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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 10 April 1897

.- ,.. " It Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliciana and €chool Board. L K J, LEKJ. Pb n ro TF{N(CISYILLE, Ws[. VEICAN ARISH[, IA,.., SATURDAY A.PRILIJ 10, 1897. V~,.. VI.. ---NO. N( . lami----m~~~~~~~~~: • R I lI I Il il Ei iliil ll~lill QtJ Powell.. John H. Stone, st. Francisville. Clinton, La. pOWELL & STONE, jttorneys - at . Law, St. Francisville, La. sB arMIJ. W. . PERCBO S  EMPLE & PERCY, ttorneys - at - Law. Will practice in any court in this -Offlce in Bank Building. ItLRANCsVILLE, LOUISIANA. DR. A. F. BARROW, .pysician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. ce in Leake building. Telephone i answered from either Kilbourne's gaIumford's drug stores. gIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, It Franociville, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in hi. line. Office at residence. . T, Gastrell, IABDWARE, STOVES, WAGON sud OABRIAGE WOOD WORK House Furnishing Goods. ,BOP, WOODS' MOWING iA -I. CRIES, HAY RAKES, SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, ETC. JOSEPH STERN, . ...Dealer In.... Ge...

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 April 1897

THE-:- TRUE :DE D1OCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The farmers have long been the most dissatisfied of all the population @f the United States. ---.. The number employed in agricul. ture in Spain is but 4,033,411, of whom over 800,000 are women. The burning of the Capitol of Penn Sylvania has spurred many Philadel phians to make a renewed attempt to have the state capital removed to their city. An affirmative vote of the peo ple of the state at a general ebtion is required by the Constitution before such a transfer can be made. India is a very uncomnfortable couu try. This year is worse than com. monD. iDrotught makes cve'ry road a rive f dust; other rivers' are dried up. P Grain is poor, as well as scarce, apti garden products are sspless. If the traveler cats meat or fruit, he is ti threatened with cholera; if grain or R vegetables, he Is reminded that the hE bubonic peat (which is the fatal "lit- i tle sicl:kesc" of ]3ombay) chiefly af fects vcgetarians. F...

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 April 1897

sINrLLENCE. - , ll d., 4 dogn thu oo 1hk , ha. I een try read hee went no t.l hali to S her Ie''rse unexpeeted aip` arant*', she s r," -a, up to Iler withl the adowe h b!n so lo b,  iargalr-t, venjo. your v'iit rrsmuch? W\hy Yo ",t thos, peoip'ie w;tll, anid Sjust a littll of syour t'Orl)rpay. it'1t rh chitrc" . I a!n golin;g trmorrow. - -ro'rr? She grazincd hlrp r,air-dl ote tightly, bht no further conl haped her li!~. r this for indiTffren'ie, Brian ned, ater a brit' pauve: "I dare - shall never re iyou ti;ini. Of Tom will not ',gr t t ut, b t le Igod1houl liiiO to kr,'v thit You rme. If yolu only know how 1 Ierred' If you coui rialize how' suffer. you would t,be kinter. It ld to lose all, a.:'gac t ." elbeenu so unkind? I :: sorry. I not totl you thlit I rgroit,l abitternies I cannot cxpress., the uns wuicsh t ike me r' -ist.ri . II there i; nlly wayV- alnerrUnto:1 her with lpassionate eh. "1o1l do tri intljuieic. )Do - 1ose I ws anillulicg to tlit, .I hate the vO r-" mcntin o...

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 April 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCITAT. ýOFFICIAL JOURpNALOIF'u lpIE PIARISII. V. W. LEAKE, JI,, Proprietor. '81usrilption, per an1n - - .1.50. Isar'ED EVI':RY SAT'URIAY. Entetredl at the Post Ofice at St. Fra:nie"li vill, La., as s(.conl class Imatter. ATUIAY, A Rlh 10, 18)7. Bot Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Ute In time. Sold by drugsts. The Mighty River. Another week or desolation, anx ,lety andl ,'deslmir. The mighty - river: as it seet hes'and surges on. ward I.owalrds the sea, seeking its -owin level regardless of the ruin it causes, is levwling the Ihomes, miad bIlighting the hopes and ftlnure of the peoplc of the great Delia. A wail of weo anld distress comes from the tflooded districts of Ar ka nsas and Mississip)i, and the people of Louisi:ina with anxiois lhea ts and bated breath await the crisis. We appeal in vain to the SU.. . Engineers for some gleamI of hope, for nsome ray of sunshine to . disperse the thtireniteniingi cliiide. JThleir Inswers areo1iinoils: ''llopel1 lor thle best, but prepa...

