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THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT.
BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS. TURPMS.--t PR YAi.
VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1865. IR0. 20.
Tas "FELICIANA DEMOCRAT" will be pub
lished every WNst5DAT AND SATURDAT, at THREE
Dollars per annam, payable In advance. Two cop
ies will b f enished for FIVE DOLLARS.
Ao.vanplr .mr Inserted at One Dollar per square
(TWELVE lines or lose,) for the first Insertion,
and fift cents for each subsequent one.
The Fee for announcing a candidate for office will
be TEN Dollars, payable in advance.
CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c.
JouN MoVa, Cllnton. ClAN. McVVA, Jackson.
JOHN & CHARLES McVEA,
Attornies at Law,
CLINTON & JACKSON. LA.
W, FERGUS KERNAN,
Attorney & counsellor at Law,
DRACTIOCB In the Parishes of East and West
I Felioala. a 14
JAMES B. SMITH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
hlTILL attend business In East and West Feliclana
VT and St. Helena. a 14
JOHN M. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
OrncI: MAIN STREET.
BOWMAN & DE LEE,
lttornies and Counsellors at Law,
BUSINESS entrustod to their care will be prompt
l ly attended to.
REcttseNces.-Messrs. Oakey & Hawkins; J. B,
Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14
HAYNES & ELLIS,
Attornies an4 Counsellors at Law,
JAS. 0. PUQUA. J. o. KILBOURN
FUQUA & ,KILBOURN,
Attornies at Law,
PRACTICE in the courts of East and WVest Felici
aua, and t. Helena. a 14
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
TIIE undersigned, having entered into partnership
I in the practice of their profession, will attend to
all business entrusted to them In the parish of East
And, to any business, entrusted to either, in the
adjacent Parishes, they will attend separately.
Odice in Clinton, La. JAMES 11, MUSE,
a 14 1. C. IIAIRDEE.
D. B. SAMFORD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
W ILL attend to any prfssional busiuess entrllst
ed to him in East Is.l West Vcliciant, East
iaton Itung, d it. ,IIh la I'arishlos. jell
Justioe of the Peace & Notary Public,
Office on the North side of the Public Squnre.
Notary Publico and Auotioneeor.
"WrILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
'I tohis care.
Orri c: North East corner of the Public Square.
DR. F. R. HARVEY,
CONTINUES the practice of Ies profession, and
J respectfully tenders his services to the citizens
of Clinton and vicinity. a 14
Da. C. H. PORTER,
RESPECTFULLY offers his professional services
to the citizens of Clinton, and its vicinity.
He can always be found, when not professionally
engaged, at the Drug Store of WVm. Sadler, on Brick
Row. a 14
E. L. HAYGOOD,
PROMPT attention will be given to the sale of
.I eal Estate and Personal Property within the
Parish of East Feliclana. Office, in Clinton. a 14
. . . . . . . . ..... j. . ..
aprll 14 JACKSON, LA.
OAKEY & HAWKINS,
Factors and General Commission MIerchants,
No. 90 GRAVIER STREET,
BBG to offer their services to Planters and Mer.
chants, and promise attention and promptness to
all consignments entrusted to their care. a 14
Cotton Faotor k Commission DMerohant,
No. 68 GRAVIER STREET,
. M. DALET. E. E. A. TALLARtIE.
E. M. DALEY & Co.
Commission k Forwarding Merohants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
67 Tchoupitoulas Street,
CHARTER OF THE
Clnton Branoh Rail Road Company.
AN ACT to incorporate the Clinton Branch Rail
WuensUs, a coorpoation, styled the Clinton Branch
Rail Road Company, has been created nader the
Act of the Legislature, entitled "An Act for th,,
organisation of Corporations for works of Publeic
Improvement and Utility," approved, March the
twelfth, eighteen hundred and fifty two which
said corporation was enacted In the following
words, to wit:
Wa, the undersigned, agree to form ourselves into
a corporation under the laws of the state of Louisi
ana, hereinabove set forth, for the purpose of con
structing a Rail Road from the town of Clinton,
Parish of East Felicians, running through the Par
Ish of St. llelena, to some point of intersection, on
the line of the New Orleans, Jackson, and Great
Northern Railway, and for that purpose we hay
formed the annexed Charter, and have signed the
CHARTER OF THE COMPANY.
