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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 13 August 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, August 13, 1397. Church Services. Services at the Methodist church eve ry First and Third Sunday at 11 a. m., andl 7:3t, p. m., by the Pastor. J. C. Sligh. Prayer meeting every Wednes day night at 7:30 p. m. BAPTIST-M. E. Weaver. pastor. Reg ular services, second and fourth Sundays, 11 a m.. and 8. p. m ; Sunday School, 10 a. mn.; Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m All invited. Lodges. Phunix Lodge No. 38, A. F. & A. M. Z. T. Gallien. W.M.; J. C. Trichel jr., See. Meets first and third Wedndesdays, at 7 p. m. Castle Hall No. 89, Knights of Pythias -. -J. Breda, C. C.; Adolph L'Herisson, K. of R. S. Meets second and fourth Thnrsdays, at 8 p. m. Mr. W. W. McClure returned to Alexandria last Tuesday. Mr. H. C. Mixon of Winn, was r city Monday. . 'nge full a of st full OrV heir . J. . is now con duoting a meeting at Arizona, Webster parish, La. Dr. Tichenors Antisentic, two bottles for 55c. at H. Kaffie & Bro, I All of the Second-hand clothing t sold b...

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 August 1897

makex of woodqa autmem weil 'to take a back seat hereafter. Cer. SChicago peddlers have been dis selling peach stones for almond ant. - Nothing Causual. Parson Prolix-I think we may sap that all reforms are intermittent; eves In the church told the awakenings are periodical. Layman-Yes; I noticed that was the ease this morning when you pro. eaouted the benedlctlo..-Boston Coo tier. I~ IH GAINED IN STRENGTH Was onfined to the Bed Most of the Time-The Remedy. "I was much run down in health and had to keep my bed the greater part of the time. I ha. no appetite and did not rest welt nights. I began taking Hood's Sarsa parilla and my appetite returned and I gained strength rapidly, and soon felt like a new man. I attribute my escape from illness of any kind the past winter to tak ing Hood's Barsaparilla." ABsL Mrsts, Arthur, New York. Get Hood's. ed's ils the best family cathartic, easy to operate. Se. ELIZABETH COLLEGE. A FOR WOMEN. CHARLOTTE, N. C. EQUAL TO THE BEST Colleges for men w...

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 August 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. bscrption $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule Price 5 Cen OL. IV. NATCHITOCHES, LA., AUGUSI 27, 1897. NO CROSS OF GOLD. AMERICAN PRODUCERS Afn BEING CRUcIFIED. Porter of Virginia Exposes the Resorted to by the ,Pluto Pess to Hide the Cause of P?ees of Our Products. q3.W. Porter of Virginia In the : ver Knight-Watchman.) of the long Continued decline prosperity, which has ulpon all other industries, and commerelal business hasard :say the least, we see men still la dqrkness as to the leue. Wali.e others Ignorantly r- wtl g the cause, and eClar rrlemediable, Wrbhl'icron dstnaging evidence of the of values which is due to lI ch are remediable. The a~,d the reumedy have been long mIsta . out by some of the wis .ableit men of the time, and ialoe wone long ago have the application of that whith coussted fn a removal of . , ebrt for the determined mp eat publle opinion by false 'sdi4 the closure of the col 5 . Ly of our great newaa Journ...

