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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 19 November 1897

SLOUISIANA POPULIST1 a There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Pri . V. NATCHITOCHES, LA., NOVEMBER 19. 1897. 1Rfl fAN & K1W'I:Tb! TTQP1 I auntiE WM' tuin.A) fnwhl a.'a. 'n1. ern e*rwr uew -n r -. - :-----1 FED ON A RIILE DIET. A GOVERNMENT BY INJUNC-0 TION OBJECT LESSON. IbUe bletltseat Ualvrunslly Condem-ns elm Maawot UnarmedN4 M~I s st Esttome, Pemuupsga, otl t Pbe Oi, 1s-..y. o 4 'he fearful slaughter of unarmne dlnerg, who shad crested no disturb lice, but had simply exerelsed their cIn titugloal right two wlk upo, thae '"eprnpsles," ays W. J. bry n, "thee dangers and evils of government by in-j Sunction." &liis the general senti meat, also, of the reform press, while. with a udilemp*cyLp tb C ratac 'ress d4c;aot dare tp def ea ac ticn ot he ocere, who, aeve elenl, Were sampl4y calelnal dlclal order which met with the full approval of :. .T'he newspaper accounts agree that the men'8 whptw y det1 nd injury h ad no .t o i weao4 tever. hoone , shotw ` ~1y tresm ...

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. — 19 November 1897

rýR D AAT T tRh NATCmTOCRIS POST. "" w ASO SCOND-CLIASS MATTER . c U rvnERT r '1ID&AY MOmAIno. i:-. L. L. BRIAN, - - Alitor. W. H. AREIUX, - . Publlshar. .. . I O N1PZO -fn Ouths ...................... oM . s............ PRIDAY, November ig, 1897. -- ., .. . -- - .. PEOPLES PARTY TICKET. For Members in the Constitu tional Convention from Natchito os Pariah :: S. E. RUSS, Sn., Ward 5. E. J. GAMBLE, SWard 4. Platetrm. We favor a poll tax qualification fr suffrage, hot to exceed two: dolhrs, and that said poll tax re ftfor a years past bethe vo -'ses regisetration papers. .W*asroppe sd to the one-man- i o r.. muu m i the elections of State a now authorized by 1 4 u.ihlne It to ha the soer aslilted. We aer the t 8of Registrars, upervl. i . uI ora and all other1 r, pby tle people di i their appoointment by Ionr who air themselves to the applat- t loar Statesovernment, t Ith eletioes of al s SupesreCourt down I of the. Parish School a Jthudciaryo our itif spooz i and $ in re~ts t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 19 November 1897

U IA1NA OmaTT. -ý ,, Nteu . ,,,asi. Ch h se srveee.. Swvis et the Methodist euro beve ed at 11 a. in.. •_ i a,, l'dM-. J. C. s , flb9-.. L. Weaer, pestr. eor nine eulesw, seensaai afourth 8nndl 11a s ., ad S. p. m; Sunday School, 10 *a !. meeta, Wednd*Jy, 8 p: Peanmi Lode No. 38,A. F. & A. M.- Z, T. tllisa, W.M. J.: C. Trlohel Jr., 8ee. Meets it sad third Wedandedays, at 7 - at.le Nl No.38, Knights of Pythias -J. . fU~d, C. (.; Adolph UHefiIson, .. f . . et second and fourth Thursdays, at 8 . REGISTER. Our pipsr which had been sde layed by the quarantine, eame p1. ing in this week, and we nw lbarve mor paperp than money. )i8 C. SHEPPARD has a ar.'uli ofl d Velvets in all " Cae suitable for dress trim. , .. flta. wih. we have lost $8 a Sosnellst of the quaa". . be smade Kood to our sub. . I ;'· our'advertis rs, I mil started again autemanager, M or. ter ' " :ew oth .. th11. ; LT, I TAKE NOTICE. -- From this date I sell Shoes, Dry 9 Goods and Notions, at actual cost. __ This...

