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Sour Stomach
""After I was Iandeed to y CAWA
NETS, I will never be without them In the house.
My liver was In a very bad shape. and my head
ached and I had stomach trouble. Now, since tat
Ins Caearet, I feel sine. My wife has also ued
them with benelfelal results for sour stomach."
Jon. I 3a31e, 1IM Congres B., at. LouI. Mo.
CANDY
G000. lev Siken un. *ae. oa Gripe, Ioe, Noi .
C... URE CONSTIPATION. ..
ases ..*n cam. p, r Nusui, Se Teia. $s1
IO.TBIAS " ri.d. d b.Yid ld.
NsOTt A o eCU*K Ttobaoal H Dt.
NATCIlTOClES POPiLIST.
PRIDAY, eNovember, 11, 1898.
Old wards 9 and 3 maintained
their record for straight Populism
last Tuesday. The vote was light,
but was better than some places.
Ani 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 till be sent
FREE for a short time to those
who metion this paper. This book
is published by the celebrated phy
siolans and specialists-Dr. Hatha
way & Co., of 337 S3t. Charles St.
New Orleans, La., whom you
Should address. Write to-day.
Breazeale got 142 votes in Alex
andria, 480 in Shreveport, and 82
in Benton. Winn parish could
have beaten this and not half try.
Populists will always see their
mistake after it's too late.
OAI.'ORZA.
downes Its mt Tanie IN 0
- at
The long dry spell for Autumn
was broken Wednesday, and the
'disagreeable dust laid low by co
pious showers.
M]r. G. W. Boetwick of Bermu
da, and his son, John C., were
pleasant callers at our office Thurs
day. Mr. Bostwick is one of the
enoeestul bill farmers who has lo
osted in our Cane river bottoms,
4 Id we need more of them,
CASTOR IA
Car Nor nan Sehool opens Its
: ll T6erm nest Moday, 14th
pt,, hpVgiig beene delayed about
iw.e all mount of the yellow
glk " tattine. This time owil
U g4 by enror lhag on
and uunis the a ionth
• "ft0insre. .'over the
3 p f the Jat few
~ a to tao.
equealenges
WI t mo-t
TOWN NOTES.
Some rain, mud and slop this
week. Well, a change is good,
whether for the better or not. So
the old miser soliloquized, as he
Iturned his old wool hbut bottom
side up.
Health improving. No serious
cases that we are aware of. Mas
ter Clarence Trichel is decidedly
convalescent. Much cre(lit to Dr.
Janin, the boys good( mother, and
neighbors, who nursed him.
Rev. M. E. Weaver is just back
from a brief visit to the city of
a Lake Charles. He says he "found
it quite an interesting place."
Miss Kitty Wailes of Jackson
parish is back in town, and ready
for the Normal opening.
Mr. - Sullivan of ward two,
is measuring calico at Mr. Leo
pold Levy's at present, but con
templates attendmin the Normal.
1 Little Lucille Gibson, third
daughter of Mr. P. J. Gibson,
fell from a swing on Saturday last,
,and broke her right arm below
the elbow.
We noticed Messrs. Dick Watts,
- Rolla Fulton. and Lovick Boyd,
1 of Clarence in town this week.
Our worthy Sheriff, Mr. Free
man, has moved, and is enjoying
his broad acres muchly.
Our . Honorable Mayor, Mr.
Greneaux, has moved and settled
down betweed Messrs. Price and
Keyser.
What has become of the Natchi
toches and Monroe railroad The
war is over, and yet we hear no
railroad talk. We need the road.
We need the immigration which it
no doubt would bring, and with
the immigration, capital, push, en
terprise and competition in some
lines of business. When the road
comes, or before, we hope to see
an elegant sugar refinery on Cane
river, and therewith our agricultu
ral interests diversified, and the
prosperity of our community
greatly enhanced.
UNO.
aBm e _TMKinW Yoe IM A et
The lower box in ward 8, turned
out a full vote, 29 for the Populist
ticket, and 2 for the Democrats.
