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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 13 November 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free (ountry, Jnless the People Rule. Price 5 Cents. VOL. III. NATCIITO)CHES, LA.. NOVEMBER 13, 1896. NO. 13. Free coinage of silver is only one step in the direction of currency re form. The yellow-hammer democrats are not making much noise over their na tional ticket. Grover indorses the yellow-hammer ticket nominated at Indianapolis. 0-1 c-o-u-r-s-e. So does Carlisle. If a gold basis will give us good times why don't we have them now, under the "existing gold standard"? If gold should be discovered in un limited quantities what would become of the existing gold standard? The threat which the banks made to precipitate a panic has resulted in people drawing out their money. Free silver is the strategic point around which the battle for the con trol of the currency is being fought. The issue is money against men, and no amount of tariff oratory can divert the minds of the people from the real issue. We may be "ignorant, vi...

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 November 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. ENTERED AT THE NATCHITOCHES POiT OFFICE AS SECONI)-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. IT. AREAUX, - .Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION-One cear..............$1 00 Six Months.............. 50 " Fonr Mlnthse............ 40 AVE TING RATES 9I'c-rU. 1 mI ' m 3 mno 6 mo 1 year. l inch l o 05on 6f01. 11 15 00 2 Inch-is 5 0 4 0 50 1500 20 00 3 inches 00 1100 12 3 19 00 25 00 4finches 4 59 1400 1500 230 14 000 Sinnher 10  1n 117 00 27 00 05 00 Sincdles 11 50 101 onoit 300 4000 7 inchei 1350 20 21 001 3 00 44 00 t inches 13 l00 O"t M2400' 30 00 40 00 I column 4000 00 5 00 65 00 100 00 Tranidont sdrertlnsmentt. $1 per aquare first in sertion: each subsequent insertion 50 cents per toaicl or legal sdvertisementi, *t per square frst insertion; each snbuhquent insertion 50 cents per squre. Loel advertisementa. 10 cents per lins. Editorial notices, erst insertion. 15 cents per line. sumseonntly 10 cents per line. ~a omnuationn are solicted. ab ...

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 November 1896

LOUISIANA POP"UL . FIIlD.%, November I3. V!O Chunrcl s(ervireVi. rv 1ir-t a-nl ' .1Th Jrd 'nal .. at 11 . and 7::3) p. in.. by the I'al- r. I. i.ke- ~r.:,-er ieeting ev.,ry ,1 ... - day nikht at 7: , . ni. RAr l ,-r- M . 1-. . Ware r, ,,-ter 1 ' nl:,r .'rvi< ". ,*" .ndargl fre) : , - ,:6 11 a n;.. sand s. 1l. 'i n l,, , . , :, a. um.: Prayer mo-eting, \Vcdle11,.h. , 8 p. m All ilvited. L.odecs. Phrnix Lolre No. 3.. . F. & . &. M. , T. Gallien. W. M.: J. C. Trichel jr.. See. Meets first and third Vednliesdlays, at 7 p. m. Castle Hall No. 89. Knihta o,f Pthia.n -J. E. Ilnred, (J'.; Ad"lph I'liericson. K°. of R. S. Meets secontd land fourth Thursdlays, at 8 :,. in. F. J. Gentry & Co.'s famous Dog and Pony Shows, will hold forth in our city next Tuesday and night. It is said to be an exce1 lent show. A full supply of 'Nlbler Belt ing, Hubbler Packing, Piston Pack ing, Globe Valves, Unions, Etc., always on hand, at J. A. Ducour nau & Son.. nov.13-2t. The public ...

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 November 1896

An Albany paper Imquires: What is thme?' Well, we don't know; but we don't believe any man can be truly fa mon nowadays until he has been cured of some patent medicine disease and got his picture into the papers as mirac ulously saved. A Connecticut man has asked his triends to buy tickets at $5 each for ad mission to his suicide. lie proposes to enter a cage containing a lion and allow himself to be eaten by the beast in full view of the audience. IBut how about a rebate if the lion has a tit of indiges tion or Isn't hungry? A new telescope has been constructed In Paris that will bring the moon Into handshaking proximity to this terres trial sphere. It is to be hoped that no body will attempt to "touch" the man in the moon. Oom Paul says that in all his Trans vaal disturbances the Bible was his constant guide. It has cn'abled him to swap a chance to board and clothe five fellows fifteen years for $500,000 in cold cash-pretty good bargain. If any one finds a stray church organ held ...

