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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 February 1897

feligio¶ uIrTE I)E121.OC Ser~viecf4 at St:ir· )iU1. tonal PLt IiontLu) C tholiCFIInc.h. ( ?dary of Mt. CIuwe1, t r. F'l'irdSiwiiv in g yzwd3y OX eY.lf3t paclth, Rv., yttr ýAvnt, Itritwt. thist Services at Baron Sara. j~ortl' StadMYI Oafll Liuaroth, at 11 A. nul 7:04 1P. M. ay-s look at thle new mad column. A Gernuan will be danced one evyeing, Olt week. Ij, 1. Irviuo &. Sn sent a hox of shoeo telo drouth sufferers last week." ,Doiatlons, from 1Bayou Sara, report in last issue, have all been paid, enting to $24.25.. r. O1)D.l rooks. having two windows at in the front tof his store building, w or the Bank We learn, that 0. & J. B ene will open a store there shortly. The Sixth ward has donated 28 barrels f corn and potatoes to the North Loilsi a people. Sprinng Medlicie is a necessity which on's Sarsaparill* grandly supplies. It nrifiei and vitalzes the blood and thus res tone and strength to the whole sys *ood's Pills are the only pills to take ith flood's Sarsaparilla. Cur...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 February 1897

__ tL...:IW. _ f`/ RALLN RoI3LN.: "Rambling Rlobin." You conild ;have ecen Shirn alhnost any dn.v walkint: along with his5 he::d hanugig down, and hls eyes fixed on tIlhe ground. Nobody spoke to him, aior ,lid he speak to atnybody. hi:; ciothesa were in rags. He wore no collar. :iorne times. a red .carF wlgs fa:tcned round bis neck but oftenc(r than not his ncck and chest were .,Tatr to thle cutting winds. Nolody'I: knw where he came from, and no,,t-' c. ared. Some sa'id he had bnl:u an actor at one time--otivLr: that he had bean a doctor, while n:mtny i maintained that he was a man who had gambled away a largeo frtune. Whatever be ought have been, we could all see that he was no Comfton vagzrant. I do not know whether the 'peace and good will which are supposed to come to all men ci Christmas time had anything to (do with it, but when I passed hint one (Chrisnmis Eve .i few years ago, as . w:s hurrying off home, a suddeu Imilutls led me to stop. "Will you come borne with me and h...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 February 1897

The total protduct of the dairies of the United States is estimated at $450,000,000 per year. That is pretty rich skilxmning. The New York Journal thinks sci. entists in rounding up the microbe are rather overtoing the basiness when they discern a lurking danger in fresh eggs. VibraLting in 'Tuneful Accord, Like the strings of a musical instrunumnt. the nervous .ypternI in health lharmnonizes pleasantly Wlth the other parts of the .ys:icne. But weak. ened or overwrougIht., it jangles Iost Inhanjon tously. Quiet anl inv:igorato it with the great tranquilizer and tonic. Hostetter'? :;:omanlch Illt ters. whbieh |lroO:n:)t(, dlig~'s,:vn. hilllus sec-retion and a r'ggular action ut the bowels, lmid prevents zualartal, rheumatic aln kid.ney '"lniplaiuts. The stingy Ian robs: himnself every time he puts a dillar in his pocket. A Final (are. "I used it for tetter which had been running for live years. Nothing could give relief un til 1 u-ed your medicine, and one box imade a dtual cure." Ml...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 February 1897

[ B 8Y WIRE AND CABLE, t ~;lig Items of Happenings Throughout : The Entire Country.. LOPING COUPLE TURNS UP. ef a (ireat Inveulor-t-.retaus d fi to Unite with (reoce-A Bad "J.enger "Wreck -A Chicagoaan A Chicagoan Robbed. SLester Goodman, of ('hicago,who in wife has apartmennts at 221( ` 12th street, P'hilaltell,hia, Pa., º ted to the police Fr'iday that $3. Sa2 mcney and jewelry had been f% from their roonis while they Iout 'walking. u· s Urged to Unite with (;reece. Sdispatch from :Athen-, (Greece. % The warship Alph,,r,,' hags been to Crete. A steamnr has beetn o deport refugees. Te national r.t everywhere are ursging that. 3rretans proclaim a union with . Seven hundred refugees are to arrive shtortly on the island Statner Heavily Finedl. j t, Tlobit, agents for the Sierra iof steamers, Saturitay deposited with Collector Winlnsy of Gal n, Texas, can:e (.aipt. Alqua of teaship Ida fuiled to, produce a if health from the eonsul at Liver i The steamer naturina, of the line, also f...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1897

