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DYSPEPSIA
wrs atntaras IwasuavIeaotner
e,. aUllk east, sad at t imOs tamrah ,ie
not rstn said digest even that las March 1
began taking CASCARETS and mince then I
have steadily Iproved, ntil Iam as well as I
ever was L]n my 1e...
DAVID . Mera. Newark. O.
CANDY
CATHATIC
ThasEr erices.
Tl A WuSe aMod cohse e
... URE CONTIPATION. ...
a.. a mad *h er, Snday a ts.S, M VLa. m.
ud Tm*', bips"I.W.uyuitthP st, y. iH
NATlTOCBIES POPULIST.
FRIDAY, May 6, 1898.
Cbhurcl Services.
Services at the Methodist church eve
ry First and Third Sunday at 11 a. m., t
and 7:80 p. m., by the Pastor, Rev. ,i.
Armstrong. Prayer meeting every i
Wednesday night at 7:80 p. m.
BAPTIsT-M. E. Weaver, pastor. Reg
alar services, second and fourth Sundays,
11 a in., and 8. p. m; 85nday School, 10
a a . Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.
m. All invited.
# Lodges.
4 "Panix Lodge No. 88, A. F. & A. M.- d
Iimcoe Walmsley, W. M.; J. C. Trichel
S.., Sec. Meets first and third Wedndee- e
days, at 7 p. m. t
Castle Hall No. 89, Knights of Pythias
-U. P. Breazeale, C. (.; Adolph L'Heris
eon, K. of R. S. Meets second and t(
fourth Thursdays, at 8 p. m
Courts. w
DISTRICT COURT.
Criminal Term--First Monday's in W
June and December. h
CIVIL TERM. to
First Monday's in March and October.
CIRCUIT COURrT.
First Monday's in April and Novem
ber. , sa
in
Mr. G. W.W. Kile, President Po- lei
lice Jury, returned Wednesday o'(
night from New Orleans, where he
ad grone after meeting at Donald
nonville the representatives of the we
different Police Juries to assess oti
the railroads and telegraph lines. fry
Gto to E. V. Deblieux for cheap
and durable Shoes. a29-2t.
Monday being a legal holiday
District Court was postponed tilll
Wedaeeday. Why skip Tuesday
After a little routine business the
court was again adjourued to
Tuesday, 11th inst.
Mesrs. J. A. Ducournan & Son,
H. Kaffle Bro., 3imon Bros., H.
Idebtenetine & 8on, Leopold Levy Na
8 Nelklda, HB. N. Levy, Ohas. No
Uter and Williams, Weaver & the
O'Quln, have agreed to elose their enli
tns a  7 p.? m., except 8saturdaye,
aupl mSpr st. let 4
can
-80erif J. H. Crawford and Mr. age
W. li. Davis bf Wina parish, were Col
pleasant callers at our office Tou hon
Iday _________for
retu
hfa St. Chrle tbe
lr~j~a.,md send
MieN bsa 'rmarkably
~eretafent PF a
u. They rreaue
of nr., ase~ oi
a ** I bbs a prominent
went
Boyc
~ ~ Wiui
"digird
L~~~f~i~ltow~i
IA The Columbla Opera Company.
On next Tuesday, May 10th, the
r. Columbia Opera Company will
w E play a return engagement of one
j I night at the Opera House, present
1u ing the best of all comic operas,
.o. "BOHEMIAN GIRL."
