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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 10 July 1897

Official Journal of the Parish of West Fellclana and School Board. .,, Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISIILE, WEST FICIANA PARISH, LA SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1897. VOL. VI.---NO. 23. oe John H. FStone, ei Cllinton, La. WELL & STONE, e s . at - Law, ;t. Francisville, La. W W. . noT,. IEMPLE & PERCY, 9 eYs - at -- Lame m, on pý~ c in any court in this ...Oice in Bank Building.- NOISE H' LOUISIANT . T] :O fA. F. BARROW, 1yleian and Surgeon, d' St. Francieville, La.  .Leake building. Telephone wered from either Kilbourne's %lford's drug stores. T IEY POWELL, D.D.S., r DENTIST, C Till, Louisiana, i prepared to do all work in b line. Office at residence. T. Gastrell, A IDWARE, STOVES, WAGON .Ii YdAplGE WOOD WORK. usN Furnishing Coods. 01P , WOODYS' OWING IA . Cil AT, BArILES, SASH, 'LINDS, DOORS, ETC. '-JOSEPH STERN, ....Dealer Ik.... eneral Merchandise. Li Stahll In Connection With Store, apply of Sorses and Mules for sale Satitfaotion Guaranteed. JOS. STERN, Foot of Hl1l. :L. P. KILBOU...

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. — 10 July 1897

PUBLIBHED . WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The Sioux Indians are aggressive office-seekers. American Horse headed a delegation of his tribe upon a visit to the President recently, demanding that the clerical positions at the agencies be filled by educated Indians instead of white men. The people of Savannah are moving for a bi-centennial celebration of the birth of General Oglethorpe, the founder of the colony of Georgia. In -identally, they would also like to cel ebrate the 100th anniversary of the perfecting of the cotton gin by Eli Whitney, near that city. The story of the ring of Polycrates as given by the "father of history," and which is to be traced through many a mediaeval legend, bids fair to be eclipsed by an event which happened in New York the other day. A couple of hardworking East side young wo mcea purchased a duck for the mpd erat sum of fifty-five cents. Whether the duck was served with the usual trimmings of green peas or not is not stated, but considerable...

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. — 10 July 1897

OMANSINFLJENC pl"t I ' (ciJAPTER X.1 V. KBAsEL'S CONFESSION. at first was content to lie still watch Margaret, but as he grew ber he ould ask her to sing or o him, and then would she tell him and again of the bitter regret and re which had filled those three miserable weeks. w cruel I was," he whispered. "I lot know what I was saying. I never reproach you. You have more for me than I can ever speak Aiways my true, loyal wife. Al making sacrifices for me. It was adear, tender heart that I longed just a tender spot in it." 'Avery proud heart," sh3 corrected fly. Ofly sometimes. And ha-' it been a and times more proud I should for ' t all in the joy of Possessing it at you have possessed it all the time," onfessed, burying her face from his Ic. -It has beea yours since we together at S'conset, Brian. I did realize it myself, but now I know, am glad of the suffering that taught 'i, darling, that I have been so d. When you married me I j-, Brian, so did I think. My sense ce felt outrage...

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. — 10 July 1897

THE TRUE DE UOCRAT. O G WLJO URN ALO] i T1tPA-flISH. WV. W. T2EAKE, JR., Proprietor. ' lubscriptio1, per aunniº - 4.50. ~rISSUED EVERY SATURDAIDY.. .Elntereid at the TPiOt Office at St. Francis ville, La., as second-lass mnatter. SATULRAY, JULY 10, 1897. yURE WHER ALlL 54 FAILS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes-Uood. Use In time. Sold by druggists. Waterworks. A movement will be set onifoot, next week, to work up an interest in St. Francisville towards voting a 'ttax of five mills to4loat 'boids fobr twenty years for the puhrpose of put. ting in a I aterworks pIlnt. Our ideas on this subject are too well-known to need further airing. Suffice it to say, that though the :plait is not ours, we are in thorough accord andl sympathy with it, awl trust that it w ill1 lae betlter at the . polls this time than before. ,Good Roads in Louisiana. [ Extracts from a plaper by ProfL \. )D. Taylor, C. E., of the Lolisialu State Uui versity, in bulletin issued by Bureau of - Agriculture.] [Continued from la...

