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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 26 December 1896

T , '41'HE TRUC D ?v1 Official Jou'nal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. SW. LEAKE, Jr, b and Prop, ST FRANCISVILLE, WEST IFLICLANA ARISII, IA., SATR , DECEMBER 2, 1896. VOL. 5.---NO. 46. ii'- ii - ii_ " ' Vrofrssionnal Tarbs. amuel J. Powell, John H. Stone, sit. Francisville. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, Attorneys - at - Law, St. Franeisvillc, La. aoBT. SEMPLE. W. R. PERCY, SEMPLE & PERCY, attorneys - at -- Law. Will practice in any court in this district. --Ofice in Bank Building. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISTANA. DR. A. F. BARROW, Physician and Surgeonc St. Francieville, La. Office in Leake building. Telephone ails answered from either Kilbourne's or Mumford's drug stores. DR. H. . LOFTON, DENTIST. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. ,Will be in St. Francieville on the 1st and in Clinton on the 15th of each month. :SIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, ISt Francisvilie, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in his line. Office at residence. A. T. Gastrell, HARDWARE,...

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 December 1896

- T _ THE -: TRUE -:- DE1OCRT. SPULISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The noises and noisoe-makers of New York City have been carefully studied by Dr. J. H. Girdner. He says their name is legion, and that they in juriously affect the health of the peo. pile of New York. He suggests the formation of a Society for the Preven tion of Noise, patterned after the Society for the Prpvention of Cruelty to Animals or the Gerry Society. A Brazilian paper suggests that now that the right to the island of Trini dade has been conceded by Great Britain to Brazil, the Portuguese spelling of the name should be gen erally recognized, as it will help to distinguish the island from that of Trinidad in the West Indies. A good gagesiffciit cam;ene"ie- iQA le f rom the country "where the nuts come from," and this is one of them. Twenty-three of the Armenian exiles who recently asrived at the Port of New York are now in Portland Me., where they have been received with -ordial hospitality and pro...

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 December 1896

HER SISTER'S HONORV A Tale of English Life. EBy Waltor Besant. (:/Lr'i:u' I V.-Continmed. *You have told them, I suppose, thai you are married alrealdy." "No, I have not. I should tell them, of cours", if I could afford it. But can't. T'Ii old mani has found out all about you. tRuth, I don't lknow how. Le's not a bad sort, the old nman; all he says is 'cut it,' that's all." 3uth drew her Boreath quickly. On Ilher la! cheek there showed a spot of color. "'Cut it,' he says, and you shall be a partu'er; keepl i! on anal you shall be a beggar. "That's thi situation. Ruth"--he tlrew" himself iut:o, a chair with a lauda ble assunmpti(tl (if cra'lessness. "A beg gar. There is nothing in the world that. I can do. I don't know any trade-I can't do anything. l'hiere isn't a man in the world morre helpless than I whin it cnomes Ito doing any work that will pay. So you see, as I can't afford t , be a pauper, and it would only make things for you worse if I made you a pauper, teo, I've nla.ic: u...

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 December 1896

"BiW!: TRUE D)EMOCIRAT. 'FFICIAL J OIJINAJL OF TUE I ARISH. W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. nuscriptiolu per rni u , ` IRSQKD EVE.RY SATUR:DAY. ntorea at the Post Omce at St. Franci yule, La., ase seeod class matter. B 8ATURI)AY, DEIC. 26, 1806. .uba bleeds, while the remai- parishi ler ofClhr:tendom eljeys the mer- the pre lIment of Chrlistlami. clerks -- - lowing The word postn.tstress is not to be :nown to the U. 3. p. stal service. fhe United States rightly iakes to-wit distinction of tel in work wllichb to is wholly inllerNso"ial. Similarly the t words editor, poet, author naed no 1i the femininie termination when a worn- i the s 18is meant. IfJ.he can do the t ar ilmplied by these:wordM, there since is no el6ment of sex represented atnd ne ih ,olne should be designated. el Lee Don't be persuaded into buying lini- offenst ments without reputation or merit- the C Chamnberlain's Pain Balm costsi no; more, The and its merits have been preven by a test of many years. Suchlettera as the ...

