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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 June 1897

I4MOCB-T Red iiee s. [mL 6r'1t'l '8 R1 \ :i . ~ 7:en v in .\IR \ nThll l t i, 11hig lEt ftOV~ riii thle Sc ruioi Iba Slonn , :hY" ,sv ~yool' everyy 46 i th e ii. f;e~ . Nr w« n ui S u ip t. ySrvice' at Stair Hill. L~ll diitiit' 'i.,tdadl . idy ,in - ýn . hlo i iRe . i)Y Qirtl llY Qt l:I 2rg 14l ýýt lionl ý Uatltlic Chulrch.r it 44 1 Aa 0 n4 i ta 'Vl i totitt, Rev. trrnp, pt"1cý.n RcrvkmrP n' B~uyou Saran. ,gdathab l hy feac 1aontll, at 11 A. V. on, 1r s. p. --~ - Ce>'ýla i.f u, ill haiv t~ 4 :ioa Sfoot. luilt ovetr Ole cottil p'lat fiirni, pal k of their Store- ja ýht JVicarf anl NV M. 'Fawn kisvi' theI iti nlerrit to)Pert (411 41iliveato itoI dwell 3ft bur th ptheii ylrs. j`'.11. Bllll '"to " 1"1IIlIliI r}'rehlui'. Lu ih-t"is luing :lliletl~c l Dit. Anll in' Ie i ti. 1 it , th is I~ fJ tIo~'itile . '11r() ( 4' 4h 'ftis 111' ta :ll 1g Mc' 1 j, (1I i f t I.ii't i ~oI ll. {rCeillnjid .liiiii' dia t.. 1 ii Pt41 1 I " T lop - let iit ii. a -at ls '~t~i. lh llti ~ eilisi' l i. t it.lr...

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. — 19 June 1897

ILDS OF ADVENTURE. u, wat RILLING INCIDENTS AND DARING mel DEEDS ON LAND AND SEA. S on l Stage Carpenter's Presence of Mind app Averts a Probable Tragedy-Two MIen's FPierce Fight With a Couple of Sharks scel in Florida Waters-Saved by a Dog. poll "In time of an emergency," re- an ked an elderly man in a group of But ers, 'I would rather have presence sa mind than ., gun." exh "I fancy the gun might do more sh rm than good if there were no pres- iug ce of mind with it," admitted an- anC aer. "Which reminds me of a story cor- anT borating the wisdom of the first anm itement," said a third, who on an ap- fro al from the others continued. cul Something like ten or a dozen years ma o," he said, "I was in a Western ai wn of ten thousand people or so, and Yo happened that a show was billed for at night. Having nothing to do, and ,t knowing anybody in town, I took Fr the show. It was a barnstorming an _upe of Thespians doing a repertoire re( blood-and-thunders, and the conse- stE tence was ...

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. — 19 June 1897

A Novel IRtace. which the ohb1r 'iliensI:s :r Jt erset' love to tI . about d a g o o d m ai l l y ' ;s :: ' o , t h e . ed no a bull and a horse. apiS being . l 1),111 :,l d ;I'il"" V i. b;Sltliiot, an , tertriig you' h. ilde a pet of evertytlhi.g on his is farm, trained a yoiung bull to le -dieand rode him to mill. lors'es lparatively rire in tho11030 dais, the stift steeds of the present i were lunlklOWIl. -ack nd "Jock" were the hbutt of a lny jokes, but Seeley took theoln to h uhmor, and contentedly rdoa Y Sto mi-ll. Then, while his grist Io being ground, he would ride hiis r steed about the settlemnhnt, ig merrily, and showing off the j best paces. )  et, the boy was exceedingly of Jock's r;putltion as a road sod one day at the mill, goaded banterlug words of a naighbor, h declared that be wasn't afraid to the bull against any horse that ii be found thereabouts. &gastaken at his word, and withln I ig a race was arranged between gand Tom Irvine's horse. Judges appoilnted, s...

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. — 19 June 1897

.,..ACME SALOON.... a '....Dealerin.... SFANCY CROCERIES, FRUITS. CANDIES and FINE WINES. , He also carries in stock the finest brands of Whiskies, such as Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jookey Club, Belle of Feliciana. . u1rU1 ýý11~ treýýrru9 r»ý'rý«ýrliýýrýý`ýrýýý9rýýýýr1t lurjnc -.X-CdO- BAKER. Mrs. R. Tempel, bread and cake. BLACKSMITH. T. T. Lawson, blacksmith and carriage trimmer. BUTCHER. Magearl & Davidson. Beef every d4f. Mutton and.pork occasionally. M. Rosenthal, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. CONFECTIONERY. Gus 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. HOTEL. Meyer Hotel, near depot, rates $2.00 per day. Bank Hotel, Mrs. Davidson, Bank Bldg., St. Francisville. 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. MATTRESS-MAKER. Louis Williams, Flori...

