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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 15 January 1859

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. .BY G. W. WREESE. TIIIH CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. IV. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15. 1859. NO. 36. mmnmn mnlu- - mu u m mm a• | nm mm| 8UIICRI.PTION,-Tunm Di)orI,.Ann por year. paynhl, ji advance. Focau If not paid withlin six monthe antd Ftv, if not paid ,before the close of the year. ADVERTISING.-Advertisemeents insorted at ()it( Dollar per 8lquar, of 10 lin~e, or less. for the firsl lIaertion, and Fifly cents for eactih lullhequent one, Fractions coiuntedl as rul.l. Squarea. PorlOlVlslUniA aind llrsXKunS Cards, not exceeding six lina, for twelve months. TKN Dollars. Advertise. mente not marked with the nullmuer i insertlions, will be inserted until forbid. P.ra.tr Mlm.an.w.-Thirty dollars per half column, per year, and none or greater length inserted. AxeOUnOe.xo CAmnIIIATrns rol ()Vris :--Tae IDol.r.Ann, payable in advance. CAI1st on persons to become candidates will be Insert ed as advertisements, to be paid for 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. — 15 January 1859

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. Olidal Journal of the Parish of East Fcllclana. G. W. REESE, EDIonR. OFFICE,--OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. CLINTON, ILA. Saturday Morning, January 15, t88. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. We are authorized to aenounce Hon. CYRU1 RATLIFF. for the office of Associate Juatice of th( Supreme Court, for the Third District-subject to thb decision of a Democratic Convention. M We are authorized to announce lion. U. l. PHILLIPS, as a candidate for Assooate Justice of the Supreme Court for this District, subject to the -decision of a Democratic Convention. ý We are authorized to announce Hon. JOIN Meo VA, as a eandidate for the oice of Asoolate Justice for the Third Judicial District of Iloulbdana esilject to the decision of a Demooration Convention. p' We are authorized to announce Hon. JOHN 3. KING, as an independent eandidiate for the offce .of Assoolat Justice of the Supreme Court, for the Third Judicial District. Election: the first Monday In April.. to lP' We are now in the mid...

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 January 1859

CORP'ORATION P1ROC:EEDINUS. Clinton, La., Jan. 13, 2850. Board met: Present : II. II. (hlue. Mayor; G. W Munday, W. P. Kornan, and 1). C. Ilardee. Absent: Bythell laynes andl J. (. KIIbourne. James Pratt being present tendered his roesination of his contract to keep the streets and bridges in Ulinton In repair, which was acnceptedu, and thu bond or said Pratt, an street contractor, ordered to be can celled. Said resignation to date from Jano. 12, 1859, and warrants to Ibe ssued to James Pratt for his services up to that time. The street commissioners were instructed to con tract with some suitable person to keep thI streets and bridges within the corporation in good order and report at next meeting. Lumber bill of Bowman & OIlutt, for $13 10 np 'paoved. Printer'sbill of (G. W. Reese, npprovecd for the sum of $40. II. CIIA. (TASE, alnyor. '). B. 8Sx.onn.S:cretary. Tima Moxnoa DocTrnSi .-A late National 'Intelligoncer has a long anl ialiorate history of the Monroe Doctrine, conclu...

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 January 1859

STANZAS. Do you remember the long ago, Bre our henrtn knew aught of woe, When our loves did ebb and flow, Like the tide of memory. Do you remember the forest pine, And the sunsets golden shrine, Where I elasped your hand in mino, And vowed my love eternally. Do you remember sweet blooming June, When every eve beneath the moon, We wandered, wandered, to part too soon, Those joys ended prematurely. Do you remember bow then we two, Were only children and we knew, Nanght of the world of bits so true, There's only left the memory. Yes, that dear time, long, long, hath down, You are another's once my own, And I am left alone, alone, And hope hath fled eternally. THE VOICELESS. We count the broken lyres that rest Where the sweet walling singers slumber Bad'er their silent sister's breast The wild flowers who will stoop to number? A lb can touch the magic string And noisy fame Is proud to win them l Alas for those that never sing, Bat die with all their musel in them! ay geleovo not for 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. — 22 January 1859

