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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 April 1898

-- STRENGTH 1803, millic MERICANS READY TO Th FOR THE FLAG. read, H FORI T there  l l tCoree of the eyes rL i Xyme of War--The sV ,  .sed and Unorganizedl riF,- of Great Interest. yt.tve years, says the New part QUO; of the fied duties of mine oneof War has been to lay be ii '-,a - every year, on or be- posti StMonday of February, an parti o the returns of the Adju- Tran of the several States, posii he actual strength of the or- next ilitia, and the estimated trati f men unorganized but avail- and -ý ýý91Ce from iaot. duty has just been The j From the War Depart- tion e we compile two tables O o teirest to every patriotic siss The first shows the or- T. ilitary strength of the dif- F Ste8 of the Union: r Ofcers. Men. Total. pict . ...252 2,236 2,438 4...... 224 1,798 2,020 ......... ..299 8.610 3,903 E .......... 81 975 1,056 croT ",.....*..*...187 2,552 2,739 ~ t.... 7 411 458 ............. 94 1,040 1,131 "'" ~.9..90 8,151 4,450 seel ....... 40 463 503 ..." ..421 5,839 6,260 ...

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 April 1898

TF~V l1Ul t ý DMOC RAT. W. W. LEAIzE, JL., Propv~iort. ýlu~jgcciptiuzI. Ijer aauuutiu - - ; (.i). ýn tred at I :ust *'t e0 fl] T. riict . ýýA~i tj Ui)A 1", A l'1;. 9 .159.4. UR H ALL wtE AILS. Best Cough brrv. T~te3 Go' d. Uee in time. tole h!b ruggIstý. 0 s O - - Fort St. Philip, near the moth of the Misi.si.ipli is to he eqnilljd with several hnln ed Illoua:,il pounds of war maiterial of the iosti wa wrinidabtlc clelnlrctct. 1t ] eefc atll \\'olfso:, t: e I loh at ': of It). the Union Naliontal tLtank have been ifll lound gai!ty ;is charged, labut the ehl iformer hls Iten rIe:olumetnded to it ithe Imericy of the (.couirt. nli T- he world loses nothing by the ;iL passing of ru iliAn oul Ithe ih Oionlst. h 'hie i lfluen e souclih miiei is pesti ferons. OUtnii~ibly warring with p, evil, Ithey d o so becauseii. the stir rinlug up of its ionl oi tclis is llpleasant 1 to their' intril. 'l'The "i''idols" Branii endealvored to brecak tlown were l really what are most men's highest its i...

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 April 1898

Ciiý tick~ jer ý" rPit' "ýk ov"urvflp or Ci~ Ik lteslit with gratil of timber fiomn _ to",, tito iai k i. a !CS thiek o n r a 3u1 i t ! 5jl~ll wclW~lS wyide i 0side oh ' i~'i 4, t lo . B01 nlt by 4tl feiat t pod free from doket s, (itt fioxur tetes 1Sincbsc and uP i size;: sap Ufd i jjsrk left til. k WePey the Freight. -ý Jrita t0 ,l rORf 11 CO.. r S~t (a 4' N'e w fO i the , xJ A~ ~ F M. MUaMFORU,~jCtIAgit 1 11RyiI~ street ril~r ereirr ''lcic rl lo!' t'he `'1;!l: JRLd-y11· 1l/)lE'-1iM: 'or ai~c Z ,itbrr t'wspuPper (II' Jeri ad ea·l' hn'lliiltered. Cyipllubny y fuTn:'. d huren'It . i 3,:5(21 Fresal street. Ru yi ,y 'rrsh iCrrdenl aasd I"'toK er 4 eeuI Al ýuliforc:ds Lirug Store. 'lus9tcs WaII a light ft tis, tedtlo.sd~ty -iuarpiig. - ý . 1 " ~)g (.Clear "'i30oll0- e $ W:a i Mr. . ,,,5 Stock. It A. lij8;S & BUlo., to 1 912 Per.diil st., New Orleans, La. do s --- ioi sdaWRater at Plettltger's, lower 115 a Frincitiville. fron 'tcx A aew roof ha:s t been put over tihe drain- Text ia...

