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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 24 December 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. 8ubscrlption $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price VOL. IV. NATCHITOCHES, LA., DECEMBER 24. 1897. NO BROADSIDE SHOTS. QUESTIONS SUGGESTED BY BRYAN'S SPEECHES. The Kind of Firing That Will Sink the the Bepublican Ship Next Year-The Party of Hanna in a Bad Box-Gold Caanot Win. 1. The United States adopted bi metallism in 1792 and continued it un til 1873-eighty-one years-during which time no party ever condemned 51metallism in a national convention. Has any other financial policy been so universally commended? 2. The United States adopted the gold standard in 1873, without any na tional party asking to have the change made. Has congress ever made any other change approaching this in the im portance without the people demand ing it through some party? 3. The gold standard was main tained in the United States froun 1873 to 1896, during which time no party commended it in a national conven !ion. Has the United States ever. endured any...

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 December 1897

LUSIAA N POPULIST. E~T'PI~RED AT TIHE NATCHITOCIlES POST. OFFIOI AS $ECINDC.(LASS MATTER. kUIBLSHEI) EVE::Y FI:IDAY 31OINN;G. If. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Pullislr. SITBSCRIPTION--One car .................$1 00 " Six Months.............. 50 " olur Motths ............. 4! FRIDAY, December 24, 1897. PEOPLES PARTY TICKET. For Members in the Constitu tional Convention from Natchito ches Parish S. E. RUSS, Sn., 'arnd 5. E. J. GAMBLE, Warld 4. Delegates at Large. 1st District-C. W. Keating, A E. Livaudais. 2nd District-F. N. Wicker, Wnm. Adler. 3rd District-R. D. Wilde. 4th District--A. T. Wimberly. 5th District--Alick Smith. 8th District-B. H. Peabody, Jo seph Gazin. 7th District-O. V. Wanner. 8th Diet ict-J. A. Thornton, 9th District--C. B. Darrell, Clay Knoblock. 10th District--I. J. Mills, W. D. (ooch. 11th District--R. A. Pomerov. 12th Dietrit--J. H. Humble, J. W. Young. 18th District-J. H. Ryland. 14th District-W. J. Beban. S 15th Distriot--C. C. Duson. 10th Dist...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 24 December 1897

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION 10c. 25c. 5c. ALL DRUGGISTS. ý ý'pý7~3050o p 0'p e LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, December 94, 1897. Christmas Is Here. Before this issue reaches all our readers Christmas will be with them. We wish all of our peo ple a happy time, yet we know that there are very many in this broad land of ours who, instead of pleasure, will have sorrow. It should not he so. Every one should be able to enjoy one glad and happy holiday during the year, and this one day has been set aside for ages as a day every one should enjoy. We should do all in our power to add to the pleas;lres of those who are connected with us, and by so doing we will add to our own happiness. We should do all we can to make the little folks very happy on Christmas, for the day is usually one of the land marks in the lifetime, and it should be made i to appear as bright as possible. Most of us can look back over our lives and every Christmas of our ui childhood stands out as a bright P spot in ou...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 24 December 1897

Glass Bangles. ,*oth Ilindoo and Mussulman women wear glass bangles, and in the North west Provinces they are regarded as sacred objects. If a glass bangle be ac cidentally broken, Its pieces must be gathered together and kissed three times. Every Hlindoo woman wears these ornaments until her husband dies, when she breaks them with a brick or a stone, and substitute gold or sillver ones, the sign in the north of India that the wearer is a widow. Phus it id that the demand for glass Dangles is never-failing. Oldest German Newspaper. The Magdeburg Gazette, probably the oldest newspaper in Germany, last month celebrated its 250th anniver sary. It is still conducted by represen latives of the Faber family, which founded it in 1647, Just at the close of the Thirty Years' War. The present heads of the venerable Journalistic dy nasty are the two brothers, Robert and Alexander Faber, perpetuating a line almost a century and a half older than that which rules over the London Times, the great...

