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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 17 October 1896

Official Journal of the Parish of West. Feliciana and School Board. B J r., Pub. ad Prop. STI. FRAN'I CI SV I ;IS WlEST FWý IQ 1A PIARNTISH, .AA, A S.l'l'Rl)Alt 1 . 90' VOL T.---NO. 36. Poelll John H. Stone, Fe Fo rille. Cihinton, La. oWELL & STONE, Sat - Law, St. Fraucisville, La. W. R. PrERCY. Li. The EMPLE & PERCY,. will at -a Law. mei ut3 cult practicd in any court in this Die]i by ce in Bank Buildin g. CVILLE, LOUlSTANA,Ž ht SA. F.:BARROW, I Iclan and Surgeon, dre St. Frsuciville, L.. Leake lUlilding. Ttlfephono. ered from either Kilb'ourn(' for's drg ;storesI i--H DR. H. LOFTON, )V NTIS T. c town rail Tri Ige Work a pceci lty. in St. Fraucisvillti ou tlle 1st Clinton on the 15th of each Y POWELL, D.D.S.,I ENTIST, ncievilie, - Louisina , ci repared to do all wortk in at' line. Oiice aa resi ce. is I'18 T, Gastrel, i BiWA4RE, STOVES, WA(GON CAItIAGE WOOD O t'.l o Furnishing Ccod. - PE, 1yOODs' M!tIM> MA PIES, IAY RAItES, SASH, INDS, DOORS, ETC. OSEPH STEM, ti ....Deal...

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. — 17 October 1896

TilE -:- TRUE-:- DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT I ST. FRANC ISV 1 LLE, LOUISIANA. The first of a series of memorial tablets was put in position the other day at the public library, Kansas City, Mo. It was in memory of Horace Greeley, but the name was spelled "Greely." The silver coinage of France con tains only forty per cent. of its face value in silver. The Government re fuses to accept francs bearing the effigy of Charles the Tenth, Louis Philippe, and Napoleon the Third without the laurel leaf. The question of the "stopping" capacity of a bullet, fired from the aifie which is now the standard arm of British infantry, has reached a some what acute stage. Wherever the rifle has been used against a savage foe, it has proved comparatively ineffective. Unless the bullet strikesa vital organ, it no more stops a wounded man' charge than would a popgnn. Every political campaign has its pe culiar superstitions. These supersti tions are often "powerful agents in ringing men to the polls an...

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. — 17 October 1896

j tweel ~r' TRAP. I ~r ever' 31 o SSI E ANIALS with SCAUGIll. elepi _part? way. l haped Pen the Elc- "w WCer Driven, Causing here ere la aterd g Loss of Life-A tire, ptare Iitiout Equal. ing s -- blan OAT think you of a drove vanc of 236 elephants, trum- paOe peting with rrage, mrad a ow mith pain and terror, o like a herd of frightened Heve That would makeo a show thaor gsome distance to see; and, not .was necessary to go as far as of Unfortunately, too, the priceof w 5s was nigh; for most of and aid for admission to d ip nothing less than their desi A few, however, escaped, and stro theee Ir. William Bowles, an man by birth-told me this gave gd although the affair oc- save n the year of the Queen's Ju- end be ya that so far as his knowi- toen no detailed account has ever the 5blished. then chad ome to Africa," said MIr. reac for the purpose of catching ents nI The trap was planned by the rge Sanderson, Superintend- brol jBritish khedahs at Dacca, ling probably the largest ever con...

