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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 14 May 1898

mder W. Tenns on a OF BUFKIN, IND., of the reat Benefits rved Froi Dr, Miles' Heart re. :-RT DIJSEAcE of long standing Is votesIiY cured, but it 13 CURABLE. _ der lWm. Tennison writes: "I was for tbirtl-flve years with heart di life; I think it heredi tary as my father was r. afflicted with it. I have suffered great distress, my heart palpitated to such an extent as to shake my whole body. ot distressing was it I could only with great Mtly compose myself tosleep. About -- ars ago I ben t-1:i-g )Dr. Miles' Cure. The first bottle gave nie no tbenefit, but after taking the ibegn to feel muci relief and I con torsomemontu I have good rea to believe the cure is permanent. Miiei' Reedies are sold by all drug 5u der a positive gu a rantee, first bottle S 9sor Jaone y refunei d. Book on heart ei naeres sent irec to ai nppli'ants. iS F M1EDICAL CO.,.Elkhart, Ind. 1'.11-4 A ritthrlglnn ti e' l ItI1i nl's ro' eals It h at 1rscorn has ieecnt piantlcl this year than 111)(1 .jt.r Fresh CardeI ...

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. — 14 May 1898

l~rl ea'sUP-I /fl fe y strivings of a few, by promises to do, by one or two.so e with our work to tell, h of us must labor well. pa little, do not shirk. pry little helps work.ne t ugh discouragement may greetyoi, d bygh defeat may often meet you, bymust still be true. fr e wish our work to tell, h of us must labor well. -Sacred little, do not shieart Review. lture Drawn Without work. ands are usually inclined to think fr an artist without hands would be surd and useless as a watchman " ut eyes. But an Englishman d John Carter, who was a help aralytic, having only the use of ead, was an artist of world-wide n ation. urteen years before his death Carter's neck was dislocated by a e and he retained only the use of head and shoulders. During all i long years that he lay in this ess condition Mr. Carter drew res with a pencil that he clasped een his lips, his sketching board g propped up close to his face. C finished many of his sketches in a ink, using a fine brush which he apulated wi...

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. — 14 May 1898

t commit suicide; its a crime punisha ith imprisonment. The Death Rate. Wila itis quite true that the proportion of a b ts mmalaria as an immediate cause teortionallY small as cited in annual -p s arttatistics. yet physicians are thor rurinnced that it causes maladies of racterV and begets dangerous norv ralctl.rT his malady is eradicated ptat . ostetter's Stomach Bitters also ncures biliousness, constipation, -tis-and dyspepsia. Whe isit that all the rogues manage to get to the other political party. What I, Tetterine? fl fragrant unctuous ointment of great iCol s fheal ng power. It is good for ngworm, Eczema and roughness of tP.n'"l used will positively cure even aand itching at onc orstofr chronic cases. 51 cents at a store or by mail for 5) cents in stamps. j., Shoptrine, Savannah, Ga. n('t think because a man is a policeman theisalways looking for trouble. DeautY Is Blood Deep. dean blood means a clean skin. No eaty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar- whi< "ilCan your bloo...

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. — 14 May 1898

FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. SOME IMPORTANT MEASURES WERE T PASSED. Post Office Appropriation Bill Passes the si Senate---Income Tax Bill Discussed-..No re More Appropriations for Rural Free De. at livery..-Short But Active Sessions. on SENATE. MoNDAY-Several war measures were cl passed by the senate today. Probably tli the most important one was the emer- tl gency war deficiency, bill, carrying at $35,720,945. The passage of a bill ti1 providing for the enlistment of a vol- pl unteer brigade of engineers, and of m 10,000 men in the South who are im- to mune to yellow (ever was secured. Si These enlistments are to be in addi- fl, tion to those provided for in the pres- at ident's call for 125,000 volunteers. The senate, at 4 o'clock, under the or- ni der previously made, adjourned until ki Wednesday. it WEDNEBDAY--Quite unexpectedly a hb sharp debate was precipitated in the at senate today on the income tax propo- T aition. The resolution proposing an CiJ amendment to the constitution of t...

