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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 30 April 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feoiciana and School Board. Y, " E r ua rT C L ETI AR ,.A A P 01 , S--APRIL38VI O t w.V w. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. aid Prop ST, FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIAKA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, 3, 18. VOL I.""N 13 _:· . . .. , . . . . . . . .. . . . . , . . . ." . .. ". . . -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . el3J. lowell, John H. Stone, sl Francmlle. Olinton, La. pOWELL & STONE, ttorney - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. ..--*** ROBERT SEMPLE, i.Attorney - at - Law, ' Will practice in the conrts of the `13th and 14th juilicial districts. Dur n3vacation, will meet clients at the Darton 1house in Bayou Sara when~eg' . encsto . it Coupos Postofflce, La W. RICHARDS PIRCY, 1 Attorney.at-Law & Notary Publlo, T S. L'EANCISVILLE, iA. W+ ill practice in the, th Judioi " District, 4th Circuit; upremo T Federal Courts. Office in Bank Build. h.a ItOBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Lavw, x. PIRANCIBYrLLU, LA. Offioe near court house. Will prao. airin the 13th Judi...

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. — 30 April 1898

WHAT IS THE USE OF A SORROWFUL SONG! Oh, what is the use of a sorrowful song! The world knows enough of sadness. Cares press wearily, troubles throng, Toil is bitter and grief is long, And never is too much gladness. Oh, what is the use of a sorrowful song, When we might sing one of thanksgiving That never a soul is too deep in wrong. Though years are heavy and sin is strong, To climb to truest living! Oh, what is the use of a sorrowful strain That brings but tears and grievingl There's never a life so full of pain But hope in some corner may bud again, And bloom into sweet believing. Oh, what is the use of a sorrowful song That eases not one heart's aching! The hearts that are happiest pass it along, For mirth is heedless and joy is strong; But it bides in the heart that is breaking. -Emma C. Dowd, in the Housewife. THE SKIPPER OF' THE PHANTOM TUG. DARK-HAIRED girl was standing . on the starboard side of a cutter rigged smack. Her gaze was fixed upon a small black object that dance...

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. — 30 April 1898

S A QUERY. 4 l e? lTet why do I deplore St, an loIs checkered race My present lot? If Godso will * a. e little breathing space That I should tarry longer still oi care and strife. Need I ask more? r d lead? And It this life be sad it oor foolse little know Will death no brighter prospect bring? ý rS P'tdfool jr bitter woo Will it not lose the only sting a0 Our courses speed. It might have had? ore it so? And if to die be gain hro e struggle, fight and die, Will not.my gain be greater still ý d - __,., whence we come., or why, To leave the world with all its ill sowlesg Or whither go? And all its pain? thf life, indeed, Oh, why should I repine? ,hblhould we longer tarry here, To Him who marks the sparrow's tall .m.y .hope and doubt and fear- Shall I not leave my life, my all st o hy not be freed? Ay, even mine? -J. Bansomeo, in Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. JOEL'S PUNKIN HOOD. By SUSAN B. ROBBINS. o * T was the first really gin cold day of winter. fea There had been pos sharp winds...

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. — 30 April 1898

YIAiA DEMOJIQCRAT. '{ s '.i tion )I , JIi.Il tP roprietIor. $h1ºYrriiatiun, iU I' annum - X1.30. X:SStI.I) EVVIu:Y SATIlTIOAY.l' aC4lhe 1'ýst U lice pit .t. Francis.r j` "rrlfr, ha., us secaud v l;a s matter., "Nommewsmoffb f ap. ates ooiL iO da81b d iut k . C, Ari ''hre 11'sir O1ºes 0!1 s 11 Tit. u , ji i i t it tttlwr ll I l' ,eig}i ly V41114 .s,"'tt M3Rlfuse~ ttnl t recu 3a~t'1 oil 'ork o[." war o eil eli '215 t11i3t, cittII of t, qolk iiOCOS$Q(t~t O31~i3 t.irt,.. 1% L' I' 7'eJ4iiy sitrtii~clk 'io i Ii ftoitris ,,b III 1.iY4" e~s~io !hii' weekiI 'ritedispiendid uº 1work nor it xlets toº' theIt ~t~e, and set the .tLiwtag~ii ~aeyd it iiUtttely IJ0Eu:'01t ki, - ut ally oet 33u! ill - ati Ahlll) z1'Ilil tir ivouhi'~~.~l~l h~lo l·; hin ~o(i - Ther I·Oal. ·t a MiiA by 4IY oossl'll il il'bGV4 p 111Sie 'ltlioj awe 13;i$ ht e 1 11311x' be 6111,41 t131:1t I'. . W1stI), t'Os'tugifi 's'· l :-.boil is nlot ttý;1.tr ' : " ;,: t $ tll tl'tl tfiot, j;&t i rylo% tieexu 11 t i, ; 04 t i %ii' 1...

