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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 February 1898

Ijl`ecitemet in Waldoboro, t opinion's correspondent al. THE F " -tbo, exaggerate. The bird lira oel twn on the head of Mr. Dl'wbert, lacerating his head y^ e and making off with bct- s r hat, which was found a Cha hi, 6,6 ward back of Mr. Alden Ear W elr'sbar1n. He afterward at. Man ed Mr. Elmus Shuman in the dame this c Wn early knocking him over, spend s pman in his excitement made a of the rb and caught the wise old owl by workii the gs. ge has him now in close and l heegs. ~In the fracas Mr. Shu. The  asce was somewhat mangled.- horse ton (born. withconsumption causing one death have in seven in New York, yellow fever or a ano special cause to boast of its A privat graveyard. altoge ;rother, SAcording to te testimony of T condi hi a Chinese interpreter, who ap- clve e ore before the Illinois senate inves- black "t -ngonitteo at Chicago the other figuri icrtin streetso in that city are filled an hl ,r tarrtain s, lbioh pay $10 a week to the police for for protection. in De...

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. — 12 February 1898

R BUDGET OF HUMOR, -. A 3HTER.PROVOKING STORIES FOR LOVERS OF FUN. [odern Version-When the Lights ( turn Low-The Matrimonial Mart-t( 'eminine-Knew His Business-Quite lifferent-In the Green Room, Etc. ere are you going, my pretty maid?" g marry a mill king, sir," she said. an what will you be, my pretty maid?" ti s flour of the family, sir," she said. -Chicago Tribune. F Where the Lights Burn Low. Julia calls her new sTeetheart 'in lescent.'" Why?" Because he is such a gas-saver."- cago Record. The Matrimonial Mart. r I came to ask you for your daugh- C in marriage, sir," said the young i 'Have you any money of your own?" s ed the careful parent. 'Oh, you misunderstood me, sirl I not want to buy her." Feminine. [aude-"Do you know, I really be re that Tom is going to propose." 3ertha--"I noticed that he was look terribly sad about something or er, but then, you know, dear, it y not be that. Perhaps his mother lick, or possibly he isn't feeling well iself. "-Boston Transcript. A hlorri...

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. — 19 February 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. S Jr. Pub and op ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FLICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, FEBRU, 1898. VOL. Stt LOU John H. Btone, . I$.d RTIC -l I.r ll , Clinton . pOWELL STONE, The La torne " at - Ldw, , ea t. Francieville, La. Fart ROBERT SEMPLE, A Wet AttorneY - at - L Mrs Will practice in the co.prts of the of R1 13tlhid 14th ju icinl distriCts. Dur- year g acation, wiill meet clients at the at Ru rton lIoueein Bayou Sara wheneve at the equeste1. boun CoupeO Postoffice, La Die fter W. RICHARDS PERCY, Plaqu Attorney.at-Law & Notary Publlo, of cri ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA. mentl One W Will practice i:r the 13th Judicial itrict 4th Circuit; Supreme and tni Federal Courts. Oflice in Bank Build. ing h Mollie COT.. WICKLIFFE, whoi 'Attornoy - at - Law, trip ST, FIA. CISTLLF, LA. tered Ofie near court houso. Will pra- day cin the 13th Judicial and Federal rt1 ir.l OR. A. F. BARROW, This phySlcian and Surgeon, is St. Francisville, La. App...

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. — 19 February 1898

TH TRUE -:- DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at ST. FRANOISVILLE, LOUISIANA, !A Kansas City woman who speaks feelingly on the subject says that the heaviest work any woman ever under took was light housekeeping. The remarkable way in which civ. ilization is increasingly coming to in. terfere with paganism is illustrated by the fact that the car of Juggernut cannot pass through the streets of Colombo owing to tho interference of the overhead telegraph wires. But that paganism is not yet dead is evi dent to the New York Observer's sat. isfaction, by the circumstances that petitions have been sent to the Gov. ernor by the Ceylonese, requesting that the celebration might proceed, as twenty-five persons desired to throw themselves under the idol's car. There appears to the New York Com mercial Advertiser "to be no reason for the assertion that the Cuban insur gents have violated the rules of war in the reported execution of Colonel Ruiz. That officer of the enemy was givet every opportunity to...

