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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 13 September 1895

_ LOUIS 1A A POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL. II NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1895. NO. 4. -.. SUBTREASURY PLAN. DISTILLERS AND BANKERS EN JOY ITS BENEFITS. The subtreasury rlan as Outlimed by the farmers Asks Much Iess From the (;overrnent Than is Now (;ranted to the Wealthy listlitersr The report of the commissioner shows that on Ju:no 30, $189, there w.re 4576 registered distilieries, and 434J were in operation. The amount of grain used was 20).990.924 bushels, and the ntnoer of gallons of spirits produced was $7.'47.,46. The an nual expense of taking care of this Iranch of the internal revenue ser tices was fully t2.600,000. The average amount of spirits warehoused for the past three years is about 66, 1r)0.000l gallons, besides 7,465.000 zailous bhed foroverdue taxes, making in the whole about 7;3.50,000 gallons upon which taxes have not been paid. The amourt of this tax would be $66...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 13 September 1895

LOUISIANA ? OPULI s J.VI 1' * 1\ 1 Af \111. : ~ ''1"I11 i l': 1 ", I 1 I'| ' E 1 ..I 1', :\ )I ' ..\-', "q \'I R. II. 1.. I:I I.\. t r S . I . i-I 1: \I '1 : .1 . , ' 0,,.., lr:, it 'r W . I . A.1 : I:. i t . - l 1ihi, I.11 ' l 1 1 ' ' ............... l 1 . ,1 ............. . ' il' 1y I.' .' ' " ' '1' l "4 I ll'' I 'ii f I i SI I " " ' ,l " , 1 i' I "i t 1.' S . i...! 1. .1 .11 . 1 '1 ' 1t..1 ', I f1 N ll h ."1 .I II i' - ii 1 l 1i'' II l .t- I t I I t I1 I . ,l' . 1 I i. 1 i ! :I . t " . I t. . Ir t ( li-t l id ' 11111. I .::. re .n1 . 111 1 :. l i t 11 ' i1 1. ` New . rlen , t1 , I.l l I tlh t i. r - . i In] 81 I it hfiv1e confvinc·,dl tIhe p to-l k'* that Mw'. oint reftrm it nted cr.w.l into a li,, le , ni, stay t1; (r,, 1 :I's thl Entrl ri.  i.. e is r:r.-lt,1 nl ut. Ai r1ecent t11or11111 l thlere in ct nta.i net I ,ii, la.rgel coniented on by the Niuewrs of this -te.lle i, . lºr ha s -l1ºn rfo m s c''d The Democratic speakers fahled 1t 1iaterilizte at , t. Vincent Springs on...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 13 September 1895

LOUISIANA PrP'ULIT. S I 4. It I 11 t , :I . . 1 :1 ' '.1 1 -I I . . ; : t ' . . I h W -'1. e l, -4 I 1 t . (' .1._. a , c .t n . f 11 I '. P o h ', i it It: pri,,iii 1'\ I 41 1.," i, !"l .,n 1111" t 1 . I . t 11' ** S h ir,-] .- . fI t . .alil 1: 1" to1 I , I 1 , , .1 n ,11 . I I ',i " SI . t,.-,i i t.' " '.\ .1 1I. %V . li. '11\ "," 1 lil I l', f.4 1': ` l1 riTi If ( . hitii . 1 ,ii t . -l" 1i t 1 ,i" I h i w :1. I I" Ill.,'1 t-l , i 't!! ' , ' , I ra th , .,' ill "1i :!\ ' 4 1 , . ) . . (lT I t:; :, .. i i-t, 1.I (h'le k tof' l li,:r 1 1". (I. I 1'. t. t., I oi4 n )I i tl p u :1i :It it . 'i i: I 41'. We liare ntlh orizi l l non 1, I, r. RI. I. R I'Il IEI" : . ' : 1i , .'n:, , ",,r C'lerk of thi I hi ti. lit ('4 ,r4 rt I ir ",'1: ii twrhe, at'i st, ilhje.t t , h0' :.i, " " " thei P' eoi ll's Pli arti :iat iit, riuiii ry, to I l. h i on the 5ith da-i" of (itoble ixto. MWe .r, lotheried tm o nnaoene Mr. .iNO. W. IlctuWN al 1 a ean lil:to for Clerk of the District ('ort fol r N...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 13 September 1895

