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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 31 October 1896

Reliigous notices 4CII 'ICi(1L It tittl' iltl. etr t 1 Sei !r i OCS itl i, 1'iNC. tV. 'ct itida y o u l e i 1'. m. onthºV" :º ikc .urgh .ie8 K)niu Cats i ]~ieCrlu rch. i Fonrth SnudxY 01efcc1º iuuuthll :it 1t&. , ad 7 U:1 1'. JI. ~'y 11 ! 1+'he luºItr OI II ;a* a (I I ') dry~. I"r pd IU the la,nnhtry at 1ts. (11. Sitt 4(t, 't'ýl~eetIVCI.S", Na nv. 3rtl. tipl fiur BIRYAN, SEWALL AM) tr -. " h CrouP Quickly Cured. nird (i Ark.t-Or e ClIuuII hi· ri i Fr * u flfl'fri l with itliataitit iiaratat 2ae ; lb otlo of: CIya Llv. 1 '. X1lll i~bou I.. s ia 'l y Uij~ik4 n 'ar 'l'hisai a ike.iteteili4) '!'bc It.tlut, l:tketlel tl411O i i~d. 4(t talntliv, iali~t . (ha+li iiaL Iu take 1 I (u lltlR Ju I1IVt'r (J111 itunr rt in tlett wt thatt it .hallsl g aive tniotgl ie- ; 1141 and nt n41d dioetn)lin(LLt to their sur;(l_ d~ cgivnge qui' r. (t !t; w))' u peotle waattaho ut ,trulngtllhlt tantd refreshles the whIaole ~II(III J. I. liliatal, Motairte La. The (htillig lW tl~itl'(lt' L'thlly nlii rveut...

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. — 31 October 1896

NiRs. LATON'S TEA. C"COMNCED in tihe depths of her big armn ( 1 chair, a sruile lighting oo." u, h.r fue old face -b " .tat hier white hair ,i \yj- fra:ued with a crown of Ssnow, Mrs. Harmon was consitlering her nolhew Andrew, a fine-looking young fellow of twenty-eight. who, for ilis part, was considlering the timuepiece on the man tie, whose hands were already well pasit. 3 o'chloc:k. "Well, Andrew, do you find my clock every interestiuni?" In some contusion the young man stanmmnered an excuse, but she went on: "Now, don't deny it, you naigrhty fellow. You want to know if your visit hal lasted long enough for you to take your departure decently." "Not at all, aunt. ' Your guess is quite wrong, for I haven't the slight est intention of going yet. But why do you keep a regular sun-dial like that in your dlrawing-room ?" "Perhaps because I was horn so long sao that it is I and not the clock that is behind time. But comae-in stead of criticising mcy drawing-room, tell me what you ar...

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. — 31 October 1896

e of the French flannel dresses has rt oý striped pink and White. The is a deep decjidcld lpink, to simu striped slnit'u" silks, and as of the t!annel is satiny, the blance Is not far f-tched. The blined with the same material. b if an slightly heavier grade of I bad been employed no lining hale been Iec'ssairy, not even a e..t is V ery dark shade of Se ta ne pink t aniel. It has full ll to the ellow. ten wvrinkled. Tt 'hli. jhlar is ii Suoft pinkh t ribbon of a shade to mnateh the gos the skirt. It can be left off ot dY and ,a s.ll raff of white fisted in. tend the neck is a handkerchiet bite la, edged with muslin em , 'rhe endt :Ir Vcl' long, ty dery. knoIt n leaving a lichu, Sends hang ntearl to the floor. re edged with white embroidl Wbicl, by the way, is delicate tor. The sleevets are finished the hand with a deep ruffle of' tpink ribbon like the neck.--Atlan jourI - .. . . ... . nte Successful Air Ship Will Be Built. It an old story now that the aero of the day have abardon...