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 April 1897

rf;jJ' EIO iuR T.H Iigiou5 Noti.ces. ;It !I:I) ~*~ N iA u $t~ri(V$ a):tt k1\ 'I~i~",l: :I. :tt 11 ;!. I1., 'l::ýf1 i( 11 1 '1.: :11 - 0!1 .,!i l 'i('!1 :\! ' ('ti II'~ tilt `li'ttl.t j lut. n l. S "l t v1r :It G.,"" M1. `tt14l. at u"~ll:; 11711.·ll!c ~ 1 :llllilt. (i;,lltir1t Illrilll S:, :It 1v it SClletirCeI of TrI'1w 5. fronl \\'odville........10:10 a. in. fur Slaughter.....* ......11:10 a. in. tn coil front Sla:lt_'r... ...2:20 p. ill. pat Sfr:W1 l\ill ...... : .  :35 l'. 1 i St. ,'ral 'ivillc host-ottlhe.i lose cs l !fhour L boein' departunre of Irain.ý ir Sir. Cleon closets atl 5:05 p. iii. 1r Str. Liberty at 5:05 p. In. Tuesday wet ly ndl tsatr'day. in the po.st otlice at 1:ly, Sara Vii jille 2 p. in. 1 For tr. ("hon 6 a. in. r, Liberty. ilt arivaIl f I,1t. toi _ier ,llg:, 38~ 2 ft. ( Rising at rate oily:' . School ltoard imeets today. iectilng of .i 1 hou Bitu. last Be lay--- lnortir lacki g. early aid 111:1e your spring selec .fn're the choicest aie Vow ]'reyti car for E...

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 April 1897

OLD -ME-MIORIES. El- rrm:: itn my Vart r)l memories awake And lot him reiln! I'll hold my soul, T o-n i ,'.dht ! so. ie on my li.4 'el kI i4 blr r- ,,To-night! Ston m ii,* ,pti kit ,,s burr; In grin'l flef to this minht. P[ - Hot to mn.y ,.., av-,pt tarnm.s retllrn; In fal,, alhhia.::, off c ast-. lorgozutln thri,s my uke I s shake, D.:u,- thf I re,ot's: ietty toll, To-nigiht! Lfjve is aveftgn.1-my ried -ove Si -m ri lov- Take loyally, grenat Past, my king, S-night! To-night! The -akntiug l'r.,ont -lit away; To-morrow's sun may thee tnthrone The giant Pas. alone has sway-- Bet eyes, lips, heart-all that I qwn "'oeutial as the godi s abve- Of treasure-I before thee fling, To-ight!To-night! " --Household Words. I MIs. Ls.LWOE\VOOD'S GOVERNESS BY JENNY WREN. %.1il ti U' II lllUL Ji.., LT~I.LV' - HIEN first Edith Lor Ing realized the sad truth that she was ( orphanedl, that the l"' fnather who had ~ lvibed i upon her1 t all that wealth could M yicll hlad died al hankru,t at an unl...