The company as everybody
knows, is the best that has visited
our city in years and a crowded
house will be the result of their
coming. The company is the
same as when they appeared here
several weeks ago, with several
additions. Besides Miss MacMill,
i. u the following good people will ap
r pear: Miss Ethel Balch, Miss Mo
na Thurston, Miss Hamilton, Miss
Grinier, Mr. John Henderson,
Chas. Huntington, Eugene Rogers,
Harry Davies, A. E. Romer and
W. R. Northway, besides a mag
- nificent chorus of well drilled voi
ces,
eve- One of the most unfortunate of
the many sad occurrences happen
very ing in that community was the
killing of J. Fred Hubley near
aye, Spanish Lake, on last Saturday
10 night and Sunday morning. A
little scuffle and a slight gash or
two from Billy Axley at a groce
ry, was settled peaceably as men
1.- drinking can do with so much 1
et ease, and the two young men went 2
to their respective homes for the
ij- night, traveling part of the way n
and together. Shortly afterward and e
about midnight, Axley returned to a
where Hubley had stopped and ai
called for a coat loaned Hubley, h
in which he carried to the gate where hý
he was stabbed by Axley as he in
took the coat, from the effects of
er. which he died in about 6 hours, b
m- A surgeon near by might have th
saved his life, but the nearest were te
Z in this city, 10 miles away. Ax- P1
o- ley had not been caught up to 12 PE
sy o'clock Thusday. e
he fie
d- Jno. S,. Thompson of Bienville,
he was in town Wednesday with an- en
as other big lot of his fine broiler and ye
e. frying size chickens. hi]
the
CASTORIA he
y For Infants and Cildren. he
TI TKI K You Have Ahlwra Bought lo
Signto uat r. of -
ga
Messrs. Percy Chaplin, J. H. an
SRoubieu and Frank Kouns, of the th
Natchitoches boys returned from ha(
New Orleans Tuesday night, where le
Sthey had gone with Co. "K" to Or
+ enlist in Uncle Sam's army. There bie
was strong talk of their having to Kil
stay in camp till October, the th
camping was poor, the camp equip- do
*age none at all, and the boys told by
s Col. Stevens they would come the
home and wait until he got ready
for active service, when they would
return at their own expense. If
they had waited until they enlist- Bri
ed in the regular army, toming
home would not have been so easy,
and it is probable that these boys
will find their places all filled when l
they returi, and that this is the mar
end of their military career. thi
en t
Furniture rom Fantor to Fire- gesi
side.
Beinq the only extensive manufactu- gist
rin of furniture in the world selling di
root from maker to user, we save our
customers the enormous expenses and nave
rpiofits etfthejobbers and retailer. Send tion
for catalogue A, showing our full line
oflHousehoild Fuarniture, at 20 to 50 per
cent. under retall value.
Qausaz VALzLY MAwUwrAcrUmwe Co.,
81rand 851 S. Canal St., Chicago.
Mr. H. P. Gamble, having fail
ed to make up a full company,
went to New Orleans last Friday
to join Hoods regiment. He was
acopimpanied by Mr. T. M. Mil
ling and Lawrence McCain of Bt, slug
Maurice, and S. M. Brian ,of of I
Any P'ereon es ai
Wishlang to know the truth in re- ed tI
giard to thir health .should not fail year
tosesid ta a vilkable and new 64- na te
to which will be sent nes
Bo time to thoset 8se
SThis booki ds
Sbited phy . thee
mcDr, Hatba- t
:_ P1 4t3·crreaV. ·
MEDINE, MUSIC Co,
-- DEALERS IN -
SHEET MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Conover, Kranich & Bach, Everett and Kinosburu Piano,
115 Bourbon Street, Near Canal,
New Orleans, - - - - La.
ce- DIED:
ien At 6 o'clock a. m. Sunday, May
ich 1st, 1898, J. FRED HUBLEY; aged
ent 25 years, 1 month and 15 days.
the Deceased was eldest son and
ray main support of a widowed moth
ind er, Mrs. Josephine Hubley, and
to a large family of younger brothers
nd and sisters. He was a favorite in
3y, his large circle of relatives, and
)re had many other friends who join
he in deploring his untimely end.
of Like his father, he was a printer
rs, by trade, having been engaged in
ve the office of the Natchitoches En
re terprise for more than two years
x- past, and having worked on this
12 paper prio:r to that, also for this
editor on the Comrade at Winn
field, in 1892. l
e, He was a faithful, industrious
n. employe, and a quiet, peaceable (
id young man, liked by all who knew
him, and we daresay the author of
the foul dead which ended his use
ful life would acknowledge his
worth and amiability, and the
heinousness of the wrong which j
he can never make right. J
May the great Giver of all good, J
domfort the bereaved family in I
this dark hour of their affliction. I
The solder boys whose names we
gave last week, remained one day
and night in Shreveport, where
e they joined the company they
n had consolidated with, when they
left for their rendesvous at New ,
Orleans. Messrs. Jasper Rou- J
e bieu, Burdette Cosgrove, Joe. L
SKile and Alex. Davion, joined R
e them at Cypress on their way p
down, where they were met M
I by a number of our people, 0
their relatives and friends on a
special, to bid them good bye and G
a god speed.
