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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 24 April 1897

eligious Notices. Grace Church. aduys, at 11 a. in., 7:30 p. .m. Weuk on during Lent, Wednesday and d° t 11 ,, a ., 4:30 p. mi with ad dy oW selected topics from the Sermon. t' e .1ount. Sunday School every d at 9:30 a. iu. eo. Newman Supt. tServices at Star Hill. Wod Sunday in every monthl, Rev. W. n:0usl t. Itaptist. Third Slnuday in (n:itih, Rev. F. D. Vauvalkenburgh, odlist. Sat Itonain Catholic Church. a.r )Nry of Mt. Carmel, Si. Franmcisville, SSund:ay or every month, Rev. th tir cs, priest. lodist Services at Bayou Sara. t'ourth Sunday of each month, at 11 A. and 7:3) P. P . Schedule of Trains. ives from W'oodville........10:40 a. m. ves for auterh ............ 11:10 a. m. rrives from Slaughter ........2:20 p. m. rtes for Woodvillo .... ...... 2:35 p. m All at St. Francisville post-oflce, closes bslf hour before departure of train.; 11 for Sitr. Cleon elose at 5:05 p. In. 1i for Str. Liberty at 5:05 p. m. Tuesday urlay ansd Saturday. Boating is a favoiito amis ;menat now. We...

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. — 24 April 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. — 24 April 1897

Wit and Humor. C Paradoxical "What makes Mudge ok so vacant?"' "He is full."--In ianapolis Journal Askins-Was it hard to accomplish? -eller--Hard? It was as hard as it is for a red-nosed man to look coldly In- , tellectual.-Puck. She-I think I might ove you more if you were not so extravagant., ITe [t's my extravagant nature that makes me love. you so.-Life. I "Is your picture in the Academy a success?" "That's what I amn wonder Ing. Some one said it was worth the price of admission."-Puck~. Gracie--Papa, a monologue Is when people talk to themselves, is it not? Papa--Yes; or, sometimes, when they talk to their husbands.-Puck. Arthur-I would marry that girl but for one thing. Chester--Afraid to pop the question? Arthur-No. Afraid to guestion the pop.-Brooklyn Life. STagleigh - Balloon sleeves were bound to go up in the er.d. Wagleigh Sure. That is why they were named baloon sleeves.--Bosto Tr2aveler. Brown--Have you decided what you are going to call the baby? Jones--Oh, yes I We're...

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. — 24 April 1897

.,..AC1ME SALOON. =...r E. R. lYOSES, ....Dealer in.... ,,, FANCY CROCERIES, FRUITS. CANDIES . ; and FINE WINES. _ He also oarries in, stook the finest brands of Whiskies, eauch as Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jockey Club, Belle of Feliciana. yt: ' . .ll.. . . ... ,. .,. .-- - -, ,jl-l i ..-,.--...... ,AR ON TqE FRONTIER, News of Actual hostilities -Shocks the World, Ii ASHA ORDERED TO TAKE ThE OFFENSIVE eroe 'lghtlag Between the 'wo Ar 'nles, In Which the Greeks Show "Great Bravery-Gredt Military Ac- 1 tivity on the Frontier. The council of ministers, after a see- i ion at the palace at Constantinople, aturday, declared that war had S roken out on the frontier owing to r e i~cersion by the Greeks on Turk- N h territory atd Erhem Pasha, the i 'urkish militaryommander, was or- s ered to asesume the offensiV. The i nnonncement of the actual ýistence I a state of war on the frontier was at I 'at misunderstood, reports that the t uncil of ministers had declared war e n Greece, being widely ci...

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. — 1 May 1897

1'~~~~ , · ~···.;,: ·· iI 7? TR f Ofiial Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. I :I. '- w f . .ST. FIMCISYILLE, WEST FaIA APARISh, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 1,, 1.97. VOL. VI NO..3. ,  ) -- T.n •~·:- r - T pamuel J. Powoll, John H. Stone, S. St. Francisville. Cliaton, La. POWELL & STONE, t' .ttorneys - at . Law, St. Francisville, La. 0 S1T. EMPLU. W. B, PEROT, SEMPLE & PERCY, ALttorneys -- at - Law. ~' Will practice in any court in this --Ofce in Bank Building. . I . F~ mOISVILLE, LOUISIANA. DR. A. F. BARROW, 'hys oian and Surgeon, Si. Francisville, La. 'Offi in Leake `buikding. Telephone :wls answered from either Bilbourhe's fda Miafuord°' drug stores. D16NEY POWELL, D.D.S., SDENTIST, S|t'Frarci villp, - Louisiana, i Is prepared. to do all work in his line. Ofice at residence. , T., Gastrel, H .:BARDUWARE, STOVES, WAGON Ebýi` d CARRIAGE WOOD WORK. .ouse Furnishing Coods. BOPE, WObD*' MIOWING MA. CHINES, ily RAKES, SASH, "B LINDS, 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. — 1 May 1897

