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SATIJURDA, FED 11, 1900.
eamocratic State Ticket.
W. W. UaIA&D,
FoR LUUTNArAT GOVEU.NO
or r1. INARD.
pO C3URrTAWM OF STATs
JOBN T. xMIflt,
LBDOUX B. SMITB,
V 0O ATTOSRIT EWBAL
ro- sortotCoa sawoasson
J. V. CALHOUN,
oandida a' Announoementu
Fro DIsrICT JUDme.
We are authorteed to aeoaseo
Juedge L. P. oW lmet
as a eaildese for Judge of the Uth Judicial
Dihrlet oou ofe4 @1e atatshee SI 14
fustehe an d ~as it is the ae
Wlon of t ie tprimaries, s pro
rlde.' by tyhe aspcttio Judiciary Iecau
tfte Committee o uaid distrIet
We are req~ueayS mpN .
L F. Wiachester,
.etth la'Dstsless 'l Sar J · ao
tlon of the IiocrL tie prmares i.iti b)
the Damocratet Judleisry asesaue. ..
FrU SIt CT ATORSNIT.
We arc a ishMrthed to aonounee
)i *W.A`. i MartUn
as acai. .~e fedl Disetr Aattru of the
osia sir b.u tf aMýuhe ant e
20tih Jul: IO DuII tesi O - the
to tJ e ft hu of DemeIte Judl
eer" lryxutive Oummittee . said distret.I
105 CLERK OF COURT.
We are autborised to asoaa
Ir; Charles J. Barker,
o r custser , a ** aosto the
cetlos of ta l" JI t hr
shaparis e S obpsS S, aS .
S. e fdoe for bsrt of hem arauh of
lItMmei-e a Ine Ithe a.tion of the
Issnerattlity. ttake. t e prItmary
the perish o0 eebruary Ii ee eh
We are authomed *o Uhamer
ur. o.i Augelei,
ofheo Irst wareedl, us a esadiase for the
eeleksre em PVaush et laborehe,
s re . toUL of the Dw, oerte I
p , takes a the *reetlegu of that
p frtto b hr1f *She parish a
We ase esathsrealmome•e
, r. .. Deese, "
Waof the tm Wih , W. a e teoeMe the
sp.m· es m eeasroo art I .
IS pe he* pareh ,
We a. a ehp. e Ias ...
tr. Q. lbr t, Jr. "
SerthL warudl. a sme th. 1
Imrr er7 ur , ak
We are authorlued he amaease
of butt. ward. us a eundidate irmeugs
Woe arob sorlse to unomuneo
Ir. a. D brem
asia f of the ea f the
us a mdae fo je of the *uOebelthe
RerWata r rTyqu seee to the set
We wre sata a
.Mr. Il L, T h Jr.
au a esuGoutes ebrMtse Se Se pes o tghe
th sarJ sdbhe the SE tshed em
We are autholsee ho aeusee
Mr. Max Dupre,
ao aghso, ceM,
Wid Chrry a Tar
Wi. Rqeb. I.artce a1e6A0.e.
as a emldidate for constable of the lad Ward
(Thibodaux) subjest to the action of the
eo se panty, taken at the primary
stetes of thet arty to be held throughout I
the paritsh a inbreary 109,,
We are sathorleed to annouace
Mr. Adriean Roger,
as a easdidate for constable of thead Ward
STbhbodamU) subjeet o the r.tion ol the
Doemratic party, taken at the primary
leestoa of that party to be held throughout
the parish on Pelbrary 19,1910.
We are authorised to senoseee
Mr. Clem M. Harag,
a a eadidste for conetable of the I9h wsrd
_emhet so the aas0eo of she Demeraule
primary of Febreary 19, 1900.
We ae autbohrise o soaeoase
Mr. Robt, L, .&skew,
as s eandsle for sostable of the Wth
ward, subject o the metio, of the Demoorsa
tie prar of labruary , 1. 4
wo po ?iOLsO J mom,
We are aushorsed to aaeonaeeo
Mr. JL. Basset
as a eadidate orPollee Juror of the rass
ward, eubjees to the aetion of the Demoera
le party. Saks a tShe primary eleetion of
st par.y 1So me e hought Se perish
We are auSarimed n msuoemoe d
MrJ.. P. Bourg
at .ae tb ewd, b o iolaforebe sboeet
I the aseion oafi Demole primary of I
rebruour Wi. m.
