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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 15 October 1898

---, Official Journal of the Parish of West Foliciana and School Board. PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK AT ST. FRANCISVYILLE, LA. atl J9 kti'o hi sti oili tlLEEN. af i nteiesweettL maiden wo d 0loveliest, I wren . fry eistheswctesjt ailen t at ever mian h s seC tl. No skies aro drear When she is near, a ,3tender works If love I hear From sweet Eilleu..n pretty lips are rosy, ti The rosiest ever ~reI1 re pretty lips are r,:-,. tH wlih gleamiu, 1' l arls between, There is nlo bliss I To equal thi- tl elong ian clinging, loving kiss a From sweet Eilen. hi vtender are the glanrces Iglow with Culpid'.- sheen; .tender are the glances that beam from eyes seren! -With sweet surprise tc There sudden rise Smelting glances from the eyoe Of sweet Eileen. ,4 .,sweOtest maniln, os - id lovellet. I ween: i Is the sweete4t maie:il That ever man hI s :;en. t I'll no'er resigna This :maideln mino, e tworship ever at the siiria8 Of sweet Eileen. --St. Paul'. NEY ROLLINS' 3 CROWN OF GLORY. I T the time Barney s ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 15 October 1898

wmpp- U -DEM1OCRAT. Published Weekly at ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. -0 Porto Rico moans door to riches. The Spaniards have kept it shut and locked so long that it may prove a misnomer. Professor Koch of anti-tuberculosis fame has made a new discovery. He has come forward with the startling ani ouncement that he knows what causes malaria, It's mosquitoes. Now 'rofessor Koch may be a very great man, but he has simply begged the question. If mosquitoes cause mala ria, what causes mosquitoes? That's what this patient world wishes to know. Teoll us how to get rid oT the mosquitoes, and we shall not worry about the malaria. The Hawaiian government has, in co-operation with a syndicate of plan ters and merchants, organized a pi geon post service between the eight largest islands of the Sandwich Archi pelago. Communnication had previ ously been carried on under difficul ties and at irregular intervals, vessels not always being able to reach the islands. Several hundred birds have been trai...

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. — 15 October 1898

to I ln star, O' fait lett eeli sky and sward, - ' thel ,,i, nlig har . a of it twou-edgtd sword, men ith bahes at hllmom .. lln se in : hi ir erlh , "dt.ug, the cirdling form sd to the shiverini jbo. l wives who cannot sleep tIle brth-f lls warm and red, their vigil keep ga great star-flamo overhead. apace; the Ilackest night ershe womb ,of morning break.. LLen her irom heavenly height S- ay the new day takes. b. one the weary hoant, nccd and spent. are beached at it .g the wet sla-coats; iood ive sing ' tf ltril rs p ast, .Et$6augter, i llarper's Bazar. _ ..-.-- io e th ol d- Fiýe1s u 4to Ii Shad been friends all their T' ehad been, in their native vil- it sI two vise-covered cottages side C and all one summer on the Iand sgf one or the other of these cate homes two young women had sat faltj - through the long afternoon on east white gr,lments, setting each < t an' ,er and weaving with to t figgneet.wi ore precious things bow _ oss-stitch and dfeather-edge, talked of th...

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. — 15 October 1898

TH1E TRUJE DE2IOCIA'T. Or11CIAL.JOITYINALOFTH IJ;PA1SISI. ~iI1Jsrriptiofl, p(.r u~u- ,<I1hi I's~vi:u Es i:J:y SAT UiWAY. Vi lit, L:&., as iccuZt chi'? zita ttv. BATURDWAY, OCT 1, L 9R. Best (:ý'agh Syrup~. Zste3 I:1. Uee to time. '41d b dmrgrllstR SIHORT CUTS. The war tax will not be repealed by Congress, this winter. B.tton Rluge o olonger dcnie: having plenty of tever, but now s1ys it is nothiing to be afraid of. hlow can one tell whether or not a man has wheels in his heaudT' "By tIhe spokes that cote froln his month,.my boy.'-Judge. A war cloudl is hovr:ng over France a1nd. Great Britnain. They are clashing over their intere.uts in Egypt. Enghulad has praclically pronouncetd thle Iltimnatum that no other power save hers,will be pernmit tell to hollposse, ssiotn on the ;i'e, There is a dispositiol to call the prevaihliug type ot fever, "yellow oild." We are too much of a purist to wish to see such a word engraft ed o·' the 'language. A would-be Greek word N:with an English...