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. — 21 May 1898

~J:P` :i· ,· ·.'-.* .t" i-·i· r %-~-;~·v .... r-. I_ t i i-;L -·-*·r· :i ~·· r 1 it `Z'" '~ '"i~' r!·;1.,3a (· b· " ·'~ r? 'J· '.?k;,: ~" P- · · -.· 4 ·,r;~`Z r .···. - ·-· "~ -· ·Llr .. 1.1 ~-· ;Ci· ;r 'i . I I I~,' ~I 'll·-J ·· `L g.rC n '·: 5, .·...-; r : ,.· -· ·* rC- ·: ···;2; " ·~· ·~:~r ~Lld .. -i~i ~l~cr··:: y ~9 ..·-· ~· -si,: : · · - · · · . · r . -- · · . · · · t·4.i :.. i Omelet Journ·l d the Pari~h a~ We~t C~llcldna dnd' ~ohobl Bdard. ~1 '" i~f ·~,· C ~. SI . ..Y. .. ~·Pr;li-.-i i.· I:,f e c ~a~ a,, Pob. anQ Prop ST. ~BNCISYnI~, war FELICL~NA Pb~HLASIII[IRDdY, MBY 21, ISSP.NO: ~;6 :: f. dJ Powell, John H. Stone, t. irannolaifllb. Clinton, I. ,.., OWELL & STONE, Attorneys - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. R: OBERT SEMPLE, ;A:ttorney - at - Law, Will practice in the conrts of the 15i'lth and 14thjudicial districts. Dur 3i tdgvctliow, will meet clients at the ,riton ouse in Bayou Sara whenever to i. : CoupeO Postofco. La W. RICHARDS PERCY, Attorney.at-Law &8 Notar...

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. — 21 May 1898

-HE: TRIUE :- DEMOCRAT, S' Published Weekly at ST. FBANOISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Ofioal eeo atee indicate that the farmers of Kansas will plant more than 400,000 trees during the present spring. _-.-_ . "Just come aboard from the Maine, sirl" was the simple formula by which Master-at-Arms Load announced to the officer of the deck of the receiving ship Vermont, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, his own arrival and that of four of his shipmates who bad escaped from the wreck of the Maine in Havana harbor. Men of action are men of 'few words. Sailors are generally tender-hearted men, but in the navy little time is expended on outward expression of sentiment. Reports are brief and orders are stern. It is a hard, though not necessarily a hardening, life. 'The prevailing low prices at which corn has sold for several years past has led to the advocacy of a plan for a national exhibition of corn products, combined with practical demonstra tions of the various ways in which corn can be prepared for huma...

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. — 21 May 1898

j- THE PRIMROSE SELLER. s fa I face, l He threw her a crown and kisses his hand, I.tood In the market-place, He was the noblest in the laud. stoo 'A penny a bunch, who'll buy?" arimroses, He doffed his plume to her lovely face, s, poa ho'll buy? And left her there In the market-place, ~ pies pale primroses, Singing: l Poo who'll buy?" "Fresh posies, pale primroses, y' his Arabel steed, A penny a bunch, who'll buy? aml liehebecked his speed. Sweet spring posies, pale Drimroses, 'st , who'll buy?" A penny a bunch, who'll buy?" ' -MIarguorlte Merington in Ladies' Home Journal.. :HEROINE OF FORT HENRY. " Dy ELIZABETH LANE. 'V`. )W come with me, Burr and together let us fire enter a wilderness riso fort, at a period told when our great Re- so s public was in its of t infancy - at a Seve period when the rusi heroes of the Amer- men lean Revolution ing were in the very thre 'heat of strife, do- bloc . .ing those brave may and noble deeds thei nght their names down 0 ith immortal renown. co...

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. — 21 May 1898

ThRUE DYEMOCLA T. PP IL JO11NA'L OF THE PA1.I i. ". ý'W . ýLFnEAKT JIl., Pr·opr!ctor. . 8Idttseriptiou, per nnau - - $l.tO. Issi; ru EviERY SA1'TIUR.DY. Etntered3 :t the Post Off'(le ac S. Francis. 1. ille·, La., AN Sconld class ma1:tter. -7 7 k;A'VURAYMAY 21 IS893. ALL M rAILS, Thst Cotg Syrup. 'lna GcsOJ.DsU In M w~e. Idrc bjsrdra:^I°, i"·m~~~IS~~ r SIIOIUET CUih. T HJi1;(l'isI fleet kiiowM Wli'e! e to tin ouirs, if it 'ratlya~ f ight. a :ºl!t:lrl(1-l,1va ( - I' fle g1amie thIeI10 t lauirsh fleet is liy.ty -~--.- A~b·Q----II - --- --- "e. c-- -- tt I ft h en g o v e ili iiio u t e v e r in t e lit1 '; 1 0i~ll ,L t 1 1 i s ( tl t 1 1 : i ) . si kl~y ies(ILu0 enu is nit, is crnitlu3Il. º Peaceful blº,ek.1dcs ýeeni1 to be £- 11(3ii llin tIl II!War1. bMore og~4l('. c c live rncra>.uies woolhi sooner leod to s+ :ite Cahllo, ($~ueisi 11) hlas iw(:1 acitl~llredl iii itteanptiiig to in i thle tlock~kac at M aihII.a i)cwety itwaits troops hJck;1re h lakes i fathet r , ress'uiv'O titeps....