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. — 17 October 1896

T' F: TRUE D)EMIOOCRAT. O)FmIC[Ix. IOUBK& oI1p1'tF. PARISH. W. WV. LE-AK, Jl., Ibroprletr.' 8sIImuriptior, pe9.1' ---an:I-i - - 1. SAt~tf tl.,b AY OCT. 17, 189U.1 'Democratic Ticket. F'or l'4'5141p1 WX. J. BRYAN, 01' Nubsuskai. AITifUli. SE WALL, of M uii o. Irlr Co.grr et! , Sixth I)istriot IIOY. K. M. IROBIERTSON. .Jut List for October Tern.; Fflw' 1 r rm( . YA1ýW' ARD 2 E B Forert 2 . N H Aiiatovi !l*nhC(;o iell" 9 ...i 4 A '1' (Iiaxrrpll QI At R Nrian 1 f7 Lort ills a H( f it P 1fl te A, f ) it U Apillrnun I i}0 1"' t))lfttldºncou 8 It JMhn Diiwsoo I 12 A~ tirlin; 135 . l F rf.4 . 4 1i .J oh S yWur a It) &ThN4I.ra liwk 1 17 Wria )lert'hrn4n lb " 18 T"W fnynhaui 1 19 Thos Nel 1 :') ('1::1 Wrilert 1 x! ?tot ?literwcsou 1() ?4 Jonl) Smith 10 24 Wardei 8ullivna 1i S% MoSe bMcWaters '7 .11 11 Fowler 1t *i It Mlattingly n ON .1 Sadtdena . 29 hldward Antler :() Dauvidi Taylor Sr 4 1 L Itlisl T~nnf tr :1 :"' B ?en - sco po 1 :I I} N ýItewrazt 7 :f4 Mo~rris Ilnrggs , }Yrank flonr...

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. — 17 October 1896

jD OCRAT. RJigio Notices. * er'I~rr"s n ia 1c·Ni. ý'ýgtylt ý1 TNsa .a r, vr W'itlh, )ýrý. n'. ý 1' 41110 , tnptWa. I'hitrtl Suhllr y inr .ulcruth, VW r, 1>T. ý unrnllknhtt rgrr il .1C4At 1u(InaI Cu tia~he Ci, ictrn!II '" Odj, lerrk'iee4 at 31n3 4)Z paira. 1'J~ rirth Su n +.1fj:1 * a~ Il It J it t , a t It A . i, s j'it -l l {t'i fft he' l Z is - ttt -t le Croup quickly Cured. f t ;muittfliiI 0itcs, Ark..-Oitr children a bottle of :ttamlnrr:r il:'a C'1112 '' diyl it a.nurtL n Jlini.C ien(nt rt SA'f'lI(W1lun. 'Lhiny (4:1l4llruted v ;ttw' y ilr "lo I L. 1'. I· itb utcn l , ) l) i teit'At' bty I Ithe diflctt·lty of* s'e. Jt11116sitiab ei '"ut I)Iltl, Tilt' 1 yoItun j. I. CODSO. " IPRACTICAL M11ATTIl1:s, MAI. KER AND UPHOLSTERERt EOi'. 1s All .:itrIuly wanting work lubu alcuuhl M 1Nl in itiiges t IU . . Mulki'r liiltuse, w hitl will lbe v'ivbtI S1( b13' tIe` I1em)'itl ii1 Mr. A. 11.t i :,rlls ati tlie i,1a I i.~ u~fft:tf& arlry This Girl, Scmebody! do. tv IHc ttiUn i ldt'or.t 42sh...

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. — 17 October 1896

T HE KNIGHT OF THE BURRO. 3Y i ROSf . L. ELLERiBE. BY U11055. 1 IT, my love is but a lassie, a wee and win some lassie, she,"sang Sa deep baritone voice, with careless aban don. A girl who was strolling along the mountain path stop ped and looked about her in wonder. On one side ross the rugged mountain, on the other lay a deep gorge. Where was the singer? The question was answered by a stal wart mafs:oline form swinging around a sharp turn in the pathway just ahc'd of her, and coining to a sudden stop. Evidently a "maiden tair" was an onexpected vision on this lonely mountain trail. The hesitation was only for an instant; removing his hat, he said: "I beg your pardon. The path is so harrow hero I'll go Iack a bit," and he turned. The girl fo:lowed him with an amused smile. "If it were only the least bit dan gerous," she thought, "this would really hb an auiventuira; but it's not, more's the pity." She murmured her thanks to the young man, who stood respeetually aside to allow her p...