Teo, Why N0eer The police commissioners of New York are seriously considering the advisability of arming the police force with a newly invented rubber club. It is said that this club will knock a man silly as q(uick as the old wooden one. without danger of frac turing his skull. Why not give the police sandbags and be done with it? They have many advantages over clubs of any sort. Who Nert?. John Fiske. the scholar and histo rian, who read Latin while yet in pinafores, and (;reek before he had left off knickerbockers, has an infan tile rival in lichmond lienn, of Wich ita, Kan., who is not yet . years old. Richmond reads elementary French and Latin with ease, and has a famil iarity with mathematics that would do credit to a boy of 14. Aimast Flying. Trains run f,om London to Aber deen, a distance of 54tJ miles, in about 81 hours, making an average of more than a mile a minute, including stops. Modesty, it.is said, will earn a man more than ability. A picnic is not a seecess unless t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 20 September 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL. II NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1895. NO. 5. THE SCHEME EXPOSED "SOUND" MONEY DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS. They Want a Flnanetl Sybtem Identical IaLth That of Great Britait, a Single C.eld Standard and rank Notes With Pllver For Chansg The following timely article is from Texas Fartmer: The position of thie Republicans and sound money men, so called-rotten ites in fact--is for a money system identical with that which Great Bri tain has followed for centuries: a gold standard basis for measurement of all %alues, and an unlimited credit sys tern. Superadded as applied to America, is the retirement of all gevernment paper money, to be sub stituted by bank issues over which I the government is to have virtually no control, but which, on the con trary, is virtually to have control of the government. The system advo- t cated, minus the bank system, has ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 20 September 1895

LOUISIANA FOPULIST PUBLSED EVERY FR IDAY BY TIIE NATCHITOCHES PU'BLISHING CO., (LIMITED.) )ENTERED AT THE NAT(,IIITOCHES POST OFFICE AS SECOND CTLASS MATTER. H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. S. D. KEARNEY. - - Associate Editor W. H. AREAIX. - - - Publisher. s ISB tRIPTIO( N-t) he fear ................5$1 r Month- .............. 50 Four MoUths ............. 0 ADIVEBT>OG RATES. s sPA E I amw mo- 'I ron -l mor I rear -.----- .-' - I- -Il 4inche 85 14 00 15 00 23 16 60 6 , indh 0 l1se 1300 17 00 2 ee0 5s 10 Sincthe ilt 0 1860 10' se0 566 7 inches 1 5 0 20 1 0 33 0 1 0 I a Inches 15 00 2200 4 as 300 Slutme 40 00 s 5000 55 600 100 00 t: Transrent advertlemetsa. $1 per square Ar in Mertion; each subsequent inserton 50 cents per iffdaal or legal adve.rtisemete. $71 er aquar first Insertion; each sulbsquent insertion 50 cent loral sdvertisementt, 10 cents per line. Editorial notices, first nsertion. 15 cents per t line; subsequently 10 centa p.r line. SouimnicatlfiS are solicited. but we wil...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 20 September 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. " FRII)4l, A;PT. 9. I9.a I - . . '_-_ |i r, Ci -t '. " hi, I ; v :it 11 :. .. i p ,,, ", , I . I'.," . PV. R W ul\v ni li !t ", :in I' ( |i illn' .e1 t i',. 4 eeona Aind t',nrthl Suny -i.. I II. 1 I a n i ld . p. It : mii lln - 5,1hool. 1 :i. u'.: 't xver ni., it t rt V iW 4 n lay, 1+ I. t1 A ll 11i tteel . I.odg%. 1.. . . Il. Nh.ll No st. Kt ilts of lvthias .1 . 1. 111".i. . . I .: A.1 nl. h I.. "ri" IVon. '. oif It. 'S. Meet. ti *",ilId anld 4 t2 tirthi AT2:O7TCEMENTS. 1 \\'e :rle atllthoriZeld l n an1lloce Mr. '. 1. SMil'I'IT as a 4:tndih 4 id e for Sheriff I iof Natc1i4 2chiles parish'l , s1hi e4 t to the actio4n of the 'i ot(le'.s i: t :it its prima rv to be held on the 5th day of October s liext. We are :uthorizel to anlluonce'Mr. ('HAS. F. 'TICHFL. asl a candidate for Sheriti of Nathitoit leis pr:tiisli, u lhject 4i4 the action of the 'eople's par y at it Ii I1primrv to be held on the 5th day of October ext. r We are authorized to announce Mr. JAS. W. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 20 September 1895

