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"lIly wife h~pad lples on her infee, but
she has been taking CASCARETS and they
have all bsappeared. I had been troubled
with constipation for some time, but after take
ing the Arst CGscaret I have had no trouble
with this ailment. We cannot speak too high
ly of ascarets." FReD WARMAN.,
SGermantown Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa.
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Pleasant. Palttbi -lnt. ste Good. Do
Goed, !ever Slotka. eWNke or Grle. lOo, 3s, 5W.
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NATCIlTOCH S POPULIST.
FRIDAY, September, 16, 1898.
TRICHEL, LA., Sept. 12, 1898.
'Editor Populist, Natchitoches. La.
: Mr. E. II. and Mrs. E. H. Tri
ehel, are rejoieina over the arrival
of a fine boy on the 10th inst.
Both mother and child doing well.
Wishing to know the truth in re
gard to their health should not fail
to send for a valuable and now 64
paeo 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--l)r. Hatha
way & Co., of 337 St. Charles St.
New Orletns, La., whom you
should address. Write to-day.
Mr. Wmi. F. Fuqua of Guate
mala, C. A., a former highly es
* teemed citizen of Natchitoches, is
on a visit to his old home here
this week. His numerous friends
were glad to greet him.
C' A: O tT L E.A.
:. , h Ld ~ a 0II. 9" ,! h
Wagon loads of cotton pickers
are seen each morning going to
the cotton Ield, where the fleecy
cotton is opening rapidly.
TilE GRET DIMOND QI)LTIRL
The Ladies time and labor saver
is being sold on an absolute guaran
tee, for the small gum of $6.O.
Have a good supply of Quilters on
hand. Everbody w? wibes to
purchase one will ease call at
my office in K. P. Hall, Natchito
WASHINGTON B. CLICK.
S t-4.t. Manager.
SThere iq quite a deal of improve,
meat going on in the pretty litti"
ton of Campti, 12 miles up the
r iver from here, The big store of
SAtkins Bros. has just been finish
latid, while the fbandation is laid
f". s nice residenee for thD young-'
rs r tilne who is located at Campti.
k(essris. H. and I. Raphael have
tHIEatrlely enlarged and beatied
ter tore house to accommodate
bitinoretat bsinaesa. Mr. O. i
iL;.Utrnb6~ ls building scommo
M sLivery Stable, and will eoon
;i -2iw td totake eare of the triyav
$la path at last of their
·.There is a general bsileo
- oaivit and thepeople seem to
$tc i n ~rishfortl4 t
2 ·: p kg I
-·trL'- f ~ii~e "[.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Holloway
of Cane river, returned last week
from a 2-months' visit in Union
parish where they have many rel
atives and friends.
Mrs. Holloway intends to spend
the next year at her home on Cane*
river, and will be much missed by
her friends in town where she has
lived for nearly 8 years.
Mr. G. J. Cook is giving his
house a brush of paint and kalso
mine before moving his family in.
Mr. 1. D. Rains of Marthaville,
representing the Rosoborough Mon
ument Go., of St. Louis, was here
this week. For good, honest deal
ing these people and their agent
Mr. Rains are unexcelled.
Maj. Poindexter Dunn, who has
now located at Canipti on the now
railroad, was here Tuesday.
Red River parish has passed a
whiskey license law of $5000, this
means total prohibition, and hence
is better than the monopoly we
The stores of our Jewish mer
chants will be closed Saturday, 17
and Tuesday the 27th, these days
Suppressed News from Wash
(The New Time.)
of West Virginia, one of the
strongest believers in the annexa
tion of the Philippine Island,, is
in Washington. He came to the
city just as soon as he heard of
Spain's proposition for peace, and
has been here ever since working
in the interest of a strong arnd firm
foreign policy. There are but few
men in public life who have the
confidence of the President to such
an extent as Senator Elkins. With
Mr. McKinley the West Virginian
talked plainly and urged an open
declaration that this country meant
to hold the Philippines.
Before the war began Senator
Elkins was opposed to hostilities.
He thought the trouble with Spain
could be settled. by other means.
