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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 November 1898

THIE BONS OF COLUMBUS. Mystery Enshrouds the Final Resting Place of the Great Discoverer. V1ery and secrecy surround the ,atlionini avana, Cuba, of the of Columbus, and this fact ,gien rise to grave rumors, which ar to have some foundation, as tehas been no attempt at denial oy source. The removal of the fs fs effected behind the closed So the Cathedral, which were ed by an armed forced. Few of muthorities were present, the Softhose who were to attend be ,nded to the Chief of Police the ; before in General Blanco's own writing. 0offioial account of the ceremony tatement regarding the condition tie remains has been made public, it has leaked out from an authori source that they are not in the condition as when they were in the niche. When the remains were placed in mansoleum a small casket was en containing coins, gold and i~ medals, precious stones and Jsof parchment, as was then the upon the occasion of a burial. appears that this casket had been pered with and rifled of its con ...

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. — 5 November 1898

Soldiers From the War Bring the germs of malaria, fevers and other ,liieases, which may proveoontagious In their own families. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is a special boon to soldiers, because it erailicatos all disease germs, builds up the debilitated system and brings back health. Every returned soldier and every friend and relativaof ooldiers should take Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. $1;six for $5. Hood's Pills cure sick headache. 2o. POLITICAL PARTIES' EMBLEIMS. Daises, Primroses, Carnations, Volets and Others Adopted as Symbols. It is interesting to note the various eriblems adopted by parties in various countries. Probably the most popular emblem nowadays is the primrose of April 19. On the day of Parnell's death his followers wear a sprig of ivy, Jacob'lites sport oak leaves on Royal Oak day, May 29, and ever since the birthday of James III., in 1688, they have worn white roses on June 10. Red carnations are also a Jacobite em blem. In France Orleanists wear white...

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. — 12 November 1898

SROfficial Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. I LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 41. 1U PISTOLl Ot 0 0 -) r e O AMMONIA, WATER, OOLOONE, -OR OTHER O LIqUID. sisweaPon whioh protects bileyclite aglnt dogs and foot'pals; travelers against rob and toughs; homes against thieves and tramnps,. Iadapted to many c er situations. ndo0e not kill or injure; it Is perfectly safo to 1 makes no noise or smt.ký breaks no law and no lasting regrets, .5s does the bullet pistol. eaply and ampl1 rotects 'y compelling the to gve undivide attent to hun-slw for matead of to the intended vilctim. ll-theonlyreal weapon which protctsandalso . fun, laughter and lots of it; it shoots, not but many times without reloading; au I will c by its appearance in time of danuer, al. hb loaded only with liquid. It does not get out isdnrable, handsome, and nickel plated. Mae bozed and post-paid by mail with full di...

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. — 12 November 1898

CHILOREN'S COLUMN., t *1 Willy witle4M. It was an ancient timepiiece, It set the ancient sun Wlhn it sald four o'clhck A. 31. The night its course had run. When it chimed six P.M. The sun went straight to bed, Nor dared so muIIh as from its couch To raise its auburn head. Till Willy Witless hid within The depths of its great case; Th'n grave old Time ,began to splh A frightful rapid pace. At two A. M. proclaimed 'twas four At six P. M. cried "Eight!" Then Insolently to the sun "Why are you up so late?" It roused the maids to milk the cows While night still lowered black; It stopped the dance upon the green While day was young-alack. Oh, Willy, Witless Willy, man! Just see what you have done By hiding in the old clock case To have a hit of fun! -New York Herald. Prince Edward's Idea of Blliss. Prince Edward of York, Queen 1 Victoria's great-grandson and a poSn sible king of England, is a jolly little fellow, very decided, however, in his i likes and dislikes, although on first 1 acqu...

