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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 August 1898

Does Bahy !.Thrive? If your baby is delicate and sickly and its food does not nourish it, put fifteen or twenty drops of Scott's Emulsion in its bottle three or four times a day and you will see a marked change. We have had abundant proof that they will thrive on this emulsion when other food fails to nourish them. ,It is the same with larger children that are delicate. Scott's Emulsion seems to be the element lacking in their food. Do not fail to try it if your children do not thrive. It is as useful for them in summer as in winter. Ask your doctor if this is not true. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York Rains iave lween quite genotral and hen avy daring the week. Work :, :lth , +.d1 hL v'te lhea a ' ;s 1 l':.r i et 1 ...,i: id lir f 1s -i :1 ,l ' l, , h e,anlt' ll give no good buggy and wa gon I'mods ,111l we'll slop0 begg:ng for one while. A dance, coniplimluntI1ry to the vi-it i+g young :ilies was given, Frilay n ight, at Pythianu Hall. W. B. S:iith is assisting in inakitg a ...

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. — 13 August 1898

F OOLISH QUESTIONS. Isaw a sweet younfi .'.M4' with I melt a curly-headed bot 11Hcr flrst-born at hor br a.t; Who hadl a brindle pup, "And what's the baby's nate'?" I askol "And what's yourdoggy 'name?" tasked, Of her so richly blessed. As I held the creature up. She lookted at min with pity, as if, gazed at me in wonder, and She proudly poised her head: 11, proudly cocked his head: "We ,all him l)iwey, sir, of course," "I all him Dewey. sir, of course," In tendlr tones she said. lie pityingly said. I mwt a dainty little girl I stopped bhside a rustic stile, Who led a kitten bye a string, And heard a milkmaid sing a song; Awl as I stroked her hIla, I askoel: "And what's your bossy's name?" I asked "What do you call the pretty thing'?" The lassie as she came along. oShe Iokd at mm with whil blue yes, She lookr I at me in mild surprise, And as he went her way, And as she strode away, "1I all rmy kitten DIewey. sir," "Why, Dewey is her name, of course," I hvard her sweetly say. I heard...

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. — 13 August 1898

o,' sweat and fret, but keep cool and p' good's Sarsaparilla. This is good daieo, as you will find if you follow it. ovied as arsarilla is a first-class sum gooed'icle, be,,ausa e it is so good for ser tomae, s c ooliug to the blood, Ihb st°,'l to, the whole body. Make no mistake, but get only Hood's Sarsa 0 s parilla America's Greatest Medicine. cure Liver Ills; easy to - PilS t , easy to operate. nted States Legation in Berlin. The United States government has Dee otnquiring through the proper banel as to the cost of purchasing or .ating its own buildings for the em les and legations and several of the urge consulates-general in Europe. It _e as tonish many to learn that Ber as found the most expensive cap ju in the world, so far as the cost of ea estate and of buildings was con -erned. The only really suitable build 1 found there for the purpose would =t $800,000 The Russian embassy 1 'ding in Berlin, which is located Uster den Linden, and which is, in a veritable palace, so spa...

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. — 13 August 1898

OUR TERMIS ACCEPTED. SPAIN'S QUEEN REGENT HAS APPROVED THE DECISION OE THE MINISTRY, A Cessation of Hostilities May Oocur in a Few Days, and Then Will Come the Work of Establishing a New Form of Govern. ment for Porto Rico and the Islands. Until after the meeting of the cabi net council which was set for 10 o'clock this morning, says an Associ ated Press dispatch Sunday from Ma drid, it will be impossible to know ac curately the text of Spain's answer to the American peace terms. From a well informed source it is learned, however, that while the an swer does not discuss the four bases which the United States makes an es sential preliminary to peace and which Spain accepts without reservation, it points out that in order to avoid the definite negotiations being in any way complicated by incidents of the war, it is expedient to agree beforehand to a suspension of hostilities. It is reported that Duke Almodavar do Rio, the minister of foreign affairs, and Monsignor Merry del Val, Span ...

