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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 21 August 1897

do gbominnhle YPgnfv, torSh t i t u"l i c in "o r.any ct!:+r l tt: is. it re USA1 The ,st Offtctdual mINeans ý('I eC ! fran' 7i1.Ct Iii thIs  entrc, or of rej oVi'+ in 'e t t 1 ,iC, rC (i t h r' ~t:v a'i iaiir'lu'P ! , of &.4,1. *xjpo fi +., ;I a tio t n' , n y 1,r. 1t ,"s glPl their hueln , ('"'r;'' , 'rr0 , ts nlarint lver ~ :ld :lndtiey cont p lse d Ie.rVe ",q:i, u.IU - ia~teapot s atimes turns out -iasatrous storm. v card. No flt or nervous HjeotIv ude of Dr. Kimne's Great 2trial bottle and treatise fre. Ltd., 031 Ar:h St., PhilaPd. S -argumnt alwy. rermind.s you she ties her neeLtio. ...lo's ,oothi, vrlp for chillren " tens the gmms,reduttin:; intll a.ma i pin,currs wind colic. 25e.a bottle. the Lord made Eve to show Adam scaped. A Beantifnl 'kin 0 the chief requisites of on attractivo oeo Rough, dry, saly patcthc. lit eruptions, red and unsightly ring eon would spoil the beauty of a ver s. They are completely and quickly Tetterine. 50 cents a box at drug 0for50 cents...

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. — 21 August 1897

DUN'S WEEKLY REVIEW. EVERY CITY REPORTING THIS WEEK { NOTES INCREASE IN TRADE. hoe Great Crops and the IIasto of For eigners to lBoy and Ship WheMtt Has Mlade the Week Memorable--A. Decrease in Failures. I. G. Dun & Co's. weekly revicv of trade, issued Saturday, says: Every city reporting this week notes increase in trade and nearly all bright crep prospects. The great change in business is emphasized by the presence of a multitude of buyers from all parts of the country, by their statements of the situation at their homes and more forcibly yet by the heavy purchases they are making. But the customary signs are not lacking. The strong rise in stocks, the growth of the bank clear ings and railroad earnings, the heavy speculation in many products, but moat of all in wheat, have made the week 6ne of surpassing interest, even to those who best remember the up ward rush in 1879. At the principal clearing houses throughout the coun, try payments in July were, for the first time, sligh...

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. — 28 August 1897

RE TU DEMOCRAT r-_" .:. ", ... " " "" . K  r , P. a Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST Fl.ICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1891. VO. VI"'NO . * John H. Stone, Is-ll.s Clinton, La. g & STONE, - t a Law, f rancisVille, L. ' ee in'~ . erits of the .. ic. . d o di rictN. Dur-. `~ij1 ineet eifeatet at the in Baou. Sara wlieneve iee' i S tar blic, VILLE, LA. e'iin the 13th Judictal .Cireuit; Supreme and t,. Office in Bank Build ., WICKLIFFE, y - at - 1iiaw, FEAgjCISVThLR, LA. r court house. Will pra).c 18th Judicial and Federa! ,A. F, BARROW, an and Surgeon, SFrancisville, La. ;ae building. Tgophone from either Kilbourne's a'drug stores. POWEL'L, D.D.S., )ENTIST, - Louisiana, do all work in Office at residence. , Gastrell, t e BE, STOTES, WAGON ic 0O WOOD WORK. urnishing Coods. WOODS' LOWING IA. d HAT BAIES, SASH, o ,Do00oRS, ETC. 8PH STERN, `; .Dealer in... . ohandise. SCaonnection With Store, bf arses and Mules for sale. action Guaranteed. STERN, eat of Hill. ,KILBOURNE, ggia...

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. — 28 August 1897

TIHE. TRUE -: DEMOCRAT. PUVLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCII8VILLE. LOUISIANA. The people of the United States read and support as many newspapers as England, France and Germany combined. The New York Tribune thinks that abbreviations are sometimes objection able, as, for instance, when the Ten nessee centennial exposition is re ferred to as "the Tenn. Cent. Show." "One of the greatest victories yet ach~eved for the dairy industry is the enactment and Governor's signatnre of the Illinois law which prohibits the coloring of oleomargarine," observes Orange Judd Farmer. Governor Tanner of Illinois vetoed the bill to permit the use of voting machines on the ground that such a method of voting would not conform to the constitutional provision that "all votes shall be by ballot." There has been of late such an ex traordinary craze for balloon ascents in Vienna, that the municipal council, on account of the number of accidents, has issued an order to the effect that "every one who should wish 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. — 28 August 1897