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. — 21 May 1898

- ·~.i-, -~~srrs DAIIVIL ILL Ig fv est achý Ourcd byi v,3 T froe R a;: v Helrin . gy, ffiies' Vil `Ytoý!I1K ,44. t ý7 F1ý)1,1CiIEý are the beI of Go!::?2tn'S lifa" Freci;;lntly relieved but E~e~idint F'p"""ently C!"Cd. th ultiimate rc 'ýyentlnucaln:;ie~~':a~lRi T:n ttt, : vilt. 11 s y' i ln'r.: "I cffnuat ,,!i to oiS te:*tililony of ea·Le CeCt" thaRt I ant roll and stroug. agou3~ I bad s\: I lni :tler c ' '1e D nctbil,° w s de.:"pta tety norVous 4\) anGd could not 5le1p Other comp1~lications "ý .5 pecuiar to my se:: so ,n au~i oalr physician .Icrt :. c:lled another c~in con 7i suE1 sitattion. Th-~Y de fi ftr~8 9 ceded I balci ousutnT ` , S1 cn::fZ Ped taliill Dr. mirontce iiervi~ne ;:rd the seFcond ta ilE~d the fir.t b,,,,,, i 'eor s 'fl -r ,"I inof that D Ian we aes , s jroug. yearsoI ad0 at1 my life. *r l ndre sa.d bY alctl slEe " .de: 'J 1j i'PC gCuaranre. first m ottly e :`ets or one d refunded, v i on Il-art *ivjirt ret .ll C!nnaedtiiu- Ltr. Di RetOH 1 N'EDIC CO.. aii hart, Ic ...

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. — 21 May 1898

FOOD. ROADS NOTES, p ap A System of Military Highways. An elaborate system of good high- t sys for Pennsylvania is proposed by B rthur Kirk, of Sharpsburg, Penn. | the constitution of that State says th r'there shall be no State debt created fry xcept for military purposes," he pro oses that the State create a complete Re system of military roads, which shall raverse the State from east to west parallel lines forty miles apart, and { In like manner from north to south. tb heae military highways are not to ti f tilize old roads, but are to be laid m put new under the most expert super- th Iision; be constructed in the best di jmanner; have no grade greater than di three per cent., no matter what grad- rc Ing may be required, and to be from T forty to sixty feet wide. It The whole charge of building and g paintaining these military highways Is to be in the hands of the Secretary a pf Internal Affairs, who is to have s1 three competent civil engineers as his bounsellors. All applicant...

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. — 21 May 1898

is not only a source of heat and bJt storehouse of colors, med- Fr berfumes and explosives. .. of gas tar in a ton of coal to 20o distinct shades of aniline adr e de. W atnveler can now go around the lJd in 50 days. 51o SotbetO mniserly that you are afraid to er DO.tyour own expense. *~5 - 1wne-nS . -' tal rei Fnashioabhle ResRtaurants. o tion hias been mooted over and ý thber the engrafting of French ca ishesupon the bills of fareo of sti 0 Clam of American restaurants is th Cniprovement. Many pretend sB inr troduction our cooking vi ," barbaric. This is an open ques ib of fare presents attractions D tbu tihy. like the bilious, WE ons with weak kidnevs, wl SHostetter's Stomach Bitters. lai attdoesnet its meals regular- n aesotl nmn. b cL-- -a-- th Comfort Costs 60 Cents. K$ n aggravatlUg,..agonizing Tettor, di $1.bJgwmorm and. ll other itching skin a quickly cured by the use of Tet It s Ioohing,, cooling, healing. ts saboxe, post paid--brings com. eiue.) Address J. T. Shuptrine, Sa...

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. — 21 May 1898

THE WAR SITUATION. DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN TOO LIBERAL WITH INFORMATION The News Given to the Press Will Here after Be Curtailed---Havana Blockade Modifled..-Blanco Almost Ammunition less..-Manila Troops to Stay Six Months. TO CURTAIL THE NEWS. An order posted Monday morning and signed by Secretary Long, relative to the publication of news emanating from the navy department, had the ef feet to-day of considerably curtailing the supply of information that hereto fore has been rather freely given out. The secretary's order was directed to Captain Crowninshield, chief of the navigation bureau, and he, in turn gave it effect by making an order in his own name that no person connected with his bureau in any capacity should have any conversation whatever on subjects in any way pertaining to the navy with representatives of the pweps. As an offset it was ordered that balle tins of such facts as have actually occur red and are proper for publication and not connected with existing or projected ...

