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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 26 September 1896

ý ý W-j --I - 'DEMOC Lnx 'V ýgMwoi ýu7 ottcesT ý°C°ººnut, ltulit: t.D. `.nrvlllk.cll iUrlk a ortL R e' i lIo. tl, e ýýýýsa joný:tn L~itliol ic~lýýtrc l1. AlaTr1 Lf,;t:: . ,t Ct(ver I ()onthRev. (PS d Bioi ari V~d~ScrL'iee s n t ~tymoi~ln F artll odLait of&nah nbsolltl, : at 11 A. -aQr:nI. Y. ) j iust 1hget ' part n1{tl` itlpethigý, ' 1ustt ?lgi the J1 S1' h wesi11hing at 'tlie ! gove ytlh au~tC11141 ill th ou ;ar,111'1' i (oodi at 'T'enley'I4. 111111l trade find, the R ut' Iiij l ;li(' p ilh ct osei hit of uew º' goods (ry rirtr .1egiIndll un ite to slr t~Ie d il':~ 1 hrll ltnerili Welir. U Wa'l i w ''lse in. llast [ have. No truthl1e `Wilt i 11. 'iri i ley. 1' , -ir ltim.L Au'i0 ll u g jl lg at 1tl e 1aek+i 11o - tat' I (i'hulir IiV.-tw row, (Sii 2 ii i shtn11' :1l ltop It+` (illr ~ hywl Vill III iis , notl 1:3 P. 111. SmIl'rut ! II iii 1i r iles l t he mornlrnrui ing til Mat win will dif*t' Stalln Gray lair'> ii Dark. z an" in y iu - (ln ltr a t li lit'tit flint i ill r ir ...

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. — 26 September 1896

open the door, let in the air, The winds are sweet and the flowers faIr; Joy is ;broad in the world to-day, if our door is wide ropen he may come this way. Open the door. Open the door of the soul, let in Sttrnng pure thoughts, whichI shall Ibanish sin; They will grow and bloom with gracodiviuo. Acnd their fruit shall hi sweeter than :hat of the vine. Open the door. Open the door of the heart, lot in Symrnrathy sweet for strauger and kin; It will make thu halls of the heart so fat That angels may enter unaware. Open the door. --Philadelphia Times. DEVELOP ENT. BY LUKI SHIARP, S Stanmore turned the corner and saw the other man ap proach, he thought A. there was some thing familiar in thesetof his figure, in spite of the general dilapida tion of his appear anece. As they neared each other, Stanmore involun i tarily paused and the other looked nervously at him, suddenly exclaim ing as his eye lighted up: "Good heavens, Mr. Stanmore, is this actually you?" "Yes," replied Stanmore. - "It...

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. — 26 September 1896

Be: le E tiwhen You need medicine. For blood. titenrvestomach, lier, nothing equals int r: it sen efe Hoo s: Sarsaparilla bu pOlefrueBlood Purill r. Alldruggilsts. the the illsre all Liver Ills. 5 cents, A iEI:SS HINT. ga r y ill sowe women persist In fro 1ippiDg those patent sleeve extenders lir pside their thinnest grass cloth and in dlaid shirt waists' If they could oyealize eth e'fect when they stand ty lthe sualglht: X rays are nothing i ti jpatrison. These sleeve extenders be adbe of wire or whalebone, placed of sre of criss-cross fashion, making an we pe" ork tricturn that shoves the otl leeve out front tihe' shoulder. Benth a heavy matet'rial they do lot show so plainly. but with a plain a AV. Sfabric dralwn over them the wiry scaf-as folding look: hidrots. ~Just see tih skeleon Ilady from the dime IS1cum'." whispered a mischiev- C1 dis girl to her toipaluio n as a cadaver. 'i . anlooking worncll settled.l herself op. site thet in the stlreet car. She was si e' tion, awfully...