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 August 1897

LOUISIANA OPULIST. ENTERED AT THE NATCIIITOCHES POST OFF`fE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. II. L. BRIAN, - - - Edior. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Pnblisher. ,L BSCRIPTION--One Vear ................$1 00o S " PSix Month .............. 50 " ; Four Months...... ..... 40 ADVE$TISING BATES. Sios mons moI 1 year. linch O$ 3i 500 $50$11 00 $1500 -2 inches 500 0 9n 50 15 10 20 00 3 incites 7 00 11 00 12 50 19 00 25 00 4 inches 5o 14 0' 15 00 2 00 300 5 inches 10 0n 14 On 17 00 27 00 95 00 8, inches 11 50, 1 n 1nR 00 30no 40 en 7 inches 13 504 20 00 21 00 33 00 44 00 Sinches I15 r 22 00 24 00 36 00 44 00 I column 40 00 50 00 55 0410 5 00 100 00 Transient advertisementt $1 per sqnnre first in sertion; each subsequent insertion 50 cents per square. l )feial or legal ndvertisements, $1 per square first insertion ;'each enbsequent insertion 50 cents , per sqnar,'. Local awvertisemnnt.s. 10 cents per line. Editorial notiies. F.irt insertion. '15 cents per iloe; enhsbsequently 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. — 27 August 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST., FRIDAY, August 97, 1697. Church servlces. Services at the Methodist church eve ry First and Third Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7:80 p. m., by the Pastor, J, U. nligh. Prayer meeting every Wednes day night at 7:80 p, m. BArtIsT-M. E. Weaver, pastor. Reg ilar s$eAles, second and fourth Sundays, 11 a ri., and 8. p. m ; Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m All invited. 4 * " Lodges. * Ph1nix Lodge No. 38, A. F. & A. M. Z, T. Gallien, W. M.; J. C. Trichel jr., Sec. Meets first and third Wedndesdays, at 7 p. m. Ca.stle falil No. 89, Knights of Pythias S--J. E. Breda, C. (.; Adolph L'Herisson, K. of R. S. Meets second and fourth \' Thnrsdays, at 8 D. m. Now is the time to advertise. Encouraging news have been re ' ceived from Capt. Welch, who is on a trip Nortth to report to his capitalistic backers on the plans and prospects of the proposed line ,from hero to Shreveport. HIe will return here early next week with definite propositions to submit to ...

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 August 1897

' beaJ Clichb. Cholly-I, wonder if your father ;would fly into a passion if I were to 'ask him for you? Adelaide-Not if you tell him first t~hat he looks twenty years younger since he shaved off his whiskers. Cleveland Leader. Fcorching. MIcCorkle-Isn't Tenspot running into debt pretty lively? McCmckle-Running isn't the word for it. He is fairly sprinting,-Detroit Free .Press. "Aartvi obtained a box of Tr' di lumter a Wrigkt, t oLorlls GL, whlb I sed on a case of tIcan plnes r years' stand. ing. I spent $50 for dtearent kinds d reme. die and the skill of doctors, all for a0 good, amunti I got the TzrrUl. I am now well. Ao. ceut thanks." Yorg, W. B. KDe. By mall ýotr 0W. uaa~ pslbyJ. T. Shpttns, In sewral of the farming distriets of Ne braska corn is used as heLs Fits permaentlyeared. NotAtornervoue. pess after first d's use of Dr. Kltl.'s Great erve Restorer. trial bWle adtraise free Dl8 B. Kruz. Ltd.. fl Arch St.Phila..Pa. Prtas Cuars it ba has no Mus. Whilow'sSmout yr , forehf...

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. — 3 September 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. S- -- - _- - Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country. Unless the People Rule. Price Ce VOL IV. NATCHITOCHES, LA., SEPTEMBER 3. 1897. NO.3. Df~1~I1 rv,.,w . - -- -- -- - - -___ --___ __________ PRICES STILL FALL. THE BOh DHOLDER AFTER THE PRODUCER. kothing Makes Man So Homesick in His Own Hom As to See Everything Shrinking fro Year to Year Except His Debts .and xes. (By Solon hase, of Maine.) Bryan fired a un in the Chicago Convention that as heard around the World. It was a ng-distance shot. It hit 'em in Wal; treet; it hit 'em in London, in Parl.j and in Berlin. The question t Bryan thrust into the face and e4 of two continents is the question , highlr or lower prices. The m; ns w ho voted for McKinley voted i lower prices, and they have got ih.t they voted for. The millions Wt ) t-oted for Bryan voted for higher pFes, and we did not get what we d fr, but we are going to pick our it ts and try again. The battle of the "t ,trds is a battle for high...

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. — 3 September 1897

LOVISIANA POPULIST. ZNTEP.' D AT THE NATCHITOCHES POST. OFF:cP; AS SECONfI.CIASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOR'INC,. H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. I. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. 8UBSCRIPTION)-On Year.................$1 00 It Six Months.............. .5 Four MonthRs............. 40 FRIDAY, September 3, 897. It is not so much a question as to how MANY people shall vote, as to now those people should vote, which is worrying Foster and his clique. How will reducing the number of voters make it any harder to falsify returns and debauch the ballot box ? When such a man as Don Caf frey becomes disgusted with the hypocrisy of the Deniocratic party, you may be sure the truth would astound the natives if it could be known. We should have an unlimited Constitutional Convention or none. The legislature had no power to put I limitations on the people when they t want to change their organic law. Gov. Foster threatens to don his c blouse and go down into the bar ricades to fight for a free vote...