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 November 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free ('ouantry, TTnles-s the Peopl(e Rule Price 5 Cents. VOL. III. NATCHITO)CIES, LA.. NOVEMIER 20, 186. NO. 14. THE CRIME OF 1873. HOW ACT DEMONETIZING SIL VER WAS PASSED. It Was Rushed Thregh Corurses With out BeLng Read d Delate Was Shut Oh by the Previous Questlon-People Never Reard of It. Arkansas Gazette: It has been often rehearsed, so often indeed that one would think every citizen of the roun try was familiar with the facts, but they are not, or if they read about it they have forgotten the facts. The act demonetizing silver was smuggled through congress. Less than a half dozen members knew of it. President Grant, who signed the bill, was utterly ignorant of it. Judge Kelly, of Pennsylvania, the chairman of the committee on coinage, weights and measures at the time, when charged with having advocated the de monetization of silver, said in a speech in the house: "In connection with the charge that I advocated the 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. — 20 November 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. ENTEREID AT THE NATCHIT(.'HES IPOST OFFrIC AS SECOND CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION-o-ne Year ................$1 00 " Si Montbe............. M Fonr Month ............. 40 ADVETISIG BATES. sACRh, I m,." l aiu t moe 6 mo.e 1 ear, 3i uoho 7 n 11 001 1i 19 00 2 00 4 inrhre 4 5 9o 14 0o0 I, 2 00 23 uO 0 O0 5 inches 10o o0 1400 17 00 27 00 5 . 6 inches I 1 50 I s0 19 00 30 00 40 0 7 inches 13 59 20 00 21 00 33 00 4400 Slaches 15 a0 22 00 24 00300 400 1 eisnmi 40 00 50 00 55 00 606 010000 Tranmmiet adverttismaents $1 per parsr flret In sertion; each eubsequent Insertion 50 eate per sqaur,. aItcial or legal advertisements. 1 per quare esIt insertiem; each aUbviuoent insertion 50 cente per squar. Local advertimensEts. 10 tcnts per line. Editorial notwes. Art inoerton. 15 cents per lines; suhseqntlv 10 cents per line. (",aunuatous are otcted. but we will not be reasblehe for any views the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 20 November 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FWlIDAY. Noveumber 90. 186. i Church Servlces. I Services at the .Methodist ehurch eve rv First and Third Sunday at 11 a. m.. and 7:80 p. m., by the Pastor. H. W. Rickey. Prayer meeting every Wedines day night at 7:30 p. m. t IlArrrsT-M. E. Weaver. pastor. Reg nlar services. second and fourth Sndays. li a nl.. and R. p. in ; Sunld:y Scluool. 10 t a. nm.: Prayer m.eting, Wednesdlay, t p. m All invited. Lodges. Phbanix Lodge No. 38. A. F. & A. M. Z T. Galllen. W. M.; J. C. Tricheljr., Ser. C Meets first and third Wedndesdays, at 7 Castle Hall No. 19, Knights of Pythise ( -J. E. Breda, C. (C.; Adolph L'Herinson, R. of R. 8. Meets second and fourth Thursdays, at 8 p. m. The election to vote a 5-mill c special tax for water works takes i place to-day. Every one should , vote for the tax, first because we stand sadly in need of the water works, and secondly because the tax is to be used in building the same, and not donated to some cor poration, which will speculat...

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 November 1896

A monument to Btephen Gtard b tov %e erected in Philadelphia. It is only sixt, years since the college founder died, and Philadelphia is to be con gratulated for her unusual promptitude in beginning to think of a monument. aNjo3tag IL 0 An4 the soul of the wicked one was next condemned to fall through specs at the rate of a mile a minute for 100, 000 years. "Say!" he shouted, as be passed ttU 10,000th ghostly milepost, "tjla beats any coasting I ever tried."--d ols Journal. That Joyful Feeling With the exhilarating sense of renewed health and strength and internal cleanlhess. which follows the use of Syrup of Figs, is uskuewa to the few who have not progressed beyond the old-time medicines and the cheap substi tutes sometimes offered but never aooepted by the well-informed. Street-car drivers In Spain receive $3 per week; in New South Wales they receive $12, Waim hilious or costive, at Ca candy thr care garsnateesý m Deafless Ceases he Cured by local application+, as theyeannot reac...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 27 November 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. abserpltion $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free C'ontry. Unless the People Rule. Price ,5 Cents. VOL. III. NATCHITOCIHES, LA., NOVEMBER 27, 1896. NO. l' Ihe band plays for sound money. And now for the grand round up. The campaign of education goes on. The banks are the power behind the throne. The silver men "marched through Cheap money Is better than no money at all. Direct legislation would soon settle the silver question. It is muscle and brains against money and paunch. That dollar is best which gives the nratut prosperity. This election settles nothing unless It is settled right. It is the big dollar of debt that is Weighing the producer down. Frau silver does not mean free men, but it is a step in that direction. The principles of populism are the laws of the kingdom of heaven on oarth. As long as the banks control the vol uwe of money there will be danger of There is danger in sleeping on guard, even though a vast army is be Mad you. The people's party Is the...