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESEI. TIHE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS, TFRMS.--$3 PER YEAR. VOL. IV. CLINTON, L,. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1859. NO. 37. 1T !,1 it i S. S~ll1etlllrPTION.,-Tl, tNt Iim.t.A.t per year. plnyanIle In alvance. FtlaIr, if nt puih within six Imouths, and Fl'v, if not liml blifore thlle close of the year. AliVERTITtIN(I . Advertlsemienlts insertid at ()loie Dollar per Stquare, of it lines, or liis, for the first inslrtion, alnd Flrly cnts for linch stihuitjllllline. Ai Practions counted . rlt.l. lt'lqlnrCIs. l'hiiUiMinluNAt. anild lit'-Iis. 1 '4ards, lt exceeding'l six liners. for twelve imonths. rTN IPolliirs. Advel'rtise nilnts int neIIrkel with lth .nnumler .f iisllrtllns, l will be inserted unlil irhid. .II'i NT .Mluisl ;i . Thirty doull rs per Ihalf ci, umn, " 1' Ier year, and none of gruIl ter length inserted. A\NoinIt'\II ('l4t Itirtnt.s r ull InFIvi4e: T'eN I)ol.ile.i, In I payable i dll lulnce. All on lerllns to become candidates will lle ins...

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 January 1859

LO],o I ANA LEG ILsAT'R I'. tlAres lit i. i. .n 17. l. I'rr',c linl. f rl th e ,ite, rl'le enaite lmet to-day ill at 11 o'clock, lad a' aguii.,ed by thle aplpohluneat tol' W. J. ('rillin as P'reld?,llt pro-( tourn. The (,overnor'e nltenge wan reeolved 1nd reald. ilr. lyntnt olll'red It ressolll l .io allinig ulpol thi, State Treanlter tl r,'ilnrt the innlll s. nid tllhe Intt1ll,,r lof wirlntills h, his Itisll d toll ptay. wtit hi, I ri'alil sol tfr ittch refuslal. tT'1he tr obstion t a' U opted. Stee to ilve.tigate the esltlle f tlhu public ALlditulr nl.o unl t. 'The ol-io'l wa loht. A renolittlot wilns otfired to appointt eolnlmittllo to examinelo I11nt the llcollllnts of the' 14wmp t'll 'ollloi.e ionters, and sho to appoht int a lnstlittie to make an upllportiolllentlt of their preseitatiol. The re.lutil tn was ndopte'd. Mr. Withers presented a hill proilding fitr thll paly ment of sainrieh from the r continCliillt illld: thllee ex Lpenll nlmolttnting to tl7itoo, 'The hill piied. ...

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 January 1859

V1!A.--IK lNflluhl.iIAt'rt'e ~hie4 ~1.li.i,Inn.. Il7,---The'. I ptn. drati Ic em~~t4Fl held n cahI4'n1 0 lol.aturda~y lejoin liii' tUbjeit oJro thE, el .4tie of the IvInro1 f Cuba, 4'54'Ii9teMntnue d $hik'In tevot'ed th 114ltikItiof, 1t1i1 wlre or ftle op111 101 (huint Iltltie'diatej oitlu ,11 Iu M atoter Wl' llA impo4litic, Mr. I~lgInylghii i'(11e'iit'ki'ej 111n1 ' it, pIt hfnen heilel'noln'. Were' gl~oomy as to tl. lI4('44 teipr tie'' 1 e'1'gIi l nl-glia~int, ut.nnl'ithntlllldiug, he \\Iton lll tullurl' ?er. 1111glnI 1IX1er.'a'4s' It 1114 t'll·lleI' 'Iii' that Ih'f P heheiet WVei1 1i not act OiiI4I, t A ' 1114111, 14141 'thoeeeg)het it lint tel (('lilt nl4t4I tiieee ltie hllilack l l'It'j4.) 'clte(* neclg'uredieI, theIt SIf ' lith' Ielleleld an)d nil'l't'ei .1'r ntell'or I1tI1 'd11 '4 1 111e Si'4hieh'lt ll l'ttl lt' h4e 4l; 1ni11. MI'544e'J. To'eeeele. I 44111, 111:1-I' l- ll0 1 lliy rii'eorl'e in 'i(l'flni44 fll-g fund Ilrt 1) iI44'I by3 Mr4'. I'inv., 41414 I14.1'. Itu tile) etlI...

