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Page 7 [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 8 [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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 17 December 1898

4.91 04 Q Q a .~!~ f r* .~ W~" ·,~· 7.W, - -r --- a.wi r~tiý7ºPU"!* rurn. Tºý w Pe: . k L, NRS[Y,.Y~eFr HOSANNA AND HUZ ,vU!!he gg nre 411enced; ý thb wý ever tbr ItCD"Lite, reacetiTnslR rbo flIlon the ragilng nations, i,. bkh r b1rone aTl bid a.i tb it warfare cease. , A ; ' b )ebh h8 berpec uD u1l1 Qrer thre leuul in slumber; A ter; 5.tt.t rroar i~eaBtih s oao'ho~Bzs~' ý[dg g ce'aeathe h ion'ýF º" Tox i h ak 1 o he ,llcYrto) the 1V.31 V D akntke ý sn no oaiinge, ItI, the a t; zzie-f 'Iak to the-West no ctles · n to 61 o tleu, #; The fires o Jn'c.·a, -rIdied - * onq'riug swato`,° 5;, , The "ang ;1n44 far, to thfcryor.jueBi*n ."_s Tlf u b s-ar eds for ,Weal, o; he rý I Wn ;i 4T. u dfor tl rltfe .~ti p im ph 8ut.ee 6J r Idmglb, er Rienfhiko art'L~ch chee ' And lest + nour. cusr1' ýrili Iltt~t e kis may earked, v-wll crrto fhe _ bIHosannas, ¶V lll' ,hat ttWo 1 eft.t ay rI aer. J " .: w miLsk i q21to th*s West a uzzahs. r,' .-rae jil&oy1aun; In Chic'ago Journal. _ . AA·AA.:*_A4 W M...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 17 December 1898

THE :- TRUE -: OOCRAT. Published Weekly at ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Spain has twenty-one admirals. If, in addition to these, she had a few warships, she would have something like a navy. This season's grain crops in all the countries that supply the European demand for bread have been officially reported as abundant. Nevertheless the demand for our grain continues and increases. The State Eoard of Control of Iowa has given its official approval to a measure providing that hereafter there shall be no distinction on the ground of sex in the salaries paid to teachers employed in the schools and other in stitutions in the State under its super vision. Under this order teachers of a given grade or class will receive equal pay for like work, whether they are men or women. A ton of coal can be carried a mile for a cent, even by rail; and water carriage is cheaper still. Yet the total consumption of coal for all pur poses is now so vast that the tax for transportation is a heavy burden....

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 17 December 1898

very r' SHISTO 1Y. er had did nc born in the prison ward of poor e pital. slender, dark-eyec two w why 20, had been arrested for gether gteing only two weeks before, staid a ly sad and silent, unheeding and w ors, the nurses, or even the One ,onch that kicked and cried bi- on its not seem to remember about neglec Even when they held it up desert bhe (lid not realize that it unbor to her, and that if her life He ,0tber weaker one would he Drospi gbt and face the world alone. he sal p that night she died. The and b kew they could not save her, For she did not care to live, city i beautiful she must have been," clew. t nurse whispered. "Do you yet tl gything about her?" He r shook his head. "No," he was t ,"nothing beyond the fact The told fortunes to save herself his ve th, and so brought on this said: ortune, which made her wish have When I asked her if she had go to and where the baby's father her n just began to cry. You see," must took the limp, white hand be- I," ar is own, "she ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 17 December 1898

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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. — 17 December 1898

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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 December 1898

THE ICONOCLAST. "It is no atonement for a late a-riv al to go early," he remarked, witain his tone a hint of the gloom nav'm panying a sentinmental nmisunderstand ing. "You were to have come o;: the 11:02. It is now---" "Don't!" she exclaime,'l prettily, but pettishly. "I hate to ie tried at a bar where Justice is overshadowed by the first wlitnesi -a machine made in Walt ham. Waltham is not a nice suburb at all, and it is terriltie to consider how much more trust a man puts in his watch than in a woman's word." He was silent while considering what might have been said. At the same time it appeared as if she was right. He did make of his watch a court of appeal-a dernler resorte-as she made a few tears, shed becomingly. "The 11:02, however, proved quite impossible," she continued, calmly, while her parasol proved how near'"It could come to the home of an ant with out making of it a ruin. "I don't see why-I was here at the quarter past-" She regarded him for a moment with the wide-ey...