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. — 31 December 1897

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subseription $1.00 Per Year. , There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price 'VOL. IV NATCHITOCHES, LA., DECEMBER 31. 1897. N NO BRIGIHT OUTLOOK. MARKETS AGAIN NEAR THE COLLAPSING POINT. A Bsamptlon of the Gold Standard Tendency to Lower and Lower Prlees and Closing Factories Pre dieted. The regular gold basis program of constantly reducing prices and harder and harder times having been varied by better prices for wheat, the im provement, though slight, was at once felt throughout the country, thus prov ing the Populist proposition, that the farmer is the basis of the market, and that no class, except a small class of mlonopollsts, can be prosperous unless the farmer is prosperous. But the wheat crop has been sold and the money spent. What of the future? Everything indicates another disas trous run of gold standard low prices, with closing factories and foreclosed farms. Wharton Barker says: There Is no reason to look for an increased demand or better ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 31 December 1897

LOUISIANA OPULIST.!" }'I'ERED AT TIHE NATCHITOCHES POST oFFT('E AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. G PUBIJSHED EVERY FRIDAY MO.MNIG. fl -- -tl ii. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. of SUBsCRIPTroN--One 'ear.................$1 00 t " ix Months......... . 50 C8 I" Fonr Moliths.............. 40 FRIDAY, December 3x, 1897. 0 PEOPLES PARTY TICKET. pi For Members in the Constitu tional Convention from Natchito- fe ches Parish : S. E. RUSS, SR., tt V% ar(c 5. in E. J. GAMBLE, c4 d. Ward 4. Delegates at Large. 1st District--. W. Keatin ý, Ale E. Livaudais. 2nd District-F. N. Wicker, Wmi. p Adler. hi 3rd District-R. D. Wilde. fe 4th District-A. T. Wimberly. 5th District-Alick Smith. 6th District-P. H. Peabody, Jo- E seph Gazin. ?th District-O. V. Waogner. oi 8th Dist ict-J. A. Thornton. , 9th District-C. B. Darrell, Clay Knoblock. 10th District-I. J. Mills, W. D. ft Gooch. 11th District-R. A. Pomeroyv. a 12th District-J. H. Humble, J. W. Young. 18th District-J. H. Ryland. 14th Dist...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 31 December 1897

nvAaºs CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION SALLDRUGGISTS. 25DRUGGISS., ; LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, December 31, 1997. To-morrow is New Year's. Don't forget to write it "1898." Lost Horse. A small pony mare, 5 years old, dark bay color, well broke and gen tie, little shy about catching, stray ed off from my residence in Natch. itoches the day before Christmas. Any one who will find and return her will be paid for his trouble. Got her about Lanmberttowu, this parish. H. L. BRIAN. Tioga Council, American Legion of Honor, elected the following of fieers for the year 1898: Commander, H. 31. HIyams ; Vice Commander, H. M. Levy; Orator, a M. B. Carver; Secretary, J. A. 9 Ducournla, Jr.; Collector, IS. S. Calves; Treasurer, Jos. Kaflie; Chaplain, L. Caspari; Guide, L. Levy; Warden, J. 0. Keyser; Sen- d try; S. Winbarg. Medical Examiners, Dr. J. S. c Stephens; Alternate, Dr. J. H. S Prothro; Trustees, G. L. Trichel, L. Caspari. ti Since the organization of this dr Council, Nov. 1883, the ord...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 31 December 1897