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 January 1859

A MOTHER'S KISS. A child whoseo Infancy was joy, A little boy of nobla uilen, Now tossing gaily many a toy, Now romping through the garden green Ills1 parent's blue-eyed little pet, lie tripped one morn, anud down lie fell; Ills mother cried, " Come, Willie. let Me kiss the spot and make it well." A mother's kisshath power to cure i lier love is thnal for every wound Hler gentle smile, her words so pure Can heal the bruise and make us sound; And if there come a bruised heart, And litterttears arise and swell, A mother,s love still soothes the smart- A mother's kiss will make it well. What matter if the world forget To praise us for the good we do, Or. If it never pays the debt Which to our truthfulness Is due! A atomrnII's sympathy Is ours Wherever on the earth we dwell; Though gone forever childhood's hours, The mother's kiss will make us well! My molher's hair Is gray, and mine Is slightly touched with silver streaks; I am a fIll grown man-but Time IIas deeply marked my mother'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. — 29 January 1859

THE FELICIA.NA DEMOCRAT_ BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. IV. C LINTON. . SATURDAY MORNING, A _.-85. NO. 38. VOL. IV. CLINTON. L.,. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1859. NO. 8. n- . 2 .mw nn m nun T IE R M s. IUIISORIP'TON.-.-Tlinrn l)O,,t ans per year. payable in advance. Foru, if not paid within six months. and Fivn, If not paid before the closo of the year. ADVERtTIIN(G. -Advertisements inserted at ()On D)ollar per Sqlarl, of 10 lines, or less,. for the first insertion, and Fiftly CenO ine each ubmsequent one. Fractions coonlld as F'iI.,. Squares. PItoripeasloNA, aId IIirHsl.: (nlrds, int exceeding six lInes, for twelve monthsn. Tl, lollars. Advertise. nienta not nmarked with the number jf innertions, will be inserted untitil forbid. 'AThN'r MKiaI'INKs. -'Thirty dollars per half column, per year, and none of greater leigtlh Inserted. A.'NouNlexo i ANDIIIATKH FoeI OFFIc: -TNa Du.lI.Ana, payable In advance. CAI.,t on persons to become candidate...

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 January 1859

ELECTION OF SENATOR. Tnr DE.OCUnATt CArvus,-Tho Joint caucus of the Democrats of the two Ilonmes of :he Iegislature met in the Senate Chamber on Saturday last, for the pur pose of nominating a candidate fgr the United States Senate. The candidates bIallot'ed for were Messrs. Benjamln, Sandidge. I'nrham and Gray, The num ber of votes in caucun that day was (;8. of #hich 24 were for Benjamin. 23 for Sandidge, 21 for Gray and Parhamgalternately. The session. with the intermis sion of a short recess. lasted until late in the night, wheC finding that no result could be arrived at. the caucus adjourned until Monday morning 10 o'clock. It assembled according to adjournment. and con. tinned in session until 4 P. M., and ngain adjourned to 6 o'clock without making a nomination. Mr. Ben !amnin received an accession of two members to his vote on Monday, which gave him 26, the other vote remaining as before; until the last ballot before ad journment, when Benjamin stock let down and the vote 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. — 29 January 1859