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. — 17 October 1896

sting where Senator Ed. ýigpe aing on arbitration, a up her soprano voice and m for arbitration, but not t free." of rictltnri Morton 30,000 acres of timber are every day in the United Sfactoes, railroads, fences, nabildinrs" e failure of tho scheme isderto of the Australian f· ederation formulated l s the result of borne conference of 1890, the S socceses of the movement for .on seems assured. letricitY and Water Power. no form tof energy that is S clo in its benelits to the nd comfort of the world as te. " ]energy· Is no force of means so plent! *title condition as electricity, gto the Electrical iReview. jngo kind of power that can be ltely cntrolled by a consumer ca power. Is no source of energy so easy or so richly provided s wa is no form of u;tion that is Sperpetual titan a waterfall. is no machiliC thbat depreciatces efor the amotunit of woak it per Sthh dynalino. is no u(dintln of trausnmision otieasted by tr: usimittiug power wire. re is no form of inv'stment Imore in of c...

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. — 17 October 1896

THE CRIME OF 1873. HOW ACT DEMONETIZING SIL VER WAS PASSED. It Wans flushed Through Congress With sot Being Read oand DI)ehate lVWa Shut Off by the Previous Questbon-People Never Heard of It. Arkansas Gazette: It has been often rehearsed, so often indeed that one would think every citizen of the ':oun try was familiar with the facts, but they are not, or if they read about it they have forgotten the facts. The act demonetizing silver wIas smuggled through congress. Less than a half dozen members knew of it. President Grant, who signed the lilI, was utterly ignorant of it. Judge Kelly, of Pennsylvania, thc'clarci.mani of the committee on coinage, 'weights' and measures at the time, when tharged with having advocated the die monetization of silver, said in a spcteh in the house; "In connection with the charge that I advocated the bill which ldemonetizedl the standard silver dol lar, I say that, though chairmani."o the committed % coinage, I was as ignor ant of the fact that it would d...

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. — 24 October 1896

JIE TRUE DEMOCRAT Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. gi. LFAKE, dr., Pub. and Prop. s'I. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA l'ARISII, IA., SATIRI)AY, OCTOBER 24, 189. VOL. 5.---NO. 3 •eý ýn •, •gýE Jr. Pub nul nmPnoop, •u | •. .. . .. .. ..1 ego ypfhaioflal %ntarb e tr , John II. Stone, . i ,owe lle, Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, ct r .-h at - La w, ' ttorfcl !* St. Francisville, La. leig gW. R. PERCY. i sxPLE*I The SEMPLE & PERCY, will S" at -- Larv. men .R. ýo1.uttrney "a cultt ril4 practice in any court in thimen t. Iby o Id toffice in Bank Buillin:g.-- iig I Il .-11,'sLL, LOUISIANAX . The a DR. A. F. BARROW, . W.dret  ,~sian and Surgeon, i St. Fraucisvillt , La. neIti ake lnilding. l.ephdone , aswerel front (ither K;illournu '. ~ nfurti'S drug stores. T a1 DR. H. LOFTOe , Is a wouDENTIST. celi thai Crown and Plri:l.e Woi'k theia a Specialty. t bein St. Francisville on the 1st I a in Clinton on thi 15th of each S lth. e DNEY POWELL,. D.D.S., to ...

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. — 24 October 1896

THE -- TRUE " DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. It 1 said that locomotives use a third of the coal mined in England. Russia has the most rapidly increas ing population of any country in Eu rope. The growth in the last hun dred years has been a fraction under 1,000,000 annually. The British crown is the heaviest in the world. The Prince of Wales, however, will never be able to at. tribute his baldness to that fact, ob serves the Washington Star. United States Consul O'Hara, at San Juan del Norte, Nicaragua, says: "Four hundred bicycles in Nicaragua would bring about more wagon road improvements in five years than have been made during the country's 400 years of civilization." New styles of pets are coming into vogue. Narragansett women the past season discarded pugs and led about Angora cats in pug dog harness. And an enterprising citizen of Alaska has lately captured and tamed a young whale, broken it to harness, and now dashes over the briny deep at the rat...