irw- J ý nb Qtleref. 0 ,=------I"---- ~ - Female Clle0gia SInstitute, .,JACKSON, LOUiSIANA... Tbe 48th session of this Institution will open Septembers 1896. The members of the Facul t'aro ladies of mclture. SPEC aL sTs in each depart wnt. Superior advantages are there by offered to those young ladies desir ing a thorough and finished education. The health of the Institution is unsur For particulars and catalogue ad. PISS L. J CATLETT, Prin., SJackson, La STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, NATCHITOCHES, LA. S Maintained by the State for the raining of teachers, Affords thorough preparation for the lofession of teach ing; full course of academic study, practical training in the art of teach. ing, one year of daily practice in sodel schools under guidance of skill ed training teachers. Class work ex emplifies the best of modern thought in matter and method of instruction. Diploma entitles graduate to teach in say public school of Louisiana without examination. Tuition free to students who teach on...

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. — 28 August 1897

'HE TRUE DEMIOCRAT. OFFICIAL JonRNmL OF THE PARIus. 'W. W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. ~Subscription, lier anutn - - 1.50. saiSr4i E 3veBY S'TIWAY. tEntered at the Post Oflice at St. Francis. ville, La.. as seconl class matter. SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1897. of tiM great Chicago wheel, dn eei mnarried Sclahstter, -the divinle hesit. st •..er." Shie seems to like men \tith weels in their Ieads.by td And All Are buooshel. e CMrs. Fgrerris, wanMorrisow of thay her t are getting to be as many brands of wl Democracy as there are brands of th Kentucky whiskey.--1Morgan City hli eview. to Ingersoll may have suid that th "what the South ieeds is silk hats se And suspenders," and ul-hallal ~nty , have said that it is "more schools, i nore railroads and more bank. th but what the South most needs is that her people should attend to if business and that ot)lher people l should quit tryimg to atttend to it - s for them. fi Apropos of the Klondyke gohl cl craze, it may be remanrke'd 'that c after all the...

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. — 28 August 1897

Tr'l l rU E EMOCIaT. ~elgio N o~ti-ces'o Gr, cc~ C11111c~ l a nt 11 .t. 1n.i 7:&u, pfI., W\cek 4Inr11ng Lent, W1i"nithty ,nd .11t -1 IH m 20 .4;x i;n. \vit11 .1 SCtt vic! ' lat Star 1113 incntii Rev X der Y w o u t h, t9l u kn t D . V a l l b iU 'r v ,cthSefl rVfoeS-at Star yoi Sara. Cort Sund: y oin t v It mont-Ii, Fel. A. ,'enet tttontb, v. F. D. V uva11;e1 LnrgL, i~tet Ghudlist. t Jlethodist Services a~t 13sy'gn Sftra. I'onrtl Snnday of~aRh Irotlth, at '171 A 'l,811 1:30 P. 1ºi4; ~I -~·r~~ · f Theprospects ildicato inl uarly frost. I. 1. William ias p1s:lanted his fall op Of potatc'ts on liif river place. eSlzo lMeyeC., colore'l, is wanted illder ^arge of violating 1t"cbr contract with , C. perkins of Laurel Ilill. TAs saOES at T. & t, Meyer's also LIlis' low quarters froim 42 cts. to $1.75. Dist. Deputy Grand Chancellor. J. I. lUnttheaws did not ,lhliver his prpnised li"tnure to the Pythian Lodge, No. 15, on .pt of being called out of town by the Sfiis bf a relative. No ...

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. — 28 August 1897

ALASKA A LAND OF GOLD MAANY DECLARE ITS MINES THE c RICHEST EVER KNOWN. f Reports That Recall Fabulous Eldorado Recent Discoverles Seem to Indicate 3 That in Alaska Is the Mother Vein of the Gold of North America. Those familiar with the history of gold mining declare that the gold fields of Alaska are among the richest both in quality and in extent that have ever t been known. The stories that the Spanish explorers heard about Eldo- t rado were n o more'wonderful than those which are now coming down from Alaska with every steamer, except that the Spaniards heard of gold already mined and refined, whereas the Alaska gold t is not yet dug. ThpSnpiniards never got their gold; the Alaskans are pt ting it by the ton. Here, for instafice, is a quotation from the issue of June 80 of the Alaska Mining Record of Juneau. It relates to the arrival of one Jack Hayes, the mail carrier for 1 the Yukon district. Hayes left Ju neau on January 14 and completed his tour of duty on June 26. After an ...