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. w. LAK, Jr., Pb. ad Prop. ST. FIRANCISVILLE WEST FhLICIAA PARIS, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 189. \VOL. VI.---NO. 3. lud J. Powe11, John H. Stone, St. Francisville. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, ,Lttorneyg - Ut - Law, St. Francieville, La. .. --- -~~1 1 , O, S.MPLr. W. i. PmTR, SEMPLE & PERCY, 'attorneys - at .- Law. Will practice in any court in this district. -Office in Bank Building. ST" FBANCILVILLE, LOUISIANA. DR. A. F. BARROW, Physician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. Ofice in Leake building. Telephone calls answered from either Kilbourne's or Munmford's drug stores. DR. H. LOFTON, DENTIST. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. Will be in St. Francisville on the 1st pad in Clinton on the 15th of each month. SIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S., " DENTIST, St, Francisville, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in his line. Office at residence. .' T. Gastrell, : HARDWARE, STOVES, WAGON and CARRIAGE WOOD WORK. House Fu...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1897

TIE -:- TRUE -:- DEM e. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT SrT. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Kansas is one of the few States in the Union that do not seem to be in. creasing in population. Mexico claims a population of 10, 000,000, 9,500,000 of whom sleep on the ground and 500,000 live in com fort and luxury. More eyes must be damaged or lost than people suppose, for two million glass eyes are manufactured yearly in Germany and Switzerland. Spain is not yet willing to admit that such a thing as war exists in Cuba, but she is spending $12,000,000 a month for what Castelar refers to as a "combat." The Washington Times is now agi tating for a change of the name of the Congressional Library to the National Librar~y. That library is so good, it argues, that it should be Nationalized, so that people generally may feel that they have a personal ownership in it and to arouse National pride in its behalf. ' The improvement in the business of the South is shown in the volume of her exports,whieh for the first t...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1897

1911 His LESSON ITHI a frown Milton Davis lookled at ýis S watch, then at the ~O slowly moving pen . dnlum of the cloezi in the dingy little depot at Hinton, and mentally de bated whether he would better wait for the train, long over due, or walk home "across lots." 'The trains on this one-horse line were run presum ably for the accommodation of the pnblic, but as they were invariably behind time, and ran at a snail's pace, it was an open question whether the public in that particular locality were much better accommodated than they had been by the old stagecoach which had fallen into disuse when the rail road went through. It had been al most a mystery how the road ever came to be built there, and talk of discontinuing the branch had been rife many times; but old Colonel Hale, who had some influence with the legis lature and the railroad company, saw to it that it ended in talk. So the road was open, and as the night was chill and snowy, Milton decided to wait for the train, which ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1897

'JHEJ TRUE DEMOCRAT. ')IC[ALOnRnNAL OF THIE PAR ISI!. nV. . EIAK E, J1., Proprtietor. hss~ri- t , p-rwr arntiin - - L50. E :. J VI.:Y SATCI':JAY. ',Enterred ut the rust Oflih. at St. Fr:ne.ls A-ill4, ,La., IM .s E'Id 'l. Vs 18s9nr. $ATURI)AY, FIE:l.' t), 1807. me. golde byd. Das A crown of nu4'ying .iAu', aaii le manI;, or mene, wiho .shall[ intro Hllce perfl'ect hligliwayy into Loulisi , illll. Major McKinley Say.s there 111115 'Le no 1 btckward .t'lepb'ta;il-i in civil .:"Erl'vice reform. \onler ifi tli .alnike  D)onc Vru Ie tale;cIbeIn't1s more cormin for tab in t laIrtIil crts. Polith:itlns talk 'inorwtwf the r:ig.t, ttl han *the UnIha t rfL aCi tim.-Bisho)p 1Mesiarms 4. srermoin, Febl..1t. Attis i beOtIctse p4olitici;M ltrihdrstald the tde'ire of ,lumalln nIaLture to . AlrTe Iratlher thtitl to do. 'Tle Li. Press Ass.,intion, if. .wise, will Itdlopt the B. R. Advocate's snliggestioi lo hIolhl its uiiinnual meet ,iug, while taiking at steamilboat ex lirssioh t!rip-.to St. ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1897

