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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 26 October 1901

t·f ~ar~ ' for thle St. Firtga. ijij ;},i'rPfdrr the Y'ear 1901. v1oa ville 2nd Saindaynp ft 11 14 sI m, tat acnd 3rd Snrasatan :-A (. Ita 5(11 001 every Mundoay aet 10 A In Vt:+HI~r : lsr anid 3141 SuUI~li) n at 11 a'clrk r I, 2nd Suntaday at. :t:30 ('clock Sundry uctol 1It 3r+1 ant 4th di n. p jot# at 2:30 ItjDi, ant, 2n1 ~IIuaEi1I at l I1I s itlch a tr.. t.: 1CM' eVery 4th Salbbath u * j"rv c ' All are s~ordtrll)3 in passenger traini Iilave, Bayvou °ar5 for Slaadlhter 5.30 a. in. anid 1t x:5nr 01 .:5i m. ti Mlixed trailn arrives from S!:iitg!i t '1 p, tiI, leaves for WVoodvlle d X:15 pi i" 1liut'l train lrrives from Wood. to riller a. 4 o., leaves for Shitgliter dip , tn.' ii N ...... ism aigent fur asur carn give special w htnt on all urw$IIlPtiy, 1 riodaraid 1 U1 iplapJ"'ees E. .i. HA KNOW, h " Diwaines i very LCrisk at tlhe Feliciauaaal ~li[il. Every one is ti 0bury ie a l:t'W. it Bishiop ('a!1ow",y will 1i'{ture, inv 1, 1'ytbianu ll1!, oh ''J.Lapan (1 tad Japanese OCustomsin....

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. — 26 October 1901

the Nary Abe ot btokea About the year 1600 coffee began to be talked of in Christea&om a. a rare and precious medicine. In 1618 it was brought to Venice, and in 1621 Burton spoke of it In his Anatomy of Melan choly as a valuble artiole which he had heard of but not' seen In 1862 Sir Nicholas Crispe, a Levant muer chant, opened in London the frst cot fee house known in England, the beve age being prepared by a Greek girl brbught over for the work. Other dffee houses in abundance were soon opened. Permission has been given for the erec tion of a crematory in Madrid, Spain. Thqe Nt Fire Net Recently adopted by one of the metropolitan lire departments has ~roven a wonderful sue cess as a life saver. Eyery one takes special interest in any invention that will save or prolong life. This is the reason so many peo ple have been praising the merits of H'ostet ter's Stomach Bitters during the past fifty years. It cures dyspepsia, indigestion bil iousneqs, nervousness, and liver and kidney...

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. — 26 October 1901

STHE TRUE DEMO.CRAT. Offclial Jounal of the Parish of West Felloiana and School Board. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISYVILLE. WEST FELICIANA PALISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1901. NO 44. Among Glasgow's municipal insti tioas are wash hot:cea, where house. wives get thr uI: of a washing stall and clean appliances as well as of a dr:ing stove, all for four cents an hour. Americans do not monopolize the prctice of keeping the courts busy. I is p:lblished that in 1899 there were more than 1,125,000 actions started in England, making litigants of over 4 percent of the population. The New York World says that we can smile at British jealousy of Amer lan trade t;.umphs, but when John gBll intimates .htat American ladies an't dance he'd beit~ look out. There is such a thing as goii'g, too far. Dr. Mary Woolcy, presid :ft of Mt Holyoke college, says that ''entle woman" should be a synonym of F'col. lege woman,' and adds that "the sac rilce of gracious womanhood is f:r too great for knowledge and is n...

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. — 26 October 1901

It may seem strange, but drummers never beat their way. SAmerica Leads. In oon3equa1o0 of the great demand for cot ton goods, the United Sts.tea consumed more raw cotton than 4hreet Britain, which has al ways he:d supremacy in this industry, just as Hostetter's Htomach Bitters h~9 been the best family medicine, and which has retaiuod its prestige for over fifty years. To-day the Bit ters is used in almost every home. It cures dyspepsia, indigesilon, constipation and bil lousness,. also plurifles theo blood, calms the nerves, and itnilde up th, e;:tire syst m. Some peop'e who try to, he foxy only succeed in naking geese' : ";c.ves. PrT"'AM iADELESS DyeS : 9.' to sun light, washing and rubbilg A o!i: !drug gists. The only pcople who keep diaries for any length of time are the people who keep them for sae. Janan exported more than $1,000.000 worth of lacquer wares last year. STATE or Ormo, CITY or TOLIDO, I LucAs CoUNTY. " FaNAx J. CrENET zrakea oath that he is the senior partner of 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. — 26 October 1901
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. — 26 October 1901
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. — 2 November 1901