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. — 19 November 1897

Si er," aid the gentleman th the bald w'g, "how al the world t, went to Chicage four yars ago?'" "I o," answered the gent eman lo 1e pergreen whiskers, Well, now, all the world bas gone i to Wbeilmg."-Clbctnnatl Inquirer. A Pitiful Caoe. "You are an orphan, you say?" said I Mr. spokes to an applicant for aid. "Ye , sir." "How loqg have you been an or phin? " , am an orphan by birth, sir."-I-zx change. A Frenchwoman has invented a hone blcyele exerciser consistlng of a bass e·tpooa tje.floor with two uprigla ýpop6us gae for the handle bare and the *the for the pedals, the latter beini connected to a shaft carrying a sprock at wheel, which is geared to a brak ' mechanism to make the work bardn o isy, as deseh'd, a speed indicator be le attached to the handle bar. RWant Buss Protected. TFor some time past British entomolo. ,har bug-humters, hare been ier ý or the erstPandatlon of certain .nasectb in moeqenee of the zeal of the eollectoes, who roam over the !ountry a with butterSy ne...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 26 November 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. beription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule Price 5 VOL. IV. NATCHITOCHES, LA., NOVEMBER 26. 1897. NO MB. GAGE'S MISTAKE. TAKEN TO TASK BY A STUDENT OF FINANCE. h Seesetary of the Treasury Is Ua deoubedl a Skilful Mony-Charnger 'bae I Ig asant of the eloeaee of "Yeasy. It stands to reason that a bimetallic standard Would give a nearer approach to stability, and hence honesty, in the future than a standard based on mld alone, for the average fluctuations of two ommodities is likely to be less ex : ree the fluctuations of one. But, - we have said, a measure of value.of tr1cet invariableness in purchasbg nwer, and hence of honesty, is ndt'to * .tleus obtained. Such IfnviableaSO be secured until the volum.of y Is regulated by its purchainS oer until it i Increased Just as an u : e is shown to be needed by a uh~:ydt Of prices to .falland provision . made for decreasing the volume of "#)rNey If a spirit of inflation is svi esd by a te...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 26 November 1897

1 $1I " SIONDM .m..... ... an . . nn, * - - F diaor. c ri V. "A A . AU, IPnbliher. ad gIsnaOner.AiOnW Tsr............... 4 O a* as e....t........... S peN . zar a .............. * FAY, Novem.ber 46, x8g7. i _ _ _ _ in OPLES8 PARTY TICKET. D For Members in the Constita- ha, 'Ioasi Convention from Natchito- tai : º'arishb of S. E. RUSS, Sn., p Ward 5. su< --- re ' E. J. GAMBLE, in1 SWard 4. se tie We favor a poll t qualification sfdtrage, not to exceed two t sand such other restric Swill establish good gov brgedbS don ltilligee and mi to the one-man a the .elections of t s new tatborized by atof eMle itto be the moree "a_ warruption I whis har w omemoi ! We .fvr the nr tpm, di *_ P ý of ao- a (Qurtdown P1 . rish School P' _._bae Ounr s1tate Ticket. do Our views on the action of the People's party State convention w and the ticket named are given in an interview with a Times-l)emo. crat reporter immediately after the adjournment of the convention. We reproduce them as they ap- he p...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 26 November 1897

CANDY CATHARTKIC CURE CONSTIPATION ALL DRUGGISTS. ___ IOISIAUNA POPULtST. P ,AYv, l vember *1, 1s7,. At the election held in this wardn (1) and city on the 18th inst., a 5 mill tax for 10 years was voted is bothward ad d oity, to the Welch railroad by an overwhelming ma. jora'h. Now it the other wards throuh which it proposes to run wll dldd'ewlse, we shall set this roa nd aodoubt the one to Mon .re. Everything pretty and new in the Noton line, such as Handker hie*t,' delft, Falinators, Feather BI S&hawls, lBaby Saeques and 'Hoods he tband at Mrs. C. SRePPARI$, - . - a. .fi o vacation .;` , t d i vastion prolonged 1 :M yit mSonsths by the general qersatione s the 8tate. The at- ( siam:  .ions n 'exaellJent, be- 4 waeul eea l b -o the first day to mI iis Thise will be a iraul ide's for .i IIe I sTop, x biý :.:gE~Pbi01 "A Thoroughbred." An encouraging house greeted "". the first appearance of the "Thor oughbred C'ompany" here Satur ward day eveping; encouraging in a financial wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 26 November 1897

