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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 3 September 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. , EAKKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 31. CLOUDS IN FAR EAST Ti LOW AND ENGLAND AND CHINA MAY soON BE FGHTING. --- ki has Become Suddenly Acute-- . Ambassatdor in China Makes a \ .od,.Big Naval Demonstration a Waters. ,.-The Pekin correspondent ii paily Mail says: situation has suddenly become The relations between the i.]Yamen and Sir Claude Mc- ti the British ambassador, are to the point of rupture. Sir IV ieDonald has intimated that ti by China to observe Great gwishes will be accepted as a upport of Sir Claude MeDon- tl fleet has been concentratedl at 1 ,Wai and Han-Kow, and all " ips under 5,0(10 tons have bilized in the Yang-Tse river. al demonstration is solely di gainst China, as it is semi- ti stated that the existing rela Russia are cordial. Lord 0 has abandoned the policy of s .door, substituting for it a of spheres of influeuce...

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. — 3 September 1898

THE -:- TRUE DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. At this distance it lookf as though Spain is sufferilng from a s:er;"us inm pediment in her pocketbook. The flag factories of the United Etates find it implossible to keep up1, with their orders. This evidence of accentuated patriotis.,n cannot be very encouraging to Spain. The Austrian goverl,:',nut has en larged the boundlari.es of Vien an to such an extent that thile etr;polita:a area is now half as large as London, twice as large as Paris and three times larger than Berlin. It is sail that a big tradle in Ameri can bicycles s ill soon be opened up in China. Au American bicycle which sells for $100) here brings :225 in Chi nese silver. As tlhe average China man makes frii 21) to 25 (,cats a day it would be iaatere.ting to know how long it will take lhima to save enough money to buy a bicycle. Naval experts are not going to see so many disputed qluestions settled in the "'Yanko-Spanko'' war as they hoped. What...

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. — 3 September 1898

I DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA. I t '' hetlls. ym r sw' etest e ;nes; gpg glo it' , C. . h,,t rl h'm,..: g t uall 'i. e rw , In tr n ttst praise; I bout iim' ', ., i! , j iost ra:.s, a iioie No , ill liar Ia S rg, f o r F r e , ,l ' ro , I l i ] t o t ,i f st n a choIrný, hi , millli strong, bat ll i n., rin; . Ironm a it) :.a, t . ,lln  f harmon,'y I ihall h, whose t ricas true dau, htters. " are l)"1, I ravt ln I tre , "N fair the r ,I, ai l whit, an t 1 l), TA t i the nai, S , ors ris., t hit n their ,e': , an 1 brows, and eyes, wr ehlnen "i- "rrot lt tL ratith 8b Th n I gIii' ulon their Ianne rs. dol rt,,hI,a tI o moll nt in rert; Fom l th , a nd i ti 1,,lt eaill tl . li st a n st Tem artilt brl I t n l-, ea te u l and, wer -om , a blI, lOi11: Inldeni n:nig, ` ,t ,ehherin'; w)r1, fronl su,.h a mouth, "I .ns ,~ ' dau ',gter of the south! nd l'e rai n h a nty a rest, STra ghter of the Thames. i t ,. . 'e 4),l " V n ev r fu lle r. iThe t n tnlrt asi ta-t t ihal stap I h oe a cit,.ee ...

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. — 3 September 1898

Iý r )06/ýIFteJ(Ybf.:_.ý'+t.ýCý r."S+ ()Fi.IIAA JOCUINAI, QET1 PA U;IA~SHI. ~1,1 i. 1JA Ki lj, if It., I'P )i~At r4 i, )1 1:1- 1 1Krn e crcd at tI c 1'u: 1 I ia :at St. F"':iii iN C~i' i t$I: MLS.· Beet (`o'.h :1yrul. T;.r:c·. C 'u t,. U10 e - e .-it ANNOU1N 'EMi'L\ 1 "Wc are w: horized to aniloutnce C('(L. .\11'4.IEL J1. I(I tlL WT.-';(N ,, a c amini dat, Iir" (.'iuiogre ro tfilt Sixth (ioug'c.,oiou - SDi stlrict of Louisia,ea, suhi ecL to theI Oat:n of0 the Demiocratic party. FU')l[ lt I I OA!) CO \lrfsO NElI. Wae a'1a:itorizcd to anniunce 1,. P. KILI(,' UNE :s a canldidtite for Railroadi Con(' ,inisio er for the Second Dii.'trict sub ject to Ihe latiion of hlie i)elmocratic partIy. SHORT CUTS. IThe writer of TIerl'se, wh'o dEu bs himseilf a poet, doubtl ess does so for the if torinationI of the public. The heirs of S s l nlie, uoit to Now Orleans have donated ;50 ,)0i) to the Fisk Lilrary tho interest oni whIich is to be iused for the llurchaise li of books inll ineloy of the ide...