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. — 20 August 1898

-O Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. , . LEAKE, J., Pib). and Prop ST. FRCISVILLE, WEST FJILICIANA PARISH, LA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 29 W. W. LU E Jr. mub, •a d P o m. . . .. .. .. ........ . . . ...... ..... _ .._ . . , _... i oLOl ..--~-r LATE . powell, John H. Stone, r. yr'anoiville. Clinton, La. poWELL & STONE, col. ttorneys - at - Law, Lo. cDi 9t, Francisville, La. tOBERT SEMPLE, t - .at - Law, NA ~tori rigue Will prttic, in the conrts of the died h, ld i t judicial districts. Dur- prob ,:lio, will meet clients at the ish. t Iliousc in Bayou Sara whenevert ien note ihor ý" ~Rodt of, Coupco Postoffice, La DR. A. F. BARROW, urds druz ysIcian and Surgeon, hon St. Francisville, La. a kn in Leake building. Telephone arre answered from either Kilbourne's won gaunmford's drug stores. pita tOBT. C. WICKLIFFE, T the ttorney at - I awv dhe ST. FRANoISVILLU, LA. mei ode Oilce near court house. Will prao- bra in the 13th Judicial...

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. — 20 August 1898

THE -:- TRUE DEMOCRAT. Pablished Weekly at ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The dynamite eriii:er Veuiviul has proved true to her name. She breathcs forth ruin and desolation at will. It would be a joke on Englandl if it was to carry this talk of a friendlly alliance with the United St te.s to a point where Canada would conclude that it wanted to be annexed. Our trade with Eastern Asia, conti nental and island, consists chiefly in simple articles such as semi-barbarous nations produce on the one hand and use on the other. We sell China, mineral oil, cotton cloth and wheat. We sell the East Indies mineral oil. To the more civilized natives on the Pacific we sell our iron and steel man ufactures. Japan, since it has as sumed a place among civilized powers, buys iron and steel manufactures. from us and so does Australasia. The lesson is that it is directly for the in terest of our manufacturers and ex porters that Oriental countries shall become civilized. The more civilized they are the m...

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. — 20 August 1898

oLAC VOLUNTEERS. ,EWILLARD'S COMPANY THE MOST FORTUNATE IN THE SERVICE. tilcaIl patriotisman of Virginia's Richest selIajised a Fine Body of Men in His .sjtioe County-They (let Double Pay Oftothe Philippinec--Fitted Uniforms. "The richest Ifln in Virginia" is igof the most patriotic of the sons tlhe Old Dominion. His company iolunteers is probably the most for pgle in the entire service of the na ,a. The men are to have a place in army that is to invade the Phil pies, owing to the influence of their ,tain; they have been provided with Iorms at the expense of their cap -in; their pay is double that of the other volunteers, and they will have tra care in the event of wounds or kness. When . the first call for troops was made there was no man ore eager to respondl than Joseph Willard, a me:nber of the Virginia islatnre, a lawyer in active practice F-airfax Courthouse, and the son of a founder of Willard's hotel, for ilfa century the leading hostelry of .e snational capital. He offere...

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. — 20 August 1898

lti¢"EI) I) 'VERY ,At'I'IA Y. Eintered at the PI' Onice at St. l'r:ncis. iihI, I.a., as,cstonti cl;ais ul::tter. .A UR1 - HEI)AY, AUG. 201 BDet Cough Sfrup. Ta.tea(~ou4. WbS in tim. gol by d &#tu. FOR CONGRESA. We an anthorized to n:uneonn COL. •S.\MUEL M. ROIIERTI'SON as a candidate 'nor CongrºCss frrn the Sixth Coungression. al 1)istrict of Louisiana, aihject to the action of he )Democratic party. SHORT CUTS. t"NSlt re abhors a VaCmilln" was the reply of a physician to the in. quiry of one wishing to know the cause of a rush of blood to the head. The English press is warmly ad. vocating the extension of the pen sly post, not only to all her colon. ies, but to the United States. Since site stampt act broke the tie between England and this country, why slsuldM not another celment it I Liclquid air presents surprising pos sibilities as a uiedicinte. A Russian physician, in experimenting with it, placed a dog in a room with the tomperat're lowered, as stated in Londin Engineeri...

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. — 20 August 1898

Ar Are yur checks hollow and your Is your ppite? Pi poor and your di stion weak? Is your flesh soft and have you lost in weight? These ane symptoms of aania or poor blood. They are just as frequent la t6e summer as in the winter. And you can be cufed at one time just as well as another. SoOtt's Emulsion of co liver oil 'with ypo phosphies will certainly yobuV.. Almost evotZ ca take it, and it w'll not dsturb the weakest atom t chaga the ht color d p' poolood to a halthy and ridh ,t. It courish s thc braiivna wcr to the nermv it no Syou old wrelgt ,and t - All Druggsts. '00,. and Ii soWrr1 & owns, Ch"iiti New York. Some hail Ibell i': the rainstorn of Thur. daiy afternoon. It it now decided to hill thie new thllrch ind p:irl I'O:I iC. o ti s;rie lot. .liss Sarah s,.leltiger bN s now omploy ,ia;t rlr: leshetr's desk at .1. F'reyhan los,. Stern hasIMnoveliinto his new state intilding in lower St. 'ratndilville, and looks alrendy at home therein. If we went to ahorror prt'ty, had r...