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 June 1897

S Official Jo al. of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. g LEAKE, Jr., Pub and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH; IA. SATURDA-Y, JIE 26 1897. IF rjfeai1J l 6 6r 54 . Powell, John H. Stone, , LFrancaisillo . Clinton, La. .pOWELL & STONE, orneys - at - Law, St, Francirville, La. rI.Z ..VW. B. PEBO. Y SEMPLF & PERCY, ,rneys - at -- LIn . practice iu any court in this tOffiein Bank Building. 3AiWISOVILLE, LOUISIANA. RI, A.F. BARROW, cjin and Surgeon, ere ?rom either Kilbournie's oids drug 'stores. . POWELL, D.Q.s., prepared to do all work in. tne.lO Office at residence. Gba sre1 STOO@VQ WAGON, GQE WOOD Wt[L ishing Cbods. H, ic#Q l, OWING iA. *. ".. ES, SASH, pID)4DOORS, ETC. J08 *H STERN, .Daler lay... >neralre .' Meorhanc.l Stabllet Conuaction WItior ply of Horses and Mules for sale. Batiufaction Guaranteed. _JOB: STERN, Soo1 of Hill. P. I .ILBOURNE, uggist and Chemist, Royal and Prosperity Streets, SSt. Franelsvlle, La. ptions carefully compo nded. 0 ...

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 June 1897

f=: TRUE : EDEOCRAT. VBLISHED WEEK.LY AT ST. FBAOCIBSVILLE, LOUISIANA. The United States has one medical man to every 500 of the population. Bussia has one to every 8551. Representative Sayers of Texas wants the Government to offer a prize of $50,000 for an engineering scheme capable of contr Ifling the Mississippi. The Imperial University of Tokio has undertaken the task of preparing sn-exhaustive history of Japan, and a committee of sixteen scholars is now pt work classifying the voluminous materials. • Japanese cotton weavers prefer the long staple cotton of Texas to any other they can find for use in a major ity of their Manufactures from this staple. That dccounts for the pres ence of Japanese buyers at the cotton exchanges of the South. Electric lightin will cost New York City $1,250,000 iis year. Philadel phia ll spend $647,000 for the same purpose; Brooklyn,$360,000; Bal-, timore, $140,000; Cincinnati, $75,000; Washington, D. C., and St. Paul, Minn., $175,000 each; St. Louis...

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 June 1897

er5INFLUE~I> o ,ER - a,, thoroughly tired out, a've had a very hard day's el. from her book as the room with these "she asked. "How nice Syour well-carned rest. is waiting for you." be emptya minute longer. Illy comfortable. Sit JyJU? I like to see your :=me. -consider myself useful, amental," she laughed, gy the rebellious color erface. in such a disa iou get my messae, MIar oclock, I think. I was Snot come home to din had some, of course'?" Sology .for one," he re "'t time for any other; t cases brought in to ptal practice is worth a me, I tell you. I was ,ad it has polished me up ;,I suppose Miss HIilton taended?" early this afternoon." 1was given with a falter "ta," he said with feel joU you will miss her. I d let me comfort you. Snfew minutes," she an 'Iam coming back." er promise she returned asmall tray in her hand. Scake and coffee," she eup forthat apology for a d e the coffee. 1)o you Ulike it?" ate fragrance is suhiciently rpran jumped from his  the tray from Margare...

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 June 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIIE PARISI. W.W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. Subscription, per atiUn -t - $650. 0l28 ISSUlED EVERIY SATLUIDAY. Entercd at the Post Oflice at St. 1Frattcis ville, Lia., as second cnass nmltter. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1897. We extend sympathy to conlrere 8I. J. Ostrander, of the Clinton 1Vatchman, on the death of his wile, Gen, J. B. Gordon hats been clhosell agaiu as coImmander of tlhe U. C V., despite his wish to retire Iront the ranks, It appears that the only way Foraker anld HIanna can convince e ich other that they are in t" e squarle is to keep colnstantly iln each other's conipany. The N. 0. tates issued a Conled' erate Veteran edition recently, with colored front page and all the otlher trinummings of a fitrst rate holiday paper. Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubi. lee passed off grandly, and nIew comes the jubilee (ot rest) for all of us not so aftfected with Anglomnnii us to haive gone wild over the aiffir, The sugar planters of Louisianta are w...