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. — 31 October 1896

BILL AllP'S Lt IEIL TPHILOSOPHER MAKES EARNEST PLEA FOR FATHERLESS ONES. As a Result of a Visit to the Decatur Orphans' Home. hy don't some rich man give an I endowment to the orphans' home at i Decatur-why don't somebody leave l it a good' lot of money in his will, and 6 then die soon after? And there is the a orphanage at Clinton, S. C., that right C now is on a strain to provide food and f clothing for the winter. I am satisfied 1+ that if our good people could visit - these institutions and see the children f and realize their condition,they would d help them. It is all right, of course, I for the millionaires to give millions to t the universities and colleges, and so e provide cheap education for the poor; t but there is a class of helpless, friend- . less children scattered over the land t who will never get to college, and who t would be grateful for bread and t clothes and shelter. The scriptures f make no mention of schools or col- s leges, but the fatherless are mentione...

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. — 7 November 1896

- 'U; ··~ · ; I~ ~ Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. LEAK RH A., A A, NOV R 1VOL 5NO, - F ý , , ý ý p .  n ý d P ý ýo p ý '' . I ' I ý C ý I ý I L l +A' ' l ' I I C 1 ` . ý ICS I I ý 5 ' ý ' ý ý S V I1 ý +; l ý 1 ý . ,ý ý , , ýL'r r r . wI , E ,~r r w . ý r . i ý r ~ ý . ~ r r r s :,~~~~~: r'. ,o. .E-'llIIB 'I{Ifl , , •. . I.. . ,s, • v •i i i ii -"l • ,,-- "" ."---'_."-_- 2? .... - .... ... . . .--" .. . ... ... . _' _ . ... . .. .. .... ...... . ...... Jowel~1, John H. StoneT` . P. le., Clinton, La. F 0 POWELL & STONE, -x . at - Law, torne - St. Fraucisville, La. W. i. PERCY. Th SSEMPLE & PERCY, vi orraes -- at -- La'v. i ril c actice in any court in this -..Oice in Bank ]Building.- .U iSVILLE, LOUISIXNA. :, A. F. BA ROW, ysician and Surgeon, dr St. Franci5ville, La. cein Leake building. Telephone answered from cither Kilbourne's Vnmford's drug stores. TI DR. H. LOFTON, re SE9N9IST. c, Crown and Bridge Work a Specicdlty. tlbein St. F...

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. — 7 November 1896

PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FIANC ISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Says the Boston Globe: "The fact that there are 189,955.37 miles of rail. road track in the United States, is only tantalizing to the average man who cannot get a pass." The conscience of Europe may yet be aroused, remarks the cynical Chi cago Record. There is always the fearful prospect that somebody by seeking to interfere with the Turkish atrocities may precipitate an unfair division of the Sultan's territory. Research has revealed to the Bath (Me.) Enterprise that the first phy sician to practice in that town and its vicinity was a woman. It was about 1750, and her field extended over a large section of the country. There is no woman practicing medicine i, Bath to-day. An experiment is being made at the Elmira (N. Y.) Reformatory of the ef fect of diet as a moral agent. Under the wage earning system of the roe formatory the inmates must earn their living and keep a credit balance to their accounts in order to progress towards th...

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. — 7 November 1896

-' PHILIPPlIN UJJTION IN SPAIN'S 3IOST JIPOR1TANT COLONY. the Spanish Possessions Have 1 indled Away-Tihe Bold and Intrepid Malalays--. Glance at .Manilla. rFAI, which, when tc sunited States were born, was mistress of the sas, owner of one-half the world, which poured gold tribute in ier lhp, now lies hum eU and decrpit, torn ,by internal dis ions and ,nagel in a hopeless ef -tto retain as her Fubjects the few a.ing cohlonive of her once enor possession. Cb has !liLoit gained its inule there is ::n utorerCak in the lpi which threatens to be ,ly as successiuli, and the smoider qtires of p-ti)lm1 in u.'erto Rico bichhave tliahcd up now and again renten to burn the ties that loosely ind her to Sp,'; . One hunred ,:lyr; Cr, says the .Cgo '.Li',',--, raid, ten milion -are miles o, An\:.tuic u territory 1 ,eld to Sp:atin's ioliiini oiA and. toiled aesdufl th:c t iio mlrilht equanl ider elthu wAliton lu:;ries. IHral of orth Aner Ica, 1,.arly alil of South ericanwl the Let u tni.es were ...