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. — 20 August 1898

CHILDREN'S COLUMN, Her Papa. My papa's all dressed up to-day, He never looked so fine, I thought when I llrst looked at him My papa wasn't mine. He's got a beautiful new suit The old one was so old It's blue, with buttons, oh. so bright I guess they must be gold. And papa's sort p' glad and sort 0' sad-I wonder why? And ev'ry time she looks at him It makes my mamma cry. Who's 'ncle Sam? My papa says That hie belongs to him, But papa's joklng, 'cause he knows My uncle s name is Jim. My papa just belongs to me And mamma. And I guess The folks are blind who cannot see IIls buttons marked U. 8. U. 8. spells L's. He's ours-and yet My mamma can't help cry, And papa tries to smile at me And can't-I wonder why? -Mary Norton Bradford, In Boston Globe. Tose, Blird and Brook. "I will not give away my per fume," said the rosebud, holding its pink petals tightly wrapped in their tiny green case. The other roses bloomed in splendor, and those who enjoyed their fragranuce exclaimed at their beauty...

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. — 20 August 1898

Warm Weather 1,koes is iquickly overcome by the to0ivg and blo)od enriching qualities of good's 5ars~al'lrilla. This great medi ine cures that tired feeling almost as quickly as the sun dispels the morning mist. It also cures pimples, boils, salt rheum, scrofula and all other troubles originating in bad, impure blood. Hood' Sarsa 0 S aril la .erica's (ireat(st Medicine. $1; six for $5. H ild cure biiliousrness, indigestion. Tejas cunover 1I,(MxI'O(O00, feet of lumber annually. Beauty Is Blood Ieep. Clean blood mleans a clean skin. No be-utYwithout it. Ca;rscare.ts, Candly (Cathar lean your bloo' ant keep it clean, 1 C thC lz liver an driving all im. I-,esfrom the' body. Begin to-day to tr-.h-inlles', horils, blotches., blackheads, od that sickly bilions complexion by taking erets.beauty for ten cents. All drug sae"tisfaction guaranteed, 10i, tc, 50c. 'he British houses of parliament cover 9 a and corntain l 2Eaportments, lorty per cent. of the heat of an ordinary re goes up the chim...

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. — 20 August 1898

LAST SHELL DID DAMAGE HAVANA BATTERIES GET THE RANGE AND FIRE ON COMMODORE HOWELL. Did Not Know the War Was Over and a Ten-Inch Shell Strikes the San Fran cisco, Doing Considerable Damage--The American Vessels Had to Pull for Safety. KEY WEST, FLA.-The flag-ship San Francisco, the monitor Miantonomoh and the auxiliary yacht Sylvia were fired on by the Havana battery shortly before 5 o'clock Friday morning. One ten or twelve-inch shell struck the San Francisco's stern, as she turned to get out of range, and tore a hole about a foot in diameter, completely wrecking Commodore Howell's quarters and smashing his book-case to fragments. Nobody was injured, and being under orders not to attack the batteries, the ships retreated as fast as their engines would carry them. The flagship and the Sylvia lay par allel to each other not more than a mile from Morro Castle and separated from each other by a distance of be tween three-eights and one-quarter of a mile. The Miantonomoh lay about three-...

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. — 27 August 1898

STIRUE DEMOCRAT' Offlclal Journal at the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. 1LEAE, Jr,, Pub, and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FLLICIANA PARIISII, LA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1898. VOL. VII---NO 30. oioaaflat Qraxb5. d John H. Stone, UN "I.Iýlla Clinton, La. WELL & STONE, I e.s . at - Law, St. Fraucisville, La. s ROBERT SEMPLE, ey at - Law, .t, fir practice in the courts of the Co d 14th judlicial districts. Dur- du on, will meect clients at the an cuse in BIayou Sara whenever Coupce Postoffico, La ki tr. bR. A. F. BARROW, af clan and Surgeon, o St. Francisville, La. Leakse building. Telephone ared from either Kilbourne's o d's drug stores. T Sbe mT. C. WICKLIFFE, y rnoy . at - La w, f. 1BRANCISVILLl, LA. near court house. Will pres. g the 18th Judicial and Federal C ic W. RICHARDS PERCY, .y,at.Law & Notary Publlo, S¶. FBANCISVILLE, LA. practice in the 13th Judicial 4th Circnit; Snpreiae and i (lourts. Oflice in Bank Bunild, M. PLITT, and Confectioner, 'p. FtRACIlSVILLE, ...