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. — 26 December 1896

T1i DE1MLOCR AT. igious Notices. Services at Star Hi1. SSlu'A illn oev' mooth, Rlhv.W . g.t.. ;: ntt. Third Sullnay ii iBe, 't . D. Va' vlkeuburgh. atlton11n CatholicChurch. 0f t. Carmel, St. Froncinville, fln1y-'" or every monoth, Rev. Gnc, PieYt. a U.t Services at Bayou Sara. Siall nd`y ofeahll Illonth, at 11 A. .30 p. M. Mii hais a wh iskey ad. In )aper. )i" "yu see it . I rtria l Suu li.l I' Has * A. P. got in its work al'readuIyl C00ll( alldir I ,nlBon s o4)ly" a pet lound,, ;It Aulumford's Store. iil ciTlIItu r tilhat the Hest. t uiot t ofr I rslIkesh Ida iIe Tui, 11,1 to a11y, exclevld by uone,' ,Iler's (hohllcslte and Bonbaons, Ial nr(1s Drung Store. i of thle rany-fr'ul-herne ,)y3'S an114 girls are Ilher fior iloFthlys. Ilf y1ut wiit'1 hat ri tiou let iat ii .F. Town's. e lhope: tlhat e;:hll one (t our ers 14d:11a lui'asalit,:if not a habl 'hristmat,t(ul at, ( thei vey l Iclet, I dll'lr o11 tlht h;' 1. ý pler pounid at Minitiorid', ig Store. e1 crol' lips lhave beentj mad...

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. — 26 December 1896

/ A DEATH FLEET. DRIFTING HULKS IMPRISONED IN A SEAWEED) CONTINENT. Jine-tentis of All Abaudoned Vessels Eventually 1iind an Endt( to Their T'aniderinlas la the .taragossa Sea. AT: out in the Atlantic Ocean, away from the regular tracks of ocean travel and avoided (, witI srupcr~titioas dread iy sailors of all Nations, is a veritable ocetn graved arl. Thiere, amidst a silence never broken save ,by the screcim of the sea. gull or the wild shriek of the storm, rides the Death Fleet, dreary and desolate by day, under the burning glare of the hot, elni-tropical san; grim and spectral in the silvery light of the moon. Fleets may go and fleets may come in the world of men, but this Death Fleet moves silently and ghostlike on its ceaseless journey toward the inevi table end. legularly each month there comcs additions to this silent fleet, but no booming of guns welcome the newcomer and no colors are dipped ; the only greeting is a waving of tat tered sails and broken shrouds and ratlines...

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. — 26 December 1896

si tIse newest skin beautifier, the fg d for the improvement of the esleon. Just conumon, everyday, p tic, dirty mnud. The use and S of this remedy is one of ivutes whu:h the summer girl t back to town with her from 1e of hr sumnler sojourn. Not l"tlrig. by anLy n:ans, this daub I the face and thr'oat with danmp e ertLh, but new to a great many canrd espciiilly n1w to the city es. In the country, far from itud drug stores, its use has lbeen el and effective for many years; 1 t as soon :as the C'ty commences )t out to and encroach upon the tt of ta place, nature's remedies Sro n the go-by. and the people at drugs and "store medicines" for w aid whlch the world around them ,been wont to suppIly. dso it is with mnud. In the early r f the Western States, when doc t and complerxion beautiiers were dke utknoWn. mud was highly valued She women of the country. The flnine sex delight in fair skins and 1Ite hands, even If there is no one in I the township to see thenm, and the agu settleIr Lh...

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. — 26 December 1896

--~ ~ --_-~L___ _.$- L --------- I (I kO 114e Bark! upon the calm, still, midnight Come. the sound of pea!ing bells! Par away their echo sounding. O'er the hills, and o'er the dcllB. Over all, heaven's canopy Stars that shine with brilliant lightp Ufnderneath the snowy hillsides, Glistening through the starry night. Iot a sound to break the stillness, Beigning throughout the earth, Save these bells, so sweetly telling, Of the Saviour's lowly birth. Sweetly ringing, sweetly ringing, Do they tell the story old, Which through all the comfing ages, Shell forever more be told. Softly ringing, they are speaking Of. the dear ones passed away, Of the lives, which out of darkness, Now have entered perfect day. Of the hands so meekly folded, j, Life's long toil forever doney; ,: Of the crosses, bravoly carried, Of the crowns of glory won. Gayly ringlin, they ares peakIng Of the mnny joys to come: Ot the happy laugh of children. Of the love and peace of home, Hark! the angela sing; the carol,...

