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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 March 1898

IQ'I 1*' r t' Fd - ~~i~~~j ~ ~ Y ______________ Hvergreens in Winter. tak I the planting of lawns and pIleas- ten oue s in general there is rarely twe ,thought given to their appear- Ha in winter, and yet to those who dia in the country the year round in isa matter of no small considera- twt The proper disposition of a for handsome evergreen trees will eac Sefect a complete and pleasing at ge in the character of one's bo! udo, and give brightness and thi beer to otherwise bare and dreary hai eundings. Winter is the proper ly eto note the places where such co, Sould be most effective, and to a 1 k the spots with a stake as a guide in here to plant next spring. -New Eng- ar d Homestead. dri The Mleadows. to goy was not a profitable crop to pu ly farmers last year, and this fact as dae in part to carelessness and large acreage. Weedy meadows allowed to stand everywhere. owner of a small farm, holding field to account, was master of esituation. Where the grass was iy promising, exceptin...

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. — 5 March 1898

JOItjL OFe T:I1i PARIsTi. EAI(fl, J1M., Proprietor. )1I, DWI "LILIIWI -' $1.50. JEI) EVFIIY SATCIPhAY. the Port Office at'St. Francis La., a8 second clwie neatter. 1rli)AY,, MAR. 5th 1898. = Hyru Ti~ii~;`~tast es ýý . Ce Intme. Bold SHliORT CUTS. iveistigations of thlie M.:ie 8 S"ell till ill statu 'u,' . 1. ,"i L public 1s concerl-v. l ,;1~h jiill lll'presen inquiry is in sessiin, ,, ii.s . A, ilng l 1re not divIlgei,, 1 ; 4l i i'. lesiohns haveo lnot clt be rell Alcianuhile feling waxes Iia i nsteadi of cooli,'g. 'l'i ap )Bil pni is Ihat if it to irr ry it cal only be answered Jno V 1"* Jzio 1 a talksu spunky- She needs S Ig. E or •ember the Alamo!" became JotL .ic cry of Ilihe Texas soldiers. N II uber the Maine!" will be thlt Alex oldier.s of this country, if, UI1 A Vi itoly, this great disaster A lead to Stabr.--N. O. States. J1E 11E J F'Il ,i 1nlla:il, of the snipieme Loui of the United States, says: LP turns out to be accidental we I rejoice; if it turns out not to J Fr ci...

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. — 5 March 1898

.r,-sTribute I gEA is curable. It is not t( ngthat cases are notd d since nophysician s mde aspOCa studY for a quarter of a Dr. Miles has done. The follow )'r -aphycian will be read Fo s years prior to taking t: Ne W Beart Cure my wife was a t Ilerer from heart disease. She bad a constant flutter ing of the heart and severe palpitation and -"l pain in the left side. She took three bottles n of Dr. Miles' New Eleart Cure and was complete ly restored to health, Sand has not taken a dicine during the past two years. ;hs circumstances I cannot do bthaneCOmmend it to others." - e hdies are sold by all drug lea' llmedleare flrMt bottle der a positive guarantee first bottle " mnney ratunded. Book on Heart Sent tCO.. Elkhart, Ind. ipr aid Periodital Agercy. table ription received for the NEW _ yS TIMES-DEMOCRAT, or any 'The wsipaper or Periodical published. .gles furnished when requested. lil F. M. MUMFORD, 211 Royal Street. st: Baik Hotel. (adv.) ther _~------ GOTS paiat-e r went up Satur...

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. — 5 March 1898

BIDE YOUR TIMt. ben fortune treats you slightingly And everything goes wrong, ,memtber that you still are free ro labor and be strong. him who bravely does his part Misfortune is no crime; Ist hold your grip and kocp up heart And learn to bide your time. be surest road to greatness lies Through hard aunl patient wor':. be glorious name that never dic3 Comes not unto the shirk. ame sits upon an eminence, A pinnacle sublime; e who would win must seek her thence RtPIlv nn and iirin his time. The man of hope and onor:4y, Who keeps one goal in sight, 'Who gods his way with constancy, Will some time win the fight. The man whose life a glory londs To every age and clime, Is he whose purpose never bonds, Who works and bides his time. Go onward. O'er the future's hills The dawn falls cool and sweet. Go onwarl. He can win who wills And bows not to defeat. Go onward, though your path may lio Through calumny and slime. Thl; way will brighten by and by; Go on and bide your time. And when the fig...