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. — 15 October 1898

: ,A-- "', ' a th pe ; ; ; .! , wOrbch i j: ý "seer is caused deralgement ifl the organsb r:2 plrostruatlon. f.nstTY t1'3 S . 4') Wbef woman is Not well these cqasM are affected. Bliut whn thy a Strom :,rd ii..a-.q a yomlfl bvery se!Gdm nik bn&turTCS prov1siofl or the r g-u btdon of the menstrual fonct~en. htcures all "fmalo trct:!c.;.' it be14ua!y effcctiv;e for the g'l in er teens, tho young w 1if with do MestCf and mat~rn:l car.s. and Swoman :pptrOach ms g ! period known a; the c f 1an, t 01 rey all need it. n:Y a~e ai benefitted > y It. FbI adv!cM In s C.: ~ Tf~t~ aiectIO S, CJ-L'- i lW4tl-i .S r: hatriLSA0 A vIsnrYU: Gv.2Gr¶" - ChsUttroOQz rvjCQP~jlr C3.1. Chat' Wgp.Temn. IKOS.COOPER, T I Y,;,= ,EY fed apsin el rvrctlC~ (i : . :¶T.; . l pld notictd icr ahe r bia:: '.r re.j j ieroly curod hrr e tiJJ alga I 15 holtr lrough 1:! ctrj i ~lU: j tt Curfow, ail ca, lH the. i loy l ;( t Wehear tin' it l'. E.M' i('1 18!y 1 I " rhill on 'laylor Bros plaoet haa the a ,w fever. , pro...

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. — 15 October 1898

CAR CONDUCTORS. Their Employment in Railway Ser vice Extending in This Country. Womeon are a success as street-car conductors in Chillicothe, Ohio. Since they were engaged one month Ago by the Electrio Street Railway Company the receipts of the corpora tion have increased thirty per cent. The women were employed originally as a mieasure of economy. It was found that the system of having every person put his own fare in the box re sulted in the missing of a great many fares. On the other hand, it would cost too muclhto hire two men for each car. It was then that the superin tendent hit Upon the idea of employ ing women as conductors, to whom only half as much was paid as would have been paid to men. The girls are good looking and members of emi nently respectable families. They are paid $4 per week, and enjoy their 1 i . A ! ! p ?IE I , fr. (k/ WOMEN IN A NEW FIELD-CHILLICOTHE'S STREET-CAR CONDUCTORS. work, while the superintendent says that they do it well. *' Lately a sort of epide...

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. — 22 October 1898

2HE TRUE DEMOCRAT .s73--~------ _ _ · Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. ~55--- -c~c"~-~YI-~-~I------------------- - PUBLISHIIED EVERY SATURIDAY AT ST. FRANCISYILLE, LA. L ... I . Ca THE REGULAR ARMY 0, stl smoke of thoe battle fills the air and the Ti dust is flying hgth; all vo three cheors or the ovolunteers and W the men about to die, the heroes bravo whom we know, we ; rare, as they chargo in allant style, we shout hurrah for theo chance of war ro and tboe favor of ortuneo's Imile, the glorious deeds that the reader reads are the things we all may ha know: not so.plain is the might and main of the Begulat Army 0. tbe"tiuu's tongue are the words un* lit '- m of this siloent, moving msrs. Sthbeictorios won by heart and gun might never have come to pass no .their measured swing and their rifles' S ring had not boon there that day fo bohear the trnt at the battle's fro.-t in the Rogula Army way. t egivothree hheers for the volunteers ne th they ch...

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. — 22 October 1898

TWO PICTURES., I. In the dewy morn I wove the red sash for my lover's sword, In the sband of the sliver bugles Blowing merrily over tbo violet vales. My rod lips leaned to the steel, And kissed it for a holy ocuse, And then-the lips of my lover Andtl over the orchards The inusio of a farewell song. II. In the mist-wreathod twilight I wove the white ahroud for my lover's sword, In the sound of the mufled drums Moaning over the darkened vales. My white U ps leaned to the steel, And kissed it, and whro crimsoned, And then-the cold lips of my lover, And over the orehards The long, desolato Night! -Atlanta Constitution. 1 THE LOST BRACELET,. ITY X. IIIOElTS. a In "We detectives see some queer di thing,%" said John Jones, an old man who had spent his life on the secret m plolice- "but our life is not altogether or free from romance; and as I have y, nothing to do at present, I will relate a circumstance that occurred to me cc professionally: cc "Inulediately after the war it was o0 no sma...