:. athtled to the dithunctlo t being the best place for criminal in the hiltd. States. The cause o0 this Ss the Iiodtieency of our courts of justice. Crames are not punished -ld men are taprione, but they ltv, bettetb jail than outsidale. Al birds h hi cae sta g and grow fat, so these met !-, the fiddle aad chew tobacco, an v- a good time at the people's ex pOIeaa-Tampa News We do not admire everything Cupid e9 dous, but there is no denying his good n aste and sense In dressing. k Sound Blindnes. We have all heard often enough of A dolor blidness. Many people, although they possesess perfect eyesight for read. h lag or seeing long diltances, yet can't tl feo the l of them dictinguish green h Snd aud,'mad many other pairs of colors. 8 Lasiy it bas been found that some suf- Q sidr aem an exactly similar affection of b the hwlag powers-that Is, an Inabtl- u 1iy to distinguish partlular shades of t "saoe aris2ag from some obscure af theitlo of the ear, yet quite distinct t uresdealne...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 3 December 1897

a Lcription $1.00 Per YearPOPUL ''I p .oo Per Yar. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price 5 C VOL. INV. A NATCITOCES LA., DECEMBER 31897. NO THE DAY WE GAT'HERED GOLDENROD, And the first coherent RAinne ~eJ c wr r - _ 1 THE DAY WE CATHERED GOLDENROD. ' l". arrow.dpolnvs. Wild brambles trailed a thorny web; Yes uarli a leaves were shak deep, The sumach's lighthouse towered high; WAhnd drlif len a pungent heap do And damsn plums made purple spots a e ale uet f e In orehards that we wandered by, Sfai a filem pell asleep A light was in the autumn sky ; S Z adlte the horI l w-p A warmth was in the autumn god; he day we r a Deep autumn turquois tip ed the heights, e . e day we gathered oldenrod. oul the air. in psing by Our ways have somehow sli pped apart A risk of gathered corl we heard 8inoe then and you would think t strange Sh est plder's startled flight The trifles of one idle day S a o bede through eve bitter change SIomeaLib and lngring autumn bird lnd follow me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 3 December 1897

t'UmD AT THE SATVmITOCHES POST. sue ormcvte s saco1i.cLAS8 xATTE. to p ' aLiSUD $EX1 FRIDAY MOlhING. Ir80 I. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. the W1. I. A.FAUX, - - - Publinher. a pc tOSJRIPTIOx-Oone reer............$·50...e o Six Month.................. 0 fr Pour Months.............. 40 fo pRI AY, December g, i8g7'. I PEOPLES PARTY TICKET. fort For Members in the Constitn- all :tioal Cobvention from Natchito- sup Shes Parish: tion S. E. RUSS., s., gov Ward 5. will thoe E. J, GAMBLE, thel t,,." W ard 4. afti - dial i.! tlit state Conuventon tro' , st.esel -sa za. hay * the t Nominees and Platform Prais gro ed by Their Opponents. me - .Democrat. Pe Pp pralist State, convention a ionanza vein. Papers of law iiade of politics are com- biti t Its nominees and its ple Here, for example, is r bian Terrebonne Times: iOnB' are men of un ability and standing in goi from whence they are hot -'he convoentioi has done see seleetioti based al- ar laot the ,well-known '' euaervative tenden. nis Sgentlem...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 3 December 1897

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION Gk. ALL 2k, . DRUGGISTS. ms LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, December 8, 1897. Register Popelist. You have.;until..December 23rd, is which to register by coming here to Ithe Courthouse. Every white man can register if he half tries, and if he doesn't' he will be elassed with the _ "nigfers and in competents." TAKE NOTICE. From this date I sell Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, at actual oost. This is no fake, I wish to sell strictly groceries in future, and most dispose of the dry goods. Ma K. HOLSTON. Nov. 19--3t. +;1afaminy a~prrieseehoouern. is seem bringing thrifty white peo. S tletao the ;hills to: our!lalavial lad dit tie vaney. 2bhe Steamer Des Arc, Capt. " ' n., g will soon be hustling up. Sado the river frf oottoueed *r ithe Marco Mills of this city 1 early evry planter on Bed rivlr 1 Wei4l els-wg the best for need I I;r t truth in r a i LI4twei > .q ~' 4Web Hd TI Died: In this parish, 6 miles West of the city of Natchitoches, on Oct. 28th, 1897...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 3 December 1897