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. — 5 March 1898

Amerwc as Createst _edicine Beause it does what all other "-dý failt to do. As an instance of i dl tafe and unusual curative power, ider ts e most insidious disease, and the dr te ich taints the blood of most plth podis uci incalculable suffering (p lt, whilep in others it is a latent fire bhto o' t into activity and produce h told miserY on the least provocation. alpfUla is the only ailment to which nibuman fatlly is subject, of which the eore sweeplng statement can honestly made. No, a medicine that can t meet this common ere-ay Of mankind gad repeatedly effect the wonderful cures ood'sararsaparilla has,-olearly has the rtkhtto the title of Amerlca's Greatest elsdiclnO, Be sure to get only Hoo d19 Sarsa 0 S arilla Ls old by all druggists. $1; six for $5. S act harmoniously with edt Pills ,ood's S1raparilla. 25c. Cotton, ike every other crop, needs ourishment. A fertilizer containing nitro g, phosphoric acid, and not is than 3% of actual Potash, willincrease the crop and im prove ...

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. — 5 March 1898

THE TOWERS OF SILENCE, HOW THE PARSEES OF INDIA DIS POSE OF THEIR DEAD, The District About the Towers a Ver' table Paradlse-Bodies Given Over to Vultures and the Bones Thrown Into a Central Well-Strange Burial Services. Less is known by the masses of the occident of the Zoroastrians or Parsees and their religion than of any other oriental religious community; and al though their Dakhmas, or towers of silence, at Bombay, India, have been more or less superficially described by travelers, the architectual details of these peculiar structures have rarely, if ever, appeared in a European or American publication. The most unique and impressive feature of Zoroastrian customs, says the Washington Star, is their method of disposing of the dead. According to their religion, earth, fire and water are sacred elements, useful to man kind, and hence not to be polluted in any way. They are strictly enjoined that dead bodies shall not be thrown into the sea, burned in fire nor be buried in the ear...

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. — 12 March 1898

Official JouTnal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. W, y. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1898, VOL. VII.-NO 6. l . oell, John H. Stone, as. Frae!Oille. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, Attorneys - at - Laws, St. Francisville, La. t ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorl - "at - Law, Will practice in the courts of the at 13h nadl 11th judicial districts. Dur- m ipg vacation, will meet clients at the or D0rton lhouse in Bayou Sara whenever on rcquestc ". Poi;~ Coupoe Postfflco, La 1i W. RICHARDS PERCY, el Attorney.at-Law '& Notary Pubilo, of ST. ] RANCISVILLE, LA.i Will practico ihi the 13th Judicial ti District, 4th Circuit; Supreme and i1 Federal Courts. Oflico in Bank Build. ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Law, I ST, FBANCISVILL, LA. Office near court house. Will prac. a tice in the 13th Judicial and Federal t Courts. DR. A. F. BARROW, C Physician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. Oeo. in Leake building. Telephone 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. — 12 March 1898

CONTENT, When I.Lebold how some pursue Fame, that is care's embodiment, Or fortune, whose false face looks true- - A humble home, with sweet content, Is all I ask for me and you. -" A humble home, where pigeons coo, - Whose path leads under breezy lines Of frosty-berried cedars to A rate, one mass of trumpet vines, Is all I ask for me and you. A garden which, all summer through, The roses old made redolent, And morning glories, gay of hue, And tansy, with its homely scent, Is all I ask for me and you. '.i. .. . r An orchard, that the pippins strew, From whose bruised gold thejuices spring; A vineyard, where the grapes hang blue, Wine-big and ripe for vintaging, Is all I ask for me and you. A lane, that leads to some far view Of forest and of fallow-land, Bloomed o'er with rose and meadow-rue, Each with a boo in its hot hand, Is all I ask for me and you. At morn, a pathway deep with dew, And birds to vary time and tune; At eve, a sunset avenue, And whippoorwills that haunt the moon, ...