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. — 10 April 1897

Bald-hcatic ness is a more common aflliction of men than of women, but the min say this is due to the greater mwnt al activity of their sex. FORNEDAPSWORK e-- -a ta rd yr tt vOalet-r , intctyaddr rtes: "::;( - wr\:'H' L::.,to-oI" w ri:.; ~9' ,: ri",'3 Wf 1'a:,,: ners,':'elled G btu ia.ited Jeowelry t:. ali io r us ar.:.:rt: oir il' me)y antI w :A.;nl, c:;.arg :: cp:ild. a strnlm wlilltlng. ot;id tlatedl, ti me1li c -keupin Iatch, or a Et.:li Gold )ting, ert with a e'anino l o' a )is:trnnld, or i. cer. man Orcerstrion Music eofi, or you can keep k:llia the mioney I!lst.,ad Of a :rren;ct. Say You will retiretr "hat, y'?: dou t sell. Write full n:ame, , :.. 'i nit' . A!drs. iN. Y. T. CO., 592 E. 116ih St., H. Y FR EE irelt R!l lti" ::i le. FL' EE !oni tion to tli iolhoiw h rl. mlaarkable statuael.lelt: Dear Madfame: Yours to hallnd. I recot. Smend the Moore treatment because I have tried it, ;lvl know It to he just what he ays it is. 1 was c:ured yv it, and have remained s.d eight ...

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 April 1897

IEWSY WASHINGTON NOTES. Ise Most Important Doings of Statesmen and Officials. IOSEBY AFTER SEN, LEE'S PLACE, & Presidential Dining--Admiral Rainm. say Relieved--Chief Ilarrington Rie appointed-A Blunt NoLtifcation -A New Appolotmet.. t Admiral Ramsay Relieved. e The formal order placing Rear Ad miral Ramsav, chief of the navigation bureau, on the retired list, was issued from the navy department Friday. Offered an Important Position. II Col. Fred. D. Gratnt, of New York. son of Gen. U. S. Grant, was Thurs day morning offered the position of p; assistant secretary of war, and had the oi offer under consideration, but declined, A New Appointment. Chairman Hanna has appointed Maj. Charles Dick, of Akron, as secretary of the Republican national committee, to succeed Wm. M. Osborne, who was recently appointed consul general to o London. to Japan's Prince Not Dead. The Japanese legation received a dispatch Friday from the consul gen eral at San Irancisco, saying that the recent report...

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 April 1897

.., ~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ - .." .· ..· "":',6" --/... r A. urn ,.v."~9 · - ( i i1 1·. URAT E TRE DI MIOCRA Official Journal of the Parish of West Fellclana and School Board. ,;; Sjr., Pub. d Prop ST. FRANCISVYILLE, WEST FJLICIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1897. VOL. VI.---NO Ii. 1 ' Y r ' Joha H. Stone, Ulinton, L, LL.& STONE, . at " Law, cisville, La. W. . ]PREr. i & PERCY, . at - Law. in any court in this Bank Buildibg. E, LOUISIANA. . F BARROW, nand Surgeon, orancisville, La. building. Telephone from either Kilbourue's drug stores. OWELL, D.D.S., 1ST, " - Louisiana, to do all work in Office at residence. Gastrell, , STOVES, WAGON AGE WOOD WORK. rnishing Goods. OODP' MOWING MA iAT! BAES, SASH, 'DOORS, ETC. PH STERN, .Dealer lu.... haniise. cmslcet;in With Sore. and Mules for sale. on Guaranteed. STERN, t of Hill. ILBOURNE, ist SChemist, sad Prosperity Streets, lvllie, La. Urefully compounded, of Drugs, Patent and Notions. n8 eed on Hand AYNHAM. tor dBuilder, IDreued Lumber...

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 April 1897

TI :lE TRUE -DE.IOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. I The returns of causes for insanity in England show that in every 100 cases 24 are hereditary, 2-1 may be at tributed,to drink, 12 to business and money troubles, 11 to loss of friends, 10 to sickness and 11 to various causes. Dr. Seneca fEgbert of the Medico Ohirurgical College, Philadc!phia,says that rheumatism often results from drinking too little water, and that the cures wrought at watering places are to be attributed to the free imbibing of that fluid, rather than tb the nain orals contained therein. American cotton is rapidly super lding that of India in the markets of Japan because of its superior length and strength, and a reprcocutative of the Japanese governm,:nt is making an investigation into the methods of cultivating and handling the staple in Texas and other southern sattes, from which vejuable results a'o likely to follow. The town of Fairtiell, Conn., has a large contract on hand. The record...