Sr.cTox 1. The said corporation shall be called the
Clinton Branch Rail Road Company, and its domicil be
fixed in the town of Clinton, in the Parish of East
Se. 2. The said corporation is established for
the purpose of constructing, working, and maintain
log a Rail Road from Clinton, in the Parish of East
Fellclana, eastward, through the Parish of St. Ile
lena to a point of iatersection on the New Orleans,
Jackson, and Great Northern Railway, which shall
be deemed the most favorable after satisfactory
Rer. 8. The capital stock of the company is fixed
at Five Hnudred Thousand Dollars, divided into
twenty thousand shares of twenty-five dollars each.
Payments shall be made in such saums and at such pe
riods as shall be fixed by the Board of Directors.
Provided, That the subscriptions may be paid in la
bor or materials, when such mode of payment is pre
ferred 1,y the subscribers. Provided, elso, that no
call shall be made for more than ten per cent at one
time, and sixty days notice of each call shall be giv
en by publication in one newspaper in the city of
New Orleans, and one in the town of Clinton. Not
more than four calls shall be made in one year.
See. 4. The said corporation shall go into opera
tion and be organized, as coon as shares of stock
to the amount of seventy-five thousand dollars shall
have been subscribed.
Bee. 5. The business of the Corporation shall be
conducted at its domicll in the town of Clinton by a
Board composed of twelve Directors. A quorum
shall consist of at least five Directors. The direc
tors shall elect one of their body, as President of
their Company, at their first meeting after their
election. No person shall be eligible as a director,
who is not a share holder. At all elections by stock
holders, and all their meetings, each share shall be
untitled to one vote. Votes may be given in person,
or in proxy. The President of the Company Is the
offieer designated as the one on whom legal service
of all process or citation against the Company, may
be made, and the Company agree to be bound by
service of process or citation whether made on the
President in person, or left to his addresnat theollice
of the Company, in the hands of any of its officers
Sec. 6. The tirst Board of Dilrectors shall be cho
sen as soon as the list of subscription shall be closed.
The notices of the election of the first Board of Di
rectors, shall be given by publication made fifteen
dlays in advance in one newspaper in thecity of New
Orleans, and one in the town of Clinton, and the
election shall be held at the time and place desig
nated by the conissioners charged with receiving
The first election shall be held under the superin
tenden(ce of the commissioners aforesaid, who shall
select three of their number, for that purpose. All
sulbsquent elections under the superintendence of
three cntmmissioners to be appointed from among
thel stockhloldere by the Board of Directors for the
time being. The lirst Board of Directors shall hold
oflice until the l!r-t Monday of May, ofthe year eigh
teen hundred and Ilfty-six. The election shall be an
nual, and each suhaequent board of directors shall be
elected on the third Monday of April. A failure to
elect directors. shall not dissolve the corporation, but
the Board in office shall continue the exercise of its
functions. until a now lioturd can be elected. All
notices of elections and meeting of shareholders,
after the first election of directors above provided
for, shall be given by pullilatlon. fifteen days in
advance in one newspaper in the city of New Or
leans, and one in the town of Clinton.
Sec. 7. The following named persons are hereby
appointed commissioners for the purpose of recelv
ing subscriptions to the stock of said corporation'
Messrs. Baynard & Hamilton,...... Clinton, La.
A. Levi, Bloom & Co.,.....
" Isaac N. Lemon,..........
" Wm. Gurney,.............
" James M. Stokes,..........
" George A. Neufus,.........
