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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
U cFFlO LJoUSX;Fo.TP=ean l8w. WV. 7. LEAKE, J0., Proprietor. "E~Idiption, per anum - - $1.0. tATUJItDAY, AU G. 1, 1896. Democratic Ticket. For Presl'lelt : WM. J. BRYAN, of Neb'ra'ska. For Vice i'reshidcllt: ARTHIIU SEWA1,L, of Maine. lieciun t at il'i doc0s aot agree with you ill politics do not iuumedi ately conlclude that lhe is at! anarelt ist or a hoodlum, a pirate or' traitor. These terms are Iorv hurled about by menl who were formerly gentle men. There are millions of American citizens who do not agree with other' American citizens; but the number oi anarchists, hood hiums, pirates and traitors in this country is limited. IBoston Globe, Dens. Major McKinley was Iiominated on the aunive'rsary ot the battle of Waterloo. The connection- between that atniversary and the nomina lion lies in thie fact -that McKinley is known imniliarly as the Napoleon ot proteotioi. And ther reare many people, who predict that he will meet hIs political Waterloo as.soon as the voters come to the polls. It is said that at din our on the day he was notified of his nolmilation-Ma jor McKinley upset a salt-cellar. Savannah NKews, Dem. What nonsenlase, like the last sen tenco quoted above, does get into newspapers anyhowv Rise in Price of Cotton Ties. We suppose that it will be sad and disappointing news to the cot ton producers to hear that the iriceof ties, all ilnispensableIarticle in preparing their product for the market, Iha been almost doubled within the past few ldays, with a still further advance after the first of August of about ten per cent. Those who had already laid in their supplies of ties before the advance .came were in luck, but we doubt if many! planters had the foresight or means with whiich to do this, though we suppose most of. the dealers had -- either purchased or contracted for most of the ties they expected to hantdlo during the season,-and thus will come out considerably ahead -by the deal. The Southern plant era spend. millions of dollars an nuallly -for bagging -and ties with which to pack their crops and place them ian marketable shape, and they will therefore notice with deep regret the advance in the price of both these commodities which will go far towards reducing the already meagre profits they make ou their cottou.-..Natchez Demnocrat. Twoof Uts 1 am so out of date and like a rusty handmade nail that I anm at .a-loss how to push the quill. : Some body has said Goodell ay sotpething for Ward No. 2. I may. be a little too previous tand off baso butt I am goirng for it ard so surely as one goes amoug,tiheir~ alsoiates there is to be heard that, modern laiment sad all tiresome aud hackneyed phrase, "If only thiugs and times were as they use to be." Iudeed it lihas be. come the .most expressive way of declaring dissatisfaction witlh all Sthings modern,. One ot two of us said encourag. ingly, "Brace upr, the preseant ip .good and [future promnising " Mr. Good "L" was a Jew days since irce. minded by an invaluable, citizen of our city olf a once very lucrative re mark,"allup atnl sony down.. Thank you, lttle.Joe, a pleasant reminder, it was out o' asght. Good ut ' said lae has looked about him on overy side tor some avenue wherenlu a maln tay walk iU pertect rectitude aind uprightness ina his dealings, free anid uttram ueeled, It.eens, he has. been the roluds ot-all vocations except pro *e ssionms, engineer, menrchant, Miller, f oremann, book-keeper and salesman all tleso has he