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 April 1897

Al ,Tz X r ·b1;rtIU, r ý.,Y .; .. ý ".I r ; F `' ýý ..ýY LIN -p • -. 'it. .. i i t.,jt .-:9 -3+ lt ".. .0 II'll'3 V)1' i 1d jay. 131 1 a eo- d-inth' .IS'4tel Wit'. e1 1, - ' t' ' 1 1il _110 + t i le na!11 ln. t'm l. TYU. eor 1t.'" "'- '" 31 nll , l' . [ ' n i n y ou.a ' I you is: i ,:1 an tx,'t'll ti to t;ry  .t.: ; r: o fat ina t who, 0: tdar.:u Yim.rl o ow, impllit ti !!'A i Your hou g truth, t hin g . I .ln . 'I`, 'the led ,;Oi ;d! e t yir oti , your g'Olc t:i:mIl'. To, i i lew htlearn to r li', Vo u. , T itr, a why isity gt lght niot '1ive Sher future hap 11 ln) i g . Yo r..i. . 111 4, s`till kntowing you aitl n1) marry"in hr. \11r 1 whenl lof the div'rTs0oi, you in rdid nstive to cheat your r I ca c1 sXo mch! ni 'Theire hnI psitiv'lyhl espis" youn when-I bele v' I an' lo .respet. I W;ish you lhai S 'cons0 . from ht'r cl:ir a lctl V 'Ul -! site wa(i l ti . Ier hal I s ously, thut ig Ivtr. Your uttered wiiih p',uin, but, deli b . ratse 1 i nts ,)-is that cesing for. listen...

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 April 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. O (FFUUA~LJOLTR AI.OF THEPAPISII. W. V4 LE'AK, JR{., Proluieto~.. Ascripltionr, per a"nltln 14ISEJ) EVEiRY S TtLRUAY. ntereiI at the rot Offic at St. Fraflncs. vilh-, La., nnasrcond clash man~tter. SATU- -AY, AP RIL 17,197. I erC t Byýgh drpj p o ug gC t Bm. uM by rug The River. .Aniother week of anxiety anm watchiing has past. The situation is materially unchlanged., in so far as the levees in Louisian;a have withstood the tlrentendous strain ipon them ; but changed with each s 8ucceeding hour when the rise of thle o'cconming waters is noted., Do)ubt, despair aliuost, seizes the inhabita;ts of the valley iwhe:, t! e, see the plethora of water discharged fr,, abovue in ,u:easiiig flow. The engineers say that the crisis is very near at hanlI-in the course of the next few days. This proba bly means that somne devoted dis-. trict will be visited by all the hor. rors and loss of itl inmmense cre vasse. For it seems too good to be true that the mighty flood of wa ters ...

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 April 1897

figiOUS Notices. Gr:I"c (;I1ii rch. 1ring Lenut, \VedIo.flnd; y anid ut 11 ,. o., 4::30 ,. Il With ad oI ýel ertet l tprllacrs 1m m thel SSch o ol u o 11atul~t. Sunday ciol o\r at 4:3U i.t. G*en. Newmlan Snpt. servic s at Star 11111. d gnhiday il evr mouºth, 11ey. W1. aut, 1Iipl t. Third SIund y in nttIeV , 1). ý avalkculblrghl l at Iloanaai Catholic Church. swl lft. Cainiel, Si. h~rnljcisvihle, fi nautl . every iuoiith, Rev. S rvit cf·es at Bayou Sara. I csnntijy offeaclh nonth, at 11 A. q:3t) P. M. Schedule of Trainss front woodvillc .......10:40 a. m. I for linghter............ 11:10 a. in. fronm S~lghttcr.........2:20 p. il. for r,ýýodrvillk... ..... 2:35 p. in , r St.l c'ralcis\illo post-office. closes fhour before departilur of train. hr Sir. Cleon closes at 5:05 p. in. rStr. Liberty at 5.05 p. al. Tuesday I and Sdaturday. ----------~-- ie of the river at this point has it ry rapid the last fiew daeys, as a iso with last week's ghuge record ow. Thle gtage now registers 410.2.,...