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 November 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. ENTERED AT TRE NATCHITOCHI- rOST OFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHI4D EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION-One Vear ................1 00 Stx Month ............. 50 Fonr Montha............ 40 ADTEBTSO SATy. WaCS. I mon 2 moe 3 mo 6 moo 1 yeor. 1inch 32o" 500$(1. 110041 1'00i R inchee no 11 o 12 54 19 00 25 00 5iwchoe 10 o4 16 00 17(10 27 00 3' 0 6 inchs '1 1i 1 | n 10 (M 3140 0 400( 7 inchm 13 50 S2 00 21 0 33 00 44 0 O8 inches 5 o 22 0 2460 36 48 0 1 colnm 40 000 00 5 00 65 000 00 Tranolent o drertgEalst '. $1 per m qn are first in rertion: each subsequent insertion 50 meeut per sfst inertion ; .ch mnbsnettt inesertion 0 cent. Local advfrttiemehtu. 10 cImtn per line. Editorial noblte. trst lnserto . 15 ýeete per line; ehar~tutly 10 cnts per Itne. U"nneCmo'tis are o,,te. but we ek, r st be responelbe for wny vlews therein epeeisd no C.ectibutnhe i atend wl for publiatio should hse eeomd by the reel a w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 27 November 1896

LOVUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY. November 97. 1896. Church services. Services at the Methodist church eve ry First and Third Sunday at 11 a. in.. and 7:80 pm.. by the Pastor, H. W. Rickev. Prayer meeting every Wednes day night at 7:30 p. m BA.'rmT-M. E. Wearer, pastor. Reg ular services, second and fourth Sundays., 11 a m.. and 8. p. m; Sunday .chool. 10 a. m.; Prayer misting, Wednesday, 8 p. m All invited. Lodges. Phenix Lodge No. 38, A. F. & A. M. Z T. Gallien. W. M.; J. C. Trichel jr.. Sec. Meets frst and third Wedndesdays, at 7 p. Wm. Castle Hall No. 80, Knights of Pythias -J. E. Breda, C. ('.; Adolph L'HeriMson, K. of R. 8. Meets second and fourth Thunrdays, at 8 p. nm. Everybody says Barlow Bros. Minstrels at the Opera House last Friday night, were exceptionally flue. Topsy Hosiery is the best. Can get them only at Williams, Weaver & O'Quin's. Yesterday was Thanksgiving day uad many is the turkey that help. ed to celebrate it. A DAY MARKET. WOn Dec. 1st, I will open a Mar...

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 November 1896

She Disliked steamboats. The wife of a phyiclan who lives In 'Washington tells a story of a distant kinswoman who was her guest daring the Chrstitan Dndeavor conveanto. The kinswoman lives in an inland New England town, and when she came ti Washington she spent one night of the journey on board a steamboat It was the first time she had ever traveled by water. She reached Washington ex. tremely fatigued. The doctor's wife re marked it. "Yes, rm tired to death," said the kinswoman. "I don't know as I care to travel by water again. I read the card In my stateroom about how to put the life Ipresorver on and I thought I understood it, but I guess I didn't, though. Some way. I couldn't seem to go to sleep with the thing on." She Felt Renesured. "'What we want is to have money get, ting into creulatlon. It's the duty," he said, excitedly, "of every citizen to ext ert himself to secure that end." "John, dear," said his wife, "I'm os glad to hear yoa say so. I want to ordae ever so many thi...

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 December 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. bubscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule Price 6 Cents. VOL. III. NATCHITOCHES, LA., DECEMBER 4, 1896. NO. 16. Discontent lies at the bottom of all progress. The paramount question is that of human rights. Government ownership will break up the railroad trust. One of the "paramount issues" now is "where are we at?" The yellow-hammers are without doubt entitled to the "last year's bird's nest." A gilt-edged civilization may contain as much barbarism as no civilization st all. There is every reason to believe that the yellow-hammers were only decoy lucks. The price of products, under an equi table system of distribution, fixes the price of labor. The men who buy votes before elec :ion will buy the votes of representa tives after election. It is now about time to say "when the amoie of battle clears away, etc.," with a VW'# extended etc. Since the wealthy are the greatest tax dodgers, it comes with poor grace for them to talk abo...