j~j'T J1;'I) IE 1i)CARAT. Religiou Notices. Services at Star Hi111. Seol .Ibnyui;i is (elv'ry mtoIiIthl.1 Rev. W. Conant. Iaptist.. Third Situlny in ý,.er' moth, Rue. F. D, Yunvol-lkenºlurgh, letl odist. f;Ither Gt(ee , I 'St. DletiHlist Services at BSayou Sara. SFtourtll Suhd:ly of tctlh mL uahII, at 11 A. M, anld F:3;u P'. M1. ,-+ Ui+Ir VI a " S., Arrives frotil Woo'lville......... 9:13 :.. n Jax'es for .yV~lghl ter........... •.'3:.0 . n Aivet 4 fi .81laughter. ...... ..2:;20 p.'i Leove's itr ;toodl vill . ..... .. . :30 '. River 'arZe 19º ft. 8-10. l1iittg. pDr: liarlow is haIving a sta+le built. Thel ,terts wer olff Thutilhy on a `'i tr Mh lttit. The hladies sew at the recto'y to-(lay. The trainl was threo hours late, Mondt ftenloon, owing to wriUIck on mati line. lieve yoa,r photo taken by \VelcLer . lettig. ev.; Fliur (h1s oiInformed4 us that h ailed to keep Vth :tpllltoiiltment hit're, o h 7th, ou '"ttaoititt of l adll weather. The reglllr atolt hlly services were heli...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1897

J Ii.r'CAsT OF; Sn'TYLES IN TIHE r e P"aracle' on 'if(lh Avenue on a W#tLay '1ornirn-C'hat.rnin Skat l 4 :ostui:i t'-IlI, ut of Sprlie' 3Modes. 1f:iS ih a period of the year w :_ i every week that goes by ea:cus to foreshadow some z-.?w change of fashions until StWP bomes a certain sense of be i m~t· at as to what will be the cor atrtnsx edurlak, 'or n ext season. It is a re xrasrlhk ac. t tthat each new style ,~lmP tz be r .ther better than the one hb wint. before, but finally the ;ae r ediinum will be reached in cut tdesih$i. It is rather early to dis sawsr Pda length the styles that will rately made and trimmed, there are also a number of plainer styles to choose from which are exceedingly ef fective and becoming. il']u is one of the most popular col ors this seascn and :it :is almost un necessary to aldd that it is also one of the most striking. A walk up 'fifth avenue on a bright Sunday morning will sufisce to show this royal color in almost every conceivable fabric. From Mi...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1897

The ilu'rch-going habit is infinitely ro0nger ill New York City than it is D aly of the Western cities. Accordinsg to 'ck, in South Amer. lls the man seeks the office with a gun, .2 ---" - 1... Spain contains 16,000,000 inhabit. tats, of whom 11,000,000 are unable to read or write. TwinS inu size, Shape and Activity. Tb'sls what thc(eo important little orgauns. tb,, Idney. re wrhini healthy. Int disorder they -y diiffer itn all three particulars. Disease wauIll detroi y3s thlleu successively, not shul. yneously. and one may be active while the eheris erni.paralyzed. Give to both a health. fal iutl.t, without exciting them, with Hos. itser's stomach Bitters. which forestalls such derllol z:a!wli's as Bright's disease and dia_ Itw. i'so tie lltters, also, for malarial, bil. la, 'tliet!atih, nervous, bowel and kidney toublo. Keepl hle'ded 'lin the right direction, even i pn do nothin,,g but creep. No.To-lnta' for Fifty Cents. Over .100,00, eared. Why not let No-To-Ba( regulate or...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1897

WORK OF 54TH CONGRESS, Lb' Legislative Proceedings ai Wasilng. too In Detail, al THE NICARAGUAN BILL ABANDONED. h 98 Senate Passes the Pass a Loutre Cre. al vasse Bill-Herbert Requested to Assist Correspondent Scovell-Icleeo toral Votes Counted. Y 4enate. si 1onDAY.--Tho senate was in execu- ti tive session most of to-day, consider ing the Anglo-American peace treaty; p so that little time was given in open riession to the transaction of regular legislative work, Early in the day the re bill re-forming the judicial district of c' Texas was passed over the president's ' 'veto, by the unusually heavy majority tt of 57 to 1, the negative vote being that Si of Mr. Caffory, of Lonsiana. Dl TUESDAY.--The opening M.asion of ti senate was wholly perfunctory and E aftar transacting some routine buisness the doors were closed and an executive session continued throughout the day. The bill was passed to aid the improve- w' ment of. the navigable chanunel of the w' South Pass by closing the ex...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1897