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. — 12 November 1898

-CTED GOV YORK. jorlty in the Four Congress. jrk Goes for Van on of Congress. - ! SSMEN. I Democrats and one I Democrats. Six Republicans, one One Silver Republican, I cat.-Four Republicans. te.One Republican. ,Two Democrats. -Eleven Democrats. .Eleven Republicans, ten and one Populist. ,Eight Democrats and five even Repi;blicans. _,Nine Democrats and blican: *aSeven Demn o ats. Four Republicans. dFour Republicans and stt-- Eleven Republi two Democrats. _Twelve Republicans. ,0t---Four Republcans and mecrats. ippi-Seven I)emocrats. _iThirteen Democrats, one mocrat and one Re)publican. h-Three Republicans, twc a one Populist. i_-One fusion. Hspshire-Two Republicans. York-Nineteen Republicans Democrats. Carolina.-Five Democrats, lists and two Republicans. Dakota.-One Republican. -Fifteen Republicans and six te. -Two Republicans. ylvania.--Twenty-two Repub d six Democrats. Island.--Two Republicans. Carolina.-Seven Democrats. Dakota.-Two Republicans. ee.-Eight Democrats; two -Twelve Dem...

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. — 12 November 1898

T' 'n ; LUFý I)EAI4)4"A'IX W. wV. LTA KE, .JR. , Pr4,prietor. fMR~S. M. L. LEAKS:, Edcitor.ý Slb4 I iptiuii, per u:ýucunr - - l1.0 1i'.,~ El) J.\ICII tATUI I)AY. f' ývile L a., ýº srecoii eIss guatter S LOt iAY, (iV-. 12 IS9S. ýJ. Eo : ti , L 1 FA{LS. W.VBest 1ýun Syrup. 'nstý^i tlv. Use Is sc D r. 7..r r,.r,~~' fý - --- L C SHORT CUT3. 'rhsbitgivi ig dldy i~rNov 24. 1 T'hiiere' i a geod cIIutIIo Ilint I ht Mttiii Tlieiresa is not loset after all. It'i8,; bI we, fcri'iI in New Yoik T.' ly,' tlheswsoldit.I onti au V~tv Wycek, the juldlge. UIntle k3nin ml nizikeM a poor Ioii;"e nttin witen it o mels toI el ling I IMP h JIiri iaI(IR to ''miiov1e on" and ont of Next ýMarcti ;erasi will fall onu St. .Vwlietieiu' day. 'I'Tis year, it wvas en Washbingtonu's birthday, Old SChrouuos consupires tq double ou thce r cialitlays of the year. Now Urleaus will hto.,ahtyy tenu tcie tin itnpoli tug (Ii ueral lror(wsiOýi1 at the bur'ial of Lieut Augustiv Shlien his remauins reacili that city. lie was ...

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. — 12 November 1898

c 4ý ,,oided. II te ern! ofi 4s8+'= ,a.l" , Slicrel yo~th jrth it elp a ,na "Q theatY Cl-l'lif in tb do thecir work j 'jsbnt rnapk? prS g. lespainful 5hlorte-cj $gsteflS reC`: °-: " nite jt.It helps a vlc~rman pronghealtLYr chiii~dren. j1>s brouakht h'appif~eS to ds of ýomee barrenl for "Afew dcSCsea oftt a b: in loving hearts tl:at Y3lug ýdsrllng baby. 1'o 'o' au n)eglcctto try it ftý : lIs it cures finl cases Oclt All druggists sell Winue ~; " , fr buttle. Mibqk is els rerfr '1 enecclkJ "Ladles' Arv'SC Y L-rho:rCt G tatua a t E'= s Clc. ,-~!8 Twa. of ýcf'faran, CGa., tots: I lrst toot WiVe cfCsrdu p bMP married t!:ree ,ears. 9 w~tbaro~fY r;;sc:cn. k::ta iB~cr .:lsd fats :: ,i. of t4 Kv ý tit t tlt~t:` (ir.:tnlr,; tgt'e fl~eCar srur balnd. w*r ii idea dlii' uZ 1$1t '-mineIV" t, is were inI ti.n( .1t !he, mland tht lt' cool andl plrn;4nf. gfuot of tlme Lill $t. 1'rummt' ilie. It litat MrtIy it fl 't) tmfnt mmimc b cows. *6-- - - R . Estkri;it ll:ii b.*cI ii r'A ! i T a tl, omcr, ...

