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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 28 January 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. $ubscription .1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price nt& VOL. IV NATCIIITOCHES, LA., JANUARY 28. 1898. NO. 21. PROSPERITY'S HUM. STILL A FEW FLIES IN THE OINTMENT. hoere Is Some Flaw In MeKinley's Ap. paratus Which Restrlets the Benefts of the Business Revival to a Small Number. Some people still doubt the truth of the assertion that there has lately been a marked revival of prosperity; but all such persons, it is safe to say, are not manipulators of trusts and mo nopolies, neither have they large sums of money invested in bonds and mort gages. Whenever you hear a man growling about present business and Industrial conditions you may be sure that he is not a millionaire, and there fore his opinions are not worth listen ing to. J. A. Wayland, while not a trust magnate, knows very well that there is a great deal of prosperity in the country, and states what he knows a8 follows: "Prosperity has struck the country. There is no doubt...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 28 January 1898

LOUISIANA P OPULIST. ENTERED AT THE NATCHITOCHES POST. OFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. IS TBSRIPTION-One Year.................1 O of Six Months.............. 50 Four Months............. 40 FRIDAY, January 28, 1898. The taxing power of this coun trv having been surrendered to the moneyed class, goverment has ab dicated to that class and the peo pie's government is at an end. Coming Nation. An exchange says: "What do you think of an artist who painted cobwebs on the ceiling so truthful ly that the hired girl wore herself into an attack of nervous prostra tion trying to sweep them down $" There might have been such an artist, but never such a hired girl. A man in Paris finds a profita ble business in collecting bad debts by stopping at the debtor's with a wagon, around the top of which are these words: "This buggy only stops in front of the houses of people who will not pay their debts." Everybody,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 28 January 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION Tr. D ALL 25c5c. DRUGGISTS. Vm LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, January 98, 1898. The Steamer Des Are made its first trip through Cane river on Monday, and if the river continues rise as it has been rising for the last few days, it will not be long before other large Red river pack etsa ill be able to come through this river. 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-Dl)r. Hatha way & Co., of 337 St. Charles St. New Orleans, La., whom you should address. Write to-day. U~kOCWO21ZaA.. The absence of the editor, who is over in Winn parish, is our ex cuse for the lack of editorial mat ter. Strayed or Stolen. From the City Hotel in Natchi toehes, about 2 weeks ago, one light red brindle Cow, with at year and a half old Jersey heifer...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 28 January 1898

Determined. Old Harding-Well, I guess that young Dabsley's determined to marry our Lib, In spite of everything. Mrs. Harding-Why do you think so, geremiah? Old Harding-Why, you know she sang to him and played the piano night, before last and here he is again! Cleveland Leader. Rubber Necks. Mrs. Church-I believe that new hat of Mrs. Pughe's has turned her head. Church-Not nearly so much as it has other women's.-Up To Date. Comfort Costs 50 'ents. Irritating, aggravating. agonizing Tetter, Eczema, RIingwormn and all other itching skin diseases are quickly cured by the use of 'ret terine. Costs50 centsa box, postpaid-brings comfort at once. Address J. 'T. Shuptrine, BSavannah, Ga. Our Idea of a chump is a man who bas his pibture taken in the act of play ing an tltoharp. How's This ? We offer One Hundred Dollars RewarI for any case of Catarrh that cannot: to cured by ball's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CnsEYr & Co.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Che ney for the last 15 ye...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 February 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. VOL, IV NATCHITOCHES, LA., FEBRUARY 4. 1898. WHAT IS MONEY? rHE TERM AS DEFINED BY MANY AUTHORITIES. The Reader Will Readily Note the Points Wherein the Following Eml nent Hen Differ from Wall Street's Hack Writers. "Money is the medium of exchange. Whatever performs this function, does the work, is money, no matter what it is made of."-Prof. Walker in Political Economy. "Money is simply employed for bar tering, as a ship for carrying. Its 'action is similar to a cart's, it fetches for its owner the things he is in want of."-Prof. Jevons. "The intrinsic value of money was the idea in the days of crude barbar ism. The simplest and most perfect form of money is that which presents nothing but transferable debt, such as paper. It is only when states have reached a high degree of ,civilization that they adopt this perfect form of money."-Rees' Encyclopedia. "'Whatever power there is over t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 February 1898