been and yet failed o tfiud the idelP, fior w!hieh he nmigiht pursue his way independeit -..f illi competit-ion and at hiat lie foutnd' one, ree open oud honeat--l hat of farmer. And now he fllds himself a tarmer and gardener and not a very imn)ortallt one as you may ilaigine., There are a .few asrs whitA were once idle, which two ofuts iave.con verted f'roii vacant, unctltivatablle, inlpoverished latnd to the most fer tile alluvial land in this ,vicinity. The buildings, houses, balrns, etc., all are comparatively new and mtod ern. )o;le of thCem do they blush to call their own. They are liotci imeInts of ;L-work which ,thl y thor oghly eljoy noanld couint them the Victory of toil. But about that oth er ,iart there has been so lmuch miade.i,-.e, the freedom to do us one1 %will with only the hindrance of ani iiouest compettiion. I am f'ratnk to confess that in some respects it has not been lhllnl iin absolute perflee tiolln. It does not exist. Put so ,near as possible two ollus have reachedl it, amnd are masters of till :they .sur vey and just now they can imagiie no force or power sihall stop iln to say that their corn, cotton, vege tables or flowrssshanll not coinnan.d and bi ings as good a price upon the iun:ket as anly marde, provided: they are equaly :as good. ()Our .Pearl River potatoes and truck get on the streets a trifle in advance of the others. In this or that way-.2nd wyard manages to secure the patronl age of a few famnilies exclusively for tile season adtltou-dy shel is second to none as a producing and prosper. o011u neighborhood. Her trade is good, secu'e ao td.in demand. J.ust think of it, an honIorary member of thelSar. Hill base ball club., offered to wager. $1000, on the game of the 15th prox. HLie mneanit busines .for I caught the twinkle in his eye. I short, stop hero.fLr as a matter of facet all oftua are held in, check by the Creator. The d.ry seaoll is over, look for 'ilanj.,orn and eve. Tlhe, ly.. l as comei and the worm will soon be here. The farmer has too much .as- I alran;ce anttd thinks he can go ahead and do as he pleases, but we a"e all. dependent on the harrest and so dependent uponl .Im who contr'ols the Iharvest,.bnt, it is all a glorious work.; It alw.aysseemted.to mu. to.be nero like -making. sonmethingout of ,nothin!g ot any work in. which man ever engaged.. The. work is at times I hard, difftlult and wearisome, even-. the SmuishinlO and showers are often very perverse. But enough of this: In additioi, please say, dear Edi tor that a handlul of lsmart weed on each tfll cabbage, will efflctual ly' prevenlt cabbalge. wormls. , OODELL. Six week ago I suffECrod with a v'cry ese vere cold, was almost unnabie.to speak My friends all advised une to consult :a physician, Noticiug Cough .JRmedy ad vertised In the St. Pautl Foks Zeitutng I procured a bottle, and after taking it a short while was entirely well. I now most heartily recommend this remedy to any one suffering with a cold. W,. KEIL, 678 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Mion. For sale by L. P. Kilbourne, Druggist. A Card of Thanks. On behalf of tihe teachlers attenild ing the Summer Normail School, we desire to extend our silncere tlhaniks to the faculty tor~tle very able and thorongh nman!ler in w.hich the dif ferent branches of -study have bfdn coiducted. . Weo recoglize ini the faculty, instructors of the very hIigh est attaitnmelts, alnd of the iUost chlarmirg llrsoialityr, p~ach supple mnenting the eftbrts of the othelrs and thus totminug a corps of teach. ers ever inspiring and spurring