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. — 19 February 1898

WHAT CREATED TiE DEMAND. buY that brand of soap?" "What makes you always buy that tea?" s ut mkesyoum r orewd; I asked a business friend. eod a wo manv far larger scope-" "It's quite a favorite, you see." others bhave reviewed. "But why select this brand?" heeaalmes I buyr that brand of soap?" lie looked astonished, and my aim tke d ma  d surprised- lie had not recognized; o e wm an lsored my demand-4 Tut still he answered just the same : dthU ,,cuse its advertised." "Because it's advertised." pydo TOUlhles0o that ribbon fair?" And so you'll find where'er you go, do you choose Whatever people buy, lyskedr al.en isd others there, The goods that have the greatest show, sother stordid for this?" .And on which folks rely, k e. a pitying eyes, Are thoao made known through printer's ink .gfbe at meriticsedwi And, it may be surmised, y facO ed very cimpl, "W~Vy, Their merit is, the people .think, ea use' advertised." "Because they're advertised." I I L IJA ARllKIGH IAIY P 1TIIY D y MI...

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. — 19 February 1898

f ºý l l'. ') l1;-ý It~L~·il f . i sariltici:i, h*ey a1tliutu - - $1.50. i}AI:Ict:Y A:lA'I UIlAY. ird t the Pst t Oimt a t, St. Fr:inc~is. ili, LA'i. C . 1 wn (hl) Ahtt S HORT CUTS. 'here is a tedlciiy in this coiuii to IiiX cOl'll M:ii w -heatt ill lit, erl' grlades of flourt. Otihiiii destoys freshiess aid ity of heart like daily 'oiaill't hl i sordid r turie, especially if a Lie onlei to h llo i we i1'o bo)iil;il liies oft nlletioli. li vt we'I tlhose o are coliliinl'llly together lc heoro i te ii coiiilromiseiii iii relatiion.i eisC n~mu either be cliicimpt or rplt(1ly and hIow rilrl to find lupal.liy ---N. O. ,sates. hlie Nw `-rI% Y o011 l', 1ew dl,,aiiilh:l fomr fr'." s lvtier, but not i ratio ofi 16 Ito 1, suggestse tihe iry of lhe yonli: manI who was ;itl to cIn t-iil'i!Ite to thell fund fo:r iliilg ita cIh:ircli. Uiio:' consulting 3Iather h1l Ws. ltold: Subscribele Irliyrlly.'. 1 ltlwIiays object to the lo i_ Kaa -llll Cityl Times. 'he ,Cildi.'nalii Enquiretir says: MIr...

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. — 19 February 1898

I. i, i ft :1 .i" f3 ,:cj So . -·· 11ý , d' : * ii. I: pts ý ,oI'. t 4 44 11, . !: I:1;0jp:o rt i ~i4)(l2~t'S ;t ,y~ IA Wr j..,nwcen , ,.,vc for the . . ar ter wN 1 Pe' r r : oc Iiihii ,tiri' S' .nt.ble . .ck ~ erryo bl the" : !S a hl oel . . yý -;.,. teticlile until 'l'nesd'lv} night, aud tlhies Thoso present sen ted to enijoy II -drop of ies. Under - OSTR in li i .1tes at I'lotltigr .s otherwl or.l. . . -t of :iil, Fr nci viLll o l Frien. fOrant, o_ .. Dr. M rt'f to imentio) last wrok t!ht gists ut ert nats marrlie at Norwoot oin bseneft, * lr t to- . . aiS li, ce" le MctI:rtt y o"f and Ne ow. Vietur wfa lfrml'rl clc.k at $ diibr.`;llu.lt" ii s U -a . t t+ 'r=icer st Grace ChurcIh QuinquageSfi- Chnu Sd5y, Feb) 20 at eltvenl a. i. .all crni ~ thirty p . Ben erice at ioman Catholi: Church, Mardi i ys Fa thor Ti'lhovis was called ieutterto Mr. Ovid Boll in his dyi. ,lis' .rl.iu Or dldea is nothing new; it d:atts'" back Our heehl i ow to reslore the hair soun a 1i1rn. 1ll,y fla...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 February 1898