Freak lelie's IlltraMed Weely I
i a stramg adetaistration paper and -
hasms, like so many other lepublI.
cen organs, that the country is very I
prosperous. In its last assl, it pro
seats view of the means taken to
trelievethe poor in New York. In.
o* of the illustrations, is shown a
prooremlon of met: oatade a place of
rebefsad n loblig at the picture,
we noticed that most of the men
wore derbies, thus showing that it h
was me out of employment, and I
ame belonging to the middle dames
that were soliciting assistance
That paper, on anothbe page asys,
that thes are thousaneds of pemons t
suffering for the necessarle of life in I
New Yoik at the present time
Now, if the country is so prosperons,
surely the city of New York, the C
wnon"y castre of the nation, ought to d
able to provide with employment
all its Inhabitants, who are able rnod
willing to work, and not throw so
many on the cold charity of the
world. The truth of the matter e
is that the only prosperity in thi
country today, is the prosperity en
joyed by the trusts, who have fatten
ed at th expene of hundreds of t
thoesads of poor pereon sand whboe
coutioned ezktene is de to the fg t
tering lnflueie of the G. 0 P.
From the Sugar Trade Jouradi, we
learn that the Reciprocity Treaties, b
negotiated by tL Presidento provide a
for a redaction of twenty per cent on
sugar frem the Argaentine Republic
ad twel~ and a half per sot on d
British Weet Indi sogars The p
Preident restommends that Cbla8
sugao re admitted at the me reduo
tlos ofdties a asy be greated the
British West India sugar, sad that
the sgar seat other prod' ca of PNut a
ile be placed o the free list lt
From his point of ew of protestio
for norther manuacurtes and free
trade for agricultral products, espe. j
da ly of the Southern Sta , the ti
Prieident is perfectly coesstest. l
The Democrats have been cotsnding
allU the time, that the ,Epublio as
were o loere so ptrsechig protes. g
A Bevy of Beauties....
IS MY LINE OF
IT INCLUDES EVERYTHING
Stylish in that line, from the reqad to wear Tam O'Daster Crown
Walking fIts with flue eagle quill to the Full Dress dbapes, with
heS ostrich plomes and fnest qual:ty rmn. Tam Crown
Hats with long eale quills that sell now are all ~e rage. Velvet
Ribbons, Fany and other Millinery Goods, ale. fasy
Dress Goods and Capes of all kinds, at prices that will astesl you.
DRESS MAKING A SPrCIALTY..U
-~RC.aL AJ Na, 'nOms m sAUTL.
MRS. J. N. WRIGHT, THIBODAUX, LA.
,- - I ý 4 ,
too for all Americn ind i tries, and
that their professions of jartectien
applied really only to what was pro
dooed in the North Our segar
planter friends, who threw of their
allegiance to the party to whl h
they bhad belonged for a lifetime, in
order to joie the Republican Party,
which they imagined, in the innocence
of their hearts, would gi their
industry protection from. foreign
sugars, now have an opportunity of
realizing that they were leaning on a
broken reed, when they relied on the
Republican Party to give them pro.
tection against coolne-raised sugars
astd uate To Orels.
The Daily States in a lengthy
editorial on the proposed coalition
between the Populists and the Be
In the second place, the Populist
party, the men who compose i',
were before their secession a strong
body in that element of the Democra
ey which took extreme grounds in
favor of white supremacy and in
excluding the negro abeolutely from
tbh electorate. On the other hand,
the Republican party, 8tate and Nat.
lnoal, in every locality of this Union,
is a "nigger party."
This plain statement may grate
harshly on the feeling of some of our
Republiean friends, especially upon
our sugar-test friends, who pride
themselves upon being high toned,
and who became Bepublicans n,t
because they loved association, social.
ly or politically, with the nigger, but
because they were more Intent on
securing "bounty" free the Federal
Government than they were interest.
ed in preserving the honor, dignity
and Cauaesian characteristio of the
State. sad who realised that it was
only by yielding to the nigger that
they could somre tho e bounty. So it
was in the Alexandria aonveution
The sugar-teats put down the Pope
lists, bat the niggers put down the so
I ga-test Thus we are told that at the
opelng of the convention, to whbib
thre were accredited a number of
negro delegates, an efort was made
by the sugar planters to have them
the nigger-exnided. One of them,
a very reputable man of color, per- 1
I emptily deolared that it the colored
delegates were refused resed ognitios, be
would call his delegation out of the
convention and take them directly to
Washington to the President and that
I had the moaey to carry out the
This causd quite a snsation, and
when Blandin walked out of the coo.
ventoo a commsttee wa sent to him
where he was dining, imploring him
to return and all would be well and
satisfactory to him. Blandin return
ed; the sugar-teats. theoretically
speaking, tumbled down on their
knees; the negrors were seated with
out opposition, and so the convention
proceeded to its boslanes.