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. — 30 April 1898

.r ' . " . i " , 'I I i ART DISEASE is curable. "For over Sforty years," writes Daniel Myers of Two Taverns, !Pa., on Aug. 10, 1894, -~,,.rs d with heart disease. Firstaslight .giitation, gradually growing worse. Then s s o breath, sleeplessness, smother sg, ssnsltlons and much pain in the reeg.on the heart alarmed me and I consulted a 1j, Receiving no benefit I tried others and a number So remedies, spending " ,J' a large amount of money, but finally be came so bad that it was unsafe for me to leave home. i eomme.ced using Dr. Miles' Hear' Cure two years ago. For eighteen months I have been well. AlI -ough 7 years of age I can go where I wlsh snd . sloep all night and wake up as cheer tols a babo and completely rested." Dr. Miles Romedies are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle. 1 -inets or money refunded. Book on Beart M-I erves sent free t o all applicants. g . ILES L1EICALCO:, Elkhart, Inld. -- I -' .- --_._ I-- _.. . . T::ih luatchllel,' ArYIs mee...

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. — 30 April 1898

' r91f r C) ll~ o9 Graceful Form of Decoration. b Braiding in vermicelli, .French i: arabesque, Greek key, trefoil, clover, v. floral,and purely conventional devices, b appears on many of the very stylish a imported costumes,redingotes.jackets, ti and small pelerines just brought to ti view; and the new effects produced by a this graceful form of decoration arouse d quite as great a degree of admiration as if this were the initial season of its U vogue. a Dressed Youthfully at Seventy-five. Mrs. Dorothy Howard, who died at Jeffersonville, Ind., last summer, was one of the most eccentric women in the State. She was seventy-five years of age and dressed as youthfully and gayly as a girl of fifteen. At her death 2 she had one hundred and seventy-five a gowns of the finest quality, innumer able skirts, waists and other wearing a apparel. There was a large crowd at R the auction sale of her effects, and the bidding was lively to secure some of y the handsome silk gowns, which had a never...

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. — 30 April 1898

0"" criminals have been exe 1 Ove in the united kingdom since the oeion of Queen Victoria. Fabulous Wealth. ) ,calcnlablo mineral wealth" of ihend mining regions largely run by lodnte d promoted by transportation les i n too many instances really a iiThes products of industry in legitimate ISbof ente prise nearer home are far surer ., entds eeore stable rewards. No one SPou'.arded in the matter of Improved 1 whoo use re ularly Hostetter's Stom. Bitter malaria, dyspepsia, constipa. on,,biliousness, &e. I . e sometlmes wins where manl. fire sftands no show. If It Only lelped a Lifttle nldBe orthoB cents. One hour's rree. elnd heS terrible irritating itch of tetter Ir-h more than a whole box of Tetterine . Itnillcure-sure, and it's the only twwill cre. 50 cents at drug storCes, mail from J.T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ip a Pttythbtman can't di.spose of his jperienCe at Coste ilTsob Spit and Smoke Your 1.Lie Awny, ..o.it tobacco easily and forever, be mag. Sfudllo, lifo, nerve and v...

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. — 30 April 1898

LOUISIANA HAPPENINGS. STORM SWEEPS PART OF THE RED RIVER DISTRICT. Banging at Baton Rouge--Tragedy at Houma..-Llttlepago Acquitted--Patriot. Ism in Louisiana--A Fair Association Organized. Bank Clearings. The bank clearings at New Orleans for the week ending April 22nd, 1898, were $8,332,430, an increase of 22.5 per cent. over corresponding week last year. Will Close Their Stores at Seven. The principal merchants of Alex andria have agreed to close their re spective places of business at 7 o'clock p. m. from May 1 to Sept. 1, 1898, Saturdays excepted. A Severe Storm. News was received in Natchitoches 3aturday that a cyclone passed through the Spanish lake bottom, about twelve miles from that city, Friday, and did considerable damage. Hundreds of trees were torn up and a number of cabins wrecked. So far, no news of any one being seriously injured has been received. Fair Association Organized. A number of the most progressive farmers and business men of Lincoln parish held a meeting a...