'T : TRUE BEOIIlRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT B'' PRANnIgVILLE. LOUISIANA. In the last fifteen years about $350, 000,000 has been invested in 2,753 electric light central stations in the United States, aind during the same period some $250, 000, 000 has been in vested in about 8,000 isolated plants. This shows the enormous develop ment of the electric lighting business. A most commendable undertaking is on foot in Iowa, where the farmers, who have been using *A€ for fuel, are planning to send it ,q the starving people of India. Golrnor Drake has received many communications from people who offer to present car loads of provisions for the faohid' sufferers, if the state will nanfet, com mission to take care of them and in duce the railroads to give free trans. portation. " In the past sixty years the forests of America have produced the enor * mousquantityof 824,000,000,000 feet, and the value estimated at more than $25,000,000,000. It is a curious re flection that the forests, once regar...

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. — 1 May 1897

SWO51NFLUCE A CnI'ERn X'-Contined,. Once in her ro:)m, Margaret did not go to bed, but changing her dress to a light wrapper she ran to Miss Hilton's apartment. "Are you asleep?" she called, softly. Being answered in the negative, she opened the door and entered. "Dear Miss Hilton," she cried, going to the side of the bed antl placing her band with caressing gentlennss on the bot, throbbiing brow. "Are you better? You should have let me stay with you." 'No, dear, I'm glad I didn't. I really feel much better. Your bathing had a magical off et. I have been asleep ever golong, and I feel wakeful now. Did you have a pleasant evening?" "Yes, so pleasant. The Colonel was really quite charming. I forget to feel unhappy even a moment." , "I hope you will always know such forgetfulness, Margaret. You have so much to make you happy, so many who love you dearly. My brave little woman must not give way to this despondency. Sit here for a while, if you are not too tired, and we will talk. Was Al...

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. — 1 May 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH. W. W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. Subscription, per uauum - $I.50. IAsKu EV'iuY SATL'DAY. Entered at the Post Office at St. Francis ville, La., as second class mattter. SS UIDAY, MAY 3, 1897. tooI- tftm ý foi edru erott& or A Broken lLiak. The rising waters have passed the ,highst record at this point, which in 1892 was 42.2 anlil at this writing tho guage now reads 42.4 and is still rising. This breaks the physi. cal link between Bayou Sara and S3t. Francisville, as the elevated connecting street is now under wa. ter. Bayou Sara has made a gal lant struggle, and it is butjust that her twin sister, now in the hours of peril, should extend a helping hand and, at least, aid her in keep. ing up a communicatibsf with the rills. Raising the plank walk and "fllhng in the street from the foot of thq hill.,to the railroad crossing would be. . .- justifiable expense which` the traffic between the two towns demands. Lower St. Francisetil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 1 May 1897

$E TRUE DEAIOOR eigious Notic=. Grace Chureh. SIHdlas, at 1 a. in., 7Z0 p. P. .Weak during Lent, Wednesday and adsY at i1 a, mn.. 4:30 p. im. with ad on aelected xopica from the Sermon ae IouRt. Sunday School every ay t 9:30 a. mn. Geo. Newman Supt.. Services at Star Hill. -Cond ud eey p very onth, Rev. W. to o lIaptist. Third Sunday in nAotb, Be, F, D. Vauvalkenburgh, - dit*. at Boman Catholic Churclh. 1. iry of Mt, Carmel, S. Francisville, -. day .Z every month, RYev. -odst Services at Bayou Sara. -orth Snnday of each month, at 11 A. S :30P.0 1. gtc(ille olfraIrs, 'va from Woodville ........10:40 a. m. foraghter............11:10a.m. *e' from Slaughter ........ 2:20 p. m. a for Woo4ville .......... .235 p. m gSt Franciuville post-oafe, closes r ooar'beforedeparture oftratii. for Sir. Cleon closes at 5:05 . m. forStr. Liberty at 5:05 p. m. Tuesday and Saturday. g(l In the post office at Bayou Sara south bound train, 10:30 a. mn. -,lillo 2 p. m. For Str. Cleon 6 a. m. st. Liberty, o...

