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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 30 January 1897

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. . LKE, Jr., Pu. and Prop. S'I. FRANCISY tLE, I 'EST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANARY , 1897. VOL. 5.--- . ,,, IRA(,S\'IL BES 1;II€:A. ].R~l.L. eIID ., uel J. Pow"l 1. John II. Stone, St. Franoisvil' e. Clinton, La. pOWELL & STONE, AttornIeys - at - Law, St. Franicisville, La. S'oT.8 eMPL1B. W. R. PERCY., SEMPLE & PERCY, ,,.ttorueys -- at -- LaVw. Will practice in any court in this ' trict. -Office in Bank Building.- j1T. FBANCISVILLE, LOUISIAN:L DR. A. F. BARROW, .-physician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. Ofce in Leake building. Telephone uls answered from cithur Kilbourne's -r Mumford'h drug satures. DR. H. LOFTON, DENTIST. Grown and Br'i:lge lWork a Specialty. Will be in St. Franucisvillo on the Ist ead in Clinton on thu 15th of each .oath. SIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, it, Francisville, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in his line. Oflice at residence. A T. Gastrell, BARDWARE, STOVE...

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. — 30 January 1897

TI : TR- UE -: DIOCRAT PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT 1ST. PRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Year by year the number of students a the colleges of the c'ountzy who are ielf-supporting increases. ;' 'The New York Commercial Aaver tlser suggests it would be well for ad renturour, impulsive young Americans to remember that enlistment in the Cuban army makes them liable to a ine of $1000 and three years' impris sonment for violation of the neutrality laws. .. ...... - = -- =-- --.-'7-' Electricity cannot be stolen in Ger many, according to a decision of the Superior Court. A man who had tapped the current of an electric com pany to run his own motors was ac quitted on the ground that only a material movable object can be stolen, and the judgment has just been affirmed on appeal. A returned colonist says that the trouble with the Topolobampo (Mexico) scheme of co-peration was that it lacked government. "Everybody was a shareholder and everybody felt him self a boss." The result was a Donny. brook fair, to s...

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. — 30 January 1897

DY'S WARDROBE I:.IAT FASHION AND)) FANCY SAY L IT SIOULD CONTrAIN, Jew Vagaries Furnished for thte Con Bert and the Street-Poke Bon. netstothe Fore Again-Charm ing G(owns and Jackets. (Special Now York Letter.) • IHAT the last year but three of the century bids fair to set a pace for novelties in feminine apparel is evidenced by the *,vant couriers" of fashion in the sbspo of '97 models now exposed by loting purveyors to Madame La [ode. yFhion repeats itself quite as often •s history. Poke bonnets were "en gle" at the end of the 18th century, * ,a they bid fair to be fin-de-siecle g un. We generally look to the stage forevidence of the forthcoming fash ib, and one of its fairest daughters .ppeared at the Professional Woman's gue Bazaar gowned in a quaint frock consisting of a plain skirt of purple cloth and e. jacket of purple velvet made much on the blouse style, batbelted in at the waist line with a mrroiv belt of turquoise and amethyst. grrsoft dark hair was partly hidden, prtly...

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. — 30 January 1897

'.h)FFICIAL. JOU NAIT OF 'li'E [-)PA.I.I. ;:,uilmriprieo , per almu - - - 1.5f). I1n)'d Ivm A'r SI.III)AY. gnteroed a4 tke P'ot Ofmfe at !r. Fr:tne:i. villa, La.. as .sefotd iclas lmatter. SATURI)AY, JAN. 3.), 1897. Iacst l1;oh Syrlp. Truttes Gc .Q Uº Then a:,lllets of the Lat. 6,-11t. Uni vPrsity puIblish a paper, The Re. 'veillo. It will wake iup the school. J. Pieilrat Morgan will give a nbliihlg costinig a iuiilion (holla"s tI' the ,Society .l the Lying-in lios. pital, New York. Olive glrecll hs teeni Rde ol ,!e.d' i A fightillg color fui' our lcruileirS anil( li:ttle ihilisl as this tint is Mot easiily ds+:&sul: ilsl at ser. .--... 41- - --* - -- -4.. The .. R. Adroctte was reckon ing withllot the clerk of the weatl her whetn it lroliniscd a warW welcome 'to liae llrnlers at the Agricultural Caieientioil, W ednealsAy. Solomonllll waI c>illd )by tle tie brews of li 1» lsy "l'tho; while kinlg" fr'Ow te garientsll he al1ways wore. The resaou for thearvion)' c'omlpiar i ",...

