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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 17 September 1898

tý],,;:>iF I , 40C i O -l T. sesessee.coooie e ME persons say it is natural for them to lose flesh during summer. $ But losing flesh is losing ~dln, Can you afford * pApproach another win of in this weakened con dition? 0 Coughs and colds,weak o throats and lungs, come anickest to those who are tin in flesh, to those eas- * gy chilled, to those who have poor circulation and feeble digestiaon * Scott's Emulsion 410d OW oil eib .hype s. BpChaes does Just as " .much good in summer as in winter. It makes flesh in August as well as April. I You certainly sneed .as strong nerves in Julyas in . January. And your weak $ throat and lungs should be healed and strength- $ ,eaed without delay. Aur aggists, cc. nd ft. Do a BOWNE, Chemits, ew York sflblin Barrow is clerking at S. A. Prier's TiluAt of ioM Ihob i1 the' 1st L.a 7:ie, ell-f ihlied it l tle p'.'jpcci l of b1.i g: uý - ;'ei out." There was servieC at th lHmt anf;7tho ChBnrc.h, Snuday, held by Rev. Father uiagoens. J. I. Percy is ...

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. — 17 September 1898

F---- - FATE. Wlr as the summer azure A timid violet blew Close to the fort's enbrasuro O'er which the hot shells flew. 'NSitih Iattle-smoke and thunder 'l'TI fort was quickly stilled, Its huge wall bhlwn asender. Its brave defenders killed. Still on the fortress battered, Whoe heroes lay ent:umbed Ienii'ath their banners tattered, Th, peaceful violet bloomed. -R. Ii. 31uakittrl,: k in Collier's Weekly. 0A City Tragedy.;t "'My goat frient, what shall I haf done mit this?''inquired Stomp pathet ically as I entered his room one day. "Here is a man who haf to see me come, u:d he cannot speak der words nor hear, and he haf hurt der hand so dot he to write is not able." Stomp was evidently in a state of some excitement, for his nervous energy was always in dircct ratio to his in ability to speak the Queen's English. "What's wrong?" I asked. "More monkey dricks,"said Stomp. "Pah! I with der human race dis gnsted am. I come home and my din ner expect, uiid I find dot, und he haf give me di...

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. — 17 September 1898

ScAPLALIN'S ORDEAL. RILLING STORY OF AlS EXPERI ,ECES IN SANTIAGO CAMPAIGN. iht.Ulle Walk Along a Road -ro peRa with Wounded American Sol rn _one Poor Fellow's Nervy Crawl deh Sharpshooters-Cuba's Climate. A story of his Santiago experience e gien to the newspaper men in esark, J., by Chaplain Galloupe ahIe Ninth United States infantry end rector I St Paul's Episcopal uorch in that city. The more inter tiong parts of the story are as follows: ,The very first thing that I want to 0, said the *aplain, after hangef greetings, "is about remembers of your own craft. The Iewopper men at the front deserve much credit as the soldiers. At all ames they were willing and ready to render every aid in their power and 1 wut up with every inconvenience. pn June 29 I was sunstruck while tiding the wounded, carrying water t jeod, and was ordered to the hos pi ;atSiboney by Lieutenant-Colonel Ewers, commanding our regiment. wo days later, on July 1, while still tthehospital, I heard of the fighting ...

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. — 17 September 1898

'K Scrofula Talnts the blood of millItoaq, as' sooner or later may break out in.hip .disease, running sores or some more '~bnmlicated form. To duro scrofula or prevout it, thoroughly purify ,your blood with H.loo '1 Sa~aparilla, which has a continu ally ro ing record of wonderful cures. Hood-,Sasar H. parilla I4 Amer;aFPn reatestMMtlicine. 1; six for$4i., Hood's Pills curc in digestion, hliicies. - .-- ------------5- Ills Maser 'Was a Yorkshireman. A toulrt., stopping at a usmall coKlitry hotetln England, ·solingtbe hostler ex port and tractable, Inquired howlong he had flved there and wlit country * nan he waM. "I'e Yorkashre," sald'the fellow, "and ha' ll4va sixteen years here." ""I onde," rep'iled theogsnple, " man, "tbhain so long a perlodo clever º .fellowv as you geenm to be hare not come to be mTaster .of the .hotel yotw self." "Aye," answered the Hostler, "but ~nalster_'s r '',shire. too." To Cure a ('old In (ne )Day. Take ILAxrtive (riiimo (culinic 'Tablets. All Iruggi-...