!OU!SIANA POPULIST. }.'T .;!:vD AT Th:I; ATCliITOCIHES POST. OFFIC(( S ~E ;:';l LASS MATTER. ?UILISIIED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Pnblisher. BUBSCRIPTION--One year........... ... s Bizx Months............. so " Four Months............. 40 FRIDAY, February 4, 1898. Whether Mr. Cleveland was or was not in favor of Hawaiian an nexation is not now a burning is sue. Mr. Cleveland's views on most subjects have been touched by the frosts of innocuous desue tude, as the Baltimore Herald ob serves. Dr. T. J. Tabor has retired from the editorial control of the Banner of Liberty, at Minden. Mr. W, M. Long, Jr., the present publish- I er and proprietor, succeeds him as I editor, and will continue the paper " as a straight populist sheet. Every one who can afford it t should subscribe for the New Time. I The reform movement has never had a publication of equal merit. C The best writers of the age, bill- t liant editorials, striking cartoons, all printed...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 February 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION JG. ALL 25& ý' DRUGGSISTS - ~Z- - --- - -- - --------- - --, LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, February 4, 1898. A Fox Hunt. On Wednesday night last a par ty of sports consisting of Mr. P. C. Rogers, P. E. Lemee, C. E. Roach and others repaired to the woods in the neighborhood of Grand Ecore, to chase foxes. The party had along with them several fine blooded hounds. They , returned about mid-night and re ported having had a great chase, la the trial of the case of P. J. Glilen against the Parish of Natch itoches, which was tried in Alex andria before the United States Court on a claim for damages pre ferred by Gillen in the matter of building the new Courthouse, he was awarded judgment in the sum of $7,700. AMW l? --on Wishing to know the truth in re gard to their health should not fail to send for a valuable and new 64 pase Booklet which will be sent FREE for a short time to those who metion this paper. This book is published by the celebrated phy si...

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

A duaurous Superstition. Among the superstitions of the Sen sea Indians was one most beautiful one: When a young maiden died they Imprisoned a young bird until it first began to try its powers of song; And then, loading it with caresses and mes sages, they loosed its bonds over her grave, in the belief that it would not told its wing nor close its eye until it bad flown to the spirit-land and de livered its precious burden of affection to tbh loved and lost one.-St. Nicholas, "A shoemaker makes a good jhoe be cause he makes nothing else," says Emerson, and the idea may be taken up with advantage in almost any line of business. A merchant tailor in a town of 60,000 population made some cassocks for a few local priests. Now he is advertising himself in the Cath olic papers and by circulars to the cler gy of that church as a "cassock-ma ker," and sends hundreds of these gar ments all over the United States, and is kept busy the year round. At home he is simply a mercltnt tailor, doing ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 February 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country. Unless the People Rule. Price 5 VOL. IV NATCIIITOCHES, LA., FEBRUARY 11, 1898. N THE SILENT MARCH. When the march begins in the morning And the heart and the foot are light, When the flags are all a-flutter And the world is gay and bright, When the bugles lead the column And the drums are proud in the van, it's shoulder to shoulder, forward march! 'Ah! let him lag who can! Por it's easy to march to music With your comrades all in line, hnd you don't get tired, you feel inspired, And life is a draught divine. When the march drags on at evening And the color-bearer's gone, When the merry strains are silent That piped so brave in the dawn, When you miss the dear old fellows Who started out with you, When it's stubborn and sturdy forward march! Though the ragged lines are few. then it's hard to march in silence, And the road has lonesome grown, And life is a bitter cup to drink; But the soldier must not moan. And...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 February 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. EITN'ERED AT THE NATCHITOCIES POST* OFFICE AS SECOND)-CLASS MATTER. Sh PUBLIHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNIh'GI -------. by H. L. BRIAN, - Editor. b'y W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. thi SUBSCRIPTION-One Year .................$1 00 jec s" Six Months.............. 50 Four Months ............. 40 P FRIDAY, February ii, 1898. col _ _ __ -- Ju When the people of Natchitoches nia get railroad connection with some competing point, "they won't do n a thing to Shreveport." any The producers of wealth must thO stand together and protect them- od selves against the drones of socie- sea ty who produce nothing but laws. thf --Coming Nation. ry The Democrats of Louisiana (sc have quit proposing plans to 'eli- si minate the negro." The question 1i which now concerns civilization is, fri how to keep the African off the lee registration books and get him in the ballot boxes.-DaiLY Item. ye Tramp-Cud yer spare a dyin' the man a few pennies, mister? ap Citizen-What! A strong, heal- flu thy-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 February 1898

CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION 1c. ALL 25c. 50c. DRUGGISTS.  H DL Pq mOLN Oq N  NlDIDaDI mgee LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, February 11, 1898. Cotton has advanced -5sixteenths this week, and now stands at 5 and 9-sixteenths in New Orleans. It is now time for it to go up as most of it has gone out of the produ cer's hands and into the specula tor's. OAWLO3R A. The Board of Trade of this city met Wednesday afternoon, and discussed the propriety of passing resolutions boycotting Shreveport for her stand against the Monroe and Natchitoches railroad. 'Twould serve Shreveport right. AnY Person Wishing to know the truth in re gard to their health should not fail to send for a valuable and new 64 pate 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-Dr. Hatha way & Co., of 337 1t. Charles St. New Orleans, La., whom you should address. Write to-day. Mr R. . O. Walters of Chaler, was in town...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 11 February 1898

A (udrous Superstition. Among the superstitions of the Sen. sea Indians was one most beautiful one: When a young maiden died they Imprisoned a young bird until it first began to try its powers of song; and then, loading it with caresses and mes sages, they loosed its bonds over her grave, in the belief that it would not told its wing nor close its eye until it had flown to the spirit-land and de livered its precious burden of affection to the loved and lost one.-St. Nicholas, "A shoemaker makes a good shoe be cause he makes nothing else," snils Emerson, and the idea may be taken up with advantage in almost any line of business. A merchant tailor in a town of 60,000 population made some cassocks for a few local priests. Now he is advertising himself in the Cath olic papers and by circulars to the cler gy of that church as a "cassock-ma ker," and sends hundreds of these gar ments all over the United States, and is kept busy the year round. At home he is simply a mercltint tailor, doin...

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. — 18 February 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price 5 VOL. IV NATCIITOCHES, LA., FEBRUARY 18 18.98. NO. -- 9_. :_ _ · THE PASSING SHOW. GLANCES AT POLITICS AND CONDITIONS. While Many of Us Are Puzzled to Make a Living the Adinlnistratlon'Finds It Equally as Hard to Preserve Its Credit. The administration is very much agitated at the deficit in the revenue. Some way of taxing the poor will have to be contrived, for the idea of an in come tax cannot be tolerated. Ac cordingly, Senator Allison is to the fore with a scheme for taxing tea, end Senator Morrill is in favor of taxing coffee. The Populists in the senate want to revive the income tax, but the decision of the Supreme court stands in the way. But, whatever is to be the outcome, things cannot be long delayed, for no man, and no govern ment either, can go on very long if he or it spends more than is receiv ed in the shape of income. The idea of levying a special tax on the rail...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 18 February 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. I.NT I RD AT THE NATCIIITOC1IIES I'OST ')FIC('E AS SE(COND)(I.ASS M3f.TTEI. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOIIN(ING. H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Pnblisher. ; UBSCRIP'lIO- -One Year .................$i 010 " Six Mounths ............. 50 " Fonr Months............. 40 FRIDAY, February z8, z898. It is not often that treat accn mulations of wealth do anybody good. They usually spoil the hap piness of two generations-one in the getting, and one in the spend ing.--J. G. Holland. Five cent cotton under Demo cratic Cleveland! Five cent cot ton under Republican McKinley! I And yet many poor fellows who raise it persist in remaining poor enough in brain to whoop. "I'm a Dim.," or "I'm a Rep." Suppose these poor fellows should yell, "'m a fool" a time or two! They would be surprised at the velocity y with which their conscience would t say, "You told the truth once." The Caucasian. The U. S. battle ship Maine, r was blown up in the harbor of Ha-. vana, Cuba, Tues...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 18 February 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION lOc. ALL 25c. 50c. DRUGGISTS. LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, February 18, 1898. Theatrical. We have in prospect an engage ment of the celebrated Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quar tette Company, and it is expected that they will be secured to give one of their delightful entertain ments about March 8th, 1898. This company gives a program of the greatest variety, consisting of Lady Quartettes, Mandolin and Guitar Club, String, Violin and Vocal Solos, Amusing Readings, and a feature of the program that creates astonishment in every place is the sonizs, violin solos and ,'e citations by Master Tommy Pur cell, a child of eight years. In the Schuberts we will eot a musi cal entertainment that is enjoyable from first to last-not a long dull classical affair but a bright, inter esting program of music's choicest gems. CABTO~aXA.U The first term of the 13th ses sion of the State Normal School closed here Monday, with 18 grad nates, who will receive their di ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 18 February 1898