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. — 22 October 1898

DEEAT OF THE DERVISHES-- THE SOUDAN RECONQUERED,I "Chinese" Gordon Avenged. O1IPLETL and TI overwhelhning is of the defeat of the M IDervishes. th January 27, 1885--England or was humiliated in Pr the Soudau by the hii rout of her troops, cl the assassination TI of Gordon and pe the fall of Khar- en toum, the capital ply of the Equatorial ly Provinces of th C Egypt and the an centre of British iutlueuce in Cen tral Africa. September 3, 13;8)--England and Gordon were avenged by the utter rout of the MIahdists, by the fall of Omdurman, the Mahdist capi tal, just across 9e from the ruins of Khartoum, Sthe complete re-establishment tish power in the rich Soudan iovinces. With the overthrow h3iahdist empire the last strong of the slave trade in the world been destroyed. oman who has routed the Dor es, Major-Oeueral Sir Horatio ert Kitchener, G. 11 C. M. .G., rendered the greatest service to TI] 114 Then, becoming bolder, the pretender of a sudden openly called himself the I ahdi, a name ...

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. — 22 October 1898

¶VHE TRU:E I)Ei;OCPAJT. O).iLAL ()VhINAI. OF THE PMIIsu. 1V. W. Proprietor.~~~ori·tl~ f:iil, ciipri~sº, it'I. p uºI~u 1 s i 1> 1: MT "`.`.t't'kD>.A V use 'tl :at ily. , a' M tficv at St. I'r:ls t r ile r. Msc n1II:s &a tr SATRDAY, O)CT 121 IJStS. AUES WHEM ALL ELS FAIS. Beet Cough Syrup. Taktia O(ts o. Uee Iotime. Polo by drngists. 0 - -- I -i SHIIOR{T C TS. irance disclaims any intention to interfere with England's posses sio1s onl thle uipper Nile. Van Wyck is miaking a htter show in New York thai vwas at first hoped for against Teddy the sohlier. Aul. exchange says ;Thoimas Bay ard left no fortune because lie lhad no plum tree to shake. He was ntot tihe sort of nman to shake plhtu trees. Had lie bee:n, lie would have found the tiee. It is now in order for the Clinton WVitchmiimni et als to assure MI's. McKiuley she is not disgraced be. cause she had a wicked brother. Tl.e Demlocratic paIrty, in so fhis as it has expressed itself by state lplattormns adopted to date is...

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. — 22 October 1898

- WOMEN from S ofr in e tion. is not woll tbese -. sfected. But when Aoron, and heahye a sprovision for the regu* Sthe mcnstirul function. cthe " hange cf Life." - need it. They are all by it. Ai . _--o SAMiCrY Depnrtmmet. Medicine Co., Chatta LOOPE, TpP*, Mite., sayst " irdfro.nv 6Yer lhtt Ul Litr1tlmseofl aMnd oCtors I'lo her. Win cf Cardrl ed her ya d aIls hpfed mly b99s1 ti Chaage of Li e." S: hO:oues lS. atld tomily nmioved t iheir nov, ,aSara last S iitu'day. list at i elrld nave in predicted tr to pro ,I3 v ,,:,,r been h arild Of :riajur t hi Dlttetiveoa re 1,ºt .en. er. t '] a .tll sýtIlcs t Plet- i f the hill, S it. r::nciavilie is 'atn. At .i.i COI t .n e C Sill i l p.. er, a,. !ira , .auh, hl rtth;. :int lr ,t a \ ill ' A tver thl a ,h ulc forac hi kit. il bh \ t h toAniih' ('it v. lOne e :i ' IO l Pt ' unt tlhtlre ilabout the (illl ofI TI ºhi Nl. Wilh-ox with his unu;l genesr-10 renteinht-re thiiu ,,fti.'e with tr 6larg0t pnionriranate. wover e pl - iinf gatht'er h...

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. — 22 October 1898

THE -:- TRUE - DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at BT. FRANOISVILLE, LOUISIANA. A Kansas man has named his baby girl Philippina Manila Schlcyetta 1)owetta Grimes. Perhaps it is merely a coincidence. but Spain sued for peace just one day after Miss Lizzie Lesdeuer of Okla homa announced that she had organ izod a company of female rough rid ers to go to war. The inventive facilities of thioAlter lean girl seem practically unlimited. The Atchison (Kau.) Globe says: "By tying sandpaper about her ankles an Atchison girl produces the same effect as by buying an expensive silk skirt. The pieces of sandpaper rub together and sound just like a $12 skirt." Pretty rough on the dressmakers, though. Travelers over the line of railway from the City of Mexico to the city of Vera Cruz are said to be greatly implessed with some of the engines they see in use on that route--double hqaders as they are termed. The Mexican railway company has already as many as adozen, adding them from time to time to its sto...