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. — 7 November 1896

'HETR UE l)EM.OCRLAT. i-- - - ~: I .:,i-~. {Ill41iiptio;1, I al UII r Snt'r 7 'T 1,3 . i11 , 14 1''Iºlt Pi ý4 1tr t ! Special to the Tr;. i/ SDemocrat, ]rjmri Iýý ,; day 9 A.I3 [. S'(TELEi:GRAi:1.) i1ryain (con"gaFnlulal c i~c -iillc y. $1j1;itt1r ;o4cs gives; t UI.)p till) CQ1IltC~t. The worst has come. , ' a it But Louisiala .andl Old Wlest Feliciana OEu OCIRATIC i-c- SLouiSiana Sends a Solid DIegation to Congress. to The .Ekectori¶ tVoto. L'o Bryann k~li~llk~y. .(a * ai:Ibº; Wi:...................11 " .erk;º1ºý;Ia U............. I '(';ºlit'nilL..... ........ 9 (:ololao............B ('onnf'f'tifi' llt.. ........... .. ttº x1ºf'Lt; it; t` .............. 13 l' lorifla.. .... .... " " 3 0`tg L........... ' .. IJ ]Hlallo ..................º L'· Illinois ................. 1 . ]nfll ul ...... ..... .. " "'''' 1.; 1. lo a ............L ... Ji. gsain.. 1 . ·lic lltac'lg ........... . 3 1{ ýIjlli.ll8................. 1 ~I.Vtit:1i1............... ssacl LC. ts........... \til'lli~Cill .........

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. — 7 November 1896

,1. dý .I) Ev.A T %tl -,·: Il, \ ii ~ m~~~prr V tin ii t illt : tiell llll -t I5,II 11i1. ill r;t tt to1º1 ,t,4 ut uiciklY uc. St . L L$ 4 it ;% h Li 11 i~' II 1 Ixc j) ti ii ` and.1 4 4 ,11 ".' !'ll I + i: ,,.1 I ll~it' " 4ltl1' '. ' ha , 3131 14 44! a I l.) 1 St, ý 1111fi1ý. ; B ;(4iull$ai"e li lt) ' l isi v s iltul -h lI:'. 'll il' li1ý5'~ *t (Ilec. I'. I L E 'It. '1 14s41 * e'.'1 4334: Ia 1i1. . I I414341 sl~i i 1 t Iu LiP l~ .b{ IU411'1 I(.1,4J11 II iR i~ll!4 Iil( o I1~'11it'Rs lV li'". :lr 1iuli di('u- u:.1(1t uvtr~lu ;uuc fni ilt. 11 (l : 1 atIIut \v: ha l I .t L1ii a c iiir(r. .ut 1;1 O cii\ t sij~c t i fc ,, .ii· it * til ~~ L,'s . 1o 114ow. thia is Ii. Ea . 'T hv ii .i, tos!p 1 ki( 1(1 340 tr d 4 'Sl l1' . , Ako111a't.:ul tam (YSi~ i ttt t'' (Iit, ;It the Iaj'.IZ1eik e 1o, 1 i, ;t "t'N o lºur tlS ll. I, t tl:t'solls 'i tii.xw the ctLre 'U That Chtiuris in Onei 314 IUIUIC H I103te ill tit il;IiIV htliaril O&S 11a hou of a chutni tha:lt w.ould diuziii- ill a1 I coullcflU...