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. — 7 May 1898

Officilal Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. SLAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FIJLICIANA PARISII, IA, SATURDAY, ;MAY 7, 1898. VOL. VII.--NO 14. p owell, John H. Stone,  . y'rauvoille. Clinton, La. . POWELL & STONE, Attrneys - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. .ROBERT SEMPLE, torcy Y at - Law, nt iºl ractice in the courts of the ;,,,h ad14th jualicial districts. Dur ,,-atioU, will meet clients at the Sllu 1usc in Ujay )u Sara whenever 't Couoo Postoffico, La W.RIcMARDS PERCY, .Attornoy.at.Law & Notary Publlo, rT. ]FraI:CtSViLLE, LA. ':ýFillpraciico iu thet 13th Judicial piatlrict, 4th Circtit; Buprem and : ecral R Conrts. 0lllco in BLunk Build. itOBT. C. WICKLIFFE, A&ttoruoy - at - Lawt , ST. FnANCIBVILLE, LA. oi:'ce near court house. Will prat 6~ in the 13th Judicial and Federal !'ourts. DR. A. F. BARROW, physician and Surgeon, S St. Francisville, La. O,ie n Leake building. Telephone lmatnswered from either Kilbourne's , ilamford'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. — 7 May 1898

SPIN CHEERFULLY. Spin cheerfully, Not tearfully, Though wearily you plod. Spin carefully Spin prayerfully, But leave the thread to God. The shuttle of His purpose move To carry out His own design, Seek not too soon to disapprove His work, nor yet assign Dark motives, when with silent dread You view each sombre fold; For lo, withid each darker thread, There shlnes a thread of gold. Spin cheerfully, Not tearfully, lie knows the way you plod; Spin carefully, spiu prayerfully, But leave the thread with Gol. SClit Lorlng's Net g4i or t DY JENNY WREN. Clint Loring had fallen almost asleep in his chair on that warm Sep ,embor evening. He had been bend :ng over his easel all day, and was worn out in mind and body. Painting for amusement and paint !ng to keep the wolf from the door he found to be a totally different matter. In days gone by his studio had been ,onstautly thronged, not with buyers jhe had no need to foster his genius), out with friends and admirers-those who smoked his cigars ...

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. — 7 May 1898

SROADS NOTES, maca \m\' m in Er - l a:oRad improvement taken eto the superior cheapness two c 'ods, even when made of ras paid by Captain Browne, as the loates to the Virginia time 0heds convention in 1894. In is bui of some remarks Captain bears etion of good roads comes hare eq with great force, for I that orthampton County good need to hal over, and in another n d dirt roads. I put four to e one with a mule to it, on In Sad the loads which were 000. oer the Northampton roads S266 pounds; in the other 1801 jto pounds is the universal nd t , eringproduce. In North 1 heta for load purpooses is ten 1 sa the $100, and in the other 1897 where the roads are bad, it is teen 'antson $100 worth of prop- the S js difference is owing to the their ofimproved methods, which Th ost and give much advan- stone trave j Browne's description of the out qdient in' Northampton may f interest to Kentucky farmers road .re .aebaCgling with dirt roads. orde: cody,he said, owned one road prove er,plo carts...

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. — 7 May 1898

VC, It ý i:. ý.1 t'}.ti )i 3f 1ICI A TViT ~~tef1::I~-e jt jl~ - ,~c .::i·t:: · btA'I}1)AY, MAX 4AY 7 eo ugh iiynu. ! n time. ii -rhI3I -- ty~ his May i )s v inTe aIJe" o i an ý.i. 1 ý.t=i7 Iso I LoiAt Thluid. ?Ioi'Ly 1iih lIlt'ý I ig1t1i)11111('$ (() ; t e ) Uni:, i4 third. Moll: The 1:.11 1'01-10,000 ('I 'A 1iinIJniiiL to goi to ( ies~1I Iiri Oill 5( ;IIlL CL T1huh OJICluntllq; ;t _, 0P ;c':. tO -'t~iiti ciB"IitutouiC t,, w iei `d ich\' I) Itl Iý) wicg~zh 1),.t iiLf (LiiLt , tioL t 55) e 8so) to eeliit petty oti;hl :;nd eulit ý- HIM). t - -- i--- ii: Thei1 (COhi.titttioti~tIlt c( l:tLL iVL':L Lb i t Iiiadel u it irltilii)le for ; , tL:L (LI 41teit state to s1lCUCC"L ti Iii u -I I, i t a I ill tit, -ifll w ho eati he g1 vwti t lt' i r i trA ; .ifty' eiv lt who l ):_' h s Ki'i. :10ulc ltle4 11;" nitieuly in the wai I 'a LI at Ii ; iti 11 , ,y , Ir " F 1 tii r 1111" d i rige hi t1 o glht L'i'. t'"j(1' ha ," rcoiin~t it~ut~)i4 (o~L : a1tiuL) .Ii:i. 1111 hi )t· t3o o swvec t stil, hill ...

