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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 15 May 1897

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. W. W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FIRANCISVILIE, ,EST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY,1MAY 15, 1897. VOL. VI.---NO. 15. imuel J. Powell, John H. Stone, 6t. Francisville. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, A.attorneys - at = Law, St. Francisville, La. 0oBT. SEMPL. V. . PERCY. i SEMPLE & PERCY, attorneys - at -- Law. Will practice in any court in this distriot. --Oce in Bank Building. gT. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. i DR. A. F. BARROW, Physician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. Office in Ifeake building. Telephone ealls answered frgo either Kilbourne's or Mumford's dr stores. SIDNEY PO*ELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, St. Francisville, - Louisiana, Is prepared to.do all work in his line. Office at residence. -i i A T. Gastrell, BlARDWARE _ VES, WAGON and ARRIA 00D WfORLK. House Furnishinig Coods. ROPE, WOODS MOWING MA. CHINE., HAY taS, SASH, BLINDS, DOOk .ETC. JOSEPH STERN, ....Dealer in.... General Merchandise. Lhera Stable I...

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. — 15 May 1897

?HE -: TRUE -: EIOCTAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FnANCISVILLZ, LOUISIANA. Statistics show that women lmarry later in life than they used to. Northern papers are just awakening to the fact that Mississippi is fatten ing a few cattle for the Chicago mar kets. During the last 20 years the railways of the world have absorbed 50,000,000 tons of steel, or almost half the total product. A French statistician has calcnlated that the eye travels about 6i)(0') feet in reading an ordinary-sized novel. No wonder the eye gets tired. The Boston library has 628,000 vol. mines, with 13,000 separate editions of Shakespeare's works. It stands second to the Congressional library at Washiigton in the number of its vol nmes. Germany pays foreign clntrios about $7,000,000 a year for fruit. The recent move against American apples may have been toward reducing ex penses and not because the deadly ba cillus was present in them. President George Falloon of the Ohio fish and game commission says that the supp...

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. — 15 May 1897

w-- 5NFL ENCE • i t A-, - _ (IIA ' it Xl --Continutelid. She bient her hea:d, pre(teinding to ex e.the gl.aining stones, but raised -iediat', y, o say rather slowly: tr ell me what you wish most, and you m Ili have it." Brian gave ai questioning glance at halfYavYritl face. lie hesitated, pr only for a secon.I. The next he had lght ter iii hi arlms, and holding her imst his bheating heart he pressed a g, passionate kiss upon her passive d( r:. She made not the slightest resistance, ugh her face had grown very white. 1 He laid his owin interpretation uponf *sign. "You are angry," he said, i wing her to go at last. *No, no, not angry; that was your a istnias gift." She spoie with an effort and once re fell to admiring her pin. Brian atehed her with a longing she felt in her than saw. To avoid his eyes she s ew her chair, closer to the fire and led her head in its cushioned back. "It is odd," remarked Brian, after an wkward pause. "I think the world h old smile to know that a husband...

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. — 15 May 1897

E -:- TRUE DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Statistics show that women anurry later in life than they used to. Northern papers are just awakening to the fact that Mississippi is fatten ing a few cattle for the Chicago mar kets. During the last 20 years the railways of the world have absorbed 50,000,000 tons of steel, or almost half the total product. A French statistician has calculated that the eye travels about 6000i feet in reading an ordinary-sized novel. No wonder the eye gets tired. The Boston library has 628,000 vol mmes, with 13,000 separate editions of Shakespeare's works. It stands second to the Congressional library at Washington in the number of its vol ulmes. Germany pays foreign conntries about $7,000,000 a year for fruit. The recent move against American apples may have been toward reducing ex penses and not because the deadly ba cillus was present in them. President George Falloon of the Ohio fish and game commission says that the supply 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. — 15 May 1897

ON 5 iNFLt ENC (C1. t!'TEIi XI lf-(Continue1. She b,,nt hlr head, protending to ex ne tie :la :uing stones, but raised It ' to say rather slowly: Tell nce what you wish most, antid you l1 have it. Brian ,ave a questioning glance at half-avertedl face. lie hesitated, atonla for a secen I. The next he hard asught aor in hi armus, and holding her ,gainst his ti,.ting heart he pressed a ag, passionate kiss upon her passive e_ made inot the slightest resistance, tough her face had grown very white. lie laid his own interpretation upon bi.s sign. "You are angry," he said, 1llowing her to go at last. 'so, n , not angry; that was your ristmas gift." She spoke with an effort and once more fell to admiring her pin. Brian watched her with a longing she felt rather than s-aw. To avoid his eyes she drew her chair clover to the fire and buried her head in its cushioned back. "It is odd," remarked Brian, after an .awkward pause. "I think the world would smile to know that a husband is .mly permitt...