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. — 7 November 1896

COIN AND BU'TONS. A PL:CE WIIERIE THIEIR PAR ITY IIAS IIEEN ESTABLISHED. Navalto In'dians Use Sl[ver Dollars and Saubtdary Silver Pieces as Money and Also to Fill Buttonholes. OT many years ago, says the Washington Star, the only money current on the Navajo . reservation was silver. Paper money anil gold were occasionally found in the traders' stores, but the Indians would have none of it; with them it was silver or no trade. They would readily accept an individual paper from some one who was known to them, and such orders were fre quently issued by arrangement on stor::s fifty, or even 103 miles away, but they were always paid in silver on prcsentation. - At the present time some of these Indians understand paper money and will :.::ept it in pay nent, or rather they un.lerctand that a ''greeu paper" is a general order on all tho stores and will be redeemed in silver on pre sentation to any of themo. It has thc saine standing as the "red paper," or disbursiug agent'a check, sonme...

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. — 7 November 1896

*de ' cne r taking the i1ly 1L11ch imurte l)eCo trei l:! the tilly. iiari d eg; the lnewest. ie pl . hi h is it intetl phgt o le o Aitoi ite a revi, v ill thn 0 il k thise se asn, dlii P l l u , .il lt' te colors-e , tiil , wl i reten retlie t rit ntllta tillnts. "j t 11OW it! voru» s I'Vt 30.€,e a, dues the blil'dell SosemiI (rie, oi her S forces tlll' 't;1ll rer to ' high, wth slightly p, and gives the whole graceful poise. sleeves alire untdergoing sormation. whiL:h. as yet, perceptible to t he generll Beres are burrowilng 11froinl l" and Loui.s XIVI. topols "eo-ing fe t . fol i og COlllbilatitn l sml, 1 -ti ll, Which cltlnot fail to for skirts, they also will i barmonY with the sleeves, materials being used. esehed the ItXt1cit'r lillit to .ly Iatilr"a that slt'VM es to ct e. This y" 110il tos tint they are to tall lition of total aIdol)se.. 111 mskin tightnl'ss nd , i the oldt To be surte, t dlrt or two imlported with tight sleeves, are shouldther rttiles. ljtffs large enou...

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. — 7 November 1896

THE NATIONAL ELECTION2 M1Ki Ili, of Ohb, Appears To Ea the PETAiLS ARE VERY MEAGRE, HOWEVER. 'CLufrnman ,Jones, DeImaocrat, Has Hop, and I)os Not O (ive up, While the Itepublican Conennittet Is 5ati5iied MIcKinley Is IEIectced. Chlago, Nov. 2.-At rridnr.ight Chair 'man Jones gave out the following sign ed statement: "There is n foundati ,r for the claims of thCe ltptuBliens. There is, at thi; time, mitdnight, no reason to think that any one of the States claimed by nme for Bryan has; failed to vote for hilm. FVhile misleading reports are being sent out in all directions, private ad :icvs assure us that each one of those Sta:es bas gone for Mr. Bryan. For two hour:; the most extrava'gant claims as to Ken tucky and Indinlna have been tl,."g' aph ed all over the counatry, while wiLthin the Isat, fewy minute:s our omnlmitte, s assure us that bothl are safe for us. Mr. Bryan is certainly elected." . "I have seet'n no ifnfavorable rerert from any iSt:;at that we have ever claim ed, excelt...

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. — 14 November 1896

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. .1 .IE, Jr., Pub. and Prop. ST. FRiANCISVILLE, WEST FEICIANA PAllISil, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEM1BEl 14, 18%. V OL. 5.---NvO . Y, W LE E, Jr., Pub, and ProplL1I~ l Join f. St,,ir J.Pnetl,("ilton,~ La. ,oWELL & STONE, oruieYs'- -L w gt. FraPwiilt', La. 1.W. . PERCY. sEMPLE & PERCY, orlYS- t -- Law~o. p raC tic e in a ! ny c o ur t i n t h is 1 pOfce in jonk'uildini~. yAC1SVIýYILLE, ,LOý:iTJ:riS . DR.,A. F. EARR OW, ysIiafl and urge St. Franci.'i1;, La. in Leak) LtaiiO. l otn dOST rtd Irorlfl ! it!)il'i' s1;ll;)i1llL'e i frotacl' i~: lt lii 121born o d~~lriug btociT'. ________ K DR. H. L . 7 3W, 04W1 z'id ~ ' Work a· B 'ccciillt;;· kin St. Frr.a'eisjdili nil tlO 1st jfl Cuintd Ol u t 1,,:h of ctcch Nov PO024L , ' . ., t PE!~.?dKi C T Ti~ Frnacisvilie, - Iou:i' jnnn, t pr;pared to tao all w ork in his iae. 0111cc at rcl:iieuco. T, G at& 12, IARIIW ARE, i3'I'OVES, W_ "GN sadCARRIdMR WO;l) WUi01:i. use Furnishing ...