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. — 10 July 1897

G~CY: 1. 0 C' at 11.1.* w., is~ t) j. wº. ýý eck di'sri ~ Lcii,1V sl ts lIY ant s at 11 '. n,1, 1:20 p. il it ad on seectcd t P 11 Ihes9iiiiO * b ,unuit. J Inl ~I the ý;, ý t 'ýn assýý:1º ay at 9:30 a. uº. Nil dn ill cc!11(!t~ ~ :~ V Conant? , hIIt . 1 º 'It I S 1i I 1st.. tttoltilain Catholic (iuairch. Miy of Mt. i'tl. Sr. FranIsv3illc, Sunday.. 'U' ev 11,ii 1t, Reuv. * eur 1eiý' SGt. odist ScrV!ccs at BaiyOuI Sara. ytli gna1aY ofeach n1110uth, at 11 A. m1il:30 P. M. Alex ~atIoU ls Coll tracte ith `,Ton to build two ct.tage~; for hini sil 'he )..& 31. V. depot. na ; : i Cr..'o Pay. Ju ~jat is the w:y all druggists sell la ' '' TAb'I'ELI C1LLL TIO NIC Tv {bills and Malari, . It is simlly Iron the gnii e iiU a tasteless ul l' . t.lhib h el Adnilts prefer it to bitter, naIus Tolics. 1'rie, :Uc. e will bc a called umeeti tg of the tersof lebcLk:h, uItY ednes'ay, July at4 l . ul. polly ltit the hwol li ove\r anlil you otinud uother iUmedicinc equac l Ito erlaiin' Colic, Cihole.-- a...

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. — 10 July 1897

" 2'· :;" -· i ~.. ;? r i , 0.r \ C1 L a' 3 r r ~ iB Pn .r -c; ..~ ~s ~-~t~ E Braid in Fashiors The loudest cry of fashion is un doubtedly for braiding. There is scarcely a walking costume worthy of being admired which boasts not braid in some form or the other-narrow or wide, straight or curled, in continuous rows, or in broken lines, while the boleros and Eton coats, and even the jackets which reach to the hips, are entirely covered with traceries of . braid. To Fix Patterns. Many persons prefer buying per forated patterns and powder, and stamping their own linen as they need them, but complain that the powder rubs off so easily. If the material to be stamped is first slightly damp ened and the pattern is laid on, and after that the goods are held for a few moments over a hot stove or close to the face of a hot flatiron until the powder dries, then their will be no difficulty of this kind. Wants Work at the Slaughter Houses. The parish council of Langley, near Slough, England, has...

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. — 10 July 1897

r'evo MIighty Continents, ild South America, beside Guatemalu, *We5 Indies, Australia, and even Europe, da fields of us,)!ulness In which eiostetter's Bitters has demoneotrnted its value as -, antidote to mnalria. and as a remedy for dwepsih, constipation. rhonuatism. neuralgia, ine-.s nelrvoltllei.. iflI h 5a of appetiteto gslep. The nTheihabitallts. thse mledical Ileon : theselountries, have sr, ken in no uncertain Pes concerning the cfticacy of the great :,esold remedy. Sinsnnrnce policy often makes a man _ovareluablo after deatth than dur ag life. Three Good T'it tngs. hree good things ab,,ut Tettorlne, besides .eone great. good fact th:t it ,uttres. are that it opanlCess. hartless anull has no had odor. It is he onlysuro cure for 'letter, ilingworm, Ec rso Cures them s) they stay cured. No hat"erbow long you haeo had them, 50conts atebo- at dru t clts, or by aill for 50 :ents *d'.eor stamps fro:u J. T. Shuptrine, Savan. oah, Ga. It never occurs to a boy that he will some S oy ...

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. — 10 July 1897

...ACME SALOON.... E. R. MOSES, '...Dealer in.... 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. ýutýºULIIIUºIIºIIIºII º•mýltrºllýºllHtrl 'u 1dlYC tctuto t . shot says: BAKER. years 4 Mrs. R. Tempel, bread and cake. and j BLACKSMITH. day n T. T. Lawson, blacksmith and car:iage threo u trimmer. recenu BUTCHER. tack v Magearl & Davidson. Beef every day. Good Mutton and pork occasionally. ., Rosenthal, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. QONFECTIONERY. nus Friend, Candies, Soda Water and Ice. DRUGGIST. F. M. Mumford, 211 Royal St. A 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. rrancisville. I INSURANCE. J. H. Percy, life and fire, / W. W. Leaks, Jr., True Democrat office, fire and life. LUNCH. Hot lunch at all hours. J. G. Plettin ...