" Gen. A. G. Carter.......... Port Hudson,
, John Mc Keowen.......... Jackson,
, William Sandel,.......... Kellertown,
" Samuel W. Riley...........
, John F.George.......... Bluff Creek,
" Dr. Wm. C. Williams,......
John Burton, C. D. Strickland, Jr. John Wheat,
John M. Bach, Wilford Williams, Sam'l Davis,
EAST BATON ROUGE.
Wm Kelley, W. A. Crenshaw.
Levi Spiller, Jacob I. Watts,
WILKTNSON CO, MISS.
Dr. D. L. Phares, Philip Huff, John Whitaker,
AMITE, CO. MISS.
ElI J. Capell, H. G. Street, Robt. Germany.
Col. S. W. Oakey, W. IT. Garland,
The said commissioners shall have power to ap
point deputies or agents in other places for receiv
ing subscriptions. Seven shall form a quorum for
doing business in the town of Clinton.
The lists of subscription shall be closed on the first
day of December, eighteen hundred and ffty-five,
or if the subscription shall not amount to eventy-five
thousand dollars at that date, then they shall be closed
as soon as said amount shall have been subscribed.
As soon as the subscription list shall have been clo
sed, they shall be returned to the town of Clinton for
registry in the office of the Recorder of Mortgag
es of the Parish of East Fellilana, as required by law.
See. 8. Immediately after the election of the f!rst
Board of Directors, the subscription lists shall be
opened for a period of four months, in such places
as the said board of directors may deem advisable,
and public notice shall be given thereof in a news.
paper published In the places where said subscrip.
tion books are opened, and the board shall have
power to appoint agents for receiving the subscrip
tions. At the end of the said four months, if the
amount of subscription shall exceed the caplital reonl
red, a meeting of stookholders'and subscribers shall I
he beld to determine whether te capital shall be in- ,
creased to the whole amount of subscription, and ifl
the capital be not so loreased then the number of
hares subscrlbed shall be red d bydeduotlon from
the largest subscriptions no as ot to diminish the
number of shares of any sohber whilst another
remains with a larger number of shares. If ther.
,e 'any 'deficiency in the amount of capital sub
scribed, the said subscription books may be reopen
ed and closed from time to time till the whole cap.
tal shall have been subscribed.
&e. 9. In case of a failure on the part of ay sub
scriber. topay the instalments on his stock urequlr
ed the board of directors shall have the option after
thirty days written notice to the defaulter, of for i
felting the stock. and selling it for thebenefitof said
stockholder, or oft compelling by suit, the payment t
of such lnstallment, and no stockholder shall be
permitted to vote while In default. I
See. 10. All meetings of stock holders called for d
the purpose of increasing or diminishing the capital
stook of the company or for anyof the purposes s
enumerated in the 5th section of the Act of the
Legislature of Louisiana, entitled " An Act for the
oganization of Corporations for Works of Publio
Improvement and Utility," shall be composed of
perousn holding in their own rlght, or u agents of
others, at least tUhreaefeoar of the stock of the com
s:ny In order to make valid and binding their so
lon In the premises at all other meetinag of the
stock holders and at all elections a majority of stoolk
shall be represented, and in this latter case, if such
majority be not present, nor represented, the meet- .
ing shall be adjourned for one week, and the vote
of the majority of the stock present, and represent
ed at such adjourned meeting shall bind the compa
ny in the same manner as i a malority of all the
stock were present and represented. 4
Ese. 11. Any vacancy In the board of directors,
occurring during the year, may be filled by a vote
of the board of directors.