A ilt of WHstory. The following letter, which has ju.., been received, was written by F. J. (Glave, the African explorer. just.be fore he died: \\Whiie in llala I made rather an interesting discovery. havr ing unearthed the veritable tree ur,;cr which was placed the heart of Dr Livingstone. Josh Thomson's trustefl follower, who visited, or was suppo:-,d to have visited the place, was an in genlous rascal, for he brought back a piece of the bark which bore some of the lettering cut into it. I don't sug gest at all where the trea-ured barkc could have come from, but certainly not from the sacred tree, for on that the bark had been care!ui;y pared ou for a space of about two and ono-half feet square and the following inscrip tIon had been deeply cut into the hard roild wokd: 'Dr. L.icingstone, May 1. i"13. 'YaLuza Moriasere Vchopere. It is still In a state of splendid preser vation. I succeeded in taking several good photographs of the tree. The tablet sent out by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce an...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 27 September 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL. I1. NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1895. NO. f. . . . . .. . . .. . .. .. . 1 THE CRISIS UPON US. A TIMELY WARNING TO THE PEOPLE. In This Hoar of Liberty's Peril, Citizens Must Act by Deeds, and the Hordes of American and English Monopolists B. Met sad ltepulsed. Washington city is exceedingly dull now. The cabinet officers and princi pal bureau chiefs are mostly absent, having their summer outing, fishing, yachting hunting, etc., while the routine business of the government is done by the clerks. The president sets the example, by going away very early to his summer home at Gray (;ables, in Massachusetts, and any un der ofticer who would not follow his example is not "up to date." We wonder how many of our read ers ever stopped to ligure how little our noble president gets for his work. It would take about one million pounds of cotton to pay his s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 27 September 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. PUBI[MIEsI) EVf.RY FRIDAY BY 'I1 It. NAT(UIT(I 'IIF :.. i''lII.IiIINt .CO., (LIMlITED ) LETEIED AT 1tHE NATCIIIT4M HIES POST OFFICE AS SECONI) CL.AMS MATTFR. It. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. 8. D. KEAI:NEY, - - Associathe Editor. W. II. AREAIX, - " - Pbhlisher. ibtit'S 'RII'PION-4ne I ar .... ............. 0 Six MYonths.............. 5 "" r r Io th+............. 40yO -_ -- -- -' -- - . . . ---'_e - "" _.-.- -- - ADVERT9INOG LBAT. bl.AI. 1 mR 2 no moeO now 1Ir . .. . . . I---i-- - I turh $ - oo $ 0 11O I i11 ini-h | 5 wo 4 9 I . 15 00 o '0 00 , :in.hles 7 00 11 41 1 1 o 25 (1 , I 4 ins he 0 591 14 01 15 "23 .I ::o 1( 5 hIche.s 10 )i 1 . ( 17 M) 7 3.5 0 a inches i15(0 1014o 30 01 40 40I n 7 inches 13 501) 20 o1 I0 33 0e 44 00o Sihrio ee 15 M, °'. n24I 24 001 36 n 48 00 r clnumn 400 0 00 00 00 01 00 15500 65 00 104 00 Transient Mvcertl5.mhentt. $1 per qulare first In. seatonm eoth sule:qcuent lusltti, 50 cents per WllaUl vuflcial or legal alhertie.ntntls. SI per squ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 27 September 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRID Y, SEPT. 27. 