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. — 30 January 1897

ºC igsOUS ouJotices. ServiN'4's at Star Hill. ,;.2c~,s .t'4nil ut:y in eve.ry maonth, Retv. WI. 4(1'(l ' Ii ht. '4 tifl4 i j.'2))12tll inn ibIytBe of I'e. ach oI, ut. I, A. itl :,18i 1" i .'''.:. .1 t 122 1. t1 t. 41 1(ints i 1Atk.1u ii(t(.i s, ( 11ielC hi 14 k'i h 4)(W 'ile J;tiitt'i'tie at y S ro'44 'b y 1r~ a ' hev 8ip.1 t~it t l 1'UIn i The t 1ltialnthýei't (' k 1: IIt lit aihto illliso gan th~is41(1il~~~ 81'ij.Y 1i4Wt(! titi ))24)t'~CtttI ;Li S;t. ir - W-l. ('.1;.~ h1ave ;; t'2is hav2'fingt $0111) it0t' TsttIPui(l, t u ig ir 1 . ,I t 1 .1h ell to i( 1 ( lie ki e ste 4lii.) t 110W.i 1. til t I I' 1 e cltit tiie b. past ti t'he A b i d 8 l i ) t r 'i i to ttl u 'ke o f sg1"o T u d a Tile tlls"1"ntouivtc i1s o t; this tlaee dnl'in i ' ci tc lie l tol 'T' lLs 8)24 o it I idn 12:4) ti te'd;mci iii ult 'i oiLt e t It i:s)'iO11S bi2Atoona. toagh~e, 1:I1 haveti(:. l exprsse an in. 1e niodi.bt 1' Il g l'ti. 1(Iº h i . new tch 1) 1 t'). 1 htrt " :'iCs iltltljt) t1 1iteds :12 lll( f 14) l...

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. — 30 January 1897

LI.OVE HNUR MN !ATURE. Tale of a Short Courtship on the Mississippi River. 23Y JOHN HABBERTON. J'Vtf .t'awsewa . \ a a \nkHo(t whi thought he knew cv,'ryhtiing, yeo h &know only two things well-h-oiey nit leredityS . li goet and Foiel inre. hone from a z.iven tllnumbr of S() rmls of boO auwi any oiher ImanI in hi native sati as many rel.orts of co.:ity .'and Stat fairs ;'ill p:r'ove, ad mi s is, ny was th S 0W4t, s;t an I elei.est th:t over resa .he, t ie ar w"lkt.r 4 ',f lohost'n andi Now Yorh lie kiew what' to plat :utl wihe:n t At t ln ordv'r to have a great de:i Kies CiLh.uice oo!')1s for ij urbe to do pen.I ui)on, 6t1) b)Esi1n getting too.I .Jhoney than maIy:i on; () (!:.te h!: 1' veor lost; tVwari a of lo,' by : (stn'ii,( c; agailst i.,O) " atW.ing groun. d ari it eovelq iendt sl grJationa in se;s:l:,h of sbef.t ,r. Az for hI:re,|ity, why. huni:,l.n naltur wa. ealmost ail I:: fo(:d d owiorth tluynlo lteor he lhi t e!uo!. Ar early copy Ii w2 hriting bo'lg abt chool had in...

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. — 30 January 1897

Are women big children? This very 5atonishing question has been asked by the world and has been answered. The greatest authority of the age, Trofeseor Caesar Loabroso, has made it a special subject, and with powerfal emphasis he answers: "Women are indeed nothing but big children." The death of judge Parker of Fort Smith, Ark., removes a man who for twenty years has been a terror to evil doers in his district. He had the courage to enforce the death penalty In in the face of the threats of thelawless W1 companions of many desperadoes, and be helped to rid the southwestern en country of Ecores of men who had in defied the law and selected the borders he of the Indian Territory as a place i where they would be secure from ar- th. zest. fot the Severeal dtys ago C::rroll D.Wright, the commissioner of lalbor, filed a report bri in Washington which reveals what the ter Atlanta Constitution calls "a most alarming condition of affairs" in this country. As the result of a careful investiga...