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. — 26 September 1896

IEWSY WASHINGTON NOTES. The Most Important Doings of Statesmen and Officials. SCADETS APPOINTED TO WEST POINT, Vice-President to IPresidle at St. Louis -Pensions G/ranted-Silver Coinage During August-Treasury Statement -National BHanking System. Cadets Appointed to West Point. Cadets lhave been iappointedl to the United States Military Academy as follows: 'T. A. Mitchell, of Delta. Miss., alternate; J. A. Pierson, of Wilderville, Teun., alternate; Bates McF. Allen, of Austin, '1'cx., alternate. Tireasury Statement. The treasury Friday lost $50,500) in gold coin and $1.1,000 in bars, which left the true amoumnt of the gold re serve $114,401),17;. 'T'here was depos ited in the New York sahtreasury $241, 800 in gold coin in exchange for cur rency which d(lid not appear in the lal ance above Stated. Silver Coinage During August. A statement prepared at the mint bureau shows that the silver coinage (iuring time month of August aggrega ted $2,650,000. This yielded to time government a pro...

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. — 3 October 1896

r1.f - ,)_-NO 4___. Official Journal. of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board.. LEAVI~~4E, Jr,, Pub. gad Prod. NV. I 1 \WIS\ III, 1\ !'ý+ti'~I' X\~l~'Alt 1'11 11, .LA., SATIUR)DAY, OCIOIWIE3 189(. VOL. 5i.---N) 4 - Ta .-.1 "- , r '' . . . T , " . . .. - + . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -r l . . . . .. . ":~ . . . . . ell John H. Stone, Fnwell, ill ito , L.t. POWELL & STONE, ,r -aC1 t - Lott w, Sgt. E neusvil'le, Ina. w. I. IEiCYY. 'iMPLE & PERCY, i yr . -' t , 1 . L a. n p~ractice in auy court in this ice in Bank Bruilding.-- 4 - TGClILLE, .LO U.I l.slNA. t.. A. . BARROW, I lician a nd Surgeon, i Et. ]r i vlle,' , La. i Leske building. T'i(elphine ,wered fr'nl , ither K ilbo iurne ' foru's drug stor'cs. DR. H. LOFTOJN, Crown aluil l i.!:. 1 ti tr. Clint', oi l . 1 -,th ,f t ac Ey POWELL, D.D.S., U ldcsvilit, ' Sprepared t...

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. — 3 October 1896

LOUISIANA ELECTION LAW, No. 137.) AN ACT 'o pleserve the purity of the ballot by regulating the manner of holding and conducting elections; by prescri bing the time and methods in which nominations shall be made and certi fied; for providing for the division of parishes, cities and towns into con venient election precincts; by provid ing for the appointment of officers to conduct uwlh elections and defin ing their ,!uties, by describing the manner in t'hi;'h the votes of elec tors .halj ita teal:cn, anlh the count and retulrns thlereof toade; by providing for t?,: 1,utaiushnaint of violations of this la v. aun repealing all laws in conflict w itl thel arne. Section L. Ie it enacted by the gen eral assemhly of the State of Louisi ana, that all ballots cast in all elections and fou delegates to any constitutional conventieo after the first day of No vembae in the year eighteen hundred and ninety six shall be printed and dis tributerd at public expense, as herein after, ;:ovided. Tho ...

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. — 3 October 1896

Sfurther enacted, ete., cer osinners and clerk, and car Cohatl harged with the con- cep o teetn under this Act, shall oth elec upon the discharge of ina tlthe oath prescribed by onl tep Constitution, the oath abl plt the d by an officer qual- ad( ai dminister oaths, and if in ,t tbe paresent, the Commis- Lbn bicer adnister the oath to sll adiit unh it .t further enacted, etc.. be o colmmissioner shall for aointed, and if one of those a Pbeen appointed be present nt o beeafter' the time fixed for the o he poll, the person shall1 igt and elect the commis- da' presnide at the election, who at pr he duties of the reg orte cotmmissioner, should ne of the onimissioners appoint- da of the shall appoint another, elt Shall appnoint a third, foi tmmiotsloners so appointed the oath and perform all the an e mnissioanth' s of election in an -mann'raa if they had been thl a abovn e provided, by the ec fd sulervis~s. No election th vtid by a failure to open the wi t ime oprr(ribed by law, un- l...