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 December 1896

, __ _ A P OPULIST. MTIERED AT THJIE ATCHi'U I,;,'HEFS PtY~T' OFFICE AS BESO)L-CLAS MATT'Rn. PcBUISHD 3VIItY FJ[PrDAY MORA1. H. L. BRIAN, - . Iditor. W. H. ARE.ALT, . - - Pnul,!ihr. SiUBCRIPTIOK--. e ear ................. 1 90 &" ~I Months............. 60o Four Months............. 40 tvr:sTo ATS. srArx. I so ! m 9m om6a 1 ye 1 inrh g9 S50t,60M911 i n1IS S 2 ini [ 5 00 A e 9 5 150 4 W I . 7 1- 700 11 ' 0. 1?" 1 00 1 00 4 nchca A!59 140 0 1500 100 3000 inches 10 6 10 o 17 Oi Sf 2 0 5 00 Gintheý 11 50 1900 1900 3000 40 0 7 S1chn1 13 510 T a 00 A '09 44 05 N nchew iS 99 240 o 4 NO. 4800 1 clu.nn 40 o 0 0 008 0 00 1 00 Treasient advertiaemEnDt, 1 per equar flSeut Ita ortton : each subequent lseerlnsm M oats per Of lal or le)al advevrrimentas Si per square rust laertlen ; each absaqeeLst ueertdle e.ts Los] adv.ttamets. t ats per liae. RIlterltal sotOs. et tIeertlem, 1 *e6s per line: smbsequety 11 neats per lSta Caomsalmcetmles are solicited. Im we will et be reapnadble fe, any vi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 December 1896

5ilD at' , ;D(c'enLtber 4, 1i9O. Cl(aurch eii'Ices. So N ý t t i V 1rliit eh'n Ih h rv 1 ai: ti:i l i. i1 :a:nli; at 11 :t . n . P:niiL 7. Lor . t. , the as. Fr. H. . u la r, t r.. :i ,' " :.. .-nd a r  t \`',.,i:,u . -i ,a . 1 u.1 ., a . t- : n i Phsnr- Lod.e No. 38, A F. & 4,. M 7 T.Oalllen. W. M.: J.( C. Trwhliejr., eev. lte .l bra"t and third Wedlluderays, at 7 p. il. htuatle Hall No. 89, Knights of Pythias -J. E. Breda, C. (.: Adolph l.'fleriuon, K. of R. 8. Meuts e`'roud and fourth Thursdayv. at K It. Im. A Jury term of D)istrict Court btegiun here next Monday. No Red Tape wilth u, plain business-we advertise things we can actually furnish-nothing on paper except actually in stock. Williams, Weaver & O'Qnin. There was snow on Dec. 1st as near by as Cypress, and it was re ported 2 inches deep at Montgome ry, but none here, though we had some bitterly cold weather. Clothing. Clothing. 85@ pairs Pants, as well as a large assortment of Children's Suits to be closed ou...

