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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 31 December 1898

- * THE REGIMENT COMES BACK. "I into , enaforms were blue, all the swords whic: tad rifles new, the Regiment went marching down leadi the street my i lCh *me1 were halo and strong as they m proudly moved along ugh the eheer, that drowned the the 0 music of their feet. road, Smuic of their feet keeping time to one I SUe glitter and the splendor of the you sight: ESvds and rifles new, and in uni- tally formss of blue, S egiment went marching to the fight. the Regiment came back all the guns "  d swords were black, houI he uniforms had faded into gray, he faces of the men who marched jhrogh that street again here ped lik faces of the dead who lose alivE their way. .< he dead wih lose their way cannot look , s more gauit or gray- Cor the sorrow Itnd the anguish of the it sight. 44] weary lagging feet out of step with drums that beat, roui Sn the iegiment came marching from my l the fight. the S iWheeler Wil'ox. in Harper's Weekly. who whi StAOAh ]B. tei and S 0 4 00 flasi on smil...

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. — 31 December 1898

`" THE r i'11 ,J ':'''' ' L -,:N 1, · FT ' ` . 6 ' .Y ".ý . . L . . ., i c:' lii~: iLi;, l a ni " - 't-i Y~t~~rff; ;t i" I ~t ,f~ie tt St t';:ti . y 1.a.,,~,~ Ii., ~;S lnlnIIU~PrYe-r C·IEC1· ýý.i ir1 tý " ýZ.ý'ý Yr ýýýr .ýýy c i-it A Pl:; l NS ' ;j (; till ip. o . tº lf kiiss hLrii,. Hellt c;i t hmsly sty ': "I vou hic rirtlitw tii.s týlitI~r M IaV )!lt ii tte ( jtl:tit." '1:2110 F!º;;im Li it r a of h i m selfh' lto se i tit so ;11:1!; fthl2 th ;0to ofltk (itsZes S iI tis vhii.iity dII, lItIcS. hes peut pl'r o eVer;ywhere,:1 sof ` ksewii till the thtuuiicerl sas h-hol thea uoi~iitly, k l holvIU U ii I hi u'.Al ic 1i 1 t0 of t h i e ilitans WIe- 101: iv llm ife (Je I, le it owh ih;lllt ill :ll \ I bl y : ht Ilt' ) lhi 'ay of llc cit ):ew i;I his vi ' iit (º1 hi1 t 1to )Sd VO! I' S h ii't jo1 o f ; V Iloi 1)ii r71 s. The people everywhere, soutl j knowinitill the t iiuui' sh the ll:yo~l r )sobthen re C ;1t1111 ('a i 10 in (I2'01 ioj IM te rlsollol ttearr ioi all Ii WI tT 't ji IU I t...

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. — 31 December 1898

! AI ~'l l seUi sKI:i1 oat th.isj u ;111 s lc: :i O;in ug;r. , t:l tof t1,;:! !il /mo . 1'a lc:',,lie '11 1(t: :l *o '-w i,·cs iu Grace Chucl l I at It li. to Ii i 1.ow. To settI to 1111' !r~i and Ovreroni (l ,· the a t' iea of Pat' outi ' 1\!ti br, I. oL SiUlulu'Jls li:1;; '.v Ville \;i;u o (, ' al)Il(lclJ Sur I~~!! l. ; 1: F 1·,cciJ vit!I1! CI:I 'a ll 'ti ' i arc, ýi1;1r N:...: No - eltaý. cult! }It iu, !'uculcu, t0 Ii t :>ii:ivl:ll'ssý lul . S :iit;. IU iuitUC d . 1 iitiiii;j'tb Sicl:tl\ \ 1! \ illy, 0:' a !'}'! laull titlt1 l F t!,t lh'Ji~ti sovvttI; of u:1: t", ltltla i,.' Itrct Ici:Il , r ;tr l: I. J\ Y:l'Jti)y, ` Illul t~ii, \ r' t ( 1'iit: ý, }il: l'( itt:, iuulU 2 uo' e 1s in Ihi jewel. ' t '1b'h iiIlisSOiira tio iho iiayo r tuidl tI .............------- IFo cunl . j( tii .f;' t i i h iii pr:.rtiv lle ot ye-t t : .U itte F sýi pt'r. IIt :"11"l.j I i ~ ' bi lli1 ' cis I '11ti. r Stontaci It. 01 l, t , 1ol. 1t'a1 'tl : at m iu',os t ti o If ..b tti tn.1 c·;rr. tu, ilnt i V...