on with their own earniestnecss the en. thusiasm and renewedt efforts of the studoegt-teach!ers. To the teachers .who have lad charge, of the Model School no praise is too great, ilot only for their plfailillg kindness to the lit tl, ones entrusted to their care, but for tohe helpful suggestions and oxcellent professional trainting given to the teachelrs who have worked under thleir supervision. The department of Physical Edu cation has been conducted by a .teQher whose splendlid method has wronyed a new interest in this very important - feature of our public schopl system. SO r theauks are :especially due to the.efficoient, energetio and courte ous Parish Sruperintendent land School, Board for their ulniform kaidle$-ix aod cnbeot'stiit a ne-t ti Merit .Is what gives Hood's Sarsaperilla its great popularity, its constantly nlucreasing sales, and enables it to accomplish its wonderful and unequalled cures. The combination, propirtLin and process used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla are unknown to .other mediciqes, and make Hood's Sarsaparilla Peculiar to Itself It cures a wide range of diseases because of its power as a blood purifier. It acts directly and positively upon the blood, and the blood reaches every nook and cornerot the human system, Thus all the nerves, muscles, bories and tissues come under the beneficent Influence of Hoood's Sarsaparilla The One True, Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle. cure Liver Ills; easy to ood's Pills take, easy to operate. 251. the best iLitertest of the teaclhers. And last, but certainly lIot lens', our monst gratecll thanks irte due to the va;uious contnlittees of la lies and gentlemen, and all citizens j'tio have. ii) So iltl;lly 111d Slli'h VIIa. rio,a1s ways cout.ri.bultel to our pleas Uwe auntd il)ppie.ss, that !t.o.w.as the plil'rting ho1r,11 hlia conlle, we shall take away withus ..l. "tgolhlen llelic ,ory", of the opell hatlldlel a-lid opei. heartelc hosi)itialit.y of the people of St. Francisville. llittie jlinllpetr, Jennic \Whitaker, Mittie Fuglhr, J. N. Anglin, ..,mJolnlliit tee. Our New.Specialties. Grianul;tr E ;i'ervsctent, Headache Salts, Itenl enrts hottle, ST'llclnm P1owder, L t..;: 'cnls Boy, I12 lijtu rtd'.: Coipotitlr ), 1E * tritelt Sara; parill; , 75 ct.s li)ttle, * Menthol Cone Ilhai;lers, * Tasteless Quinine Tabletl, liouserhold Ammnloui, 10 ets Pint Hottlo, T.fni'nlefoot Fly .!tp:cr, .Etc., Etc., at Muimford's 1)rug-Storo. , Called Meeting, A sp)ecial meeting of the Board of School Dirac1tors will be held at the Court Houseo on '1Vetlnesday, Aug. 5, at the usual hour, JAS. P. BOWMJAN, ..ir - dent Board. . Notice! Notice! Thie, Stockholdlters' AnrtnJ l Meeting of \est i'eliciana itulding &l Loan Asl)soci4 tilon will blo held at.- the Court I-louse, 'I'Tesdaly. Anlt. 4, 1896. at 1:30 P. `I., for election of o0u irs. A dividend will be declired. . W. W. LE.\K', S3cretary. Estray .N.otice. tit.E" o)f Louisiana, Parish of West Felici. anIn, 5thl Justice's Collrt. Taken up iil the Parish of West Fclici ana, on tie plintaitio1) of P. W. Griliiu.' by J. F. Grjfliu on the 24th day of Macdh 19ti, and estrayed before nmeo the undersigned authorityti, this, the 3rd day of July 1896, one sLorrel marc, star in the 'ace, :left fore, and hilld fot white, ralldod Melc on thle rIght shoulder. Said liiare is ahbuilt four years old aind aboult fourteep haudls high. Approved by P. M. Flenuinig and J. J. Griflin, two sworn appraisors, to be worth $15 in cash. This done aind signled ilu open court, this 23rd