The Indians in the interior of Canada still adhere to the primitive mode of disposing of the remains of their dead, the corpse, attired in a new suit of clothes, being placed on a platform some ten or twelve feet high. Those living nearer to civilization have adopt L: burial, but even then the new suit of clothes is indispesable, and the body is placed in an upright or sitting posi tion on some hillside facing a lake or river, that the eyes of the dead may see the canoes or chimans passing by. Favorite weapons are invariably inter. red with the bodies. Purely a Local Disease. Ecsema is a local disease and needs local treatnmlnt. The irritated, disease d skin mts:.t be soothed and smoothed and healed. No cue to dose yourself and ruin your stomachl juit because of an itching eruption. 'retterince is the only simple, safe and certain cur;e :or Tetter, Eczema, Ringworm and other ,kin troubles. Atdruggists or by mail for . c..nts in stamps. J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, tia. STATE OF OHIO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 25 February 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. Price 5 VOL. IV NATCHITOCHES, LA., FEBRUARY 25. 1898. N(. TIHE GOLDBIJG NERVE.1 CLAIMS THAT WAGES ARE RISING VOLUNTARILY. On the Contrary Heavy Reductions Are fleneral-The Dingley Bill Does Not in the Least Check Gold Standard Tendencies. A gold standard advocate, the Tole do Blade, publishes the following edi torial, under the heading "Wages Ris ing Voluntarily": "Wages are the price of labor. La bor is a commodity, and like all others its price depends primarily upon de mand as related to supply. The re vival of industry, consequent upon the victory for honest money at the polls last fall, and the restoration of the conditions which provide a sound basis for our industries by the enactment of the Dingley tariff law, is now bringing its logical result-an increase of wages, without strikes or the employment of brute force in any other form." This is the general claim made by the gold p...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 25 February 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. ENITERED AT THE NATCHITOCHIES POST OFFICE AS SECOND4-LASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. IUBSCRIPTION-One ear.................$1 00 S ix Monthb.............. 50 " Four Month.............. 40 FRIDAY, February 25, 1898. Silver Fuslonists As the Resuel or a Final Colt erer:ce ISSUE ADDRESS FOR CON SOLIDATION Of the Forces All Along the Line for the Supreme Struggle-Sen ators Jones, Butler and C. A. Towne Sign It. Washington, Feb. 15.-The ad dresses on behalf of thedemocratic, populist and silver republican par ties which are the result of the conferences which have been in progress among the leaders of these parties at the capitol for the past few weeks, were issued to day. They seek to unite the men hers of the three parties in future elections upon the financial issue as the question of paramount impor tance and are separate appeals to each of the parties to consolidate all along the lines for this...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 25 February 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION 10c. ALL 25c. 50c. DRUGGISTS. LOUISIANA FOPULIST. FRIDAY, February 25, 1898. S. Glassman Has removed his Store, and is now on Front Street, and is selling out all the Second-hand goods very cheap in order to open up a new store In full. We have a few Coats and Pants left which is second-handed, and will sell them very cheap. Our Boss is in St. Louis now, buying a new stock, so call at once and buy your second-hand clothing, as you wont have long. 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-Dr. Hatha way & Co., of 337 St. Charles St. New Orleans, La., whom you should address. Write to-day. Farmers along the line of the Edenborne and the Monroe and Natchitoches railroad should plant very little cotton this year, as corn, pork,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 25 February 1898

Gentle HInt. Mrs. Citybred-Mercy! You don't mean to say you stay here all winter? I should think you'd die. Mrs. Countrycousin-Oh, it isn't so bad. We are not at all troubled by visitors from town.-Boston Transcript. A Surprise Party. "What's Mrs. Breezely in such a stew about?" "She asked the pleasure of Lieut. Slick's company to tea, and he appeared on the scene with forty of his men." Detroit Free Press. It', Plausible. May-I wonder why Cupid is always represented as a baby? Jack-Probably he catches cold and meets with an early death, owing to an Insufficient amount of wearing ap. oareL Guarded His Grave. The relatives of Joseph Sullivan, who lied in Oakland, Cal., recently and was ( feet 8 inches In height, have put a guard over his grave, fearing that a I showman will steal his body. I No Use to Cry. No se to fret and worry and itch and scratch .That won't cure you. Tetterine will. Any I sort of skin disease, Tetter, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Ringworm or mere abrasion of the skin. At...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
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