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. — 22 October 1898

)T INDIN ISLES, pDOZEN CO WITH CUBA AND pORTO RICO. A rem Are Unimportant, Rtt gegar(led as Quite Veula S istIc of the Isle of 'lnes j Wt Foothold In the West, d of the United States calls for the cession to the not only of Porto Rico, eo other West Indian islands " The average lln 111 knows two great Spanish ishands, a Porto Rico, but there are others, some of them ni, butothers regarded as able, islands are off the coast of a porto 1lico. The greater of them are near C'uba's shore, i be .a question for decision they shall belong to the tatee by the terns of the whether they shall be conrsic rtof Cuba. For the most ilands arO like the reefs god the 3ahnams. Some lcareous origin, being the d the same coral builders be seen through the trauis- t a still at work on the These keys vary greatly soe of them are islands r t( be habitable, with .br the conisImnptiou of cboh to make them their T"h largest of these { ao ern shore is the -no. its In estimated area e adiI udl its surface thre...

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. — 22 October 1898

Fall Medicine Is Fully os Imoortanrit and Benefl cial as Spring Modicine. finod's arnapartlla le j ist the modletne to koop tho blood rich and pure, croato an appal"', give good digestiou and tune and ., iugthen the great vital organs. It war i off ma'aria, fever3 and other forms of llness which so readJl.y ovurcome a waakL and 1oblllitatcd cystom. Hood's Sarsaparilla Ii Am.rlca's Greatest Medicino. Hood's P1ill cure indigestion. 'L. cnuts. UNIFORMM IN AFRICA. rc The Natlves Show a Love of Soldicre' a Ceet*of Garmonta. "In the course of my travels in WE >fouth Africa I have been greatly pt struck by the fondness of the natives for gaudy apparel, particularly uni- Al forms. These- are the caut-offt li- sE forms of the various regiments that W travo been stationed in the country ( from time to tim tI Here at Durbau d; oun can sec every day scores of na tive3 dressed, in most ludicrous fash ion, partlally clothed inu military up parel, the coa suIaly having all the buttons, stripes,...

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. — 5 November 1898

dE TRUE DEMOCL Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. WK, 'r,, Pub, and Prop ST. FRANCLSYILLE, WEST F1LICIANA PARISH, LA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 59 I - - RI E INLOUISIANA OF INTEREST GATHERED FROM THE WIRES. Bnrned to I)eath--.Alex I Mills Itunning Day and ,D.Natchitoches Tournament-- relererr Hanged at Win._boro. -i Presbytery Adjourns. i....he Red River Presby Saturtlay, after an in -ssion. Dr. Bowen, of plached Sunday. The next willbe held at Ruston in 1899. Good and Rice Coming In. .~The weather here is cold .-ice is coming in at a lively aes Independent, Crowley, on Eagle mills are all running Some of them are run t nd day. -daly echool Matter. I - s.-Mr. A. M. Mayo, of the State Interdenomina day Schools, is here, and is ed in organizing a parish o Sunday schools. He deliv Is address at the Methodist Friday night. sugar Mills Running. ai.-All of the sugar mills eries of this parish have corn running, but no actual reports weight of juice have been ascor...

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. — 5 November 1898

2:.d States , guarantee with us more ,ding army. jsachusetts hjas the best opinion own credit, anl takes up its snues with readiest promptitude. '000,000 just i:ssued Boston : took the lot at a handsome ,no f the critical writers on per ,,a' ýportment says that "perfumes .,e tue essence of vulgarity." This is especially important in view of the fact that most persons have hitherto supposed that perfumes were the es sence of flowers. o --P- ,, An influential movement is on foot in London to seize the opportunity offered by the renewal of the church yard behind St. Giles's church, Crip plegate, made necessary by the recent disastrous fire, to add this spot to the list of city gardens. 'I his churchyard is from its situation more restful and peaceful than the majority of the ohl graveyards, which have of late years been utilized for the benefit of the living, and it is felt that this spot, would be an ideal one for the erection of a statue or other memorial of Mil ton, who lived in th...