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 January 1897

RE T IUE EMiOCRAT P I WILJ Official Journal of the Parish of . t Feliciana and School Board. ý as, Pub. at Prop. ST FR. liNCISILLE, WEST FE]LUCI:ý ' RISII, Li., SA' UI)AY, JANUAýRY z, 1897. VOL. 5.---NO. .7. Joun H. Strsfl', I levillo, Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, rney " uat - Law, gt. Francisville, La. W. B. P,:sci'. SIMPLE & PERCY, --i . alt - 5Law. a tre tc in a n y c o u r t in t h is jIBank Bnilding. 'yILL3, LOUSI2ANA, DR A. F. BARROW, yician and 8urgeofl. ,St. Francisvilc(, La. in Leake luildin . 'lclopho ne: "n-.ered from ;ith'r Kilblourue' gKmford's drug stores. DR. H. LOFTON, ENTIS T* Crown and f:tiil: Work a Specialty. in St. Fracuisville on the 1st i n Clinton lon th; 15th of each EY POWELL, D.D.S.,I DENTIST, mnneisvile, - Lonisiana, Bp prepared to do all work in his line. Office at residence. T. Gastrell, ID-IDWAIE, STOVES, WAGON sud CARBIARlE WOOD WORK. use Furnishing Coods. 10PE, WOOlS' MOWINOG A.I CHINES, IlY RAKES, SASHI, ILINDS, DOORS, ETC. JOSEPH STERN,...

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 January 1897

E : TRUE-:- DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. A recent return shows that the de talcation in one month reached a total of $300,000. Despite the recent hard times the classes in the colleges and universities ae unusually large. France has the most expensive par liament in Europe. The two cham bers cost the Nation about $1,500,000 a year. Costa Rtiea has decided to increasb ber regular army from 600 to 1000 men, and the Government is empow ered to incrcase it to 5000 in case of rebellion, or to a greater extent in case of a "scrap" with some foreign rower. A writer in the Fortnightly revicw pays that "if the Prussian conscription were applied in India, we should have 2,500,000 rogular soldiers actually in barracks, with 800,000 recruits coming up every year--:a force with which not only Asia, but the world, might be subdued." The statistician of a Chicago paper has been at work, and finds the Presidential years almost invari ably show a large increase in deat...

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 January 1897

H Tl SISTER'S JiONOR. A Talc of Lnjlg h Life. t :y `t ý 1; -d - u'.. t)ur' A'R :iti. l t last '!U jl:UiA 0 lAaun, said! tilt T, Yh~r~ I '_'lt her gretf'" ,t tct11, :11i the tilmet \:%iti wýnn0t i'1 111,:1 :uie honl hnvc, 1111[ i Me geo.,,,, I borught. her hen':~ y~tea" ~i; . J' rl!atngh Li g red '.'xltll cq 1.; td i ii &. iorc;tanIlii I knew.r grn I~'11 't, 'lm ha ( I 4:,ol s.:'[ h~r2ý"'"r' i~`:itl hor. it'li'IIl. 1 wil S i~to k'new 'lo~t tttl t \illll! t'i 'e ''hucd il~t Ii brarlaP ,,inuur (t trl-n "You cl:11-tterir ty.jt,,o Ownab i'i tli' in ill;` :lr trit~ But !'he thinks ]: h!, t.: --oh. httr Im-rlotII -13 li r. 1~ Uit Ct WnIta I ýlloitll to. Co"."'' it it'- 1'yS a<<_ elm", t. 1. ti pantr. ~ ('11'0ji ' .. t'!ilI the fort of tiet' pi'citjle «-(t"' 10)1 ! clan r(rn1, ,;ttI .1 ain t' : 'h1:'! ,t, rsen~ers' het' t ilr ltiil pu~t 'th prison di' ;;' 1t''1 lent ffcre I 1'ihr .to growil In " ia ni liglht hlair 1''anit ahoutli foi'c'h'ntl' her illalc, r'hi''Ii 1It' long sufj~II...