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. — 3 September 1897

eOTISIANA POPULIST. ---1r -- FI if:AY, September 3, 1897ISO Church Servlces. Ser ; as at the Methodist church evew. ry IFi) and' Third Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7 , p. in., by the Pastor, J. C. SlIdh,. 'rayer meeting every Wednes day "'iy,,t at 7:30 p. m. AITIt4I. -M. E. Veaver, pastnr. Reg ular ser,, i as, seeond and fourth unndays, 11 a m., d 8. p. n: Sunday School, 10 a. m.; P. Pr meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m All ited. Lodges. Phniml I.( de No. 3R, A. P. & A. M.- Z: T. Gn( n. nW. M.; J. C. Trichel.ir., See. Meets firt anld third Wedndesdays, at 7 p. in. Castle 1 iall No. 89, Knights of Pythias -J. E. r1.la, C. f'.; Adolph L'Herisson, K. of II. i~. Meets second and fourth Thnrsdav s at pv. m. The Te as and Pacific and the Natchitoc ies "Tap" railways have each lvr.. u. half rates for our great Popilisit Camp-meeting. So you can buy your ticket to Natchi toches and0ob ack free. This rate is from an - point west, between 6 Shreveport and Cypress, and east between Baf on Rouge and Cy...

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. — 3 September 1897

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA. New Courses of Study-New Blood In the Faculty-Redu:ed Exp:nses. The new courses of study adopted by the faculty and approved by the board of trustees, places the University of Alabama abreabt of the leading up. to-date colleges and universities of the land. The A. B. course is practically fixed or constant through the Junior year. In the Senior year it is largely elec tive In the B. S. course the right of elec tion begins much earlier, and is much more "-xteusive. In each case the student must make up eighteen hours a week in recitations. Later it is ex pected that graduate work will be ar ranged, leading to the higher degrees of M. A. and C. E. There are several new men in the faculty. They are: Dr. James K. Powers, President. Dr. George S. Wilkins, Engineering. Dr. W. B. Saffold, Greek. Dr. John Y, Graham, Biology, and Judge W. 8. Thoriugton, Dean of the Law Department. All in all, it is doubtful if the Uni versity of Alabama ever had a stronger faculty in a...

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. — 10 September 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Bubsc ption $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price 5 VOL V. NATHITOCHES, LA., SEPTEMBER 10. 1897. N THE HONE T DOLLAR. HOW THE )ND 4OLDERS DE INE IT. 3y Unjust Legislation the Purchasing Power of the Dollar Has Been In creased and the Awful Debt Burden Doubled. Is the silver d. tar an honest dollar? There can be no =uestion that the sil ver dollars now a circulation in the United States avi honest dollars, be cause all the obliations of the United States are, by ext ress law, payable in silver dollars; and besides, silver dol lars will buy the sa me amount of prop erty and pay the same amount of debts as gold dollars, But the goldites s.y that silver doll ars would become i ishonest dollars if the mints were open,-d to free coinage, says the Silver Knight-Watchman. The Republican party in its platform declared that it was in favor of open ing the mints of the United States to free koinage whenever an international agreement could ...