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. — 31 December 1898

CHILDREN'S COLUMN, I Hlil .ixth BIrthday. 119, has girv'n up his cradle and his little worAte, ball, 11 h[ h1 idden all his doll; tehini the door. i i . ri ll - t h a y ~ a r o o ki :.:: 1 , ,r : AIr, a ha: ii vi )i i tril, o'f e,)urse, For I,' isn't ImaIinla:'s baby anIy inr HII hasoet WT all his curls, they are only fit fir Cirs. And has l'ft thlem i a hii arp upn) the floor; Fr hi'- si vy.ars bl1 t , lay, A n l h ," - g i;i ,l t -( hI . a r t h ,';; u .a y That hii i-unt nuiuina:s Ibaby anily i II' :as '.ikets int his tru:,ers.like his oiler hritfivr .tim, TI':ouJ)] h,! thinl:k. he slAouil have had them , w , fre. iii- wi'W sh,),s lah "' to thi' top, "I' a ip zzi,' wh,'re, thi', strtop; And he i-;t alllrIn t' baby any y more. iI ihast hard hi; aritsi .sigh, and has gei-tly w(n l,.rnil why l',hy atre,' rry whein i, hhas such bliss in st re; l',r h-s nwow their dftriinug boy, A l i will b o their prile anl joy. Though hl(e carint hie their alby any smore. ,-,rgin;i EL. Billings. ...

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. — 31 December 1898

ISOG OUT AN EXTRA. he A READY-WITTED GIRL SCORES A ") BEAT ON NEWSPAPER RIVALS. "I Iting Scene in a Printing Office W'hen with osw of Dewey's Victory Arrived - gargaret Clyde, the Proofreader, rose to the Emergency and Made a Record. that Isabel Gordon Curtis contributes a tube ,tory toSt. Nicholas called "Margaret let t Clyde's Extra," telling how a young M girl who read proof on a morning pa- vide scored a heat on the rival jour ls. The girl was left alone in the PT ditorial rooms when the night's work Si fas over. liste Margaret read column after column men of the news from Cuba, Key West new ad Washingoton.It seemed to her as seo g she had read it all before, and she tie put away the paper while she ate her meager luncheon. Then she tidiedup new the desk and laid her head on hey ,,e arms. She was growing drowsy. S Tho wondered if she could take a saort T pap. Her train would not lead for an hour and.a half yet. It was'grow- Mppl ing lonely in the deserted codposing Pun room.oo...

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. — 31 December 1898

GET NOG OUT AN EXTRA. A READY-WITTED L SCORES A BEAT ON NIWSP R RIVALS. Exciting Scene in a Printing OfRce When News of Dewey's Victory Arrived - Mrg ' Clyde, the Prooftder, rose to V ergency and > a Record. Isabf Gordon Curtis- contributes a .story to St. Nicholas Called "Margaret Clyde's Extra," telling how a young girl who read proof on a. morning pa per scored a heat on the rival jour nals. The girl was left alone in the editorial rooms when the night's work was over. Margaret read column' after column of the news from Cuba, Key West and Washington.It seemed to her as it she had real it all before, and she put away the paper while she ate her meager luncheon. Then she tidiedup the desk and laid her head on her arms. She was growing d(rowsy." She wondered if she coiuld take a short nap. Hier train would not leave for all hour and a half yet. It was grow ing lonely in the deserted composing rOOlm. She woke up suddenly, thoroughly dazed for a moment. She imagined she heard a no...

