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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 October 1897

an b ýýnZhgcs. le Coliegiata Institute, %1, LOUISIANA... cession of this Institution September 1, 1S6. 'lhe of the Faculty are ladies of S.~CIALISTS in e.ch depart Wgperior advantages are there to those young ladies desir ugh and finished education. of the Institution is unsur :ariounars and catalogue ad. BS L J CATLETT, Prin., Jackson, La. NORMAL SCHOOL, ATCHITOCH ES, LA. ed by the State for the ,teachers. Affords thorough n for the profession of teach .i course of academic study, wtining in the art of teach Syea of daily practice in ob under guidance of skill teaohers. Class work ex h best of modern thought and method of instruction. Cetitles graduate to teach in school of Louisiana without free to students who teach after graduation. Entire ex fon of eight month, $110. anmual session begins Oct. btlogue write to 1. C. CALDWELL, Pres. ton College YOUNG LADIES. SNATCHEZ, MISS. - care has been taken to select of experience and of a high t sedolarship. Boarding pupils directly under ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 October 1897

_THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH. W. W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. ulbehnilltion, per annum - - 1..3i. IySUED EVI-.IY SATUIRDAY. mutered at the Post Office at St. Francis ville, La., as second class matter. SATURDAY, O U'. 9, 1897.  = -- .I I I III I I _ - . . . Ah nou ncd dbt. We are althorized to announce S. ,McC. ].aw:rasoul as candid:ate fo r )Delegate to the Countitutional Convention fronn this piarishi, subject to Democratic nomination. We are authorized to annolmcu Roht. C. Wickld;ffi a candidate for the C(rnntitn tional Cionentiwtlou from-this impairb, sub - ject to the action of ta Deluocratiirt.y. We are authoriieil to aiinomitiic "'Ditican Stewart a candidate for theConsMtntioual Coollventlon from this ,"parish, sailiject to the action of the Demotratic Party. 4ardea Beds Sloping to thebSouth. In Sout~i a-Europe it is quite a fashion among the -gardewe to raise the beds foL the'wiia~rar dens from twelve to twenty.four j inches high on the north side, the...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 October 1897

RigioUfbotices. Grace hurcht . lit I a. m., 7:30 p. in. Week Lent, Wednesday and t. ., 4:30 p. mn with ad g0.il tet.il t }\3p flomn the Sermon H . nt. Sunday School every the I m. Goo. Newnman Supt. ga$ies at Star Hill. gLa lii .W'erv bLMaIIt 1 Rev. W. !i tist. Third Sunday in , '. D. Vanvalkenburgh, l gnMi ()thoicn h ellehrch ;dlt. Carnle), St. Prancisville, twe ýn or every month, Rev. SerLices at Bayou Sara. s,$ ly dao each nmonth, at 11 A. 1 7.:1'. sM. pp i PeriodicalAgency. ptions received for the NEW '$ IMES -15ºEM1 CRAT, or any -i"ape-r or Periodical published. g fiiW hcd when requested. F.M. MUMFORD 211 Royal Street. danlt, i nit? SCure a Cod in One Day. ftel3Pative lrhomo Quinine Tablers. jlggists refund the muney if it fails t2ic' tly, usnatier, dustiest. No Cure-lo Pay. ~ is the way all drunggists sell i t4 TAbTELESS CHILL TONIC ilsand Malaria. It is simply Iron quie in a tasteless form. Children il Adults prefer it to bitter, naue Tonics. Price, 50c. L -M iron bridge ...

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. — 9 October 1897

WHERE EMPIRES MEET. BRITISH-INDIAN RAMPART ALONG THE ROOF OF THE WORLD, Some Characteristics of the Tribesmen of the HilIs-A Possible Remnant of the Lost Tribes of Israel-The Women Wear Trousers-A Pastoral People. Chitral, India, is the one border State which touches the Russian fron tier and also the Chinese. It is the tpex of the British Indian wedge, iriven to the heart of the continent, to meet the apices of two other im Derial wedges driven home to the same goal. The Russian advance first drew ittention to it, or something more than mere attention. Captain Younghus band, traveling in t.na region, sud ienly dame upon a Russian military force under. the famous pioneer of'con pneit, Captain Grombchevsky, or his solaborer, Captain Yonoff. The latter had actually come through the passes of the Hindoo Koosh and advanced down the slopes. On meeting the British party, the Russians made a 'mighty show of innocence, as though merely traveling for health and pleas a ure, and so by an easy...