day of July 1896. W. R. CAMPBELL, J. P., Fif hI Ward. Notice. Se:lcd bids will be received until An gust 15th, on the addition to be built to the Ist ward, white, soool house. Ior p:articulare apply to W. W. I. LEALE,, JR., J F. ARD, SR., , Committee. Agent's Harvest Time! -LIFE OF Bryan & Sewell, Only authenie fiography of tLe Demo cratic Nominees for Presidient and Vice President; ahiead of all others. This will beo the Demlocritic lHand Book of 189 anld mtillions iWill be sold. This will be the yeli' of ye:alr for tlhe sale of Campaign Books, for there ne~vcr lias been such excitement and controversy ov er a National eletion. Hlook will he llanudlsomely illustrated; 650 palge ou fie paper, Cloth ltinding $1.50, halU .Morocco iudiig F3.09; by. m.il, postpai(d. . Very Liberal Terms to Agents. Agents get to v':orlt qu:irki; secure the clreimll of lhitin~s,s, atl (Xnli inontiey. 801id for eleganut Prosptclhe ') cents l,b manil, and talikec ordelrs it once. A;ddress.' - SPUilLtilE:4' MITPILYCO., 67 and 69 Emili Hulihling, St. l'utis Mo. ..# ..-----~ ___, fi yao wst l t ! br. ;1 , . "*.' of: cen r:,: w met , c 'ri ; .Ki, , :' . 1 YtI rI)1*srie. CrSeq I-t. l b(y 4.,5 .l M cer ', wairid!>y ,e.n 'it f , l : . W,.hirn. iot- fr womerwn n .. .,5 Dis) ,e! -. ) l-.. f;rI Cailrrb. Irsi of profi*ssl ar.! al;.J . m,,- rrel fer eno's, a i1eg : rarInt- e itvenU if. e~,:-.ry. (IiJ for men and wotaca _ •:__l_ _ orn of privn ae d1ise.a taisos dttS.se, feasIt tiJbw, e'. S.- Iwo - eant tlamps io play pos~, tna th lec 1lag ~Sp"'i. tlt andi Physicinau i, Isis coatry. DiI. HATHAWAY & CO,, ,cw :),tallJ., L1, Trespass Notice. From and after this date all huntitng of any kind on the Greehwood plantation Is positively prohibiti 'iiiider penalty t$f trespaseiug. Any uise fiunud on this ple.oe without p.erRissioti' will be considered trespassitg, od prosecuted to the fAll or tent of tbohe law. Mrrs. P. MATTHEWS. Trcspapss Notice. From and after tlti4 date all hunting of any .kind oil the Atibr6oiia Independenc Plantations is' positively'prohibited under penalty of trespassinig. ARV one fomuid on these olaces without perniission will be considered trespassing, andiliosecuted to the full ext~it of -.the law. S. D. BARROW. Trespatss Notice. llnting of any kind on Greenwood plantation, likewise seining, is positively prohibiited under penalty ot trespass. Any permiisio heretofore granted is now re voked. No escept.ionls. CHAS. II. RC1ED. Sheriff Sale. State of Lotuisiaun, Parish of West Feli inla. First Natclez l link s John Ii. and Slsie Gilbert. No. :324. Iy virtue of, and in obedience,to an or der of seizure :end sale, from the 13th? .ln dicial histrict Court, to the Sheriff direct ed,in t fhe above entitled 'it.' Lhave ektiz, ed dd Will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House, St. Francisville, Satdtuluy, July 18t h,,-1S96, Lt N'o. 2871, lot 288 fronting on P'rinci nil St. in square No. 33 together with all buildings and improvements, iu th6 town' of lay.ou Sara. a. ITerms of a:lc, Cash, wvith the bl:c'fit of appIl'a iseiten t." .J. 11 miril.t l'', " ~iheriff. .SOUTHER INSURANCEOt OF- NEW ORLEAb S, LA. C~ash (al ial....... (Qa,;piOt *.. A .s.ts....... .. z2,Jv"( Losse Equitably Adjusted ,A i P romptly.Paid. llutu.rc' Gin G l lisc ;, ,taw MI ills, Country 8tores, ) jol ling 1Houses-a(ld Bgiriis. Ad d'ess, .W. W. LEAKE, JR.., .Loral Agent. Wanted-An idea 'of mometspls potect your deas: they mway bringyou wealth. Write JOrN.WEDDERBURN I CO.. Patent Attor. y. Washlngton, D. C., for their $1,80 prize offer psm- list Ot tWO hundred ineelilous wanteal. : . ,, . o. N.