This is only one of a multitude ef
similar inoidents that show the
dominating power of the negro in
the Republican party.
The Alexandria convention could
not supp:me the niggRer.
The St. Lous convention i1 1896
that nominated McKinley could not
get away from the nigger.
Mark Banna cannot get away from
the aigger. i
McKinley dare not get away from
The RepublioMn committee that is
to meet here on the 17th will not be
able to shake the nlger.
The Philadelphia coovention will
be largely dominated by the nigger;
at lest the 8outher. contingest of it,
which will be a powder element i. it,
will be dominated by the nigger, and
the Philadeipbha convention will not
dare, whatever other octeges it may
put upon the South, to esdomde the t
Southern negro element.
Mr. McCall snd Mr. Pugh aannot
shake the nigger, anl, flally.
Taylor (Cde anoot shake the aig
ger, and the Populrt will now be
ablte to shake him if theiny o with
the Republicas. b
And this is etiely logical. The
malgger is actually the or -on,
the foundation, the lib and soel of
the RepMblion party. Indeed, Uf
there had never beet a m er slra t
ino the land: if the New iEngladers
had not grown rich by impoerting
negroes lato the oeontrly and ~eling
ths for laves to the r neighbbor',
thu would ever ave been a Be.
The ~ Tye ao Aiwatys Bought, and which has bees
s utee ib r o years, has borne the sigature o
Sand has been made munder his per
soal mapervision since its tabcy.
Allow no eme to deeeive you n this.
AUI I nolbi1s. Imitntisas and SubstItutes are but -.o
pertmets trfle with and endanger the bhealth
Joasto and Chilir n-Expediece - Expmrlin j
What Is CASTORIA
atss is a bstitute the Cstar s Oe , Paregerie~ Drops
and Sooting Syrups. It Is Barmless ad Pleasant. It
eatains mnether Opium, Morpbine nor other Naroeete
bstane. Its age is its guara.Itee It destroys Worms
and allays Peverlebhass. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
Cele. It oreles Teething Troubles, ures Coastlpation
and latuescy. It assimilates the Food, regulats the
stemach and Bowels, slving healthy and natural sleep.
hn children's PRausoe-The Mothers Friend.
amsum,. CASTORIA ALWAYS
earsn the 1gastatre of
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
In Use For Over 80 Years.
ur .mu mm, , umy y... emymum m
publican party. The oridg' of the
Republican party is to be traced to
the slavery agitation In Congress in,
we thiuk, 1832.
The motif of the Republican party
was to war upon the institution of
slavery sad indirectly on all the intoer
eats of the south.
The emancipation of the negro by
Lincoln had been declared by him to
be unconstitutional, but it was neces
sary to the life of the Republican
The enfranchl-ement of the slaves
was the greatest political crime of the
centuries and was expressly done to
build up an irretible strength in the
Republican party in thesouth.
With the Republican party it has
been the nigger from start to finish.
It was the nigger prior to the war.
It was the nigger drinog the wa-. and
it has been the nigger with that party
Without the aid of the nigg-r there
never wouldl have been a Republican
Governor in the South, nor a Republi.
can Senator, nor a Republican Repre,
sentative in Congress.
It was through the nigger power
that the South wrre ruled, oppressed,
insulted and plundered through all
the dark and shameful era of recon
struction. If Capt Pharr had been
made Governor in 1896, half the
public offices in Louisiana would
have been filled with niggers, and the
Constitutional Convention, which
eliminated the nigger fr,,m our Loouis
iana electorate, would never have
The nigger has got his clutches on
the throat of the Republican party
everywhere. He has got his clutches
on it in Louisiana, so' blind is the
mars who esa reason from these indis.
putable facts, written deep in the his
tory of the age, and not see that if
the Republican party is again restor
ed to power in this tate, the nigger
will in some shape or other again
become a powerful factor in our poli
These are ua hard nuts for high-toned
gentlemen who have become Repubh!
cane to crack. But the outs are
sound, and must be cracded to tbh
satisfaction of the white people of
this 8tate, if the Republicans ever
hope again to get possession of pow
er in Louisiana.