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. — 3 September 1898

A hAre your cheeks hollow and your Slips white? SIs your appetite p oor and your di gestion weak? Is S your flesh soft S and have you lost in weight? These are symptoms of nc or poor blood. aT just as frequent rivesummer as in the rito And you can be Aw t one time just as uI as another. Scott's Emulsion of cod l ver oil 'with hypo posp s will certainly pyou. Almosteveryone ctakl it, and it will not dhturb the weakest stom fr r the light color of cM blood to a healthy and rich i souries the brain; iv n to the ncrs. It bins your ol wehgtand mIcngt AU Druggists. aoc. and $t. '7~_7, --_.L-P1S-·~ --- -- S - e chlnigo in advertismLIeut of "'Yi;i _L" Fee' is no w $10.00. AOotler 1;arg wa'ehouse is building. at 4-6od mill. Mrs. T5dlock has put her yard fence in - jIe rep:air. The Parish Democratic Execnuive Coln aitees meets to-dahy at the Qoourt lioune, t li . at. The work train was over, thii., week, pttitg certain parts of t.h road in shape. .Misses Amelia and Firedia; Stern gave thiir...

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. — 3 September 1898

CHILOREN'S COLUMN, Jack's Point of View. His little sister pouted: "I think it was a shame For you to get the scolding When you were not to blame. Why didn't some one toll them The truth about the ball - That Freddy Fearing threw it, And it wasn't you at all? But that's the way it always Is; It's just the same old song When any mischief happens - It's Jack who's in the wrong! And other boys, I'm sure of it, Are every bit as ba:l. I'm sick of such injustice! It makes me hopping mad!" Jack kissed his little sister: "Oh, don't you fret'" he said. With a twinkle in his lnu:-hin, eyeg "And don't you peaoih on Fred. I told the little beggar (He was scared to death, you seo, When the ball went through the window) To leave it all to, Iv,. Nobody fibthd abJut ii; But the follows ran away. 'T was just the situ atill ,n - Homebody had to stay. Of coursa I catught it heavy, But bless you!-think what fun For me to get a scolding For a thing I hadn't done!" -Mary :rMleloy, in St. Nicholas. A New ...

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. — 3 September 1898

Fleed Your NervesS i rich, pure, nourishing blood by Hi tafkg Hool's Sarsaparilla, and you will be free from those .spells of de spair, those sleeopless nights and anxious O0 days, those gloomy, deathlike feelings, those sudden starts at mere nothings, thQse dyspeptic symptoms and blinding beadaches. HIood's Sarsaparilla has done this for many others-it willcure you. Hood's Sarsaparilla a IAmerica's Greatest Medicine. $1; six for $5. eedy cure sick headache. 250. y119 Anftiques Made by Convicts. The royal British antiquarian and d arcaeologoical societies have lodged petition with Lord Salisbury protest- n Sagainlnst the peculiar form of prison i"or in Egypt since the Khedive's altertlarles and jails have been un ~ English management, It seems that the convicts, of whom there are t 1ap in the Jourah prison alone, are fc *pleyed In manufacturing bogus an 04ae/, for which there Is reported to b M a largo market, especially in Amer. t. The petitioners declare that the it forgerles are...

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. — 3 September 1898

; THE LADRONES AND CAROLINES. C A Value and Beauty of T hese M uch-D iscussed Islands 0 in the Pacific Ocean. o A QUEER PEOPLE WITH QUEERER CI'STOMS.o 1 0 oo a0 ( t a mana^°v WWfWW DO M 3/D (70OJ ýýp ~ýý>(. r V~~pD >I2 O r/~ J~prnY p' JK '2c. ')O Far out in thie Pacific, where the rmap looks as if a charge of bird shot had peppered a spot no larger than your thumb, the American flag is flying over the Ladrones. They are but specks on the face of the deep. Yet there is an empire of island wealth nmid the rarest scenery in the world. An earthly paradise it is called. The capture of the Ladrones by the Unitel States with a seizure of the Carolines just to the south of the Sgroup miakes them of new interest to Americans. The Ladrones are a chain of vol canic islands extending north and south from latitude thirteen degrees twelve minutes north to latitude twenty degrees thirty-two niluutes south and in longitldle about 1"1t; east. They were discovered by Magellan, March (, 1521, 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. — 10 September 1898