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. — 15 May 1897

THE TRUE DEMMOCRAT. F)PPIC[AL JOURNAL OF TIE PAIISII. W. ILI:AKE, JIR., ProprIetor.OL S p j) "i Isiulkl - - ;51. t. fl)X lil~irll (I DEi;c' :IArrll 1u)Ay~.;W Esitcrc l at tURDPost Office at St. 15 r:n19is. Ville, LB... as secondI~ class Illatttm'. SATT~i D 11, MAY 115 1897. Beat Cough Syrrup. TItens Goi. Use in time. Wild bby drnulate. The Seventeen Year Locusts. These insects have made their appearance in West Feliciana. They were first heard of around Laurel Hill butnow 'they are 'becolD. ilg numerons in other parts of the parish, their peculiar slirIl chirp, forming the most noticeable note in the woodlandl lusic of to-day. They are invested with a certain interest to every one on account of the periodicity of their return, and are regarded with not a little Iawe by the saperstitious who believe that the W they (lescry on the back of the insect p)resages war. The thoughtfl'ul mintd will suggest, at once, that the fateful letter stand(s for wealth as well as for war, and that the ...

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. — 15 May 1897

jaug ''JiRUE D.EMiOCRBlAT. Reiigious Notices. Grace ChurIih. Saunday, at 11 a. m., 7.10 p.in. IWek rah during Lent, Weddiwedil and Friday at 11 a. ii., 4:30 p. im. with ad dress" on selected topicC diaoti.thi Sermon a the blounnt. Sunday $Kleol every gojdaY at 9:30 a. tn. G3e. Newman Supt. Services at Star Hill. ~Eld Sihlday in every ionntli, Rev. W. . Conan.t, itiajtist. Third Sundayv in ry .onllth, ~Rev. F. D. Vanvalkeibunrgh, gethodist. gerices at lioman Catholic Churclh. St. Mary of '3t. Carmel, SF. Franicisvile, end Sauday ot every month, Rev. Father Gecus, priest. lethodist Services at Bayou Sara. Fourth Sund:ty of each month, at 11 A. and 7:30 '. M. Schedule of Trains. Arrives from Woodville........10:40 a. im. ve for Slaughter............11:10 a. m. arrives from Slaiglihter........2:20 p. mn. ve~s forWlor4ville..........235 p. mi -ail at St. r:ancisvillo post-otllce, closes one half hour before departure of train.i gail for Sir. Cleon closes at 5:05 p. in. hail for Str. L...

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. — 15 May 1897

RESIS ON LOVE. NEW VIEW O(F MI.':c  o POUNDED IN (;.ofI'AM. Foft JIi:,cies Are tUhe Latest Fa'i Filth Aveeae Tea l oomn an A]aInless Eden - Wo mncl's Ia.,Ii 'F i -;. (,q!,, qial N'ý' Y, rl. ].h!cr S(S'L' farcy lober old ILondon go ing, wild over "loot liyc., ittl,ý' bi~evclos on the fer.t--andi whirliug in the parks at break neck uiped ! New Yorkers, of cou':-e, must follow cnit; anl a sch(ol! has: been openled for this latest craze. Two tiny tires are joined together anid o constructed as to fit the hoot or shoo firnmly. The softness of the rubber and the case and speed with which one can spin along is is indeed luxurious and exWlarating. This iaf assuredly an age where the one cry is "Timne iles ;" and we are all chasing after it. Imagline the sensa tion of a modierln iip Van Winkle who had slept from a date when cable cars and lb)cycles, to say nothing of "wheels in the head," had not made their appearance. His cry would be, "1 am not mad, but crazy." Miss Virgiria Earle, the c...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 15 May 1897