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. — 3 October 1896

TillE TRUITE 1)EIOCAT. (*ýV ;t I AL* ,O' ?,ALuF'rTlE .)A.R 'W. \. 3,I:Ai1E, J fe., P-'A;'rict o)'. ; ,tI. rip:io , dr ad ual - - ,ji50. S'ATU Rl)AY, OCT. 3, I 1896. Demnocratic Ticket. o Foor t Pe'et k : W &. J. BRYgAN, ef ..e;blra:.ka. For Vice Presilent: ARTItUR. SEWTALL, of .tl;i,,ae. For CoIgress, Sixtii I)istl'itt: HON. S. M. 3. ROBERTSON. I'olling Precincts. hst WV,'rd Poll I at Court oiupe in St' ... ..... .... ....*.... . raltwin vill,. 1.,t Ward P'ill 2 at. Irvine's Mtore Bayou ................... ....... l'l. ".,I +" " I " tar l lill, torn. ;:r! . 1 " ('Jadei nin'i storo. 1h1 . . '' l.:urel Hill. :,th ' " 1 '' (,range iall. allh ' " 1 " Lac Lavcit. 7th " " 1t " Wini'~store. ..............ocenpited by 'T.' H.Row. Sti ". I + Ilaile's tore. t " 1 "'' Win. 8(e.wart's store 1th " " I ''" Brick C'hurch. .Jury List for October Term, F'ius' Wr`'EEK. NAMIES WARD 1 1'1 Fort 3 2 1l NII .\ur.ten 5 I . 1 G;ast r.ll 3 II tI. Lptrz I10 1+ A ; Liri:rut, 1 7 L.oi Spillman 5 1; l V \bi...

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. — 3 October 1896

Notices. ý e' ery Wntb. 1¾v. \''. iý , 1 '1. iit; ]!. r ýpF U oa f veTrttti , Ry nee p ITI Mt. Orclf 2t'ac'k lxIo nt b, nt 11 A . 31t $I. 11. jeifl=U `at itk Siic tit1 ., 1lii~ iii Mli 'M t '; 1.;crntitl *. lirr N--eW bodtt hdIh t:t(f liu 1 1iee !'ls til ý wgt idW I 1 i ý-- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I fi iii~~lý$. lu }I(hElio ANIrll l1)0T~ KU' 'ill olii St. r ºil'i:~ ie 1t 1(t$ (.;til OV.B i!4 Alll.1li wii le WericcV (l !!'lot itwt o'"Iltter to ~ iIti ?Il payrith !dol y Mut otly ,I~tlnl sts'.r t he Sitnl3 lilit'( o) give to ot' ii t vs j t:i IV Ii'tM .'ete, it ia; iii ir l it i't(I p1 t b i t, tly t)d flb 3;t ~ ul Q'iltb in `t"igcutra iitittti', iii. ulitit tli tie 1s Ali l t hu luditi Wi ttvi' t b r ( 31i' Ciiis \kl'er1c I. 6,t le itit lll, byu n ;ti' ii3 I eiit' t w 11)( 9t4' 11,l o (41S (toot dipest y' e L'" ,c il o :tid wi I l 1. I I' t'i 'a gl c I tgnn to 11 ( ci i l;' S tn-II lil P'vi(Jl nr$ c)1ti f or 15 w ii 01. l WAYl at ehe o. 3atylre oul b,(i~ til t: si Itanagveru l~s till.(ou~ l ocal t ...

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. — 3 October 1896

i I % TO A LADY OF THE ROAD BY CLINTON ROSS. ANY times we dis Scussed it after the weary day was over, and the morrow promised but another as weary. We saw before us vacation, and Arcadia. Tom mie said you could find it on a wheel; and finally he persuaded me. My per suasion was complete the third day out. To be sure, we had not yet found Arcadia, but we had the flavor of some good health already, and were hopeful that when we least expected it we should cross the boundary. The road had gained our spirits. And so feeling fit, and our hearts attuned to simple, natural things, we rode into that bosky wood which was to be the scene of our first misadven ture. The road was smooth and prom iseful, through the branches at our right was the glimmer of a lake, where Tommie said we might loaf comforta bly for an hour with our pipes. 'So we left our steeds by the roadside and went down by that shore, stretching ourselves out for comfortable contem plation. An hour must have passed when Tommie...