This large majority was due .in
part to the efforts of Mr. L. H.
Ford, one of the true blue.
THEIR--
SUCCESS.
Qr. Ebshvea bCo.' s ecesses fnune become a
are sea with th ,ourel of ther convi,
not fr.Atator. Their
i ,h with tle eo
SMr. K. L Self, large
mWl.recorded in last week's
i& Mr. W, M: Moftett of
any , river, brought us 8a
wighedl 2: pounds and .
0saksof tcaneu to this
nlt frs the bask ihIre
10fe tiog
How's This.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that we
not be cur.ed by Ha!l's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Tonl
do, O.
We the undersigned, have known I".
J. Chrev for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all bu
siness transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by
their firm.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, Ohio.
WALDINo, KINNAN & MARVIN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75e. per bottle. Sold by all'Drug
gists. Testimonials free. Oct 14.
- tlI
F=Mothers!
Trnt discom.
fo:rts and
dangers of t f
child-btrthcan
be almost en
tirely avoided.
Wine of Cardul
relieves ex
pectant moth
era. It gives
toneto the gen
italorgans,and
puts them in
condition to do their work
perfectly. That makes preg
nancy less painful, shortens
labor and hastens recoveryafter
child-birth. It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
has xlso:brought happiness to
thousands of homes barren for
ye . A few doses often brings
joy to loving hearts that long
for a darling baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine cases out
of ten. All druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. $z.oo per bottle.
For advitce In ues requiring specal
directions, address, giving symptmsl
the 'Ladles' Advisory Denatment,
Them Ch. tt-noo Medicine Co, Cistr
noo0. Teno.
olor erson, Ga., says
"When I first took WIpe of Cardul
is had bean married three years but
welt not have any ehtldrn. line
wantis later I hd a fine girl baby."
Read the Populist.
CONSTABLE'S SALE.
Winm. Lowrey vs. Middleton James.
2nd Justice Court, Ward 2, Parish of
Natchitoehes, State of Louisiana.
BY virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. issued
by the Hon 2nd Justice Court, I
have seized and will offer for sale at
public auction on
Tuesday, Nov. 15th, 1898,
at 12 o'look, m., at the residence of Mid
dleton Jamese, the following described
property, to-wit:
3500 pounds of seed cotton, more or less.
75 bushels of corn, more or less.
Terms of Sale:
CASH---subject to appraisement.
Wx. LOWREY,
Nov. 4. Constable Ward 2.
NOTICE.
HENRYVI.LE, LA.,
October 27th, 1898. 5
The public is hereby warned not
to trade tbfor the lease of my planta
tion on Cane river to E. M. Valle
ry. Said lease is dated Sept. 15~,
1898, and 1s for ive years, com
mencing January lst, 1899. The
consideration agreed upon was not
given for spid lease.
her
CORA I TRUE.
mark.
[Attei.:]
his
Exmna RaDHoxxB.
mark
I.,C. GILLNi.
Nov. 4.-.2t.
ALLEN & CURREY,,
_ Manufacturers of
Dcalers in Cypress
Lan mber, Shingle YELLOW PINE LUMBER
Laths and Oak
Post, Sash Weights )Pý Ij MOULJýNGS
and CO rd. "' Plm tlm s
Build St irm, Mantles,
ounters, all kinds SASO, DOORS, BINDS, BD CYPRESS CISTBIS AND
SpeI elwork.
m sa All KIWS OF BOXES:
OFFIC, Yard and Factory, Telephone 89.
BAs~ OF;TEXiAs AVIJRE.
SHREVEPORT, LA.
" PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDERS.
Feoritale or eoat.
A ilantt Uon on Little river, tear
Clouterviie, continiong 16, acres.
'About Z* a re Ow of tPen land. ,ill
sle r~Oar easy terms.
A 'y - i -sION,
Sept.'28.-11 de. 1st.
or Sale
One papowe)r I ls.
opow Fr Y ue.