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. — 24 October 1896

AJOR PEN DALL A Christmas Love Story. IB FRB ANK R. STOCKTON. CV,:,TE . mo: 4th of Dcemnber, 1880, I was for loe of little cucuntry railroad A in ' a te of pyrplexity. Near bot i~tn as chair by the stove, was fll ing lso in a state of per- mu .oun la c, us both stool the in :ity.ter, vlho hall h(ern in a state pai 5 sbu5 was getting out of it. we you wait hero ten niinutes," he tail d I'll e what I can do for ly I r a l an Sotele 1 r 1 pire S is 501 bl( of The itatft Waen wa t this: Miss t AIth lay by the stove, was on WC elnYto join a Christmas patV at the an e of her uncle, MIr. Dolii or, some I miles fsom the station, and I, in- bo to the same house, had been le- 1l ted to meet her on the ltralin. We us Sood fretods, an rid had studied art ther in Paris. When we left the su in i mo:ning train, a little snow was an *iningto tall. 0an( as wt :ourneyed sh wardwefounll the snow7f all heavier sh heavier, and we had arrived at I his Fa tevillage of Boynton at 3 o'clock in su federnoon...

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. — 24 October 1896

T' IE TRUE DEMOCRAT. O FICIALJOUI NA. .OF''IIE PAISIIST. %V. 'A. 11 Wi iE, JiiR., Proprietor. ý"l,;It sri~iptiuui, ,r ulnwl tnfi -1 ii Uttc .t at til tI'ost >ficn it . St. Fraluei54 Villel, La.. Us s&eos-i el:iscans u ttter. SA'r1JBI)AY, OCT(:'1. 24, ISM.r, Democratic Ticket. For President : WH, J. . BRYAN, For Vice President: AARhTi U RI SE WALL, of Maine. For Co( gress, Sixth Distriit: lION. S. M. ROBERTSON. Presidential Electors. J XV McFarlanld, Ben Michlel, A Voorhies, S J IKolllman, G A Fournet, Lee McAlpin, IR M Steele, J ' 1H owell. Juiry List for October 'Term, NAMEf4 WARD .frcom) Wr~l~rsti 1 W It Smith 10 2 ,1 F4 dry.ntnu 3 Willie Wado 10 4 W If Mle&a1 1 5 W W~ilcox :3 B WVni Iarg.ivrre 10 7 1'. 1 I'qitet'tson 8 Ii 8tcrni't 4 2 A Vi lrlcrt 1 10 'iarm Mots 1 11 Lou i.< Wesrt 9! 12 0 (i IUll(?U11ui 13 A f Wison II .IUM l'oI')I 1 1:) N Ira.sa.ui- .. 1 1ti Snrgent. 1'ºey - 1 17 Mile'y Woit 4 Is .Jimi EI~Iey 1 19 p 8 'Pt.y .5 '20 L J 1I:,ieiR 21 A L O;reuniind 1 2...

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. — 24 October 1896

il' 7jP'~ T) ICR AT. oe e fgj "--"F otice3 to ý, ,otti~rtar lull. tory. t dl Y I ltl ,tin. 'ljirt1 S~la it, k. Mr. UOt lhi tttCattllEºlie ( hurell F'..-0. j 0 i' fM) ('Ili.t. i~'u1 11lI(1'O diyce, rvc' tIý:~o ma lion ýjetII1r Sc ,"rt ieºrth Slllldl. of 1e~th jiioii l, at 11 A.. ])r. 'J" froml n ' J;. - ~ ! p o l l S (i 1 1 Pa s it , 6 Mº r . (10 ufit 4 ll. N1i. 11t lte t p t v~L'tIi~ttlY, ý'. :3rdl. stIiot wil " iv tiv3 t. ,º IJrelrl ",'it u I )11 is hutb trin 1;:i~i i EWALL AND '11-3 1' Th~ri. gust Croup Quttickly Cured. tla bottle of t b 0iihetlitiil's (siough ait.1 ulled.' It jjlidirtl hI1lswt, i osta lt l*(- . Cd r k,;'ie tale by L. 1. hýitbounrl, is cx ADo~tilcr Smlart `1-oiua II, aill )lIt 114llatd is 1ioir,.jlul& ioItlt, aul liy h loi:tu ol o'iWt liit me tor wo~k,.ti 1 haj-*e jstltiilt d0io I got ies1It't sr lil al li rm d i~i Mar SjII5.VOII1 t'hatn 6ltirus. l~ I..65i;eXIeiIdl iisLI nltt it 1 uwrote t li.1.1. Caisc' .\ o,!l SG Louis. O, Uilt the'y tr'uitl Si) so tll NyIJ...