extraordinary fact is, says a grieon doctor, that a large proportion rf criminals can draw and sketch well . :l rlll \n't I In Th~inPfntion of Alabastino marked a new Snl wa1l coatiings, and from the stand ^tofte Unilding owner was a most mn Iait )i,eovery. It has from a smal!l b-o. .mn" bransch ~'! ouIt luto every country of civilirze worl, The name "kalsornine" W--ome S (,ft'tJfsive to property owners at ma;uficturer4 of cheap kilsomine .parations are n,,iw calling them by some re naIe, and attempting to sell on the ibastine copalllpy " reputation. Tbrough e"xtSIive advertising and per .aal use, the merits of the durable Alabas eatre.so thorou;ghlY known that the peo ji-siSt on getting these goods and will ino chance of sloiling their walls for a oshlble savingi of at the most but fa few Mts. T'hus it is aiain demonstrated that reit wins, alid that manufacturers of first dal articles wi II bu su pported by t he people. 1 rd rather ie timst :ma.' man -In history's class or fanme...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 15 May 1897

.,..ACME SALOON....:: E. R. MOSES, ....Dealer in.... *. FANCY CROCERIES, FRUITS. CANDIES and FINE WINES. S Ire also carries in stoek the finest brands of Whiskies, such as Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jockey Club, Belle of Feliciana. ýuUlltll ýýtnl ýýýt il~gllll sR1 IlcdllllRI1 1r1111t'rt1113P 1 11191t 1117 BAKER. Mrs. I'. Tempel, bread and cake. BLACKSMITH. ''. T. Lawson, lilacksmith and car:iage trimmer. BUTCHER. Magearl & Davidson. Beef every d4'. Mutton and pork occasionally. h,. Rosenthal, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. CONFECTIONERY. Oun Friend, Candies, Soda Water and Ice. DRUGGIST. F. M. Mumford, 211 Royal St. L. P. Kilbourne, opposite Bank. FRUITS. Sam Venci, corner of Alley and Ferdinand. S IIOTEL. ,' .Xeer Hotel, near depot, rates $2.00 per day. Bank Hotel, Mrs. Davidson, Bank Bldg., St. r'rancisville. INSURANCE. J. H. Percy, life and fire. W. W. Leake, Jr., True Democrat office, fire and life. LUNCH. Hot lunch at all hours. J. G. Plettin ger, Agt., foot of hill. 3JATTRE...

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. — 22 May 1897

` ~~~~ ~ ~ S ! 75';` "!r ` I .. ., Official Jou-'nai of tho Parish of W est Feliciana and S$~ to oard. ,-..... K-. , . -U ' OW. W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. YiA CIS\IL L,  W EST FhLICJA I'A ISJI, IS , SAT.RMDA Y 2, IIM . A Y 2 21 VLTN I..- guel J. Powell, John H. Stone, St. Francisville. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, &Attorne ys- at - Law, St. Francisville, La. IOBT. SEMPL. W. I. PERCY, SEMP.E & PERCY, Attorneys -- at -- Law. n Will practice in any court in this district. b -Office in Bank Building. ST. FIAAlCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. DR. A. F. BARROW, Physician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. Office in LeIh building. Telephone calls ounwered from either iilbourno's or 3unfor .'s drug stores. SIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S., r DENTIST, St. Francisville, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in his line. Office at residence. A T. Gastrell, HARDWARE, STOVES, WAGON and CARRIAGE WOOD WORK. House Furnishing Coods. ROPE, WOODS' MOWING MA. , CHINES, HAT RAKES, SASH, c BLINDS, DOORS...

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. — 22 May 1897

-:- TUE-: DEMOCRT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. PRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. There are twenty-six monarchies in the civilized world. A rich Swede named Nobel, who died lately, left $60,000 to the indi. vidual doing the most to promote in ternational brotherhood, keep down standing armies and encourage peace Songresses. Denver, Col., is to have a building 125 feet -long by fifty feet deep and two stories high, to be devoted ex clusively to doctors' offices. Twenty physicians can be accommodated, but there will be a common operating room fitted up in the most approved manner. Farms in England are' selling at a ruinous reduction of t eir former value, and in many cases cannot be sold at all. In many cases farms have been sold for less than one-tenth of their value twenty years ago. Well to-do farmers are abandoning the business and going to the colonies or to cities to start life anew. The State of Ohio paid over $500, 000 last year for the support of the outside poor, but the law has been rece...