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. — 7 January 1899

DEM.OC N clal Journal of the Parish of West Feliciano and SchoolBoard. r.._ V L. VII.-- fg r.dBC1SVILL, WEST Fý1ICIM'X .'Tr IS ; SATURDAY, ýMIý IIY 7,1899. i t., Pub. and Prop Y, v ce-Pres. ca ý r s T 1T ý r n John P, k r called il eae . .-en. (Jatellan os spoke w ith SCIEN TIFIC, r;.emoo. LE L I, P eL , V r E;J D t (rnTT CIT _= I I  nn11 Joh P. rker IN LOUILSIANA. tc tob IGORhMAN SEEKS INFORMA tro UT CONiFEDERATE GRAVES. foll str 8L, ee oMe*'tlng at Delta.. btr rom lMooroe to Natchitoches-. - lite Chniles Will Fight Higl lin Je n;,,t' MuInicip"l Election. ho tal re at EI'erly. rd * knRT S -At 4 o'clock Friday Sp Stie dest,oycd the stores of an , al Joihn Prater, at Edge tr of ,el," Ii iles west of this a: easq.2,,; is:uiancee $1,000. A1 ot ',itin* n"uniceipal Election. T- ''e result of the muni- of ectiiTriia:y was: P. M3. Ko. ,d rmvor; Charles Iloag, ,, mV,' . Derunon, Y. M. t. and . E. Coflin, elected _ D. M. Grier elected school c' S' wo Fi're In T.hreveport. }1 r:prl, -A t ...

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. — 7 January 1899

I)EATII WAS TIIE VICT(I. 'I THREE MEN FIGHT AND EVERYONE IS DEAD AS A RESULT. A )Deadly Itsttle at I.ula, M)vr-....ttenlpt 1l to Arrest a Allegcdl Illicit IVhtl key I',ealnfr the Caue-.--AII Men Are Well Known and Unmarried. I. r,LA, Miss.--Thcee men dead is the " result of a three-cornered duel fought S on the cotton platform at this place h ail, ut 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. , The participants were Richard Har- 4 man, J. E. Kennedy and W. T. Grady. tl It is not known how the trouble f, started, as all three were on the plat- 0 form, attending to some cotton, and ino one else was near. It seems that tl the shooting began between Harman a and Kennedy. Harman fired five n shots, two of which struck Kennedy, n and one Grady. Kennedy shot Hiar- e mi:in twice, and both fell about the c sanme time, and wore both dead in a few minute'. Grady was struck in g the loft lung, and lingered by a slen *l-read of life. He was carriad ( '- hespital treatment on a were unmarried. f who came here...

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. — 7 January 1899

spied S the c irreali you, and . 3terday "the brave wife a el 'scouragement. eat man she ais help.. pai and com- b .e said, smil- *n .tting hle thin a right now! I ealth the children cry Rathe re pacified no tm d I guess I can butl aem. I'll try, a - c in her throat, but she tunat .h a cheery wave of her is at ed hand to her husband. is bel JLrs she was by his side She 1 It is 1 re meat and bread, dear," she again "The butcher's wife paid me her I it for scrubbing her floors. Now, Jack can only get some coal you and inatic e children shall have a good, hot And ,inner!" no A She snatche. up la small basket and surro went to t~ ~Hudson River railroad her." cks . j h -. _ders and scattered "HE coal. Her heart was light with hope into again, and she was just lifting the "S, well-filled basket preparatory to going home, when the rumble of a train startled her. The fast freight was -"ming, and she stepped off that track just in time to be caught and crushed by the express train from the...

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. — 7 January 1899

'' TI-E TRUE D)EMOCRIAT. OFFICLALJOURNALOFTIiF IPARlUs, I W. . LEAK ',I411C., !'rulsrict m . { II'. V. E 1LEAI . , Editor. f8il tetriptio n, Pr ia~iiUiiI . $1,50() Finfervol nt the PcOrt 1ºf11c p ;t fit. Frr:,rcis Aille, I.o., JA .7Nc-lld cl;ºKM ISt)P. SATUIWAY, ,TAN', dA .7 189.P. SCough Syrup. o tfAGiS. to times FkkiM by d "BSO~rJ ~~ ' "40TICE. Tl, Felicianl HeraIld lhas nus S Jp41e dedi publ;ication, the ent ire planut b S 'l*ing buelensol to \V.';. Le'ake, tl Ji'., r)l)lprietor of the True ).Dembo. ~ o tT, 'T'lhis uctiuii was ltaken lot' two . rowoni--Iack of time due to pies s*r uc' schoul work it whthi the b e.ltotr aid owlner of tbhej Ilelaht i%' also engageld, a~ thie olack of sub. stantial saPlprt atxordedt the pa-i t per. W\Vfelt that wolking for glory simply ws a waste :of time ltid el. orgy', arid if you will j4t(yI ut your-i . l ll our positionii for tl mitlolntii, y'oll will the better aiplrueeiate what we alyy. The Heralhi hiia l many warm t frieads, and liirthh'...