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 January 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL ,TJOURNA, cOF' TE PARISI, W. V. LIAK I E, .JiR., 'Pr'oprietor. itnbserilption, per anumt - - 1.50. s1i98:1 EI lEVlY SA'TI I'IAY. :intereul at the Pott O(flie at St. FIr"ancis ville, La,., am e'+ll r 'l: lass mattelr. SA''TUIDAY, JAN. 2, 1896. '1 h itottoln iiior plalte 1discloSiires areia sa il.ilownill to our lirihlt ill .thie growth of thlle linavy. 'Tiee foi t of:( ibrallter is nio llonger imprelgnable. Tihe hlig iistiancel iguns *Vwould play havoci; ()it her wºvater .truiirt in cais otf host illits, rand the British will make a move ,1o st'"engthllie the fortificationls Ithere wvithin a year. A dlltlrdly tact was thalt of tlhe gang of Irainwreekers, who iellliov Sii rai l troi a bridlg over the Ca lnha river, 1(Oft high, on Dec. 27th. An excursion train from Birming -hai was thrown olff and i 7 l'er'sloit killed. 1)r. .Zertuchai's letter explaining .ilaceW., (death, tudl plainily iimpl3' ing thibat ithe Cubani gneral ieck =lesSy I-xposed hinstel...

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. — 2 January 1897

13 TRUE )EMOCRAT. "Reiigious Notices. Serv'ies$ at Star Hill. { crronl Peadla in ever'. month. Rev. W. (. I~oll""t· Ih:lj~fist. T1,irl"ºl Siili day in rcrr nlfIInh, I:ev. 1'. 1). \ i ; keibhngh, Sldlo'list· Ser1iCiccs ft Utolnau if a .lt1ol ic 5., 11W(Ih. IpCI'I inrl 1'.t. llY ' rI el, c!P. Francisville,!\' ratber GeciK, priest. ;lMetl14lst SCrvi(" CS at B;ayout Sara. f'oatllt Simndny ofeath monuth, at ii A. orf ;t wedditiit thamt Iol~Oh sem do t~laolY 111131 l aig unit. It i 41101'0 Ita ;tij t1iitier' liiI?C3:.f Fines th ialiets sIid I OaloalI only 250Cs Ih1'i P0111141 at AinaiaiItd's ping Store34. 1VeilitnllL alr'St."tiill cerel tlile (,illy will) 19 Pallisy's suibstitulte, kindly 5114't ill thle ilktplai" Spariti Notes, ----- -- ilrqilil to illy, excelle'd 1y inone,'" hilijtbtllfa (haidaIt's ad ' n Thibons, alt D1i111gil~id1i'aDrg Store. Plr 'I)oiiJtlms, 111 jiit'ji aia ionl for' 31st, will illst ictja (chat: fobr ton lii uiiitIfI 5'il I43 81111 hve3 alrel itly g Iive I in 4ulier...

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. — 2 January 1897

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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. — 2 January 1897

HOW '10 FIND OUT. Fill a bottle with urine and let it stand twenty-four hours; : sediment or settling indieates a diseaseed condition of thokidneys. When your urine stains your linen it i.s evi dent you have kidnoy trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate is eonvincing proof that youc kdueyv: and bladder are out of order. WtHAT TO DO. ,rtero is ,omrfort in the knacwledlgeao often expre~sed, that I)r. Rillner's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfllls every owish ia relieving letin in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder anod every part of the urinary pas sages. It corrects inablity to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and over tomes that unpleasant necessity of being .eompelled to got up during the night to urinate. The mild and extraordinary effect .tSwarnp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. Hold by draggists at fllfty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle anti book free mention this paper and send to I...

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. — 2 January 1897

SY WASHINGTON NOTES. Most Importaat Doings of Statesmen and Officials, E Li TAKES HER DEPARTURE. be Gtrown Iu the South--Internal evenue Collectlona--Voorhees' See tay Killed--Nava Statlon For ot Royal,. Voorbees' Secretary Killed. ester R. Faulker, the private see ry of Senator Voorhees, of Indi who was knocked down last Thurs I night by a street car, died at Provi ce Hospital, Friday afternoon. He rer recovered from the shock conse nt upon the amputation of his leg, ich was a n:ecvssnry result of the . dent. Navil Station for Port Royal. e secretary of the navy has rded a contrnet to the Lombard n te Workd afld Snlly Company, of igust, (Ia., for a t.tel water tower d tank at the: Port. loyalv Naval Sta Ifn fo: I,) ,, , id! for the storehouse the samoe pIJltc to L. P. Hazen. & ., of Cincinnati, for ,o. ailer Wants to be Recorder of D)oeis John L. Wallcr, of Kansas, who as -consul of the Uniited States at 'Tama e, Maldageasar, and subslequently an ate of a French prison became a...