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. — 22 May 1897

WOMANS INFrLENCE ,,avTir t tha ol~, IZVI ilAITER XV--Continuod. The Colonel met them at the dining door, and Nell, approaching rather S~ily, gave him a half-expectant, .questioning, glance. Ier fears were quite groundless, how for as soon as he had seen Marga - d heard that she was going to tehem so soon, he had no thought anyone else. '[dol't know how we shall do with he said, bending over her with y affection. "Bertio told nme you going, and I have been anticipat my own loneliness. Have you Atired of us so soon?" He took face between his hands and regarded withagentleness in which a variety emotions found expression. "You In a hurry to leave us, Margaret," added, sadly. I'A, no," she hastened to answer, as eyes grew dim and a painful flush eAprepd her cheeks. The gentleman did not answer for a ad, during which his face worked Sfeeling and a tender light filled his 'you are a brave girl," he said, rather adily, at last; "a true, brave girl. aven will bless you as you deserve. a't l...

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. — 22 May 1897

Ti T TIUJE D)EIMOCRrAT. { Oý F'I'I AL.] (fl1ttNALO1?TI IPAIu SH. ,Vs IV. L.I: AH fi , 4J K., P roprietor. Y+ J 1Ss I;U Fvr1:Y ` ATURPfH ' . -. terct ed t (h t'he V o ti' ci at St. Frari s S Vrt;IU)', 'II\AY22, 1.S97. 1)t Best ( oulgh Syrup. Ta,*.o . Use Ji I .1 The Gaod. News. The Tre 'i Democrat was sv happy, M Iast week, ias to be able to givethe UG First reportt of falling water. iBince M ThursIday, May 13:theo water from cominig to a st(llld has beein flliing ;It the rateofole tenth oat a foot eact th tlly, a l though nio percept.ible Nv change i 11111(10 ll in the flood "sita ve t ion, the burden ot auxiotyis large- J II ly raised fiom the public minil. l, th But sill (loanger is not yet past by it. anlly ieltlls, land to thinik so is to sia eMter a"' iol's paradise. The June E. rise is still to comlle, anlld reports L, front the Ohio and other rivers tend Ni to keep thJe piubllic joy within Di bonnuli. The time for vigilance and 1M careI..i; not over. It will be wise to tb wai...

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. — 22 May 1897

1JE TFUF DEM,11OCRAT. Reigiousi Notcesh Grace (1il1I'cli cadcat :1 s. m., 7:3f) p" tn. ý erlk dorm;n 'leut, Wedtesntlhiy tah ol day at 11au. 4:30 p. n. with id ol, selected tofllicy lrvor-tlie Serwonl jtle Mounht. iundnfl Scliool every 'rat g; ;,, nr Geo. NPýlrnaln Supt. Servier' t Star Hill. qdýwd3 9 it evervywridtll, RdV. W. "Colslt ]irpis q 'hird Sulndlay il 1). Vauvall kezihurgr, rtjesat Il ( CatlloliCCI1tre'l I. r Maryo f.t. Carmne, 5;. Franci.sville, ee ` S WI b ot eve f mo uth, Uo vv. er oe:1:, }pries:. cihodist Servicesl- t Bayou Sara. f rtoII Snday of eachL month, at 11. A. end :ý : -- - - - - t -ilmil service is resuucil on the rail ila mail for the steamer Cleon will every morning at six o'clock at the prinsville post office. yPa farmets are replanting cotton. oldest (') inhabitant says that the Wilds lauded in the bayou near orp1ratiou line of St. Francisville in fTie cool nights and mornings are for the crops. Abear, is reported as seen in the hbborhood of HighhLtd. The...

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. — 22 May 1897

till lýIt ' ll,~~n ~ \ ,,1n 1PUCKABER PURRAWAY. Y A. . BARNES. E RE'S no use put ting off the telling of it any longer, Maria, the planta S-cr ~j"- tion must go," ",Oh, James, [$. r .. "Yes, Maria; I rhave kept the knowledge of it C6a,1 ai04 from you as long as I can, hoping against hope that some thing might be donc--:omo way found out of the trouble. It would be cruel to let it come on you all of a sudden, with the notice to quit the home. To quit the home! Think of it, Maria! the home that has sheltered me all my life, and you, since you came to me, a happy and trusting bride, twenty-five years ago." "Oh, James, can nothing be done? "No, dear; I have paid the interest until it has eaten up all my ready money- It would be better to take this money and live on it as best we ean than to go 'on with the ruinous policy of paying interest on mortga gea . "But to think, my husband, that you must lose the home of your child hood! Every part of it is dear to you, I know." She took his h...