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. — 30 January 1897

BY WIRE AND CABLE, E~~f~l~L~YJ·-----L--_ It tl .g iterls of Happenings Throughout : he Entire Ccuntrl. IELEASED ON GEN. LEE'S DEMAND. *4ttle Pete, the Plunger, Murdered A Deliberate Suicide-Morion Route f to be Foreclosed-Fatal Explosion Ar Society Man Short. .Released on (Gon. Lee'a Demand. Gen. Ahumada, in respouse to the eemands of Consul (Gmneral Lee, has Instructed the 'urerto Pl'rincipe author ities to immediately set at liberty Eva A~dan, an American arrested at Havana as a political suspect. It i4 ordered, however, that if any cause can be dis covered proceedings v ill be com mnenced. fBreckinrldge's i)augliter to Practice. On last Saturday at Frankfort, Ky., Miss Sophonisha P. L'reckinridge, daughter of Col. W. C. I'. Breckin ridge, was the tirst woman ever admit ted to practice before the court of * appeals of K'ntuckv. Miss Brcckin. ridge was examnined )by Chief Justice Lewis, Judges Hazelrig, Painter and Durell. , Titlle Anderson the Winner. Tillie Anderson won the six d...

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. — 6 February 1897

·I··'~ ;' I.a- I ··; · : I -- A .· . " J IMF -+} ·~ Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. - g Jr., Pub. and Prop. ST. FRANCIS'ILLE, WEST ihICIASA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1897. VOL. VM---NO. 1. W nY r· L John H. Stone, Clinton, La, NELL & STONE, - at - .Law, O Frauaisville, La. W. H. PEICY, PLE & PERCY, tB- at Law. jice in any court in this in Bank nuilding. ýVLL E, LOUISIANA. ;A F. BARROW, Ian and Surgeon, 8t FranciVille, La. l©o building. Telephone red from either Kilbourne'i £ 4 drng stores. iDR. H. LOFTON-, own and Bri Pe Work :' a Spcii: - . qt, Francisvillo on the 1 st nton on the 15th of each SPOWELL, D.D.S., , - Lousirioun, ed to do all work in e Ofice at residence. S, Gastrell, dARJ, STOYES, WAGON CRIAGE WOOD WO)RK. Furnishing Coods. OOD: MtIWING MA. HATY RAKES, SASI, D08, DOOR3, ETC. MOEPH &TE , ...Dealer I,.... obrchanlie. IIn Connection With Store, of Horses and Mules for sale. &liifaction Guaranteed. OS. STERN, SFoot...

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. — 6 February 1897

TIi T :- T!DT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT 1ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. 'The statistician of the United States estimates that the school population of this country is 20,099,23. Of this mumber there were enrolled in 189-1 13,960,288 pupils in the 'district or public schools, under the instruction of 388,531 tcacberv. The average daily attendance of the pupils in these sjchools is 9,208,896. The No-Two-Alike Club is the name of an organization of women in South ington, Conn., who profess to abhor all the opposite sex and any assistance they might render. Just how the title of the club came to be adopted, whether the members individuallv have no two opinions alike as to the Inch folk, or 'whether no two men baore similar at tributes, is a mystery. The late General Eli HII. Murray wsn a Southerner by birth, and was the youngest general officer in the Union Army. As United States Marshall he freed Kentucky of the Kuklux Klanu, and as Territorial Governor he settled the ultimate fate of polygal...