RE TR'UE DE OCRA'T Offiolal Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. W. W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FHLICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 32. Jou slO~. , Pres. r. L. NEzwsam, Vice-Preo. E. J. Bvox,0OMhle, Bank of West Feliciana FIR .,..ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.... Mal Cash Capital, " - - $25,000. to Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent, Jol Foi g aWg bought and sold. Prompt service guaranteed. Your business l pla solicited. Bank hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ren Di aroEs:-E. J. Buck, 8. MoO, Lawrason, Adolph Teutaoh, 0. D. Qf ooks, L. P. Kilbourne, J. L. Golsan, John F. Irvine, Sr.; E. L Robert Daoiel, T. W. Butler. reg prc F. M. Mumford, M.D., .....DEALER IN..... DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, ho ele .....Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Soaps and Bruske..... co an. Fine Stationery & Blank Books, s ize .....PENS, INK and PENGILA.... tw. pa CUTLERY, NOVELTIES and FANCY COODS,H CIGARS and TOBACCO. FBESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. oe...

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. — 10 September 1898

THE : TRUE D: BEMSOCRAT. Published Weekly at BT. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA, S.. - Ti Sixty human lives were saved last year byv the 114 stations of the Society Ti for Saving the Shipwrecked. The number of livsc saved in thirty-two Ai years is 24114. Is By and by histo,, inns will say some thing tine of the age which produced 1 statesmen and scholars so great, so wise, so pure in heart, as Lincoln, Tenniyson, (;ladstone, and their illus trilus fellow-workers in state-craft and literature. Mr. Gladstone was the author of at least one remarkable prophecy. A London journal points out that it was to him and not to Cecil Rhodes that n the idea of the Cape to Cairo connec- h tion first occurred--and occurred, too, 0 before England had occupied Egypt. c In an article in the Nineteenthi ei- 1. tury of August, 1877--more than c twenty years ago-Mr. Gladltone used a these words: "Our first sitein Egypt, c be it by larceny or be it by. emption, f will be the almost certain egg of I a North Africa...

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. — 10 September 1898

Ai~SIAcart bi THE pr'otec n threshold the sec lalsri yore, *omot ber o' Nations, ships. tolBtho our door. As t l eturn toyOO l thir islands the sea.l r ilands, beauti  s ne, worl1 in t)e mathe, higher dIs .,,, brilrS o er Lit, us you n Mau our mother again, from L ,oages nInumnobered, color'e ltnthbe flever to rot', side, , WItbth> -_It Mfanuiia thusi.{ thtbt our sons have come Sithe Gardens of Morning, tanco ildw an1 dearth and dhrcay, little ( dies atl drear andt your pure f Sgrown sor w. dark t , your 'u went away. d old eye to the scavartl cliigi ago te th e st f is ,his,,rnet,, i it ! ad )iother of Nationls. y orl h has r'tiurnied. been 1 te wtelth of their wander- of his Swith the strength of their he be r, arise and lift up your dim claiinm S But rstronsg sols at your side! pretty our ardens f Morning, to his instiu ee the strong arm fo toni Some back to your borders, her hi out threshold Iby sp'urned, ' itI rise in your Ori;nt skies- souin ol tbe worid has returned. ...

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. — 10 September 1898

¶i^'i `'+4L ýlý';".~'T4i:" 3'ý- R11j i);M CU "' iv. W _- _ L1. tA II4I rpitr !nbhRctilthtti, p r aunuim - I IS ('ED I";v'Et:Y SATURDAY.,Ay kbtervd at the I'ort Oflic( at St. I'ran9iR viile3 La., as secondl cltrsa matter. *3ATUJRDAY, SEP"T. 10 1S93. Bert lughUrupp..Tasts G x. Use ANNO rNCENEX:. FoR CO:h'CflrI>. We are nitltoria, d to : COL. $AMT:E.L M. IOh4I;RT'f SON ;Is a ( at'lidatue for CJongI'ress fromij the Sixth ('o(t'g'.osiI ii al I)istrict ofCI alni..iai1, mll) iijo to the Action of the Denorrati, tI:Irt'. FORl RAIfLR')AD COMMII,)O N1.:Iý. WVe Ire arithorizei1 to ;Ilitifl(Cn T. P. 1 IllIJISI(N1\] ;is ;, r~uidid~ilt f tr Ut~Ilroad (oillni i 'iicr for the Seco di I t)is t i it sIr ject to the action of the Ielhocratjc party, SHORT CUTS, AeImirai ca8hley said"l'')o;/t cheer tfl, bys, bllt CchWr thle i1e,1t Who stood tbehiiil tthe g' in.) it .at his reeolptiom at the Navy 1)eparllteit Lie forgoit to Ray, ."lioit kiss me, g:rl1, bat kiss the boys behinL the While it is iik it1...