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. — 14 November 1896

11E -: TRUE - DEMIHOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. I They say in Texas that the cowboy of the future will use a wheel instead of a horse. One cow herder in Atchi eon, Kansas, already uses one. b There is probably nothing about 9which all medical men are more agreed than that the use of tea as a substitute for food is playing havoc with the ycneral health. SDevaney, one of the Irish dynami ters who was released from an English prison recently, was astonished to hear that Mr. Parnell was dead, so ab solutely are prisoners shut off from the world in penal servitude. , The Paris Figaro learns that a num ber of posot influential Dutch politi cians o're resolved to oppos3 any scheme for the marriage of the young Queen of Holland with a German prince, as they are convinced that such a union would eventually prove a ser ious danger to Dutch independence. SOne of the greatest works accom lished by the late Gail Hamilton was that of beginning the present era of child l...

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. — 14 November 1896

IRIE ENU. sO FARE' FO ANI- on ".LS 1- CAPTIVPITY-. pos s ek the Most Popila: 1 S ast one Day in Sev\en Of' -._i'li ?tones the Os- rat itE is one class of inhabit- insr ants of New York, says the for reWs of that city, that is plii gaed at cunriously that is fa- the S neaerly every one. And yet iml t ink of ever inquiring in- the rvate lives or of looking up ble tbills of fare. This despite the ht their food-take it alto- her . the queerest eaten in New ehi These inhabitants are the ani- I the "Zoo, the Central Park fou whose dens, inclosures, Pri rie,ldocks are i-ut a few steps fro some of the finest and cost- rl ies in America. ma rspect these savage beasts, tot ad birds are much like the the folk who live so near them. knm afnicky" about the food that the before them, not to say gour- Th agourmands. car eeper, whose business it is to ,w the meal each day for these Va fellows, knows precisely just thl h animal wants. He--this oo has been the "meat man" of on erio for twenty years,...

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. — 14 November 1896

'THE''TIRUE DEMOCRAT. )OFIWIALL JOITUINALOFI 'lE IPARTS)!. IV. IV. i.EL kE, : .Jlt, . roprkietor. -4ii,1 .'ri jtiuia, per na n - - a 1.50. - Itil'F:1 lYE11Y $CIA7:1'1(,AY. Iinterci1 stt thle Po'st P lieau at St. Fr:alciH vA'l'UILa., second 1la s 896tter. YIA'I'UI~)AY, NOV. 14, 1s96.. 'l'ile C ,liu try hIuetl liec .frtli'e! y ag; i il. WVhtte"'er i$'o bie horne in hitture, the back will be fitted .t) the bur. lde. . Slt.is feared that oir likl of funds the. tnmblic scheools of New Or .leans mrust be suspended during J)ecemnber. ,The gallant, g~ael'ui wany 'in 'which  r., Bryanl enl,,e.dl Iii,' de ett, cotmnnliide4d tlh respect ,evue eof lhiSjpolitiral enieinies. Tihe ldIres~.idest has appoitflied 'ThlihrsdN!y, Nv· '-v as itshe.iatio l (lday of 'liThankllgiving. The silver liot..s sI 4iould feel thirLt ilthey w'ill A've i tdflgh k anotllher day. 'foo ltuchl boul d not Ioe n tilne of the set t that stispendled uth lustties ase onicle mlore in. plperation, andl oard Se&'l  ini...