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. — 24 October 1896

AN N:fTERESTING cAHAPTER OF WAR HIISTORY. Women Who Aided the Cause of the Confederacy-Dangerous Role Played by a Girl in the Signal Corps. feature of car great Civil War of 18G1.- was the prime part played by the gentle maidens of the South in the spy sys.' tern of the Confeleracy. During the war it was hard to find a woman south of Mlason and Dixon's line, no matter how fair her face and refined her character, who was really a non-com bat t. For the first two years of the war all aid and comfort for the Confeder acv north of the Potomac were mainly derived from the ladites of the ancient ,regimo at Washington. These ripe and languid beauties who had formed the court and assisted in the cere monies of successive administrations learned with speed and certainty many of the most important secrets of Lin coln's administration and imparted therm to their friends in the South. As long as this continued Lee's spy sys tern was perfect. He knew the Union aramy organization, its numbers 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. — 24 October 1896

ple, - who have for so polln a credulous Amer! . l)sipping bhack to them ,of French protllcts Maine oa1t lern cotton seed oil in slrdines and olive oil, are <g fronm a coullter im ch is brought to light by oes Csu (l Germlain at Zu -he course of a report to the t on the subject of drifd fruits in Switzerland, of the success that has at introduction in France last Clifornia priunes and then out the prosIpects t lius opened S that the Frelclch receivers Ug to have all such fruit cases similar to those used t and bearing French marks, i t goods may be sold to the I French fruit. V AWAY A FORTUNE. ho Lost $56,000 Worth of Ambergris. town of Digby, Nova Sco much excited at present dlng of some ambergris by iaghorn, a fisherman who mranville, a small village river from Digby. Mr. ,as in conversation with a Telegraph reporter, and told of his find. He had been ag the bay shore at Gran - boat one day last week, some "stuff" floating on It looked to him like tallow. it into his boat a...

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. — 24 October 1896

NEWS BY WIRE AND CABLE, Interesting Items of Happenings Throughout The Entire Country, REY. SAM SMALL SUED FOR $400. Leaped to Their Death-Earthquake ti P In Spain-H-lorseman Dickinson Dead h --langed Hillself with a Sheet Early Snow Record Broken. Earthquake in Spanlu.' p A slight earthquake occurred Friday n evening at Tinares, province of An- i dalusia, Spain. No serious damage is c reported to have occurred. s Early Snow Record Broken. A heavy, wet snow fell in Chicago for about two hours Saturday. This breaks all records as far as early snow storm is concerned, the nearest to it being the storm of October 26 of last n year. c I)d It in Self-Defense. a W. W. Thurman, who killed Sam i Green a few days ago in Chattanooga, Tenn., was tried for murder Saturday r before a justice of the peace and re- a leased, the evidence slhowing that he had acted in self-defense. 11 Hlorseman I)ickinson i)ead. Maj. S. T. Dickinson, the well o known horsemen and breeder of horses, ( died in New Yor...