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. — 12 November 1898

WARNS HER SISTERS. DO NOT MARRY FOREIGN FOR j " TUNE HUNTERS, One Who IHan had Experlence Writes a ]Book for the I:.ýpecial Benefit of Those Who Would Sink Themselves Into Perdition. OMITESSE Loveau S , t de Chavanne, an ' 1,Amnrican girl, has Swritten from her own experiences a book, in which she ' r advises other Am erican women to avoid entering in to alliances with j foreign noblemen. ' 'iThe comtesse her self has had a most unfortunate ex perience. She was Ouirda Benson of Brooklyn, the daughter of Henry John Benson, a captain in the revenue serv ice, and a niece of John Benson, the /California millionaire, and also of Archbishop Benson of Canterbury. She went to school at Paris, and there she ý, met the count, who married her, as i. she now knows, because of the million dollars she inherited from her San Francisco uncle. The coutnt himself S. COUNTESS CIIAVANNE. was of a splendid family and.a mem ber of the family of the famous ar tist, Purvis de Chavanne. When the count had s...

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. — 12 November 1898

T EffR' FINISH , you, ysl ºýýýntiatjoYS, to greet you, r.ats-nv •a to ethe hanu l etl 'ia t lands ot thsat 0 eyea grow wet we aOeetyJu' Y -- g _peen h etosee you; ...ashing;ton Star. Srlgntiso Trenches. ale shared hardships really shared them, nuot the same places andl same fights, but gnuie th last hardtack, drank d $antiago water from "teen, lain side by side he trenches for days aund Ve, and had your shirt same bullet that grazed e you have done all this ou get to have a feeling is hard to describe; not brother!y feeling, but a likiag, the whole mean 'isconveyed by the words, ,e pretty rough wlln enn tines, in a good-hearted bone fellow is lazy ani d einthete-t and let the , do all the work about o her fellow kicks; he goes t, grabs his buuky by the ,tches him out. "Get to ay son of a gun," he says, g pretty nearly like it. not mean anything, that. fellow swears back and puts e scrap, perhaps, but he ds. It is the buuky's way. onecase of two buukies really t and scrapping, ho...

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. — 12 November 1898

Catarrh Cured hlood Purified by Hood's Sarsapa rilla and Health Is Cood. "I was troubled for a long time with oa tarrh and a bad fooling in my head. I be gan taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it did me a world of good. suffferings from Mtarrh are over and my health is good.' Vrs. A. A. Libby, Pownal, Maine. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1; six for $5. Rood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. Scents. I8R THOMAS LIPTON. Sir Thomas Johnstone Lipton, knight, has the reputation of a true sportsman, is a multimillionaire and has various business interests in thli country. He began life as a laborer On a Carolina rice plantation and rose to his present position by force of in tellect an9. business ability, A gift I 'a , i)or 9f $125,000 in Jubilee year won him histltle of baronet His boat Will be namet the Shamrock. The AmericA's cup was frst offered a the "One Hundred Guinea Cup" by the Royal Yaobt squadron of Cowes, E1ngland, for' tompetition, open to tachts of all nations,...

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. — 19 November 1898

I¶E TRUE DEMIOCRA Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. , rPub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 42. 'TYLE PUMPKIN PIE. (ancy custard pio, mince or game, faDgled article, for the name. o'iar's some I know, ttfrom thie rest, old.fahineýdl pumpkin pies ilove the best. ' for a piece, right now, that mother male, homrne from school I'd got ad ln I'd wade. l mymout'h is somewhat large), I'dreport t tOtars, 't give mno atnotler piece It mussed my ears. / here a lifetime since, With what I got, .idream4 i'm back again old famililar spot. at such times, I can find, ttry shelf arrayed, good old pumlpkin pieS, that mother made. -I'iiladclphia Times. !t ._ ýc' eiý-e:^^ " a1~3k^e i with at 0 WEDDING RINGS. s te-me?9 table, i Old AIRLY though it Hyde was, I had just face to heard the whistle "He of the postman at the door, and tacled leaned over the about banisters to in- cept quire of my land- is alw l...

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. — 19 November 1898

The "preservation of thle l'ca'~ I: Europe bymeans of naviesal stai:l ing armies costs $950,00Q,0(o a ya:'. When Spain gets ready to ihlla i'i tate her navy she otughit to have sllil, built in this country. She has had convincing proof that we kuw Ii,,w to construct such things over here. Black powder has seen its last days. The American troops at Salliago,,with their black powder, made a target for the enemy, which gave them great ad vantage in locating our soldiers. With smokeless powder aund modeori guis of high penetrative power the Ameri can regular will be more than a match for any soldier in the world. As American soldie's go out from Porto Rico American b1ausiness men are going in, and the islanders are al ready feeling the good effects of the Yankee methods and Yankee "gohead itiveness." The Porto Rican mer chant is said not to be wholly lacking in shrewdness, and he may be safely expected to share in the benefits his island is to receive from American rule. Boarding-house...