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. — 7 May 1898

OF KINC3Tv, II. Y -'in bI / Di. M ir" " ' ? c s atsel c:sr Ct .- Astor kýa, .: t" N ir;;a alter A. - I. ~ ~inan Y ni t tI '°1 egn. Y 1 s tYS n V I)": fl' 14 tk kDr o . !, · :;rn mgor,,rftG :1 Loo [nII Ir vert~s~ fiti ' ·-1 'i ) P s~cu~de t~ Tree To all ap ricats MILED1C L CO Elkhart Ind. ~oan Ct C l",c !:rosii Cltied (iii i.'t 1 il oil mill hat; not 1,1("1 ruito i + nn , .wa11fing for molte Ii --- t e (~ tlu 5111111 Sod 'a er , ý 11- (1 SNice Candytl is' t A IbBll .1:;,ir ri'n 11 ; :Xmn1the 1 hit) .l h I P'; t'.t It afer hi ev. 1V )iiiltgii~al'IP tit'i';i t) ~all Prnim can; hj bontgl; t ; Jat l I( ti ' IiE. i'ou"\ t" wid revivct :t lIt, stf()I ~~ `b 31:1 " Vl e'tlettt h Of . i i. ' ~ ;n11 t·t Firilay, l ltongli totll. nn ! csi'r, dleniit'. -! Ci I t vr ` gdie. To I,; r nu,th't r, lrtcti(:l 'p!, tiIn(I a'i~ (\tiiuten a IJýli'Sop thyý. t.t ..aci guaran.tee. ait it;t ... *tt4hlh '! I 1 H:11 +!., t < ;` N : ! I:IN -Ia .'iisi lt C ii ~k izcx c r Mid nieing of tilivil ,) tIs. V I t"' i...

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. — 7 May 1898

BE THYSELF. 'Twas once well said, if thou be true, Unto thyself as God to you, It follows as the night the day, Thou canst not then e'er falsely play To anyone. So look you well, Let every act the truth foretell. I'roclaim to all from sea to rsea, *Let come what will, myself I'll be. Yes, be thyself, whoro'er thou art In honesty act well thy part. Choose thou to do thy heart's eommnan And fearlessly employ thy hand In building firm each friendship strong, Avoid deceit, eschew the wrong, In truthfulness make good thy name, And just and true shall be thy fame. --New Worll. g A CHECK MYSTERY. 8 0 N the whole of my long and eventful experience as a tracker of criminals there is one failing which has puzzled me more than any other thing in con nection with the men whom I have been fortunate . enough to hunt down, and that is the extreme carelessness shown by the cleverest of scoundrels. A man will plan out a crime with the utmost sub tlety and ingenuity, providing for well nigh every con...

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. — 7 May 1898

e -1 ohoelle t , trth for Kaln is a d aPa i t Hard WYork. Pand hurl work of trained me9bj Pen been mltid the subject ofI ~Clasl remonstrance by eminent medi peant .rem uonrofessi onal philanthropists. lmonl andll no|ili, bfore hie gets so had 1iolew a- u"rse or tor, to uset Hostet UDedoah: Iltters if ho has chills and tors- .p:tion, rhelllnatismn dyspopsia er, ousnss. Use it regularly. ie mul who passes around the hat does fectto contribute anything himself. Care Corns With Physic. htaswell try that as to attempt the gi1htttr Eczema, Imingworm and other care 'affections with blood medicine. nre is theonl absolutely safe and cer  thttr is ure. It's an i reied5 cents at druggists or by mail 50 s tsnamps from J. T. Shuptrine, Savan The kangaroo readily leaps from 60 to 70 feet,--- J Cheney & Co., Toledo 0.. Props., of star Cure, otTer l100 rewardt for -^c'featlal'rhb tllhatc(lnntbo cured by eaill's (atarrh ('ore. Send for testi 'n~le free. Sold by druggists, 75e. loermanently c...

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. — 7 May 1898

FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. A SUMMARY OF A WEEK'S PROCEED. INGS IN THE CAPITOL, War Declaration Passeil Both Houses and Was the Only Important Act or the Law Makers the Past Week..-Short and Ui. interesting Sessions. SENATE. MoNDAY-The senate had scarcely convened when the message of the president, urging congress to declare the existence of war between the United States and Spain, was laid before it, and was referred to the foreign rela tions committee. Consideration of the naval appropriation bill was then re sumed, the pending question being up on the amendment offered to regulate the price of armor. The bill as amend ed was passed. The bill for the bet ter organization of the line of the army of-the United States and providing for the three batallion formation was call ed up and the amendments offered by the commnittee were agreed to without division. The bill passed. At 2:55 p.m. the senate was informed that the house had passed an act declared a state of war existing between the Uni...