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. — 24 July 1897

I{ERUE DEIMO()CRAT .. y·! i- i' · m • ~Official Jouq'nal of the Parish of West Fellolana and School Board. IPF II , ' 1 V L I. 25. ·; lai ,,·s~·,~r·'~~~ : .'.'l~E, r,, b. al op T. RACSVILEWES. FLICA.N ]?NS!, LA,. ATU{I)Y,,JULY2: . . 897 ... VOL VI---O 2 . . . . .. . ... . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. John H. Stone, Clinton, La. OWELL & STONE, -e at - Law, Francisville, La. W. i. PERor. S PERCY, TI at .. Law. mi it any court inithis c Bank Building.- in 0gyIlLE, LOUISTIANA. TI 0A. F. BARROW, pa lian and Surgeon, di 8t, Francisville, La. Leske building. Telephone d from either Kilbourne's  drug stores. T] POWELL, D.D.S., I NTIST, oe ' - _ Louisiana, alto do all work in Oin. Ooe at residence. T, Gastrell, SBE, STOVES, WAGON cL1EU jWOOD WORK. furnishing Goods. WOOD. MOWING U.- at SAT BAlES, SASH, co I a iN8, DOORS, ETC. OSEPH STERN, h S..,Dealer la.... oral erohandise. S i` b Connection With Store. of Hrmes and Mules for sale. Lion Guaranteed. S. STERN,y p '...

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. — 24 July 1897

STBRUE " DE]OCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT I3T. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Exphrt.r Nau::en, whl w.s rec'sutly nI a l ,,il'te.l profe,-.°,,r ,. zool.b y .. t Cliris~iatia, i; ',1ctiL. fiils for , a i. out hi' nieit l:u, which is Wi to c:' la s;'uc.t si'. Lc:'s .,!s n11 the p'lan ,u Ti' the "1':u:. x :1 lt tr o l. r1'ift t aiard T the: ith P,'lte!" :.i iellt Foints. An Fr( It was nlillni t a recec:t I AO.i- n in"g of t'; C- !i;.r i:[ 'ta' b.;:ardl of If cqu(lii'.a :ion tihait tle was a chil If district in Ki,'. a (:'i:Itv in which ith, Yo MIisso.uri Paciiic paid =1 i) in taxe':. A The only famuily in the district live:d in An a dugout, and they hal only one W child. They kept the school in the dugout and drew the i8'!0. TO __ _ A! T1 It is s.-idl that a you:ng womnan once If asked Chief Joseph if hlie ha ever scallped any one. When the question was translated to him Joseph lolke:l at the fair questioner iutcit!y, then walked around beli:nd her and viewed the knot of hair ouly half hidlde...

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. — 24 July 1897

SOV ADVENTURE to SINCIDENTS AND DARING up ON LAND AND SEA. tin m) a Sqout's Curious Exjerih(e"e o.artY of II,,f uile li:ts in a S Ca:fornih iInch,"er I:,1 i ali ill Into L 1.ion's l-mllbraceo . I le p- sag ...there flourished in { O - o .t who - hal an extraor- 611 ment for his occupation. St" tll strong mlan, well built Int -:one respect; his feet grew way, his toes pointing Iack .dof forward. This wvould cIa a serious d:rawbai to any l^ - ent m c.' 4,11 foot; but it _ o drawback to "Clubfoot ' 'gas this scout was called, be "tically he never went on in ,He ha'd a saddle with stir- frc ted to his deformity, and a =ea horse as well as any other pa an expert at trailing In JSeldo.r hal1 to dismount in to -.hgnga, ish even the smallest sa In.ian' "siLgn." His keen Hin everything from his seat -d to have known personally be dns'fromu Fort Berthold to ai soot Agency, and was equally o0 to then. But he was ~ n ay, and they were his ene The war was applarently re 'treen thomn. t ;...