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. — 19 November 1898

STANDING ARMY 1 Y ADJUTANT GENERAL gE IN IS ANNUAL REPORT. Summary of the Army of tho geryet Man Looks Fit to ,d the Asertion of a Foreigner, lsered the Embarkation. .zoi -Adjutant eneral wore ~ made his annual report to hretr of war. It contains oet statistical natur about the The Stheil United States, including battl ular and volunteer branches. haus rbin shows that at the break- stacl rofI the war the regular army TI of 2,143 officers and 26,040 unti men. dayc ssing the volunteer army, time Corbin shows the legislation re- 0r1 it and gives in detain the dif- The organlzations called out from The irious States and territories. hau length of the volunteer army at ihet point, which was during wes 8,875 officers and 207,244 men. The aggregate strength His * regular and volunteer armies 11,108 officers and 263,609 en men. character of enlisted men is to I n'ed upon in the following: pai 5assembling the regiments of the I army at the beginning of the Dr rith Spain, the character 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. — 19 November 1898

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL JOTRNAI, OF TTlE PARIS1F. W. W. LEAI(E, JR., Pro prietor. i MMtS. M .1. IE. LE. hI; Editor. Sullaoriptron, per a.ntn - - ItiRL'J FVE!Y SATURDAY. Ein ter'etI at the P'ost Offi(-et it St. n':i8 yiile, Ia., as beco]I cli; s matter. PATULfl)AY, 1OV 19 1898. =. a Beet Cough Syrup. 'tLkr.ur: Ouod. Uso In Lhncr. Hold by drej gI'xs. I~FI~rLflI SMAL~L SLICES. The e.es:ion of the Li. St:ate Uni versity )beginls Nov 30. There have bocit ieo new cases of fever in \Vilson since Oct 30. The inlepeloident eaindlidattI for railroad commissioner, Set oon ol St. Landry, had quito a hard "set (loo00" as tli f cotch would say. Cattle-raising is an itilnstry not to he despised, and the fact that many are turning atte ntion to it, is one sign-of bope in these dark times. The N. 0O. States:!andmits that there were a great many cases of j'malarial fever" in the city, this tdll. We have not lost faith ill the Slates yet. Loinsiana people shouilI, antd al most all 41o, feel a l ri...

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. — 19 November 1898

.E PEMOCRiATI Miý bli bnsit others! day. so4, t Iolin c oTI aen-d. • "- r S twit s tow te givl teget~n hd sand neso ieon do their work reh That makes preg Afew doi shortenrgs loving hearts that long. darling baby. 1o woman 1 leglectto try it fo' this oIt cbures ine cases to ll ovin heargists seat long $1i. $.ooper bottle. h .b ue t reS ine sce Io t» orSS grt eirct ii Medicine Co., ChGbat ofjethseon, Ga., says: *htI 1 rit took Wine of Cardul btd been married the years but ae Ib M a fine girt baby." tn cal ank will be closed Thursday next agiving day. h's New Seusatio" Show was here, Tý ibitod Monday night. weather from Sunday to WVedu%- ma san bad, rainy and cold. fr eeetling of the PythiantS was held lay uight,on account . bad weather. h --' -----· ~- oI i wind did a rtushing busineis otn i Sy,if the merclhalts di:l not. a bliug's is i he gquartcrs for garden now. See hi al. • TSTES, all styles at Plet , of tLe bill St. FranCisville Mr. White purchased 41 head of forE. L. Newalh...

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. — 19 November 1898

LOUISIANA NEWS NOTES. LOUISIANA ART LLERISTS MUSTERED OUT AT NEW ORLEANS. Proposition to buy Swamp Lands I)eclined -.-Skeleton Found in the Woods Near r Lake Charles...Univetity of I.ouisiana to f Open November 30th1 . State University to (Open on the 301th. BATON 1IOO(E.-Col. Thos. D). Boyd, president of the Louisiana State Utni- c versity, announces ofticialy that the next session of the university will open c on Wednesday, Nov. 30. City Council Increases Saloon License. C MoNRnoE.-The city council, at its special session Friday evening, in creased the liquor licecse to .$20. The " council will pass a stock ordillnance at its regular session prohibiting the running at large of animals. A hig Ca; go. NEW ORLEANS. - The steamship I Monarch cleared Friday for Liverpl. ol with the largest general cargo ever carried from this port, embracing 2,(30 bales of cotton, 128,000 bushels of corn, 19,000 staves. Weight of cargo, 1 18,303,000 pounds; value, $372,000. Skeleton Found in tie , oo0d...

