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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 30 April 1859
T'11HE F ELICIANA DEMOCRAT. BY G. W. 1RES:I,. TlHE CONST'ITTION.-STATE RIGHTS. TPRMS.-$3 PER YEAR. VOL. IV. CLINTON, L.,. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 30. 1859. NO. 51. T IC UM S. )I'ItiS('If11"Irf i. 'Iiffui-: ni~ffl,~lt~fl:l I lfr. flfI'fil'l !n l ff11 . f I* J'fff'ff it' f1.1 ff1111 tIf fiii 'I'i fffffItff iifiil I'I1'"I:, 1 111ff 1fifI lffff11 ff' iei l fiP ti ri1' ofI I' I' AI)ºIC11'I(SI;f . *dI%.g'fli'Pfl'lff'ut in-fl'f.'fld 1111 (DllatI ri pif' S ~ '.'ff 1f . I If li11ff' orf l'"+'~. fill, 1' " Ill' iII. !ffM.'Ilifnf, nfil Iif'f fffff I.r 0-11-1if nh vt u u ii 1.11.f~fI' Frtlctinlln 4,nwlttll It II.III C~(I Syr:, e%. For a lIfili;.' In'I'iffIi lIhIIfn fIfIf ffffftlff, iii' ff1 , 'eqilract Ifntgl'M 1111i In - ItII, ff1 :11 :. In . 1 if) lin'inor De +,...$ , 011 S $ Ill ) P ' 21 12 fi M ll 1 z, (if) 2ff iii Scolumnar 2% 17 :.n 2.*: fi :;ii n I'nrll"'i 1r, .iu ,1L lul I'l -1..º (1 1' '11I: 11111 I",'.'..I n 1 : I. 11 Iili.i:..ior fIelf'. ffiff "h= 'Ii.'. 1),111.1r . \f11.1 I (J tn.'n...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 30 April 1859
nnouuctntt tts. FOR THE STATE LEGISLATURE. -F , ^ ' are authorised to announce Dr. ROBERT F. KENNEDY. as a candidate for Representative to the State Legislature, subject to a Democratic nomil nation. .ar \te are nauthorized to announce J. WARREN TAYLOR, ns a candidate for re*election as Represen. tative to the State Legislature, subject to a Demo. eratic nominatioun. ..* We are authorized to announce BYTHELL HAYNES. ns a candidate for re-electio as Represen. tative to the State Legislature, subject to a Democrat. ic nomination. - W are authorized to announce WM. FERGUS KEIRNAN, as a onndidate for Representative to the State Legislature. rubject to a Democratic nomination. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. .. We are authoried to announeon B. E. CIIA" NEY. as a candidate for Dasratrc Arroaxsr, for the Seventh Judicial Dsltrict, subject to the decision of a Democratlc nominating convention, should the party hold one for that purpose; otherwise, subect to the decision of the people at the ballot b...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 30 April 1859
SPECIAL NOTICIES, Woodman's Cherry Expectorant. This remarkable remedy will ble flnedl It cecrtail cure for Coaghs. Cold., Intlueniin, Croup, lilrouchin Affectlons, Consumption in all its etague, anld inI eve ry disease or the Lunge. This remedely ls an Anodyne Expeectlorant. Soollthin arid IelauCole Io Its natullre, ainld 'igllly pcw,,erriII it seearchlng to the very r.ot or dlscse. Fy its mlil ini eradloating action on all internal eed Puilmonry af fectionl, renlderling a cure an alholute cerltinty ; anl now frequently prescribed by emintent medical emn,.i in preferentce, to thes rdinary medici ies ll tIhe Unlttrel State. I'llhrlnllcolewie, for suclll ffectionll as tih litl lowing letters nlnply demolltrate: New Ohrleane, April 9. Ir55. )ear Sir.-The public generally are fullly laware ,Ie the thoueaillad of reieldieas for disellcaed hiilgs, unlld.er titles of SHer.nplaril ill, P'laueters. lilnlmenil. tac., that are daily broulght to thelr lntic. Ie hrollh theIle newspaperM Iby way...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 30 April 1859
'Ge clicia n n emotrxt. THE ECHO PRISONERS. The Circuit Court of the United States crn vened at ele,'en o'clock, Thursday. when tlaes Grand TJurors were in attendaunce, and the full number of twenty.three were sworn in. His honor Judge Wayne charged, them at length, andt more especially upon the Oat of May, 1820,making twelve o'clock. The wit. nesses in the Echio cams were called, and after some time spent in deliheration, two bills of indictment were fogind, one'nagainst the sixteen prisoners now in jail, and the other against the one sent to Africa on board of the Ningara This finding of the Grand Jnry will raise the question of availability in the law in a case as marked and decided as could well orenr; and that our renders may have o clear concep tion of the matter, we will give a brief state. ment of the facts of the case and the proceed. lnao. The facts and circumstances of the arrest will be more fally seen from a brief abstrnetof the testimony of Lieut. Chan. C. Carpenter, w...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 7 May 1859