_ _ e ,ticiana enom rat. SPECIAL NOTICES., 1AIfl O L DI)'S GENUINE PREIPARATION 11 Cures Gravel, Bladder, Dropsy, Kidney affections. HtELMDOLD' (Genuine Preparation for Nervous a1 nd Debilitated Sullferrs. .EIMJOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Loss of Power, tLos of Memory. .iLMIIOI)'S (enuine P'rparation, for Dimcoulty of L ireathlng, General Weakness. IE.iLM IOi' s '(1enuinoe l'reparatiun for l-orror of SDeath, WVeak Nerves, Tremblidng. TIlbIMl)LD, Genuine Preparation for cold Feet, 1 Nilght weas, Dimness of Vision. TEI,M.ll)LD'S Genuine Preparation for Languor, . Uuniversal Lassitude of thie Muscular System. HELMflOLDS Genuine Preparation for Pallid countenance and Eruptions. 13EMI BOLD' Genuine Preparation for Pains in . the flack. Headache, lSi.k stomnch. ~ en advertisement Ihaded Helmbold's Genuine Preparation, n another column. Tuhes: ll i.rln-.v ris rAYTIr.--)tn the afternoon of Dee. 22d, four nrmed individuals landed on the bench. and, entering Onnalvee, galloped at once to La...

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 January 1859

) fc ci iann ,cntca . " I AM NOT OLD." I am not old--thllogh years have east Their shallows onl miy daysr I am not old though youth Ihas passed On rapid winfs ilway : For in my heart a fnntllillIn flows, And round it pleansant thoughts repose. And sympIathis and ieelings high Sprillng like stars on evenlllngs s ky. I anm not old---Time many have oet Ills sigllgnet on Ily brow. And some faint furrows there have met, Which Care aIlly teepeln now : Yet Love, fond love' a chnpilt weaves Of fres v"lonn bull and velrdlant leaves, mnd still in flur'y. I can twine l'houghts sweet as flowers that once were mine. I am not old--the snowy li11ge TI'hat's fallen on liy hir', What is it LuIt lil iver frinlg That Illkes t1Ihe headtl Imore fair? Sld conlltrast, lllny he. o tlhe 1brownl Which used to dick lIny early crown; Ilt, let the senile tkens~ sitay, No impulse of my soul is gray. I am not old -though I must leave This earth, and hie at rIcst Soon, very soon : I will but grieve For those ,ihol...

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. — 5 February 1859

THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. REESE. TIHE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TFRMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. IV. CLINTON, LI,. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1859. NO. 39. - ---- RVT13$( RtTtOO, I'itttlt I)I't.t.'n4 her yrnr. IayIt M 8 In nadvance. jb.l'g if nIt PaiIhl wivthin si !i montlM. and Ftvr, if not paid before tihi clone n1' ilii yeari'. AI)VEIITISIN(l. -Advclrlir'mentc inse'rted ait ()fitt Dollar plir squamrm. of' Itt linii, or less. for Il( Blot i Inrsertion, and t' ifty cciti furtah I t lii 'lli'ill t II Practlonc counted ns ;t'i'.m. SMqnnrec. V'ROPKMIECosAI. antd Il:tt;,IEi (!grilst, not i'ei'xi"lmg mix Alnes, for twelve mounth tc ry.% i1oeimrs, A*dvertie mento not marked witha tllii mIlllleti ir ioll('tiloll, will be inserted uItl tforiid. 1I'ATatT lIiKntIl) c4. -ThIirty dgllirts per hlII' columtn. per year, and Role or nrtater hIi'mgt io uIgnerted. Amxctuxogtl CA't'l'irTIM 'gill It llrI'' 1'e~ iolomj,.tmm,, payable in niha'tnce'. CAl.Iul n mo pureilu to hecomn'n caunirluiten w ll...

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. — 5 February 1859

FELICIANA DEMOCRAT. slal Journal of the Parish of East Feliclana. '0. W. REE SE, EDITOR. 'OFFICE,-OPPOSITE TIlE POST OFFICE. CLINTON, LA. -Saturday Morning, February 5 1589. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE I)OR AssOUIATM JUvTIl,.-nI,'UlRtM Ot 'ItT. .ALBERT VOORI HIES. ELECTION: MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1850. p` We call the attention of parties interested, to the notice in our advertising columns, of the liquida tor of the Clinton & Port ulldson Banking Company. relative to the payment of the ten per cent upon the land mortgages, as the period allowed by the Act of March, 1858, will cpilre on the 15th of March, 1850. Turn GeATR Rrc1mnac.-From the pltblshers. Oak asmith & Co., New York, we have receivedl the Febrn ary number ot this new Illustrated monthly. The ScOontents are as excellent as they are varied, and this Magasine, both in its literary articles and artistic * embellishments, will well bear comparison, with any of the monthlies. The premium subscription price is four dollars, which enti...