Offioial Jounal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISVILLE. WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 190i. NO 5. . o. .v.tr.ms of wr I- .'r, nM uI, -u - discoveries of systems of wire, legraPhY are becoming too nu* to mention. of the chief uses of those Soutl. republics is to make new geographies and maps nee every year or two. nnouncement is made that In. Oil put about 24,000,000 cans ol peas" on the market this Now let Europe have another touching" interest of the Ital le in the affairs of their king "ingly manifested on the oc of the birth of his daughter. two days after that event King received 26,000 congratulatory and 20,000 requests for is becoming more and more preme consideration in the cdtin of war ships. Ships of Tr, it seems, must not only be a ight, but it seems must also to run away upon occasion, I meam great distances without to take on coal, states the Sun: a recent meeting of German s at Leipsic a table was sub which showed ...

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. — 2 November 1901

TIlE TRUE DEMIOCRAT OFI;CIAL JUTRNIALOFT': II PARtISIH NIBS. M. E. LE;AKP:. . Editor Sulwription p~icc~, p y ar'~, ~.1 1.5o Eu4'rVcd at thfe Punt Ofl'ue at St. 1rauv'is i illey a, as ycmulcla-IIss wa:1il nIua tttr rWAVTJi AY NOV. i,19. CUMLS WHRE ALL ELSE FAILS. Bet Cough Syrup. 'Tastes Good.L Ue In time. Sold hb druggists. . ret '1ile Booker \\a:thinlgtin in rident is still diicuse4d by the lr,'s s Roosvelt's Stuthliru popularity was thi Gov. learti lptls ithe school book th; controversy in a nut shell wheni lhe h says: Formerly the local dealers got t 28 per cent and the children paid it, now they get 10 per cenlt a;nd the book concerns pay it." At a public meetiug in Chicago, t the mere mention of Schlely's name 't taused such a wild outlburst of ap plause, that the speaker sat down o realizing that it was "''uff said," 1nd that his unuttered speech was til a success8. I, Orders have beeu issued to the Comrades of \Vest Feliciana Camp II 798 to attend a meeting on Monday to Nov ...

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. — 2 November 1901

D ,,111 1.f ` ýil r"c.r e tilt- ,t. F1.1111 jril ge tht';if~ e Yetar 1901. c. :It~::;!I;, ,,r . 'm 111 ll aYri13 :1t l( t '"" I e :1 *i . 1 X11111, \ ` .~uu, t'' C1V '&1Iidy it 1n, u" I 'L III i ' t, ( a:l;IIyill - lsl Tr il ltte. p:Stagnt 11.1train It.LvC Ba you r; fr slaigitt r :".3 :u a. .i. anId tir'l" 7:0i1 i. to. liiixtd h''l a rit ve fit tilt 51311 Igj r:33 P. III., clavcs f'r Woodtville 3i 1,. tll. ti I Io ) X (( I1a. 4)t., lea Ve for Slitughlet I p a, ilt. lice.. . IatI ;ht nt lot ttn"ul tan 'Lic r ajC~lr riai o4)I all itea~ HpajltI M, lht'ioli~tiittl andl ;litut' E .. A R O W BI1r.siitg'` (I~ t I~i1E~~· Itattel Iterl·tI aT3ILN1 l Itmlove! hitotie ile. ki. teillo 1IJ~e~ fo not I tl1t t \".,l 4.1 gi cons or i iWer.M (,at,#",l aofi 1t'it~ h n een 4rKIIi rlto yi heo te wcl ii ire place tectieil kilh :atbad 5U tnl t,4 i. .IV C I e.1'y ]entt~ rºI~ s us withII1 1 Cd)pyUf a pape uºt~ilualtiisiti at P~at wta, inI'ixi' and po i1. }trairit ltitW l),1'e", have al\%;t w "1 iniC'Ct ...

