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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 31 July 1896

-LOUISIANA IPOPULIST. Subscription. $1.00 a Year.' There is No Free Country. Unless the People Rule. Price 5 Cents. VOL. It. NATCIIlTO(CIIES, LOUISIANA, JULY 31, 1896 N( People's Party Platform. FOUNDATION 'PRINCIPLES. First-That' union of the labor forces of tile United States this day comsummated shall be permanent and perpetual, may its spirit enter all hearts for the salvation of the republic andl the uplifting of man kindl. Secold-Wealth belongs to him who creates it, and every dollar taken from industry without an S4tquivalent is robbery. "If any will work, neither shall be eat." j'lla terests of rural and civic hbor are the same; their intereste i'dentical. Third-We delieve that the time come when tie railroad corpo lone will either own the leople it the people must own the rail roads, and should the government eater upon the work of owing or nmneaging any or ,ll og the rail roeds, we aboaid favor an &tmend meat to the constitution by which aR pamas enugagad in tha gove...

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. — 31 July 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. NNTIED AT THE 1NATCUIT(N'HF PO-I' oIR('R AS sE UNI4 .I .ANS MAl'FFi. DUBLISHKI) EVEKY YKIIDAY MO()NING. H. L. BRIAN, - ditor. W. H. AREAITX, - - P- lllilaher. IUBSCRIPTION4--Ou e 'ear.................. $1 Hir 1mths............. . 50 " Fuur Montkh ............s 4O AD GTISTI ZATZL = A'hE' I mr' `n 1 aes A w 1 rr I I In h " º_-P " . M .I n 1 1 * 1.. 0 a SincMes 7 M 11i a I . 19 0 25 00 "inchreg P. 14 1% E1 fee 70Al S tieeh. In O lit 0 17 27 00 5 5 I ina it .le tn 1a 1)00 300 40 n0 7 Onaw" 7 n sI 21 00 7t 44 I it ~lee 15  0 11*200 0 BS 1N 400 1 clu n 'a 4 00 %0 " 5 11 100 fi0 Tranulknt drl ritJrI m-nt. $1 per square first ins sertite: each 0ualeneqt iaertioY 5 errots per tMlIal er legal advertimentB. $1 per qnave fint I.retio; e. ak mus qacnt iasertiae 50 ceaia Idmel o4 eatliseftU. I emats per line. Eilitorial autre. fir im eertie. 15 erate per lime: beegqwntlr 10 cents p r line. lmnralrtoa re nlteul. but we wi m ln abe repanadle fIr amy views therein expres"...

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. — 31 July 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, July 31, 186. Church Services. Serviees at the Meith4tlit church eve' ry Ilrrt and Third Sunday at 11 a. m.. aMod 7:80 p. m., hy the Partor, 11. W. Rickey. Prayer meeting every Wednes. day night at 7:80 p. n. BArTrST-M. E. Weaver, pastor. Keg. ular services, secoh and fourth Sundays, I I a i., and 8. p. m ; Snnday School, 10 a..m.; Prayer nureting, Wednesday, 8 p. m All invited. Ledges. Pbanix Lodge No. 38, A. V. & A. II. Z, T. Gallies, W. M.; J. C. Tricheljr., See. Meets first sad third Wedadeedays, at 7 p. m. Catle Hall No. 89, Knighta of Pythias -J. B. Br.ea, C. V(.; Adolph L'lleriswon, K. of R. 8. Meets second and fourth Thautdays, at 8 p. i We have received a fine paper cutter and are prepared, better than ever to do your job work. Bring It arouend. Cheap for Cash. roeseries, Notions, Extracts, -Amunition, Men, Ladies' and Chil thdns' high and low cut Shoes, cheap for cash, at McK. HOL SBTN'S. Also a fine line of Un dertakers goods. Give the old ...