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. — 19 November 1898

AND GARDEN, Apples for PiK. Mtterto cook fallen apples pruml>kin, beets, carrots 0tables from the garden ther to pigs raw. Then or ~heat middlings is the mess it will make ,ll not only be greedily il' fit the pig for the on corn that is needed _-- ok solid, and nout liable e th.ryiug pan. Driling for (Grani. troubl!es in drilling grain - this seed is ,ot in deeper ldhe, there ;s oi ly a siuall rv soil drot)lted over it, wale so loose that some dry heathc' follows, the t get moisttlre enough to it Sometilues the whole tolled down. But this .ed mnchl too deeply. To an attachmient to the den devised, which is a lug in the track of the and piessitg the soil ut the seed just so soon as This leaves the ridge n to the young grain in _ping, as the ridge will be ;a by freezing, g0a.king a g for the wheat roots, be heaved up by alternate aid thawing. eeverythinI, nests, peclehes, Pat a pold of sulphur .in an ; set it in the middle of' the ia shovelful of red hot cc,als e the house up tigh...

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. — 19 November 1898

SCIENTIFIC SCRAPS. Jupiter, from its mass and rate of rotation, can prevent the escape of every gas known to chemists. The annual increase of the German nation during the last five years has been more than live times as much as that of the French. No deep-sea sounding is now con sidered trustworthy in less asamlple of the bottom is lbro)ght up by the sound ing apparatus, as evidence that the lead has reached the solid ground. Entomologists of the department of agriculture have discovered that the destroyers of silver maples are being themselves destroyed ,v the coccopha gus lecanii, a small internal parasite. Kohlma nu Isoe:ltal, an English man, and Dr. You lKotumoki, a BerliTl cheimist, assert that they have invented a match that will s:rike an'vywhere, and no phosplhorus is useut in it. This invention, they say, will do taway with the horrors of mtcrosis, to which e:a ployes in match factories are subject. An invention, now in practical use, that is destined to revolutionize the p...

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. — 26 November 1898

1ETRU DEMORCRAT Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliolana and School Board. Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE,.WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1898. - VOL. VII.---NO 43. 1. n ae | amm • na n  m nan n ma ilo turne . near - put c he e turns ferer ACi~4 sthis IE GOLD COIN. ,erv IE dlay was draw- are ing to a closs . TI Though nut dark, froT the aid of artificial bent assistance, for any roan taxation upon the nut sight, was fast be- vor coming necessary. h esc 'Undoubtedly Mr. coul B rown - j unnior wag partner of the firm and of 13rown, Baylo < retu Co. -thcnght as part much, for upon en- dealt tering the office he wea ily turned toward the button e A md in an instant a myriad of bro ug electric lights glowed here e over the room. "s moment he had crossed the space in front of the office door, cov wan alcove inclosed by a low it railing, and drawing up a edrevolving chair, seated hin- you his desk. he set diligently to work in a thatwould have been wor...

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. — 26 November 1898

In some parts of the iondlike gold is now worth its weight in firewood. Uncle Sam stands at the head of the league this season. HIe has fielded his position without an error and has made more base hits than anybody. There seems to be a hard tussle between Spain and France for tail-enders. A report from Georgetown, British Guiana, to the Commercial Museum calls attention to the anomalous fact that while the United States send mules and horses to that country, the harness is still supplied from Glasgow. As our workmen can certainly com pete with the Scotch artisans in this branch of industry there is no con ceivable reason why British Guiana, which since we have acquired the Antilles is our neighbor, should not turn to this market not only for her harness but for all her industrial sup plies. The Memphis Commercial Appeal says: We are in the habit of thinking of Russia as a compact, powerful na tion, able to crash any other single nation on the face of the earth. On paper she has the ...

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