1945. 4"lUr'cil Se'rvhs'Co Serv ies at the ;M1,.tioli-t hlurch e,, v I-'iFir-t :11a(n Third smil l:l at 1l a. i.. anl f : ak n. Ill.. Vit" the P't-tr II 11. '. Itilk''e. I ''t" VI n" tingulery" 1.V lednt+ dlit night at 7:3) p. Ill . "la r r--N . F'. t ic r. plia tir. I'e'p n11Lr service's. tc,',nt'l d anll foulrtlll nol:e\. 1I a I ll.. 111 S. 1). Ill : ` u ll lt . rho l, . 10 a. u1.: i'rayir it" t letingt, lednehii.lV, s p. In All ili iled. Lodge'.. l'harlix i .l,,dL'oe No, ::K. A 1'. A A. M - Mh 'rt first and thliil 'edndl '.l I , al: l t 7 (';ifl. Hall No. 9g. Kini , rif. Pithin -.1. F. ]r.da. C. ('.: Adolph l.'ll.riaio . F. of R. s. Meeti- secondrll andl fourth Thnr.d.ltvs, at $ It. In. ANMNNCEMENTS. I .OR 11Elliff. We are nithorizei rlo aiitonlce Mtr. .. J. SMITH as a : nhtidate for sheritf of Natchit,,eches parisl. iutliject to the actiont of the Pieople's i rt, at t It priniti ry to Ib held on the 5th1 da;. of October rnext. 'Ve are an...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 27 September 1895

We Was Seare& E. LI Vance of Deer River, Minn.,i had an experieneo with Indians the other day which has left him gray-I headed. The Indians have been in, his employ for some time past. mak ing hay at the agreed price of F2.: a ton. Somehow they found out that he was getting more for the hay than he had told them, and itetrmined. in a very civilized way, to have thc.rm proportionate share of tLo profits. They quit work, and, going to their employer, demanded $4 a ton. lie re fused, whereupon they formed a cir ole around him. and, ex*cuitii; a war dance, told him that they w\ere going to scalp him and burn him at the stake. He managed to nmake his e, cape be.ore this part of the pri gramme was carried out, and the In dians went ofl to their reservation. They say that they were only haiing fun with him, but now he cml loys white labor. Japan vT. IIusie*. They ray that Japan has given a contract for the rondtruction of live new warships,to cost about ?5,0U0),),0 apiece. It is a bi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 October 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL,. II NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1895. N(. 7. DAMAGES FOR LIBEL. A lirglla Taper Brought to Terms i,r the American Book Company. A dispatch from Norfolk. Va, says: "The American Book company of .New York bas just gained asignal victory in thbs courts of Virginia and has received an ab solute and complete vindication after a long and exhaustive trial by special jury in the Circuit court of this city. The Pilot news paper of this city. upon the awardilng of the contract for school books to the Amer loan Book (ompany, printed a long article written and prepared by It. E. Byvrd. an agent and attorney forGmnn & Co.. of New lork, in which it was charged that the state superintendent had been bribed by I the American Boos company. The Pilot was immediately sued for libel, and, after a five weeks' trial, which create' an im mense amount of interest thr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 October 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. PCItLTL'ITl FtERT FRI+DAT BY THE aATCIIITOCIEI PrTTT.ISHINMG CO.. (1.TITTED ) [NiFIFIE) AT 'IBE NATCHITOCIIFS POSt ofTFICE At SCoNDI.A(fLA18 MATTFP. II. I.. BRIAN. - Editor. D 1) KEAltNEY. - Aosuciate Editor W. H. ARE.AUX. - -. Puldishcr. n I'S PRIPTION---(ne Vear .................1 0 -x Mt onth.............. r. '1"01 Montth ............. 