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. — 27 August 1898

THE -:- TRUE :. DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at BT. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The Vesuvins has a dangerous cough, bit it is of a kind that worries the other fellow. 'iinglandh will not have her custom ary nlaval review this year. She ldoubt less feels that America is presentini 5a soelntwhat more ilmpressive exhibi tion in the sane lino. American lumber exports are of the increase is sliwn by returns fox the last two years. During 189: the value of lumber exports was $30,0010, 000, during 1890 33,000,0(00, and fo 1897 there was an increase of 20 pei cent., bringing the total up to $40, 000,000. Kaiser Wilhelm is inventing a new mitrailleuse to knock over a whole reg iment at one fire whenever it come: within range. After lie has inventet a new bicycle saddle he can sit dowi like Alexander and weep that, ii the fields of ingenuity, at any rate, there are no more worlds left for him tc conquier. The first railroad in Sweden wa opened in 1855, and the country ha now in pIroportion to its ...

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. — 27 August 1898

I AND GARDEN d 5wg Land to Clover. sown to wheat should be t S If but one season's blQoreb expected, this short C abis iobe be worth quadruple the C e seedl. A clover sod of one eeo.his mAch superior to tble only for plowing under c t pi, _ - a Tufted Pansies,. uy is a species of violet-vi- t orSomethirty years ago s tal' crossed a pottish nurserymen crossed a violet nf Scotland, violet 3 with a garden pansy, and Se mult was a beautiful hybrid. spies of wild violet were sub- 1 Stried,pantilthe distinct race, 5 tufted )pansies, was pro L[eehan's Monthly. uttla Orchards From Frosts, tet orchards and gardens t ,0s, have plenty of "suudges" i e., piles of sawdust or t teriaBl that will give much I ,then one hour after sunset, if 1 a1soed dry, sky clear and the ýtue under forty-five degrees, I qi aet nine o'clock and if thir- 1 itdegres or less, watch closely, thirty-five degrees is registered e smudges at once. and ResultP From the Garden. eaes not re 1uire an expert to ob- 1 sod result...

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. — 27 August 1898

THE TRUE 1)DEMOCRAT. )PPICIALJOURjiAIOF TIlE P'AR ISIIL ýlIhseriptioii, }i+'r I lltitit - »1. P0. !1~$J Ev:y~~ S~tVIt~.lAY. Iitictltd nI thlie PIost ()flte r' St. F'raiiui.i 13ATt'IWAY, AUG. 27 Is9. Best 'og Cyu. Iastes, (4ol. Usep =btimllp Pold ! Sr. !Ht4 bydrggst, FORt Co::i;ii.q:. We me :oithirizcd to :tiiioiitco ('(IL. (4.X1 I 'hEI. 1t. ittoIii;Irr1'ON :i.a eauig1i~late, for (,on~dress frotiniih Sixtl CIi I' (.iitgt.ni action of the ID)eniocratic l:intyi. k I LiItGIIIINi as a cLnltEid:,te t~o Iai [toadt jvet to Itlhe action of tIn' I t':o' cr~dtie pa sty. SHOUT CUTS. SpaIt iII lIns eaeie ''il p ilopeita "wi lls ~IM, mint! it looks ats if we've ciaught ter. "1tha '~;foIo~ls these~i %Wutieli be" one !i*i tove tIt) to~ l. pt zitphe whe htiilear tiug of thbe silly hitil who asikedI ai kiss frLo IFubsoI,. 'TIhe B. B1.. tldvocatiej eXpresses its opinrion~ tha~t 7)UIuissolll will not rlut tit)! (Jontig ci!X againin Itoberl son. Alldt we thinik llcitl~tP ivill Judtge TFhomnptsont of St....