Without desirin to oenter into
a disonssioa of a colonial policy or
an argument on territorial expan
sion. I desire to mildly criticise
the President on the choice of
nrieeds. To those whose memo
ries go beyond the present year
an ill turn is given by reading
that "few men in public life en
joy the confidence of the Presi
dent to such an extent as Senator
Elkins." This is the same Elkins,
hear in mind, who would have
looked on the world through bars
at the end of the Star Route scan
die if Justice and the penitentiary
lad their does. If the President
ims to retain the lofty reputation i
tor virtue he has hitherto had, he!
will keep a stenographer in the
room when Elkins is there. It
may interest the readers of The
NewTiome to. be told the causes
which hsave changed Elkins from
hip 'ante:bellum "peaee at any
price" position to his present ag
gressive ar-loving Yame. When
woman and children were being
starved in Cuba And after the as
ase~iination of the Maine battle
atip, with 250 odd of her men.
Elkins sang, bird-like, for peace
and for 8pain. His interest, like
Elkins' interest in everything
could be expreaeed in dollarl anJ
cente. He was the aent, the paid
Senate representative, of the Span.
ish boodholders. H6 talked spainsti
wari and earned his money. Elkins
isLhonest, at least to the extent of
doing what he is paid to perform.'
Witi war uleolared and hostilities
so, Elkinst viewa point at once.
ch~janged. It became his financial
interest to prosecute the war thus
entered upon. It is rudely eeti
that Elkizs, Bliss the Secretary
of the Interior, Annaa, the Sena.
-a: from Ohio, and:two others not
Ia plebliife will directly reap fif
tyionihion dollars benefit fhrom the
wa arboutto be coanoluded as this
Swritten.: Fuolly one-half of ·thisi
ityillions is co.ntingent Up6na
the retention of the Philppine
uld o by this g'overnment. Mr.I
ru*t~anath rsr and
j omtu l he Trili~ Tad-ps
ay i, reocwet7 frmi.ed.
tons-.-one million between them.
The extortionate price paid is be
cause cf a clause which makes it
necessary for the contrator to de
liver coal at any nav-il station in
the Atlantic. The figures were
based on the Key West station,
where the fleet then lay, and in
cluded a p'ofit. The vessels that
have required coal have all come
north for it, or t e fleet has been
supplied by colliers, .which inva
riably took their loads at Norfolk,
the point most convenient to El
kins and Hanna's mines.
Elkins has quite supplanted hIan
na in White House atllections. Ite
is a smoother proposition of man
hood. Hanna bore himself to much
as a guardian of the Pfesidential
person as well as curator of tlit.
Presidential estate. Elkins is the
sympathetic and interested friend.
FOR 4 womEN
W I. WOMEN
Nwm-r rms oaf
alt the pain
suffer is caused
by weakness or
the organs of
when a woman, is not well these
organs are fee ed. But when
they are strong and 'healthy a
worsan is very seldom sick.
Is natare's provien for the regu
lation of the me l"trijlfunctton.
It cures all " fetnale tr~ble.." It
. is equaliyeffective for the irl in
her te-as, the young wife with dq
mestc: and maternal cares, aid
the woman.approaching the perlod
knownras the "Phange of Life."i
They all need '#t. hey are all'
benefitted by it.
For advire in cases ng piecIal
dectfans address, lvhi smptcms.
T1e. ii. COOPER, Tipete, MeIs sgy
'UM sdlqred fronm 4ir I fth
aE.d a mentrumation ers
e.el.nit -her. a 3 OJIjeda,
men l charie of."
LW See our specimens of . 6B
WVORK1 before placing your order.
We will save you money.
ALLEN & CURREY, -,
D -l Manufactiurers of
Dealers in Cypress
Lumber, Shingles, YELLOW PINE LUMBER
Laths and Oak
Post, Sash Weights Py S
Build Stairs, Mantles,
Counters, ana all kinds SII, DOOIS, BLINDS, RED CYPRESS CISTEmNS AND
Special Work. 2
· mm AI KIDS OF BOXES.
OFFICE, Yard and Factory, Telephone 89.
HEAD OF TEXAS AVENUE.
£l PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDERS.
mulb. K8) iIU~aNt SbV4M
, 1 Le'. .eeeaeemg have beome a
~~1L} Wf The naew is aMpl..
with Weriujl oA thoi coaviO
ait. n(4toid erg. Theiraantboda
!4 ie in t ov ith the people
* . amau u*to gaze. Among th
tiler ezp thraoieaz e
gato. at . newm and nas
etod ot s~binohrctorl and
end. ual sll t e ntthw plest
tw e~t lmd nltimate oWrs
a i mtloia
aiwtbo umabrldged mudna
b afidteoit ataeM
mtbeh lru muniar
tops is, rlf
es . 1 aar aS a from their maifr
INr1,,a irrrt e.rr~:pe it w "M tr, g~nkr
e*~~*pgqis mim u4 esueIse,, a.