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 January 1897

An I[ · " >HE 'DEMOCRAT . • --.-_---- Official Journal of the Parish of West Felllana and School Board. W, W.LEAKE, Jr., Pub, and Prop, ST.,K;IVIL S FLICK .__/ ST. NCISYILE, WEST FHLICIANA ]ARISIl, LA., SATUIIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1897. -VOL. 5.--NO. 4 •AA , W , 4_ _ 1U r.~r~r·*V um-, I" l lJ Prowel, John H. Stono, St. Fnt nc:ville. Clinton, La. SPOWELL & STONE, attorneys - at Latw, St. Francisville, La. g, sPLr. w. R. PERCY, SEMPLE & PERCY,. * ttorneys - at - Law. Will practice in .any court in this . rict. -Office in BSuk Building. SFRANCISVILLE, LO UISIANA. DR. A.' F. BARRO3W, Physician and Surgeon. St. Francisville, La. Ofieen Leako building. Telephone 'dls answered from either Kilbournt's Sr0f4mfordc's drug stores. DR. H. LOFTON, DENTI S T. Crown and Bridge .Work t Specialty. Willbein St. Fraucisville on the lst d in Clinton on thou15th of each tioth. _ SIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S.,I .DENTIST, $Frncisvilie, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in hi line. Office at residence...

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 January 1897

THE -:- TRUE :- DE OCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUITANA. Fully one-third of the land in Great Britain is owned by meimb,:r rof the I House of Lords. There are more than 200,)0)0 vol umes in the National Library of Mex ico, and a(lditions are being made by every steamer from New York anl Europl The work of extending stlstantial aid to the sut'ring thonsisaris of Ar menia goes bravely on: in the t'cited States, while Europe is busy evading the question of Christianity and humaunty ver's:us political expe!Aieacy and the balance:lu of power. St. PIaul'i, Univ.,rsalist church of Chic,,go. often e lied "'the church of the miliio:aires," because of i;s ex tremely wealthy cogregation, wiill very soon start an aitvurtising cant paign. The object of the advertising is to attract the masses, and thua ex tend the scope of the church's work. Two-headed snakes, like inventions, seem to originate simultaneously in different phices, notes the New Ylork Sun. Just as one is being...

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 January 1897

1:0E(' COO3I" IN A NEW YOR: HOSPITAL. i1btrln its Walls Patients PIass Int reac:efiul lumbners-TI'hey wCaktcn Fully IRestored to Health. ~TiE strangest room that an ' int.itution for the care of th sick poseECses is located in th b iemuent of the New Yor post Grad'I:te Ilcsapital. The hospite iatho: Cit have oflieialy named it th 'Slcep lo2Omn. It ;s here that the much-scoffed-a b,y....ot:c power proves to be a blessin to the afl!:ctcd. Pain is banished an. ple..nure takes its plac. The mos (is`ressilg operation becomes to the eufcrcer a :a:tter of ccngriatulation. .che doctors say that people, as rule, ha:e :: very erroneous idea o hyu,.otis:u ndl its ef'ects. As a mrtte of fact, blvpoutie- is like all othe Pow.erfu'l int!uences, capable of being di-erted into channels of evil, as wel asthuoe of good. Hyp otic suggestion when bI'ought about by the prope person, is ucnver injuriou in its effects becansE. great care is taken in selectin' a subject, to ascrtaiu if he or she it of s...

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 January 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OPFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH. ;-- -- . r . . VW. W. LEAKE, JR.; Proprietor. tbsrip2tion, per annum - $1.50. ISstUED EVERY SATURDAY. Erntered at the Post Office at St. Francis. vile, La., as second class matter. SATURI)AY, JAN.9, 189. 'Tie 'Paris editor of 1t:lo lerald 'claims to havtr 'woof that Miaceo is 'alive. Senator lortfiy 'has gone on an unofficil 'trip to Cnluba to see for himtielf the state of afrliirs. A womlan stncceceds Ward McAl `lister a: a leader oft New York's Four hunudied. She is a bliss Do 'Baril. If Maceo is dead, we suggest that ~f he were used as the Ci Ciampe "ador in old Spanish history was, 'viz, set upon a'hterea and placed at the head of Cuban forces, it would 'run theSpaniards back to iHavana. A death-dealing cyclone has swept over the northern part of 'Louisiana, destroying the town of Mooningsport,'kilntig four persons and injuring many others. Confrere Ostrander of the OHIt. 'ton Watchman has a son for a 'new year's gitt. If lhe ma...

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