Uncle Sam Behind. It is strange that while this country is so far advanced in electric railways it should be behind Europe in the pneu matic tube system of transmitting mes sages and small packages. Some of the large cities in Europe, such as Lon don, Birmingham, Paris and Berlin, have been provided with pneumatic tubes for messages for forty years, and they carry an immense business. "You men are a covet-us set," said a young lady. Rainmakers in this country have been apparently inactive this season, but a drought would have revived in terest in their plans and theories. In Europe their experiments have attract ed more attention, Germany offers a reward of $2,500 to any one who can produce a downpour of rain at moder ate expense. It is suggested that in ventors in this line should also discover how to stop excessive rains, with re sulting floods. The favorite devices for rainmaking thus far are cannon ex plosives, balloons that burst at an ele vation, compressed gasses and electric...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 7 January 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. absecription $1.00 Per Year. There i N There is No ree Country, Vnless the PeopleP Rule. rCe VOL. IV ----_ NATCHITOCHES, LA., JANUARY 7, 1898. NO GREED OF ENGLAND. JULININC CIVILIZATION WITH GOLD STANDARD. 'Bow She Has Become the "Arbiter of -atlons"--Absorbs the Wealth and the Vltality of All Who Trade with ear--Casat Sook Avery' Summing Up. Leat June while the people of Eng land were preparing to celebrate the Queen's jubilee, that leader of Amer ican snob journals said the words quoted below. Whereupon Susan Sook Avery, wrote a' stinging answer which also appears below: "No fact of contemporaneous history to better known perhaps than the mar 'velous growth and expansion of the British empire during the last sixty years. It is not the circumstance that a single monarch has reigned for sixty " years that is so wonderful, nor even that she has done so without for a 'day losing the enthusiastic regard and sympathy of her people; but it is that during her reign .a ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 7 January 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. IN'TEI:IED AT THE NATCHITOCHES POST OFFI'PE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PTrBLIHEI) EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. lH. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - Publisher. SUBSCRIPON-One Year.............. ..... $1 0 t" Ix Month.............. 50 " Four Mon th........... 40 FRIDAY, January 7, z898. PEOPLES PARTY TICKET. For Members in the Constitu tional Convention from Natchito ches Parish : S. E. RUSS, SR., Hard 5. E. J. GAMBLE, Ward 4. Delegates at Large. 1st Distriet--C. W. Keating, A E. Livaudais. 2nd District-F. N. Wicker, Win. Adler. 3rd District-R. D. Wilde. 4th District-A. T. Wimberly. 5th District--Alick Smith. 8th District-B. H. Peatody, Jo seph Gazin. 7th District-O-. V. Wagner. 8th Dist ict---J. A. Thornton. 9th District-C. B. Darrell, Clay Knoblock. 10th Distriet-I. J. Mills, W. D. Gooch. 11th District-R. A. Pomeroy. '1th District-J. H. Humble, J. W. Young. 18th District-J. H. Ryland. 14th District--W. J. Behan. 15th District-C. C. Duson. 16th District-Jos. T. How...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 7 January 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION IOc. c. 0c ALL DRUGGISTS. LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, January 7T 1898. The Police Jury met in regular session Monday, and closed their labors Wednesday evening. Petitions asking for an election in wards I and 4 to vote a 5-mill tax in aid of the Monroe and Natchitoches railway, also for an election in wards 3 and 4, to vote similar tax in aid of the Eden. borne railway from Coushatta to St. Maurice, were presented and same granted. The Police Jury then voted I mill of the regular 10 mill parish tax for 20 years to aid the Monroe I and Natchitoches railway in con- I structing a railroad, foot and wag- . on bridge across Red river at Grand E Ecore. This guarantees to us the Mon- c roe road, and doubtless one or two t other roads, besides the great ad- i. vantages of local travel to and c from this city. This is one of the grandest p achievements for the material prog- h reass and development of our par- p Ish that our Police Jury has ever sý given us,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 7 January 1898