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. — 28 August 1897

Confinement and Hlard Work ildoors. particularly in the sliting pcs ur,, art Sar more prejudicial to health t'un exceasive S muscular exertion in ,he opeo air. Ilard se. denta' y w(rkers are far too weary after cfflcc bcuis to taro mu') neeful exercise in thnopent air. They often need a i.ni'. Where canll i.ey Seek invilgor ditn mor e' certanlly and agreeably than from HlcstetterL's Stomclcih Pitters, a rtleo rant particularly r: dapted to rPcruiit Ihe ea. hausted force , f nature. Use also for dyspep. lia, kidney. liver and thvumatlc ailments. i Shiftlessneso. is hard times' private secre tary. You cannot make wise a fool by feeding him on Ilh. rs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children i eething,softens the gums, reducing inflamma. flion.allays pain,cures wind colic. 25c.abottle. iMtost mortals never practice economy until they have to. No one ever got into trouble by taking his leave. Purely a Local Disease. Eczema is a local disease and needs local treatment. The irritatel, disea...

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. — 28 August 1897

ARBITRATION REFUSED. BOARD REJECTS PROPOSITION OF PITTS.- c BURG OPERATORS TO CONFER. auccess or Failure Now Hangs on the Ni Result of the Conference Workiegmen's Leaders Are to Have in St Louis Next Y Week. The national executive board of the tr United Mine Workers adjourned at of Columbus, 0., Friday after having fo issued a call'for-a conference of orgS- N nized labor to be held in St. Louis, to August 30th. The board rejected the proposition w of the Pittsburg 'operators for a con- K ference to arbitrate the wage dispute to in that district, claiming tihet such ac- to tion would be prejudic:al to the inter- L eat of the miners at large. The board is ready to consider over tures for the arbitration of the issue of the great strike only when these hi overtures come from all the operators ct in the competitive district, which in- i cludes Ohio, Indiana, l!linois, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. The board has decided not to deviate from the established policy until the result of'the...

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. — 4 September 1897

SrHE TRUE DEMOCRAT Offlolal Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. W, W, LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRH CISVILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH,;LA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. VOL. VI.---N O ,~. i " ' - , i m -- _ . . . . . . . . . u m mm ! | i • • i - m . . , i n • •• i i i I u i l I E SI ' powell, John H. Stone, P. rolovllwe. Clinton, La. ,. WELL & STONE, ..AttQo eYs - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. S ROBERT SEMPLE, agttornly .- at - Law, :ill practice in the courts of the itlh and 14th judicial districts. Dur ing vaiotion, will meet clients at the Iouon House in Bayou Sara whenever rquested. i",:tI Coupee Postoffice, La W. RIJ HARDS PERCY, Attorne.V t-Law & Notary Public, ST. F'ANC[IVILLE, LA. Will practice in the 13th Judicial District, 4th Circuit; Supreme and Federal Courts. Office in Bank Build. iDg. ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Ltawv, ST. FRANC;ISVILLE, LA. Oflige near court houso. Will prae Stieein the 13th Judicial anti Federal Courts. ...

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. — 4 September 1897

TIE6 TRUE C: DEMOCRAT. fT. ?RAmIIOJSVhLE LOISIZANA. Thegondolas of Venice are being gradually displaced by little steam boats. In 1876 there were 12,000,000books in the public libraries of the United States. Now there are 36,000,000. A Baltimore physician has printed a book on "How and What to Eat." There is room for another one now on "How to Get It to Eat." The government of the Swiss canton of Neuenburg is considering the pro ject of competing with private com panies in the business.' of life insur sace. Game birds never did, and probably never will, form more than a very small part of this country's food sup ply, so there is no such need as exists in the case of fish for propagating them at public expense. Notwith standing that fact, the proposition to extend the field of operations of the fish commission, so that it may apply to the problem of increasing the num ber of birds the methods that are suc ceeding so well with fish, is one to be highly commended, in the opinion of the...