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. — 1 May 1897

CUBAN WAR REVIEW. TWO YEARS OF FIGHTING WITH LITTLE RESULT. flistory of the P.rcsent Uprising stOry of the Stormy Island from Its Discovery-Topographical and Climatic Conditions. A Land of Rebellion. Nenrly two ye'ars hav e elapItsed since Sf1JCubnq dnclared that they would no longer endure the yoke of Spain. Mil lons of doilaus have been expeinded dur ing that time, both in the maintennnce of rnis an rd the dc:truction of the proper ty of the I'people of the war-swept islanld.. Feb. 24. 1,S,5, is the date upon which tbe in:ir ir:Ints delaureld their ilecpend 2reX, and before the end of the inoiinth martial law had been proclaimed in IIa 911 GENERAL JUAN RUIZ RIV;RA. I aona, Jose Marti was placed at the head of the provisional government, and Gen, n Maximo Gomez had arrived in Cuba to r lgin operations. I 'The history of the island runs coinci ent with our own, and is therefore inter- 1 ating. Cuba was discovered by Christo- c Dier Columbus Oct. 28, 1492, sixteen days v after he to...

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. — 1 May 1897

tjisrc. or the White House. i.ith rCegardl to the plan for the erec of a cairn on PayUe's hill, in Quill in honor of Mr.. Abigail Adam c. the Adams chapter of Qul the Society of the Iaughters ouAhe lution are to build on the (th of e it seems that the idea of qtecting wu morial was discussed by the bers of this society at tl1 time of building of the cairn in honor of standtish, at Squantua, last Sep. r. he matter having also been ated to the Quincy Historical So it became a matter of courtesy to arran1e a joint celebration by to societies, and Mrs. Titus, the t of the Adams chapter of Quincy tle Society of the Daughters of the OfiDon, states tlhat she wrote to the a of the Quincy Historical So and also to the curators, some six ago, requesting that a meeting 01 be called to consider the matter. 1b action having been taken by the S listorical Society, it was voted proceed independently with the cele ponD which has the approval of eir president, as there should be no ,lry between soci...

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. — 1 May 1897

.,.,ACME SALOON; '.. - E. R. MOSES, ....Dealer in.... FANCY CROCERIES, FRUITS, CANDIES '. and FINE WINES. He also carries in etook tho finest brands of Whiskies, such as Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jockey Club, Belle of Feliciana. = . '. 1It199P~ aB699r89P t Pdbb99Pdlbr Ilbbl9 lbb19Pdt1911PlllrBPdbbitllt~dbb99ldý° itta I * a irect r BAKER. Mrs. B. Temnpl], bread and cake. BLACKSMITHI. T. T. Lawson, bIackErnmith and oar~inge trimmer. .,' BUfCIIERt. M!agearl & Davidson. Beef every dCiy. Mutton an4.pork occasionally. M, foaontllWl; reseeda.Ys, pturdaye, and _____jndrd'a/. CONFECTIOER"`: aue Friend, Candace, Soda a The. DRUG ¬I T. F. If Munfox& 14, a1 t. L. P. Kii~u4ý.site Banik. S y poo of Aq1ey and n' F; . ;e d r u7 ,, 4 or IetepeI>par dtiut, rates X2.O00 ;X . · per clay. ."' k etd, Mrq. Davidson. B 1i11lSg., St. .L ttciaviso e+. ki`, iY j, . 1I $ rcy, "life and firer ·y . True Democ rat o ice, fire and lice.O ~~ :2 not lunch at iIho' -. Piett14i = < li eb' da'1; ig~~ot x"/ 11 ...