Official Journal of the Parish of West Foeliciana and School Board. . W. LEiKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANC(ISYILLE, WEST LICIANA PARISIH, LA., SATURD)AY, FEBRUARY , 1897. VOL. VI.---NO. 4. W. LEAKS, JrJ., Pub. and Pop ST. FRANClISVILLE, WEST ' ~LICMA~ PARISHI LA., SATURDIAY, FEBRUAR1Y 27,,1897.:_ VOL, VT.-N.i eu J. Powell, John H. Stone, e St. FranclSville. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, &ttorneysm at * Law, St. Francisville, La. Wrn. sMPLR. a. anor The SEMPLE & PERCY, will ;Attorne-y - at Lave. mei Will practice in any court in this strict. c -Oflicen Bank Building.-, P A FBANd(VILL LOU.S A A1' DR. Aj.,F. BARROW, pyslciai and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. ice in, Leake building. Telephone , ls answered from either Kilbourne's atumford's drug stores. Til DR. H. LOFTON, DENTIST eel] Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. Will be in St. Francieville on the lst nd in Clinton on the 15th of each month. SIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, St. Francisvilie, - Louisiana, c Is prepared...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1897

E:- TRUE - DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT 'ST. PRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA, Football pays. Even after deduct. ing hospital expenses the Princeton team made $14,787 this season. Japan is preparing an oflicial accouni of the war with China, written up by the general staff. The naval and muil. itary maneuvers will be published in separate parts. The city assessors of Boston have decided that the "temple" of the spiritualists in that city is not a place of worship, and have accordingly fixed its taxable value at $240,000. The biennial report of the Auditor to the Minnesota Legislature makes some startling revelations concerning 20,000,000 of acres granted railroads and valued at $103,000,000, much of which, it is claimed, is illegally hold. The property embraces the rich iron and timber fields. With respect to a recent marriage the New York Mail and Express says: "When the French name of Bonaparte is wedded to the German name of Von *Moltke, with the bridegroom a Dane and the bride an Americ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1897

]SjLIO'S REALM. SCON( EITS FO(Ž! TIIH, ADORN lENI" OF TIIE I'AIR SEX. s een at the Opera -Novel ties In Wras--Garmnts for C'hldren-Calve's Hand some Hood. (Speecal New York Letter.) - IE really fashionable woman of the present day is the one who never loses her individu slity in her dress. She com l her ciothing to become part of oself, snd while she follows all the sDnges in fashion she finds them elas enough to be modified to suit her when she does not suit them. The .a.t interesting development in fash ionsjust at present is the combination f the simple with the elaborate which -teults in a tendency to trim the ilr-made suit. An instance of that her trim figure off to advantage. It \ was made of dark tan frieze trimmed with braid that appears in fiat bands headed with a small loop pattern. My friend showed me among her costumes one particularly pretty gown which she intended for wear on the steamer during the evenings. This gown was made of one of the new canava weaves in a combi...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1897

ffl E TUIt UE I) EMOCIAT. J)FFWCIAL JOURNAI, OFTIIE1PARII31J. LI*:2IM;I1:, 91 U., Proprietor. t 1111M "1'11t1111, crr 8 IIIII I - NS A ) E1% -.1Y SAýTrIJ)AY. J itinedell at the Pinst O lie.' at. Si. 'r Frainis. I r VilJe, Ia&., as seeoni..1 (ka.% iii:&t r SATURDAtl)Y, FE B1. 189]57. 4 ... . I i ES WHERE ALL LsE AILS. Beost Cr4ICh Syrup. Tan u' Goad. Use Gov. Foster has returned from ', (,entral Ainerica., much rejuveuated Lv his trip. , Tihe . Y. World is said to have .ii.t a reporter tointerrien' the belly .1,;f a whale. ]:it no whale is so I;gigullilie as to swallow a World re ip i porter. ignaturt that he will appoint lMarcus A. Hannallll to fill tlhe in !'xpired terrn of Shermani in the enate should the latter eniter the -caitlnet. Thle thlluttb-screws have ,been ullt oil, as was expected, :andi the Governor's agony is now overt ITon. C. B. W\ooten of the State Advisory Committee thinks that the people in the drouth stricken section will nleed help for three months m...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1897