See. 12. The president and directors of said cor
poration shall have power to make and use a come
mon seal, to elect a newspaper which shall be known I
to the stockholders as the offical paper of the com
pany, and In which all Its advertisements shall ap
pear, and to do every thing, necessary for the con
struction, repair, and maintenance of the rail road
hereinbefore described, with as many tracts as they
may deem necessary, to determine the line of the
road, and the depots that may be necessary to make,
and contract for all works whatsoever, for the prop
per and complete working of sald road, to contract
specially, for all work. labor, or materials to be fur
nished to the company, and to agree, whether the
whole or any part thereof shall be payable in the
capital stock of the company ; to appoint a secreta
ry, treasurer. superintendent, engineer, solicitors,
and other officers or servants, necessary or proper
for the faithful performance of any duty necesary
to the construction and proper maintenance of the
said rail road; to make all contracts for the fur
nishing of iron, or other necessary equipments or
supplies of the road, and on such credits as they may
deem proper, and to mortgage the said road for the
payment of the same; to borrow money for and on
account of said road, in any sum=not to exceed len
thoesand dollars, unless authorized by a vote of two
thirds of the stockholders to exceed that sum, and to
mortgage the said road and its appurtenances to
secure the payment of the same; to make all con
tracts necessary for the purpose of speedily and
roperly constructing said road; to purchase with
the funds of the company, all the locomotives, en
gines, cars, vehicles, teams, and other equipments
deemed by them necessary or useful to the purposes
of the company; and when said roadcbr any part
thereof is finished, to fix the rate of toll for passen
gere and merchandize; to make all rules and regu
lations, and other by-laws deemed necessary, for the
proper, safe, and regular transaction of the business
of the company; but such rules, regulations, and
by-laws shall he subject to repeal, change, amend
ment or modification by tie stockholders at their
meetings, or by the President and Directors In the
intervals ; they may accept donations in land or mo
ney, or such material or labor as may be useful to
the company; they shall declare semi-annually the
dividend arising from the working of the road after
the payment of all necessary expenses; said divi
dend shall be declared and payable to the stock
holders within fiften days of the monthsofJanuary
and July of each year ; they shall make a report in
full detail to the stockholders to the first days of
Januery and July of each year, of the working of the
road and its expenses and irofits, as also a detailed
statement of all contracts during the process of con
structing tihe road and its bridges, &c., with an ac
count of the progress made; they shall keep, or
cause to be kept, a regular set of books, In which
shall be entered, in the regular order of their several
dates, all business or other transactions of the com
pany, which said books shall be open to the inspec
tion of any stockholder, at the office of the company
during the business hours of the day ; a stock book
shall be kept, and certificates of stock shall be issued
to the stockholders, and no transfer of stock shall be
binding on the company until made on its stock
book; and to call a meeting of stockholders, on the
written requisition of stockboldi'rs representing
one-fifth of the stock of the company.
Sec. 18. If any subscriber for stock shall be taxed
by virtue of any law or ordinance for the payment
of subscriptions to the company, he shall have the
right of reducing the number of his shares by an
amount equal to that of the tax imposed, but this
right must he exercise within sixly ccya from the date
of he he tax receipt, after which, it shall not be allowed.
Sec. 14. An annual meeting of the stockholders,
shall ibe held on the third Monday of each April, to
receive the annual report of the past year's opera
tlons anti business of the company, at which meet
ing, a full statement of the financial affairs and oth
elr business of the company shall be submitted by
the President and directors for examination by the
stockholders and their agents.
See. 156. At the expiration of the Charter, or when
ever the dissolution of the corporation shall render
necessary its liquidation, three commissioners shall
be elected by the stocknolders whole duty it shall
be to take possession of the property of the compa
ny, and conduct its business to a final liquidation
on such terms and in such manner as shall be deter
mined by a meeting of stockholders regularly con
vened for that purpose ; and if at the expiration of
the present charter a majority of the stockholders In
number and amount shall desire to renew the same
for a further term, the stockholders dissenting from
the renewal, shall be bound to transfer their stock
to those desiring a renewal, at its fair value, to be
fixed iy appraisers mutually drawn for that purpose.
Clinton, La., Aug. 11, 1865. 1 -30ds
F-OR SALE, by the subscriber, the celelrated Gio
' ger Brandy, an excellent rtomnchlc, and for per.
sons afflicted with the Dyspepsia, it Is valuable.
je 9 WM. GURNEY.