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. — 7 January 1899

;1E T1IE '1l-iMOCRAT1 IiP is 3iha )i ry( Isv h ,il Othi wee'k. to oýs'r'wlsI, ii 1ill siteles at Pict. J; fotot of the hill S. Frah'eisvIlle '1'b.' tItiirlt:1y say the yeair (roltied on Jut 310o33:13y wvith good t rade-to r cashII. For ov\wlot'3IrE'd girls :ad l'ccble t re theni, f iwuw33i Squaw V'ille WAite orl 'ali. 'a; att tre nitit$t'3 g'e:ttes t bloon. ' 'them,~c will 1,F 'ercic' e· iu ti Grame Church)~ I at 11 :. tn. tu-ilrI3row. solid Silver Wa:;re, Silvet3r Hlated Nov- cll: 1tius. (;old flnis, Pienjils, Etc11, tit ýluntfurd's Drugii Store. till~ E. Ri. Moses anti fanuly helv\e moveed into &lry R, l 'feiiiil's 3Jew lomtie, nlest door to d (Ia M.133') tits. -- 4 h be A ti.W:EhEIsM of I)r. H. A. tSimmonls3H Liv- be csl· Medicine w #ill do toot..' for a \Yucrlk ;jitouuI3Illlth 3131 ii lII' OaEJ&3CEdiLcEIE3I1e of alny Ic; vtlivr itiedici uu. tilt Ye send iEJ lie 1pal3or th1is w141k to all11 ller:.l s1311iI'lhle, inot a1lread11y on our fi, list. udtl will bo pieased to hi:...

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. — 7 January 1899

SWISS WEDDING. fMANY VARIETIES SEEN BEYOND THE ALPS. May Day Is a Period Sacred to Lovers I Throughout the Well Governed Little I Republic-The Young Man Must Take Pains to Please. HERE Is no other r, I  European country in which there is sential a variety of C f marriage customs as there is in Swit zerland, one of the very smallest coun tries in any con tinent. No coun try can in this re spect be at all compared with Switzer land, except vast China, the unmeas ured and immeasurable empire of Asia. Switzerland and China! What a couple. In Lucerne, Switzerland, the mar riage customs are rather pretty. May day is a day sacred to lovers, a day of ardl(nt courtships. Upon its dawn -and, indeed, until its midnight-the lover who would not only woo but win must proclaim the intention of his at tentions distinctly and pay his n.i tress several prescribed courtesies. The most important of these is, per haps, the planting of the courtship pine, or May tree. At day he plants before her father'...

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. — 7 January 1899

4---~--- ----- The Cood It will do you to take Hood's Sarsaparilla is beyond estimation. It willgive you warm, rich, nourishing blood, strengthen your nerves, tone your stomach, create an appe tite, and make you feel better in every way. It is a wonderful invigorator of the system and wards off colds, fevers, pneumonia and te grip, The best winter medicine is Sarsa Hood's parilla Sold by all dealers in medicine. Price, $1. Hood'S Pills cure biliousness, indigestion A Faintles Tlwist. When the lodging house was afire one night Mike hurried his breeches on wrong side before and threw him self out of the window. One of the, first persons he encountered was his employer. "Are you hurt, Mike?" "I feel no pain, sor," was the reply, as Mike took a puzzled front view of him gelf, "but I must have received a moightY bad twist, sor."-Detroit Free Press. Cotton Is Still the American King. The annual report of Secretary Hes ter, of the New Orleans Cotton Ex change, for the cotton year, 1897-8, ...