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. — 31 July 1896

HON..HAL ATEB, Ik Urtlnlat and Tansted AE*Istm eatserr of tL CaivasasMaesetrMSa. asee aler'is Papr,. the m O. an Prid. or POpalhmla e hOe I Nolrsh 8ate, Earui.es Seme Ltter'aS. "A GREAT REMEDY. The Came.oam eite. ree Ad.verdta oer a oeed Theag. For some weeks past the (Cucasica has been ruuning : advertisement of the Swanp A igel Company. We had not given it vory much attention, and while we had satisfierl ourselves that it was a geod medicino, we had no true idea of its real value. From direct evidence we can affirm to any one in terested that this medicine is possibly hat bhas long been looked for. We rhould be slow to make this assertion but for the fact that some strong testi masials have come under our notide. and we here present them. The orig inal l14ters are now in the possesseion df the kuemiml. mADE A rmlVC r CUUE . SSuffolk, Va., Dec. 28, 1895. Swamp 'Angel Medicine Chspoemy, Washingtm, D. C.: eled please nd money oad for $5.0. Please send the Swamp Angel medicine. One ...

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. — 7 August 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription. $1.00 a Year. There is No rree Country. Unless the People Rule. Price 5 Cents. VOL. II. - NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 7, 1896. NO. 5L. People's Party Platform. P FOUNDATION PRINCIPLES. First-That union or rue labor forces of the United States this day consummated shall be permanent and perpetual, may its spirit enter B all hearts for the salvation d.the republic andl the uplifting of man kind. Second-Wealth belonaf to him wh, creates it, and every 1ollar on taken from inlnustry without an wi equivalent is robbery. "If any will qu not work, neither shall he eat." me The lterests of rural and civic I labor are the samse; their interests are identiecl. Third-We delieve that. the time hbs come when tl railroad corpo rations will either nwn the peole h'ti or the people must own the rail- s roads, and should the governmant I eater upon the work of owing or pe amassing any or 4ll og the rail. re roedm, we should favor an :mend- fu ment to the constitut...

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. — 7 August 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. TWrD A'TDT NAITCHITOCrB POST OFFICE AS V.ECOOND-CLAS MATTF.. ! IUE]D EIVRY IIRIDAY MORNING. . L. BRIAN, - . - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. IPTIox-..Oe eer ................. $l 0 S six Moth ............... N " Far MeathL ............ N IACe I mý» ar 4 m lW t yir 2 teeb' 5 . a foi 154_ 2046 s iebeue 14 1 22S M 1 4teus IN so it 6 N so 66 66 M " "sclle e 1, be 1 94 aI s7 iwehe It 15 216622 440 Ilushee 15662266 35 4480 lslosh. 4'5.60 6  6o 6 1660 Truassedt ·avrtiaent. $1t r 1 sr qt Wrt In sges. each eubshequ) t luettris I scts p er O atI .r legal avertietrt. $1 per qare fet iretium ; eahb subs quest tnsertiew aetsI Vae r e emus per Ilse. lWttural st, tict Inserties. 15 rests per lime; msubeeein 10 cests p"r line. VInIM v e0iMUtM bet we win set be owh yr y iews therein evzp.eeh AUew al eemms nuatksue to the lts.sr e. mmusietlesm muit be set is by bsriptioe s stare d hr at n srly dt, their ales wall ube thdropped We the s aer. net tor p lives ut on t...

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. — 7 August 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. it FRIDAY, August 7, 1806. li -- -_- .... . Church Kervicec. s services at the MethHlist church eve rv First and Third Sunday at II a. mi.. and 7^30 p. m., by the Pastor. H. W. Rickev. 'raver meeting every Wednes- p day night at 7:30 p. m. 1tAPTI r'-M. E. Weaver, pastor. HReg- I ilar services, second and fourlth Sndays, th 11t a n.. and 8. p. in ; SundlayI MIhool, 10 a. mI.: Prayer ,w'eting, Wedesday, 8 p. 111 at All invited. Lodge". lo Ph(onix IALodge No,. 3, A. 1'. & A. M.- ti Z' T. (:.llien. AV. M. J.( C. Trichewljr., See. Meets lirst and third Wedndesdays, at 7 nt p. in. ('stle Hall No. 89, KniThts of Pytlhias -J. E. lreds, V. '.; Adolph L'llerisson, A K. of R. 8. Meets second and fourth Thursdays. at 8 p. im It's so dry that the people of this country can't raise anything but tit sand, and plenty of that. L Cheap for Cash. a= Groceries, Notions, Extracts, Amunition, Men, Ladies' and Chil- is drens' high and low cut Shoes, th cheap for cash, at McK. IIOL...