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. — 12 March 1898

THE AFTEiRGLOW. rOh, wait for the afterglow afterglnks te aWhen the light of this life sinks low, rpt5intesky s And the long day dies ikA eye ight dies In the half-drawn sighs, 'ad thoe ktergloW. Then wait for the afterglow, o rgi foOh, wait for the afterglow t for t udS fad and go, When with hands elapsed in hand we'll go mson cloud an 6 Toward the tender west ta eaOd ful'l woest, And in perfect rest, unrest, Then wait for the afterglow. -fort Oh, wait for the afterglow tfor the rth beats slow' When the pulse of this life beats low, bn th r ht of the erth ets slo And we know so well use.lt mnst tell what it meant to tell, 'lig dden spelftrrglow In the light of the afterglow. 0iighbt of the r oGeorgia E. Bonnett, in Keokuk (Iowa) Unitarian Calendar. AFTER THIRTY YEARS _.IEN pretty Hester ter, I Warren married almor Ezra Banks, who Ho was twenty years arm a elder than she, It wa and a shy, silent was f man out of touch hills with village life, suns( everybody said sudd that she mad...

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. — 12 March 1898

'I:UE DEMOCRAT. j L L J OUR ¶AL OF THE PARISH. .I AKI:, JR., Proprietor. iE"I, ver aunnrn$.0 ,1F.1) LEV JIY SA'rt~ra't..1 it the Post- Office at St. Francis La., i seecond class nmtter. UIºUAY, lUAU. l:' 1893. of Cuugh 8yrupp. Tast~e v.n " S SNLOIRT CUTS. d iions or d1ollars to Iie pl~c·ýI I I eIitdeIIt foir naiioi a I ýhIý)is ; 2 Igly llotxc thati Illeri! ale ImI ;tilts 8II(I no 1Rej !tIiu ,i i ,tneieo6 il atquetiu ii of : a~l hulror. i nally are very L'iaielltl to sayI I rairebit, t11 Ii yet it is not lit," but rabbir, or i it hei I iabbi~t, a shrug Ite'.n, hull t e. to . 1101 whlegoupj of Eniglish is a caltf; a "Fietallano dulk" likcl sleep's tIead; a L"Nio1folk it" is a red herrinig;"Soc cock" is scruinamled eggs on anl. r toast, with a bit of Lanah. at el;iwse iii the stnfitl'ao ordi- ;' SWhichi piclemits 1r a IIH1, tn o Vot e e wife or child )wnI)5 the ºleces Amount o f p~roperty, and that:it avoring all illiterate foreigniers. j riilized pireviotis to Jan 1, 1898 11 3eltti Pe...

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. — 12 March 1898

j1 A .~I altIc i\ 'ATERLO0, IOWA. the Horror of Nervous Pros* OTbY Dr. Miles' Nervine. .0.olN does t aways ndicate . for except when under the I lQpates. For four months I suB and prayed that I mightdi5 and be at rest. One physician said I had consumption, for I had a cough that gave me no rest. But a good medicine had failed, advised me to use Dr.. Miles' Restorative n1dý thank God that it has bright ý sys, lengthened my life and saved he horrors of nervous prostration." Bemnedie are sold by all drug a positive guarantee, first bottle 1iwdr "oney refunded. Book on Heart eIdyw"gadt free to all applicants. aa.1KIS *lentheed 00. Pliert, lnds .vspapcr and Periodical Agenc., ':n~criptiin received for the NE ll' fiLBA& S fIMES-DEM1OCRII'T, or ally I: other NewSpaper or Periodical published. Gr (CatalogeS firtislllhed wlheni requested. 4:3( F. M. M3111FORD, 211 Royal Street. I _Frreit: liauk lnltel. (adv.) him ThoneTes\. W'i,. Taylor Douglas will hold 'vkies in St. Adrew's Church Li...

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. — 12 March 1898

/ A, I r 11 I, 4 4· - ~ :L~ .Jeweled Buttonholes. o: otion just shown in Paris is a tl I buttonhole, sold in graduated d for the front of bodices. Some paste, others in gold, steel and tl ysts and steel and strass are put m er. These sometimes resemble o op earrings placed horizontally r, dress; others are of a lozenge t, but all are novel. l. -- it The New Muff. new muff of velvet is verylarge, t ade with frilled ends and lined atin or silk in some bright color. htest fad is to make the sides dis- e r. For example, one side has t trro'W frills of velvet, lined with t id edged with a tiny puffing of a me bright color, overlapping one f or like the ruffles on a gown, y the other side has only one roed heading. Lace is a feature rly all the fancy muffs, and it is t Jediu a knot with a fancy buckle a side, or in frills at the ends to rer the hands. Women as Coffee Planters. !re are several women coffee ors in Hawaii, but the richest of all is Miss Wildwood, a girl of y-three. Two years...