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. — 6 February 1897

M OF I 'ThE. 6 OF' FAS TAS ION FOR o's "Matinee Girl"-Hler sad Foibles-(GowI1s Seen the Bi3zaar of the Red Cross Soclety. (pceial New York Letter.) SHAT would x w York be without its m tinee? And what would a matinee be wlithnut the atinee girl, with her opera lasses, her boXs and bnh of iolets, shlie 'e most anything if she he adpretty. For she s amrry, , saucy 1and ( uda 1 ous little with a world of ibtle plans jag under the suns ie of her ]g, Shc is going t outdo all her matinee gire o0 die, and, r aim is conq:uest those of aline persuasion might as eapthe light. Being a woman ,ho study of the matinee girl of my sex has been a keen annd ng pleasure. Not that I have riosity about her, you under sor about anything else, so far is concerned! Matinee BIlossom's programme: Sturday afternoon is a varied Snasually starts with a curtain in the shape of a luncheon at thepopular luncheon resorts in ' hborhood of Twenty-third After this comes a promenade Sion just long enough for a the conf...

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. — 6 February 1897

TJHE iiTIJ1 Dif)DIO(R AT. W.W. LEAKE L, 4 U., Proprietwr. kbu ipJtiolI, per aku m - - S.5. Isa t."i:IfE 1' :I:Y ,$A'r cu ,tn . 3Enittered at t1u. 1h",,t Oflie at St. l'r:itº"is :i.le, l.a., a: ,$ nd 4'l:c lilass 1 (t r. SATUUI)AY, I~ll. 7, 1897. 1. ltfEsWmls;E LI ELSE kAtLS. But Co h Syru .rTne Good. 17eo ( 0Wte odby rdrugidkt... I ffugcWi th li, issue is beguin vaininne a 6 he t'1'iii I )essios'1n I, it *hav'itng . ]pissieh its i(lifth 1ki1'tlid ay of the vii ilist. With the op1en~ing" voi:Ilme we pr1o~lo)$0e) to of4jt tlE.ne ail8 -' Ita.,V to - gilui--f a is, 1.w1ile working to dmake ;I fair livinsg All. ttlr'elveis, at, the N5 FlitheI lillt'iv lai h, Ito fn~tw!a 1$110 lii Its 11$ Il1rie fed, of 1 eing ' rviee t! ;the people of `,West" Felittiatut., 1)esp;ite .the had weithet , which "ý''gel3' dteereased 11110 s-l tmelamte'i, .meetin;o" tit e 3State Agrieul .11;1 bntele'ty was ;6 J:'1:1;11-tone. The 1haijserst w'e(re fille, t he It'ev;iil iii spirit IIll that ronill be desitred. 5...

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. — 6 February 1897

rt .1E7PdO(5R-AT. Se~r"icc~ at star Hill. "'j iii CV(1 i nevrytcoittli. Ugev. Wr' nI'pt, jipºtiwt. 'I'1irdi $1112q!:y in Itomn, a Catholic Church. ;ºrý Of Al t. C Iarnel, `t.Fm kneis illy oIltt1O ever' ijiwit h, Uov". y GQ4'ItI, 1I'iew~t. ' liAi Scrvic " at. B'J3iou Sara. K. 4ntr~laý" of 0.11-1 tlolth, at 11 A. . r º;,.Jlc al ni it -keeper, a.i.rsr-T'l'haulcs. Hope to hoar 13 I Fei.10, Pythian fliyl. iuntry was (on Lire at .`'1 he Cottage" - utid caused some C''an. ~~---------- fik .t cr's 'ýt1o ` F.1111 ;GC 'lisk~a titock~ingk t`',t Felcan his herd pºublishedl acnd i4 on >(alo jlulrldirl l. lye sure to 10uy a copy. liniford's appointment 20s post-as blwel L, contlried by the L. t. d: a llni:-lnt. evenlnl at Pythi lll Alid at the s:.ne1 timoe, add another' _ rt tlthe dtroluthl fuIi. lie jih for mntl, wvoulllann or c(1)1l) lievelit, We dnesd:ay ni,'ht. `;o re ne:its. lhit plºenty I) g inuho focr x:11:. , 1ll1t bildlt in BlIa you Sara hielo~'- ill 1iis.. IlK nix2 n hlt h 2II it Oe,...