,N ELE 'lAN'I BAT11ERY. " ILoy 1OVEL METHOD OF TRANSPORTING CANNON IN INDIA. far trltlsth Troops Utilize the Unwieldv Anl mats to Carry Cannon From One P'oint to Another-Danger of the Service How a Gun Is Strapped to an Elephant. alo' Elephants have been used in war- of fare since days beyond history, but it na has been reserved for the Peshawar tri( column of the British force now sup pressing the belligerent Afridis and other tribesmen on the northwestern eat frontier of India to establish a prece- wv lent in the matter of a heavy battery of artillery, i'i which the big twelve- an( pounders are packed on the backs of the great brutes, like the light see- anJ lional guns on the backs of mules in eVE a mountain battery. As long as ar- gar tillery has been known in this coun- aro fry the elephant has been used to pat crag cannon, but despite a more or I less useful record in this matter of lnt traction, there are still those who have In ioubts as to his utility in his new she role. 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. — 19 February 1898

w assured that the t)ing. gi. t f has nothing to do with the .in.theL New England cotton mills. r oar says it has not, and he Beaort it is curious how often the Sno *bln feel called upOn to volun. -. tf b i formation.-NewYork Even lgPos, Ind, - rhe overnment's Domain. S mijoner of the general land office - Teomt his report to the Secretary of b5as5u¶t0m Compared with last year, it therior. eeseof 8,29 homestead entries, w1esrtB es Quite proportionate regatingst llg off in general health is'5 o5 fis made to reformn irregularity whenen.fo rThis can easily be accom of t elsthe aid of Hostetter's Stomach omedy for malaria, dyspepsia, rpmtism aond liver trouble. ab little our byh a other name would no doibt smell A Red Handed Murderer. T nttorne kills the germs of Totter,Eczema, - jet. benm, Ringworm and other skin dis at. lfost of these are caused by the exist oe of infinitesimal anamalculae. Tette rine aren them at once and stops the agonizing eb,then itsoothes and heals the skin. At d...

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 February 1898

/ - IIE I, A (· l' riC _IF_____________~~pq~a%;; I Newest Thing In Cravats. Some of these scarfs are of the very sheerest lawn, some of them flimsy India silk, with deep frills of lace edging them, and some white silk ones have long, fine sewing silks fringe. When wrapped around the neck, the bows and ends, tied under the chin, are perfectly enormous. Yet they are the very newest thing in cravats, and the woman who wants to keep pace with the fashions must have one or else be out of the world. Some of these cravats shown are so enormous that they resemble the old fashioned long nubia which used to be worn around the head and twisted around the neck, the two ends hang ing down the back over the shoulders. It seems almost a physical impossi bility to dispose of them around the neck in such a fashion as to make them look at all shipshape, but, then, they are the fashion, and everything seems to go nowadays. The latest in neckties are stock col lars and long four-in-hand bows of the bri...

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 February 1898

TIHE TRU DEMORAT S Offloial Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. j, W. LAKEI, Ir., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISII, LA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1898. VOL; VI.---NO 4. Ill· un n· i l N l l iimm N• m ' iNl i a ~ iM  iiN i. .,. _ . ,. . .,, - l, Powell, John H. Stone, s. *hrOdlle.Ir Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, Attorney ." at - Law, St. Franiseville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorney - at - Law, will practice in the conrts of the 1Sth and 14th judicial districts. Dur- I pvacation, will meet clients at the Barton House in Bayou Sara whenever 1 reqgeste 1. 6i~~ Coupeo Postoffico, La rIII-- -I W. RICHARDS PERCY, Attorney.at-Law & Notary Publlo, ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA. Will practice in the 13th Judicial District, 4th Circuit; Supreme and lederal Courts. Office in Bank Build. ROST. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Lavw, ST. FRANCISBILLE, LA. . Ofie near court house. Will praes. tie in the 13th Judioial and Federal DR. A. F. BARROW, Physician and Su...

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 February 1898

I -:" TRUE DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at . FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The population of Japan has in eased at the rate of twenty-seven sr cent. in the last twen t-fur years. The manufacturers of fine cotton ibrics in England are said to be suf bring from the popularity of bicycle iding among women. Once upon a time, observes the rew York Times, a "blizzard" was a readful outbreak of the elements, ad was supposed to be a native of he wild prairies of the West. People gt there probably so regard it still. int newspapers in this part of the rorld had an opportunity once to 'write up" a genuine blizzard, and ever since that memorable occasion hey have employed the term to desig sate what the irreverent would call 'any old snowstorm." Perhaps the anchers as they fight their way hrough real blizzards smile grimly at he fervid imaginations of Easterners. The English engineering journals, rhich have been discussing gravely he enormous strides made in Euro. iean countries by American manufac u...