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. — 2 November 1901

Money Made l n Wmrbage. A problem that has engaged the at tention of the legislative bodies of most American cities is what to do with the garbage-how to get rid of it at the least expense to the public. The city of Washington so disposes of it3 garb.age that a profit is got out of it, while most other American cit ies-being less carefully governed have to pay largely for its removal. There is a contract with a company which collects the garbage and dis pc cs of it. The garbage is kept sep - arato from ashes and other refuse. In iron tanks it is taken by rail thirty miles down the Potomac to the reduc tion works. Here it is sorted. Tin cans, bottles, etc., are removed. The rest Is placed in a close iron vessel and subjected to steam pressure, after which it is pumped into tanks and al lowed to settle. Oils and fats rise to the surface and, being skimmed off, are sold to soapmakers. Under pres sure more oil is obtained, to go the sFtmo way. The caked garbage, after pressure, is pulve...

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. — 9 November 1901

7. THE TRUE DEMOCRAT Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISVILLE. WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1901. NO 46, Canada has 220 milets of avlgable I lters. That is. from the Atlantic Ian to th~e head of lake Superior, a ,el may sail that many miles with Aher own teritory. f.Bead and butter state" is the way nlanesota till b'u known hereafter. t is is a name that she is rightly en ped to. Last year she ground out p,630.500 barrels of flour' and churned 0pp00,O0 pounds of butter. Before leavlug for the North Pole ia balloon two years age Andree I ,id: "If you have no news eof me the ond of July. 1901, you may give as up for dead." And it begins to C laok like we would have to take his Urdfor it. The census of Norway, which has, O been completed, gives it a popula doa of 2,200,000 against 2,110,000 in 119L This is an average of 16.80 in Ibltants to the square mile, making por'ay the most thinly settled coun , in Europe. g9...

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. — 9 November 1901

'THE TRUE DEMOCRAT OFFl.CIALJOUBENALOFTHE PArRZ8U. MIRS. Al. T. -LEAK E....... Editor i'?JI.ISHED EVERY SATURIDAY. SIubscrilption I)Iicte, pIer year, $1.50 Enteretd at the Post Office at St. Francis Ville, La., ia second-cIa:Is mail matter 'A' t ]J1AY NO0V. 9th, 1901. Beut Cougb Byrup. Tastes Good. UrN Let us hope that the cool weather will "bhull" tile cotton market appreciably. (IIRISTMAS TREE DROORATO'N THAT ARE GOOD TO EAT. Ornaments thilt may"b:e eoten come rear reaching the ideal with chilhhen. The making of a number of goodies that may decorate the Clhristmas tree is described by Lina: Beard in a finely illustrated article in the DeceemberDE I.INEATOR. Little chimney sweeps mnade from prunes, orange baskets filled witlh the fruit, conlncopins, and 1llt niecklaces are only a few of the pretty d,.vices that children will delight to znake. hIUMAN LIFE TO CflEAP. Commenting on a remark that the cheapest thing in this country was human life, and that it would never be worth anythi...

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. — 9 November 1901

of orvics"K for the St. F'raitl illeChar for the Year 1901. r~ villP 2nd Sulidays at 1I _ ut, rt actl aryl Sutlll(/i13 :3( ýt eIt'ý "'nil ec r'V mutinhIy at $1 I ng l and i3rd SnlnduYs al I(utt~r -tllcl' 1at ittl and u I )4 .nhI jif ~ ~ ~ ~Sn Su' 'I~~~2"bndlay tit 10 a:111 t Sbtl C(riý.ý a efl 4th Sabbath 5 ai. All ire cordially iii traRin ;ýt'lý'tlllle. , for 'lightcI' 5'30 a. n. anid all,0 1. ° I. IU )ir triII' af~iVc'a from Sla~ugr! Sp.q tin, eIe"eý for Woodvllle trilc'l t xir i"e'e from ý lgtode . ,levs f}0 a. ugl te. Q am. l for and can give apecial b .l llnaesispaers'" , priodicals aunl o &S. E..T. BARROW, gayve our meisulre taken at =as a8n's for clothing. Fit inteed I elof tilt , ,st da":,orn nmtid se ess of piles ha:e been b TA-i. R's IUt'KBU EYE NIXE EIN. It t. 'ever thils to "lre. yI eCa. in Ijottles tuhbes i5 at t.. gllthon rne. t-i slld, the opticia:, was at Kil- a ,le's dlrulg-st' this week. S0rl-re a Gold in One Day. fke LaxatiVP Brlilmo Quinine n t I. All drurg...