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. — 5 November 1898

ThRRESPONDENT'S IONS OF GUASINA. sW shot Went I)own 0e 0 , of the ,, ullets rbe° r.. Sn, "sln-luck riek rS I'tlar seins Ever Sang. , shall, the New York a, ondent who was correSpl has written his tor Scribner's Maga Sich the following ex eden shot. Every one aY men without cries, in i umpin the air, with ping huands. They just a clods in the grass. "m that the terrible thud tome .ck the earth was they struc t than the sound of Swere only wounded. Aod. ... - ,,, .. ,t h that is awe-lflt i h deth of soldiers on the ] Almost all of us have jud women die, but they in their carefully arranged doctors daintily hoarding . spark with loved ones about. But death from less awful than death from Ol the battlefield there are le scientific problems of crobes to be solved. There , no codding-nothing, 'othing but death. The -heis strong, he is vital, oe in himis at its fullest hen, suddenly, 'ehugl' he is waht 'chug' of the bullets jesh is nearly always plainly But the bullets which are so far ...

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. — 5 November 1898

ftbr3c e ptlc i, pec r rc - - ,3 Enrcrr,,: at tllD Z I ,; 4 0; iep n r. r'::,;l: l &V-tIPav, YcoY SITUD Yt N L O V 1v53. SC, 7 i ,! +7 , i F 'SWý _-a"').;I:a: Ra:: SHORCI .cUTS. Vote l" Robelrtsoc adil Sims ! T'le Emperor of Cliiia has Ar , sinny livess s i cat. lie has dieil three tihmesn ut montiil,. If the Emllilpres of (e1a0.1,I1y hla eol)snm ptioni, is short Stay ill 1les Tine will linot ero her. \Vi!heli hlias sm:thing elso i: view, not that. 1~I njor ail:archand's leaving .Fa. odli to commlunicate with hik gFv. eritueiit, relieves the4 l'raimno.lrit ish *itiition of mnrieih of it t voo ;l in. Even so correct a writ'er as (i'iv. is of the Advoente speimal: s of yelow fever "in oulr midst." Located l tliere it ir i ideed productive of bla_k voumit Frank B. Loete,t le baink wrenker, ans recently dietd,"iu the New Or jlells prlison "of shamlie." VWere tlcire an plilllemfic of harlne soei places would be depopulated. Concerning high license, which is being discussed in 1:as...

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. — 5 November 1898

d.bhLh:can t' neom iarn e to do teir wrk iktf. That makes Frcg lecy *9 painful, slhortens Oandsastens recovely fter dIId-birth. It hel,;s a womtan ir stron health;y chid e:n. af QBI Italso bro ht happi:,ess to -iands of mnmes arren for , Afer adc)sesoftenbrings to lov ig b'tnrts that lorng darlnlg bav. No vwo:an Aildneglectt td-ry it for t:iii timble. It cures j ic cases out die All drug~ ~s~K s s:lU Wine delsi. $1.oo P'r bu:tie. uitr a In tases '. : .... .s.. e ,c f On&addr'ess ' £ c 0 , $5.1001&h *.1r5 ! 1n I first took ,. . C:;:". .hat ben married "' ' 3. ;. ,ut uld slthave any 0,':;'": e ' :, , ne S nahllAl r 1 asi a t- j . .' isno luterest tlaniiiattdt&) i1 the iTuesday becau-e everc, body is logcotton froum 'Woodville has be -piu. of Mr. Inghl Connell's childron developed yellow ;'vcr, in th: last i l, i I F. :.-sh :: 'I bl "t - ot of the hill, St. i'ilncs; i illo. aforget the conll; imiunetl .iection sy next. S. M. ohertI,'on ftor man. R. N. Silms Jr for railr...

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. — 5 November 1898

CONDENSED NE\VS ITEMI A SUMMARY ARRANGED FOR HASTY READERS. 'unh's Review Says Businees Is s Effeted by the Foreign War Scare..--McKinley Reg liters as an Ord!"ary Elector..-Fatal Mine EploIonI...Three New Warships. Sullivan says Sharkey will defeatto Corbett. sac Gus Hamilton, a well-known inter All national jockey, died in Toronto. haE Dewey cables that all is quiet at Pe- yei king, with no trouble to American in terests. foi Marchand has arrived at Cairo and W will personally report the situation at ha Fashods. " b lic Secretary Hay says he knows noth- s ing of the resignation o$ the Spanish in commissioners. ge The wvar'in'veatigatbrs are testing the of water and other features of the osmp at Chickamauga. d Three men were killed by an explo- " sion of a boiler in Calumet and Hecla m mines at Lake Liiden, Mich. . The police raided the Yale Scientific t' - school at New Haven, Friday, which t had been stealing dogs to vivisect. l The battleships Kentucky, Kearsage and Illinois, n...

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