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. — 24 September 1898

SOolal Journal of the Parish of West Fellolana and Sohool Board . ý, IJAlSE, Jr., Pub. an Prop ': ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST F.ELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 34. 1 APIORACIING. WgW CLOUDS OVERHANG EU. I POLITICAL HORIZON. Oretan and Egyptain Affairi Y War...Diplomats are Aix. jigtng the Cutcome---England say Come to a Clash. t ,..Three or four black thun :re overhanging the politi- k of Europe. The diplo- f j 5axiously awaiting to see f y will pass away or burst. us, Crete and Egyptian i bhave become more acute, 1 difficult at present to forecast t e in either case. *ion of the activity in the t world is found in the fact that uis of Salisbury, who went o * t holiday to take the waters ille, had a special telegraph 1 blished at his hotel this order to deal with the mass ltelegrams pouring in and j is understood the British utas ordered that the most measures be taken at Candia, of Crete, where British troops utly fired upon by Mussul iRe leoxetion of...

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. — 24 September 1898

THE -:- TRUE -- DEIOCRAT. Published Weekly at BT. FRANOISYILLE, LOUISIANA. The Texas State Horticultural In society has catalogued 201 varie- A neck ties of peaches grown in the Lone N oth Star state and has given a distinct k tame to every one of them. -Fran] About $2,000,000 worth of nuts, oranges, raisins and wines have been H hitherto imported annually from Spain. The trade this year will be supplied * %y the people of California and Florida. "An into tl gan, 11ii South America is still the chief Mr. source of the supply of rubber, but ly at I the development of the exports of that ý I article from the Congo indicate that terms, you m in future Africa may be depended intend upon to furnish a large quantity. In Deerh 1893 the customhouse authorities of yes." the Belgian Congo noted thq exporta- th tion of 532,742 pounds of rubber; in 1897 the exports had increased to on all 3,665,548. At . this rate of increase blind the Para district of Brazil will soon Julia have its exports ma...

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. — 24 September 1898

/ // II, r~l~ii / A, I yam. SI I OT I LATEST PORTRAIT OF QUEEN WILHELMINA OF HOLLAND. iIORONýTýON HOLF'S GI RL- KEEN. A Series of Human Documents Showing Wil helmina at Various Ages From Baby- /' r hood to Young Womanhood. ;  , HOUGH the angry noise of war now dins in the ears of the Old World and the New, there comes from Hol land, the land of windmills and dykes, a peaceful, happy note. Th.e whole of the pros s little kingdom has been busy nuoths getting ready for the time I the young Queen Wilhelmiuna N of age and is installed with gicunmstance of regal pomp and p.ony as sovereign 4of the Nether Qeen Wilhelmina now holds a posi ia n the eyes of the world much bthat which Queen Victoria held .one years ago, when she began unequalled reign. All the world ids with sympathy and interest a hyoung queen. She is likely to li a better sovereign than a man eld, because she has a woman's dness and a woman's defences ,mat the temptations which assail a f. That is why the young Queen ie ntr...

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. — 24 September 1898

ýlirr"eIt±±ry'littif3ýfýi_-_` _"s:+S. .. .i. º'-.G.. L~ OvvcrAiLLJOt' NALoC1'I ! !U. AL1 I. -- - ~A1 -. ýUh1rIlitIfl, pi .UII)lIrI (.O. ý'ft~rlld p i th4' I'l)t «C)i itv St. F~r~ii is dIi.~, I..r. 1 ,t~uUiil Iht~ rtna tim. SATURJ)A", 'tP1 2f iS9J8. J L 13 AtiL. Beat 4twuih $yrnip. 'ara.tcs l~ A.rl 1SHORT C(UTS. hir 5,udswi&h ,!lauds are to Ib known isn future as the Ttrritory of Hawaii. Sir IhrlHrLt Kitchener certainly was the cook for the Khalifa's goose. It takes a Iihumred ImnI to miake 811 encatIuisett, but only one wc llan to makitle a hlomle. .1.lger has not resigil, norI does he initend to.,juilfging f'roils the way lie is imakinig a lor' of the emps. Geo T. AnIgell says always kill a wounded blu or other aii nmal as sool as you can. All snlurlllg o, any creatuve,just before it dies,pois ons the mlacutt. Edln;ate a boy and you get an iun telligei,ý ma;'. Edacate a girl and you gett an intelligent family.--ludi aria Jorial of Ed neation. It has been found that oil sprink....