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. — 10 September 1898

ji 'Fl . .. . A· C 8AO es eQ seees&sýe OME persons say e it is natural for e them to lose flesh during summer. t But losing flesh is losing ground. Can you afford * to approach another win ter in this weakened con- . dition ? Coughs and colds,weak a throats and lungs, come quickest to those who are o thin in flesh, to those ens iy chilled, to those who have poor circulation and feeble digestion. Scott's Emulsion : of cod liver oil ith ihypo- : phosphites does just as much good in summer as : ia winter. It makes flesh " in August as well as April. " ,you certainly need as strong nerves in Julyas in " January. And your weak I throat and lungs should 1 be healed and strength- * ened without delay. " All Druggists, Soc. and sL " SCoft A BOWNE, Chenmists New Tork S icol) lhvII' i- .k ' his -. e li.u n W e Joes . iii :dela d;1to kelS wete lied iiheOWet I lelin 3 n 'till ('ii l, has atd ------------------ Vriel for tlhis S i, rlS .1 Wn nith i againi, in the usualil fuall aind lnter pur...

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. — 10 September 1898

11 N 1ýºýý _ Tom it or CHILOREN'S COLWIU. TI out: Fort The Falrles' RIvel. tli fhe night was cold and the night was still, Stay big red moon perTed over the hill, .the froggies croaked and chuckled with glee, got t the wonderful sight they expected to see. T] he golden rod waved in the moonlight soft, spy, nd noddied her head in the tree tops aloft, his I lie erlekets chirped a sweet little song a co hil) they waited to welcome the fairy grea throng. side ut of each buttercup, with a 'gay little the spring, ame dancing the fairies; their queen and g their king Ti hey 11,d to their throne 'neath dow- troo spangled bowers they ramcd rouwl with daisies and topped with heal sunflowers. men hen, taking their partners, with steps soft the and light thei hey danced and they danced till 'twas late in the night; shoc hey sat at a banquet of honey and dew, look i t bee brr:ad, pollen and other things, too. thot bhe moon became older and older, until they S e sank behind the far distant hill; ...

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. — 10 September 1898

Pimples ne t tbe danger signals of impure blood. Our ( show thlat the vital blood is in odlton that health is in danger of this TI Coleatr othe track by taking Hood's e 'prila and the blood will be made to dise riompleion fair and healthy, and while '" journey pleasant and successful. oAt tbwou 00 parilla 145,000and t -lca's Greatest Medicine. $1; six for . either Scure indigestion, biliousness. shots f '-- Psand rig lapid Shoemaking. In th of the big Lynn shoe shops made sacritl( oiof ladlies' boots for the Paris Ex- Frenu $p tofn 1889 in twenty-four amin- men A notary public followed the op- There sti , watch In hand. For this feat thate tir of shoes went through the us- Of t i routinc of the shop, but at excep- the Ci Sroutin pee; fifty-seven different op-. nd R 6lrs and forty-two maelilnes were At ( crsmeda in the work, which required mans n tsty.slx pieces of leather, fourteen historl es o cloth, twenty-four buttons, soldler -enty.four button-holes, eighty tacks, in this trety ...

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. — 10 September 1898

YELLOW FEVER SPREADS NINE NEW CASES AT ORWOOD AND ONE DEATH. Quarantine Lines Tlght..-The Fever is of a Mild Form.-..No l~ti1senIger Trains Touch Water Valley..-Mild Cases at Taylors.. Oxford Isolated. WATER VALLEY, Miss.-N-ine new case: vere found in the neighbor hood of ()rwood, Friday, as follows: W. M3. White, Mrs. I. (. Crowell, Mrs. J. C. Treloar, II. E. Sims, Miss Maggie Orr, G. W. Stogner, J. J. Mc Carter and two negro children nuined Alexander. One case was found six miles east of Waterford, but the tamine of the piatient could not be learned. The disease so far has developed only in its mildest form. There has been one death at Orwood and there are now twenty-two cases there. J)r. Carter, of the marine hospital service, came up from New Orleans and went immediately to the infected district. He will assist 1)rs. Gant and IIaral son for a few days. The fever cannot last more than a month. All the pres ent cases are directly traceable to the first four atfticted persons. As ...