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 December 1898

arp Pains iolone print to another, stiff and lts, iufimmation, i• tý "us suf - .racteristics of rheumatism. Di'-ul svmptoms are cured by eIpa~i"lla which purilles the neutralizes thie dil which is the rbhematism. Why continue to you may be relieved by s Sarsaparilla Greatest Medicine. Price $1. bC. I l. I l & ('o., Lowell, Mass. pills ure all Liver Ills. 2 cents. wil pied as Missiles in War. are two recorded instances in ki les have been used as missiles f The first occasion was at the Themiscyra, when the Roman Lucullus was warring against wi: es. The Romans built and mines, and the people of ra opened these mines by into them, and hurled hives as well as wild animals, the holes onto the Roman e. Bees were once used in with equal success. Chester eged by the Danes and Nor- on The town was defended by ho Ins with Gaelic auxiliaries, and dit pulsed the Dana. but the Nor- an , who protected themselves by n of hurdles, tried to break tu( the walls into the town. Then fir ns collect...

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 December 1898

FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. THE AUGUST BODY OF LAW-MAKERS REASSEMBLED IN WASHINGTON. Inspiring Scenes at the Opening of the Last Session of the Famous War Con gress.-.Anti-Expansion Party Makes its Initial Action. SENATE. MONDAY.-In the opening hours of up the last session of the memorable 55th du congress, the senate chamber present- lea ed an animated scene. The galleries wo were fillel early, many of the specta- re, tors being visitors to Washington who bil had embraced the opportunity to wit- Tb ness a congressional opening. The the desks of the members were loaded with of the most beautiful and elaborate floral re, displays. Promptly on the stroke of co twelve Vice-PrEsident Hobart entered pe and ascending to his desk rapped for pr order. Rev. Mr. Milburn, the vener- wl able blind chaplain, in a profoundly un impressive manner, returned ''devout th and reverent thanks for God's good- m ness to us as a nation, and for His care m of us since we last gathered in this re chamber." A call...

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 December 1898

,a idrit ,wornT Offlcial Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. LE. LEAKIE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1898. OL. --- 47. .... , ,.-,, ,,,,.., - . _-- ......... .... .. .. . . .. .. , ._ K. DU, J O I,lC~i '.l DI -. 1,OISIANA NEWS NOTES. td ROE BUSINESS MEN TO ENCOUR AGE TRUCK FARMING. si -- be er Assaliation in Tangipahoa'Par- tio .ghreveport to Have Another School.- thi -atauJAccident at a Saw iLill...IIanging t 1,. Joseph. tec Fatal Accident. on i$iiNgELD.- A fatal accident oc- de d at Thomas' saw mill, near this tor SFriday at 10 o'clock.: While no L Pennington, a negro laborer, was kil ing to put on a belt, he was caught the wheel and one arm was pulled ba and his neck broken. th lalldings Burned by Incendlaries. sb & ,ELL.-Incendiarism seems to be sb order of the day in and around S8 -ell. Several dwellings and out- d ms were burned to the ground si nrsday night and the day before. w ong the b...

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 December 1898

TEl TRUE -:- DEIOCRAT. Published Weekly at BT. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Italy has given up her scheme for building $101,000,)0) worth of war ships. She had unfortunately over looked the important fact that she hadn't the price. Steadily American ideas of liberty are invading the sacred precincts. of Great Britain. Mill operatives in Lancashire, England, struck because they were not permitted to shut up shop and attend the Barnum circus, which is touring Great Britain. By the launching of the new battle ship Illinois one of the five warships of the same displacement of 11,525 tons is placed in the water, to be fol lowed by the Wisconsin, there having been already launched the Kearsarge, the Kentucky and the Alabama. The Illinois exceeds the Iowa by some scores of tons, and the Indiana, Mas sachusetts and Oregon by over 1200 tons. The armor of the Illinois will not be quite as thick as that of our first three battleships, but it will be of better quality and of a greater re sisting po...