40 AD7VETISIG BATES. y,! i mý * n.ý 6 I non I ,earr 1 3 0 0 1 1 S0 $6 $1 00 ) 1 on 1 1.. '., .a 5 o0n Oo 9 . 10, 200  M '-, hn 7 00 11 0n1 12 50 1900 25 00 4 In ties 951 14011 1500 3 n 0 I,,. iew l t n0 1 1R (Nl 17 oo00 , 01 , 35 1 nj itrhe 11 54) li ý 19 On :to 1i 44 t00 7inh·eh t: 30 3t (Ne! 21 00 5 001 44 0) 1e in, 1, 15 , 0 22 T n 94 O0 .11 (10' 4 0(HI SIreinn 40 00 .5 00 55 00 ,5 040 100 44 'Trlusient adreyrtislne. t $1 per sgltareP flTt in * .rt,.t. eath sltbs.qu-iet insertiio,.50 cents per ()tll;4,Wi or leral advertiosmenft. $1 per square first in '.rtion ; tach subs rquent Insertion 50 cents P1; - }vit ertisemenlin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 October 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAV. Ocf-T. .1, t1e9. Chaslrla Servires. Services at the Methllikt church eve trv Firit and Thir SMitla:v at 11 .. n.. and T:3o p. in.. byv the Pastor. IT. W. Ticekev. Prayer nmeeting every Wedne; day nikitt at 7:301 p. Ini lAPrTIT--M. F. WeV:tv,'r. pAtor. Re" ,il:r servies. set.ioln, lif 1d fourth indai.i I 11 a I .. iand S. p. i. : Sinda:v 'bol, 10 a. iln.: I'ranyer inteting, Wiedl nedav, 8 tp. In All iiitd. ' Lodgec. 'l,onix I udre No. 3as. A. F. ,. .1. V.- .1. W .Ionets. \V. V.: ,1. F. |tre,,,! ,. , te t. Mheets tihst and third Weduldetdlallis. at 7 i t':' 't!e K ill No. 1N 9. Kni ht (it ' -f Pythian ( - J. E. 80 , h. ('.V' : Ad,,lph I 'Htri<0,u, t (. of Ii. s. leitt StcIoilid anid fourth 'Th rldadet . at 8 ' . il. I ANNO'TNCEMENTS. - FO( .R tIEflII'F. Wie are atltlloriz7id i anllllltnnee Mir. ('. .I. SI1'l T Hi I a i'.tudulate for Sheriff of Natciitchnles parish,. sittt.jet to the arhtion of the Peotle'a on rt y at its prima rv to, Ie held on the 5...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 October 1895

All About Anarehlate. A French statiatichin has been nak Ing the anarchists why they profees'd the doctrine-, and has got some curi ous answers A surgeon attributed his anarchistic princiile, to the fact that he had Icen floygd at ecihool. which certainly mnate, atal'n-t 1)r. John-on' contention tha- t:,irrc is nothing like a soon I caning to beat the humanit:vs into a boy s head. , "'*I(ott"d ((,Ut'ceti;tn to ailthortity'" was what made an anarchist of a jouirnal it who had fir't, no doubt, through such rooted objection, brcomu what t the F'rench cail "an joturnaiiste du patXe.'" ine can better understand tnc cae of an artist who had been t ouriven to anarnr biy I thte arrogance of criti,,." and that of an authDor who had gone' t:,'" naumo way as "*an uate.nati\-e to ,n m.ile.'' What one I cannot understand at all. however, is the analvsi, of the ainarchit nature f ani h 1i. liamon pr'ofisfese to make I on th, strength of the data he has C olilected. lie work, out eight apecilic rc...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 October 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL. II NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1893. NO. s. A GLANCE AT AFFAIRS. A CONSERVATIVE REVIEW OF THE SITUATION. The Operations of Monopelles sad the Blighting Erect-The Money Trust the Meet Powerful and Cruel of All-The Imerease of Crime. A glance at the sitnation of affairs and condition of the country. that has produced universal unrest and given birth to so many "reform theories" and allusions to -aristocracy." .piu tocracy" and -corruption in high and low places," might be