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 April 1898

iILL ANTHONY," MARINE. -iI .- - --i e II 1 Captain Sigabee was writing a letter to his wife in the cabin when the osion occurred on the Maine. All the lights were instantly extinguished. bee was thrown out and ran into William Anthony, a marine, who, despite ashrieks, groans, flames and bursting shells, stood at "attention," gravely ted and said in an even voice: "Sir, I have to inform you that the ship has been blown up and is king." Then he waited for orders. T , The next day Anthony said to Sylvester Scovel when spoken to about his duct: "Oh, that's nothing; any Yankee marine would do it." Anthony has served the United States in the army and navy for twenty our years. . When above the rwful din rose the sailors' voices shrieking. "Help! help! For God's sake help us, ere we sink into the sea I" When the light from bursting shells showed the decks with blood were reeking, At "attention" stood Bill Anthony, with courage bold and free. Straight and cool as on parade, from the danger...

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 April 1898

'I DILL ANTHONY,. MARINE. / Captain Sigsbee was writing a letter to his wife in the cabin when the explosion occurred on the Maine. All the lights were instantly extinguished. Blgsbee was thrown out and ran into William Anthony, a marine, who, despite the shrieks, groans, flames and bursting shells, stood at "attention," gravely i saluted and said in an even voice: "Sir, I have to inform you that the ship has been blown up and is slinking." Then he waited for orders. The next day Anthony said to Sylvester Scovel when spoken to about his conduct: "Oh, that's nothing; any Yankee marine would do it." Anthony has served the United States in the army and navy for twenty four years. When above the r.wful din rose the sailors' voices shrieking . "Help! help! For God's sake help us, ere we sink into the seal" When the light from bursting shells showed the deeks with blood were reeking, JAt "attention" stood Bill Anthony, with courage bold and free. Straight and cool as on parade, from the 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. — 9 April 1898

a5s a Norelgn Sound. t A. 1ite-.Does your daughter rena"i fluentlyiow? . own- ell, she speaks somo gra. B ,ro ,1 it doesn't sound at ie nglh, 'o perhaps it may be 0 .Somerville Journal. reat~cnevoicnces. lel rge cities of the United States th il ,ofthe metropolitan poor is con dýn amellorated by the grand be til r ne- y p..l. <1 Sanitary re ie freque1ntly suggested and carried are tness and intelligence. Among trd esiorius those producesl by Hostet. f .,tters . in dyspeptic stomach, liver bowels or nervous system Sc conspicuous. erman has invented a self-rocking ist ----- ----tain purely a Local Disease. ta ais local disease and needs local frui The Irritated diseaso(l skin must ohed smoo-thed and healed. No use have d elIf and ruin your stomach just sub deYofan itchlng eruption. Tettorine iq  e and certain cure for Tt slov oolY ,in-worm and other skin troub. dlra Aall~npa' or by mail for 50cents in sJ.T..huptrine, Savannah, Ga. gool 1 _1p --J.----. r Y '= ltever rains N...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 April 1898

DISASTROUS CREVASSE. DVER FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE RE PORTED DROWNED. rue Ohio River Breaks Out Its Banks and Causes Much Loss to Lifo and Property ---Shawneetown Almost Destroyed--Rail way and Telegraphic News Shut off. At 6 o'clock Monday afternoon the levee at Shawnee, Ill., broke a mile above the town and it is learned that a great part of the plac' has been de stroyed, and that, perhaps, a large number of citizens have been drowned. Shawneetown is seventy-five miles below Evansville on the Ohio river. It is situated in a valley of extremely low land. with hills skirting it in the rear and with a 25 foot levee in front running from hill to hill. The town is very much in the position of i forti fied city, and when the levee gave way a mile above town under the pressure of the very high river the water shot through a 20-foot opening and struck the place like a hurricane, sweeping everything before it. Houses were turned and tossed about like boxse. The people were not warned of the bre...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 April 1898
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 April 1898