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 December 1898

O be 0000000000 t ,oBY Women. ft Sr woman ivho always was { j uder pressuro that rendered her to ten clubs, and read Brown- i easight. and teas, and would on sciool bnoard with courage sd teal; ,vaUdn kodaked and rodo on a STolstoi and Ibsen, knew microbes b bYfm.elsarte, was a "daughter" bsa went ineaward for nervous ' , sb an d w e n t p . "a . . . .porher tablots she found an hour -s too great, and she died in amntlyl -Chicago Times-Herald. ST DESIGNS IN UNDERWEAR. Ions in atters as to IBoth Style and Material. W_ underskirt is perhaps not the that creai of the wardrobe, but it cannot be ap off the -d that it is the most important d'. The SOW, especiallY as the dress skirts ' ethe m cut soe long as to frequently require keeper co g, thereby displaying theo petti- and laes he new underskirt is cut after the ironing b epatterns as the dress skirt, and fora clothe as carefully and faultlessly as a pins, tie ormade garment. This applies to pins, tie short as well as to the full-le...

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 December 1898

I. kitd at the Post (JtRee :.t `mt. Frl;iu c t i:lr, La., aN sieve;NI ciixs, matte-r. ,TI~i1upAV, IVC, 1-1 ri)A I I CII ;g of Iht blitrge coIneourse of lopule, be assetmhltdlI to pay the last trib to of ret$lect by ntentldatnMce at his aneral, to one 0 horn all knew, I eteemedl, and venertte,:t, ald manlty 'vedl-th Ia Rec. \'illiiun Kritlatd )ouglas 1). 1). Ile rector of G(racec )hurch, St. Franrcisville.1 Dr. DmLuglat had been iit failiug ie.atlh for a year or more, the dirtt levelomiieent of the malady, iwhich :omplicated witlh otbers caused( him Leath, having been explericiced dluring his visit to England in 1897. Since spring lhowever~, waing stl'rngl It oldCer the encroachle,1ts of disease ihad tIecomnei more anll iore perceptible. A tril) to L)oop er's \Vell in the early Sito ner, later to Grand Isleta i a course of treat ment und:ler a s)ecialist its New Or l.tans, in ttrn proved it ile to stay the progres of'-disease, until when he was brought home in October, it was felt ...

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 December 1898

iE j Mrs. Gus Inext week 1 hbristmas . fu rnia. -.6 EU, hi all istyles at Phlt- A. BuEini footr  tllo hill St. franlsville. in Pointe, . White as been returned to Dr. Will yi.it. Every one is pleased. Jackson 1W . h, Cloc.k, VeLt Chtait, race- Mrs. L. and all novelties in the jewel- hut now a Juo F. I i atMumford' Drg Store. latter parl heeio of Pythian oftcore next Tues- J. R. L lb Wednesdi S ries td nice cInned goods bun to apt 1 Iu kold, at Mrs. L. Farrelly's, Dr. Jas r to ak. to Uvalde -- t - ... health. , yde It Scial Citlu will 1,o enter-health. -adb)"Mis Mamie Bockcl, next Wed- Miss M .ftsnio0 days wit1 o.n Btowuach ' roubles, Celd Feet and Mr. Dal Isa, csive Menstrual Flow, with eans liat 00ns Squaw Vine Wine'or Tablets. - A .e Sow charter requires a street com. ing since ar. Our choice now and all the gi..Js Stern! lcv . S g rit, of all kinds at Mrs. L. C oranges, raisits, cur SeCitron, date, ind prune. Also fre'll I. T. I day in ' *ed goods, at I meettui oUf Bayou Sara ...

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 December 1898

MSMATES. He Rave is all a goodby eheerily a At the first dawn of day; We dropped him down the side full urearily f When the light died away. It's a dead dark watch that he's a-keeping there, And a long, long night that lags a-creeping there, Where the Trades and the tides roll over I him, And the great ships go by. Ile's there alone, with green seas rocking him For a thousand miles round; Ile's there alone, with dumb things mock ing him. And we're homeward bound. It's a long, lone watch that he's a-keeping there, And a dead cold night that lags a creeping there, While the months and the years roll over him, And the great ships go bY. I wonder if the tramps come near enough, As they thrash to and fro, And the battle-ship's bells ring clear enough To hbe heard down below; It through all the lone watch that he's a-keeping there, And the long, cold night that lags a-creep ing there, The voices of the sailor-men shall comfort him When the great ships go by. -Henry Newbolt. .20000000000©0...