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. — 12 March 1898

atre of intorest at the next ea cement of Boanoke College,at e eace.,on June 15, will be the galedati oof one of the five students TF rr orea now at that institution fr ionrg eSurb, who will be the first orl take the degree of bachelor w S of ts in America, or in the world. Saddtionsl interest will be given by the } peieC of the follo ,4, Corean offi S lehso have already accepted invi taliiso to be present: Prince Eui Wha, 11l thes oec.nd son of the Emperor; Prince $4 in young Whan, who represented an iYmperor at the coronation of the M r of luatia; Mr. Ye Porm Chin, ca o ia ter to the United States, and Mr. so s yfi Tom, secretary of the Corean m llation in Washington. Gov. Tyler t ·f oirglise, has also accepted an in Sstion to attend the commrncement w and the alumni dinner. al "And so you think this man Dwig- 1 sins in sincere in his advocacy of the ni ights of labor? What has given you ni ih uch faith in him?" "I've listened ce Sto three of his speeches and have yet at to bear...

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 March 1898

SNOWDRIFTS. Listen to the plaintive stories I am caught in crystal showers, Hung by moorland winds today! Feathery flakes and fairy bloom.s, Dirges ring o'er vanished glories, Winter flings her scentless flowers Love and hope have flown away. O'er her dark. unlovely tombs! Where are Summer's airy minstrels, Airy whispers float around me, Where our warblers debonair? "Trust His love and perfect rule, Can they sing one strain propheti, Though his keenest arrows smite thee Can they consolation bear ? Lo ! He giveth snow like wool." Guild of faith! What promise golder Royal touch and flashing token Nestles 'neath your drooping wing" Kingly presence here reveal, We would bear its balm unfolden Faith in Him may be unbroken, In our hearts until the Spring. Love may smile in woe or weal. Baith it, "Not a sparrow falleth By the splendor of His pathway On the dreary, dreary snows, Diamond flash in triple ray But Its cry to heaven calleth, Sure I am that He is near me, And our Heavenly Father ...

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 March 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. V. . LAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 7. jPowell, John H. Stone, t. raaoaliill, Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, MttorneyM - at - Law, 8t. Francieville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorney - at - Law, Will practice in the conrts of the 1Ith and 14th judicial districts. Dur jsnaction, will meet clients at the gjrton House in Bayou Sara whenever t eate 1. 6.'p~.. Coupoe Postofflco, La .i} W. RICHARDS PERCY, rn.Attorney.at-Law & Notary Publio, Sr. FI'ANCISVILLEr LA. Will practice i; thet 13th Judicial Diptriet, 4th Cirieit; Supreme and federal Courts. Oflice in Bank Build. s' . ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Lavw, ST. FBANOIBVILLR, LA. Office near court houseo. Will pra-e U'seein the 13th Judicial and Federal eonrts i R. A. F. BARROW, Physlcian and Surgeon, BtI Francisville, La. -OEiin Iieake building. Telephone ý-sLL siiwered from either Kil...

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 March 1898

'E . TRUE -:- DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at T. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. It is the opinion of MIr. Gladstone ad of economists who understand the )rces at work and the characteristics f the people interested, that the Inited States will be victorious in the truggle for industrial supremacy, rith England following. President Hicks, at the New York ongress of the Knights of Labor, aid: "A combination is forming with large capital, to be used for the pur ose of getting the Government to urn over to private capital our Post )mce Devartment." Fire losses in the United States last rear aggregate $110,000,000, which is )5,000,000 less than the total in 189G mnd $19,000,000 less than in 1895. 'his decrease, which is probably due ess to good luck than to improved nethods of instruction, more vigilant nspection and greater efficiency in he fire service, is happily accom ,anied by a downward tendency in he rates for insurance which means, if course, cheaper and larger protec ion for the owners o...

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 March 1898

- ýJf for roads, wil property. p S NOTES, "Third- p AD. Nistate superv the new mon p e Companies. be spent to 1 a pasee by the iichi- tage. JAW ,brequiring the turn- "Fourth in the State "to con- for the fatr costct, repair and maina- all the peopl Sroads in good repair, and fited by good teir material and in the same their prope e ase mirc 1 by their charter, and maintai e si months after the passage of If they fail to compl with En the roads are to be considered The Vede and no further toll can of the Twen a.doned them, interesting arge out between ow It Belped the Farmero and back seauty of good roads was e- was done t( ha Saturday," says the Quincy the three ci erald "when the farmers of the regime er and Ellington townships (brought fr .town with loads of hay and Dragoon G Sto tdce, and the farmers of mounts lath Satwnships had to stay at home. The Arabs toRvade and Ellington township the Walers came town via the Locust and the Hi tte lordedboulevard. The farm- old, "rath Sthe...