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. — 22 May 1897

A SUBSTITUTE FOR ICE Iasting Parties May Now Be Held in a Ball Room. A step toward skating in summer has made by the in--entor-manufac. turer Villard, of Paris. This inventive genlus has been seriously considering for some years the fact that skating tournaments are the most uncertain iings in the sporting world. No re sance can be placed upon cle. To-day it is firm; to-morrow it is water; and the nlext day, when the tournament Bay has passed, it is ice again-though p~body wants it. In this country the idoor skating rinks alone have been reliable, and these only where artificial aid was used to keep them hard. Asid9 from the uncertainties of the cle in cola ,esther, there are a great many lati tudes that never have weather cold nough for skating. To obviate all this, Villard has com pleted a substance which makes skat-~ Lag easy not only in winter, but in sum. user. It is hard upon the surface, glassy and smooth in texture, will float lika cork, and resists the heaviest blow. II ei...

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. — 22 May 1897

E. R. MOSES, ...Dealer in....' FANCY CROCERIES, . FRUITS, CANDIES and FINE WINES. P Te also carries in stock the finest brands of Whiskies, such as Lewis 60, Stonewall, Jockey Club, Belle of Feliciana. *f BAIK ER. Mrs. R. Tempel, bread and cake. BLACKSMITH. T. T. Lawson, blacksmith and car:iage trimmer. BUTCII' . Magearl & Davidson. Beef every day. Mutton and pork occasionally. HI. Rosonthal, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. CO(NFECTIONERY. Gus rriuend, Cand;es, Soda Water and J,:!e. J)ilU (UIST. F. M. Muminford, 211 Royal St. L. P. Killourne, oppuoite Bank. UITvIS. Samn Xenei, corner of Alloey and Ferdinand. HOTEL. Meyer Hotel, necar depot, rates x2.00 per day. Bank Hotel, Mrs. Davidson, Bank Bldg., St. 'rancisville. INSURANCE. J. H. Percy, life and fire. W. W. Leake, Jr., True Democrat office, iiro and life. LUNCHII. Not lunch at all hours. J. G. Plettin ger, Agt., foot of hill. MATTR ESS-MAKER. Louis Williams, Florida St. MEtCHAN1V. J. L,. Flynn, Sun St., Bayou Sara, T. W...

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. — 5 June 1897

tE. 11 _-IUE DEM Official Journal of the Parish of West Folioiana and, School Board. W. LEAK, Jr,, Pub, and. EpE ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SAURDAY, JUNE 5,1897... LASTRA- 87VOL. VI.-NO. 18. •_N * t%,,,• , .-. . . ' . . . , . . -- . . .. . ,ei * SPowell, John H. Stone, Franlisvillo. Clinton, La. oWELL & STONE, neys - at . Law, St. Francisville, La. w. 3. PEBO!, EMPLE & PERCY, neys -- at 0, 14Lw. practice in any court in this ce in Bank Building. OISVILLE, LOUISIANA. R. A. F. BARROW, Ician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. Leake building. Telephone wered from either Kilbourne's ord's drug stores. Y POWELL, D.D.S., ENTIST, e, - Louisiana, epared to do all work in line. Office at residence. T. Gastrell, DWARE, STOVES, WAGON CARRIAGE WOOD WORK. Furnishing Coods. WOODS' MOWING MA. g, HAT RAKES, SASH, INDS, DOORS, ETC. SEPH STERN,.. ....Dealet is.... eral erohandise. Shle in Connection With Store, of Horses and Mules for sale. faition Guaranteed. S. STERN, Foot...

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. — 5 June 1897

TII ~* TRIIE DBE OCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The State of New York has by law sade accountancy a learned profes- Alu lion, and restricting the use of the Initials C. P. A. (certified public ac- Iiu sountant). Jean Veber has had a very realistic C picture rejected by the Paris Salon. It - represents Bismarck standing in a Lot room, the walls of which are hung with C parts of human beings. Veber asserts He the picture is a protest against war. C r The grain export business promises to be good for some time. There is bu no indication that the foreign demand will fall off. The people in India will need a great deal of help, and the United States is the best place from which to draw supplies. Ai !fA novel course of college instruction is offered by the Louisiana University, w which, in its "Audubon Sugar School," gives students practical and scientific tuition in sugar cultivation. The course extends over four years and has become popular with students from Cu...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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