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 December 1896

f Kentucky contemporary thinhs that "there Is no reason now why Breckinridge should not be sent back to Congress." Miss Pollard knows at least 15,000 separate and distinct rea. sons worth a dollar apiece. There are only nine George Washing tons in the Chicago city directory In a population exceeding 1,750,000; but it is only fair to state, however, that there are more than nine Chicagoans who practice Uncle George's precepts oc calsionally. He who Is passionate and hasty Is generally honest. It Is your old, dis sembling hypocrite of whom you should beware. There is no deception in a bulldog. It is only the cur that sneaks up and bites you when your back is turned. A 960 Doctor's Bill. "I cannot r comm..nd \our TrrrarwxM i'nugh. I hatl . ry-ipelas in my face ard head Co hbl that I could nt do any work in three mn ths, nd I tried the doetors, a ,,n , mi ,lor toe 's bill is fifty ..o are. A frie At t 411 me to tet come of your I wrrrnRi.r, anrd I dil so. and It has entirely ured nee. I...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 December 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country. Unle.s the Peoplc, Rulo. Price 5 Cents. VOL. III. NATCHITOCHES. LA., I)E('EMBER II, 1891; NO. 1 DEFERRED. Love came knocking at my heart One summer day- Came knocking sofil.vy at my Ieart, I said him nay: "Oh, May is merry. and June is long. And gay with blossom and wild birds' song: The golden hours are free. are free: What sweeter can you bring to mie? I pray you, wait Without the gate." Was that a knocking at Iny heart One winter day? The faintest echo In my heart! Tihe world was gray; ,nd drear the winter; my garden close Lay chill and silent with drifting snows. I swung the portals open wide: "Oh, enter, stranger, and abide!" Love's ghost did wa:t Without the gate. -Celia A. Hayward, in Lippincott's. A CLEVER PLAY. "There! I have the satisfaction of knowing what it is all about, and of appearing dignified and firm at the same time!" Mr. Stanton ctsckled to himself as be held a sealed envelope up to the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 December 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST. ENTERED AT THE .NA'i( 14lllTO('ES 1'~ - OFFICE AS SECON()D.C1.A MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FLIIAY MOl:NINI;. H. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. W. I1. ARFAl'X, - - - Pnlisher. tUSU IBC r}IPlr'1(, N-(h, e V.ar................. $1 O S , Mont'! .............. .O Four Mmlth+............. 40 ADVEZTWING L&T!3L arr 1 n' 2 mm :I marn  ear *T. 1 1 n 5 11 00 1500 S,,, on 9 . 1 ~5 o 00 nhet 7 n, 11 Cn 12 501 . 19 o0 n ., ,n 4 i ,Ihew c n ' no 15 Co 27 u 3) 010 S inche. 10 nb 14 )M 17 o 27 on 35 on0 6 inbe i11 "4aq 10 00 9 1no .'0 I 40 00 7 incIhe $ 1 !dl 100041 00 3.1 on t 44 00 Sinche" 15 001 22 00 24 0) 'q 00 48R M 1 column 40 00 O )0 5 01 00 100 00 Transient -.lrtwntents. $1 p.r .usquaor irt in sertion; each subseqnent inscrtlnm 50 cents per teial nr legal ardvertiseiments. 1 per square firl insertion each nobsh.qat insertion 50 cents per share. lAre! advertl tments. 10 rent. pet lino. Editorial notices. rst insrtion. 15 certa per line: snhsquently l co.nts p,.r line. U(oamnar...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 December 1896

LOUISIANA POPULIST.! FIIDAY, December I1, I1896. 1 Church Services. Services at the .M-tholict churclh ove ry First and T'iril Snday at 11 a. nW.. and 7:30) p. mn.. hI. the Paitor. H. W ii Riekey. l1raver nieeting every Wednes day nlght at 7:18 p. an. BAPTIrT-M. E. Weaver. pastor. Reg tlar services, sernd and fourth Sundays, 11 ai m.. and A. p. Im; Sundary ehool, 10 a. ma.; Prayer meting, Wednesday, 8 p. I All invited. h Lodges. t Phnilx Lnda No. 38, A. F. & A. M.- Z T. Galliea. W. M.; J. C. Trichrljr., See. t Meets first and third Wedudedays, at 7 p.i. (Catle Hadl No. 19, Knights of Pvthias I -J. E. Breda, C. V.: Adolph L'Herisson. j K. of R. 8. Meets second sad fourth Thursdays, at 8 . inm. A steam ginnery and fixtures ij belonging to Mr. J. M. Freschedt, and located just across the river v from town, was burned Saturday I evening. Several bales of cotton helonging to Mr. Freschedt and to several of his patrons, were also r destroyed. There was no insu rance, and the loss wa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 December 1896

r Galveston is going to be the I?'E York of Texas. Fine elevators are go ing up, ocean vessels are coming there for freight. St. Louis wheat exporters will export their wheat that way. The southwestern railroads all favor Gal veston connections. Last year $1,000, 000 worth of coal and gold was mined In that State: there are also numerous beds of lignite there. Reading may make a full man, as Ba con says, but merely devouring papers and books, without thought, makes him no fuller than a goat - It Took the Ribbon. Dear fir:--"llving u-,d several boxes of your TrrTKRINE, I ('an say I!at it it the best remrdv I bhar, ever Itotd for skin di-eases. A:ter la'lng w h th (thl ura anl o her similar preparations. through thi rec, mrmenlaiion of afr end I triodl a bn x of TIT'rTrxIsr. and tfo applicatio's was all tat it took to effect a complete cure of a br, akinz out onm iy toot or long sat:ndig. I think it i. the best salve in the world for skin uiseases." Youra truly, R. B. A rXANDIR. Mt. ...

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