SA BACKWARD SPRING
Brings Blood Diseases, Nervous j
Derangements and Chronic TI
Catarrh. J
Never was there a greater de- Pt
mand for spring medicines--some- W
thing to cleange the blood, strength- W
en the nerves, or regulate the di- W
gestion. Is there any medicine so L
good for these purposes as Pe-ru- Fr
nal Thousands of doctors, drug- JI
gists and tens of thousands of peo- To
pie of all classes and vocations
have long ago decided this ques
tion--that Pe-ru-na has no equal in
these cases. ni
Poor, shrun- In
i ken dyspeptics ha
become strong f
vigorous, and
hearty after a
few bottles of
it. People who
are blotched, isi
pimpled and md
sallow and tr(
sluggish never fail to find a course tei
of Pe-ru-na to clear the skin, in- de
vigorate the system and enrich the sit
blood. Chronic catarrh in all phas- po
es and stages, cases that have deff- mr
ed the best of treatment for many hai
years, take a few bottles of Pe-ru- oj
na to their entire relief. Nervous- and
ness, debility, weakness of both me
sexes, '4leeplessness, :.irritbiitability, th
despondency, bypochondria, all is
:these dispp ar when Po ru-na is are
used aesading to dietions,
OROi theiaost instructive booka nam
.oIZ *di4Cat e: 1JII~
S WE KOW our remedy EWESB the
WORST OABEs. That you may try it,
esPmot e tp e, we will send you One
Bottle free. All ek.esa byus.
GiveAge, Post Offioc and taie. Address, a
Hall Chemical Co., West Philad'a, Pa.
t Lest of Jurors
ud Drawn to serve at the Juno term
,rs of I0th District Court, Parish of
Natchitoches :
FIRST WEEK.
WARD. WARD.
R L Caspari. 1 W E Carter, 6
Jno S Allen, 2 J D .Deblieux, 4
er A B Tralumell 7 II II Oliver, 3
in GM Perry, 4 G T Bushwell, 4
W W Dowden, 7 W B Butler, 4
Bevy. Tucker, 1 Jas Beasley, 8
rs Jas. Nowling, 7 Julius Aaron, 1
'is Henry Beasley, 7 M McClendon, 71
is Ed Vallery, 10 C C O'Quin, 9
H 31 Brosset, 10 Joe ihaflie, 1
H B Haynes, 4 P J Gibson, 1
F A Vienne, 4 J It Rhodes, 7
as Walter Babers, 2 Nat Fuller, 7
le C H McBride, 9 J M Clark, 8
W Breazeale, 9 J C Thomason, 7
Felix Curry, " 9 Jno P Gulley, 9
Gus Fitz, 4 A Melancon, 9
D O Meek, 2 A Presley, 8
is Win. Tobin, 10 T P Aldridge, 1
ºe .J B Barberouse 4 8 Rachal, 9 i
h Joe Harris, 4 W I Gibbs, 7 1
Jas Butler, 2 J E Monroe, 2
, J B Evans, 2 A B Prothro, !
n V S Benoit, 10 R Bernstein, 9.
i. EJ Gamble, 4 T'P Norswort'y 7
e SECOND WEEK.
Y WARD. WARD.
e M Nowlin, 7 MeD Crow, 1
A G Ogden, 5 Thos Buvens, 1
F L Metoyer, 1 Wm Jackson, 5
' Mat Wilkinson, 1 M Nowlin, 7
J M Kile, 8 J B Delouche,10 3
Jeff D Aaron, 1 F C Blacksher 6
L W Stephens, 7 J F Dowden, 8 a
W WWAllen, 5 S G Bruten, 2 p
B W Neyland, 9 J N Hendricks 6 "
V P E Tauzinj, 1 Robt Gentry, 5 e
tM M Atkius, 1 T J Byrd, 7
F Derbanne, 1 J W Meek, 2 tl
Corrie Lunt, 6 8 A Mangam, 2 C
J W Jones, 1 J B Barnhill, 5i b
Geo Jackson, 3 E J Gibbs, 5 t,
THIRD WEEK.