opportune at this time, if not instructi\e. That ".perpetuities and monopolies are contrary to the genius of a free govcrnment" i, doubtless endorsed by a large majority of the people of tile United States, yet they exist and flourish th-ough the length and breadth of the country. Attention is directed first to the land which is said to be rapidly con centrating in the hands of th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 October 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. If!. ') VlrERV FRIDAY BYT THE " I: :' ",'IIf PE 1 l.ISHIN'G CO.. (LIMITED.) TN TEl:ED AT TBE NATCIITOCHES POST O('FII'E AS SE(rONI-CLASS MATTFR. II. I.. BRIAN, - - Editor. S. ). KEARNEY. - - Asociate Editor. W. II. AREAUX. - - - Pihli.her. - - ---.---_--' ------- - : l'I' } J:IP'I [ON-- thc ear ... .........91 00 t' b 'Months .............. .5 I, o r Mouth, ............. 40 ADVERTBZfG RATES. - f im . ', $; u .2u1 0 911 t 1 5 001t. 1 .h ,a 5 .(o0 0 G 0 . 91 00$ j; 1 0 1 it h.. 7 o00 1T O0 11 )i2 19 00 25 00 4 inch, 0 9 14 o 1. 00 21 00 30 00Ito • i..hed TO 00 16 0 1T 00 27 00 2 00 frin.heb It 10 1t0 a 19 00 3.0 00 40 00 7 inch, 13 5 20 000 21 00 3 00 44 o00 SI|n'he 15 00: ; 22 24 001 oR(t , 49 00 I rolnmn 40 00 50 00 55 00 65 00 100 00 lTrnsient ;,,hlertisomenft. $1 per .quaro first In sertlon. e, t I ab sllml inent insertion 50 cents per sriutwe. Of:i al or legal advertisementa. $1 per square first iln.rtion . each stlbv'uent Itsertiou 50 cents 1 peS t .ir...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 October 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. * RtnIv0D, OCT. 11. s!.4 lhu - - rain__ - -. -,.-,---- tI," Churcl .ervices. w Serviee. at the Motho, li-t church eve tv Firt and. Thiri Sundlay at 11 a. in.. ti nuld ;:8n . I.. hy the Pastor. H. ~. h Picketv. Trave'r nm'etiung every Wenes tday niglht at 7:30 p. In. a lIApT -T--M. 1 \ .'e u.:ver, leatr. e ec- if ilur 4ervierm. seronld nut fuuirth nll ,davs. 11 Iln.. and S. p. Ill : Sut.lav Sllhonl. . 10 ti a. nt.: 'Pr:ver n-ieting, Wedues.lay, 8 p. Ii In All in vited. Phlrni T1.o.re N,. :i. A. F. & A. .M.- - !ets in rt anlt third Wcdn1telesda.i s. at i P. in. I. (':,st Ilall No. XPt.K ni 'ht of l'thiaes ---.1. I. troda. (. : Adolph, I.'lHerisson., V. of P. S. .,.ts s,-otnd a.1d fiuri'thi "l 'h nr.  ::iv . a it # :, . .. . JOB WORK. ,Jo1) work must be paidi for when deliverelI. "There i4 no exception to this rule. Strictly cth. tl MONEY LOANED on COTTON. a T'o Planters wishing to holdl their h ctton for bIltter prices., and need in, funds, the Exchange Ba...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 October 1895

R nevelt shot a Resa ca}= Mr. Tlrdr.d of Chicago. who has been ,,'t west. l.at reminds me of the stories that lai be.n exten -iv e published about the heroic h-ootl;; of a cinnamon b,.ar in Idaho hy I heodore loosevelt. of New York. The real facts are that Mra. lioosevelt shot the hear after tie animal had been caught in a trap. In doing so the bear scared Mr. RIoosevelt so he fell over the saddio on tie ground and shou, so he couid hardly hold the gun."f Whly They t)o It. lhcal people place their hands Le hind their ears because the hand thus p:acrd acts as an car trumpet and conveys a larger volume of sound to the car. Try It. A physical culture professor says that walking backward will cure a nervous headache every time. It's a simple remedy. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known F. .l Cheney for the last 15 years, and he Ileve him pe...

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