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 June 1897

igious oticesb Gr1 CUM101 71YtI p. ni Wvth :idk ,g~dal Y~tint 1'cdi 'csa,; an ;itgi30:º. Wi.~o. Nipvinll Si Hipt. ~~~CSat Star Hitt. ar ; l J ll f iii tal eiuo111, 1tij. A. ~ttl, gev· 2: Ic l1 r·: l l ýre11;·8h Aht ttoili:il t bitl Iol ic Chl lircll: of every monthtl, Redv. rvrilies at Bayou -Ar:1 1t of)iin, i8J7, i4 bit alcingb the yhait & C o. lri Iit1va fig t kpir store are gettilng ript, :no4 warm t iyi*IC cpreserlig kettle are ahuald foi ýaiuiY ' t. C d lf' ll ' cCt l mo d nd the aegree K. bf '. did( nlot Vr(2snc t lid euelIfl ig IIIt-fivec tlherev wis no Suli EISColit11111 (oi Ict, tap road K'ie~lafluia~11t .. .i5O4 >l u'rY-No Pay, .,apt is the wa;iy i11 tlldriggists Sell YK.ý ra'l'F1,1:55 CHLL TONl'oIC: QainlOiii 21t.itsteh ril 1'I 1. t.'hiild~il11 it.Adlts Lldf!r It, to blttci', nabs= , petitioii for the ljiutoliIICItot ot .t. f'. ii as poistiiiaster ait St. li'21i1i2' V illk 'iicircflatedl this wee4k, acid lttboiit i atures seculred. fella of tlihutsandils halive bie...

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 June 1897

_ _ l t Timorous Tommy. St list a moment and I will tell f a strange adventure that befell timid youngster I knew quite well. oung Timorous Tommy of Glenwood dell. Just out of the dell, half up the hill, There stood a towering, tall windmill; And still b yond stood a cottage small, Where lived a lad named Timothy Hall, A playmate of Timorous Tommy. ne night young Tommy essayed to go o Timothy's house for a call, you know, he thin, new moon, with its faint, pale glow, arce lighted the objects on earth below As Timorous Tom stole up the road Toward the cottage small where his friend abode His heart grew sick with a nameless fear; He felt some danger was lurking near Apprehensive Timorous Tommy. hen, what do you think? Alack ! Alack ! terrible thing stood in his track; as tall and shadowy and weird and black, d its waving arms seemed warning him back, While there came a grinding, munching noise, As though the creature were eating boys. With a cry of terror he turned and fled, And down ...

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 June 1897

g Springs in Uganda., ololng is an in.eresting story! diag the hot springs at Ruwen. -gre Uganda, as related by Bish. a the sun went down, expecting .cold, we had a fire lighted outside tent to our astonishment the' Aecine so great that we had to - e the fire, and, sure enough, as went on, it seemed to get worse worse. It was Impossible to s!eep . fact, it was worse than the worst bton th Red Sea, and the same dis slog kiLheat. Unable to sleepj IyIp perspl g as If we. wbre in a -sh bath. Next morning we spent cting the wonderful hot springs b lay about one hour away to the The boiling water was bubbling i l over a space of about 10 yardsi rthe.center !s a channel in which hot water collects and runs away, ng a good-sized stream as it gets of the springs. e found a number of people bathing the time, as'they believe the water a cure for almost every disease. We a few potatoes In one of the t springs and had the pleasure of them beautifully boiled In about mlnutes. I am told that the...

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 June 1897

.,...AC.ME SALOON.... E. R. MOSES, ....Dealer in.... ; FAN. Y CROCERIES, FRUITS. CANDIES . and FINE WINES. Ife also carries in stook the fSiust brands of Whiskies, such' as Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jockey Club, Belle of'Felician., • ,7e t=/VVA  V iAN S1, bread and cake. L J KSMITH. ' L ELawso `blacksmith aad carriage t' trimmer. t~ BUTTCHER. Magearl & Davidson. Beef every day. Mutton and pork occasionally, j M. Rosenthal, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. CONFECTIONERY. Gus Friend, Candies, Soda Wa4er and Ice. DRUGGIST. F. M. Mumford, 211 Royal St. L. P. Kilbourne, opposite Bank. FRUITS. Sam Venci, corner of Alley and Ferdinand. - HOTEL. Meyer Hotel, near depot, rates $2.00 per day. Bank Hotd, ' Mrs. Davidson, Bank Bldg., St. Francisville. INSURANCE. J. H. Percy, life and fire. W. W. Leake, Jr., True Democrat office, fire and li1. LUNCH. Hot lunch at all hours. J. G. Plettin. ger, Agt., foot of hill. MATTRESS-MAKER. Louis Williams, Florida St. M IHANIC. J. L. Flynn, Sun St., B...