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. — 10 September 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. ------ I II }ITE EDl AT ThB NIATCBITOC'HES 1'OST .(:FICE A3 SECOND-CLAsS M1ATTFR. £UI ISI1ED EVERY FI;D1AY vIo;:NING. II. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. W. U. AREAUX, - - - PI)lisher. SUBSCRIPTION-One Year................. 00 i8 I*rx Month........ .. . 50 t S Four M(onth ............ 40 FRIDAY, September xo, i897. Can not a thief stonl as well from a small lot of valuables as from a large lot ? Somnetimes you don't much care to vote, but you would hate to know that you couldn't vote if you wanted to. The Times-Democrat gives over a pnge of Tuesday's paper to the great speech of Ex-.Governor Alt geld favoring "Government owner ship of Railways and Telegraphs,. and other populist doctrine" Veri ly public sentiment is coming our way. Foster is raising the taxes in this on ot p State year by year, by raising the But a assessments. You may want to ches is stop that after awhile. But he is shown i now taking steps to disfranchise will gi you. Will you sit still? tors at .. _ '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. — 10 September 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY. september 10, 1597. Chureh services. Se.rviees at the Methodist church ev rv First and Third Sunday at 11 a. m.. 1 nndl 7:30 p. m., by the Pastor. J. C. Sligh. Pratver meeting every Wednes day night at 7:30 p1. m BIP'IST-M1. E. Weaver, p:sitor. Reg 1lh r servi,.e,. -wonud and f,,,rth Snndays. 1I a in.. andl . p. n~ : Suilay Sehool, 10 a. mn.: Pravyr mneting, Wednesday, 8 p. In All invited. Lodges. Plhmnix Loanle No. 38, A. F. &. A. M.- 'Z T. Gallien. W. M.: J. C. 'rrichel jr., Sec. Meets first and third Wedndesdays, at 7 p. ll'. Castle tall No. 5, Knights of Pythias -J. E. Breda, C. V!.; Adolph L'HITerisson, K. of R. S. Meets second and fourth Thurs.days. at 8 V. im. - ;-_-. ----2.-~-- One Fare. The Texas and Pacific, the Wat kins and the Natchitoches and I . R. V. railroads will sell on Septembler 21st, 22nd and 23rd, ROUND TRIP ticket' to the G'reat Populist Camp meeting here for ONE FARE, holding good for return until Mon clay, 27th. The V. S. 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. — 10 September 1897

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA. New Courses of Study-New Blood in the Faculty-Reduced Exp nsos. The new courses of study adopted by the faculty and approved by the board of trustees, places the University of Alabama abreast of the leading up. to-date colleges and universities of the land. The A. B. course is practically fixed or constant through the Junior year. In the Senior year it is largely elee. tive In the B. S. course the right of elec tion begins much earlier, and is much more extensive. In each case the student must make up eighteen hours a week in recitations. Later it is ex pected that graduate work will be ar ranged, leading to the higher degrees of M. A. and C. E. There are several now men in the faculty. They are: Dr. James K. Powers, President. Dr. George S. Wilkins, Engineering. Dr. W. B. Snfl,,ld, Greek. Dr. John Y, Graham, Biology, and Judge W. S. Thorington, Dean of the Law Department. All in all, it is doubtful if the Uni versity of Alabama ever had a stronger faeulty in ...

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. — 17 September 1897

LoUISIANA POPULIST. -I - Bubcrliption $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price 5 V OL. IV. NATCHITOCHES, LA., SEPTEMBER 17, 1897. NO rDEFINITION OF MONEY 8HOWINQ IT A CREATION OF LAW, Odd Is the Money of the Beaondholders -la Times of Great Emergeneies Meth Metals Diappear--Ten Times More Debt Than Money. What is money? A creation of law. Would either gold or silver be money if there were no law making them such? No; they would no more be money than lead, iron, paper, or any other commodity, If neither gold nor silver were used as money in any part of the world, asks the Silver Knight-Watchman, would they be worth the same as they are now? No; neither of them would be worth five per cent of their present value. With fifty years of supply on hand the de nand for them for other purposes would not make them worth ten Cents a pound avoirdupois. What does the stamp on gold or sliver or paper which passes as money salggfy? It signifies the will of the sovere...

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. — 17 September 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. , NT'EED AT THE NATCHITOCIUES POST (OFFICE AS ECONDI.CLASS MATTERt. 1l PU1LISHED EVEY FRIDAY MOP.~~ING. If. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. IT 1W. H. AREAlX, - - - Publisher. c4 SUBSCRIPTIOi--OnA 'ar..............$1 00 Cl Six Month.................. si "* Fonr Months ......... 40 FRIDAY, September 17, 1897. tl The middle-of-tho-roader is the 1N vidette of the army of political re- tl form. tl W~hat the "fatineo detail" is to the army, the Populists are to fi peaceful progress. They go ahead C. and open the way for others to fol- r low. Harry Tracy says the two old 1+ parties have seven principles : tl five loaves and two fishes. Populism has proven itself the tl school master of the ninetenth con- r ttry political science. Democrats pay an unwilling trib ute to Populist brains every time f they open their mouths to defend t their party platform. t First the lawyers tried, and nqow the Democratic editors are to meet A and ix up 'a constitution. They 1 1::want to head off...