A FRSII supply of pure Liquors, for medicinal
useM, just received and for sale by
aug 4 LANGWORTHY & TILDON,
LBS. Turkey Opium, fOrt quallty, just recelved
5 and fer ale y T. N. LLMON.
The State o Luishnm-Parish of n ast elius.
10th Ja1n D .striot Court o New Orleans
O Akey R Hawklas,
w. N o. 8l77.
. T. Simms & A J. Wright & C3
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of 6L. ime I n . rot e he
orablecourt aforesald, dirdeted to the sherltrof
Easut Felloiana, said state, I have seised and will of
fer for sale at the court house door in said pearish
East Feliciana, on the
FI1RT AT..ZDd Y OP UPRMTIBU,
A.D. 186, betw n the bours of 10 A.. .ad 4 o'olo
.m., all the intiret of the deflbdlnas, A:4, Wright
& Co. in and to a certaln Jd t obtaled by the
In the seventh Judloial dret ll court for said Wld s
of East Feliioana, against EMr L. Geuldea h-u-
and, for the sum of three hundred and twenty.A.v
60-100 dollars with eight per cent Interest thereoa,
from the 4th de of January. 1866, hkow on the
ooket of said 7ih distrlot NOrtbyNo. 3178.
Armb of b.-Cuh, wlth the bnlt of
m:nO. o. O. OOTO
ag 18, 15. Vy.
The State of Lousliana--Parlsh of East elioln.
7th District Court. No. 3215.
Minerva A. Rogers, wife,
wlllia J. Chapman husband.
DY VIRTUB ofa writ of t. 1k isued In the above
B entitled unit from the honorable court aforesaid.
directed to the sheriff of said parish, I have seised
and will ofbr for sale at the plantation of William
J. Chapman in mid parisb, on the
A. n 1855, between the hours of 11 o'lock, A. . and
4 o'clock r. u.. all the right, title, Interest, andelaim
of the defendant W. J. Chapman, bueband, in and
to the following named and described property, to
The undivided Interest of said W. J. Chapman in
and to the sunceaelon of his deceased mother, Mrs.
Marals Chapman, now in the hands of Allen Chapmau,
One bay horse, ten years old.
One hay horse, seven years old.
One pleasure buggy. 12 bead of cattle,
20 head of hogs. A lot of farming utensils,
A lot of household and kitehen furniture,
Also the growing crope of corn and cotton, now
on the plantation of said W. J. Chapman.
tem qf Bak.l-Caah, with the benefit of aprais
ment. GEO. C. COMSTOCK,
aug 18, 1855. Dep'. &r.
the State of Louisiana-Parish of East Fellelana.
?th District Court.
Mary Sturges & husbend,
s. No. 085.
James F. Blackman.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of fi. f. Iuned in the above
entitled snit, from the honorable court aforesaid
directed to the sheriff of said parish, I have selsed
and will offer for sale on the premises of Benjamin
Lyons, Esqr., in the town of Clinton, on the
FIRST BATlTRDA Y OP BI'TENBDER,
A. 0. 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock. A. u. and
4 o'clock, r. a.. the following property, In which by
a decree of said court, the plaintilff' have a privi
iege of Rent - to wit:
One certain Printing Press, thirty-eight cases,
more or loes, seven stands more or less, one marble
slab, together with all the types and fixtures thereto
belonging, or in any way appertainlng, It being the
same printing press, types, and fixtures, that was
lately in the possession of the defendant, James F,
wIrma of dat.-Cash, with the benefit of appralse.
aug 18 G.C. COMSTOCK, Dy. 8Aerj.
CLINTON MALE ACADEMY.
T HE Fall term of the above school will commence
on Monday, October 1, 1868. The course of
studies embraces all the branches of an English and
classical education, so far as requisite for an eon
trance in college.