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. — 24 July 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRA T. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF.TEPARISI. W. W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. 8aibscription, per aunum - $1.50. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. Enterel at the Post Office at St. Francis. rille, La., as second class matter. 'SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1897. " Bw Coub IYwpR Tastes ood. UI 1 Sims. Sold by di Ists. Things Said Pro and eon. Tile interest in the waterworks `question is still keen, ilndifference not having succeeded as so eftenl happens when action' is delayed and the deed does not quickly follow the thought. It is well. No public 'question is more worthy the best •attention of all citizens. "The hor. rers-of fire we. know, the plague of dust we know, anwd too many alas of our people know the scarcity of water for the ordinary purposes of 'domestic economy. To secure a 'plentiful supply of the lite-giving and lile-protecting fluid is worthy - of the most determined effort. But in the eagernmess to secure waterworks which is nitural under 'the rcirumsttaices, it is important that the peop...

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. — 24 July 1897

o11 S Notices. race ("hurcll. hatU 11 3. m. 0 p. M. Week gt 6 Le, Wednesday and ipin 4:30 p. P with ad Sst leeted topics from the Sermon 0 ount eunday School every Sg.SO a. m. Geo. Newman Supt. S.9rices at Star Hill. .d 8oudlY in every month, 1ey. W. - Baptist Third Snnd.Y, in e rgIst. F. D. Vanvalkenbitfgh, t o B i Catiolc ° Church. ' of every juotnth, Rev. f trcPirieat. t ervices at Baronl Sara. Sgtat1ay ofeaCI rioiuti, at 11 A. Od7Y M· - bi thouse in thb court rent old--.w is [batting tht e l ed as torn down' ahd the bricks wt ed this week. br. .Ft JnM-chsf At tn SMUMFORD'S DRUG STORE. Briaut, city counciumln is having lpeir mlade to hii, front i~ýillery Sill be a ha ndome imnprovement ý€fortable residence. e .i . all druggists selldro AT g LESe CHILL TONIC Uni is s . dMalari. It ia siwply Iron oth Will il a tasteless form. ULliltlren F it Adults prefer it to bitter, uaus- D reaicu. Price, 50c. tigI bet SE. Muse has remembered us with n ibrkable peaches, fine both as to 1 ...

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 July 1897

Gg* 'UL MANSFIELD'S -' DOUBLE (0i By MAJOR ALFRED R. CALHOUN. " " " a E@/ ~'' -c" 'U AUL MANS- ing field, in 1868, was can. as handsome a fel- p low of four-and- wat. P twenty as one could who find in a week's thor ".-I search. He was a hell civil engineer, in stir the employ of a that n - company that was that at that time making a survey for a aug .railroad through New Mexico. le a pl .was so noticeable in figure and bear- of ing that a stranger would be sure to furt lbok after him if he passed him on the y strpet. But there must have been an- was other man in the world that looked not very much like him, if he were not an T actual double, and' the adventure the arising from this resemblance was a felt remarkable blending of the tragic and Lo( comic.. ben ;. Santa Fe had in it then, and no hat ddla.has still, very many beautiful brunettes of Spanish and aboriginal yot descent. : I *Senorita Maria Diaz-a year previous bra to the date I have given-was engaged, anc according to 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. — 24 July 1897

,. - --a Queer Death. John Wahran, 9-year-old sonf of John Wabrmaan, a farmer living fif teen miles southeast of Kansas City, d one mile from Union Point school e, met.death in a peculiar manner on Saturday afternoon. The lad was ot in the field with his father and tarted off with a dog to hunt rabbits. $e did not return. Late Saturday night paty was organiized and a search of surrounding country instituted. abont 10 o'clock Sunday morning the bo' body was found tightly wedged a groundhog hole. Thle circum ances indicated that the boy was in uut of a rabbit, which took refuge the groundhog's burrow, and in his forts to get at the game the boy got :;bl body securely wedged in the hole, utting off the air. The renfains were interred Monday in Charles Ganzer's iprlate burial grounds.-Kansas City fmes. Isinglass. , he name isinglass is supposed by tdwards to be derived from a corrupt !d form of the German name of the .urgeon, hausenblas. It has probably zcelved its English name from so...

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 July 1897

E. R. MOSES, r....Dealer in.... 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 kEeliciana. j jU11t11ýitt1ý11t~ lU~ln~~IU~l ville, charge BAKER. iniestii Mrs. R. Tempel, bread and cake. of an i -M T into cc BLACKSMITH. the 1e T. T. Lawson, blacksmith and carriage dealer trimmer. tc to con BUTCHER. price Magearl & Davidson. Beef every d4. arrest 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. Rot lunch at all hours. J. G. Plettin ger, Agt., foot of hill. MA...