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. — 5 February 1859

ý c_ clicinait ttmotrat, SPEIY AL NOT] (1*'tS4. R K lr M (10 L I)'H (fl NUINKG I'lI I'AHA''IuN (lure. Gravel, lltndd'r, liropoy, Kidney rrmiactiono. HELMniJ h'.H ('uallini I'rrrraratloga ror Nervous sand I)ubllltatrali Hrfi'rea,. HR EIMIOLD'H (Joauiro P'reparation for Lode of PoI'wer. Loss of Memory. E~:.LM Hf I 1H G, nut. irr Imnat it, fot H~imcrltly of 11 Ir'lfatllatg, Graeeal We'itk ress. SrELMuIfi)LIt't H(1t ttno l'rrerrralrn n for Horror of CL Uralh, WeUk NrrveC, Trnemling. HKLM1)0l:r ; nrinc l'reppnrtlion for Languor, IGnlniveal rLaaiUtle of tier Mncuscular Svut,.m. HELMlu )Ll t' (lrnnlanr Prepatrationa fur I'allid .[ oaneuitrewe renda Erupt~ions. 'tIJILMflnLir'H G2eoeein l'rpsetrainn foar Paeins in Lth l~ack. londehe', Mie1k st~i meh~. ,9411 S~ee ad r-rrfIaetnn~e h fo'edfu Heimbold's Genuine Preparation, to anothetmr cltirnit. CONG I(ESSIONA L. 'AV*rllnor,, JTan. 31. -The Iloslte report of the Committee on VForeign Affairs. ulpon tile n lerqllpitlon of Cuba an propornd by Mr....

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. — 5 February 1859

SPEECH OF THE VICE PRESIDENT. 0F [coxec.nrmDn FROM InRsT rans i IlI mountains, and the original thirteen States, w forming bitt the eastern malrgin on the mllanp of an war vast possession. See blesidcs, ch'istiinity, ii civilization, and the arts given to a continent el -the despised cololies grown into i power of p the first class, representing and protecting ideals ri that involve the progress of the lumaln race-- i a commerce greater thnn that of any other na11 h tion-every variety of climate, soil, and pro. li *luction to lallke a people powerful and luppy -free Interchanlge between the States-ill nt word, behold present grantness, anll in the fit ( tare al ellmpire to which the nuncienlt mistress of I the world in the heighth of her glory could not a be compnred. Such is our country; ny, anlld more, for more thnn my mind could conceive, a ,or my tongne couhl utter. Is there an Amer. It lean who regrets the past? Is there one whoe 'will deride his country's laws, lwrvert her Con...

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. — 12 February 1859

Ti1E FELICIANA DEMOCIAT, BY G. W. RIES. THIE CONSTITUTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TFRMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. IV. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1859. NO. 40. tll' I,,I . ,. . . . . . ._ . . .mmn m....... . . ..... . ... mum m u u m I nn m ln in nuum • m I_ T S M 8 SI I)Itir'iI 'TfrON. --TlIInn:t UunLt1w jwr l'ar, y IeIIayiIdc Ill nduvaIIICI. Ihorn;, If n11~i t~l. I I t Id iii1 mix IIIIII11iIIM. andt FI'va. If Bnll p~idl hit'or itill clIE inm oliii yI'nr. ADIVEIRTISIN(. AIYI'rll'lentl't Inlst'le'IId at On,, I ulinr Icer tlt B"l', olf 10 lI 1ms, or Inuusa. for tlls IltMI IB(ell ' tt, ni H l CWill lill y e1-f l 'm l ll. 1 f1lllmtlll l l'll I, 11nut*:M nnl htllsl'kl'l \and I I))')IIII t'11 nut 'xtilediig mix Blnes. nurllll'iu v ltov tnit Lull ItulIhtlua Af vllrtisnau. mentm not warkrd tv. 'llil 'he ounlorr I jir insertionsin w'r Vu'tti' m l lutil r' i iu't 1't i Axxul'x'i\rll 'lt\tlllrrlu 4 1IIIt I ICItI K: 1: T :s ol.llII..uttl, ili l iie inl cIIIt Ill'. *t ll hut' ldi, utw i.lllt'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. — 12 February 1859