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 March 1898

TIIUE 1)EMOCRAT. I TALJQURN:ALOFTI11, PA rS1r. LEASIE, J V., Psopvi tor. .1ption, j'O3 LIII - - $1.50. 3Lsi:iD £"rEI:Y 5ATia)Av.%V. r·l ;A I 1 Post O)fT1f! i11 Ct. I'r1;:tcits V'URI)A., ..^.s MARon l 19:G 1893ttr. VIr1.1' 1 1 83 Bwt Curti h In twtime. , ac !btre. drw te. SHORT CUTS. as a will idgeLawrasrn is ot I, ',iIl ma111 te workers for 11poll tax. 4ay5.'. ...... _ -.+. -......-l'> 07. Hiogg tt' Texas has niedl 'lI nfiitli 5o1nl "loore.ar," A n i so noitlh ting in sensibili ty dmloes ot de- I rad e, t ho Lbe tfiathr. It lhoe lilul " h ' :'its these tendeu nie.s he will b;, 'ailiOle hog." 11il S0º jil opo;se(i 0 :1lit11 It' 1)5 Iters anl diilepulties to open; tel teis the 'hich no postage staumps hav+ witl I p)liacil, to le nil the mi't of gfll writer and avoid sending it to 13 dead letter oallo. If all would spil e. their .arunes and addresses Omt tedl' on the envelopes they use, sit lthe post oi(e d-partnII'tilnrt r tlln 'sts, no such trouiblc woi1ud ult. !othing definite ...

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 March 1898

Sadie N.~cl~P, or rl, ia3TON5 d f. Y. SOf Cpp'ms Qy Dr. ip~iles' Noarvino, Car,:, - - !Fmanly cascs of spa~fl14 St. V~tu looft", 2r'.' epdlrp5sy that Dr M!hes' lIcst~rativo X~ervh a i~ali cured,would tioe iveIs gre.,L rcr-nWJ"y wide rrepu!IL alon.~re W :e r A .. btewa'iu :, 773 Broaldw <:t~y oin~ a vi sit to frionda our 1 "'tio girl was ourfamiipplSICuan, fie 6dn( ai14ie C'ou I 4-? but failed.LWecalied `(ý r' theKs c ~asmn5 Colntiiued¶ Yr s-" he, tongue -oeanie p u~rtiniiy parrtiyzed and the doctors said Si'o would never talk slain. Night and dray we watched thIe poor utitilesufferer and tried every remedy we s advertised for such caC.5 butn got 1o re :'lief. rr'0iren giving Dr. Miles' Nervine, and after tal ingt four bottles sha vas run ,,,jlj,&bout as weli anCL happy a~ :,ver." - :Di3lie5' I erniO5d ar o ?id by all drug, ! ±under a posit.ve guarantee. first bottei beefitsO~ox>lnY refunde1'Iibook on Heart Nerves Bcet free to all apican:bts. DR. iILES i,:EDCA L CO., lkhart...

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 March 1898

"THE RIDDLE OF THINGS THAT ARE." where no man reads gs that are, the valley's heart a largest star, ,he pressure of Life is t Death is deep, on the tangled way gate of Sleep. We know that the. problcms of Sin and aI'n, And the passions that lead to crime, Are the mysteries locked from age to age In the awful vault of Time;- Yet we lift our weary feet and strive Through the mire and mist to grope And find a ledge on the mount of Faith In the morning land of Hope. -Harper's Weekly. CRUMPLED ROSELEAF. STORY OF A IIONEYMOON. 0 : rq! _Y1lXnd`ý % /\ !ý o 0 ooC 0 5 LOUDLESS skies heart; and balmy breezes new, I 1 combined to make the day an ideal a letter one. The well- rubs m known bay at She says Algiers was most a prfect delightfully still. the orun The sun glinted pines? down on the white I thoeug sails of a yacht should lying a mile or two this alwl out, making the too goof ,tor and the pretty little low tone s, set under the awning, even a iviting. It was most "No, Lrranged a deux, a...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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