The following Is a list of authors and subjects pur
sued by the school during the past academic year:
Latn.-Latin grammar, reader, and compolstion
Virgil, Caesar, Cicero, and Livy.
Creek.-Greek grammar and reader, Xenophon,
and Homer's Iliad.
Mathematiea.-Arithmetle, algebra and geometry.
Anglish.-Grasmmar, geography, history, astrono
my, natural philosophy. co. &c.
PATRONS OV TIB 8015001.
Chief Justice Merrick, Rev. Isaac Wall.
Ma . G. W. Munday, Hon. John MoVea,
Rev. Thos. Adams, David Pipes, Sr.
Mrs. Col. Lyons, M. Harris, and others,
EMMETT D. CRAIG, A. M.
Clinton, La., Aug. 18, 1855. Prnlcipal.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
T IE undereigned offers for sale, Three Hundred
Acres of Land, siltuate in the Parish of East Fe
liolana, six miles from the town of Clinton, withnl
two of the Clinton & Port Hudson Rail Road and
half a mile from a steam saw and grist mill. 'Ihere
Is a quantity of valiatble Pine timber on the tract,
and a stream of running, never falling water. runs
directly through It.
One hundred acres are cleared and under cultlva
tion. The improvements are, a good dwelling, out
holuses, cabins, stables, and gin house, in good and
For terms, &c., apply to J. W. Taylor. who Is my
duly authorized agent to dispose of the same.
aug 18-3t FRANK DIXON.
INMAN'S PATENT DOOR & GATE
R W. INMAN, from Sheffield, England, manufac.
. turer of ' Inman'a' Patent Door and (late Springs,
to which was awarded the first premium at the
World's Fair, in London, 1851, announcesthot e has
constituted W. W. Chapman, as his sole agent for
For neatness, simpllclity, full performance of all it
Is intended to do, its exceeding usefolness, its dura
bil its cheapness, it certainly takes its position
In the front rank of modern luventions.
I do not intend to puff-a short ezaminatlon will
convince the Judgment of its utility.
aug 18-2m R.W. INMAN.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE !
TIIE undersigned has opened in the
STown of Clinton, a largeassort
ment of 'rnilure, consisting of
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Chairs, Sofis,
Armoires, Lounges, Cribs,
and almost every other artiele of Furniture, sulits
ble for the market, which he will sell low, for cash.
His store is on the south side of the public square.
aug 11 H. B. GAY, Agent for M. HARRnI.
1O GALS. Pure cold presosed Castor Oil, for
100 ale by I. N. LEMON
5O LB.. Blue Mas, warranted one.thlrd Mercury,
5 just resolved and for sal by I. N. LMMON.
The deoleration of the Qew OdesmwtBe
one of the orga ofh the know sotht.uh , ti
"the demorast ln th be ~ et.ot, havele4
sonm buatabelitloedi ad free ediher to the
ongre of ti altL teU , Loe of the eo ' t
astondi orlthe seth.
*ern Wnei of * o 4 e i ae
steadily stood by t the tate base
thelr e le i r* l at
point of view,
tioua can onlydo ha to those w
them. Otherwe, ehow
the perveaion of tr
to see as
been deliberate, the as
priety of makin an intertl! nInto the
not alone to dIpove an 6ulron Whi
.les its own ontradlction upon I}a be to
present to the people such a recohd oft ibe.
ltionism of northern know aothingla.i' oi'
not be successily refbted or dentedc,. Theli
lowing table, which has been very Oar
made up, tells the whole stor In ang
that can not be miaunderstood, It will he
seen from this how utterly and completely ab.
olitionism hee absorbed the know nothtl.pr
ty in the free states, and how fahltlblf the
latter has worked for and adopted the op_ i
of the abolitionists. We have called the know
nothings elect "free soiers"' but there is
sesrcely an instanee in whlch the word "abo.
lltlonist" might not be more fitly applied.