WARD. WARD.
HD Beal, 9 DF Adams, 3
J A Vercher, 4 W Robertson, 4
Thos Lambert, 0 W G Kile, 8
Jeff Lowe, 2 0 Hardee, 10
P 0 Rogers, 1 H B Plaisance, 4
Pat Coffee Jr., 2 Ad Godard, 1 D
W R Sewell, 6 W R Marshall, 8
W O Carter, 6 I &aphiel, 4
W B Safford, 1 CA Baullard, 1 G
L P Lewis, 9 L P Landrum, 3
Fred Lestage, 9 W H Lowe, 4
Jno Evans, 6 Gus Forshee, 7 0
Tom Boswell, 8 B F Dranruet, 1 B
Wm Rachal, 10 0 Chaplin Jr. 1
I I Mayet, 6 Henry Russell, 7 tli
A true copy of the original ve
nire on file of record in my office.
In testimy whereof witness my
hand and official seal this 26th day
of April A. D. 1898,
H, M, HYAMS, Pa
Clerk. or
br
The national guardsmen of Lou- 3d
isiana are protesting against the
manner in which they are being wi
treated by Gov. Murphy J. Fos- Pe
ter, It seems that the governor
desires to use the line officer's po: P
sitions to promote his individual th
political career rather than to pro
mote the good of the army. He
has absolutely refused to give the -
officers of the State national .nard
and show whatever in the appoint.
ments that he is making. It seems
that all thlose whom the governor
is to give positions as line officers
are politioans.
There is dee regret among the ral
nataI guar i that they aw- -
son gMurphy J. Foe
en h asanot re
$ ~ , ei2I~
Vfi
mTHEIR...
of SUCCESS.
Dr. lTntheany & Co.'n enooeasee have bocomo a
household word. Why? The anwer is eimple,
SThey are men with the courage of their oonvic
'i.;ns. 0rlglanators,,c luitatlor. Theirmethods,
!i' d'~e nolver, are in L:rmony with the people
3 and tho timeio. Nl anduptodate. Amon the
legio-w of misoalled experts and legitimate
4 pa ecitat they stand tody with clean ands in
4 theroi f ak of respetabl profeeeionalism as
acknote~laied oriinators of the new and now
8 wi.ly dopted method of treating chronic and
Scompl__ ttrl disorder&
STheir reputation rests not on the Chep, trans.
Sparent p of rchased testimony but on
a lon[ s of evisible ll wit.
Snesea sof theirekll.U physicians ol busineo
1 and soclalatrs n theaommnaiy they pledge a
Somplete source of treatment and utimate care
1 by the "at'ehaway mothd" unabridged, and at
7 r gwthe e raduates in medicine from
7 om. ' of teb m o edical colleges in the world,
andhol lcnsee to nraetierom diferent Stale
S Boards of Health. oonduot their business
hm 6k.ut what Can ulfdi and do not adopt
on sticly resodf bsis pmethodsthag man.
9 oeee.ipeeobespmedoiesmud (¶.
s ordert ooina few dollaM from their anaor
tinatevietims.
If a ufferer from any wasting disase, dlsorderel
blood, nervous collapse, ar loss oa mental vigor,
Tidney or aritry dialtty, bldrocele, pimples,
plies, varicocele, rup
tore, annatural dis.
ahiaT es strito urh
.t ea kstm or an
eaeMr. eilal r oureaders
that the Quaker Vlley Manufturing
il prices, and will send any one co
ST. G. SELFmrW
HARDWARE, NOTIONS aCOnd
aGive hIn a trial.
• APril 1.-,3ma.
Estr amy bot.Te.
Taken upbyor Jome W Tyler, be skin ward 2,
Parish of u atchithes, State of La,
that the Quaker Valley Mane bull yacturing
Co., 819 and 821 South Canal Street,
Chcoown, sell a full line of hih-grmark
household urniture direct from the fclr
tory at 20E. to Mo per cent. lower than re
tail prices, and will send any one a s
of their claw of saidtalogue free.