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. — 3 July 1897

, N, Official Jou'rnal of tihe Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. F Lý,, KJr, Pub. and Prop , ST. FRAMICISVVILE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1897 VOL. VI.---NO. 22 John B. Stone, o Clinton, La. ELL & STONE, r0 . at Law, Francisre, La. w. B, PEBCI PL& PERCY, will . at -- Law. men cult ce in any court in this then by .in Bank Building.- eVILLE, LOUISIANA The . F. BARROW, pa Tan and Surgeon, drec SFterancisVille, La. lie building. Telephone ed from either Kilbourne's d's.drug stores. Tl ii POWELL, D.D.S., Is u pNlTIST, cell . Louisiana, Ld to do all work in Office at residence. . Gastrell, BADE, STOVES, WAGON CAgIAGE WOOD WORK, t Furnishlng Coods. chi 'WOODS' HOWING N str H , RAIES, SASH, col I-NDS,DOORS, ETC. JOSEPH STERN, 1 ~era Ilerohandise. S lkti Connection With Store, of EHoses and Mules for sale. action Guaranteed. w. STERN, :-: fot of Hill. KILBOURNE, i e( e yind Ci st, e: 0 royal and Prosperity Streets, p Francisville, La. 1 bions careful...

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. — 3 July 1897

7H1 :- TRUIE DEM1OCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The total cost of the official records of the Civil War has been thus far $2,334,328, and the total when the work is done, is expected to foot up to three millions. This is $26,785 a volume. N:ew York shippers are greatly ex ercised to find that the corn shipments from Baltimore for a month were 6, 000,000 bushels,while those from New York were less than 2,000,000. "Trimmings" is the term under which alcoholic di inks are disguised in the bills English ladies run up at the London department stores, ac cording to Salvation Army investi gators. { The increase in the rural populatio'. of Egylpt from 1882 to 1897 was just a slade under thirty per cent., or about two per cent per annum. This is about double the nor.nal rate of in-. crease in TIndia. A French savant named Leveille, writing in Cosmos, as:::t're his read ers that the fakirs in India have inde pendently discovered the art of imak ing gold, the reported ...

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. — 3 July 1897

MANSINfLUENCE CBAPTE *%x 1 AD 'D I'FS PISHI T* whose recognized partner r had k~town hli from the uth, and on this account, t too, of the deep frienlship for his father, he took more sterest in him. oee inl you the worthy suc yold friend," he said one 'an work out an honoral! z you should. You owe it : is men:ory but aso to that. f wife of yours. Let her be i oL I promisod your fathei'.t . dying that I would act the diohe:'. I don't believe at more effectually than i y -efrain, Doctor. In all that me, Isee Margaret as the 1 mouive. This prevents any oeltion my part, and 1 am I she shall have thr. well elt, but, nevertheless, my Sflap rather dolefully." ays I have a dear, sweet do you think of that, Mar is a man given to over IMargaret, glancing up she was embroidering. mon, though," see added. her work once more. "So deso good to you." i'tsading behind her chair, wiead to look into her eyes. I e such close contact she ad made a pretense of ar- I books upon a small table. l ilthwhic...

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. — 3 July 1897

iPHE TRUE DEMOCRAT: OF mICIAL JOURNxAIOF TIIE PA1HSII. WV. V. LEA.KE, JR., Proprietor,. TA Ihs4cil~tiwI1 Iº"' &WliUhII - - I·EC 1S21:)L EvuI RSATV flhAY.. ''utereiI at tme rst Oftic at $it. .F1i eiS Mille, La. au-eeuoid clnass iuatctr. 4 S3ATUJIWAV, .3, 1897.., IBet CUg s5rp TStes ood Uvs in time. Sold d= glste More bars are needed in New Or leans for prisonlers-lnosquito bars. It is believed that the uariff bill will go to a vote betwi3en the 1st atid the 15th of July. The Fonurth of July orator has plenty of muaterial for screechiing punlrlposes tlls pyear. Coxey mlight, seenre tlleside show slnd red lei ioundo privilege for D3eb'- co-operative 'matrch to the West. A patriot in i private1and a par lisan in public," is the neat way in whichl Ihe Atlank Canstitution sizes up McKinley. The pianoll of the luture, it is slaid, will have its strings acted upon by electric culrrents instead of huam. fners. The anlateur player will then ;e lore "shocking" than over. l r. TForaer cdid...

