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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 26 November 1898

I ------- iNA HAPPENINGS. SbLEANINGS FROM OVER THE CREOLE STATE. etio of Deputy Sizemore at Rue. I 0 y of a Negro Woman Found Un.- i g*llroad 1Bridge...LaFayette Sa- \ e in Clover.**Other Items. t, 6 s .h.----- h James Heffner Pardoned. th SRoUGE.--Upon the reeom- to ti of the trial judge and lieu overnor, Governor Foster has n ed James HIeffner, who was ed in Caddo to the parish ed a fine of $50 for contempt SI aloo n Win a Big P.int. ºr1E.lThe police jury has y repealed the high license c and ordered a popular elec ce 17 to decide whether the shall be $200 or $1,00'). The men have made a lardd fight and C really won a victory in favor of nse. . -- - - Captain D. Dargre Dead. cEMINE.-Cap!aill D. Dargre, 62 years, a native of the parish ,t Baton Rouge and a prominent erof the Louisiana Pilots' asso died Saturday afternoon at the ace of his son-in-law, Mr. Ber A. Rodriguez. The deceased Sa widow, four daughters and sons. Nardi Gras on February 1I. ORLEANS .-The New Orleans ivl has at...

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. — 26 November 1898

1'H -T TR UE I)EMOCRLAT. OFFICIALJUuIIYAic . OF ThEI PAIUISII. WV. IV. LEA KI, JR., Proprietor. MIRS. 3!. E. LE.AK t,-'L , itor. Mubscriptiunio, lpr ahnuiifL - - $1.50 1e V :L EvxltY SA't[;IILUAY. ~ -I~J ~r------ -L_ :iLcru atJuh Post (ffice tit `:t Frir~ui* Billu, La. ayrsucond cl'ass t Ituer. SPTTURDAY, \UV- _'t; 1s93 M AM :&crrq Beet uý yrup. ' netto (U451. ti S.IMALL SLICES. Yesterday was Labor Day. \We know it. WVe worked all day. Dr. lly, of thi "IInsano Asylum has fitted up a reading-roomn for his patieInt, aill!l requests COl.t i nil iioIns of papers and magazines from the charitablle. We note the latntalizing item that in Bonrbon Co, 1iy, ttrkeys ont foot ore sold at 5 ets each. The mic~nt', planur3 goets to a ' charbnt I to ibuty lwhat lie could Piave raised 1:t honie, that nmoiniet be is losing money. It sugatr.e;ie be Iplanted'onlly sufficient to make syrup for home consumption, it is a steplin the right direction. N'egro fiarers in this parish'are showing a grow iu...

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. — 26 November 1898

Wei ~~ALLW tto to or Jlbr Ptin (Hi -00 of 0rtotion to a woman Is WOt wNI t c are 5ffcctad. But when T ar ong and hsnithy a 0Z1 t very wlQm swciv ti ,ý*r'r p1ov1 on fer rqiF dlb of the mnstralu fwcfbin. s ulurer 'fcrmll troube." It ,qua Y effcc:ive for the ýIrl is If teea, the yocu wife with do- rf and maternal cares, and pwproaching the period Doan as the "Change of Llfe." toy all need it. They are all sd ty It. _-0-- adwCe In oa' rquIrtnflg epelal ýQirees. r1':Ing %vmpFtorryt r'aA$' AhvIu3rY DepdtiCerlt, ý.Cbptt3OP Mcdtc~rA Co., Chata ý,, eoa Tepid,, 0 iia., gayst Ni ' riievher W1 E103 of Cariul y. lauhaII, the popular contractor S1u Ling a fancy roof on the'istern house I reidesne. -, L F. H. Tenney entertaiuned a party ies, Saturday afterno011, at an iufore reeeption. , W. T. Douglas will hhli service at ,Church, 11 . in. to morrow. r'Willis Daniel of Star Hill killed a earn old hog, this week, weiglhibg lbs gross, and 490 lbs net. piece of coal, at the oil mill, was tl with gli...

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. — 26 November 1898

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL, THE NEWS OF 'WASHINGTON, GOVERN M-N TAL AND OTHERWISE. Secretary Long r iecommends a Larger Navy..-Tihe Chicago to Be Placed il Com mlssion---Not So Many Troops Needed in Cuba for Garrison Duty..-Other Items. Treauitry Statelllet t. Saturdays statement of the condi- t tion of the treasury shows: Available t cash balance x29:5,082,083, gold re serve $211,285.011. Seereta y Long ý-uIggests a Larger Navy. In his forthcoming annual report l Secretary Long will recomnu:nd that colllgrt ss, liring its coming session. authorize a large increase of ships and men for the naval establishnent. Proof to the Contrary. Through the State department Sec retary Long has sent to the American peace r' )iu issiol0ers two reports con cerning the sit:iation in the Philipines, for use in controverting the Spanish claimii that Spanish sovereignty in the island, has continued intact. Frey Ottir:uhr. The treasury department has recom mended to the secretary of war that quinine be admitt...