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. — 6 February 1897

:DVEAND HUMAN NATURE alc of a Short Courtship on the Mississippi River. SBY 4OH1N HABDEERTON:. h en tit' o 11 ilh a 1, 1 It naw ay .'in i r'ed to his littl e;h l anid pretended O to HlreJp, itlt In' spternt, 1 m:t uin fortah hh Iight. Whyiv, evx" hi ho;t 1U, o0: t to. h qii +1!11;1 . W,'was palati ipar d with tit,, hot!'e at whit'ih he lale suLi Sppr. l'ilt ii''a of a train womnIl iitlnigiziti utp su$ t'iII: daughter ih a pl'tn! Wihtl, 1u!, they Lo kin'; of, tr; ouild it t, thily dil not ik at all? 1i1 ithought. hh; owt'j a: i erauiped('tl 'ul hia ti '-ot lift' abli oo4t as 't as a ho ut toil ., ye: it Ihlut girl liv'e la }e o-i . -it.she would so' a great Jn m or of the ivorbti :lull itl" inhaibit thanl :h' ('ver could while x;111 in ited that har.' t'a hil. But why u1d hr' thlln of t'u hir hieo;;g ln a 11e1 t at all? 'T'h'rce war- l". way f1, her each uti'nh ink u fe-s sihn wer'' soun to marlry 11 mall in the ho::or busli ; irts'e:o1l of thuat .It ' w iublti te Sil1'rt hrow'11T ""...

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. — 6 February 1897

dergo unsuathed risks roma1urtful climatic in. Suence s exposure, gwtsork and fatigue. is the sigor ct a Isimpartedi to a doilitated physique by the poerl',Sn 13!t :IlIIulstIeguard. liostetter's Stomans BittUer. YOu Iaay pcsawse this vigor in a hi"ier deor't;, hluat tlhe trained athlete, aiithough yfor n:;sL'ular developmient tay be far iterlior to 1hi:. Vigor implies. sound.t good digestion and stornd repuoe, two hlessing, eon !trredl it tao Bitt1rs, wbih remedles malarlal, ho(utnstl,. ieIvoUWl anti kidney trouble. 1ice t11ue Chriutian dos a great tran tlliigs 0he ie iu't hlaVe t9 do. hile gr at:"t-indlt Ls thl:u i'on. who rend'irs ;he gre'atcwt :sry ·: . t:N.1To.lHac tor ilfty Cents, OQtri tt)JOme) rerl. Whly tiot let Nn-To-Btae regti:tle or relmiove your tit ire for tobarcoi? $&avcs 1one', tit tke heallb andt manhood. Cure gnuar'liued. tO cents and $1.0, at all druggl.ut. It tak's i))!oe dark days to tell no what CAses:-'-s stintla'lite lit-i-r, kidneys and boweL,. Never t aM...

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. — 6 February 1897

AN APPEAL. aarilty Asked to Appease hunger anp Stay SufferAing. To the Charitable and Generous peo. ,. e of Louisiana; As a committee appointed recently y the advisory committee represent .ag the drouth stricken parishes 'of 1forth Louisiana to solicit, in the name Sthe whole people, and from the ritable and warm hearted people of 'hState to appease the hunger and s the suffering of an allicted see n, we, the undersigned beg to make e following statement of the condi . ne and needs of the stricken people: We recognize that there is agenteral and from the public, whose charity re solicit, to have us tell the whole fory of affliction, to give full informa. ni in detail as to our conditions and dds; and in retponse to such doe ands,we must admit our personal ia. Sity to give it in detail, for the main on that it is hedged in and sur rounded by extreme difficulties, fore most of which is :the area inc ntided, ahe district represenil fourteen parish ,with extremes in didtanees exceed r10...