THE FELICIANA DE MOCRAT, BY G.. W. RIIEES. TII;E (,ONST1ITIUTON.--STATIE RTIITIS. TrRMS.--$3 PER YEAR. VOL. IV. CLINTON, L,,. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 7, 1859. NO. 52. mm• • im mmm mmm• um lillmmawum~ ~ m lmium ,mm =m n m m m m m m 1 mamm m m a mmm mm.mmmmm m imm .Mm m , mmmmmmIamlm mm mm m S1'~n(I~ 1I If\,T nla Iin~up'}rt'lf M tl. Ine n'Iiia ' I''? i I. P ts il' t Ib ll s.l2 t h ill -IV. 1114111ie sttti I"V: . irf at t ill to ddle relqr tIe. el ' 1Ie el III. AIt lI;It'I'SIN ('(. Adhc-lrliccue.'uel+ i l rtc-c- lee eti fI l I.)lldtcr per' ýIntt'lcec. il' 11) lieeeu. Ili Ie'. leer the. tle-I Imtiltti01e, mieel Iil'i ('1 1 g il l c I're I eltewvce l'ele t .ee Iiea4ctjoee1i e ceelil ti t. -et.I. !-2eleeere.. Iefr it LIull;.'r ce'ricll lees tituettIs., tIet . - ('' O rcelele '3loetract chaergee11 will Icc! 114 I' llr~eu-u :t IutI,. 6 1014. 12" nr C,0 e pp :1 1e it Ii loll 12Pf '' ll I"t fe 1 11 2 1e) Oi rel prlE* llen 1.1r Ie.' 17 roll ; I l lI ill IPl I'tlecI . :"tes%.I1. a dl IliP 'tet lu...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 7 May 1859
1- - CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT. We nr' tauthnrFI'd o i, ce 1VT!.I.TA\I Ificli ARUDSN. ,,s a candidiate frr Cle'rk ofr theI s,., t JI . tiolal DIltrict Court, P'urish or f at FdlicIanu, pot, )cot to a Demnoritke nomlination. 0 FOR S1II'IIlV F. We are nuthorized to nnnounre Ii. M. G. fIIlOWN as a candidate for the oflice of l: ul.lur of this lutielh subject to a nomininttot. FOR TIlE STATE I.EOISLATUItE, 7*,6 We nre anuthorized to n nnunce Dr. 1ifmlIiT B. KENNEI)Y. us a caellnedeate for lRe.lr ttIenit atie I the State Legislature, subject to a Democratic nlo1 nation. DO WIVe are anthorized to announce J. WAR\IEN TAYLOR. as a candidate tor re-el.eclton S Ill,preu's" tative to the Statel Legslature, sulj,,ct to a Il ton Oratic nomination. ..rP We are authorized to announce IlYTIIIE:I. IIAYNES., as it eandidat thr reelectl ont atltpi e, tative to the State Legislature. slbject to a Demuocrat io nomination. *xF We are authorized ton nnounce WM.. FEI:EI t' KERNAN, as it candidate ftor lt...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 7 May 1859
RPEC IAT, NOC'J'Ic1,:. • - - · -- ........ .. . Woodman's Cherry Expootorant. ThS~ relmanrkslhi, re~mediv will Ii.' April !t .f'' culre for (Conglh,,,. I.,hlh , Itofhiontx,1. 4'm tilp, lsah', nIhm Tlicn , Sir onli t m ,ittfl llitiin ilt ift iti1. -, Iiiit il e'(i rly dislea, or tho I.i111j., TI ,,i rt mdy tt Iitf Afr ttii v rlly 1 ffrtl'.l'(l t .R 1 o i.,t i'hf1 1 S.- li prlnhnic i'n ii t IItnf1'. t Itlu .t i ntti t lly Itiwi rf',1 in fWt'llrhlV tt , ii ft t h f r',y r l f llit r ,. ,,. i v itii l ilt Itn ora~dicalhtin ntl'ion on atll inltr'ni tl ioI ',llnl in r afiP |.idii(+t ltlll lII111'11'[I. 011 II' 1111 I tllpP ,,hll. II ' ,'rhi~ l 11.Y 'll) Itll. Inow f~reg allllllly plrlrlh, r I h y ,tll1tily llt Indi.clh+l Iiiii in il' t~,tt, -ti i o i tt 'it, ri1' y" mt ,dlt ici n , iitinh 'it il,, tiwts,'ihllll r In e br ,t rei:ll t n ll l llihl n : t f l New,.+] IR l'l,,t t ts, Alpril h. It.,. |), n r Sir .Th, p hli , geera ll, a *r f ,llh, a ,r, ,' IIlIb, will, tre,sld. qd Illcc l,.,i, ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Feliciana Democrat. — 7 May 1859
ti editiana ranotrat. From the MKltlst pptnn. TUE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE. The 9th Section of the 1st Article of the Constitution of the United States, is in the fol. dowing words: " The migration or importation of such per. ons asn any of the States now existing shall thing proper to admit, shall not ie prohiilted by the Congress, prior to the year 1808, han n tax, or duty may be imposed not exceeding ten dollars for each person." This is the only section, or sentence in the constitution, which llndes to this trade. Under this clause, Congress has assnmod the power to legislate, enmmencing in 1807, and running up to 1820, whenI the trade was made piracy. We deny any such power in Congress. Up to the formation of the constitution, each colony, or State, possessed and exercised the right to import Africans. If they have not relinquished the right by that incstrumenlt, they still possess it. Congress can tanke notlhing, except what is expressly granted, or what is absolutely necessary to ...