Northern Demo- Name and party a.sltie of
crate who vtoed tor their eneOre
the Nebraska Bill.
Mones MoDonald,.. John . Wood, huson, hre oll,
know nothing, sad whig.
arry .. Fusion, e soil, k. a. ad whig.
Colln M. Ingersoll, Fusion, free ell, k. a. and whig
Thos. W. umming, J. 8. M. Strasaban, fatlo fee
sol, (oneertban) aod wh
Hiram Waibridge, uy . Pelito, fusion, freeil,
know nothlng andwhigl
Kllk Waldh....... .Job Kelyo natlonl a demorat
William K. Tweed, Thoms . White, fusion, free
soil, n row n dwblp
WillUam A. Walker, To hildJr. h,
soul, know nothiang a whifss
Frances B. Cutting, .tb'm Wakeuan,eon, fete s-1a
know nothings and whip
The. H. Wetbrook, Rufus H. ling, hllon, free soil,
(usoertain) and whip
Peter Rowe....... Thomas R. Horton, fIion, free
soil, (unoertain) anad whigs
John J. Tayler,... John M. Parker, ftaon, freesoll,
(uncertain) anad whip
Samuel Lilly,..... Jame Blbop, hleon, fe soall,
know nothings and whip
George Vail,... Georg Vail, national demoorat
Theos. aoe, T. B. Florance, national den.
John Robblus, Jr. Milward, fusion, free soell,
know nothings and whip
William H. Willie, Jacob Broom. fusion, ree soil,
know nothings and whip
Jobs MoNair, Jon Cadwallader, natIoalde
Samuel A.Bridges. Sam'i . Bradlhaw, Ausion, free
soil, know nothings and whia
J, Glancy Jones, J. G. Jones, national demoorat
Christian M. Straub James H. C0ampbell, fhlson, free
soil, know nothing and whip
Hendrick B Wright Henry M. Fuller, fsion, free
sotl, know nothingssad whips
As Packer, A Packer, national demoorat
William H. Kurtz, Lemuel Todd, fusion ree soil,
know nothlng and whip
John L. Dawson, Jonathan Knight, Aion, free
soil, know nothinps and whip
David T. Disney, Timothy C. Day, fusion, freesol
know nothings and whip
FrqjP'k W. Green, Cooper K. Watson, fusion, free
soil, know nothing andwhbip
Edson B. Olds. Samuel Galloway, fusion. free
soil, know nothings and whigs
Wilson Shannon, Chas. J. Albright, fusion, free
soil, know nothings and whbge
Smith Miller, Smith Miller national democrat
William H. English Wm, H. Englh, national dum.
Cyrus L. Duncan, George C. aunn, fusion, fresoll
know nothings and whig
James H. Lane, David P. Holloway, fusion, free
soil, know nothings and whip
Thos. H. Hendricks Lucen Barbour, fuelon,fron,
know nothings and whip
John G. Davis, Harvey B. Scott, Afsion, free
soil, know nothings and whipa
Norman Eddy, Schuyler Colfax, fusion, freeol,
know nothings and whigs
W. A. Richardson, W, A. Richardson, national dem
James C. Allen, James O. Alloen, national dem.
Willie Allen, 8. A. Marshall, national den.
David Stuart, Wa. A. Howard, fusion, free
soil, know nothlngs andwlhli
Samuel Clark, David 8. Walbridg, free io
know nothings ad whip
Bernhart Henn, Augustus Hall, naltonal dea.
Jas. A. MDougall, . W. Denver, natlonaldemoert
Milton 8. Latham, Philip T. Herbst, national dos
National or Nobraska democrats returned. 14
Free soil or anti-Nebrnska fusionists elect.
ed by know nothings................
Free soil whigs supposed to have been sup.
ported by the know nothings, but not
Remarks.-In every case where the member
named as above was elected by the know no.
things he is a free soller.
In every case where the member named as
above was elected by the democrate he is a
thereugh matleas] er Nebraska Demoest