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 December 1898

Cood iigestion onappetite, or It should do so, but ,abe only when the stomach is In a * condition. Hood's Sarsaparli a so npd strengthens the stomach that it sfood easily and naturally and then 5,vpeptlc troubles vanish. ood's Sarsaparilla erica' Greatest Medicinoe. Price $1. 'g PIls cure Liver Ills. 125 ceuts. ,gy people suppose that the use of ogany for the manufacture of fur r9 is very ancient. As a matter bct, the first record we have of this wood Is in 1695, when Sir Walter lgh repaired one of his ships with ~ the port of Trinidad. The next hear of mahogany is many years when an Englishman who was g from one of the West Indies quite a lot of what appeared to rough lumber for ballast, and en he arrived in Eangland and nd his brother building a house he ye this apparently ill-featured tim to him for his house. When his er turned the lumber over to his nters, they refused to use it, be n it was so hard that it spoiled tools; so its use for building that was abandoned. His wife, 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. — 24 December 1898

FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. ' MNCARAUGA CANAL BILL CALLED UP BY n, SEN:TOR MORGAN I ti The Anti-Imperlallsts Enter the Contest Against Expansion Very Elnthusiastically ---Pension Appropriation B111 Passed--- i Iank Incorporation Bill Defeated. tl SENATE. MIoNDAY.-In the senate today Mr. wi Hoar and Mr. Hale presented resolu- v tions of citizens of their States, re- tl Inonstrating against the extension of o American sovereignty over the Philip- a pine islands, and against the acquisi- tj tion of foreign territory without the ccnsent of the people of such territory. b The re-olutions were referred to the a co.,mmittee on foreign relations. Mr, p PI'ttigrew introduced a bill authoriz- I' irig the raising of the battleship Maine. t; Mr. Hoar introduced a resolution for o a co'mmittee to prepare and carry out pjlas for the celebration of the cen tennial of the city of Washington as the capital of the United States. Mr. r \est of Missouri then called up his resolution offered last week, declar...

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. — 31 December 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. , ` ' ; " W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FLICIANA PARISH, LA, SATRDAY, DECIG MR l . . V IL---N. . 48 Il L', ,F rCdG 'nSI, LS~~~~Y~ E~!FR!~ - j ;~~~-V~--x n KISSING THE ROD. Jtnt days l P11h11Hsh joy d of chi li I n, fee: wi1 O Fa1iny I employ w in ol aL.k again. ",,hol bell, witj its charming call, SeleafY truant nuhe :a' -, h'-t an, worst of all, elittle willow switch. ,izard's wantI was ever raised vdotent or miuro grim ..,,mrn, prite', 1'llhoundl and dazed : that lithe. lincering limb. Iv wild pirat( mood would melt 0b1;11 anl to tw!t'h a ` isintlv vearnin , as I felt ,little willow sFwitchl What dreams of conquest and of gore Were swittlv made to flee As I was meditating o'er That kind, re'entless kneel And felt, though I could not descry, The bannering beauty which Was, line by line, imprinted by The little willow switch. When we the flaching sword extol And hail the mightier pen, And chee...

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. — 31 December 1898

FIFTY-FIFTil ('ONURESS.Pil ADJC'URNMENT WEDN:DAY UNTIL AF. I TER THE HOI DAYS. p lThe Halley Resolution Pased..--It May Affect Four Memn crr Who Yolulntecle in the Spantsh.Anmerican TWar...Anti :xpansilon Speech. SI:.NATE. MosNiAY.-The senate had a busy day, andl there were several important sipeeches. Mr. Platt, of Connecticut, r spoke against the Vest resolution, 1i which declares that the United States t( has no power to asquire territory. lie I -aid that the power of a nation to ac- a quire territory was as inherent as its " sovereignty. The United States had a the right to govern such territory in v the hest possible manner, as the ac qicired lands were capable of self-gov- ti ertn!ent. The Nicaragua canal bill ti was up during the last part of the day c nnd Senators Berry, IIoar and Morgan a disciussed the measure. 1! Tr'EsiAv.--Senator Teller occupied a the first half of today's session of the I senlate with a speech in ncdoeoy of the theory that there are no restric- S tio...

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