judicious breedler of stock; yet, as accidents will happen, even in the best regulated families, he found hiumself, at one time, possessed of a rery smnall jac-klis ; a regular towte.had-the most useless pieic of property that can possibly adorn a farnmer's grounds. Mr. Fox's resources were great; but this particular animal hnafled them; he had hitherto, found it impossible to dispose of hhimn, either for " love or money " As the last re sort, lie resolved to bet him on thie election. So, watching his opportunity, and catching Major'Jones, eketor for the State at lnrge, in a good way, one day, he " bet his Jack against $500 that Buchanan did'it get Teninmsseo."- Buchann did get Tennessee, and Major Jones got the Jack. The Major lived in town; and in dueo course of ti...

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 May 1858

THE 'ELIC IANA DEMOCRA T. BY G. W. REESHI THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. III. CLINTON. LA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1858. NO. 51. CARIDS. P H) I" I':SS1ON AlA, R('. 'JuuvCl r. ,Iiit o. Cu'. Mr'I:, J astin JOHN &z (IlA11,1,~ MclVU ;A, ATTORIINEYS AT LAW. JAcitto N ( .t; LINOrN. 1mi. 1 IIAltl)i*S'I'Y & z IK ItNAN, ATTORNEiY$ . :%N1I C0,1:u NS,Ll1' 11) AT r.M. IfRACTICE III ihe Pslrilbi· of Eller atllt iW' I'- -U lictnnn. f's.ri,!r. IA ATTORNEY ANDI CO(IUN9EII1. \It AT LAW. '1'WILL, attend buIni+ a,s it tii-t null West I'd iciuinui '11W I l St. Ifelletet. Ovnr i. Clinton. 1 ii. "1 J 0 II M 11. ito B F 1tT,'IS ATTORNEY AT LAW. Olrraev.: Aain Street, (Ilinto. Lit. I IIAYNIKS & EfL4,IS. ATT~iNIIIYS AND) COUNSEt.L1I( 1 AT LA.Ai Ci.itiiNro. 1.A. I Jt ri. 0. FI'QtA ..I. f 4 1"t FIJQUA R K I [It' I RN, ATTOJIINE:Y9) .T 1..1w P lLC'Il(E III th il o tsi Lii i at Liii ii 1V t Fliti ' Anti aid it. Iileliti. O, rrcc, Cl inton. I.a. I1 ltT iailRni Ni v,.trii-tc...

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. — 1 May 1858

COnGRBssBINAL. WAmshsovox, April 20, 1858. Sirsat.-Mr. Houston spoke in favor of his bill for estending a protectorate over Mexico. After pointing out the dlifirence between the northern and southrn bounding States of the Union, he went on to define hi plan and show the bonefits that would accrue both to the Union and Mexico. The protecto rate must be self-supportlag, the protected paying the eSpease, which she could do by assigning her re venue for ten years. Our Gulf squadron is sufficient to protect her coml. meree, sad five thousand reliable troopsjudiciously posted would preserve Internal order. Mr. Houston explained the circumstances under whloq MNAco funded her debt of $55,000,000, which Is mostly owing to British creditors. All that Great Britain can reasonably expect, in the event of the proposed protectorate, is that we shall see that the portion ofthe customs set apart towards the pay meat of the debt and dividends sl faithfully appro prialed to said purpose. Mr. Houston ...

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 May 1858

S jeltdan U mocrat. "WHEREl ARID WE ?" "teuder this captiont we see an artiMi, of sig. ulsa. t import, from a "State lights \Amer. Iqai" published in the Patriot, which uonfolls and exhibits to the public mind, to ia consider able extent, the position of a respectable por. leti of "the late American party" and wichlt we hbll as Indicating the proper lspirit, at t1l right time. 1e says : "There are some of the Americnn party who evi.e" rattled purpose, to Ill no wine uslst in the I.ettlllntl of the aimucs between the North and the SouthlI. upon the Constitutional oblligltlhin of thle i'rlr inillI tI,! rights of the litter ! A ,.llen h , i ii inti h te llUltrali. ly it their deelared purpose. ' The I)nlll.el'ti parly,' ,ay they, ' have for years ulstl ichiveil ni th inr Ipar'ty triumphs tpon these issues Illthy declttlr'd tlh ii'slv' e the guardians of the Constillutiontl riplhts .'r Iiih South -they called Iupon ien' of all plllies. In Inh South, to stand lt them as thii only nalliti...