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 April 1897

i? ( ' "" 'N Y'l FIE LOLLY-Io SIY rRIG SPOON, IIIM winter, when it fell at Osceola, fell with amplitude. If o' you stood on the S u pl or bridge-a high, open bridge you .saw the canal strctching far up and down, a level sh of snow, it whitt:oes erm ized here and tlhere by a of brown earth showing some underwash in the s. In one corner of the pond on the morrow, if the mor hanced to be a Sunday, in a pool ed of ice for the occasion and ed about by a throng of specta there would be a brptism of the b converts of the winter revivals. milder seaaons the prevailing of social entertainmunt was even as, but now there was apt to be und of rather stately dinner es. The ladies came in carefully pred black silk gowns, of the st and stillest material, with wide a of white lace, and lace-edged lawn undersleeves. The men coats of black broadcloth, no less ally kept and no less czcellent in ty, and high, st;i collars, swathed ack silk or s:itin neckerchiefs. dinner, cook, d mainly by the se's ow...

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 April 1897

SECOND-HAND STUiERK WATER ~1OTOR 9 FOR S&ILE. Large size; cost $oe; u horse-ppwer; i a use only four months. 9Wiil bht Sold at a Bargain.$ Apply at once to Vicksburg Newspaper Union,! VICKSBUBG, HIsS. L e_ - _ _ __.1 A WINDY WELL. A F.r- "*--.e .:dlcrroun.d Prnft of Air Flounld ii a I).cp Sinking.. Ariz;:On:i lousSs's tm ,ll1e of the gre;t. est n:t: rai}l V'o nd(ers ill he wol'].1, not the lIer.t of wiiich hi tlis phl'o:neon Of it crre:t (i air i rsuimg fII or go. Ing i! :l, e h: iwe!s of the (erth throug: 611!ti'ry rt:ltira:l :lnd. artiliei:.l openingo made in lia o arl;h's crust. Something o\er a year ago a Mr. tCout1nu;a utd, rtook the drilling of a well at his li ph:i,. V1verything w-utl W\ell to :1 t h of ;ole tfwouty-tjiv feet, w',ht:t the drill sltdd'nly dlropped somel(, siX fx(.( an!l a strong ('arrelnt of air i:s:,:d front the hole. The escap Ing :.ir cnr:'ic t was so strong;" that ii blew eff the 1mn's hats who were ri. covIilrh: the lest drill. 1'1n'h well w\:t of ...

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 April 1897

ýumuUmvlTI'lmdtUumt'trrd Trl'Tlnrýºmrý .,..ACME SALOON.... . E. R. MOSES, .... Dealer in.... . ANCY CROCERIE8, FRUITS, CANDIES and FINE WINES. ti He also carries in stock the finest brands of Whiskies, such Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jookey Club, Bell of Feliciana. CO'S. TRADE REVIEW d Utfavorab!e Weather Have No Weight, DO NOT WARRANT AN ADVANCE eipts Continue Heavy-Cot vanoes Only an Eilghth--De. or Men's Goods lHas Dimln. An Advance In Dress Goods. Dan ,& Co's. weekly review of ye Out of 4,006' failures, ilities of $60,752,561 in the uarter, 74 banking failures more than a fifth of the $12,744,650, and ,,315 fail th liabilities of $35,947,892, three-fifths, are classified according to branches of leaving only 587 failures and a fifth of the liabilities, $12, in branches of manufacture not specified. Only two of the manufacturing classes four of 13 trading classes ilities for the quarter larger year, and only live manufact three trading show larger t abilities. For the month of l...