:·:Tr~Lr4L .wCYnck)(' r
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'' i''~ 2
Simon B os1 Simon BrosI,
THE PROGRESSIVE UP TO DATE MERCHANTS.
THE ORIGINATORS OF LOW PRICES.
HOW 1S THIS.
Best Calicoes, only 4c. per yard. Large Towels, only 5c. a piece.
Best Brown Cotton, 4c. per yard, Nice Pillow Shains, only 25c. per pair.
Nice double Capes to go at 75c., worth $1.25. Rescue Plaids and Checks, 41e. per yard.
lMen's heavy Overshlirts, only 25c. a piece. Men's heavy Jeans Pants, 75c. per pair, well
Best Oilcloth, 1ic. a yard. worth $1.00.
36 inch Bleached Cotton, only 4c., per yard. + Men's all wool Flannel Overshirts, to go at 75c.,
Best Silicia, 8e. per yard. would be cheap at ..00.
Hamilton Brown, Men's and Ladie's $2.00 Shoes, Best Ginghams, 5c. per yard, wortL. 3",.
to go at $1.35. Men's nice Alpine Hats at 75c.
Men's good Plow Shoes, only 95e. per pair. Boy's Suits from 65c. to $5.00.
iMen's box, 5c. per pair.
Our line of Men's Pants are hardito equal. .Come up and look
them over.
Yours to Serve,
SIMON BROS.
MEDINE MUSIC Co,,
-- DEALERS IN -
SHEET MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTIRUJMENTS,
Conover, Kranich & BachjEverett ~and Kingsburg, Pianos i
115 BOURBON STREET. NEARBCANAL.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
, ,M,---.. ~
y 6rm were getthee f or ou r o ne 189T uon
to arebae steed. TIMN$u No 8atleuhetles, Nl Pay.
bae tdio per, oar c . aWA TorpasIcu8 T 0 N
!the inwtildo o! who hien orLr , ooCtalneuanmahl
red mibouin o? djde wota rllof which o one can eaoily oa a
monlta from weo I t th ReaO Vle j ON Piano or Organ fornoth
s C O"eat eN. O wig RAs .,
CORNISH& 0o0.,_A .WASHINGTON Nu J
mlumm~~~~~~ wu m m m :a..."
Notice to the Taxpayers of
Natchitoches ;Parish.
I have now in mypossession the Tax
Rolls of 1.898, and I am now prepared
to receive all moneys and receipt for
same. '2ae taxes on all movable prop
erty are now due, and will become de
linquent in 80 days from this date, and
after that date I will have to send out
collectors to enforce the collection of
these taxes, which will add an extra
cost to your taxes. I sincerly hope that
you will come forward and pay your
taxes and save for yourselves this pen
alty, as well as a painful duty to myself,
as I do not want to see any one pay any
penalties. Read this and tell your
neighbors to pay their taxes before the
15thof November, 1898, and save all
penalties and costs for themselves.
I remain yours to command,
J. W. FREEMAN,
Sheriff, and Tax Collector.
Natchitoches, La., Oct. 14, 1898.--6t.
Mr. Editor;-Please tell your readers
that the Quaker Valley Manufacturing
Co., 819 and 321 South Canal Street,
Chicogo, sell a full line of high-grade
household furniture direct from the fac
tory at 20 to 50 per cebt. lower than re
tail prices, and will send any one a copy
of their catalogue free.
BSTRAY NOTIuE.
Token up by 0. O. Hathorn at his
pastre in War , parish of Natchito
c3es; Statet of Louisiana, one sorrel
mare pony about 5 years old, with; blaze
in r ,ight hind foot white, and
brasnde with letter T on left thigh ;
about f' hands high; unbroke,. A.
prarised b W. C. Pullen ad ,D. D,
born, :m o be worth Eight Dollars.
the ew is.s hereby required to come
fand: 't*idr ony will bedsoet.ed
P T
A GOOD HOME
FOR SALE.
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
to Cane river bottoms. While the resi
dence is in the hills hard by, with fine,
'cold well water, 200 bearing fruit trees,
garden, truck patches, barn, stables, etc.