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. — 4 September 1897

Feliciana Female Collegiatl Institute, •,JACI8ON, LOUISIANA... The 48th session of this Institution will open September 1, 1896. The members of the Faculty are ladies of culture. SpECISTs in each depart ment. Superior advantages are there by offered to those young ladies desir ing a thorough and finished education. The health of the Institution is unsur. passed. For particulars and catalogue ad. dress, ,ISS L J CATLETT, Prin., Jackson, La. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, NATCHITOCHES, LA. Maintained by the State for the training of teachers. Affords thorough preparation for the profession of teach. ing; full course of academic study, practical training in the art of teach ing, one year of daily practice in model schools under guidance of skill ed training teachers. Class work ex emplifies the best of modern thought in matter and method of instruction. Diploma entitles graduate to teach, in any public school of Louisiana without examination. Tuition free to students who teach one year after gra...

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. — 4 September 1897

DEMOCRAT. 'x2? 1SATUNALOFTIEPARISU. LE TIl AKE, JR., Proprietor. .Ithseiption, per &uiiinIn - - 4" " I $SUY.I E VFi:Y SA'IJ1:RAY. Entered at the Post Office at'St. Fraavis villy, La.. en .uccmd claw',M martter. SATURDAY, 8I", P'T. 4, 1897. ' 80ý ' tl Tan Gu d. Use 0't0p0-. by ir lute ~qually Tieublesome. tr "' T East'rn question has been i theri way le3 A thousand years or more, so 'And a Western quest in has come to `V stay- it' The question: "What's the score t" -Chicago Tribune. R you ready for the oyster ? IHe 11: is ready for you. tn Labor day is celebrated by not 'doing Itything. la -- -- --- W1 The sluggard is more apt to go W ,'to ~nhis uncle" tian the nut. Evenl McKinley fails to credit 1,tl the D)iullcy bill with the rise in' lil viwheat. di The Platt machine seemns to need greasing. Its iiintcernals are out of order. Senator Tim~rsnton of Nebraska d( will. not be a candidate for re election. St Every body has some one whom w he would like to see go to the Klon, it dik...

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. — 4 September 1897

jitOCIýAT Ri~gi otices' It Il;it1U · arlt u , . uL,, 4:30 p.. tn. ý) r F' r· :I ill ..,serer.. iheo 4er0 C" m.. (ie u .ry l ' 111Ii . n s((Q1df"''t 1 hd"' ta Hi Bell S'1. 1' p. Re v1. ý,un :ºlldet imtrr., ttii ntiatlchicCYitrlle Randay of ev.r b us, t1 e * t, lst fy-oil Sara. ti.8nndayofeadh1 ;p P. 31ul21 'erlourodicaRIAgmeiC ription received for the NEWft A TIN S - T dOCR0t1'T or any ysaspaper or Periodicatl publishcd. lo es f urn iqs ' . .1n -' 1 , e7 tR D T.'L .xl Id RD 211 Royal Street. eathir for cotton picking. I e hasold,.'Alturns" to Ven .i', Woodlil, bliss. rets of St. F.Fnlticisillo Ae t i n ag repairs, ar'der the (li"iootion of 7$tec sq. l TF.s .at T. : T eyTS also low quarters Irinl 42 cts. to $1.75. pitlf'cilltttn John Wells' laby atcrred this ,eek. The child putt l into so0e  1 hot starch and was . aolded. ° No - are.-o:PY 3' tt is the wa: Il rgll vt, TAS'rEhIy.Ss Clhlll.~ ''()Nlt "i, ailAndaT, Mladulriat. It is siyT lY Iron qiliine in a th1s tinrl. Chihlhken it ý...

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. — 4 September 1897

HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. How to Seep the Tablecloth. When the tablecloth is removed after a meal, it should not only be very sarefully folded in the creases into which it was ironed, but it should be laid away under some heavy weight. A small marble slab, if procurable, is excellently adapted for this purpose. if the well smoothed cloth is laid beneath it three times daily, it will keep its freshness remarkably and last much longer before need of change. A Point in Preserving Fruit. A very good authority on fruit pre serving considers that the plan fol lowed by many housekeepers of using a small proportion of sugar and in consequence boiling the preserve longer, is a fallacy, as the more sugar used the greater the bulk of preserve obtained, less being wasted in long boiling and evaporation, while the flavor of the fruit is more retained. A quick fire should be used, aan of course the preserve continually shred, the scum being taken off as it rises. To judge if the preserve has boiled long...