S*-TUE. DEMOC RAT Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. . Jr, Pub. ad Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDIAY, APRIL 16, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 11. John H. Stone, SranJ villle. Clinton, La. poWELL & STONE, ttorneY - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, tto at - Law, AttorneY ill practice in the courts of the ,3Lh and 14th ju!ieial districts. Dar iaStiation, will meet clientf at the o,1House in Bayou Sara whenvewr requeste I. ' t aCopo Postofflcc , La W, RICHARDS PERCY, Attorney.at-Law & Notary Publlo, ST. iIA:ANCISVILLE, LA. Will prlactice is the 13th Judicia pitrict, 4th Circuit; Supreme any oeral Courts. Office in Bank Build HOBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Law ST. FRAIiOISVTLLE, LA. Offce near court hloso. Will prar in the 13th Judicial and Federi Qiurt& DR. A. F. BARROW, physician and Surgeor St. Francisville, La. 01.0 in Leake building. Telephol lbs answered from either Kilbourni w Mumford's drug stores. S...

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 April 1898

KINDLY WORDS, A spark may to a fire grow, A friend upon his dying bed And so another heart may glow Has fell asleep, and you have said From one kind word you've said. So many kindly words. Upon life's field some have been sla'n But have you, when the road was hard, By those who from their hearts disdain And he seemed drifting from his God, To say a kindly word. Said any kindly words? -Adolph A. Kuester, in Now York Tribune. IN THE NAME OF THE LAW. e By BELLE MOSES, S • 0 • • • • S 00 ELL, Miss Doris, I've come for my answer; how's it to be?" Doris viewed the intruder with ill- suppressed dis favor. He was a tall, loosely strung individual, whose bare pres enco seemed to fill every nook and corner of her rath er cramped quarters, and although he only stood carelessly against the open door, he hid from sight the imposing shingle, "Doris Woodford, Attorney. at-Law," which was that young wom an's especial pride. "Come in, Mr. Watt," she said resignedly; thankful at last that the swingin...

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 April 1898

t'4,. (dlI Shoppylig Tour tu a tlWheel. [ One of the common sights in Lon- the lo 1 n smartest shopping districts now- is tl i-Visi that of a woman cyclist at- this eleded on her shopping tour by a page, bilil Solioon a bicycle, wearing the regula- girl Sion.costume of tall hat cockade and a adv ple!itude of buttons. ligh '. Odd Place For a Sign. .:A woman who is a member of the sun fosehold Economic Association and not "; ,equently has advanced ideas about Jeri ;.j;lomestic science, has begun a reform e i' her household by having a sign ui 'i reads "No Thoughfare" nailed tha 'h over the outside of the kitchen lin :oor,-New York World. and ; atches Return. Patches are now worn by New York stn beauties not only on the face but on att the neck. As yet they are only cut attI Square, but in time the fair necks and at I faces will be decorated with hearts, tioi 11iamonds and other devices, and every ni .ghio woman will carry her enameled hg] or jeweled patch-box, as they did in flo the...

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 April 1898

STRUE DEMOGR*AT.I ICIALJOURNALOF THE PAR ISII. .W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. blecription, per annum - $1.50. IssUE Pi EvERY SATU'rDAY. tered at the Post OffieC at St. Francis. ville, La., as second class matter. 4ATURH)AY, APR. 6 1898. Tastes Good. Use !o thie. ola by druggistas. SHORT CUTS. The cruel wrll began with a free T; ght between Congressmeli. been , , been Foraker's speech wats more lke only caIIlino I io I tire I The ordilnane creatiig a railroad Coi .Olmissioni has plassed the consti- from atiomnl conivention by a vote of 83 1is. o 46. _Tlie governlnllllr has purillnsest ug he trans-allantiic liners, St. Patul , nd St. Lduls, and tihe BrazilLian gret cruiser, Nictheroy. 'West Feliciano has been givenl by the eonstituthi)nil coinvention the another irepresenitative in the Legis ktitre. She is entitled to two, and will now have them. " It is one of Time's revo'ges that fui Fitzhugh Lee, one ot the relreen- lil tatives of the Lost Cause, is pre. lIl aips the most popular mas...