Residence has 4 rooms and 2 galleries.
4 horses, wagon, 50 hogs, and full as
sortnment of farming tools and' gear.
Household furniture, beds, sewing ma
chine, cooking stove, etc., for sale if de
sired.
Residence is in easy reach of 3 public
schools, 2 chr.rches and a good market
for all farm products,
High, dry, healthy location, called a
Doctor 8 times since 1872.
Best of reasons given for selling, and
a big bargain to the first cash purcha
ser.
Call on or address
S. M. DENDY,
Frovencal, La.
Aug. 19.-till dec, 1st.
CONSTABLE'S SALE.
O. O. Hathorn vs. William Morse.
2nd Justice Court, Parish of Natchito
ches, State of Louisiana.
B Y virtue of a writ of F,. Fa. issued
) by the Hon. 2nd Justice Court and
to me directed in the above entitled and
numbered suit, I have seized and will
offer for saley at public auction at the
residence of Defendant, on
Saturday, Dec. 10th, 1898,
at 12 o'clock, m,., the following real es
tate, vis:
The South half-of North west quarter
and North half of South west quarter
Section 8, Township 13, Range 7, con
talninu 160 acres, more or lees, with all
the buildings and improvements thereon.
And on Satav[iay. Nov. 19, 1898, I will
offer for sale at the residence of Defend
ant the following described movable
property; to-wit.:
4000 pou d;, of seed cotton, more or
less. 150 libusels orn; more or lees, and
one Two Horse Wagon, seized as the
property of defendent.
Terms of Sale:
Cash-subject to appraisement,
,M, WALKIER
Oct. 28.--tds. ' Conetable.
FUniiture ~ fom aotory to Eir~e
side.
Being the only extensive manufactur
rers of furniture in the world selling di
rect from maker to user, 'We salev our
customers the snormous expenses and
profits cf the jobbers and retailer. Send
for catalogue A, showing our full line
of Household&Furnlture, at 20 to 50 per
cent. under retail value,
QUAKas VALLRtY ItaCaN rumoN Co.,
819 and 821 8. Cs al St., Chicago.
Advert ii the LoUiIAna Poi
TIE BOSS BAUBER.,
'CHARLEY TUCKER, who
presides over the FAMOUS Ton-A :
seorial Parlors on 2nd Street, near
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.
FOR RENT
For a termt of Three Years. Eighty-: :i
five acres of Cane river land, in a goid ::sa
state of cultivation. Fine location.
Four houses; in sight of the Louisiana.
State Normal School.
For particularsapply to
' M. F. BRowN,
Sept. 80-4t. Natchitoches. La.
Afrlcan LImbless CottonU
I have 5000 packnes of 100 so
leeted seed each, of this famous..
cotton at 25 cts. per package. ;I
will raise 400 pounds lint on the
'of an acre I have grown this yea ,
Call and see it arowing on
place. Or see it at the Ale i4
dria Fair, where I will bas it
exhibition.
Cash muust accompany. order1 :
25 cents per package of 100 select
ed seed.
A. A. GOODWIN, JL.
. Alardo, La ,
Sept. 23, 1898.. , L. x
Aw, . :o
Smana
41 arseaawnoe a .& .
0er. oltalse promai es vas
no eb'aklatantuis rat Ipcta
Over l 00 Gold and s ver 1
lploms swamet 4u
so b. We o or 80
buliding and hate
acilities and at
Graduates hold readi poerio ns all over t is
ountay. InatroUonallpersonl r l; :"o a
Havig n rcouas business connecatio , 4
lmla8 univerally, and rputabry ,known, .::: ,
secure aa tutions.
megoods asnd a ctuatl tmo y and the
the books in the Ilate) Ie e.
StBdents eater at any tllan. ut .
demlm 4 Shortlhad and Bnsln,r8ols
**pa rt* acullte. -sead or
Joe -. it . wai. :i K"
Job: workn must be pals f & rc
de ivered. There Ins reL exci
tio terule. Is cted ithir sld ,.

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