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. — 31 July 1897

"Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. b, , LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LAS SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1897. VOL. VI,--NO 26 SIISIANA HAPPENINGS. IIALDSONVILLE WHARF AND LANDING DUES SOLD AT AUCTION. Brandt Shoots llimself---..Conviet d by Lightning.--.-Increase of Ex. Farmers' Institute-...--ants An. tailroad. Compalny's Excursionl a Success. excursion of the V., S. & P. Fire apy to Dorcheat nias a most t, affair, many of the railroad loyes with their families go. the special. o-percge Conmpany's Plant Sqld. ant, buildings and side of the a Cooperage Company was aturday at public auction by Ido Sl, syndic, on one year's time, bond, to J. M. Nugent,of Nugent, he pride of $2,150. SIncrease of Exports. lg last week 100 care of Cales rd pine were sent out from the Charles mills for export. It was of the heaviest shipments since ard'times set in. The increased oets caused more working force added: to the Southern Pacifi...

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. — 31 July 1897

T ": TRUE -:- . EOCRATI i yuiJ.8SHED WEEKLY AT ST. RANCISBVILLE, LOUISIAN&A. It is stated that in six months of the year American manufacturers can make enough shoes to supply the 70, 000,000 people of the United States. Tha - -- - The According to an eminent Italian The hygienic expert, official medical returns Stal show that in Italy 200,000 persoins die every year of infectious-that is, from To preventable-maladies, most of them T being young, "the hope of families." To IWe The author' of "The Fall of the Eon Congo-Arabs," declares that in spite Th( of the Belgian successes, civilization Wit on the Congo has scarcely made the A S faintest beginning. In the Congo Territories can-nibalisin is prevalent SOI to an extent u:niuagined in civilized countries. Of The super intendent of public schools Is in Marathon county, Wisconsin,.has w been seizing and destroying copies of Be sena:.ional novels that h:&ve been Fo edifying the youth of that region. G The heroes of the books we...

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. — 31 July 1897

- J powell, John H. Stone, .'claville. Clinton, La. IoWELL & STONE, 'neys. at - Law, ft. FrancisBille, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, orney at - Law, Will practice in the courts of the _thi and 14th judicial districts. I)ur . vacstion, will meet elients at the don House in Bayou Sara whenever nleste'1. point Coupee Postoffice, La W. R. PERCY, torneyat.Law & Notary Public, -Ofice in Bank Building, IBANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Will practice in 13th Judicial and -deral Courts: ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, itorney - at - Law, ST, FRANCISVILLE, . LA. ofce near court house. Will prae in the 13th Judicial and Federal DR. A. F. BARROW, jysician and Surgeon, t. Franciaville, La. in Leakse building. Telephone answered from either Kilbourne's rumford's drug stores. -EY, POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, fimneclville, - Louisiana, hl prepared to do all work in lia line, Office at residence. T, Gastrell, IBDWABRE, STOVES, WAGON III CAIIBIAGE WOOD WORK. "* Furnishing Coods. 211, WOODS' MOWING MA. INIS, HAT RAKES, SASH,...

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. — 31 July 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFIOIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH. ; - _   - -- ; .: .- . W.W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. Sabeeription, per annum - - $1.50. Iseuvo EVRar SATURDAY. Entered at the Post Ofl ce at St. FTancie. ville, La.; as second class matter. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1807. t Coh n. ete Use ELM in S sobd gt s. in Cheaper Telephone Rates. of Since The Times-Democrat has. set the fashion of attackinig the r Western Union Telegraph Co., it p, iias remninded people here of the p~ effects of monopoly et exemplified al by the Bell Telephone Co. Now, m this complany is well representedl 1 hero in its manager, Mr. L. F. Chisholmn, who is ioTlite, attentive t] to lbutst!ess, obliging, and identified co vWith 'thP people in their every in- .i 'terest. The same' may be said of at rhis handsome assistant in the office, u, Miss Satbo. The companly more- s ever gives good service in other ac respects, but its charges are so a high that it debars manly from ex tending patronage, who would , 'otherwise d...

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