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. — 27 August 1898

; '.1 ' # 4!1' Are rc your hc:Oi and your Is your appeti e' poor and your di giestion weak? Is ) your flesh soft t S and have you lost ;i in weight? These are symptcoms cf anemia or poor blood. They are just as frequent in the summer as in thE winter. And you can be cured at one time just as well as another. Scoft's Emur lsion i i~Ir Sof ccd lier oil 'with h ;- - .phop'i es will certainly help you. Almost everyone can take it, and it will not disturb the weakest stom It changes the light color of poi blood to a healthy and rich ,. It nourishes the brain ; gives awt to the nerves. It brins k your old weight and strengt. All Druggists. mOc. tnl R1. Sen & Bo'wSE, Chemi:ts, New York. V \." . t l. I 'Ite ý tutl ni st a l '. iifl \' ' ; Il lin t r l':1 1 6 vI c t~ct , .110: di II! n i , h V 1 k Ii~ itii iir !i ;1I`5\ t : r. ,'l :II'i`n .iI I '1 "1m I !'. V :! t i ts lone ': IuII)) m I n:iv, ciml .- 1t' 11 lto. Ll(iii iii th "pnp r- ; b l , '/.. s :: 11 mithir o II,;' m em I I. )'i h 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. — 27 August 1898

ONE SOLDIER DEAD. A fair young mother calmly read, Oh, happy mother, do you know While one ihand rokedl the -rradle bed T'hat not so many years ago Wherein her first-born slept raway That soidier was a baby, too, The twilight of a sumnmer lay. ith farce as sweet and eyes as blue She carelesslyv the paIler turnled As those within yon eradi there? Till "Latest War News'' sihe' dis'errnedl; And knew a mother's tender care, "Our Iloss was ;rmall,"' dispatches sail - Who now must sit alone and weep "A skirmish, and one soldlior dead." Itrrouse he wakes not from his sleep? They troubled not to give his namne, And other tiousandls also said: ; Or o'en tihe troop fromn which he ciame; "Only a private soldier dead," For who, rejoicing in surCess, Withouit ai passing tihouiKght that be Cares if there be one private leas? lighit one of nature's nobles be, Only a soldier lying there, Or that tie words that line contained With blood upon his sunny hair, Worrld wreck a life that yet remained, Wit...

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. — 27 August 1898

yOUS reope p uerers and they deserve sym Ither than censure. Their blood 1 nd thin aud their nterves are con aib Sueh people find rellet l kds Sarsaparilla because it gl enrichs the blood and gives t fed, "trengthen and sustain If you are nervous and can take good's Sarsaparilla and sere strengthtening power. is Sarsaparilla E -Greatest-edirle. $1; six for $5 c p0 Scure al liver ills. 2) ceUts. TOy ABOUT SCHLEY. t Eminent Naval Officer Got lis First Command. f (ommodonre chley got his first is an munsing episode in his aeer. After leaving the Niag ,as prolmptly prmniot{dl to a cv and assigned as executive of one of the ninety-day gun tbe Owasco of the Gulf squad ger commanding otficer-hie Sof no consequence, andti he is was a devotee of John Bar sad periodically had to retire cabin, where he usually week. The Owasco was stn p Mobile, and was one of a sqadron of which Captain Mien of the Richmond was se- 1 r. 1 ya quartermaster of the Rich reported to Captainl Allen that ia's gig of ...

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. — 27 August 1898

A MANIFI('ENT PARADE. THE V CTORIOUS IRONCLADS PASS IN REV;EN AT NEW YORK. iunllsreid's of Tho'allndsll of Specrtators Welcoce the Large Vessels of the Amer 1an11 Iieet.. Tremeindsour s Ovatlon (iven the Returning HIeroes. NI Y :K. llllllrH s p of tfllctlunLlid8 of pe'ople alstig the banks of the lInd! 55ll, 11and1 tlhou15amds of all styles of river (icraft Illoulldedl their sihoutisit ill a royal wts'lsli'u te tilthe retllrln Niorth Atljn tlc' r Ina b(4, 1111der c('nun111aud of (tear Asnlirls S11111 'mt155I, adI1 aV hue 11an Au gust dlay hli1s H is e desired w1as na (i1re's trilslt to the rtt11 of the vie toIs. Fr( i almost three ssolii 111rs stl':ll ni R lijtles of all si515, 5te'lllm hironsll1 1111 511l1111 1115 11011;{ the 141ha1res llhriekedl 1(1 lsssolfnesl inll tile eftlJrt tss diýla'1y tilie heartiest ClitulllHiltiul for till. homli'-s'ssmillig of the naval 1ieroes 51ith their 1att le-s'arreil ships. I'arly sat'iluay mu(Sorling the seven Lig ships -the New York, Iowa, Indi ;...

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