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. — 26 November 1898

I,, :. It X11I fa 4 TOQUES MADE AT HOME, year. gF For Odd Bits of Velvet, Feath- first g era and Tulle. house are a few half.season toques on a with a little ingenuity, odd bits When iet, tulle and feathers, can be the e\ at home, over well-shaped wire triu A fascinating arrangement a new se.colored velvet, all wrinkled and tl Itally and resting against the gown i crossed in front by a loosely col knot in light gray satin. The of the knot, which puffs up found the velvet folds in front, holds it?" s two stuffed guinea fowl feathers had irole flatly back over the smooth had crown. It is an exceedingly o design, suitable to accompany is pA .made gown, and is, as may be A _d, very easily executed. cuse other coquettish little headdress comn pansy blue velvet, drawn to the and, tin two sharp reveres. Over the g back reveres is a high-lifted, to be ar bow, knotted from a bias tears of lavender taffeta, the centre of older knot being a twist of pansy blue unpl Two fancy pearl hat pins, bn...

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. — 26 November 1898

Catarrh III tho h L:º", With I 1t- rtrln ;n! i hi the perroanlitly ('uri" Le IL-T l +rº rii, Do not Ililhy withI 'l ;ii1.pi »ti u. I ~n! v c I~ lt -ir ) ' "r 1:, I int Ir r bleenl thu i'Atuiýu7i tlisi~ that t oat trrh. r Hood's Sarsaparilla IsAineri ca'+r : t M Iat ·! ( ·. l; . t r: Hood's Pills ANDERSON AT ANDOVER. An Able Attempt ast Alllteratilon Aly how. Augustus Anderson's Aunt A.\!,, o anxiously awaited Au astu-'s arrlial :t Andover. Aunt Ablie anntually atk ,ld Augustus, and Augustus alw;ys aI 'i)' ed, and autumn after autumnl, arriv I at AndoIver, as arrangedt . Aun arrived and anxiou-ly asked Aunt Ah, ble about apples. Aunt Albi; aus; :' ed, "Aye, Augustus, alr ls arn a :un dant." Augustus ats tn apple, an Aunt Abble asked Augut;tus' assistt-l, about arrangining a.ters. Airultus a: s!tled Aunt Abbie about anything :l".t ed. and Aunt Ahbie always alp r-cias' I Augustus' amiabtlo acts. Aunt Alliet. asters artistically a rran-r d, it A~ i st a; askil Aunt Abble aiout aflriit...

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. — 3 December 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. P&E, Jr,, Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1898. VOL. VI--NO 44. , . T. WWjzlaM. lo-Pr6. 1J. J. ,1o'hII . circulation all the ot New York wipes out i war agains that he do _ y' TALKS OF HIIS own argur poIESTIC iDUTIES. as Calhoui and Lama regime of FRMS ALL T T H kORES generated and stop t ee of Cook He Is "General But the ty Boy''-Newspaper Art[- such mein CY~BOY" wP ser Ahave fatt cle Angers Hii. would p} -- could. '1 would I were a boy again," Roosevell e poet. That's what I am. nated, an is no other boy about these was an 1 We have had no cook for first revs ths-no man servant nor maid noble In only a boy. I rise before the in Georl he the fire, take up the ashes, the reorel the room, then fire up the stove South Cebel kitchen, fill up the kettle, put York ci hbominy, grind the coffee and prevalen ring the bell for my female aids em ijloo -,ho appear in due time...

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 December 1898

MY BANDIT BAND) When in the dusk of evening, I come to where Y se Three little faces at the window looking down at me, "w. And hear the shout of "Papa," and the sound of scampering feet, And find myself a prisoner ere I can beat retreat; The robbers seize my parcel and search my pockets through, And bear me to their castle in spite of all that I can do. There the queen of this banditti gently chides thelr boist'rous gl0o, 'And asks how many kisses It will take to ransom me. Oh, is there any pleasoro i alU the busy day 'That's quite as sweet as listening, then, to what the children say? oelen thinks a hundred kisses are enough to ransom me, ISI'll change them all for pennies bright as soon as I amn free; While Henry olaims that "Papa is more valuable than that;" And so the roscal confiscates my overcoat and hat. lut tender-hearted Josephine makes terms for my release; "We'll let you go, dear papa, for just one kiss apiece." When I've paid my ransom duly, this valiant robber band Es...