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. — 9 October 1897

Tie 1.1.]'P. .,i.in1-° If t ' i > o-l.. r i nl i n ofil 1V ,i- ui l : - i , 1 - at. u i'ler if, t e " Ml it "ile devils," and ;o ulliru ," tori,-nts tie .' almost caseless vanish whea 4ai' -Hostetter's Stoil:.rh H;ttcrr, oF$: - r, annihilates biliou.sness, con-o Shhills and fever, kidney complaints P osenosess. - l shoIld not le to high for dre. uen could run awaY from the toothache, - lpdprobably do it. A Beaultifil Blotchy Face. m totff you sa,"Inlpo,-i,.'" And so it, is. ,Ifiea, H'tiw o'Irni l ity l)th(I i l.' ley, -Iow ,et'iaerinei" wil cur them. rt'e the or bymslfor pr ,; in st:. t at. 1. oSavannah, I .I - anmjeighlr stpis yu; to talk politics, -- , -- "" "  itocIele.n p hi:+ pi r . __ - F1llow's oothli ng ' Iru p for children ~s\pain,curel Wind cihli.ý2. :i. a bottle. - a.go man is prepairin'r to go to Klon odeds. His frlilnd,; will let htim slide. rmanently cured. No fits or nervoutQ rMtdar's utit·e of I)r. Kline'e (hreat -Rtorer. 2trial hottl, and treatise fre...

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. — 9 October 1897

THI EORGIAd.IT IIST PHILOSOPHER IS DISPLEASED AT M'KIN LEY'S POLICY. Takes a Walk to "Cool Off"...-Appolntment of Colored I'osttmasters in the South El. erates William's Choler---Other Inter. esting Talk. When Abasuerus got so dreadful mad with Haman he dident do any thing rash all of a sudden, but walked out in the garden to cool off-to let his choler down. That's the way I am doing now. every day, and am thankful that I've got a garden to walk in. When my good old father used to feel the ,iLmatic pains coming he dident sit down and grunt and look miserable, but seized his hat and his cane in a hurry and started out to peruse the farm. In an hour or so he would return all in adsweat of perspiration and the rheumatism was postponed for a time. Walk about some and commune with nature when you feel had. Almost every day I take on a new mad, a fresh indigna tion at McKinley, and if I dident walk in the garden and peruse the roses and posies or feed the pet rab bits and the peafowls or...

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. — 16 October 1897

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. w,.W. I~AKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1897. VOL. VI.---NO 36. m" - ml L a l a e u! a ai - .  r 1 -- - ... . . . Powell, John H. Stone, ·IJactsville. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, ney - at - Law, gt. Frane>sville, La. ,OBERT 5EMPLE, ;jorneY " - Lnw, praCtice in tho conrts of the '414t julicial ,iirtriets. 1Unr j Ii, 1111 meeI t clienits at the }louse iu zve; I Siara whcnuever 9!COIPrZ)? r §c qce. L ,IICHARDS PERCY, ,at-Law & Notary Publio, &T. FuANc(ISVILLE, LA. practice in the 13th Judicial 4th Cironiit; Supremo and iCourts. Oflice in Bauk Build. BT. C. WICKLIFFE, ey - at - Law, SPFRANCISVILLF, LA. near court house. Will prae. e 13th Judicial anti Federal QR.A. F. 'BARROW, an an ad Surgeon, _L Francisville, La. i Leake building. Telephone ered from either Kilbourne's ord's drug stores. Y POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, - Louisiana, ppared to do a...

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. — 16 October 1897

THE : TRUE: DEMOCRAT. PURLIBHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. New York State is ahead of any ether in the adoption of a far-sighted forestry policy. Cardinal Gibbons says that th4 American people, despite their appar, eut absorption in materialistic pur suits, are fundamentally religious. Says the Kansas City Times: Mis. Couri's $20,000, 00) If" crop furnisher a rosy object lesson to men with the Klondike fever how fortunes may be made without the unpleasantness of digging under the ground or dying oz top of it. The poultry industry has developec into the largest agricultural industry of the United States, and yet we im port annually $2,000,000 worth of eggs. The 6,000,000 people of the State of New York consume about 146,000,000 worth of eggs and poultry annually. The Muscatine (Iowa) News-Tribune Bays: If some of the mothers of girls who seem to have no taste for any thing only to attend college would give them a thorough course in roast slogy, boilology, stitchology, dar...