- . .,- O- t. LE. O . tda, a ihv.:e- . ridde. iot " , mile Ol, F.. F.r -dit or. ,,e. lo'oo, hy., Oct. 15,'795. Atcmon Cycle C,:o., Elkhltllt, Ild. DlEAR 8t1s:--' he tel arri rec ye yteri, ag I have ridden it arbot40 ralce praed it hS ie u erfet sa etsfalCti so hare and I thiol it will continue to do so. df lout eoaeutod, iyo., Oct. 1a, tt5.r Acno Cynpeo Co., Elkhasrt, Ind. DEAt R SRS :--I h.avoe \tia.:y rceived anud 'iot ' word have I h'earnl ataiist f. .Your friiid, G " . LEMON. P. S. • T nm wi-![ .ng to cmlnPur it witlh aIn wteel il'dIis eit, rs'. FIn. Baptist iLA S JOHT.R, LAoitery Ith. ness, Oeala, FlL., ..' Pr.. Fa.irs,Elitor. DLtd, ud,'a., Ocr. 19, o'9. Aeina Cele Co., Elkha'tt; Fihe. )EAn fSis :--Ther exCte cami~ O K. and to say that I am, after a godi, trial of it, deligihtedr , tlere not more th yln tf c prcss it. Surly it is a beoatty. I'ie~ect. od t to Indies' wheel for my \\ife f and ntv sl1; i.,ut desire a 24 pound lr oadster fbr I i(iWli personlal 1use. P1oeae senid Io'qd 8ton U.,U . to ,1a S. .SLAUGH TER, LA., Mri,J. Qb. BOWELL, ' ProprhCress/ Uoard by thto day or Iuonth. .. -Bingl IiMeal. urmtxihd. - -. . . SWE HAVENOACENIJT ,ba ip. fromloWar hCtp1 - -.wolemie prces Pthlp ar,.n _cigi f r te. i ways If not snot r'P Ba,.'] a~ - " .Ii - is _ " "" . ' . ' - The GreatesLOlIhings that liha ever aiikn place ip t lie State will occur` .-I fi" , '6 BATON ROU E; LA., O WEDNESDAY, DR .4 --A Large Stookot--- EICHT AND TEN DOLLAR Sui. - Will be Sold for..-. 9 WOa L O L PATOs At ALSO, ALL - . oNLY :,oo, EIGHTT O RCOAT. at Don't Miss This Chance For .Clo I -)EALER -.IN--~ Fanoy. yGrceries, He . , arrIs " .... i Brands of WhiMies, .s1 Fr'uits, Candies, LEWIS 0, and STONEWALL, JOCKEY CLUS Fine Wines, BELLE of FELICIA RIVER1SIDE PHARMACY, RO ALPr Bayou Sra, La. ' J 1ra~ai ii £. '. M. aIDI iu" 3 •-***-4 E .LE1 I .. ,.* . - ------Pefuminri, Toilet Art- e.es, Sonps r nd Blrushes. FINE STATIONERY, AND BLANKOOO - PJeNS, - IN AND -ENCJL.. CUTLERY, NOVELTE$_ andFAlYAO -,c~IVAtr & TObACCO. - Prescriptions Carefully Comp,u. Auoivcr oi F1. IIAMMi3IER & CU', READY NIXED PAINT& REL IR ': NEWW _'ORLEAN" _L D_ Smde JACKSON SQUARE CIGARS,~-fuw by 8.ESIinlll 8.8 THE MATOHLEw S PIA1"OSI aJU e#1U8 i t EILLA BERRY SOAP9 .th IOANAL , Cures Sidnand Scalp 034GANS! Bat B aOcamu' • dPimples, Oiu[, Ral tU tIEE BLLAA B.RaY ". ' W ALe Lder, AL A . - ..LLA EE,,R tti, Window Ilas, Otreat Wrinlle remov-P AM'PLEB rI4N7T r oc A sJuu er for all skin rrltiAons. $1.00 aE W 1- box. These three at ali Drug Stoae or direct IEATI, 80! WAW~t* 'ro In RS, eLLA BERRY, DERMATOLOeIS T 128 CIJ( IT..___g____ ,-_-_ Morris Bl3ldin4, Now Orleanst I , •a oolt - 8-,: = and sample soap tor l0 ots. Call or write. AD ) ll lVWii .iUUnhD. e0TAIC8 IA, G. LAUEW & SOJ IS * LI r i aa ,AD Ii ! Cowatry Pro'.uoe soliCited. llm dkL i..' -O GI. Wrcte us. . PoYDnRA S. - F, PECnlll oYo,,~ .B !o.re, . ,,.C. TI...C.. WANTRD)-Names of r.irns troubled wtI-L HAND MAD .ooto bottom and 58oot ve nlledl ree. P.GwO;~UAoUrZBns, LBn toot bottom nd a (tiSm 1, S iiH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS' bo 'nI_ . -,PohsLm Arms Co.'L Do St, "CU TAHSOLIAiU ' CHEAPEST. WIndow Shade in-- ton; ar"--- I pets, matting, curtain poles, lte curtaini, Askyourinert, ts a st I~rSU e ., e ually ow - P ilger's, 451-4~3 Dryades. P, HRilO.endaleti SU #m *,,EDMSMAN*- Orleans llsm i to your . W. EIOHLINO, 279 Deatur St. Garden, Ip yOu HAVE gOUNtRYP ia.l.an Flowcr seeds. Roses a ipecalty. ELL WRt5 To T (Of o usIfIb 5a wAsusmi;hs