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 February 1898

Hill KLWAflU. S . women who had served the aord h - tlAý ;sto-re heaven's gate for their reward. p oh shining soul had her fairrecord brought C o, glorious service for the Master wrought. • One gentle one, whose life was full and long, : ý with her great pen had slain a giant wrong. ,. - ith starving children this one's life was spent; . To nameless outcasts hope that presence lent. . Fcr dwarfed and stunted souls these labored well, And left love's blessings In the prison cell. For poor humanity, sln-cursed and lost, They gave their lites, and counted not the cost. Oh they were bright and beautiful to see! garth's fame has crowned them ere their souls were free, But one there was who lone and trembling stood Among this throng of women great and good, To whom the.recording angel, speaking, said, ,,What doest thou here among the blessed dead Searing no record? Hast thou nothing done On earth where these their crowns of glory wonl To whom she, weeping, said: "Let me return To that d...

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 February 1898

T~tiFI IYZ~OCRAT. AiJo 1ZNAl'Oi'vIt P.r1TsnI. LEAItE, Jet., Proprletor. rtiou, per nxrnmn - - $1.50. IS8U;ID Evi itY SiAT1IWAY. - - - I nt the Post Ofice t St. IFr:iuiciS e, Ia., as Sceond cluMS mtt; r. .I A Y, I"',º. 26, .I!3. POSTPAL TEfSL G;!iffl . droeaa fieh fli~e to Ithje illy locsatectl in S~t. 121·;rieivillo I ggeasteil that it w'iid be ftp. ited1 by our i'eopi;, ainl it pa'y- i Ovtlilelt L or tIhoe C011oil) piI f3'. IC 1II1iI4L'l to niote 0A,it 0lth )8tioii has beeni s0 lrohlijm 13t Iy On. Aul agent of the Ceoml- j Ways hero it few dI iyoi oge, andi~1 tiewed Mayor' L()fttoi, jllid -i f our mercliaiits. \Xe ::'e iii i telalt te is very frl vora!)13' !rased Willi the F'easibility of the 0e,11a1(d will acI4vise the ccIIi to establish the oifice. a loOltion~ W~ill probaibly be ill )oi f'uu'iuci'ly occupjictl is tnlie )Me acJiun ?unfr' storo. The11 c110 ll patty pjfi'ol's ie operatolr, butt inl caseC thlrel 0110 av;ailiable, thiey already three pllenllIichlntS. THE MAINE MYSTERY...

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 February 1898

, ,*5nufernl rom Hoadache Cured by pr. Miles netorative Nervine. I- AIADACI are the bane of womnar's SL fe. Frequently relieved but seldom ~ ermanentiy cured, the ultimate re tiscontinual misery. Miss Maggie Ilan aiOhestnat t., D'onville, Ill., says in ": 't can,:ot add to my testimony of year elcept that I am well and streng. ,;: rs ago I had such a pain in my head Ibtealnothing, was desperately nervous and could not sleep Other complications : D peculiar to my sex set in and our physiciau called another In con sultation. They de cided I had consump tion and must die. I commenced taking Dr. Rstwratlve Nervine and the second obtained the first nights real sleep In reeks. I know that Dr. Miles' Rest^r Njiervlne saved my life. p es Remedies are sold by all drug sit gader a positive guarantee, first bottle '-iit5 or money refunded. Book on Heart e rves sent free to all applicants. U trta'. MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. RI.vspaper and Periodical Agency. M Subscription received for 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. — 26 February 1898

WHAT SKINS ARE WORTH ACTIVE DEMAND FOR THE PELTS OF FUR-BEARING ANIMALS. A Skin Passes Through Many Hands Duties of the "Collector" - The Black Fox's Pelt Fetches as Much as 8200 The Value of Various Other Skins. A phase of the fur business that dealers say promises well for the trade is the active market for skins. There's a lot of difference between fur and skins. To the uninitiated it seems more of a difference of terms. Gen erally speaking, one could describe the skin side of the fur business as the wholesale end and the fur side as the retail end. Strictly speaking, that would not be true, of course. Most of the houses in New York that sell furs do buy skins, as a rule, from the trappers or from the "ship pers," who deal with the trappers. Several of the best known houses in the trade go to London for most all of their skins--even for American skins. Their reason for this, one of their representatives told a Press reporter the other day, is that, as London is the clearing house...