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. — 14 May 1898

Oficolal Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. ,y, LEAKE, Jr., Pub. ad Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA SATURDA-Y, MAY 14, 1898 VOL VIINO 15. M wJ." Powell, John H. Stone, t. Franiolvllle. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, Attorneys " at - Law, St. Francisville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorney - at - Law, Will practice in the courts of the i13thand 14th jnilicial districts. Dur- th 'jg vocation, wvill meet clients at the br inirto IIouse in Bayou Sara whenever rrqq'fe !. of Sl., Cotupe' Postofice, LaW W. RICHARDS PERCY, en Attorney.at-Law & Notary Publlo, ST. JiANCISVILLE, LA. et Will practico is the 13th Judicial th District, 4th Circuit; Supreme and th Federal Courts. Oflice in Bank Build. 8, lo. R cc ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, th Attorney - at - L~aw, W ST. FRANCISViLER, LA. Office near court house. Will pra. Y. lice in the 13th Judicial and Federal 01 Courts. .....---- b· .DR. A. F. BARROW, Physician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. I 0lce in Leake...

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. — 14 May 1898

UNDER THE STARS AND STRIPES* High on the world did our fathers of old, Under the Stars and Stripes, Blazon the name that we now must uphold, Under the Stars and Stripes. Vast in the past they have builded an arch. Over which freedom hay lighted her torch Follow it ! Follow it! Come, let us march Under the Stars and Stripes. We in whose bodies the biood of them runs, Under the Stars and Stripes, We will acquit us as sons of their sons, Under the Stars and Stripes. Ever for justice, our heel upon wrong, We in the right of our vengeance thrice strong ! Rally together ! Come tramping along .Under the Stars and Stripes. Out of our strength and a nation's great need. Under the Stars and Stripes, Heroes again as of old we shall breed, Under the Stars and Stripes. Broad to the winds he our banner unfurled, Straight in Spain's face let defiance be hurled ! God on our side, we'll battle the world Under the Star. and Stripes! -Madison Cawein in Louisville Courier Journal. ; Lucy's Lesson. , "I...

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. — 14 May 1898

LOSS AND AIN. s or all our losses /Oh. the gladness, oh, the sadness Sll That combines the mighty whole ro every gain; crosses The excessive joy and madness ..ownos foro s oseOf the unfledged human soul ! f orvry Pians and sighing, Oh, the losses and the crosses, 0 g11h1t5er, and fears Hours of pleasure, years of pain, to bittern ss~ As each frail bark onward tosses, , orever g years O'er life's tempest-ridden main I phthe P5ssing years :sorrow Every joy has sorrow in it, ao e belS aotre Every laugh is half a sigh; i-aede't tomorrow But let storms rage every minute, Sith despair. There'll be sunshine by and by. °a-d (there are loSsec 3y and by there'll be no crosses; {0 and days of strife, By and by there'll be no pain, - 1l our crosses AAnd for all our bitter losses all' end of life. There will be eternal gain. Sen -Sidney W. Mase, in Little Hock Gazette. PROVED.= WWWWFFFFFFFFFF -w - - Colelar, I'm going to aFrothingham! p }bat?" Coleman put down his news- t, bed his spectacles...

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. — 14 May 1898

'EHRF TRUE DEMOCRAT. O)FFICI AL JOURNALOF THE PARISIIH. W. W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. Subscription, per unni - - $1.50. SI'ED EVehrY SATUrIAY. Entered at the Post Office at St. Francis ville, La.. as second class matter. SATURDIAY, MAY 14 lS!8. I CS WHHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. BestCough Syrup. 'PasteoGlooo . Use in time. Solo by drnagists. :.ý wo - SHORT CUTS. The constitutional convention Sa hais low adjourned, ".igil of dyill; day is old Iliad Joe Kerr usei to say. isti [ ow lo the Iltlnagelrie ;t lat11o: Rouge, Inext week. of , lDewey lihad to bli a a'l;iral if call we had to ehanuge the law to 4econl- D) plish it. Ca There is niiothiilg like the lo' thi for figtiing blood'aftet al. tilt F Vf -- -- -.--.. - .. . The North will have the liolu's 1I share of the war eoliatniets, but tlie Manufllstu'r', Record hop.efully v points out that the nearness of the seat of war :will put Alahbauna coal e iu demandi go The Wilson Columbian issued a slpecia! Ceditioil,contaiiling a w'riteCup o1 the...

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