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. — 7 January 1899

?EWEROiNE-CENT STAMPS t l CURIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE OF MOD- . ERN COMMERCIAL LIFE, I Tbh On-G4nt Stamp Rapidly GoI% Ont i 6r Date For the Maiillng of Catalkgue., (6lrcnlars and Samples-The 1.Usansa I'or the Dilcontinuanca of Their' Use. I One of the curious ciacumstanees of godern commercial life is the passing Of the one-cent stamp. It is rapidly going out of date for the mailing of eaialogues, circulars, samples anu, other matter sent through the post office in large quantities by business houses, and many concerns have ceased to use it altogether. A few days ago a reporter dropped in at'the private ''1 ce of one of the leading retail 1 establishments of this city, says the New Orleans Times-Democrat, and observed a bushel basket of freshly addressed envelopes in one corner. A busy clerk was decorating each with a two-cent stamp. "Those envelopes contain small printed folders," said one of the partners in the house, "announcing some winter novelties. There is not a scratch of a pen on ...

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. — 14 January 1899

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. W. W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. anl Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1899. VOL. VII.---NO i50 ... .. , 8 V OL,, V ... . I.OM OVE- LOL L'U!SIANA2. NEW ORLEAN'"S WILL C LL A COTTO . CONGP EC S. Many 1iros Saurdauy in Varlo's Towns... Accidlenta!ly lilled Ii Friend.. -ly:i - cillhs Are lBeing Rim .vced from Lake Clhar!es..() Ih r Itcus o" Interest. Lo by) Fire. (rilsN .-The store of J. F. Richauld was destroyed by fire at about 11 o'cloqk Saturday night; cause . know!n. Lo,ss abont $3:,0,0, partly ilk suredl. By the heroic efforts of the citizens the Southern Pacific depot was saved. Two Stores and it Residence lBurned. lrsrox.-The general merchandise establishm:nts of W. B. Rabb and L. A. Sims and the re idenco of W. H. Alexander, at Vienna, La., were de stroyed by fire Friday night. The fire started in the store of W. B. Rabb at a late hour and very little was saved. i'olice Jury Adjour...

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. — 14 January 1899

g .: ---Is TIlE '1?TRUE D 10 b I',b1li he.l \W-, kly at ST. FI;:n NCISVILLI , I, OI il ;, A 1,,;~ to lvery memnl~fr of the Ilobson Mer- t,.vI ,,,. rimac party ha`' 1)en1 promoted. In 1Lot, t this instance the I(eplublii has not The tr shown itself ungrateful. The Supreme Court of Illinois has decided that the 'ulliian Palace Car / P Company has nc right toi maintain and govern the town ,of .l'nllman. Th,'a 1 , company will not contest the decisioll, and one more experiment in applied sociology comes to an e:di. The loss of the Maria Teresa is one more evidence, although an unpleas- i' k :' ant one, of the thoroughne:v with which our warlships did their work in the naval battle of Santingo. And pierhaps it also teaches that when ia i Yankeeo ship :inksi another it is just :as well to let it stay sunk. Lde rit It is estimated that the fundl raised feastin by the American school children for fetihad festivi the Lafayette mionuncent will amount condOu to $100,000. The chiliren have don...

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. — 14 January 1899

an heart apart. got small, ,or hem all. ie, for its higher :hough the heart ,e, family and friend; ,, roving, to the end. Sno answer, that can live Al . burinag, deathless force-to 9 .., strength and courage-courage, j strength and love; The hqoes of all time are built thereof. -Charlotte Perkins Stetson. S"POOR FOOLS." A TURKISH TALE,' BY ANNIE C. UYATT-WOOLP. 3 • , . ONSTANTIN O . plewasthe scene .A not so very long ago of the mar riage of a hash eesh eater to his very pretty cousin. The marriage cere _, mony was per - formed with all due rites, and there had been much feasting, and everybody agreed that it had been a delightful wedding.' The festivities concluded, the bridegroom .3uducted his friends and relatives to the door, and then negligently forgot to shut it before returning to his wife. "Dear cousin," he said tc her as soon as he discovered his mistake, "do run and shut the street door." "What! I shut the street door? I, beautiful and young, dressed in satin, and wearing ...