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. — 3 October 1896

S eet on a hot day to keep a sand a small sunshade on 01e's head. If you don't do rF ....uently with cold water. ,atbe f't'"' re tn tlf just now to procure good pads to prevent sores. Replace th breast stroIps if possible. A tender7 s 'ed lIorses will get td necks and ta1ils in hot d espite aeC precautions, but er ecuse i'Ur the existence of ijs n urner sor'es on horses. They eto tilth., nelect :utl the use of pe fittillg harness ci 1taFor Form f IMonoman'a. aisl" assor eople, rational enouh ln al ripect, who are certainly Imononmani Srethm!ves. They" are constantly ti p eriments upon their stomachs, their 1k their livers and their kidneys with l When these orcans are b tnostufrder. if they wolld buly use - of e -l Bitterw, they would, if Olely insane, perceive its superiority. el J~----- ei Sdotbh best discover vice; but e YdOucoservruc. W -United States Army is now at 600 men short of its maximum m 5000, but the enlistment returns h June show a slight increase in ac rs over pre...

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. — 3 October 1896

BILL ARP'S LEIT'E". VARIOUS TOPICS DISCUSSED fY THE PIIILOSOP'lHEIR. People and Aftairsof the Day Ilandlcd In Vigorous Siyle. One time there was a generous, big. he,rted man by the name of Colonel Griffin living at Gaineaville, Ga., and his heart's desire was to see peace on earth and good will among men. o His hand was open as the ~diy to charity, but his chief delight was to reconcile those who were at enmity and make peacebetween unbors. He worked dili gently along this line for several years and was called the peacemaker, but in course of .time he seemed to lose his influence, ,iud if hesucceeded in smoth ering a quarrel it broke out again. Politics got rampant and church mem bers got at outs, and it took a good deal of his time visiting around and pleading for peace. At last he pon dered over the matter and, like old Rip Van Winkle, he "swore off." "I can't do it, judge," he sadly confessed to hisold friend, Judge Lnmpkin, "I can't do it. I thought I could reform mankind; but I...

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. — 10 October 1896

"; " `v"-.. ..." . . 1:"' .. .xl .i-; , ..: 7s'-~"' ...... " " ýi-'," "'`: - '!'':'' a " .:rv` °.r "''k 4' ' . ý,"T.  ::-- '::,!-,-: .. . . Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. r., Pub. a Prop. ST. FýANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARIS, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1896. VOL. 5.---NO. 40 .w. Pre A. TEursol Vice.Pre m I. John H. Stone, ud ýowevl, ll Clinton, La. IWELL & STONE, .eyS - at - Law, St, Francisville, La. W. B. PEBOY. t The 41 EMPLE & PERCY, will a ne at .-" Law. memb( s ~ eulture practice in any court in this ment. by off( lie in Bank Building.- ing ao ,-yLE~ , LOUISIANA. The h passed F. A. F. BARROW, For Iclan and Surgeon, dress, St. Frsncisville, La. u Leaks building. Telephone w(ere1 from either Kilbourne's oford'5 drug stores. TiIEII --Is a Is DR. H. LOFTON, reaso] NT TIST ellen Crown and Bridge Work   a Specialty. in St. Franoisville on the 1st Clinton on the 15th of each ISY POWELL, D.D.S., To anobivilie, Louisiana, ...