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. — 13 February 1897

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana ah'd School Board. W. LEAKS, Jr., Pub. anPro. ST FiRANCISVILLE, WEST IPLICIANA PARISH, LA:. SATURDAY, FEBRIUAY I , . VOL. V--~NO. powell, John H1. Stone, PýisvFlle. Clinton, t.a. DWELL & STONE, eys - at - Iua w, St, ~ranisiville, La. W. R, PERCY. EMPLE & PERCY, eys - at -a Law, practice in any court in this e in Bank Building.-- CoSVILL~ LOUISIANA. R.A. F. BARROW, lclan and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. o Leake building. 'Telephone ered from either K ilbouruo's ford's drug stores. PR. H. LOFTON, ENTI S T. rown and Bri dge'Work a Spclialty. ia St. Francisville on the 1st Olinton on the 15th of each EY POWELLt, D.D.S., DENTIST, oisi, - Louisiana, pepared to do all work in 'line. Office at residence. T, Gastrell, DWARE, STOVES, WAGON CARRIAGE WOOD) WORIK. i' Furnishing Coods. WOODS' MOWING MA. IE, HIY IAKES, SASH, INDS, DOORS, ETC. 08EPH STERN, ....Dealer Ix.... ' eral erchandise. Stable in Cennectioa With Store. I of Horses a...

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. — 13 February 1897

S-:" TRUE DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT BT. FRANGISVILLE, LOUISIANA 'Postmaster-General Wilson said in ialast annual report that rural free delivery is as yet an experiment, the iesults being incomplete and its suo* @esB not assured. ~ With reference to Rudyard Kipling WV. D. Howells says: "His is the lustiest voice now lifted in the world --the clearest, the bravest, with the fewest false notes in it." %'With pride in her every look, a fossil (Oregon) woman who had shot a coyote which her" husband had missed, after discovering it trying to steal his turkeys, carried the scalp to the newspaper office and applied it on her husband's subscription. ' A New Orleans belle, having tired of scalps, is gathering whiskers of ad mirers who are induced to shave clean to please her. She has all colors, shades, lengths and degrees, from grave to gray, from gay to dobonnair '--and scraggly snow-covered whiskers of ancient beaus, the lion-tawny Van. dykes of middle-aged men, the curling mustaches ...

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. — 13 February 1897

REALM OF STYLE A I[[ItOR OF FASHION FOR DI.IESY WOM1EN. Smart Gowns Seen on Fifth Avenue ,Novelties in .Jewelry Adopted by Fashionable New York Womankind.l (Special New York Letter.) \-,GTHEN the clear, beautiful / winter days have fairly set in and the snow-filled air is bright with gleams and sparkles, the possession of a good, warm outer garment becomes an abso late necessity. So, I shall take this occasion to correct a general impres sion,that silk plush is necessarily an imitation of sealskin; on the contrary itis a fabric from which is fashioned sche of the most stylish mid-winter garments of the year with no preten sons to be far or anything else but silk napped plush, a material of which leading tailors are making some of their smartest jackets. A fair idea of such a production can be obtained from one of the ac eompanying sketches. This natty little jacket is just twenty-four inches long, made with the fashionable loose front and lined throughout with heavy satin. The faste...

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. — 13 February 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. f, OPPý+ e&wa, +Ers.50. W.WW)JiIAIUC,jg,, f~nrre~. 1]!B uwt S Y aOAY. ýEntared st tie Tc~t ORIl·eatt $t. * ie · ai s a .,asaucxmut w malbcr. SATURDAY, FEB. 13, ]87. i Meet 8yrup. Tate i me. Sold byd, w n. Louiaiaýu 4ul alnd rill care for iher own perile. Chlla does al t .va nt llhae rule. Si3he wants freedom. T'le colummlt tee ofthe Lanw Rdiform 3 .A!s'n., nppointed to elmdiJO inlto %he charges'aginst LiolOl Adangs and W. L. Evans for .maprol(fsional 'wondlta, repl)orts the piity, and "-comllenlds the Dlistrict (Conl't to sp ell Proie.ed~it fli r tzeir disbar amceit. In hard Times. Spend all the money you can 'f. 'lord. Every dollar you pay A helps Ato pay 1, and B.to pay 3,-;und so on ll through the alpidabot. Every a 41lrr you hoard makes it harder I ior the whole alphabet to buy any.. hlling new or pay for what they have already balglht. $ hlo would have thought BIah-. S ,1l was 'bigger than Hainna lt Yet, the Governor of Ohio it is, a lthat is flusming...

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