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. — 14 January 1899

TE TRUE DE 1CI1:A'ýT. I.'L'LJO . [:(I ' 1NA ! '. IT A'lp ' t" IA i ·J { h' . P t _ _ _ ' I - I +.t __ - -- tInn A mrvement w"s on foot to hold whel! a l;hanters' meeting at the C(ourt f rci • 'olse, ,-; d ',. TLh inetil ,,'r lid, not I:lteral!ze tlhough it-: obj'ct allie iwA' to ihullle platc.s to come to holp alt t greetllellt inot to0 ove t.ol:aitns ctaq (. htbor el fmnl each1 ot!v,'r' ,laces ,,, uL'pon Lit0-r u1; ll wiLthoF1,t co:,nseýnt 1 t a, i tt, "reviou. irenter or employer. 'Ihis ti01 ia rutld which works well, where, to a ever observed, lot example in the ind" secnud ward, and prevetnt' much  hard feelhng a1ul worse tronble. of t - to S Cotlto Factories in Louisiana. ,1ot 8hevelhort, LIa, DeC, 29-98. oI To whom it inay cOlcet'r: .;. s After a p;r,;i l,t,'ug: t r:e, a ,on tllnnltog invi ýtligati.:', I a' m of go' the opinion that the et|blislln(;It T h of cotton fton f iet tic h l tlhe ,a- de; fact;ure of our raw c ton intot aco . merrhlnttablo e co:!ºmolYity, o .n it la...

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. — 14 January 1899

. ili Si.i('er at f. - r. ld'e .,f the hill St. Fratnisvil e a;ns in all kiinds of goods at J. I1. tbhe 1404 I9 W ,fa to ,Prlcrked girls anll Feel o, «0. II ,n ,us aiv l Vino wine or Tab rtt ,,.r' . gr. e:tet. , 'oon.' ec'tl  ,rk. r. . IC tlami ton, tl. ' to Dr. C. S. ,/ 1:uiln s and worste gootds t sa e ices at l. J1 c. Lý,el c ne'8. 'al Ih'li ll that, t their snloh t u i the r(v ,t, lP aol Sara. Soe ad. W tn 'll ' ' t t, I)1i Go to Dr. -C. S. "' .% 1\" a licit!0. } l antii:,l qtr Jl elties.. (old }'e , 1Ir i i.il , Etc i . ) t ' t rl'i's )r:u Store. l SýtI ,all fell fro 'I'W hr ' Ii Ia,- '- . wio t n Im ctlilh ,iit. er. i r o 11 jt , u.im . loiLe hi ts a in tw fr ' ~1. ' 1 11' i'I( tt ll' Dr'g'si t r'i t' e.:1 ' ' r Lo..h i uvs i l( ' 1 t ' 11} "P i' o r ' ,ii w ear11t 1, 'I +c co W a t 5011( .L11 i ngm,: r :o l bi l jA lo n ull , tha "a'' ' ny ,IV ' 1he 8 itt reci. ..-l. ki uit i at r *i . l1o- '2 of.idi .. , SJail ll c. We cnt d lt 'altr h1s ,:iw , to t all 1; Lioraldl ...

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. — 14 January 1899

1 " 1 UIY SS, Alaska, whichc ýcU A' E O d)aT, after -m"T' "mD r F THE TREATY OF PEACE taken until tom "ThI - - BEFORE THE SENATE, formC rs :RANCE AND EN GLA HOUGHT TO BE 15 ensational Story Comes From Topeka, a: tod ay. The h ON THE VERe~E OF WAR. K ansas. Th Ella Se TF"E orer Score .eor. appr To Ks.-The Journal prints CU-UAN FACE isd Ac~~tl"presdentof up for c--sensational story to the effect that makes tho complexion r dificaor contede-Madagascar, frica and Other Points o ;wo Topeka boys, Seth Rosebrook and tiful. Cures a A diflcatlon of the/r Prows atiou for Difference Seth Rosebrook and 13algaen Cures alga Exion r Difeexc Eiist, and! the Tension la. Dhar es, Stowell, Spubli of teen te Two Countries is Increasin... Vho were arrested during the fall fee- Mrs. Ella Berry eto striken Ce hodes' igantic wil - ival here last September for holding the skin qoLn., as eson of or s , All a farmer, and who were sent to the eRI','. -O ¶enztri Ab.. to strikn owork-'s LoDo.-In events see to ...

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