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 April 1897

1HE TRUE DEMCAT Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. , W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub ad Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANK PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1897. SVOL. I.-N.O. fesiinal a'ra s. 1 j owell, John H. Stone, Frncislle. Clinton, La. pOWELL & STONE, eys - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. W. B. PEBCY. IEMPLE & PERCY, rneyo - at -- Law. practice in any court in this See in Bank Building.- CISVILLE, LOUISIANA. PR, A. F. BARROW, slclan and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. Leake building. Telephone 5rwed from either Kilbourne's ford's drug stores. Y POWELL, D.D.S.,' DENTIST,. le*, - Louisiana, epared to do all work in line. Office t residence. T,. Gastrell, .WABE, STOVES, WAGON OCALIAGE WOOD WORK. N0 Furnishing Coods. On, WOODI' MOWING MA. liA RAKES, SASH, NDS, DOORS, ETC. JSEPH STERN, , ....Dealer in... eral erchandise. StaIle In Connection With Store, y of Horses and Mules for sale. ktlsfaction Guaranteed. 8. .STERN, Fo Foot of II1l. P, KILBOURNE, gg...

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 April 1897

. -:- TRUE-:- DEOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. M\1. Chaille Bert, son of Paul Bert, is making an effort to have the French government send wives t: the settlers in its colonies. France and England have both tried such a plan in the past. If the data furnished by the Pub lishers' Weekly can be relied upon, there were 5,101 new books published in the United States last year, of which 1,050, or more than one-fifth of the entire number, were books of fction. The cry against the large theatre hat has reached Australia. The men of those antipodean regions are hold ing meetings denouncing it. And yet woman, patient, long-enduring wom an, has not yet had a bill introduced in Congress or Assembly to limit or forbid going out between the acts, )navels the New York Journal. A New York paper, after careful in vestigation, fixes upon $25, 000) a year as "the amount that is absolutely necessary to dr ess a fashionable wom an in a satisfactory manner acd make her happy." B...

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 April 1897

1 y.tji toti oe e Jied witt the fair a. l ;r- s V - 110 1 It s 4 loiv! eleav Yl. U tI h .]ia S , : tre n~roy i ll ."11 -;1 i l hidst H'c Tak. YOchU urt, t• S , itt " th te fair o oier lt r c etiP i ':, ii i1io e ea C ill ;llow.I k-! u-- t on gir O . i ! tl i e'. ( ' ' , tt I i ' ! rbelri W e ,t o i , 1 ('ll: ('CC'I'S Co oa n fr it ''t , the lelis(ltL in. oS," Ie saidt, en h a uti ..t o u tcu e t t1 . r'ea 1 lyl, Sjwel 1oi "th ' te ,' arg. l tsuno el Syou.t 'fTake chair and Iand d upit it. . Ison bai nL peniyc 1ut in Pertic. n tilJe r, tl hsieille is about worn Str Sshould .be reatecd to obiivion r sh, with the tralllnr an jokes oft erlay ati sernt-irls. How's I t jiau rgaret? ou'rc a lucky odellow. I know but one girl asNrgarot." dho is shel at re smiled knowingly and watched i e curling above his head, in tlso i silenc e.ou ereit just now," he said after a on ce ut to reot urn to Mlargaret. e a jewel wiorth the wearing. spThings turned out fortunately for you, I SI felt mighty sor...

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 April 1897

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIALJ OiRNkL OF THE PARISH. V. W. LEAKE, JR., Proprietor. Gnbscription, per annml - - $1.50. Iss'ED) EvYr SATrtnfAY. EntereId at4 the Post Office at St. Frailkig ville, a., as second class ma;tter. bATURI)AY, APRIL 24, 1897. Bt uSrnp. Tastes Good. Urn In time. Bold bydru fete. The water here has now reached thu highest point of 1893. Guage registers 41.5. The River Situatiod.l Olr weekly stlllnary of till state of tlio river nilist needs he gloomy. Sinlce Inst w;itfing there Ihae beein two serious cre VM'Casse in Loisianja levees: the Biggs in laidison, and the Glasscock in Concordia parish. Tio Tensas basin is now flooded, and pFthspects are poor for a crop to be r:isned there this year. 'I'The river is still rising. The brea:ks abov made made hardly a change in the rise here, showing how great is the volnumeof water coming down. There Will be Outlets. We firmly believe that this period of high water, the flood of 1897, will serve to open the eyes of the ina...

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