1895-01-16-Courier-Journal[Kentucky]-p6-ColoredDemocrats

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1895-01-16-Courier-Journal[Kentucky]-p6-ColoredDemocrats - to-do COLORED DEMOCRATS. Meeting of State...
to-do COLORED DEMOCRATS. Meeting of State Executive Committee Committee of the Nesro Democratic Democratic League. Seventy-Fire Seventy-Fire Seventy-Fire Hundred Members Now la Kec tacky 7. Allen Ross Made Secretary. The State "Executive Committee of the Negro Democratic League me In the office of Chairman Isaac E. Black jester day. All the districts were represented. represented. The meeting was harmonious. A rew State Central Committee of eleven members was elected, and an Executive Committee of seven memoers waa elected. -J. -J. Allen Ross waa electo-l electo-l electo-l Rtate OrganLstr. statistics fiom the different districts shewed that there are 7.500 reliable negro Democrats in the State of Kentucky Kentucky In. affiliation with the party. Gatewood Frown, the Secretary of the League, having resigned. J. Allen Ross was appointed by the Chairman of the League in his place. . A Committee on Transportation, consisting consisting of three members, was appointed. appointed. It was resolved that an effort be put forth to secure the publication of a newspaper In the Interest of the negro Democracy. J. Allen . Ross. James Walker, of Breckinridge. Ky.; W. 11. Ward. I. K. Black and W. L. Gray were appointed a committee to make arrangements to issue the paper. The National Negro Democratic League. C. H. J. Taylor, President, adjourned last July in Indianapolis to meet in Louisville In 1H95. The State Central Committee authorised the Executive Executive Committee. W. H. Ward. Chairman, Chairman, to make all necessary arrangements arrangements for their entertainment. The committee appeared in good spirits. The different members openly stated that they felt in no manner discouraged; discouraged; that the principles of Democracy Democracy are eternal and necessary to the life of the nation. The different members members emphasized tbe point that this is the time that Democracy needs her true sons, and that as such they had decided to go forth and gallantly spend and be spent in the matter of Democracy. Democracy.

Clipped from The Courier-Journal16 Jan 1895, WedPage 6

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)16 Jan 1895, WedPage 6
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