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. — 28 May 1898

jj '-- ,· mire ,.  ,  -'  --~· ; :T'-' ':. ,i.. . - . . i Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. LEIKEIr., Pb. andProp ý PST FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICLANA PARISH, LA., SATURD,*Y, MAY 28, 1898. VOL. VII,-NO 17 S.-- uJ.Powell, J ohn . Stone, frt, ]rolnvile. Clinton, La. rPOWELL & STONE, yo - at * Law, SFrancisville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, ney - at - Law, 2iil practice in the courts bf the ihd d14th judicial districts. Dur =' ction, will meet clients at the i hIIouse in Bayou Sara whenever lCunpoe Postofflco. La I -RICHARDS PERCY, ne.at.Law & Notary Public, 1 Br. 'RANCISVILLE, LA. AtilIpractice i thte 13th Judicial t. 4th Circuit; Supreme and 1 Courts. Office in Bank Build. lOSBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Ktortney - at - , L 'w, S 1:-:1. IFANOIYVIL, LA. near court house. Will pr.o rthe 13th Judicial and Federal bi.R. A. F. BARROW, Iclan and Surgeon, . St. Francisville, La. .TLeake building. Telephone ered from either Kilbourne's ord's drug stores. POWELL, D.D...

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. — 28 May 1898

I :- TRUE DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at ST. FRAONISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Turkey and Greece are the only An European countries into which the A telephone has not been introduced. Sweden has the largest number of *, telephones per capit.i of all countries " in the world, having one to every 115 " persons, and Switzerland comes next, " with one to every 123. _________ -Fox It V In Liverpool, with its nine public pioi baths and eighteen sheltered swim- thei ming pools, anly one may take a sea- me` water bath at any season. In one of aro these establishments, especially for gro boys, as many as 16,000 sometimes It v bathed in a week. Public bathing- gos establishments are to be found in 200 insl e~gties of England and Wales,and Glas- aes gow is said to have more bath-houses A than any city in the world. ter aSl The Chicago Record says: "The the regulation of the railways presents a chi serious problem for this country, and the one that must be face:l. The declara- lefI tion of Mr. Adams (of ...

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. — 28 May 1898

Cilde's clum D murmu stoppe you sei wise Of I wo h"ave e her ba I sa g pretty Sung Corner. about leg whenI am done with play, anmm 40Ma pl stahing ll away the Z jpAs nicely s be. s y bed, along the wall, the 'rPt Amy lae that holds them all; outsid And t belongs to me. the e (Mob my little cupboard there Eleph i hl it with my pretty ware men, Of oblna and of tin. along y littletable there t spread quiet, pui Ad nugly tuck them in. turbin the fe dthen my rocking chair I bring Sbox o shels, and everything small And pile my books with care, up he ji~tatbe end I build of blocks look c Aate where every stranger knocks, phant And stand a soldier there. a Ma .a;- n It's night, and I'm in bed, aroun sp *imesI just peek out my head to b( A little bit, and hark; u'iben my soldier calls to me him, psuggle down and sleep while he her k 5 swatching in the dark. raised -Now York Herald. gave audt A Horse With Spectacles. the c Among the wonders of Surrey, a him a b~rb of London, is a horse tha...

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. — 28 May 1898

-- -- Ti1I TRUE IDEMOCJRAT. io':AI.OFTIFEPAiRfSQ. 'W W. LEAriE, JR., I'ropiletor. sulbscription, per :uiliuin - w.;iO. j¶i U'F.n El E'1R .VIURAu.Y. tLIt(re d:Lt tie 1'o 4s OFiicu ati St i"'aucis. 'il, Ui., Y IAt:co Y 28class 1a~tt8. .,'AI'G~1)AY 31 Y 281898 VI Best Cough Syrup. 'Taste Good. Use It tlino. Boil by druggists. 0i1IRT CUTS. 'Tho Presidloint hais at hilt; seet lit troops ailtl suplles to DeDvt-y, to; ----"--a .----`. ._ all lThe war tas h1;111g- tire i;i (Col1. edi grýss beclii.+e tie oiuse and `y. a ate cannot agree, a Prerhlent Nd' inley h11-4 issiled R", "!sotline Cca for 73;000 ,ore v'olun. in Ilbtlhschild Bros. of St. Luiius have iN U.l;80 1110 00d LIM eoul ra.. t from Elie gov. •lrltlnelnt, to furnish ll hats for the 0i a y:. . l Ot "----.-~--  --i -.i - ,Sp.'itl tried .to L work';alribcL 1 . gane to bribe Cunl, by ptromises of indlependence, if the Ishliderrs will help Ilght Amtri.m. The attempt ' proved an utter failure. We are taking orders for any of the Ra...