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. — 7 August 1896

HOI. HAI." ATEI, 'The rilliammn ad Talented Asseelate i 5lor of the CaommelnoemasorMa-r. rO IIWator's Paper. Lte Gem and Pride of Popmalm t the Old North state, Eanemimes ime Letters. "A GREAT REMEDY. The amemalem s tC Frere Advertiseig for a Hood Thinu. For some weeks past tc C(uaeasian bh., een running an advertisement of the Swa;:,i A rigel Company. We had I. t r.iven it very much attention, and wslie we had wati-tiedl ourselves that it Swas a good medicine, we had no true idea of its real value. From direct evidence we can affirm to any one in terested that this medicine is possibly *what has long been looked for. We 4hould be Plow to make this assertion but for the fact that some strong testi momials have come under our notice. and we here present them. The orig. inal letters are now in the possession of the COucasian. MADE A PERPECT CUnE. Suffolk, Va., Dec. 26, 1895. Suwamp Angel Medicine (bmpany, Washington, D. C.: Enclosed please find money order fur $5.50. Please send the ...

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. — 14 August 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription. $1.00 a Year. Tlh're i:; No Ircc Country. Unless the People ule. Price Cents. VOL. II. NATCill ITOCH~1S, IA)UISIANA, AUGUST 14, ISi9. NO. ". People's Party Platform. FOUNDATION PRINCI PLES. First-That unton or one labor forces of the United i'tates this day consunlmated shall Ibe permanent and1 perpetual, may its spirit enter all' hearts for the salvation of the republic and the uplifting of man kind. Second-Wealth welones to him who creates it, and every dollar taken from industry without an equivalent is robbery. "If any will not work, neither shall he eat." The interests of rural and civic labor are the same; their interests are identical. Third-We delieve that the time has come when thie railroad corpo rations will either own the people or the people mast own the rail roads, and should the governmant enter upon the work of owing or managing any or ll og the rail roads, we shonild favor an I.meld ment to the consittiution by wlich all persona eng...

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. — 14 August 1896

LOVISIANA FOPULIST. INTURED AT THE NATCHIT('HONES POST OFFICE AS .ECOND-CLAsS MATTFR. PUBLISUE). EVERY FRIDAY "M,,oNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. W. H. AREAI'X, - - - ublisher. SUHISCRIPTION-- 4ne ear ................. 1 01 Sir Month. .............. 50 F, our fonths ............ 40 ADVEBTIST'G -ATES sPAC. I nm. Om 1 m- a n.. 1I vent. .1 inch $ 3on4 5&6 . OCal*1 :l oAl F15 2 inch a ' 5 00 1 on 0 n I151 70 00 . inches. 7 0o 11 on 12 o 9 5 0On . 2500 4 inches 059 14 00 n I 1 00±1 f'of 30 00 5 inche I 10 17 1 0 27 10 35 o0 " inches 11 . l 19 o 41 30 00 40on 7 inches 13 5W 20 00021 00 33 00 44 05 Sinches IS 81 22 00n 24 00, 3 00o 40 00 1 column 40 500 5 0 55 00' 41 00 100 00 Transient advertisements. $1 per nuo re first in. asrtlon; each subsequent insertion 50 cents per Official ar leral aldvertisementa. 1 per square first insertion ; each subs queut insertion 50 cents Local arertiasements. 10 cents per ling. FAltorial notices. first insertion. 15 cents per line: subsequently 10 ...