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. — 16 October 1897

ieae Collegialte Institute, ISON, LOUISIANA... lesion of this Institution september 1, 1896. The the Faculty are ladies of O 5lAI4Ti in each depart iior advantages are there o those young ladies desir h and finished education. of the Institution is unsr _.luoulars and catalogue ad. i J CJTLETT, Pria., Jackson, La. NORMAL SCHOOL, TCHITOCHES, LA. by the State for the oLtesohere. Affords thorough f*or the profession of teach course of academic study, I g in the art of teach year of daily practice in uander guidance of skill teachers. Class work ex k best of modern thought 4 n'd method of instruction. ' atitles graduate to teach in ihool of Louisiana without i free to students who teach. 'ir graduation. Entire ex 'on of eight month, $110. annual session begins Oct. i e write to 3, C. CALDWELL, Pres. nton College UNC LADIES. ATClIEZ, MISS.- i Shas been taken to select i of elpJerience and of a high a pidolareha;' oarding pupit f tlynntr'the care of the mies Prince. Opens Septem :1u Prin...

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. — 16 October 1897

Tl!HE TRUE DEI1OCR:AT. OFFICIAL JOUlINAL OF THIE PARLISH. tV. W. LEAXICE .JR.., Proprietor. Sntscription, per .u1111111 - IsMtEr)D EvJ:Il S. 'fll)Ay. rj"llterc~l at the Posit O)ft ee at St. 'ranc~iM VillIII La.. as CCOlIt c'lass miatter. 8:ATcUInAY; OUT. 16, 1897. I f CRS WHERE All ELS FAIS. Best Cough Siyrup. Tce,tes Good. Use in time. Sold by druggists. I Announcement. Wec are uuth1ori',vul to anicoccuce S. c. 1~atwv1:tni U.4 a cctitdicatt for I )legate to tll( C'olstitultionall ('i,I)ri'lf 11)2 fr~om t~his 80rih subjec t to Demioi'rat ic nomrucat ion. aro:n+ ant Inrizr~d to :iiifonn~ee 1d.iht. "(. 1Vic ie1itte it' (1111(1idatt' tc 'the, (onsti In ti 10111 Conveto f4IoI 121 -)1t-his 1)a1rifdh, suil ,jest to the itetion ofi t ue Donioccatle P'art~y: VWe are ai thttorized to annoulhne Dma St oWil it a caiid idate for tlie( '(lst it) i~lill I ,(!oll vezi tiolt front this parish, sublject to 1 lit, ac(tioni of the Democratic Party. - .~-- ----------- NIXON Irregular Comlnmiu ratives. ...

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. — 16 October 1897

Clrao (;ltur{ t.I jt a1 t* is 70 ji. ni. Wo:k 191 \- etlui'htto airtl y C 1 a, .1:;0 p. with amd frno:mI the Sermon ;be Monot. ya 9:301 . III. GtO. NinmVllan Supt. servics t Slit' lll. 'n-dSinfv rv III ntlt lieu. ý `411, 0ltjtiist. Ihirtl r~Usi(:my ill pt (;on"nla !':tlttljliC'llllrc'h1 Ip o~t. C iu . t1'rl tiMile Sandy ntCTr" ucillth, K~ov. Tberiý, priest. tServies~ at Bayou Sa -.-a. i fh Slmm1da ofcat It mouth, tat 11 A. 7:301. D.I. - er n id PeriodscfldAgencY, rriptionS received for the NEWV S TfIES-l',.DcI:.l T' or any w6sjalwr or l'eriotdical lpubli'shed. F. 1. \1M11I,'ORII) 211 Royal Street. uber the whitto pla'imry, Monday Cure Col0( inVa Otie I)Day. Laxative Broto QninIe 'T'ablcrs. agists refund the mol:ey if it fails iiO all the teiehrs "pssed" esnninntiionst, thouoh thl qu tiouns el by the State Boati d are so, dili ot "second grade" iis quite a high gN Care-No Pay. I'oat is the way all druggists sell Y'g T'fTEI,~ý' IFIIL, TONIC haillsan d ~aldari:t. It is simply Iron hi...

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. — 16 October 1897

.THE TWO WORDS, One day a harsh word, ras:hly said, Upon an evil journey sped, And like a sharp and cruel dart It pierced a fond and loving heart; It turne I a friend into a foe, And 9verywhere brought pain and woe. A kind word followed it one day, Flew swiftly on its blessed way; It healed the wound, it soothed the pain, And friends of old were friends again. It made the hate and anger cease, And everywhere brought joy and peace. But yet the harsh word left a'trace The kind word could not quite efface, And though the heart its love regained, It bore a scar that long remained; Friends could forgive but not forget, Or lose the sense of keen regret. Oh, if we could but learn to know How swift and sure our words can go, How would we weigh with utmost care Each thought before it sought the air, And only speak the words that move Like white-winged messengers of love. -Great Thoughts. ý ý oa 1oUo ao °o r Go a .n I A WILL AND THE WAY. (NByGENQIE OERO Dy G WNDOLE OVERTN e XISTENCE un der th...