A Woma'S Psayer, ] e d, thou knowe4t every need of mine, (elp me to bear eaol cross and not repine; a-nt me fresh courage every day, elp ame to do my work alway Without complaint! )Lord, Thou knowest well how dark the wuide Thou my footsteps, lest they stray; 3ive me fresh strength for every hour, pest I should ever doubt Thy power, " And make oomplaint! ilve me a heart, O Lord, strong to endure, lelp me to keep it simple, pure; lake me unselfish, helpful, true n every act, whate'er I do, And keep oontent! lelp me to do my woman's share, sake me courageous, strong to bear sunshlne or shadow in my life; Instain me in the daily strife To keep content! -AnnB. Baldwin, in Ladies' Bome Journal. Mistress of the Robes. The Duchess of Bucolench, who is "mistress of the robes" for Queen Victoria, has precedence of every ether ladyat court, besides receiving $2500 a year salary, and has as her as sistants thirty-nine ladies of rank, all `if whom. are selected from distin dished families, many...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 10 December 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price 5 VOL. IV. NATCHITOCHES, LA, 897 A. -200.00_o0 AT a Comm on or extendinr the mantsr. I l.air l. H, -------- "------ . ..n __ A $200,000,000 DEAL. THE SIZE OF PIERPONT MOR CAN'S LATEST GRAB. Aided by Eleotrielty He Can Steal With Lightning Rapidity and Eventually Control the Entire Railroad Basi a.ee. It recently leaked out that 3. Pier pont Morgan, the New York banker who chiefly shapes the monetary poli cies of the government of the United States as at present constituted, has also suddenly become the greatest rail road king of the age, controlling, through English capital entrusted to him, over 27,000 miles of railway ex tending from the Atlantic to the Pa cific and from New England to the Gulf of Mexico. A deal is now made public whereby Mr. Morgan will clear $200,000,000 per sonally, and incidentally pave his way to the control of all of the railroads of this country. The onl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 10 December 1897

LOUI IANA POPULIST. CNTERED AT THE NATCRITOCHE. POST. d OFFIWE AS SECOND.CLA88 MATTER. a PUILIRED EVERY FRIDAY MOU'ING. o H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. f W. I. AREAUX, - - - Pnublisher. t SUBSCRIPTION-One Year ................. $1 00 " Six Month........... ... 50 n Fonr Menths............. 40 FR p Y, December zo, 1897. r PEOPLES PARTY TICKET. C For Members in the Constitu- c tional Convention from Natchito- t ches Parish : n S. E. RUSS, SR., Ward 5. E. J. GAMBLE, ( Ward 4. f S- - -- ---t: Fast and Loose. If the honest and well intention ed Populists, and the masses of 9 them are of that kind, etc., etc.- d Enterprise. f Do the Populists know what they c wantI--Enterprise. b Our neighbor reminds us of the , Surhin who, in playing with puss, c poked his finger through a knot a Sbole in the wall and the cat prompt- a ly seised it with her sharp claws. Then the boy began begging and e rI. scolding alternately--Kitty, kitty! t ; Poor puss! Seat, you b-oh, you! It is only your vote they want...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 10 December 1897

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION c. ALL 25c.0 DRUGGISTS. -- - -- - . . -. .- . LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, December 10, 1897. Mr. Stanley Tanner says his twins are getting along finely, and the mother is doing well. Register ;before December 23rd' or you will not be a full citizen. Mr. 1. D, Rains, representing Roseborough's Marble Works, will be in town Friday and Saturday. Save your orders for tombstones till you see him. Any Person Wishing to know the truth in re gard to their health should not fail to send for a valuable and new 64 page Booklet which will be sent FREE for a short time to those who metion this paper. This hook is published by the celebrated phy sieians and specialists-Dl)r. Hatha way & Co., of 337 St. Charles St. New Orleans, La., wvhom you should address. Write to-day. Out of Date. Our readers will notice that our date on First page does not corres- 8 pond with date on inside. Our c paper failed to come, and we had a to use some that was shipped us ( during...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 10 December 1897