- p - d rbdvee, ~ee
weaka s ter :
Grandl SLAUCHTER SALE!
Of X 10.000 worth of Seasonable DRY GOOi)S, I'LOTITH. . -,
CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, Ladies and Geis FI'~.!,'i .,
Notions, Etc., which we bought at
33 1-3 Cents on the Dr.
This Sale is now going on. Youi (',In't a ftoi
niow, while ourl stock is still coiimplete. The guo ;. . ,
gardless of cost. C(all t llus before buying anii. we rll . ;save
CHAS. SEMIMELMAN & SON.
Sim0onl'sO Old Stand, We( ashiigton Street, ittch toe'ýs. Las
MEDINE MUSIC Co,
-- I)EALPERS IN -
SHEET MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUIlE'LN'TS,
Conover, Kranich & Bach, Everett and Kilngsl)urg Pian.os.
115 BOURBON STRCT, NEAR CANAL.
NEW ORLEANS, -- - - - - LA.
L&ýE ndfor onew E38C'tlog.
Dealer_.'orz orn t l le t ullu I°otol lie I
P. un, eo e, at f actlrls r -o ' . .er:..
only fi where on get the Real Exact Value for our mone. F hre are O Acent..A
De hlr.' or e ' " , ,"
tos ltou dcram r tanes. Pinosm nd Organsthippd on ot hirt ~ ia trlral younr otYln e ,
nd.r our specia a rrauftr twentyve yeas. No'money requ n a¶ivur'e. Si.le deve
aea E from n s during 6o 0 a tyear. a T CoOrtN I no or Ot ra n or Po ".a
Wla eethouand eent reterace , free. ctualogue.
CORN IS.H , CO. F . .
a a Ietere Amerensa.. WP Ir, . S II N T N , Oi J.
Job work must be paid for when
delivered: There is no exception
to this rule. Strictly cash.
A training school for teachers,
maintained by the State of Louis
ian a,offers a four yeirs' course of
instruction, English,. French, Lat
in, mathematics, drawing, book
keeping, history, literature, music,
natural sciences, psychology and
pedagogy; three terms of profes
sional 'study, one year of daily
practice in model school~ .i'plo
ma entitles graduate, tfteach in
any public school of Louisiana
Four Well equipped buildings, a
fifth now under construction ; good
labratortes, library and reading
room. (Grounds of 100 acres, beau
tifully located. and improved ; ex
-collent health conditions and op0
portunities tior physical training
and recreation. Dormitories ac.
comin date 200 young ladies ; gen
tlemen board in private ltamilies.
Iaeculty of sixteen trained teach
mrs; 441 stt'dents last session. Tu
ition free to those who intend to
teach; total necessary expense
.106 ftor session of eight months.
Fall terin begins OtCTOBER 3,
188.. For catalogue, write to
IB. C. CALDWELL,
SThe. Livery Stable :front on St.
Denis t and extending a h. to
, ; glv;e&tob.
Furniture from Factory to Fire
Being the only extensive inanufa"tur
rers of furniture in the world selling di
rect from nuiker to user, we save our
cu)tomers the enormo'll s CexpenselS and
prolfits cf thed jobbers and retailer. Send
for catalogue A, showing our full line
of Household Furniture, at 20 to 50 per
cent. under retail value.
QUAkhk VALLEY MANUFACTURING CO..,
319 and 311 S. Canal St., Chicago.
A GOOD HOME
On the Texas & Pacific Railway, 2
miles east of Robertsville, Natchito-.
ches parish. 120 acres, 30 in cultiva
tion on the head of Provencal Lake;
being "made" land, it produces equal
o Cane river bottoms., While the cesi
dence is in the hills hard by, with fine,
old well water, 2300 bearing fruit trees,
arden, truck patches, barn, stables, etc.
esidence has 4 rooms and 2 galleries.
4 horses. wagon, 50 hogs, and full as
sortluent of fanning tools and gear.
Household furniture, beds, sewing ma
chine, cooking stove, etc., for sale if de
Residence is in easy reach of 3 public
schools, 2 chc'rches and a good market
for all farm products.
High, dry, healthy location, called a
Doctor 3 times since 1872.
Best of reasons given for selling, and
a big bargain to the first cash purcha
Call on or address
S. M. DENDY,
Aug. 19.-till dec. 1st.
M. L. Payne vs. J. H. Roubieu.
4th Justice's Court,' Parish of Natchito
ehes, State of Louisiana. No. 317.