News of the failure of the crop In a large part of the European wheat belt and also in Argentina and other parts of the South American wheat produc ing section is the first piece or good for tune the American farmer has had for years. His season has been all that could be asked for and his yield is bountiful. One recognized European authority estimated the shortage a month ago at 144,000,000 bushels of wheat. Since then he has learned of the failure of the crop in Russia, India and Argentina, and has more than dou bled his estimate. - Rc iLIAminoiTh Gun Casting. 0 The largest gun casting ever made in So this country was cast at the ordnance department of the Beth!ehem Iron pa Company Thursday morning. The er casting is for the tube of a sixteen-inch er gun for the United States Government. St It is nineteen feet six inches long, re octagonal in shape and seventy-four th inches in diameter. in More than 100 gross tons, of metal were used in its manufacture. Three furnaces, two of for...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 14 January 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. SThere is No Free Country,. Unless the People Rule. Price Cen VOL. IV I I --- . NATOCITOCHES, LA., JANUARY 14. 18980 N BENJAMIN FRANKLINrto been framed to esta;blish a me- PRO d i u m o f t r a d e . n i in ! i n i i i ,.  a . . . . O . IPR O P v . I Ir e v e r - - . . . . - - - - .. _ . . BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. WAS AN INFLATIONIST AND A SFIATIST. rherefore le Was Obnoxious to the Money Lords and Inciplent Aristo crats of the Colony of Pennsylvania- Some of His Wise Writings. America's great philosopher, Benja min Franklin, understood the money question as well is he understood most other questions. In the colony of Pennsylvania the people had a fight on their hands (as in all periods) with the moneyed classes in regard to the volume of currency, and Ben Franklin led the people's fight. Dr. Franklin, in his Autobiography, Lippincott's edition: page 199, says: "About this time (1729) there vas a cry among the people for more paper money, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 14 January 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. AT--- T-H ---- TI BNTERED AT TiRE NATCHITOCHES POST- Iit OFFICE AS SECOND'-CLASS MATTER. PULRUSHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. ger IH. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. ever W. H. AREAUX, - - - Pulioher. law 3UBSCRIPTION-One Year................. 1 00 " ix Montlhs.............. 50 C . " Four Months............. 40 FRIDAY, January 14, 1898. twis rm civil 2000 white voters in this parish cow disfranchised, either by fraud, force tion or disgust. Can the Constitution- T1 al convention do more? froi ------ whi< The vicious doctrines of the reOC Populists have not been permitted of a to gain a foothold here, and life in will be tolerable to the Enterprise. g Lees than 15000 votes were poll- to ed in the city of New Orleans, out where there are 60,000 voters, yet PW the constitution, which the 15 make it will not be submitted back to the ma 60. _____ tur The Enterprise and its candidates him certainly didn't know that the tick- E et was to be doctored in their inter- Cal est as it wa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 14 January 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION loc. ALL 25c. 50c DRUGGISTS. LOUISIANA POPULIST. (*FRIDAY, January 14, 1898. There were more Populists votes refused to register, and then refu sed to vote after they did register, than was cast in this election in this parish. We are glad to know that they didn't vote the Demo cratic ticket, for perhaps some time or other they will get tired of the present order of things and de cide to change. Quite as few Populists voted the Democratic as did Democrats vote the Populist ticket. Oh, there's two parties in this parish, and 'the lines are well drawn. 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 motion this paper. This book i is published by the celebrated phy sicians and specialists-D)r. Hatha way & Co., of 337 St. Charles St. New Orleans, La., whom you should address. Write to-day. The result of Tuesday's elect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 14 January 1898