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. — 14 August 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, August 14, 1896. Church Services. Serviee at the Methnlikt chulrcº'h e(ve rv First and Third Sunday at 11 a. in.. mid 7 30 p. m.. by the I'ant,,r. 11. W Rickev. Prver mneetiingevery Wednes d:ay night at 7:30 p. m BAPTIST-M. E. WeU ver. p,.tor. IReg nl:;r aervirc. secrnd and fu,,rth Sundays. 11 a ui.. and R. p. II ; Slnd N1" R h'In . 10 a. m.: Prayer mtetilng, WedInsday, 8 p. nt All invited. Lodges. P'lhsuix ,wlre No. 3.. A. F. & A. M. Z. T. nallien. W. M.: J. C. Tricheljr.. S.e. Meets tirst aund third Wetdlesdays, at 7 ip. In. ('astlie Hall No. 89, Knilghts of Pythllins -J. E. lBreda, C. ('.; Adolph L'Ilerioson, K. of R. S. Meets second anld follrtll Thursdays. at f i,. m Mr.C. E. Trichel has opwned a first class Hotel in the Schunman build ing, which is perhaps the best lo pation and building in the city for such business. Charley is a clever tellow and a hustler, and will make it a success. See his "Ad." else where in this issue. Summer goods mus...

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. — 14 August 1896

gHeN. , ,kI, !ba. bIuas saee Terleme AmeeaS. ' bash ert Cb s ai....aa,5..M Mr. . 3ee Wsler' Paper, she am sad Prdeo .I Prepaltm tm the 5ld Wreth r sate, sIm.lume some .., teS*. "'A GREAT REMEDY. bThe '<eamwSm ites. Free AdverNatl oer a soe"* Thing. ; For some weeks pest th.e (4ucnuian has been running an advertisement of the Swamp A ngel Company. We had nt.t given it very much attention, and %%hile we had sati.fied ourselves tistit wan a good medicine, we had no true ide.a of its real value. From direct evidence we can affirm to any onein terested that this medicine is possibly what has long been lookedtfr. We phould be slow to make this aseertion ,but for the fact that some strong testi mnouials hrme come under. oqr notide and we here present them. "The orig inal letters are now in the posneion of the :bucasian. MAID A PrFCT CIUE SSufflk, Va., Dec. 26, 1895. yamp Angel Medicine Cbmpany, Washington, D. C.: - Fnclosed please find money order for $5.50. Please send the Swamp Anp...

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. — 21 August 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription. $1.00 a Year. There is No free Country. Unless the People Rule. Price 5 Cents. VOL. III. NATCIIITOCHES, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 21, 1896. NO. 1. People's Party Plattorn. IFOUNDATION N l'iiNCI'LES. girit--Thlt nimn or a w.e Ilabor f*i- ot the llnite l States this da(y a, mmmnated shall he wrmanrlent it M Pt*lfb.et,l. ,may its spairit enter all heaarts for the sa:ll:tioll of the republic and tihe nlulil'ting of u:an kind. leucond---Weailth l1lo41nL. to him who creates it, a;:it every dollar o taken frmn indlustry without ail n uivalent is robbery. "If any will Wtwork, neither shall be eat." aa The iutereast of rnral and civic p lasr are the asne; their interests Sikldenslal. Third- Wdelieve that, the ttinme hai aoate when the Triltroad o(rpo ral as ll either own the people .ti er the peoplef muost own the rail leag, ad should the government untr spea time work of owing or many or all og the rail- . sis, we abomuld favor an mend rI Me to the enstitution b...

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. — 21 August 1896

LOUISIANA r OPUlu.ii . -EN T E I [E D A T 1 !i . \ - /i' 'II Y'"r I'r (- I O F F IC E A\ I ', '.I-1 ,. \'-S \i '1 1 . H . I.. ,I l 1\N . I',li:,,r. S ..cI: Ir~It o, , ........ ....... 1 "o I , ,. L ". ,lth ....... ... .... It', A.)VETISIG L.&TES. fr i ntI . . . .. t . ; r, ',n :, , .lof I it . Iper mi S,,to"., I I "r -t '. , , ,, i . l "t 1. . t' i a er nl, i ! 1 ii 1 ,'i1i / "' o ,ll "' " . 41 M I ' .. . . . ..: ' It I f l t '4 of thl 1attth 11i 11; "tn ft- 1 i.t I l i'ii ,I) 111 1 .i 1 .rt iu, 'r nt ill* i l't' .'l : l it ,'1 t t I - t i " ll i t , Ad rce- ll nri t o It f rl, ti na Ilitof  t e a °o1 v' in-" p li,,t .m 1 I.n . 'I I«' 1i1 nr" nM l tl+'ltll h It I o111) t p1' rt P I 1' "it r A failurl r to do .o ill c,' onit , i In tI " " to non watI' FRIDAY, August 2r. "896. All (lelinflluent suhsCril'ers are hereby notifihl that unless their subscriptions allre pai i at an early lndate, their names will y.e ropl fromni onr nl,cri, ftion list. We have mnaged to live on pu...