Battery In His Mout., A gentleman recently suffered from a pain in his tongue, which he could not acicount for, and was afraid of can. cer. After the doctor had said there was nothing the matter with his mouth an ek'ctrical friend discovered that two different metals had been used for fix ing the teeth. These dissimilar metals had the effect of producing an electri cal current in the gentleman's mouth. Tnat Boston man wfo mslstS that there are no angels should not limit his observation exclusively to Boston. Yukon and Klondike Gold W]rla~ Parties intending to visit the Klondike Gold Fields or invest in stock companies operating in that country, are an, ised to get the Cana dian Government Alaskan Boundary Com missioner, Prof. Ogilvie's, Report on the Yu kon and Klondike Gold Fields, before doing so. This is the oflcial report made last spring which so astounded the Canadian Government that they did not publish it till Prof. Ogilvie confirmed it personally on his arrival in Otta wa. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 17 December 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. aubscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, .Unless the People Rule. Price 5 C VOL. IV. NATCHIITOCHES, LA., DECEMBER 17, 1897. NO n - I_ .... . n-i T. "MONEY OLIGARCHY." SILVER REMONETIZATION AND GOVERNMENT BANKING. The People Shoald Control the People's Money-The Present System Is JSne rpt the Most Ingenlous and Powerful Monopolies Ever Devised. By E. E. Ewing. "We hold these truths to be self evident" that the land was designed by the Creator for the use of the people, that money is created by government for the use of the people, and that the first consideration of government is the welfare of the people. We find, however, that both land and money have been monopolized and withheld from free use by the people and that property has been given the first place in the concern of gcvernment. If denied access to the lanm man perishes and must soon become extinct. With out money civilization is impossible, and the human race would remain in a tribal and ba...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 17 December 1897

LOUISIANA FOPULIST. aiTlRED AT TOE NATCHITOCHES POST. OFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBUISRED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. Hf. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. IUBSCRIPTION--One 'ear.................$1 00 " Sx Months............ 50 '" Four Months............. 40 FRIDAY, December i7, 1897. PEOPLES PARTY TICKET. For Members in the Constitu tional Convention from Natchito ohes Parish : S. E. RUSS, Su., Ward 5. E. J. GAMBLE, Ward 4. Platform. We favor a poll tax qualification for suffrage, not to exceed two dollars, and such. other restric tions as will establish good gov ernment based on intilligence and ' white supremacy. I We are opposed to the one-man- E power dominating the elections of t this State as now authorized by law, and believe it to be the source ' of 9-tenths of the corruption in t politics with which our common- I wealth is afflicted. We favor the t ,election of Registrars, Supervi- " sors, Commissioners and all other r election officers, by the people ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 17 December 1897

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION 10. ALL  50" DRUGGISTS. w LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, December 17, 1897. REGISTER--and vote for Russ and Gamble, the best friends the farmers of this parish have ever had. Any Person Wishing to know the truth in re gard to their health should not fail to send for a valuable and new 64 page Booklet which will be sent FREE for a short time to those who metion this paper. This book is published by the celebrated phy sicians and specialists-I)r. Hatha way & Co;, of 337 St. Charles St. New Orleans, La., whom you should address. Write to-day. In place of E. C. Dillon of Sab ine, who resigned the ticket at' large for this district, the conven tion at Alexandria named that sterlinag Populist and worthy citi zen, Mr. A. H. Pierson of this city. 1 CASTORIA For Infants anChildren, The Populists at their Monroe 1 8tate convention showed their broad patriotism and liberality by h naming several Democrats and Su. it gar Republicans on their ticket at a large...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 17 December 1897

"Any fool can write a novel," said Griggle. "You can make things came out just as you want them to." "Very true," replied Dixon, "but you must admit that there are some fools who do not write novel."--Boston Transcript. Where the Boom Bad Died. "It must be awful to be broke away out West." "I didn't find it so. I had a pretty good suit of clothes, so I pretended to be wanting to invest in real estate. Nothing whas too good for me."-In* dianapolis Journal. Hottest Plaoe on Earth. , Three or four districts claim the un. enviable distinction of being the hottest kplace on earth. They are all either alt. hated in deserta or in localities where desert winds are prevalent during a p'ortion of the year. The cities on thq Red Sea, both to the east and west of that body of water, are subject to very high temperatures in summer. At Mas. sowah,when the southwest wind blows, traversing as It does 1,000 miles of arid sand, the heat becomes unendurable, the thermometer during the daytime frequent...

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