Value of Gold Discoverles. California still insists that its new discoveries of gold are more valuable than those of Alaska. Meanwhile Col orado is making a still hunt to lead both. A country curate calling on the great lady of the village introduced his newly married wife as "a poor thing, madam, but mine own;" whereupou the lady, looking upon the curate severely, re plied: "Your wife ought to have intro duced you as a 'poorer thing, but mine owner.' "-Time and the Hour. How to Wasi With ('are. Hard water, strong lye, or inferior laundlry 3a:1 ar. responsible for the yellow clothes sa.- .,i many households. To wash properly, till a tub nearly full of hot water, put the white clothes In first, with Ivory Soap, scA.ld. rinse and starch, When dry, sprinkle and fold down over night and iron carefully. Euzx H. PARKER. Dr. Dozier, whose ad. appears in another column, has had years of experience as a specialist, and by faithfully carrt ing out his contracts has the cream of the practice i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 21 January 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price 5 VOL. IV. NATCHITOCHES, LA:, A N U ARY 21, 1898. N. LOVING WORDS. '"Loving words will cost but little, When the cares .f life are many, Journleying up the hill of life, And its burdens heavy grow, But they make the weak and weary For the ones who walk beside you, Str~nagj, braver for the strife. If you love them tell them so. Do ou count them only trilhes? What you count of little value wat to earth are sun andv rain? Has an almost magic power, Never was a kind word wasted. And beneath their cheering sunshine. Never one was said in vain. Hearts will blossom like a flower." BOX FIFTY-TWO. BY ROBERT W. 8ISE. This is the story Sam Merrow of the World told me one morning at a quarter of four, as we were walking optown after having put the paper to bed. If any other man had told it I should have simply said that it was a lie, but as I have never known 3am to.lie about anything I give...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 21 January 1898

IOUISIANA POPULIST. .NTE:rEPI AT THEI NATHIIITOCHRS POST. OFFPLfE AS SECONI).CLAS4S MATTER. PUBI SHEI) EVEI'Y FRIDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - Editor. W. H. AREAIUX, - ublisher. B5IBSCRIPTION-- One Year .................$1 00 SI x Moont,.............. 50S S Fomr Months ............. 40 FRIDAY, January 21, x898. THE NEW RAILROAD. Three Parishes a Unit in Favor of Building It. Mr. II. L. Brian of Natchitoches, eime to Monroe yesterday in the interest of the Monroe and Natch itoches railrotd. In the course of a talk with a reporter for the Star, Mr. Brian said the people of wards one and four of his parish, were most enthusistlc in their advoca cy of the building of the road. The police jury has ordered an election in those wards on the 23rd of Feb ruary, and the five will tax to run for ten years wiil be voted beyond the shadow of a doubt. The assessed valuation of the property in the two wards is about $1,600,000, and the tax thereon would proadce $80,000, not taking into considerati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 21 January 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION SOc. ALL oA25c. 5. DRUGGISTS. LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, January SI, 1898. In the days when we were boys and girls the songs of the sweet singers were of melody and har mony. Then the end man when the old plantation "breakdown" made us almost wish we could join the festivities. In by-gone days the size of the company cut no flgure, it was the ability to please that counted. The Richards & Pringlea Famous Georgians in Mighty Union with Rusco & Hol land's Operatic Minstrels will be a pleabant relief to the theatre pat. rons. The company is composed I of genuine negro performers, who are picked artists, and the press everywhere speaks of them in the highest terms. Will appear at the ] Opera House Wednesday, January i 26th. t Any Person I Wishing to know the truth in re- t gard to their health should not fail | to send for a valuable and new 64-  page Booklet which will be sent t' FREE for a short time to those ' who metion this paper. This bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 21 January 1898

'A poor m-iner in 1ensylviYhla is said to have fallen heir to $75,000 by the death of an uncle who came to him In the disguise of a tramp and was kindly received. This story reads as though it had been written by some William Whiskers with a fancy for tales of imagination and a desire to have his kind treated well by those whom they would in the future solicit for "handouts." The first thing the women will do when they get into power will be to enact a law compelling a roan to love only one woman at a time. Ant Pie. Savages, we know, indulge in such luxuries as grubs and locusts, but for a civilized white man to finish up his din ner with a dish of raw ants seems too nasty to be credible. Yet in Mexico it is the custom-and a custom adopted' by plenty of colonists and visitors. The ant eaten is called the honiey ant, and is perhaps as curious an insect as lives. With a tiny head and legs, it has a huge body as big as a large pea, and this is yellow and swollen with excel lent honey....

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