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. — 14 November 1896

jjiOUs Notices. fit Siidi [fill. SI C F . ' :(III t i2 pjpllll~in in F.('I' t I1IIII1I. r:r. . li. tservices It - evc~nt ~~o S:\wn. - ~ nd iv afc111 ' i , ut 11 A. Suil A )lllllttY """i'Illr-- _11 11IC 3'as14 inilger. list, if ouclwd'c'! ' it nlay 1e:811 diretck gl NºIi. Thin fact. is folly est;Vh T~clfr, it is ll*(lt'1: to try tojr oe l twarl sta piieltillls or 3 st.'lsit, trite way to cur es ctarrhi allI s gto . the llo~ll. 1 io s r crs:lwarrhlli grpi Ila ,ur'l.It1 rwler to drille out ait ll jin l ltsill Ijr~. f1111l1 55 KHI~llS i "II~t'llhI11( 1t'\1.ti tV ill'tý I E llll -I l /t1 "''1 Ii`'llty t l 1 . 1 lea stu'd' _~-' ALST RECCEIVE')' Tool Jluoioa anud ti'uill S4uplfo, Con. il- tllh) ilsl$tra . Pteil Itgi'S. ·Hl'015-r I 'ei, ot. At Peulrlrr. puges Pws tc At .1 fotll;'1.I trag.btor. ibl l i i i lc l l g v in o f l tI e h i l l n Iv p o t i t e ! r l WM10l'"' edol: avill he :tt teuiwe(l to, !la tot die muo'st Coitld ever Lo'd' lisnu my Iilite cur l1 by ( II1l~rIitlil$ Cdhigh Ii en...

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. — 14 November 1896

ON liA bIi Gi SR SE'. SHEAfING SEASON AMON3 WY OMING WOOL GROWERS. Dea;':: of the Operntion of a' (Great Wcstern InJuttry-ilow the lierders ani 'helir Fainilics Livc-Profits of the Eusincss. Removing the Clip. S:riniitin is 0110 of t hie most' in - polº'tilt ])i1'io(is of illO ye'1r ill 3yoinl lg, ailll ('aspi.r is the 'e(ntelr of the most. illiortat offllt 5! cunp ftiltry inr the Urnit'":d S tates. -11'f a million sheep grave ,n 1 the low hills and pralirie and 'rno'g the iloultaii:; that are tribiu .LI' , ,'5" ,' Sheeip Trl. lt Mite. Sheep Loui.e. SIIEE' PAILASIT: 4 MAGNIFIED. tary t ('t;:<pil'. 11n evely dll'rec'tion a1 far as tthe eye ("lc reiac;lh :an be seen flck:. o:f sheep. I'hes!!e :;lil'ep c'over a ranlige that ex t(ends :about 110 lmits to the west, sev enty-live miles to the north, forty miles to the ea:' t :i:a fifty itiles to th Ie south. The.re will he 3.501,y)li') pounds of wool shipped fronl Casper this season. lit the pity aIIloe morte thau :;(0,0oUo sheep ...

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. — 14 November 1896

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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. — 14 November 1896

NEWS BY WIRE AND CABLE, Interesting Items of Happenings Throughout The Entire Country, ALOeNZO WALLEIG'S TRIAL OG; APPEAL. Desperate Jail Delivery-A Dakota Blizzard -Fire at Indianapolis-A Fatal Colliery Explosion--Iss Cor bin Married. Confessed to Murder. William Clark has confessed that he and William Dempsy, both now under arrest at Akron, 0., murdered Joseph Lupinek in Cleveland, October 24, the motive being robbery. Timber Struck Him. Ben Beoll, a white .man, who "ans stauding by the tracks of the A. G. S. railway at Woodstock, Ala., Friday, was knocked over by a projecting tim her on a passing freight train and fatally injured. A Phillipine Expedition. Gen. I'olavieja, new commander-in chief, and 1600 officers and men have nailed for the Phillipine islands, from Barcelona, Spain, for the purpose of suppressing the insurgents there. They carry with them, a great quantity of 'war material. Convict Shot. Androw Jackson, aged '20 yearn, colored, a three year convict in the penite...

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