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 December 1898

THE FASHODA AFFAIR. Events Leading Up to the Crisis Between Great Britain and France. . 7N NVOLVED in the Fashoda incident, I which brought c Great Britain and t France to the r very verge of war, t is a question c which is purely t territorial. The story of Sudanese I history leading up to the culmination = at Fashoda is at long one, but much of it is necessary to a ,lear understanding of the situation at oreBent. In the Egyptian Sudan, south of ehartum and north of Equatoria, lies he Bahr-el-Ghazal, which isathe terri ory in dispute. This land was form rly a province of Egypt. In area it b about five times the size of Eng lnd. It is covered with forests and mountains, and possesses fine valleys which are subject to inundations. The reat river, or Bahr-el-Ghazal, flows through it, with numerous tribu taries, which form a labyrinth of streams. Fashoda is situated to the north of this labyrinth, on the Nile proper, and commands access to all the streams that feed the Ghazal. It is ...

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 December 1898

rrs `T-f' ý.sw[:a/sLri- .CýTýI :4'? %l.:I. Ld J ~f. TIlE Tli' W. IV . I:A i 1, t , ir toi SuLmeription, psr :uia - 1.50 I',uiL, LVUBHT bA3i'I 'AY. rr ~-c~-- ,_-~~---~, - -. -i Euterel itt the I'Po4 Oflco at fi. Francis. Silt', Tat., a as eg itI cIose u.auttcr. SATURDAY, DEC. 3 1S98. Boar tos (;OcxL Use Inp r uc p 6dnpsists. SMALL SLICES. The fillowing clever toat was Ipropoosed by ita lay at a bauuclet, at whlich a nil,er of army men were pres1ºst: "Yo~lr armcs our d (,fenSe Outtr ars, yotl recomnlpenlse," TIhere cani be no dolhbt that iun tl ditinm to ':heig a lthoronIgh going and hoisest though brusque, tellow, Roos.evelt i. i jl-o olly d111(1 g,od ittutredi. This is one of the se: . of his populari:vy. Gen ShafteC,:' is lravo ec, g' to a:lmit that hn n:i.l an; error at Ei Cauey-N.'0. (tem. Most persous art: wher. "ac:ul'ht in the act." T'ho ' United States cf : Crentral A.Iturici: aro slr oad.y disrupted. hfl' itlnf, for, ov , *..... , t,;;. tlte cashicr of the restaurantr said...

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 December 1898

.re some pl;i ters who s.v that oill eoleavingcottUn in the fields for to pick. lool " hedul. . F. Branch of Y. &, M. g Irain leaves for Slaughter, 10:- atti Arrives from Slaughter 2:30 p.m. .Wberhouse, next door to E. L. fog 's residene is being painted. groceries and nice canued goods an bhnd, at Mrs. L. Farrolly's, Pto the Bank. M--------i M giS, in all styles at Plet ., foot of the hill St. Francisville. C S. 1 Rena Rosenthal is clerking for Mr. at his out-of-town store. 0utrast with Thanksgving Day setr there was ial equal number of ladies tlemwe, at Grace Church, last Sun gIlwman, Robt Tl'ow and G. S, fiel a are the commissioners of elcc -'pinpt by Mayor Nowshamn and ( - t of of Election Kilbourne. le da ,Montgomory and Mrs. Kilbourne -hargoof hoe Christmas festivities e Church Sunday School. ret Win. Ta hlor Douglas will officiate eChurch, Sutlday. Ils sermnon. l is postponed fioml St. Audrew'sa will be addrese partichttlarl to di thongh ladies will be welcdm'fe also,. -...