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. — 3 July 1897

~ jgir oUS otices, Gr Ie : j4 Ht', 1Ctsslurssta :11111 y t 1 1 a. t . , " 3 p . W o; - at riitg J4d t, \pjdiiefdmty e nti Jioim$ . iu· ls"l ' :: ll lu ' c'\ ýImlR at!ty:lp ` ý.etF uosfl, Pý''. Y. of ^ 'arulc . St,.Yt'stncisvillc kK ýrct ýý 43; ttl , Roy ices ttr j";;'1:"i of 4Jd. .:I1 io{I at 11 l4j5y4)iSd ' pliBE etll Abltti r SacHt& f ca Cruice j thue cli wiIIi tw·o ait ii( ck s eil O i v a;e s to b1) pie 1º1 n ce d ,l ýl . urei * O Pay. Si v all IlgII ts TONIC (bdils onld lialiJ' It is ijinly Iron QuinifOin a tnstcki9 far. C sildren R' SAds 1n4i Lo b !t.t1;, f enre to rellCU1C iti'iit nee ofteitlhcr, estdifil ''"31t. (.O.Wilcox advertises on0111 Heart slet trai rry pl dants toir sale. Set percep Au "nCN ad." cVInuWi. ,.:- CC-· timued in10 hnut the woio'ld Over and y son to 0ot etud anotheir iwdieine equali to Dr.I `beihl~ihý' Glie, Ctole'a Aind Dear- "g 3u :h ~and nE sni. nlld rcli·u·I~X e7For ale by - nt sreanl elal:. >DrsE f ldbOnle, IlruiggiaL - r- " r coredl CLoIl, «' ...

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. — 3 July 1897

A MIYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. fly SOPHIE SWETT. "·'~~\ ~ ~ \i4\YA-a;~ +Yo~ H, I should like to go as far as the pasture wall once more. I expect the black berries are be b ginning to be ripe; and how A ,I thick they used to be along that all!" Mrs. Leafy Todd, as she spoke, ianed back in her rocking chair on ie vine-shaded piazza and looked wist illy across the summer fields. I "Perhaps you could go if you tried, other," said her daughter Penelope, pefully. "You walked as far as the tmp of sumacs, you know, last leek." Mrs. Todd shook her head until- her iry black ringlets quivered. "I've iled since then. 'Pears strange to me at you don't see it, Penelope. But ere's considerable Todd to you; you n't feel for folks like some." "La, Leafy, you just spunk up and I Take the short-handled dipper d bring home a mess of blackberries r tea. You'll feel a sight better for ," spoke Mrs. Selina Todd, the in lid's sister-in-law, fat, comfortable d blunt of speech, as she laid a shin g tin dish o...

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. — 3 July 1897

proflts a30 to 50t0 Per Cent. i. gewing machine, one of the greo, " bledsings in the way of mashine. offered to the public, sold for year jixty dollars in the United States game machine, however, to b to a foreign land, could be 1haed below twenty dollars. Atter bpatents ran out the price fell #0ly until now sowing machines are gi for twenty-five dollars and of;ea Wda twenty dollars. The sowlng hine manufacturers became im. WeWly rioh from their proflts of : I hundred per cent. It has estimated that typewriting aIn des cost less than twenty dollars to idj while they sell for from fifty jlras to one hundred dollars each. itis generally underst.od that an 4rement exists whereby these high Sare maintained, usineoss men 0compelled to pay from three hun. :udto five hundred per cent, profit rgo without the machines. Are there any other maohines whlch such profits as the sowing ma. did for years, and the type. riitig machine has and does; exoept Abe the bicycle? Ere the Fareevli is W!Iokie...

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. — 3 July 1897

.,..ACME SALOON.... E. R. MOSES, ....Dealer in.... P FANCY CROCERIES, FRUITS, CANDIES and FINE WINES. He also carries in stock' the finest brands of Whiskies, such as Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jockey Club, Belle of Feliciana. F. ,-..,- -c. .. BAKER. Mrs. R. Tempel, bread and cake. BLACKSMITH. T. T. Lawson, blacksmith and carziage trimmer. BUTCHER. Magearl & Davidson. Beef every day. Mutton and pork occasionally, M, Rosenthal, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, CONFECTIONERY. Gus Friend, Candies, Soda Water and Ice. DRUGGIST. F. M. IMumford, 211 Royal St. L. P. Kilbourne, opposite Bank. FRUITS. Sam Venci, corner of Alley and Ferdinand. HOTEL. Meyer Hotel, near depot, rates $2.00 per day. Bank Hotel, Mrs. Davidson, Bank Bldg., St. Francisville. 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. ----------L MATTRESS-MAKER. Louis Williams, Florida St. MECHANIC. J. L. Flynn, S...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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