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. — 21 August 1896

LOUISIANA PO ULIST. I'll S1D4, .ittt,i,1! :"1I. I4 ,c, ilty nighlt t s7:210 p. in I get' -ot th ew. I ci - iuI 11 " i h m l1'4 a . II'.: " v"1 r n {u- '¢l'P(l \, '. ' Ii . 1" . , 1 . PI All i t, v i+ i "1 Z Tr. (':l hiho. \V . \ i.:.l . . 1': 4.'I,.i ;i .. ;r.. . Mhe11..I Iit :Null thsI \ \l ' i, dn i a1 et I.~) : oot, ic.I C'ath t Fol ' r. S a. Il e.1 . of i' ti:; -- . IT : l'r . ('. '..c: A .1., h L.'ll,1i i .l.i . , l'. of t . . .M It- srV( ,tl :jutl ;:i th Thursllay .1;'1| . ?. 11 Ottor clvouser'' tlrid owlhn A. illU; low, Tc',reastn iltr ielle('1'al :ill,; ; ger of the (i eat\ ih ril ( C.. showed 1, overl the glroundls aun . newt buihlinfg o that ebitec o li.cslan ic ioccurrtaed lindust ynthe te lnst.n day last, ma11 we w ill write it :u~'l whre iatwet e fa e'mily. AIr. Geo. Fretemon. El giup v alit the Givanovih ()Oil Mil, hain ed .I to a serious acritden ot at lhlrline last week, resulting in a criptled Alfoot, which we hope %iliall c e O. K. In a few weeks. For Sale. 1 ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 21 August 1896

HO..*HAL. AYI, The nr4elinla sad Ta*Itee Ane1e4I masi es o Cus.maMmaersa I so IIsee Paper. Sue eoem ma p, op e Fp SmIII te Otho 14 Irsth sene, asiea USme UsLater. " "A GREAT REMEDY. The tIHIseIIs. U..re ee Adve~uI s for a e.* ThI*g. For some weeks past tie Caucasian Ime Ieen,, running an advertisement of the $Swamp A ngel Conmpany. We had n(, given it very much attention, and while we had sati.fied ourselves that it wo. a good medicine, we had no true .i;,.. of its rueal value. From direct ev.lence we can affirm to any one in terete,'d that this melicine is possibly w hat has long been looked for. Wo l.h,,,hl be slow to make this assertion but for the fact that some strong testi mn.nials have come under our notice. and we here present them. The orig iºlal letters are now in the possession of the Oaucasian. MADE A PERFECT CURE. Suffolk, Va., Dec. 26, 1895. .S'1rnmp Angel AMedicine Cbmnpany, Washington, D. C.: Enclosed please find money order for $5.50. Please send the Swamp Angel med...

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. — 28 August 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST Subscription. -1.00 it Y'eir. There is No Free Country. L'n!ess the 1)People ule. IPrice 5 C is. VSL,. III. NATCIII 'I'()(CIIES, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 2' , IAM. NO. 9. People's Party Platform. FOUN I)ATION PRI i NCI PLE,. First-That nnlon or tle labor forces of tie ITnited States this day consnmlmnmto4l shall e perimanent itiml prljtn;l. may its spirit enter all hearts for the salvation of the republic amitl the uplifting of man kind. Second-W-ealth Ihlones to him who creates it, and every dollar taken from industry without an equivalent is robbery. "If any will not work, neither shall he cat." The interests of rural and civic labor are the same; their interests are identical. Tihird-We delieve that the time hIus come when tlhe railroad ctiopo rations will either own the people or the peoole must owni the jail roads, and should the governmant enter upon the work of owing or managing any or i91 og the rail roads, we should favor an ..menetl menit to the constitution b...