DEMOCRAT. ,j~igus Notices. services at Star lull. ,td Hl;1 in evctY mfoutli, Rev. W. ,t, I:Iapt1. Third SuhIiii'b iin ut., 1ev. F. D. V:uivulkeub flhrgb, jet. Saurida (11 evefy uaoixtýl a, Rev. Gee,", priest. list services at Bayou Sara. 1i Snn1ltY of 0aImh mouth, at 11 A. SChedule o Tr ails. froi oodville........ 10:40 %. nM. l for Slaughter ... ......11:10 a. m. re get from Slaughter .......2:20 p. ni. i = lf'or Woo vile ...........2:35l, in sn l ~--c----in ergag024 ft. 4-10. Rishig at rate de l it. uws worked thiis wfek. or tryain scllhdih is chiangetL eanitvill es.odus begins to-day. '1 tel thle that you'll see eo t the nrade all, next Tuesday night. re your photo taken by Wlcher & Snew doors with glass panes have put in place in the lSt assistant's St. Francisvillo school. roadway oni Prienipal St. Bayou has been fixed, , lhero needed. 110 ttolele, the famous substiitute for on tale in 11 calls, 10c at Newshan's. ic l, Peryll has leeu re-appoluted il _tr of weights and nlea...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1897

WOM JIN LUENLCE CHAPTER 1. MAIA REiA:r. On the afternoun of a day early in April two ladies were driving along a Jlevel country road. SOn: was evidently a sltralnger to the Iplae arnd] its surroundlin,. for she Uol i.ve vc dil te scenery with ('litiio.s intrl' ;.jest, and frequently qle sti :.ad her colnr SI Jpanlon ab out the l,',rson, a:In ritsifill ·os Sthey passed. The, ither. who drovte the 1haundtoiln hays with a;;n uami takable air of prol'rietorshil,, wU-, an ofl resi dent. S-e had foulil her way to, his small but preten iicuns town .u-onlt'. rear futuore, anid, building ait han.iomine houirt, had ilnc. rd,'vott'd her eniergiear, s ipplie mertel b. the tlaid al inflluen.e of moJ'y, to gatiningl anll ntree into its ex ;. chinive .ýoclety. Both were dleep illn ctversatiou,. when a turn in the road bronugt Itl'in face to face with a young girl riding. Mrs. Downs w'i, in the act of iheck ing her horse's. ,at the uneweor:er, as though quite unc, ons.ioutl of any such Intentio...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1897

A Child's Idea. , Flossle was seven years old when her s .mauna look her to live in the country. All hler lifet sle had lived in the heart of alarge lInluillftC'ttu'inlg town, and knew nothing of the beauties of the country. Oh. how delighted she was with the beaiuties of the fields, the buttercups andl daisies: But most of all she loved to hear the lark singing its song of joy far awaly up in the blue sky. But she never tlbought it was' a bird that sent the swet. clear Inusic through the air. n (day she wa s sitting in the garden. J'he lark was not visible; but his, song fwas heard. ever bright and melodious, as it mingled with t lihe soft, sighing sulm aler wind; andl f1he child listened eager. ly. "Wlhat are you looking at, Flossie?' taid her uminaIua. *'Norling, mtuninia," answered Flos. sie. "Are coi listening to the lark? iHe il too far up .for youl to sete lima." "''he l:r!t. iu:t:niua'? 1; th.t tP 2larilY' "F'Y, of coaulls it is. What did you think it was. d:tainig':" '.. th...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1897

WORK OF 54TH CONGRESS, IN1 Legislative Proceedings at Wasilng too in Detail r SIIANDLER TALKED ON BIMETALLISM. t I mmgration Bill Goes to the Presl- a dent-Pass a Loutre BIll Passes the House- 1Jklns-Kendall Contest Case Decided. f s enate. C TMeNDAZ.--The senate was in exeoa ive session also to-day, but the open esesion afforded sufficient time for a sharp controversy over proceeding i with Mr. Morgan's resolution to abro- a gate the Clayton-Bulwer treaty. At t 4:15 the senate adjourned. t TUESDAY.--The speech of Senator E (Chandler in the senate to-day in ad rvocacy of bimetallism was one of the notable efforts of the present session, I not only for the scholarly care with 1 ,which the senator presented the ques tion from his standpoint, but for the bitter sarcasm addressed to Senator ] Palmer and the Indianapolis conven- g tion and for the dramatic personal ex- 1 change between Mr. Chandler and Mr. Pettigrew, the latter being one of the e bolters from the St. Louis convention. Mr...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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