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. — 10 October 1896

PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Judge Cole, of the District of Co. lumbia Supreme Court, who a few weeks ago refused to naturalize an Italian because the man admitted thrt he did not understand the Con atitution and was unable to compre hend the form of government existing here, has made another ruling on an application by a German for admis sion to citizenship, rejecting him be cause he was unable to read English. The Austrian War Department has adopted an improvement on the Manalicher .rifle, which brings the wveight of that weapon down to seven pounds four ounces, and makes it by far the lightest magazine gun in the world. The new pattern will not at once supercede the old one, as the bore is unchanged, and the same cartridge is used for both, but the factories at Steyr-Pesth will hence forth make nothing else, and the sub. stitution will be as rapid as1is con venient. Pig-iron traders in the Birming. ham (Ala.) district are developing an I active trade with Euro...

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. — 10 October 1896

E: R A WHALE. r0 of an Almost Extinct In try on Long Island. only ent Following the Cry I bi.e.tere She Blows." . . on Long Island is not ral extiUCt industry. Sag iiar r nlost it prestige in this respect, rg01. sett has succeeded to the Hf eiu the whaling headqnar. hL Island. There the prim y ,adiios of the oid-fashioned ,s prv'iail to a greater extsint Sý.ie",, and whaling captatiul 0 b1sxenol live and die in that I hamet es they did of yore in "andoilu nd Sag Harbor. is nby the shore at either end of litht ~ Auuaganstt stands a tall a ,t' eith, a rude sal:ty conll Alt .li rambiling fashiou at the S1It is rariy that any flag floats tab tieoe poles, and yet every day 4 ha bitauts glance at dozen times rtl , hoping to see the fluttering S a)g oiu' to the sea breeze. The ier u, icqilire the meaning of ' , gles~1oleS, or conclude niatur se that they belong to the signal ser o1 torps of the Weather Bureau and of noirther'thought to the matter. itif he hupp-ens upon the beach a ee cvent...

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. — 10 October 1896

THI'E TERUE DEMOCRAT. Br OFIICITAL JouRNALOF1.' THE PARISH. W.W. W A.AK1Y , J&r, 1'roprietor. filly-I Sl.,uscriplion, per annum - - 1.50. h _ been SATURDAY, OCT. 10, 1894;. a lift Democratic Ticket.i was I For Presiuldet: t ie three WK. J. BRYAN, They of V1Nebraska. rid ,( 'O'r Vicet President: want ARTHUR SEWALL, of Maine. I ec; they For Congress, Sixth Dishietr : tiry HON. S. l. ROBERTSON. plan: Jury List for October Term, the I 1Oil '( NAMES WARI) dol 1 E B Fort 3 . JNH Anusten 5 agalg 3 HughConnell 9 vith 4 A 'T astrell :1 o 15 H C lopez 10) 14 A B Briant 1 7 Lo1is Spillman 5 18 II B F White F S y ') 1E Spillman 5 1 10 V ) Haraldan, 3 11 John Dawsau.u 0i 12 S C Stirling 3 wat 13 . F Roberts 4 i res 14 WI Tenney 1 all 11 Jo. Sawyer 4 16 Chas Tadllock 1 17 Wmn McPherson 10 trlon 18 T W Ray nham 1 I) l 19 Thos Neal 1 8e 20 C'hns Weydcrt 1 :21 Bat Hardl:,on 10 2 .10o D) Smith 10 for 23 I' aJohnson not 24 Wardmen Sullivan ino 2o Moua McWaters '7 26 II Fowler 9 (Al 27 R Mattinauly...