BY virtue of a writ.of Fi. Fa. issued
out of thi Hon. 9th J'tstice's Court
it.the above entitled cause, and to me
directed,,I have seized and will offer
for sale at Public auctio_ at the Front
door of the 4th Justice's Csurt, in the
town of Campti, on
Saturday, 17 th day of Sept. 1898,
at 12 o'clock m., the following proper
320 acres of land, described as follows:
b:eing the Northwest qarter of Section
88, North half of Northeast quartei Sec.
tion 38, South half of Southeast quarter
of Section 26,Township 11, North, Rage
7, West. Also Defenants, interest in
one 20 Horse Power Boiler and Engine.
Seized as tiue property of the defend
Terms of Sale:
Cash-subject to appraisement.
T. J. HAART.
Ang. 12.--Gt. - Constable Ward 4.
No. 8, Secondl-hand Cooking
Stove, good as new, with all ves
sels and ,fi tures. Large enough
for ny fa iti , butnot for the City
Hotel. !a ethere and get it for
utI- oT4A "t
ATTýND SO -P}}krsa ' 'r~s, ·
, , 41 vears repowacn n a
- or. /N6 tisl proaisdt
no er laCnrt lMK
Over lls Gotd tnd 4ilver.
ales Dktmions etc., .-a '
' us by Aner-ic:al and Eurc
Course Ineludets ]$Exp u
counting and AudithL
A is Otaroateed Hlfihtr
s uptertor to any other I
Heotht. WeS on our ec
bauilding and have u
facilities and sa uae
Graduates hold leading positions aU loi
oountry. Inetrctionall personal.
Having numerous bousiness connectlon
being aulversally and repautbiy hknwts
have euperior advantages la.aldln s8tud0
WiA store s coaaanecte b8wt
in which stadents de actual tb u
real goode and actual aney, Sad they'
the books in the latest lI)ar savingltcn;.°':
Studeats enter at any time., ..ngli,
demie, Shorthand and Bnsiaetsg h ,zl.,
palte fatulties. Send for o~talogO, a
Adaares oEo. sor,- alUg
THE BOSS BARBELL
prosides over the 1'A M(U)S `5
sorial Parlors on 2nd 'Sti m'et, ,
the Courthouse, will giv youa:
best and quickest shave in tow
Hair-cutting in al'l the !at
styles done to perfection. (C!o
1TVANTED-TRUSTWOr1THY AI .
active gentlemen or ladies to't"-Wv
el for responsible, established -lmhIou
Central Louisiana Monthl .h0$ e ib "
expen ses. Lksition steadr . liGTSgy
knelose self-addressed staminn endavelop
The Dominion Company, .Ijpt. R.;-:
april 1. Chica o, I1 .i
I will be at the following mia .'m rila
ces either in person or by deputy for Lk
purpose of registering voters who Hialv
not registered. The registr~ttion b;w,
provided by the legislattire of 189~, rill,
not go into effect until Januairy 1, 1!1
Natchitoches, Monday, Sept. 5th, to'.
Saturday. Oct. 8th, 181:3.
Ward 4--Clarence. Mnmday. Oct' 14;:"
" 4--Campti, Tuesday, Oct. 11,'.
" 2-Goldona, Tlutr.rday, Oct. t;"
S 2--St. John, Saturday, Oct. .
3--Grappe's Bluffl Mond iy.
Oct. 1 7th.
" 5--Beulah, Wednesday Oct. 19.,"
" 1--Murphy's, Friday, Oct. .
•' --: resley's Monday, Oct, 10 ,:
" 8-Kile's Mill Wed'day, Oot. 1'
" 8---Mora, Thursday, Oct. 1.S,
" 10--Chopin, Friday. Oct. 14.
" 10--Cloutierville, Sat'day Oct. 15
" --Marthaville, Monday Oct. 17.;
" G--obeline. T'Jueday Oct. 18.
7-Povenca', Wbd'day. Oct. 1::
* 9-Chaler, Thursday, Oct. -1O.
" --Natohez, Friday, Oct. 20,
Will re-open in Natcbitolise Monday,:
Oct. 24th, and continue until Saturday, -
Oct. 29th, 188.'
TROS. F. PORTER.
Register of Voters, Parish of Natchiti
Mr. Editor ;-Please tell ytaar rto er n
that the Quaker Valley Mamiufaeburctri: t
Co., 819 and 321 South Cabael Shttei-t,"
Chicogo, sell a full line of;higbgr
homsehold furniture diroct fro. thawti f
'tor st 20 to '"4 pee thaji ~H
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