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. — 17 September 1898

~riTRUE DEMOCRAT Official Journal of the Parish of West Fellolana and School Board. . LEAKE, Jr., Pub. an Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 33. Jr. . . . ..P .ra pu ST nRNC S IL E W ES u ..... . .. .. OFAN' ASSASSIN. life it SS OF AUSTRIA STABBED BY SiAN ANARCHIST. sage : ment siInation Occurred in Go- "(  epplorable Act of an Italian (10:5 i Orngi to all of Europe.-.Ile just ted Saying "I did it." QWITZERLAND.--The em- DO f  ustria was assassinated at 1Ieaurivago Saturday after- pres an anarchist named Laochini, mesI ,born in Paris. He was ar- Aust He stabbed her majesty with prof es bhad been stopping at whir beaurivago for several days. ma .atfirst thought the wound maje - rious, but she died in a few gove that her majesty was from her hotel to the landing the steamer at about 1 o'clock, P, SItalian anarchist suddenly gran and stabbed her in the cis The empress fell, got up again of ii carried to the steamer uncon STh...

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. — 17 September 1898

THE " TRUE U DEMOCRAT. Pablished Weekly at ST. FRANOI8VILLE, LOUISIANA. . b o . , Michigan cast four million barrels of flour on the waters of traffic last year, Alphonso cannot be blamed if he sets down all allusions to "happy childhood days" as rank nonsense. A young wo:nan in Elizabeth, N. J., recently broke off an engagement which had been in force for eight years, and the disconsolate lover brought suit for $25,000. Well, why shouldn't he be reimbursed for the ice cream and soda water expendi tures ? The postoffice department of the Dominion of Canada is rejoicing in a surplus of not less than $1,000,000 for the year e ided June 30 last. This is a new experience for the Dominion, there having been previously a defi ciency annually since 1893 amounting in five ycur.i to some $6,000,000. "Within twenty years," says Charles Denby, Jr., formerly secreta ry of the American legation at Peking, China, "there will be twenty thousand milts of railroad in operation in China. The internal...

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. — 17 September 1898

FF TIHE TROOPS He ":COMPLICATED TASK WHICH PAY- r MASTER5 HAVE TO PERFORM. ha) ----- por of the pleasantest Features of Army an( Pf It His Arrival With a Gripsack of Sof MoneIlow the Soldiers Get tro ftr Fay.The Volunteer Paymaster. arg pneofthe pleasantest features of mu Oy life is the coming of the paymas- fur arsith his gripsack full of money. th Since the declaration of war with be gin the war department has added wil enty paymasters and twice as many- art eks, under the Emergency act pro- cot ,jiing for an increase. The work re- As .uired is almost wholly that of ex- Mi rt accountants. Especially is this pal tre of the department of the east, in tio New York city, where, iu addition to ho: teping the accounts of the volunteers du i this vicinity, the paymasters are liged to take care of the accounts of me mgars and retired officers and sol- Mi di There is no mercy shown to a De green paymaster. Whe!her he under- se, dsthe work or not, he has to do do ,same amount as is given t...

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. — 17 September 1898

+*ii ; 1. 1V. 1V. I4 A1(S, J H., l'io prietoPr. ý$ )~rhi~. her au --t I'' i iit., 1.a , :.n .ecotln (i:: I"imtter. .3.TURlº)A\Y, SE I''1'- I7 IMS9). Beu COungh 1iyrt. 'Pi1alIc~i t~d. CA I d by trr'gixrtr I'NNOR IVNUFI.\iLD l . ' .IS410 .7. We are an rl ize, to anhrollru e L. P. ll ?tlIlt\ , :i; a , nt lid:la t for li:ilrh :sl (Conni,.i,,ir I 'or tOw Seco,;, District iub :.! c:t to I 111 a4tio4 of' thelI Irlmnocrati : party. SHORT CIUTh. (Criowley 1nw hay. a Daily Signal. Aler, like Blirer Rabit begs to tUie thrown in thle tie. Yellow fever iis nmpalt at Fra:nk liin, hi, but it does Ilot HCt)11 toi be 4ioVikkitug the qnarantl. inoe. The Presideiint shohi t 'ike a weace at any price man for repr). scntato.ion on the (.zaI'S peace coni tljisiOJl. Dewey stiff sees trouble il I lie air of the Philippines. He asks for aiI other bnttlesblip amid some cruisers. The Oregon andil the Iowa have starited for a ronild-about tour, via. Cape lBorn,--seuntteless, whelin tlirs nation is rich nou...

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