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. — 10 October 1896

1 j~~ii )EI)VMO RAT. ~r "ous Notices.~es. $yerVicP$ St Star l1ll. Still in every yniith. Rev. W. aJll flnld it. Third Sii titl in ('lrtb, ll il '" 1). Vonvwlilkerlburg i, *jtit . an CanflinoisChirech. ,.4°` t ii ry ofavlit. (I every to onth,, Rev. `tr tbdlt SenicaR at BayouiSo ra. ortb }fl. of tiiah imouth, at 11 A. a Oll1:p M J(IYP iIIa IIW clo- vet. ule f o h lev. Dl. r. I)oi -1 ot : , ovetl into their new hoi le e5tlY ollis week. Croup Quiokly Cured. ;,ti ll ien, Ark.-Our (bhilgtesn Ol tfering writh r.ronp when we re- : lvda bottle of Chaunberlain's Cogi hll itlh'. It afil'.ded almost instlant re Iý' A. ''Thorltonl. 'hi's celebratied Nc y is for alo hy L. P. Kilbourne, ggiat. Lr "oI catlnot , fatil to nIIot i ill to- onl 11.,N l r the ad. 0o the big auc - n ol horses onl Mot'lay ntext, at eit . lh irttn Si abll e, 11yo' S ar:l, J. I, CODSO. I:,ACTICAL MATTIRESS lA- IpA Rlt AI) UPHOLUSTERER, th ill be in St. ItFraicisville, La., until O~v 1st All patrons wanting work ,'e Is1lld ...

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. — 10 October 1896

(. r 1 C4i~i +//hard thingl tll dto--)ropuose, to a pr" I' C .- "iri. It just sort of slipped out; S( hi, ltd necc',htet( mht and it was all Sbeore bfo re 1 realized it. _ "."Sober sort of dui':tr--that 0 --good sort of chap tio, I g uess i TI tlled the whole business for me i dozen words, without making th L, , . ..Ii.'i , Ir ,,, wgl a w l; w a r d , e it h e r . .. '" ... . f tl.ll "Well, the Mater will be satin now. I will settle down, and the The: Transion1 of 0onstance, thing I can do,,, too. "She's a dear little girl, pretty BY E. RAY LOUNSI.Ui. picture and quite exceptionable; ; the Mater will acknowledge that. "Yes, it will be. quite the match of "IIeigh-ho! I'll go home now the se;ison! Let inc cougratulate the gald tidings and he rejoiced you, M~iss Blake," makinig an elabor- accordingly." ate coutrtesy, showing a flash of daz .zling. theth and it fleeting dip of dimu- Connie, in her bridal robes pi('s ai;s she Mailed at the pretty re- heavy ivory satin, stood again hi ...

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. — 10 October 1896

Sof thlle courts of justice liddle Ages were sometimes bto us--by ludicrous per t~p - For instance, in France es. th years of 1120 and e, etI were recordd the trials o1 ljere lulanls, the last delinquent an1 unfortunate cow. The ani. ~,,la led were not only those ac" d to direct a;iults lI. human. stk asorilg; a I lA to death or clC lild. hut tlie jIt'stl'i of those sa la.llous intl'lt in the an e of nmali byl :"n; ::llllll or in iere ~s a rt' l!:,'r case or ac :o be fc!!ov'cL _.i ti .e casets. 0 c'se where a district was over t :rats, muice. tle:as, locusts or I :n aivocate was appointed est for the creeatures accused. tle were publicly summoned tires to appear before the court certain 1date; and if they did not srwhich of course was the case tral proceeded in their absence, if their lawyer could not make a r defense they were ordered to the country under penalty of ex , Strange to say, this dire pen scented to have no etrect on the ils and insects, and they often be ,lore num...

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. — 10 October 1896

BRYAN IN MEMPHIS. The Boy Orator Addresses 10,000 Enthusiasts. William Jennings Bryan arrived in Memphis, Tennessee Monday morn ing at 7:30 o'clock. The night's run from St. Louis was made on the Illinois Central. vestibule limited ex press, and was without special incident. A committee of Memphians, headed by Cul. John Overton, Jr., chairman; C. T. Fitzhugh, Col. William N. Carroll, Col. John R. Goodwin and R. A. Odum, es corted Mr. Bryan fr(mg St. Louis. Thousands of people were at the Pop lar Street station to wl ess the arri val of the Democratic candidate. The famous Neely Zouaves were at the immediate entrance to the station and escorted Mr. Bryan and his Mem phis committee to the Peabody Hotel, where the party breakfasted. One of the features of the demonstration at the depot was several instantaneous aerial salutes, equalling the noise of a twenty pound cannon, given by General Peter Tracy, in honor of the distinguished visitor. Mr. Bryan, at 10 o'clock, was escorted to the ...

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