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. — 24 September 1898

'I pke,, . h Duringthe Battlie of Santiago. Their JhroleIC EIiltr4 .ifl (xettltbg AmUI, iutio)I awl ItfRtitiw s to the Front yft vc the I)D1y. p" K. Hitler, of park-trlailn No. c, writ lug frla sntiag1 l (lc, n.uk 211 baid gý rii ne.td rsh8 t 1(tcr, 101 it w:as a rare f rna)) i'mt(1st ligt tttl 183 t koIP the tro4lls sl5li1ll .1 wit Ii uiiiiiiuit t1u )eud ralIn"o ,i ht thnk 1it Io Cb 1uoberliain's Colit, C'hlcrar:l : utl I iaIII oea6 Iclnie(3, «( r were able to kcep :t \ :w1o41 tkeep our klat1'; iii f8t. I siutcerelr iteijeve tlihat 8t tr crt iu;~ t~ilO! this1 nlei ,ti 'i it Ili te .hjltirects av\ionrrol'1111 (1(1,",lO t h terShtil 1 14tl 1 44e ulluhto t( woll k thcic *outil have. heer1ti r10 LV of ;gettinug salt plics to the front. 'lti( no 110 j ýaale 111441 111St I1)5(04111 lits. gil fort itiii to mulr ut1ul se t I1:(1tlt mtl 11y in a Mi1pI3 o41 tiil aric 1i~inI4 141 11DU paekktrtin iihetrll' W(1 1')t T~unllul, :41111 1 knel iu tmur (1tCSe it al)&4lutcly sav The;;;ove14 let 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. — 24 September 1898

FOR FARM AND GARDEN. V' 'v r Topdresning Meadows. In topdressing meadows with fresh yard manure, directly after mowing, there is naturally some loss by evap oration, but this is not nearlyas great as is generally supposed, and this is also more than counterbalanced by the protection it provides against sun and drouth. In winter and early spring the loss from evaporation is but infinitesimal. If the manure is properly composted it may be applied as a topdressing at any time without danger of loss. Care of House WVells. There should be an enclosed build ing over every well from which water is to be taken for family use. Multi tudes of insects and even small ani mals fall into the well if it is exposed to the air and has no curb around it. 8o, too, there is always much dust blown into it, and the rays of the sun shining down make the water too warm to use during hot weather. Every time a bucket is lowered into the water it carries some of the warmth it has absorbed from contact with th...

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. — 24 September 1898

CHILOREN'S COLUMN. Thes Bight Kind of a Boy. " a funny little boy, Pest ever born; f like a beam of joy. lngh his clothes are torn. him tumble on his nose, h waited lor agroan- " lated .. d, o you suppose e his funny bone? .asushine in each word he speaks, ýsrugb is something grand; ugsle overrun h1s cheeks riavels on snowvy sand. I: h the moment he awakes, d till the day is done; _hoolroom for ba joke he takes, eo are but fun. 5atter bow the day may go, ToPcannot make him cry; 'sortbhadozen boy I know aout and taol)e and sigh. Whop -Father Mlathor's Herald. The Cunning Fox. Tbe sagacity of the fox is most 1 0sderfal. It is related that they r tormented by fleas, and when the iction becomes unbearable they thera monthful of moss and slowly k backwards into the nearest am until only the mouth is left c ye the surface of the water. The meantime take refuge on the e, and when the fox is satisfied tthey have all embarked, he opens imonth and the moss drifts away ie the wily fox regain...

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. — 24 September 1898

DOINGS IN WASHINGTON, ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE NA. TIONAL CAPITAL. j. ro Reorganization Scheme on Foot.. tY.ri Delpartment Inquiry---Funeral Mass by Cardinal (ilbbons--Calalry to be Sent South. Otn. Wheeler's Command. Maj. (Gle. Wheeler will have com mland of the cavalry which is to form ]art of the army of occupation for Cuba and Porto Rico. Adee Acting Secretary of State. Second Assistant Secretary Adee is acting secretary of State, and will conltinue to do so until the arrival of and qualification of Mr. Hay. Mehofleld D)ocllnes to Serve. After a half hour's conference with the president Saturday, Gen. Scho field annountiied that he would not serve as a menier of the committhe to condulct investigation of the war de luartienit. Howell Accepts. Evan P. Howell, of Atlanta, Ga., who was asked by the president to serve on the commihssion to investigate certain delpartments of the army in cuiinection with the war, was at the white house, and formally accepted the lapplointmnent. Est...

