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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 March 1898

- -- **- w***-*** -** - LOUISIANA POPULIST. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. VOL. IV NATCHITOCHES, LA., MARCH 1. 1898. II.- - I . .. ... ... -- i , . ...- - il i .. .. 'THE JOURNAL'8 FLOP. MOST BRAZEN PROPOSITION OP W. R. HEARST. Weould Abandon the Cause of Financial Reform to Appease the Palmer-Buckner Traltors - Eastern Democrats Over whelmingly for Blmetalitsm. Of course, the New York Journal, while abandoning bimetallism, claims that it is working in the interests of harmony and victory. Upon what basis such a claim can rest has not as yet been made appar ent. One thing alone has been alleged by the Journal, and that is the neces sity of democrats abandoning their de mand for the free coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1. In the Journal's eyes a ratio of 30 to 1 would not be objec tionable, and such a concession as that simply adds the Journal to the list of gold standard newspapers. Attention has been called in these columns to t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 March 1898

EN iLD T T1E L'N A'cT tTO'!CEl POST. 01112;i: A SLCON D.CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FR:IDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Publisher. bUBSCRTPTIOX-One Year.................01 00 *" Six Month .............. 50 6" Four Months............. 40 CFRIDAY, March.4, 1898. ..  __ _., '..._ . .. .- --- - - War with Spain Hardly-not unless Wall street, for reasons of its own, wants war.-Planter. . ..------4-,, ----. The Irishman scored a bullseye who said the political factions nev er told the truth only when they were lying about one another.-Re former. The railroads get $3,300,000 for pulling the mail cars. If they got the same as they charge the express companies they would get but one million. The postal sys tem will always show a deficit no matter how much the postage, so long as the railroads own congress. -Reformer. The worst possible excuse a man can rive for not taking a reform paper is that he is already taking all the papers that be can read. That means 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. — 4 March 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION 10k. ALL 25c. 50c. DRUGGISTS. 286 LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, March 4, 1898. Messrs. A. E. Lemee, J. W. Freeman, A. DeVargas, B. D. Loper and others, went to Shreve port Monday evening in the Dick Cole, moonshiner case which was pot off till July on account of the sickness of U. S. Dist. Att'y. Seals. Any Verson 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. Mr. H. Rapbhael of Campti, went to Shreveport on the Valley Queen, Tuesday. Mr. W. J. McCleish & Bro., the hnstlinR representatives of the popular old Clingman Nurseries, are in this sfction selling honest goods at honest prices. Good Flo $4 75. Good Sm~4 cents. Good ( 10 cents....

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 4 March 1898

Nevi nwrer puish chfltren by striking them on the head. There are other - places. The Labor Problem. Neophyte--I don't see why you should give Wiklow $2 a day and me only 1.50." Superintendent-Wikhnw !s an expe. eenced band. Neophyte-Then the work must come a good deal easier to him than it does to me, and he oughtn't to get so much, Instead of getting more.--Boston Transi crsptp One Fowl for Three. A crusty old farmer in Southern Illi nois one day became an unwilling host for three circuit-riding preachers, who dropped in simultaneously for dinner. The larder was low and the dinner con elated of a single fowl. The farmer asked the first sky-pilot what portion of the chicken he would have. "A leg," said Number 1. "Another leg, thank you," requested Number 2. "And what will you have?" asked the farmer, turning to Number 3. "I will also take a leg, if you please," replied the third. With an ejaculation that shocked his reverend guests the farmer threw down his carving utensils and de...

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. — 11 March 1898

LU UI IANA POPULISI. aubscription $1.00 Per Year. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule ' Price VOI. IV NATCHITOCHES, LA., MACH 11. 1898. N 7. IL~ /mm PUBLIC OWNERSHIP. OP RAILROADS AND MUNICI PAL UTILITIES. Ienator Allen's Statistics of Foreign allroads as Glven to the Senate Brtifllat Success of Public Ownership of Street Railaways n Glasgow. Senator Allen of Nebraska in a speech delivered in the United States senate, gave a list of governments who own, or partly own their railways as follows: The Argentine Republic owns 620 miles of railway. Five-sixths of the railways of Australia belong to the various colonial governments. In Austria-Hungary about 40 per cent of the mileage is owned and about ?3 per cent is operated by the state. Three-fourths of the mileage of Bel Sium is owned and operated by the state. The state owns one-fourth of the total mileage of Brazil and does one-half of the entire railway mile age of the country. In Canada one tenth of the mileage is owne...

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. — 11 March 1898

LOUISIANA POPULIST. ENTERED AT THE NATCHITOCHES POST. OFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. H. L. BRIAN, - - - Editor. W. H. AREAUX, - - - Pnblisher. SUBSCRIPTION-One Year.................$1 00 Six Months .............. 50 Fontr Months ............. 40 FRIDAY, March ii, 1898. The only danger of a war with Spain is the breaking up of our Constitutional Convention. It is composed of lawyers and they would go out in the first company into the St. Bernard swamps. The Florida lFrishes exclaims: Will somebody please puncture the constitutionid tire and let the air escape? There is too much talk and not enough earnest work for $5 a day. Get down to busi ness; report a suffrage plan that is honest and just to all concerned; c adopt a few other laws, draw your per diem and adjourn. It is un necessary to say that they will ad journ a s the per diem is ex austed. The assurances our most distin guished consideration are extended n to Mr. Allan, shipbuilder, of Tyno, i, ...

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. — 11 March 1898

CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION 10c. ALLI 25c. 50c. DRUGGISTS. LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDAY, March 11, 1898. District Court did not meet Monday, but was postponed till May. CO.AB''OQEZS. Messrs. G. G. Sompayrac, Al hert Hailey, E. H. Trichel, J. W. Cockerham, H. B. and L. E. Plaisance of ward 4, were in town Tuesday. Any Person Wishing to know the truth in re gard to their health should not fail to send for a valuable and now 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. Mr. F. C. Clarke of Alpha, was a pleasant caller Tuesday, and says ward 3 farmers are busy preparing for a crop, and hope this year to retrieve the mishaps of the past drought in that section. Tie Natchitoches Building and Loan Association, organization of which was metioned in our last is sue, electe...

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. — 11 March 1898

nrea Oatblering or Game. F. J. Tracy, of Staceyville, Ma!ne, had an Interesting and rather exciting experience a short time ago while in the woods on an exploring trip. He made his camp by the side of a small pond about flfteen acres in extent, which abounds in trout, and is a gath ering place for big game. He was standing near this pond when he saw at one time fourteen deer, three moose, and four black ducks, all within rifle shot. Fine clothes do not make the woman, but ther sometimes break the husband. "Coastlng" on thle Bible. A friend of the L!stener has seen a funny sight down in Maine. At a place there, which needn't be named, there lives a small boy named Jonathan Longfellow, who is a third or fourth cousin of the poet; and he is a great boy, too. One day this friend of the Listener was driving past Jonathan's house, and saw the boy engaged at a little distance in sliding downhill, on a slippery crust on something that was not a sled. What could it be? Evident ly the scrutin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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