T. G. J. ELFULLN,
BUTLER'S LANDING,
-DEALS IN
DApril GOOD8, 18S, RO8. JERIE, P.
HARIDWARE, NOTIONS and
GEAttorNEAL ERHy at LDaw. t
Pays the HIGTOHEST PLA.CE for
Chickens, Eggs, Hi~dez, TrI1ow, C
Beeswax, and all country produce.
And will sell goods for cash at
the lowest possible figures.
Give practi a tin al
April 1.-3mo.
Fstray Notle.
Taken up by J, W. Tyler, in ward 2,
Parish of Natchitoches, State of La,,
one Cow and calf, and one bull yearling. d
Cow about 12 years old ;. color dark
brown, with some white spots, utimark
od. Yearling about 14 years old, color
Harper and.E. M . Moran 1onjointly 1
i:' -Bs~b
ATTEND OUt.JI
coLmanent
New Orleane s,
41 years renowned as a lead.
er. No false promises made.
no charlatanism practicedL
Over 100 Gold and Sliver Med
alsa Diplomas etc., awarded
us by American and European
Expositions. Commercial
Course Includes Expett Ac
counting and Auditing, and
* is Guaranteed Kgher and
Superior to aspy other in tba
. South. We own our college
building and have unequalled.
facilities and an unexcelled
faculty.
Graduates hold leading positions all over the
0. Country. Instructionallpersonal.
_- Having numerous business conneetions and
1being universally and reputably known, we
have superior advantagees in aiding atudenta to
to secure situations.
SPA store Is conntected with Sould Collage
n in which students do actual business with
Sreal goods and actual money, and they keep.
the books in the latest labor saving f,)rme.
d Students enter at any time. Englssh, Aca
demic, Shorthand and Business schools. All
separate faculties. Bend for catalogue.
Address GEO. SOU.E t& 8 5i.:;
THE BOSS BARBERI
CHARLEY TUCKER, whsob
) presides over the FAMOUS Ton
a sorial Parlors on 2nd Street, near
i the Courthouse, will give you the
best and quickest shave in town.
Hair-cutting in all the latest.
styles done to perfection. Call on
him.
V ANTED-TRUSTWORTH1f AND
actinve gentlemen or ladies to trav..
a el for responsible, established house ia
Central Loulsiana Monthly $66.00 and;
I expenses. Position steady. Relerence.
Enclose self-addressed stamped elnvelopeti
The Dominion Company, Dept.R.,
april 1. Chicago, Ill.
ALL PAPEi
Do you expect to do any .A
papering ? We will send you
free a large selection .f salm.:ia
ples from Sc. per roll up, all ,niw col- :
orings and novelties up to :: t4i. W°: :
PAY FREIGHT. We want ;a' :iagent.:
in every town to sell on coin i  n
from large sample books. No unpitnl
required. For samples or paýrtculali
address S. WOLF
747-753 Ninth Ave., N. T City 
1 pay highest Price for Confederat4j
Money, Bonds and Postage Stanpe.
CHAS. D. BARKEB ,
Atlantai Ga.' .
D. C. SC ARBOROUG. M. 8  O(JV 8
MCARBOROUGH & cARVtauR, ,
Attorneys at Lai. .i
NATCHITOCHES, LA
Will practice in the District C s in ,
the Parishes of Nat hitoches, Bed ;tiver
and Sabine, and in the Supreme .'.rt
of Louisiana. and the U. 8 Dist and
Circuit Cburts for the Western >istto"
of Louisiana. ian 17iy.
G. II. Prothroi:
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
NATCHIrIOCHE r, I1 ;: ,
Diseases of Women and Chiii
dren a speciality.
Offlice on St. Denis Streeti
may31-ly.
For Sale.
One 25-Horse-power
Aerie Enaine,
With 40-horse-power boiler, t nd a
10,000.capacity Saw-mill completcj
ready for use.
Will sell on easy terms, o ve 'y:
low for Icash. ::
Apply to i
D. R. KNIGWIl
Knight's Mill, near Natchbiies.
April 1.-3m.,
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