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. — 1 October 1898

STI? HE iUE DE__MOCRATi Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. SRA, Jr, Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA,, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 3. . - - - - - - ., ic. oe-Pr. E. J. BUo.,' hiUer. ES I` LOUIS IANA, lh f CATASTROPHE AT CROWLEY tio FRIDAY. del Mi edat M e.Ir t'yile yVet. Sol [Betolutions io (',rIdoleince on 1 Dlavisi...-Talsden a Candi. we0 awIkoad CoImlleltltlioer. thl  lRUce Crop 23 Per Cent. Il -The estimated damage ta!I erop of this parish, result- anT the storm of the 19th and we about 25 per cent.- Wni - 1m( rnprospectors IIave t. i ol.-There is a party of on orpectors here looking at ott try with ai view of 1ocating. Ti ~o well pleased e itlh the toltt- e the party lhotght considerable E . Lenormntul l :1'quitted. b sgA.--The trial of (aptain an, of the steail,oat Peri, i with killing Ulysses MaIgli;r, boy, having occupiedt the dis rt for two days, waIs ended ot .evening, the jury returning e f not guilty. ...

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. — 1 October 1898

THI -:- TRUE DEIMOCRAT. Published Weekly at ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. --I --i- - - - Agricultural note by Spain: "Barb wire wiUl not keel) out Yankee pigs." Now that the Congo railroad is com pleted, it is interesting to recall the words of Stanley that "the whole of the Congo is not worth two shillings without a railway." One man has died of homesickness at the front. But, strange to remark, General Shafter has not reported a single case where a chap has died through grief at being separated from "the nicest girl in the world." Mexico has 11,512 schools; of which 5852 are supported by the states, 3212 by cities, and 2442 by individuals or societies. The actual attendance at these schools last year was 490,746, and the amount appropriated for the support of public schools was about p5,500,000. When it is again in order for the writers and not the fighters to speak, it will be interesting to hear Captain Mahan's revised views on the influence of naval power on history. He can secu...

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. — 1 October 1898

?'.E TI` E I)EMOCRIAT. (hO1l CIALJOUR AL OF TUE PARISU. -------,- 2i~---- - Wy. W. 4EJAKE, JR., Propjrietor. I--~- -- . - - stiibsriptiu"c, tier alluliutl ýl .5.t Entereil at the Post Offire at fit. 1r:llniM* ~il1,"lai., :a MiVOIItl (l ttis iiattel. SATUI )AY, OCT 1 1S99. BoughSyrup. Tastes Good Vie * n tlhus. SAa by drn Ist&1 SHORT CUTS. John O'Neill of Franklin, La is spokein of as the RIeubliceni, who mti:y possibly ruin against B. N. Si:ma, Jr for railroad commnissioner A poet, wao can see the new moon at midnight, has a powerful id.agination, to say the least of it. The N. O. States thinks that an amrchisto should not be pe'mutteit to live. Our opinion is that they are all insane, and shoull be con. fined, just as other mad people are. Judicial inquiry as to sanity shbould be instituted, at once, upon any person's p)ofessing anarchical principles. This would restrain the really sane antarchists, who use an archy as a means to their own ends; and would protect the public fro...

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. — 1 October 1898

trrl r o l t :1. Ill. hk s welt o f' I. "n alt lirrln~ ,ls rl iiii of slow I.2v - I , 11, atter n t'rild r " e - 'd W ll E ' Ntr I ll l l l ' l l ' l i e'e 0 - n Kolrt li o hiM lll ,1 slis SH ll,11 i01 Isulilyh1rn" l tul b alo . Ih L 'All si tl onle torunstwe in tI i pSl auygh thr. o il.. , h-i O la - Ltr ºoco lrtlclt for llhuillilln.g i ll to the lnlrto li I hlise. J(i 1 Leot ek, r itS h ~....ton s . t . I .li'r rl Mill, oi l Tkndta owl Satllrdl ys, 'l'ho ,Oll0 -~l-ay it only , it- . Iretwie l lir i s * ,ls.ught... Oil iCfl. We threfor llo apear on (is of the follovcin 1 IInlli +d: I.. I .. i;i.~ " .. .. pi rto A. F. B l rl'o \Wv. 1· ";.iltdelay ill cxpress delivery olo In cema. We thlerefolre app'ear On '1i per we have in the otlice, loling li is will agree lthat half a lplperl is iAul IIO'UC.S Sara LdgoNo No 1 K. of P. met as fir SInesil Ildy night and the Outelr .i eloIted that a straiger was witlh door who was adlnitted to the sal instructed in the mllyst'eries of lf uk of L...