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 February 1898

tiy tor of the fmous "three hedgiio,, "R*eading, 'riting and , ij..ra.IoRDa Sir William Curtis, a him lor of London. In 1865 be for  s it ore a tost before the Board tioon. Custos Cases Decided. e eneral appraisers of goods passing the bCuastom House have made several Sthon- ,tel which, until passed uon b deilons.iatf theTreasurywill hold good. thee ther is stability iin that quartAr, n in st.rength can be tcrostp-y iauZed"win,,ll tonic and remedy for bBtse utism. dyspepsia, constips }.flrbillon - ess. te d th .c.llod e the f humaity; n aitnnaot alive by bouquets alone. A 3le1(ti1l BtIchy Face. ...... y y"Impossiblel" And so t ie. g ightofo , ingworm and any other ter,., l sease makes the handsomest Y UouY."'Tetterine" will cure them. It's ifsneourecertain, safe, sure. 60 cents at 0D. .or b_ mail for price in stamps J. .i~ne, Savannah, (Is. rticdlsmis one.way of making, it known at we dislike other people's faults more tn our own oh, What Splendid Colfee. fr Goodman, Williams Co...

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 February 1898

GOOD ROADS NOTES, Activity in North Carolina. At the Road Congress, lately held in Raleigh, N. C., a committee of twenty-five was appointed "to act with the North Carolina Good Roads League in considering the revision of existing road laws, and in urging the next General Assembly to adopt such legislation as will remedy the existing defects in these laws, and as will pro vide for the employment in public road improvements of all able-bodied male convicts whose term of sentence does not exceed ten years." Road Work in New Hampshire. "This year, Concord, N. H.," says the Concord Monitor, "at the sugges tion of the highway commissioner, di vided its highway appropriations so that a small part was set aside for permanent work in the construction of highways and streets which would only require nominal repairs for a series of years. The result is all that could be expected, and the policy should be continued in succeeding years. Other towns would do well to follow this practice, seeking ...

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 March 1898

IRE TRUE DEMOCRAF Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. FAE, Jr, LK, r Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 5 bJ.Powell, John H. Stone, isn lv fame. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, Attorneys - at - Law, St. Francisville,. La. ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorney - at - Law, Will practice in the courts of the 18th and 14th judicial districts. Dur ingvacation, will meet clients at the DBrton House in Bayou Sara whenever Trcqeste 1. Point CoupoD Postoffice, La W. RICHARDS PERCY, Attorney.at-Law & Notary Pubilo, ST. F'RANCISVILLE, LA. Will practice in the 13th Judicial District, 4th Circuit; Supreme and Federal Courts. Office in Bank Build. .... ..-- *-- .... . ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Law, ST. FBANCISYILLE, LA. Otffice near court houso. Will prac tice in the 13th Judicial and Federal Courts. DR. A. F. BARROW, physician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. OSee in Leake building. Telbphone .olls ...

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 March 1898

¶E -: TRUE :- DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at T. FRANOISVILLE, LOUISIANA. There are about a dozen strong resbyterian churches in London, hose membership is made up almost itirely from the working classes. The German naval department has rdered that a translation of Captain Iahan's "Influence of Sea Power in listory" be supplied to all the public Lbraries, schools and government in tittitions. At a recent lecture delivered in Tuhlhausen, Germany, a missionary tamed Eichler read extracts from a )hinese book of the eleventh century rhich present some striking points if resemblance to Dante's "Inferno." "Mexico is governed, and it is now senerally conceded that she is well ;overned, more economically than any other country," says Modern Mexico. 'The entire budget expenses of the lepublio now reach about fifty mil ion Mexican silver dollars per year, onsiderably less than it costs New cork City in gold for its govern sent." The literary death-list of the Eng ish-speaking world in 1897 incl...

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