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. — 16 October 1897

Almost Inside Out. stb omach that is not turned thus by a uL on the "briny wave" must be a fortjfed one. The gastric apparatus can madered proof against sea sickness with c•rhic pn popular among travglersby tyt ostetter's Stomac'h Bitters. It sºads testlm d gainst malaria and rihen pasn,;.d sbhdues liver complaint, consti aonnd dyspep.a. .esros ml1st drop fromn one's eyes before l" i°ieghanyt'. ~ n fairly. '. er ~agirl t'links as mich of a man her- of herself -that is love. ...wsh v Soothi ng S tl'ilup for children :Irvoftens the ,umsreducing inflalmm' paincurt·e wind colic. 2oc. a bottle. ..S li disviuise usually have a hard vn, their identity. ,R nently cured. No fits or nervous iflrr firstday's use of Dr. Kline's G(reat Ftr d trial hottle and treatise free t'i.3, il Arch St., Phila, Pa. lfi s mkes a man feel out of place shelsi ses his situation. 1saby's Sore htead J s-.fd skin are quickly cured by Totter S le' t tile poo,: little thing scream it aosms .when relief is so eas...

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. — 16 October 1897

WASHING BY MACHINERY rTHE MODERN LAUNDRY HAS BECOME A BIC INSTITUTION. [ts Operations Conducted In Systematic Order-An Immense Quantity of Work Turned Out in a Day-HIow the lWork is Done--Regular and Transient Trade' A few years ago nearly every city was studded with little Chinese laun 'h'ies, where the proprietor exchanged t small piece of paper containing some inknown hieroglyphics for each bun lIe as it was brought in. They flour nbhed for a whilO, but the shrewd S ee went them one better by m g for and delivering the pack tges and then the in. .;tlious in ma chinery for simplifying the work began to multiply to such an extent that it was almost unnecessary to do any hand work. Gradually the "washee, .vasJee man" found business slipping away from him and started an opium ioint as an adjunct. Then the latter Became the whole thing, and the laun Iry only a blind, but the celestials iound themselves closed up by the police, and they are now almost a thing of the past. The amount of...

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. — 23 October 1897

Official a ihe"Par sh of Wost Feliciana and School Board. Jub. aT LA OCT W ------------2  '. - ' o. .:. ' . • i,.  " ... " ,   ;. • ... . .~ -~· -. " • Official Jou,,nal (1f","he "Parish of Wlest Felieiana and School Board. *..;t.,b.a P~p '."ST:. FR'AhCISYILLE, WFT FILICIANA PARISH; lA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23; 1897. O.V.-N 7 f00ixran Qýýýbs._ WELL STONE, , r at - Le, , rF anciBville, La. IET RSEMPLE, - nt - Law, t;ice in the conrts of the 14th judicial districts. Dur ,will meet clients at, the use in Bayou Sara wheneve P0e PostOffice, La NaIADBSPE Y, ýat.Law & Notary P/bllo, Su'BiANCISVILLE, LA. tice in the 13th Judicial 4tb Circnit; Supreme and Carts. Office in Bank Build. IT C: WICKLIFFE, bey at - i.aW, fad1'OIBVLaLrm, LA. eear court houso. Will prao 13th Judicial and Federal , . F. BARROW, clan and Surgeon, St Francisville, Ls. Leske building. Telephone from either Kilbourne' 'a drug stores. POWELL, D.D.8., o, - Louisians, _ d to do all work in Offie at resi...

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. — 23 October 1897

TH -:- TRUE-:- DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Michigan contains 4545 lakes and about 50,000 streams, and is consid ered a paradise for anglers. "The government can buy postal cards for 23.92 cents a thousand and sell then for $10 a thousa'd. That's business." c c'aims the Boston Globe. "Must the locomotive go?" inquires the Hartford Courant. It must, brother, it must, anlsws the Chicago Times-HIerald; a locomotive which doesn't go is worth just half a cent a pound for old iron. According to the New York Mail and Express, American railroads are giving employment to 100,000 more men now than they were at this time last year, and they aren't doing it for the fun of the thing, either. It is because business requires it. About six thousand people have al ready started' for the Klondike dig gings, states the New York World, and mo:t of them are still on the way. Practically the movement towards the Yukon country for this season is over, for the experts unite ...