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. — 1 October 1898

dbal ORTTO THE DEAT.w Tb - KENTUCKY FAMILIES EX. hous TERMINATING EACH OTHER. cave Hov - akers and Howyards Have Been man .ttlig ani Old Quarrel by Shedding a po Otber's Blood -State Troops stru pre Called to subdne Them. Stan -rnec_ Mountain Feud, ley I The history of the Baker-IHoward hors , which assumed such large and his I fpgerous proportions as to cause parE Stroops to be sent to Manchester, ya~ for the protection of the court, ole of the most interesting In the isi ns of mountain wars. The men *0gaged in this feud are descendants of the me plouncers. Their ancestors re lived there for more than 100 )f.lany of the families have in esm ied, ru'til ieatrly everybody in nnrriedr ay County is related by blood lines t everybody else. The 1eowards are members of the ljting Ilowards of Harlan County, ao, led by Wilson Howard, killed about thirty of the Turner faction in Borlan and Bell Counties. Wilson was Ifterward legally hanged after he had boasted of killing tenl men with his oa...

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. — 1 October 1898

.r101. doubt, the text is ser'! notlhilng. 'Thlero .:u of a London lshop who, 1,'d that story of John Wesley *,ng out every word of hIs (iscourse .aat his servant mald did not under. ,ptlnd, detrmitned to preach to a coun try congregation the snl)lpst sermon be could write. tie chose an elemet ary subject, and took as his text, "'Th fool hath said in his heart there is no God." 0i leaving the church he asked the parish clerk what he thougrt of the sermon. "Oh, my lord," si;l hl. "it was very flie-very fine and grand. I'vtr been talking it over with Mr. Beard, and we said how fine it was. But, after all, wecan't help thinking that there Jd a God." New Orlennr Quarantine. With characteristic push, the louse of Philip Werlein, Limited, of No.i Orleans, La., has made arrangements to fill all orders direct fromn the North and East, thus making possible conta gion impossible. This house is the largest and most reliable music house in New Orleans and the South. The absence of commerci...

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. — 1 October 1898

lLDEN"'S COLUMN. ,i ith t room. children upo ce t to playu' nothing of tl 0Jg I ril'oof crs, make an oc arkice warmk koitnen, obliged to pi .in for mom , tar!m: to some unu Stiza with to tioo In every 1r Am eos , I'e1 to - oo; Sot of my way-,, found handi g0ordUed here by you. small craft _ 11"try the tare small, f Itoie" 'ec1', s a lamub are owned -.vlfDni' aD, ever- and his fan: a n bro, ker-.sm ! other parts no°"boy'I've got to sweep~ " ness is the be ,- my ears and me and morcl atr fi car and morchi ,,bling in a heap. their navi& e of the earth?" affair. Oro itto e tlk back to her; "I have amite of good- long llost 0 s' with such a whIr, children, al j'i to relt n r ellr, I am told t' I.bfrom. t a ,laeu aptness at rs got a bit f fun! get drowne l , another's a al litt just where he likes, save anothe .I kitheD I nor as he says, uepwakbot' ill', kites,- interferes ltce in all the town: punished i -ban't b, a 'Liza thll, Among crkr, St. Nicholas. famils will somet and if o...

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. — 1 October 1898

A IAMERWAN GIRRL VICEREIHE OF INDI . LUCK OF TH2E CURZONS. The first Amedcan woman to become a real Queen is the daughter of a for mer dry-goods clerk. She will rule more than 400,000,000 of people. She will occupy an official position higher than any woman of this nation has ever attained. She has mounted to her proud place on a foundation of dry goods and Chi vago real estate, but she is worthy of it. George Nathaniel Curzon, who mar S~ied Miss Mary Leiter,-rf. i ceago,has Sbeen made Viceroy of -dia, jhe high est administrative ofe in tht j'ft of the British Grown. Before the v ion of the Hon. Mrs. George Natl aniel Curzon there opens a vista of s r~ass. ing richness and promise. / Her husband will be c2d a peer of the realm beforj .~ goes to india. There he .ill be Vice-King and his wiia will be the Vice-Queen. It is quite true this American woman will act for Queen Victoria, Em press of India, in ruling over the largest and most important post ession of tha British Empire. She w...

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