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. — 17 September 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDiY, 4eptember 17, 1897. ClnurDl Services. S(rvicee at th Methodist church eve ry First and Third Sunday at 11 a. mn.. a nd ':30 p. m., by the Pastor. J. C. Sligh. Prayer meetingevery Wednes day night at. 7;30 p. m. BAPTISTr-M. E. Weaver, pastor. Reg nlar service-s. second and fonrth Sundays, 11 a mi., and R. p. m ; Snnday School, 10 a. m.; Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m All invited. Lodges. Phwnix Todce No. 38, A. F. & A. If. ', T. (ballion. W. M.: .T. C. Tricheljr., Sec. Meets first and third Wedndeadays, at 7 p. tm. Castle Hall No. 29, Knights of Pythias --J. E. Breda, C. C!.; Adolph L'Herisson, . K. of R. S. Meets' second awd fourth Thursdays, att 8 p. Im. One Fare. The Texas and Pacific, the Wat kins and the Natchitoches and. R. R. V. railroads will sell on September 21st, 22nd and 23rd, ROUND TRIP tickets to the (ireat Populist Camp meeting here fnr ONE FARE, holding good for return until Mon (lay, 27th. The V. S. and P.. the H. C. A. and N., the...

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. — 17 September 1897

WVashlang a Fine Art. Sver since spinning was a typ' of woman ly industry, from age to age it has been expected that beautiful apparel should olothe women. To keep dainty belongings In good order it is ne~essary to have them properly laundered. 'This is especially true n the laundering of pretty summer gowus, which is now quite a fine art. To do the work properly, fill a tub two-thirds full of warm water, dissolve the fourth of It cake of Ivory Soap twhich will not fade the most delicate colors), add it to the water: wash the articles through it, rinse first in clear and then in blue water; wring, dip in thin starch, shake out and hang on the line in the shade. When dry, sprinkle and iron. (Gowns thus laundered will retsal their freshness the entire season. ELIza R. Psau,. QUAINT AND CURIOUS. Morocco poli,~men carry lanterns. Russia boasts of paper railroad rails Silver horseshoes are made in Vienna Austria. Russians make a pleasant drini from sap of the walnut. A New York man was a...

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. — 24 September 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. 8nbecriptipn $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. OL. IV NATITOE, LA. SEPTEMBER 24 1897 t!USKIN'S BELIEFS. iSLATIONS OP GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE. Freir Duty of Government Is to ke that the People Have Food, Puel made Clothes--8lteem Finaolples of Cltllsauton. The following sixteen principles of government were founded by John iuskin, tha philosopher and thinker: 1. Any form of government will Work, provided the governors are real, and the ipeople obey them; and none Will work, if the governors are unreal, or the people disobedient. If you mean to have logs for kings, no quantity in liberty in choice of wood will be of any profit to you; nor will the wisest or best governor be able to serve you, if you mean to discuss his orders instead of obeying them. g. The first duty of government is to see that the people have food, fuel, and clothes. The second, that they have means of moral and intellectual education. 3. Food, fuel, and clothes can...

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. — 24 September 1897

LOUISIANA IOPULIST. INTERED AT THE NATCHITOCHF.S POST. V OFFICE AS SECOND*CLASS MATTER. Ol PTBT.ISHED) EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. vi H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. iH. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. c th SUBSCRIPTION--)ne Year....................100 10 " Six Mouths........... ... 50 5 0 " Four Months.............. 40 m mi FRIDAY, September 24, x897. lii We need more money in circula tion, then we need something that will keep the big corporations from m robbing us. An increase of rates rn on freight of one cent per 100 lbs. makes a large sum in the course of a year and the small increase does not attract much attention, so this sn "little at a time" jrocess Is used to er rob the people. w Phanor Porcupine Breazeale i warned us that we would get hurt P' for doing this, but in the face of tb great danger we do it only to em fr phasize the fact that though he e, may have the parish politically in in his vest pocket he doesn't yet own the Populist, but we don't m know how soon he and the quaran tin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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