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. — 28 May 1898

a .elfits RecIved From Dr. 1ites' fiEW HEART CURE. .n o EART DIEAS3 is curable. It is not s -urprising that all cases, are not C a~red, since no physician has ~~de ieiar; a special study for a quarter of a aetnr, Dr. Miles has done. The follow as.lrbute from a physician will be read ..-interest, "'cr six years prior to taking --ile. ,' ~ Heart Cure my wife was a l suberer from hcat diseose. Sho had a constast 'utter y r " ii; of the heart and severe palpitation and pain in the left side. " She took 'three botties of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and was comnlete q( ;ly roetored To heaith, and has not taken a of medicine during the past two years. sor teso ciirCumstances I cannot do rijse than -recemmend it to othets" frlendsi1p, Y.. WI. SOOTI , M. D. r pr, llis' Remedies are sold by all drug UlniuCddr a positive guarantee fint bottle 'Uoefts or niony refunded. Boo): on float "4,jTryes sent free to all applicants. v: .Jb,,u MI !;E "' r, CO., Elkhart, Ind Qai 1iar fI~ jtcit Inls Wits :...

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. — 28 May 1898

g"- may ask himself and study to very -" great advantage. Some of these he may answer pretty satisfactorily from h:s individual experiments only. Don't conclude that since the govern ment has established experiment sta .tions there is no need of farmers mak ` - ing experimeIt~. The statioins make experiments to establisehgeteel-priU Growing Early Squa h. It is not so generally known as it t ought to be that squashes may be procured several weeks earlier than is possible in th'e open ground by plant ing the seed in an inverted sod and putting it in a holb d until the seed germinates. Then take it out and set the young plant in the open ground t where it is to perfect its fruit, enclos ing it with a box, which should be covered with a heavy mat at night to exclude the cold. In this way the squash may be advanced several weeks in readiness for market, and will sell for enough higher prices to make the experiment highly profitable. Kohirabli. One of the vegetables which every farmer sho...

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. — 28 May 1898

Satiious public: bne tsuuru (,lpentyofive cents for that 1 .- ose der best I can do, 1fissI -ose.eonl hand hats vos hard girl of I Yo: U hid no idea how many inteligi o u vet von't buy nodings literary dervae Ic "In t hi ar is affording t n -keýfor people to brush up ther Sht gre dge of geography." Cumso-- plained lr.oawDker--"It is. Only yes- limbs. i procketts discovered that worse. Sgoads weren't good for cy- takentl n erper s Bazar. ally refor that thll S ever poses as a reformer ad a her mi ------like St. r Amerleaa Policy in.for of this country regarding for i 'eensl!kely to remain I 9 e Monroe doctrine, accord eeTti, o , of our leading politic lgbustanLedl, but patience and pru S artersi will restrain the ex o 1 gaquopinion, The wisest and Slifor the rheumat and euase Hostetter's Stomach ai 8 flso cures kidney complaint ' man show his wife more cour than at home?--Chicago Datly A Beautifai Skin the chief reqlsitos of fin attractive Pink o sough, dry, scaly patches. lit r ...

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. — 28 May 1898

ENGLAND IN MOURNING. HON. WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE PEACE FULLY PASSES AWAY. The Greatest Statesman of the Century Is Dead.--Messages of Condolence Were Received from Almost Every Govern. ment...His Last Word Was "Amen." Though the news of Mr. Gladstone's t death, which occurred at 5 o'clock t, Thursday, spread rapidly, it was the tolling of the Hawarden church bell which carried the sad tidings to every sorrowing home in the vicinity of Ha- P, warden castle. The family was summoned owing to the preceptible sinking notice by the medical watchers. From that time until Mr. Gladstone peacefully passed C, away no one left the death chamber. The only absentee was little Dorothy Drew, who had tearfully complained en that her grandfather did not recognize her. he Even in that hour of agony kindly Ci thoughts for others were not wanting. The old coachman, who had been un able to be present when the servants Ui bade farewell to the dying man, was fo1 summoned and remained to the end. At 8:20 a. m...

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