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. — 9 November 1901

Dark Hair "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a great many years, and al though I am past eighty years of age, yet I have not a gray hair ir. my head." Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md. We mean all that rich, dark color your hair used to have. If it's gray now, no matter; for Ayer's Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair. Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long; and it stops falling of the hair, too. $1,00 a bott!. All dnsttgsts. If your druggst cannot supply you, send us one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Jke s;uro and give the name of your nearest express oflfce. Addresa, J. C. A ER CO.,Lowell, ll, Mss. Sick Headache ? Food doesn't digest well? Appetite poor? Bowels constipated? Tongue coated? It's your liver! A yer's Pills are liver pills; they cure dys pepsia, biliousness. 25c. All druggits. Want your moustache or bea-d a bcautif:il brown or rich bluck? Then e:.. BUCKINGHAM'S DYEW sers 60 CdT. OF Dlaues , o' R. P. HAL. A CO., NaI.UA, N.H. The favorite recr...

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. — 16 November 1901

-- ... . -...' ~I .., -.".  . . .  , t p, ii , ) .i  ,,,', ." ."; 'r •3 c  a IL W. "Va.. VOL. X : . VL XST. FRANCISVILLE. WEST FJLI PARI§iII LA. SATURDN"O The population of fance it ,1 .. The population of France, It 1 laimed, is increasing somewhat more rapidly than it was 10 years ago. France is not a dying nation. The United States is rich enough to have anything it desires, a college of heraldry included. But coats of arms will have to figure in American civilli sation as mere matters of decoration for some time to come. A railroad automobile has been put Into operation on one of the French railways. It is a combination of en glae and passenger car. Its total length is 88 1-2 feet. The engine is lo cated in the middle and has 125 horse power, and the vehicle will carry. 80 passengers. paris leads the world in dresamak lg. It is estimated that there are 75, -00 persons employed in the dress making establishments of the city, and if one includ.s the workers who de dgn and...

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. — 16 November 1901

4)l+Yy A ,"l hRNALOPTMIa PAurIn i MIf . M. E. LI H ºK E........ litor JTJ$L.I' HE!) EVIRY SATURDAY. Su1,iinription Iprim, 1*pery yr, *$.1.5 Entered at the Pott Office at St. Franciu Vie, 1.a, Uw NrUfndld.(IRNn mahl rmtter 9A'rU1LDAY NOV. 16th, 19lo1* SoIld b7dr lets, Dr \Vm I,'lsn,,lhan, for.merly first assist:nt, is ntow elliEf surg.eonl Iat the 'I'uoro Ilnfirmary, New Orleans. Wha:t'7isu a blly? naks London Tid Bits. The prince of wails: an inhabit;rntiof Laplanld; the morning ('ailer; toonday '"rawler, midnight brawler; thue only precious posses sion Ihat never excites envy; ai key that opens the heart of all clasMes, the rich and poor alke in all counl. tries; a stranger with unispeaskasble cheek, that enters a house without a rLitlh'to his back, and i.i received with open arms. by evelryone. St.:Fraulcisville, can aellreciate this. -_-- -- , _ PALMER'S TEN NIGiIT'S IN A BAR ROOMU Mansager J. R. Matthews sof tthe Pythin aOinra Houuseannaounwes the coning on Nov. 18th, next of Pa...

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. — 16 November 1901

' C-s------ LU -- ;:;;. 1n f lall i 3taI : I ýý' n t:' ; .. .K 1 ItS 4311 4 %.-y '' 1 .im 1, *i~ ~I'º w, ;tiit Ittt:\ '.it BuaI;13 it 1ýrr I;. -t.. pI' iIýrL: ;d 1 ui. All ute i..r1.wlll it,. tlll : i. SI rain ur iVP friol S11.ng!i S leivei4 for XWoodville 3Iiixl trainI ;1rrive't from Wohod. , A ,o1!tes for Slaughter 0:10 3. m.n Aa/ c ...... tow p ul t for anI can giv e Wbejl nlro tuiI .wsp~p're, priodlicals and '. J. BARROW. Ihive your mwicstlrci ta.kten at » M1urn's for clothing. Fit P __ ,l~nsuul of tIhe aWflM £lºs;gttt atsoted dlwfrr4-"uº CPith A "if Nihi lhave (en I 4 .1." 'tARUl EWM BU'KVXE IX (i1iitV'"iT. It. toe'er t~ails to tore. mw rv. itn bottl'51 tuber '.5s -bI &..W M--- id Sa l4'Iidli r t Wo to 01.I ,'s.,.. d uu1º' utf St~t stiul resiadoens, (awl uUIC(V iu 111111 vIeIulity 0*W inu jte vrt A3iaks't' &,aiIiiw say'a lecturer, I I ~ dry gki4Il IIIad cice tit uS ad&c. eki& b.'. 01 1 itt tile' 54 14etr." . iller. III' ºu+"trl:º I u rtUn f irt: 1iit pnriI*' to ...