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 April 1898

o r dhits oak o -eronp or cow oak pr, s"plit with grain of timber from rttobark, 6 inches thick on heart ilpa nd 5inches wide inside of sup 1y feet long. Bolts must be straight le f[rom defects, cut from trees lj5ncbCs and up in size; sap and srk left; on._ _ 0L . ry the Fre(l i 4" toa to EOfMEIN CO., gO Graviert., tNew Orleans taper and Periodical Agency. tion rereived for the NEW  J f IES-DEIMOCRA T, or niy erwspaper or Periodical published. f5logue furnished when requested. p' I. M1. UMFORD, 211 Royal Street. 'gsl Fresh Garden and Flower Seeds it lumford'e Drug Store. lre was light frost, Vednesday SJlA1D.DMll1E CVPREJS CISTERN gshlou cistern, $15 Warranted t . ý2  Clear a " $26 iry , " $a 5 Stock. A. ltIGOS & 111RO., 912 Perdido st,, New Orleans, La. SdaWater at Pletthiger's, lower ,nrnciville. c IApw roof has been put over tlte drain aacbine in Bayou Sara: JIAtLING DONE. Os aeont of hard tioes. I will from i4to Jal 29, 18 -8 any kind l sber for 50 c :.:usmand, or dIr= l...

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 April 1898

THE SLEEPY'TIME. IlboM , dear! the stars are blinking, The sleepy moon is low, The little winds among the leaver Have all forgot to blow; Come, dear, and say good nightl God keep you all the nightl Good night! Gay words for waking, Brave words for noon are best, But loving words for the sleepy-time When the moon is low in the west. God keep you all the night! Sweet dreams! Good night! good night! -Bertha E. Brewer, in Youth's Companion. OoQoO ooooo o o j GOING'TO 8 BOARDING SCHOOL. S BY HELENr FORREST GRAVES. HE tall, scarlet - dahlias nodded in the September breeze; the o ld watch-dog lay f asleep in the bland, yellow sunshine in front of the stone sun-dial; and the l ate-bloonting Noisette roses, that garlanded the veranda columns, flung a subtle perfume on the air at Cedar Lodge, while in the great drawing room ("saloon," Miss Dorothea Brabazon persisted in calling it, as her mother had called it before her) the tide of argument raged hotly. And all about little Myrtle Mono gram!...

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 April 1898

oblem of life is a deep one oe find a solution?" "Go t.,-Life. ook a L uajl Ahead. tilens are even now beginning to tbilities involved in the next tllectbilon. The papers are full of ~ ing gossip and venture predictions ee future which are somewhat too self st-dL Butit is fe to say that a syste s5 dLBOfiostetter's Stomach Bitters e-elth in the malarious, bilious, ,t costive or nervous.  ood hd not died young there eaei iotof cranky old people on earth. Three Good Things. weM good things about Tetterine, besides geot, good fact that it cures, are that Iolets1 harmless and has no bad odor, eonly sure cure for Tetter, Ringworm, ms. Cures them all so they stay cured. ttrhow long you have had them. 50 es abox at druggists, or by mail for jcash or stamps from J. T Shrup. ,avnnah, Ga, remade from frog skins are the latest ;o Cure Constipation Forevr. absarots Candy Cathartio 100 or 456 p falfil to cure. druggists refund money. ~searthe French consumed over 20,000 botobaceo. Catarrh Can...

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 April 1898

LOUISIANA HAPPENINGS. INTERESTING HAPPENINGS OVER THE COMMONWEALTH. State National Guards...-King's Daughters Meet in the Crescent City-.-Three Hun dred Mules for the Spanish Army De tained. Postoflice Moved. The postmaster general has ordered that the postoffice at Morgan City, La., be changed from its present site to the H. M. Young building. Bank Clearings. New Orleans Bank clearings for last week were $6,521,780. a decrease of 9.9 per cent as compared with the cor responding week of last year. Against Passes. The constitutional convention by a vote of 71 to 41, has passed to the third reading a measure rendering any state official liable to impeachment who receives a pass from any railroad with in the state of Louisiana. Encapo From a Burning Ja'l. The small wooden town jail at Pat terson, La., was fired Friday night by a colored prisoner, temporarily con fined therein. The building was to tally destroyed and the prisoners nar rowly escaped cremation. No other buildings were inj...