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. — 8 May 1897

Official Journal of the Pa sh of West Foliciana and School Board. ,. LEAKE, Jr, Pub, an Prop ST. FPRANCISVILLE, WEST F- C A PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1897. VOL. V NO. 14. j. Powell, John H. Stone, MSt. Francisville. Clinton, Ij,. f p0WELL & STONE, ;ttornes - at - Law,. St. Francisville, La. -4 MP.-, . W. B, PEROY, S EMPLE & PERCY, i; ttorueys - at -- Law. i Will practice in any court in this I -Office in Bank Building.- FRANCISVILLE, LOUISi TAA. DR. A. F. BARROW, Phy~cian and Surgeon, '4 St. Francisville, La. eein Leake building. Telephone lanswered from either Kilbourne's i~lIumford's drug stores. ~ NEY POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, , Francisville, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in bis line. Office at residence. A. T. Gastrell, IIARuiWj RE, STOVES, WAGON sad CARRIAGE 'WOOD W&YRK. H.$ouse Furnishing Coods. R BOPE, WOODS' MOWING MA CH.INES, HAY RAKES, ,ASII, B LINDS, DOORSM, ETC. JOSEPH STERN, ....Lpaler in.... General Merchandise. .h te Stable in Connection Wit...

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. — 8 May 1897

T : TRUE -: DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. A Washington physician has offered $100 "to any one producing a well. authenticated case of hydrophobia ir either man or dog." The Philadelphia North American asks "if the theatre hat is to be legis lated against, what is to b3 done with the men who crowd out between the actsb?" The British Consul at Cadiz says that Spain's wretched showing in ag ricultural pursuits is due to the use of primitive implements, many of them dating to the time of Julius C:zsar. A training school for nurses, estab. lished and maintained by colored peo ple, is now a feature of Now Orleans. It is expected largely to imerbve the sanitary condition of the colored peo ple and reduce the death rate among them, which, in New Orleans, is nearly twice as great as that of the white peo ple. The modern shark is deteriorating In ages gone by there were ferocious sharks, such as would make a mouth fal of you without blinking seventy feet in length...

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. — 8 May 1897

wIANS INFUENCE C HAI'TER XII-Contlnued. Tae next morning Margaret received 4 note from the rectory asking her to .omo to Mrs. Ivens, who was very sick. Walting only f r a hasty breakfast, and .obeying Brian's instructions to wrap herself warmly, she departed on her :erand of mercy. Through the peaceful quiet of the i.abbath morning she made her way lover the well kept road, until she Beached the rectory, an unpretentious little house, sitting back in an equally $,pretentious garden. A narrow, beaten pathway led to the modest entrance, and on either side of were tiny borders of dead flowers, aound whole lifeless stems the brown leaves clung convulsively. , Iargaret's ring was answered by a Jired.lookinIg maid servant, who led the way into the poorly furnished little parlor. While she questioned the girl "s to her mistress' condition Margaret's !eyes tiaveled wistfully aLout the room, whose cheery homeliness not even the jillusionizing infiuence of poverty, od entirely dispel. Yet the...

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. — 8 May 1897

TIHE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL JOURNMLJOF THE PARISH. W. W. LEAXE, JR., Prijpritti. ',ynibsrrijtioii,. per atuiiuui - - $1.54). :]jntrcdl at the Port MOfei at St. Ti.;f'nis9 villi, La., U s sRº!)AY ,rMaYos 1897tt(S. In time. id y e All Feel It. It' there .was anyone in this en 4ire comm un:ty so .utllfeeliut .as not to sylnpathizg with his neighbors on the river--and wedonot believe that ini the -entire 'length .andl breadth of the ,parish there is one such,-it Iwould certainly be bronght hoInmeto ,himn now, ill the loss of the daily-train and the-con sequent delay in the mail service. For it will be-seen by statement in ;another columnl :that the passenger andi mail train to Slaughter has been discontinued since Saturday last, owing to the submerged con. iit.ion ot:ahe track, over a distance of two and a half miles below town. This is a great rhardship to our people. Accustomed to .tolerably qluick transit.bytrail, when .duty or pleasure called them away, .and to the couvenlience of...