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 December 1898

-- - - - --- E1RIP,)EAN CABLEGRAM. 4 COMMERCIAL TREATY BET.WEEN ITALY AND FRANCE SIGNED. Am~rlricla, Politlcians Say, Will be Com. piled to Add to Her Colonial Posses Mionf af Eiglanl IIas..IDon Carlos Pre. patrin" to Seizo the Throne. Lor,oN.--France and Italy, who are in a decade of tariff warfare, have unrpri'le their friends and enemies by c,!, lini1iig a coumnercial treaty which pro';,iies to shift the ba!ance of power iI E~tlrpe. Butt for the friendship of the I'oited States, which emboldens (;reat lBr.iiain into co)mparativo indif f,'..nc regarding continental com itii nsi,o,, the British would be rla,:ild at this prospect of Italy do :,r,:ntb;: th,, t:iple alliance and adding lit r frnidabl!e navy to the Franco ui .-:an c(ni['act, which is hold to be t1:i, iinevit:ale ro:mlt of the reunion of the two ,e>tranged Latin nations. The critics here regard the treaty as a seq :el to the Fashoda incident. FIranice' defeat in Italy opened her e(yri to the necessity of increasi...

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 December 1898

g " L~-w The )ed Crest. mlht 1 x,,IMxO oo A woT Ax.) over re the thunder, the strife, She has -olte dar hand that 1e4 me to se ¢or the hbnd that, where tempests bulauo ilt, the se assage from oeaven and led lwas a oli0l needed ttlel There's light In the skies, Mise ywas on thO dcath-kisset and tghtr _ad of an angel gleams white bit .~tnl, and sh stouhes and leans me to life! pr --ttlel And lo! the guns conse- loads the lost to the portals of what a alende da dear hand that, wherO term and fi were rie, aesage from heaven and led Iimg m, tQofie! -Atlanta Journal. ....--- Mrs COLF FOR HEALTH, SnocOS ------ charts ge ]Beat All.Roundl I'relse and Done Much for Womuen. r th' fl Oman who wishes to be goo I stital, which is to be healthy, writin golf. That will be good rapby 'lor a great many women, and Arts sy truthfully that they are Miss ' king it, and not in homeo- to aid loe the t r who has an p-town gym- :. shere he sees a good maiuy of Louis f womanhood as well A a Wino1 healthful...

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 December 1898

CC~- - - Catarrh Cured 81kt! PurifiV'l by Hood's Sarsapa rilla and Health Is Cood. - 1 1,r i t iong time with ca ý,:,. . ; . ý, I; n ney hinul. I he '41i1'u >;,re urilla, awl it lid K . y gin" ringsd from 2A' r. ~ - r ln i 1 pIth is go M n .', .3 FJ luhsaparilla [a \1, " " e !1; 'ix for $4.5 1' ' P ' Ii liei r Ilil. 23cuits. .'.rOL.r)'S DIRTIEST PEQPLE. I:..9.,:, t. tf th Caucasns Who R.eel ,' l)iRy ' a Week and Never Wash. S, I.o.- P'u tt Journal of ' 1: dirti-t, prop10 in the world Sthan ILiet. Peary foun4d '. mt, Lav recently been dis 1. :' I a (tsisan traveler and ex '.!. Zi no iff. In the Caucasus. '.i in :n almost inaccessible S i, : . ill a strip of territory 1 . . ' . r:::ct; kl sa and the Caspian .I f',r tI,' last 2,500 years, ac ,. to th, rS'intst, they have re in the sa.nieo primeval condi SII..... i ar alled l vanctlas, and ': a. although consisting of i rrntl,,. itllln, hovels, without any S:,:t fri in or ;adornment, even n:u " r' night suggest to them, S .ion...

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 December 1898

h88 Rat of the Ae. 11e Ella Berry Toilet Requisites. FACE POWDER, lexion raditntly beau. Sall facial blemishes, no does this. Price, 50. krro's Soap, the best for ol ),d complexion. Per eonzoate Almond Cream, blo for the toilet, makes soft and hands, prevents and SsTnburn. Per bottle, $1. lea, makes good blood, Iby skin, Per box, 10o. srea few of the leaders. They al drug stores or direct from DEIIY. the World's accepted t emoval of superfluous Hair ailoemishes, 818-820 Camp St., ellt sent to any address. Agent! I' "o plit:c li'"C JIHomne," iitte pvtp 1. of $iSTITUTE, New Orleans, La Beyo. !a iis anl girls i' i'q it girts th advantages oft in Din litertture, scienco and art, .ith all the environments of ihoei: st that while the mind ited the heart is not negleoted ig the ways of noble woman or cgtalogu e and terms apply to SS SOPIIIE B. WRtIGHT, PrincipaL sp St., New Orleans, L. 7ORIL SCHOOL, ATCHITOCHES, LA. tined by the State for the of teachers. Affords thorough ition for the pr...