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. — 23 October 1897

Riub IhtoJeget. F ale Collegila Instilute, 1SON, LOUISIANA... ujion of this Institution .September 1, 1896. The of the Faculty are ladies of JIscuLtSTS in eoach depart erior advantages are there to those young ladies desir h and finished education. of the Institution is onour ouluar and catalogue ad. I, J CATLETT, Prin., Jackson, La, (ODELL " TYPE WRITER. ,ill buy the ODELL TYPE. :WRIER with 78 characters, Ito do as good work as any ijee simplicity with durabil t ,of operation, wears longe setof repairs than any other ias no ink ribbon to bother It is neat, substantial, . perfect and adapted to jpewriting. Like a print. it produces sharp, clean, ript, Two or ten cop. t ~asat one writing. Any fi poon can become an op days. , sgents and salesmen want :.ampblet giving indorse. address, Ii Typewriter Co., di 884 Dearoorn Street, : : : ILLINOIS, ec ton College NC LADIES. ini TCHEZ, MISS. hes been taken to select foi experience and of a high W lareip. Boarding pupils P Ilyunder the care...

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. — 23 October 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL JOUIlAL O' TIIE PA ISII. W.W.. IEAKE, JR., Proprietor. Sublscription, per aunum - $1.0· ISSUED E'VEIZY SATUIDAY. Entered at the Post Office at St. Francise vill, La., as seecon class matter. SATURDAY, OCT. 23, 1897. I n time. 8o1l by druggists. Announcement. We are authorized to anonunco S. 1McC. Lawrn:smo 'a a candidato for Delegate totho Consti lutional ('onvenlion from this parish, subject to Democratic lnomination. We are authorized to nnntmnce ' Robt. C. Wickl;ffo Scandlidnte for tile Constitutional Con veution from this parish, subject to alth action of the;Democratic 1'arty. We are authorized to announco Dnlcan Stewart a candidate for theConstitutional Conven 'tion from this parish, subject tothe ac tion of the Democratic Party. "ra m m mmm Woodville has postponed its fair 'till next year. The ohl saw is "look out for frost '-dtuing the full moon of November." God grant there may be frost iht 'fore thoenu In its long fight with the State in its res...

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. — 23 October 1897

,,ligious Notices. (Grace (hllctl'h. jt i1 a. in., 7:30 p. tai r Wduk Sri- tent, Wedtlisdiy and lo# R. jn., 4:30 p. m with nd Salected top'cs fromi fhe Sermon e ont Stisida)y cihool every at 9:30 a. m. Geo. Nownman Sept. services at Star Hi111. i eay iii overy month, Rev. W. - laptist,. rhird Sunday in Muh ethodtist. altoltiian Catholic Church. u-" of-, Crm.,nl, St. Francisville, iu),t. or every month, Rev. Thevis, priest. list Services at Bayou Sara.  Snnuday of each month, at 11 A. 30 P. M. r iand ieriodicaiAg ency. Options received for the NE W AJ8 TIMES)IDEMfOCRAT, or Iany o3w.spaper or Periodical published. gnes fnlrished when requested. F, MI. MUMFORD 211 Royal Street. Uan should note that Afton Villa, and Maxwell plantations are now Curf a Cold ill One Dad'. IL ative Bromo Quilnii1b T'ablers.  ets re'tild the money if it fails 7 25c." again. It would take the sibvre Dalaid$t to keepo the dnit laid llat hdrants will do as well. Lot's lbem.. SNo Cure-No Pay. is the way all ...

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. — 23 October 1897

UFES COMPENSATIONS. The skIce cannot alwars be clears If i;-s goiag to rain. ft will rain. Mw dear. My dear. The merris; ey-e mat itiil hinte it tear. Yo maoru tter th:reriw we zna eon main. }Ip dear: }F: d=,ar:, Thtezi are fryi ..; a'.i ,s to- There are sorrmws that every good wcman musu bear: ~ii prSi&f:tly tCreak and go (ioatur acaT. "There are .:ri<e is wViih eery rgood ian iL: t! S t.ill b blue than are "i'en hns ashare. & d gra . I: ii only the fci~ rho has serer a care. My dear' y p dear. We ennct have ij t happiness here The_.kP o anno· aiw te clear. Y~it a":=I:. F rir re glad if yea noez She4 Sweetsw .t-t.i sweet were no t it eru a ;ear. here. lly dear: MIy dear: The· 3·j3)r t~a: I~rw2 in yovCljrý.:-. t-i-a, There eonm t never :+ joy if there re·- r was Lke ?h t:"' :' wlien oi~v 'WPt. wil So s~iiow. Sav.xr. T r, , af !am r ma: re bp c#* o -..rrr s And te:. v beis that are eue tAad ter&: - affnes ,s well ._- rims .:u''Ae ani gray. to bOer.rw. MY de:. ill; d'ar...

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