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. — 28 August 1896

LO'ISI'AA POP ULIST. ZNTERl) AT liiF NATCIHITO '1IFR P ",T O)WFIIEF A" Sº.(' Ntl(' .A"S MAT'T1 PrBI.ISII El' Ei E I. 1:IDA i.\ MoI; t;.N - W. H. AT EAUX, - - Puliher. I8 ltRS ',II" I I'S-( ,,.'" ar ..................$1 ut, Snnetl-................. '" 1• " ,. 3 .ý nt -. .. ....... r' ADUT!E T1S? !"TES. 1nw -, . w, l inch % - t - in toe ; wn SI enhim l , '; (n , 'i , 4r eI i iri l, ; " "' . + ? P r +nn '4T'<*, iT' Nita nr D Y,.,: As.:t . . I p ger 6iro, Adu 'll r. ' , " . l .1r.. t u ,;tint r1 "r et' .Latw, heir t n.Tes l 'r f th r." I il haeh t it ' -nge t r to ti, r ,ne (7nlnaantrllllP inn"sr· , , o bt1 , r v 1 not |it+ ueemp-w te for anot r i . p d i nP,....a. ·7') a 1" Om dnate , iutt. n r . T rntinn .ll . lg r er yanti, l thetn "a n lesl te i nml r: sme of ti mutsr. ot r ore pmai tion ut asr frolt ursheaiibsriir list. teaou l th dnnate a twhe par Of the wre er. riyr -en tohes widl sons bes toe walte FRIDAY, August 28, es96h subscriptions are paid at an early I date...

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. — 28 August 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, AIgust '2, 11496. Churc'h Serl'vices. 'rti.(l nt th M lh, Iitl chtllurh (r,h rv I'ir-t and ' ti IrI .lSiu lsa at 11 .a. im. aInII i:.;tº 1. in.. 17v th, P'a-tor. IH. \V. Til"te\'. Pravr n,"-,'ting(.very W min,,s lday night at 7:10 p. in. . .vprisT,-- . I". W':i v.r. pa,.ttr. It,: nlar -.lvi.-, . end otnl ij, f lrth Sn ndn.lv.i. 11 :a n.. anol :. It. - ' ; : Sn.1:lhy ,ehon l. lt1 n. lt." :'!aver m, it.,ti , Ved" ,.dLy, 8 $ p. im All invi',d. Lodges. P'h,.,.ix Lo*,!,1r \n. "',. A. 1'. & N. '! - '1'. (;.. !i . .n. C 1" 1. ' '1'. t T sich l r.. S.,.': M,,u s lrt . ld thi,l Wah h..y,, at 1 1e. n.1 ('nst , IT 1\ 10. ' .l. 1,K l.t- ,f , . ;hi; K. of ' . S. M,. t. ,,.mul o t nrth Thnril.-t , at -. s r, The crnel drE:lth whiicli is the! severe' t linlO'l to " 1the ohlest in hahitant," hlas at lat. I eeu broken in tliis section. severa: liglt shii - ers fell Monilday anl Tuesdt:y, iand a fair season W.Vedlnesdlay llig'ht. For Sale. I will sell on reatso...

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. — 28 August 1896

HON.*HAL. ATF Te UrUlllalt and Taleuted AIeliate SIdlltor of the (aueautlam.ResaterMar oea Ratler'rs aper, the Gem and PrIde of lopulism In the old North *ate, lExamu e Rome Letters. "A GREAT REMEDY. The fIeeaelmn (;e' trSee AdvertMIla for a a.od Thilg. For some weeks past th'e Caucasian ha;. Ie'I rlun1n lan advertisement of tl;I Swa;:m, A :gel Company. We had mA.,t givc, it very much attention, and wdo we luld rati-fiel ourselves that it ';os a good nllolicine, we had no true ile-a ot its real valne. From direct ce:,loe we cdan affirm to any one in tert.t,'d, that this uelicine is possibly A h,;t has long been looked for. We sthoil lbe sluw to make this assertion but I;r the fact that some strong testi nm.nials have come under our notice. ,,l, we here present them. The orig insal letters are now in the possession of the Caucaeian. MADE A PERFECz CuRIL 'v Suffolk, Va., Dee. 26, 1895. Su~amp Angel . Medicine Company, Washington, 'D. C.: Enclosed please find money order for $5.50....

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