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 December 1898

THE TI? UE DEJ1EiOCI1T. OFWlkl JOUBJoNAL( I.I H PAI:IsB. W. W. LEAVE, JIR., Prictor. E.iY~~.~ LF. iLKE Edlito~r. f~bqsrIpkiw, For saiUA$.0 SuteiNd at the Pt OMce at St. Francis viH.#, La., a s eioud ciase wLatcr. S'ATURiDAY, !)EU* 10 18.,r;. at ")o41u 1 !vi'. AS 1 4 hEC I" Owe~. Y,"dI: hY dýU;3r"tL S10: The1 s1rcitff set wueeliaiitr ' a good Vi i~x:º:tupit. Tlhey DevIei sniake a iai dlt Sonue Wiry to ('cell ';1tt the (elit . ! ei euni*lof tilt Llouiaiatla yueol4 e, W 1903, is now~ coa~lingC nlº, fill ciirlcus- ,l Sion. New O 1'eatlc should bo the F' acetic of1 Ito celebration.u. Sailnpso t51 ',ºl I Cal l:iy Claimu to W G o u t B 'l itI !e l i ! lI e a c P3i 1 li y t a , N . Y , i l w Ih t , Y, iii wIi ic~h Illoderol bidt SJi ohl Joe N r tIi lt vlaii 110( to have found tl hij C gorl Ii .latc3 of Ithe Mnuiuo:i bible. ýJ '.'i'l Moiiuiiit~u woiilul miake pilgrim, 1t stye mertie, but ii aolmirul will niot 3 ittruiit it. IC Now ij. the diict w le! thte w a;Olr S begiu looking aroulnd for ...

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 December 1898

It'ýt AT it urý'1i'Dr. G.1I ,-- ` \·,,,t It! 101, BtlrnCo- Stnud; y N ,iiit Mil i:;; badl L(3 cottd, rji Iros. j4 ath e nle bilJ ae Nil ti ti r \Mr. J ~rgvUW~.l; ~ a ~ I" a.utfu ut J! 'Ne Stoe h i'". i t o , i V dIidll 'Y ,i t ttol1 ros*l Jat o t R ','. V 1 . Titan '1+ of Y. WedM fur 7 lu~~ta" 10:- parl. g', 0r u t the RU Mrus. JllC Mi~i] m in a w a s It N ew. L . M O rl 'F ria yrg co tal g oil trils, r1 , OUy j 1 a kL' i--l' llsS, ani p nn Also trwd~l Jtco I d500. . * J 5. A .1 -~.oulb - ney P Y Lau, a t 114 L.p reLt, visitor to trhe Bri nk', krtrsiri. l t M ,S --lt, anti eta MiJY.fr ~li7 O e1; dn, S pCi nell , Mcl. l w Liu : t , J." '. l a.nd! A1en. M . t tic od fu i oft e st L 'uci.ade ip: . Mil' 1te * ' l . M .1 13. tg y raj: i sins, ou Mrs.Dr jd `oth,. J. M3I i~~~ J I it a . itC Pla Soney Poi " i O tis* it, ing tPitt, b Vtu Dris ý tiris . l :tigh t a laOst III tear, Mi ic, hytitta, O ld h lto, al1 ll 1:Wt, V, tius.j siik c;.qs of ewlka lº p inc!;eu Pt Pailuful 'e U: CI tj,,u' J...

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 December 1898

PRESIDENTS IESSiAGE Chief Executive Devotes Much Space to Spanish War. -4---- Importance of the Nicaraguan Canal Strongly Presented and Congress Urged to Take Im mediate Action--Our Foreign Relations Gen erally Touched Upon. W hllington, D. C. Per. 5, I9S. te Is To the Sinate and olluse of leprcseutt <a- lin tivvs: a Notwilthstndlig tie alddll urdens ren- Mtr tleredr nec t s;ry by tiie war our people rc- gitvr jtrice inl a very satisfactory and steadily lut as iiter:i's ri dtgrt' f trrcwrity evideniced tirle i by the largest voltnie of buslto's tevtr re- Itr t c.rttel. Mtnufature hras belt p' rodcttlive, te a ariultir:l pursits have yielded abun- 1 i7, ieant rlurlls. ilar in the tild5s of tiicus- of t try is better rewarded, rervnttn legistltlon, Irid f ilSs d by' the prnsnt ticngrest l halls In- grant creiasld tile treaiury's receipts to the sorg ',imtiia t ,'tiali' l by its authors; the 1itian- Ihie ri"v of flie gLvterlinlit' t Ihave tl'te. n slicc S lst'- I t fully adtnl...

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 December 1898
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 December 1898
Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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