The nigger and the Republican
party ae one and indivisible and
will so remain until the nigger a wip
ed off the faes of the earth.
Some women cuf their children
oatofpare laslass It is so much
easier to box little Johnny's ears
than to tedl him why be should not
do this or that. It is so much less
troublesome to lslp Hannah Ann for
breaking something than it is to teach
her bow to ne it so tbst shall not
Punishment of the lbsh for the
lof the soul or the errors of the
mind is a simple relic of barbarism,
even if t is done because the person
who punishes thinks it a duty to ne
stick os switch or whip or slipper on
the tender skin of some little child.
It never made a boy better yet, aad
itonlycrashes the spirit ofa girl.
You may repes "par the rod and
spoil the child" as often as you like:
blind.beating of the little ones does
net carry out the ides, which is, that
you must not let them go to destroe.
tion far wsat of reproof or admoni
tion. It is a morsl rod that is me t,
not one of idreh or willow.
Men love the fiakers whose 'Toou
must not' was law; the mothers
whose "I'd rather you would not"
we a barrier ot to be overleaped.
But a cruoel, unesplaoed beating has
turned the hearts of many a child
from its parets forevera. Walkng
througha vlllge strer't I asw a
B.ILE J. BR.IU'D,
COR, MAIN & ST-PHILIP STS.,
rahlbodcwx o * La
(Opposite Daseresu's Drag sore.)
)fail Orden (PromSptiy iUL
ilustration of this one day.
Some furious cattle were being
driven up the road beyocd. Two
boys started out of their gates,
anxious, as boys always are, to be
in the midst of danger.
One mild woman called out gently;
"Dun't go, Tom. You might get
hurt; sad at least you would make
me anxious.' Her boy ease back
and said: "I shouldn't get hurtp but
I don't want to worry you ma,"
After the other boy few a furious
little woman, with a switch, crying
out: "I'll beat you to a Jelly, when 1
catch you, Jim !" but she did not
As for little girls born in respects
ble families, where they see nothing
very wrong they will follow their
mothers as lambs follow the parent
sheep. It she will only patiently
teach them what todo they will do it;
and when they are tired, or have
their feelings hurt, and seem to cry
without reason-when they say, "I
dout want to, ma l"- the way is to
talk to them, ind out what powerful
little reason or terror moves them,
sad explain it away.
Any mother who remembers her
own childhood will know that little
girls keep a great many thoughts t
themselves until kind, motherly
questioning brings them ouat
Whipped children are miserable
little creatures, who make the whole
house unhappy. Resember that,
before you swt: h your boys or slap
m ArL,&ODm G PA? NU.
A single frm of Patent Lawyers,
C. A. Snow & Co., of Washingtos,
D. 0., have in the last year procured
1,630 patents for their clemts, many
of them for rejected inventions. 0.
A. Snow & Co., have been accused of
railroading patents through the patent
odetey insist that this locomotion a
bettr than au-carting them for by the
latter process the investor often dies
before he gets his pateat
en4per or-, Pwrv bu
*iwi gear a* ueer a .
i perys to *.Y • " ,*: cr
LmVwaagge. Five .sut pr pr
.ibwreres. and .lqwav worth aL
ieI. Hour On,
'Watohmaker and S
Kpepecor.'tnatly oni hand a o
lIrge and coonpletc as ort ""a
nment of 9
THE CELEBRATED t '".'(.,,'"
ELGIN WATCHES OUN4
CONSTANTLY ON POWDER, C
HAND. 'Also the NEW TRIIDj,
AMERICAN SEWING ISG .A1
MACHINE. e.,,.' of A..
Watches, aoem J
teed. A fll stik
meats, oil and anmel
kinis of Sewi
belhd by applyng bo
Cor. Mm tad ft. 1hUa .
fir elnnanbs m
iII, filhID IiD IWO Bi
ROBERTS & CO., Proprietow
101, 303, 305,307 GRAVIER S
N E " OM I EA N A, LA.
IPash, Blinds, Doors, Molding,. Flooring sad
Baloaters, etc., always on band or made to o~4r
Orders ;romsptl' attended to,
Osa spviým sa&sr
ALBSIIT J. LA88EIGh E
RACELAND, LAFOURCHE, LA
O~es oumtlrom Is . itel p ..
Lay Melorisi basis" pruinplly sua em,
tally attended tc
Met'y and Counselor at Law
St. Philip, St.
Read.quga' irn to r
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