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. — 16 November 1901

.·r--II--- L. mmm mm Worth Ienowing About. We need of cutting off a woman's breast or a man's cheek or nose in a vain attempt to cure cancer. No need to apply burning pls ten to the flesh and torturing those already weak from suffering. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) gives a~safe, speedy and certain cure. The most horrible forms of cancer of the face, breast.womb, mouth, stomach, large tumors, ugly cancer., eating, festering sores, persistent limples,blood poison,catarrh, rheu matism, terrible itching, scabby skin diseases, etc., are all successfully treated anid cured by Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.). Druggists, $1. Sample of medicine sent free, also many testimonials, by dfscribing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co., 12 Mitchell Street, Atlanta, aa. The fellow who is always telling his troubles isn't half so deserving of sympa thy as the fellow who has to listen. Earnings of Ameriean Railways. Gross earnings of 62 railroads for the frst week in August were $9,251,782, against...

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. — 23 November 1901

THE TRITE DEMOCRAT Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISVILLE. WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 190. NO 48. 0 11 ODD C NER bt -- to AND CURIOUS THINGS AND sc EVENTS. ra as Elongated asueer worn wset Window Ledger of the Ele gaswYllw of Nes lork -Odd h J1s L1*on HIero. w The Past Is Dead. w goal is sailing tIrough the sea, al the Past Is hevvy and hindereth B me, it past bath crusted cumbrous shells hold the flesh of cold sea-mells it About my Houl. Shlge waves wash, the high waves i roll, barnacle clingeth and worketh dole Ujd hindereth me from sailing past, let go and drop I' the sea r gJ fathomless waters cover thee! Ie Ilam living, but thou art dead; e: a drawest back, I strive ahead ti The Day to find. ti hj shells unbindi Night comes be- o hind, 0 gdob must hurry with the wind And trim me best for sailing. .Jey Lanler. a WORN B! PASSINU( COINS. b 'alk about money burning holes in tl lsa pockets," remarked an ob...

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. — 23 November 1901

{d I ..illiA L 0PlOuCILJOURNA1,OFTE PAR I11 MRs. M. E. LE..... Editor 1 plJJ4L.17HfDn EVERY ',ýA'L'itlll)AY Iubicription price, per year, $1.5(1 EV1felIC41 at the Pont office at ft. Frrwite·is yilli, Ll 2t. S4c4Pi"l-(1aM$ ;nril Y;ttý'i I'AY lI'Al' `" (1V -- - (-II fIe( "itl dT1 URSWE E SE. fALtS. - tl SyrullRJ P. Tast9 Cgud. LaoW Be st cough Sod yrp dnruplo . Lic ""g ý inntime. Sold h.drUPfsts till n. t. l t ,' - - - have flogs and not hnIIU:III lee;Iitt, ttº int shotid. he i'stiutlud b; h; eigt. ll c --- the t Si'O) Ill;AI ,. they TTIP t. ý. LTlli\ ercit13 foolhal '~ral tetiull has had a r1111 of hlr1 lnc., witlil till- 'Itl^11, :111dl~ tii(' .~111hnl"I1 an Aal. teams. Of the peculiar uiei; t h;lt': of tbe respective gamres it 111.11t r, i Ii 11 Hot to speak. Foot hall, imay or wain i ,16t be Ilie 1etf'ºIr1'r sort of gaiinir for '' st.udentH anid ienilfeiuell, tiºIutl'..,l a way lee Xrok\s n~tn~e f·'"'iihal. with it nr·y" rules, b)othl ill jet u'r"; lb,ºit jir~ltiet tit. the n1011'...

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