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 April 1898

___ TRUE ,<EM ay/ ý C y AT: Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. , . LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 12. J. powell, John H. Stone, St. Pranoivlle. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, jttorneys . at - Law, St. Francisville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, AttorlllcY tt - Law, Will practice in the conrts of the 1Sthsud 14th jnllcial districts. Dur a..Vcftion, will meet clients at the Jion ouse in Bayou Sara whenever . iq,,ste '. W. RICHARDS PERCY, orney.at-Law &. Notary Public, : r S. ]BACIsvILLEs , LA. Willpractico i thli 13th Judicial tinct, 4th Cir.nit; Supreme and i'eral Courts. Of1ice in Bank Build. t- ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, =-Attorney - at - Law, ST, PRANCI8VTILLE, LA. fice near court house. Will prac -iiin the 13th Judicial and Federal DR. A. F. BARROW, Iphysician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. ee in Leake building. Telephone oble answered from either Kilbourne's g IUmford's ...

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 April 1898

AT TWILIGHT. Was it so long? It seems so brief a while Since this still hour between the day and dark y Was lightened by a little fellow's smile; Sincee we were wont to mark The sunset's crimson dim to gold, to gray, Content to know that, though he loved to roam Care-free among the comrades of his play, Twilight would lead him home. A year ago! The well-remembered hail Of happy-hearted children on the green We hear to-night, and see the suneet pale, The distant hills between: C But when the busy feet shall homeward turn, When little wearied heads shall seek for rest, Where shall you find the weight for which I you yearn, Ab, tender mother-breast? Dear lips, that in the twilight hushed and dim ] Lulled him with murmured fantasies of song; Dear slender arms, that safely sheltered him, The empty years are longl The night's caressing wind moves babbling on, And all the whispered gossip of the firs Is busy with his name who now is gone My little lad and hers! But if we so, with eager eye...

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 April 1898

uba s thing which is al away a ust when its wife wants'to y t it. ' The only way a man can get the of a woman who wants him, is to 1hry herL The Twentieth Century. , tnticthcent'ury will begin on Jan. Bt'' vth "Dj. People did not be i, and e freom A. D.i, but waited -'recko -u':e'ii~lh ,ear of the Christian pp froieabou begin to take the great Speop.' • Hostetter's Stomach Bit- 1.r edibately after the tir~t jreak of 11a, .malaria '~. e riheumPsm, consti pa posn, ~o kidr trouble will data t 3I Simmnediately from them. 11 youth is worth more than riches and far- 1n oiabined, --- WnEIs. GAn . le Savin obtained a box of T'ET TE INN inlet & Wright, of Louisville, G;a.. o.tfenr &na ca se of itching pile of l (nac usedon l ina spent$ ') for different iodsof rendies and the ski 1 of ldoctors all nsof ree ntilla ,ot 'TET'T ERINE. I am l r Aell " 'ccPt thanks' V. 1 "I.\. ,. " ,y mail for 15') in stamps by J. T. Shup- ), tripe, Savaunah, a.o '0oloafer respects the rights of...

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 April 1898

TWO VOICES. A Southern Volunteer. His NTorthern Brother. Yes, Sir, I fought with Stonewall, Just make it two, old fellow, And faced the fight with Lee; I want to stand once more But it this here Union goes to war, Beneath the old flag with you Make one moro gun for me! As in the days of yore I didn't shrink from Sherman Our fathers stood together As he galloped to the sea; And fought on land and sea But if this here Union goes to war The battles flierce that made us . Make one more gun for mel A nation of the free. I was with 'em at Manassas- I whipped you down at Vicksburg, The bully boys in Gray; You licked me at Bull Run; I heard the thunderers roarin' On many a field we struggled, Round Stonewall Jackson's way, When neither victory won. And many a time this sword of mino You wore the gray of Southland, Has blazed the route for Lee; I wore the Northern blue; But if tills old Nation goes to war, Like men we did our duty Make one more sword for mel When screaming bullets flew. I'm ...

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