THE TA RIFF CAUOCUS. WimutxoTo, Feb, 2.-A caucus of Democratic mtem bars of the House who are opposed to a protective tariff was held last night, Mr.John Cochrane, of New 01 York,- and Mr. Cavanaugh, of Minnesota, acting as Secretaries. Ahont fifty members were present, prin cipaly from the South. Of the North, two were from New York, two from Min., one from Ohio, and five trom In. Mr. Milsen, of Va., said he was unwilling to be _ Bound b the actioe of the eaueus. The House was the proper place for actle. lie offered a series of wesolutions declarlng it . hte inexpedient to disturb the 'resent 4arif a agalast protection or specfloe duties. Mr. Phdlps, of Me., was opposed to specifio duties and protection in any form, but was in favor of a .modification of the tariff-re revenue purposes to meet 'the demands ofthe.tresary. lie remarked that there should be a retrenchmeneof expenditures. Ml. Vallandingham, efOblo, had been nominated for Secretary. but Addilaed, saying that the call 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. — 12 February 1859

1Ic elitiarta timott rat. HSPE CIAL NOTICE1:S. H[ I.M II (oI 1) '9 G(INUIN I'l tEI'AItAT'I)N (Curire Gravel, Bhltletr, I)rop*<y, Kidnecy nlthct- iow. ilE "MIOL()LI. ( Genuincel i'reparatioln for Ner,'Vous and tUblitnuItl ultca fercrs. [IIL,%IIIOI.I)8 (1, h Geni I'. Preparation for Loan of i I'ower, l.nsoel Memory. lIIMItIII )'Gentine lrhI'i ralihon, for Dilleculty of H Ilraething, Generacl WVeklle. L[Ia:LMtlIl tffi' Genuine ,P'reparaltioln ler Iorrior of 1 Denth, WVek Nerves, T'remblineg. H :1.11lItlt'S Oetnice Plreparation le r sold Feet. Night swenll, )imnlnepe of Vlision. IHE:lMIl.iJr Genulne I'reparntlene flor" lee.cer, 4 ;,univereal lacsitue oef tlhe Mnmceer y-I:.em. 1"itIlot.(IV.9'( ts clin Ie Prpcrntion for Pallid i cL eOInIIenace anold I1rllptionsle. KIM Il ilalI'S flienieii In'rpiratteen lftr Peaies in . the Itck. ItIle'dche., Siclk tstenlech. ' ,Jeeo ailhsertieeen.t heaned,.l Iehlmbold's Genuine Preparation, Sag ll)erIler COtllllll . DEMOCRATIC FIItMNlcIS. The present i...

Publication Title: Feliciana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 12 February 1859

S te feticin !tmorrat. THE LI ITT AT HOME. The light at home ! how bright it beams When evening shades around as fall ; And from the lattice far It gleams, To love, and rest, and comlort all ; When wearied with the toils of day, And strife for glory, gold or fame, now sweet to seek the quiet way, Where loving lip will lisp our name Around the light at home 1 When through the dark and stormy night, The wayward wanderer homeward llcs, flow cheering is that twinkling light, Which through the forest gloom he sples! It Is the light of home. lie feels That loving hearts will greet him there ; Atndsafely through hsll Iosom steals The joy and love that baniahed are Around the light at home ! The light at home I how still and sweet It peeps from yonder cottage door The weary laborer to greet When the rough toils of day are o'er ! Sad is the soul that does not know The blessings that the, beams ilmpart, The cheerful hopes and joys that Ilow, And lightenup the heaviest heart Around the light a...

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