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. — 31 October 1896

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. i .KE, Jr., Pub. and Prop. ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1896. VOL. 5.---NO. -. John H. Stone, ,rpoeii Jlle Clinton, La. WELL & STONE, " at - Law, S St. Francisville, La. O'"-g W. R. PERCY. r' SMPLE & PERCY, s --. at -- Law. practice in any court in this ý in Bank Building. Vejl. ILLE, LOUISIANA. I OA. F. AR ROW, S cian and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. a Leake building. Telephone ewered from cither Kilbourne's S ford's drug stores. DR. H. LOFTON, ENTIST Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. p in St. Fraucisville on the 1st S Clinton on the 15th of each EY POWELL, D.D.S., SDENTIST, l cislie, - Louisiana, al prepared to do all work in line, Office at residence. T, Gastrell, iWARE, STOVES, WAGON (ICARRIAGE WOOL) W.IVUi. so Furnishing Coods. OlPE, WOOD' Mt)WIING MA ES AY IRAlKES, SASH, INDS, DOORS, ETC. SJOSEPH STERN, S ....Dealer in.... ieral - erchandlie.i Stableln Connecti...

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. — 31 October 1896

TIE -:- TRUE -:- DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The Jacksonville Times-Union says visitors to Florida next winter who last year raw so plainly the effects of the freeze will be astonished at the wonderful recuperation displayed by the groves now so rapidly regaining their old-lime glory. The time record for freight delivery between England and Chicago was broken a few days ago, when a large consignment of goods reached a whole sale house nine days and fifteen hours after it left the dock at Southampton in the hold of the American Line steamship St. Louis. Mulhall, the great English statis tieian, alleges that at the death of Augustus Caesar, the population of the earth was but 54,000,000. That of Europe before the fifteenth century did not exceed 50,000,000. The world's population is now esti mated at 1,479,729,400, that of Europe being 357,379,000. The law of the State of New York is that everw man shall maintain his line fence so as to turn hogs, sheep ...

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. — 31 October 1896

Pe1 tT C nIý:S SECRET eP aSin This CountrS Than a aerouluony Tiher Me1Iu. to Call rbeets-ecret ýIMeans inght obje ncad ;he dit omuniatiOn. suit e n merican public, says a nwer E -n rancisco letter to the he1 f , Y4ork Post, bhas but a ant 'ltcoeption of the nunm o Iyall per of the Chinese secret Iot poI to the majority even s." is unsuypeted; but if L s !ete history during t he past to Mrs Inld be writte3, and the her, Wa J cuceruing their sneees'es as tell eria olticitls in ob ,oe a: of tieir own race, it wolld me no"w ,ecitd almost beyond belief. eled ,etiS in this country, in icaled an a-d San FranclSco,are made are or uio political refugees ix is l bte failed in their attempts iddie tis reiguig dynasty in right s and to save their heads have said be tis Contr, where they find she ;I0 ompanionsh In China 11 bhj atorganiz+tions are called the as she jety, and for years, or until Che ping rebelliou, they defied t resources of the Chinese . ent. In this country the :Esr 8are known...

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. — 31 October 1896

TILE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFF 'IALJnPRN'AL OPTIIE P'ARISU. WV. W. JLIEAR E, ýJ1., Proprietor. $ll!'weriprion, p 1r alnlfl - - $I.t. Y!ntTrr) ºE- nr S!Afr1CDAY. Enlihredl at. the T'nat Omncc nt tit. Fraunciy ViJll, :st.. AA AAonId clnas hn tttr. SA'I'tTID AY, OUT. .'U, 189(l. Democratic Ticket. For I'rtidf.ut : W M. J. BRYAN, of t ebrftska. For Vice Presid1,,t: .ARTIhlR SE WALL, of Maiie. For Congrefis, Sixth Di)tri.t: 'TIOn. S. M. ROBERTSON. I'reiidcntIt1 Electors. .J W McFarlaind, I-en Michel, A Voorhies, S J Kohlman, G A Fournet, Lee MeA pin, R M Steele, J T Howe . Commilsioners of Election. 'Parish of W.,st Feliciana, State of Louisi ann, Oct. :, 1896. We the lndelrsigned snlrvisors of elec tion duly npl,)inted and qualitred do thin 3rd day of Oct. 1896, nppoint the follow ing CommiMloners and clerks to hold ant electinl tfor l'resident and Vieo-l'Pnident of Uliited States and Congre~nsar;tn for the hth (.'ongrewsional District to be held Nov. 3rd 186;i. 1st ward, St. I'rscisville. 1...

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