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. — 1 May 1858

tie feitinza genwttrat. TO TIHE PEOBLE OF THE SOUTHERN AND SOUTHWESTERN STATES. At the meeting of the Southern Convention in Knoxville, the undersigned were appointed a committee to address you, in antieipa tion of the Convention which is to be held in Mont. gomery, in the State of Alabama, on the 10th day of Maiy next. The object of the address, as we understand it, is to remind you of the approaching session ',f the Convention, and to urge you to appoint delegates to it; and we proceed now to per form that duty. The motives wnilch prompted the organiza tion of a Southern Commercial Convention, was the desire to ascertain the causes of the decline of the foreign commerce of the South erm States, and to devise some plan for tts re vival and restoration. The pieople of the soil thern states saw and felt the anomanlous fact, that the country which produces three-fifths in value of the exports of the nation, had not only lost its commercial sulpremacy but had be come commercially, a de...

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 May 1858

E FELICIANA DIEMOCRAT. STill' (O.TI TION .-STATE I IIT. RTEIRIS.--$3 PER YEAR ''` CLINTON, L,,. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1858. NO. 52. ION A t,, CRB x V,:%I:vtljI &(v. . I A .X.JiAT t.A\V. V Me V FI, Jlc~osL ~~IS()S;: 'I' LA JACKS4ON A' CI INrIN, Lit. 1 FRANK. IIAKI)NlE Y. IV'. I I"llttI'i kI:IiN. 1IARDE 4TY º( Ki EI{NAN, ATTORNINVt ,NlJ ('(,l;NýllIl.(ºl.- .\1' LAW. InAt'he '1u1rw I l: ixl'. I (I t t o ii il tWt-t I+i' VTand tit. M-tl-11'. OFIVUl : Cinti, l.nt . I JOHN M. 'RohI*:RI'M, ATIT(ºt~lNE AlT l1..1. Civt ru'i, Lt. JAS. (I. VI QI A. ..k i t.i" F11QU.º R 1: II;(il'llN, .1T'IT IIII NK ' AT I \W. PITAC1'ltlI i n I1 ~n . I' a Li In \V-l I'.Ii 1 P atia nil ll l.:t. . lTT)IINEY) \NtI Iii t'i .'1\. Nit Oflice, CI.iVri'. L. I . LAW r. PA lfl'Ni- EI[ IlI'. T111: tin ' 1rwl ii'. lth ' li i triI tt Fi. InOll tu~r fth"rl L""..+~lat i . n* 'ti. lt ' I\I+. M1,E)IC(.\I, 1..',i N' I':: Ii ' l 'NIl' 'lit, I' ,i ' I, , l[ t.' ii'' I I S ring th , ab; ,, ,.r n ' ', ' I • , I lh , :l .ti d ,...

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 May 1858

DEMOCRATIC STATEI RIGHTS M 1 ETIN G. In view of th$ present and prospectiver mtenacing at titude or the government towards the institution of'ela very In the south, resulting from public fiell ing and ti'll timet, in the Free Stales. against this instltution. and which now most seriously and injtlrionly ethetse, it it does not entirely subvert. the contltitutional action of the Federal Govertnment in all its connections with this to us, most vital queltion. we. the ndllerliihtned. would respectfully call a pnhlic nmeting of thi' tatte Illghlts Democracy of Enast Felicia.li. for the purpo.e of ta king such action and recommnending such coutlre. ill view of the alarming dangers that are hastelinIg upon .ae, as may be. after outuanl consullation, thought advisable. The Meeting will he held itn Clinton, on WEI)NES DAY, May 26. 1858. G. W. .Munday. ~hIward ilony, WV. Fernlte Kernan, Ilaac N. lemon, G. W. Reese. R. S. 1\nughllltn. A.. J Goinig, W. W. tuuon, L. F. Whitt. G. . ('atIet, Rich...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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