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. — 8 May 1897

·. ý TE. NfIJ ! 1 OCRAT. ;otilC .tiea Grace C Viwr4I. dai, at 11 it. Iu., 7:30 lt'. tu '1eck J6iing Lent, We h84Ydv anid at 11 a. tn., 4:30 1. in. With ad oile cctod topWcs froth the S4ermon jbj JIoultt Sta1unc(3 Selhooi every y i 9-0 a. ra. .Gco. ý'clsnrau Sul,t" Services at star Hill. tcnnd Eunllac its, VOW mouthJ, Rev. «'. Ca tt Rev. I. D. a k nburgh, Cg~tI;ý,al CathelicChurchtll Ft S of p nfat. (;t'ev er y >< risvlle dSundav mo vey lbnthl, sv Rv. Qcrieeervie, t P' Vayoui Sara. fourth' Snnday of atwh mont1t, at 11 A. 1u 7:30'1'. fi. Schedule of Traisis. vesfroM odvill ........ er10:0 a. . vegfur fiugliter . .11:10 a. in. tae f n Slaughter........2:20 p. u. to ves f6 or r od vill ..... ...2:35 r . n M yeil tSt Francisviillo post-otffice, closes a neof hxr before departure of train.; 1 for Sr. Cleon closes at 5:05 P. np . he pil for Str. Liberty at 5:05 P. ui. Tuesday y and ,atirday. l the st office at Bayo Sara sounth bound tranu, 10:30 a. in. joý1ile 2 p. in. For Str. (le...

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. — 8 May 1897

,OVE AWHEEL Some fair score years or more ago, In puritanic age, Priscilla's greatest treasure was IHer wheel, thln all the rage, 'And many a "spin" on it she took. And truth, too, nitiny a "reel," The while she looked so dainty, many a IIt.art she needs must steal. Asmall wonder John carnme courting, and with Love quite lost his head; So swiftly did the noiseless wheel Obey the stately tread. While every re'volution took him Iý,srther on the way; Ah, maids were sweet, and love was fleet, E'en though austere the day. And yet, nmethinks, times have not changed So greatly after all; As tribute, just as many hearts, To our own maiden fall. When on the highway spinning, in her. "Talm" and cutaway, Dan Cupid on her shoulder rides, With arrows keen to slay. His little belt is hung with hearts, (ay cychlrs, have a care; Lest "scorching" past, a roving dart " Should Batch you unaware. What though one hell the spindle; one The hanilhbar clasped tight; Aye were maids the sallle sweet pattern,...

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. — 8 May 1897

A WASHINGTON DEBUTANTE. Mary Wilson, Daighter of the Postmaster General. Miss Mary Wilson is the eldest laughter of Postmaster General Wil son and is one of this season's Wash sggton debutantes. . iiss Wilson was born in Washing ton about eighteen years ago at the dome of her maternal grandfather, prof. Iluntington, of Columblan Un! Sersity, but spent the first few years tf her life at the old family home in k bgest Virginia. She was educated at ther-iblllIls Institute in VYiginia, from Which -'be was gradduated last June. be is devoth.1 to her music and books quite as much i.s the gayetles of society ilfe, aind her s veet voice charms all who hear her her ng. Like all othe Washington girls, she •oclares" al ance to the wheel, and it a ve chlng bicycle suit she is often se spinning over the smooth to' MISS MARlY WILSON. asph:altutm parings of the Capital City. ohe has her mother's cordiality of man aer, and her merry, blithesome dispost tlon makes her popular with all who now her. M...

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. — 8 May 1897

. ...ACME S/LOON....  iE. R. MOSES, ....Dealer in.... " FANCY CROCERIES, FRUITS. CANDIES and FINE WINES. \ He also carries inostook the finest brands of Whiskies, such as Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jockey Club, Belle of Felicians. ý1IUnrlU1111ýý»r11d1r1ýýýtrulllrrledýýrl6ýý'rls9ýýýr8i`Q 1L911111 tý ~usiness gireforg. BAKER. Vrs. R. Tempel, bread and cake. BLACKSMITH. T. T. Lawson, blacksmith and car:iage trimmer. BU I ER. 'Iagenrl @ Davidson. Beef every day. Mutton and pork occasionally. ~, Rosenthal, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. pONFECTIONERY.; riend, Candies, Soda Water and `- DRUGGIST. SF. T. Mumford, 211 Royal St. L. P, Kilbourne, opposite. Bank. FRUITS. Sam Venci, corner of Alley,and Ferdinand. HOTEL. Jleyer Hotel,, near depot, rates $2.00 per day. dBank Hotel, - Mrs. Davidson, Bank Bl)'g.; St. 'rancisville. INSURANCE. t. H. Percy, life and fire. W. W. Leake, Jr., True Democrat office, fire and life. LUNCH. S'lunch at all hours. J. G. Plettin ger, Agt., foot of hill. MATT SS-...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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