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. — 4 September 1897

-ym Inhaled with the Air, i with the water of a malarious lo .ill a certain, antidote. Experience oopdence in lics(etter's Stomach ,proventlreof thisecourge. Allover l-s and In the tropics it hns proved cer5 means of defense, and an erad iarmittent and romittent fevers, and f ml iemn-t~orn1 disease. hor is it for kidney troubles, constlption. it and nervousness. teen were to lose their reputation 5ldbe lucky. No Use to 'ry. to fret and worry and itch and Ta.t won't cure you. Tet terine will. ofkin disease, Tetter, Eczema. Salt j orm or mere abrasion of the g5ugstores, or by mail for 500. In ST. Shupttine, Savannah, Ga. his horso sense he always knows ynijeli 0 ge mot of his bad luck while ex dluck, ently cured. No fits or nervous so day's use of Dr. Kline's Great _ .2 trial bottle and treatise free. -aLtd., 931 Arch St., Phila, Pa. jho itches for fame is usually 'i[l.o'B Soothing Syrup for children h the gums,reducing inflamma -psan,cures wind colic. 25c.a bottle. priority of risin...

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. — 4 September 1897

LATE TELEGRAPH ITEMS. IN ENTIRE FAMILY POISONED BY EATING A STOLEN WATERMELON. Shot by their Boarder---Tobacco Dealers Combine---France Will Not Modify I)u. ties...The Plague Increasing...Two Aero. nauts Killed. France Will Not Modify Duties. The cabinet decided at Paris Thurs day morning that there is no ground at present for modifying the duties on cereals. President Leaves for Cleveland. The President and Mrs. McKinley and Secretary and Miss Alger left Buffalo, N. Y., Thursday afternoon for Cleveland on board Senator Hanna's yacht. Hogs Advancing. Prices for hogs are the highest in two years at Kansas City, having ad vanced 40 cents a hundred within a week, 70 cents since August 1 and nearly a dollar since the middle of July. Thinks Fdmnunds is Innocent. Sheriff Boynton believes that John Edmunds, of Colorado Springs, Col., who was arrested at Kansas City, Thurs day, on the charge of having murdered Herberi H. Kay, on Pike's Peak, did not commit the murder. Banker Seligman Dead. ...

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. — 9 October 1897

Officlal Journal of the Parish, est Feliclana and School Board. ~ EAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FHLICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1897. VOL; VI.---NO 35. ~- - "' i I II j Powell, John H. Stone, FI Sft.ranclsrille. Clinton, La. fp.OWELL & STONE, rnays - at - Law, St. Franc:ville, La. .ROBERT SEMPLE, torney - - Law, Illpractice in the courts of the B and 14th jui liecil districts. Dur- p. 'faeaticou, mill mcct clients at the te nIouse in 1:%v(,i Sara whenever se IF ?W. RICHAR S PERCY, ei trney.at-Law &. Notary Public, mi ST. I RAXC('I~\ ILLE, LA. Will practice in the 13th Judicial be etrict, 4th Circuit; Suplremo and 1M lerial Courts. ()ile in Bank Build. ------. 1i ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, ~1 ttorney - at - Law, P a] ST. FRANCISTILLE, LA. ci Ofiice near court house. Will prane -in the 13th Judicial and Federal tarts. DR. A. F. BARROW, a; ysician and Surgeon, St. Franciaville, La. u in Leake building. Telephone b answered from either Kilbourne's c: uh...

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. — 9 October 1897

TE :- TIIE :- 1DEOCRAT. PUNSuERD WEEKLY AT ST. FRANOISVILLE, LOUISIANA. i "Gone to Klondike" is beginning to acquire some of the unhappy signifi cance that "gone to Texas" used to have, declares the San Francisco Chronicle. The Louisville Courier-Journal gommends the example of the Ken luckian who started out to walk to ,he Klondike gold iV'lds. "That is :he best way to start now, because foa won't get there." The earthquakes which made a cir suit of the globe have got back :o their starting point in the West In lies. A general hope will obtain that ;heir globe-trotting will now cease. That sort of a pastimle unsettles real estate too much to be encouraged. The coolie whom jealousy drove in. sane in British North Borneo so that he ran amuck and killed fifteen peo ple, would make a good subject for Professor Lombroso's analysis. These &balays who seize their knives and lash forth to slaughter any living shing in their path are good examples of the criminal type that "sees red" w...

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