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*OCASCARETS do all elatsmed Ir them 7t
atde a atrly wonderful medicine. 1 have otwen
Wisbed fora maedicine pleasant to rtae and. at st
a-v found It in Cascarets. Slnce taking them.my
blood basbeen purifed and my complexion has m- s 801
proyW onderfully and I feel much bettor in every
Good .Ne er Biz LL . eLLAs. L 100ttCre. Ten. . al
NO-TOA e m"l amo " " Va
n meTWI rOULIT. W
IDA ebr ry 3 199 y,
will cost in the Enlterprise oo. ro
Nevd, evr t'ckon. Weaken. or Gripe. Oo.Sc. 6Oc. T]
Major Green, GovSTIPA ector,
wt l's isk efbw@. trs.iis, l i l York.
is in town at the Adams House.
He is probably here to suEperintend
AThe traITnsferS incidnOPUIST. the prei
FRIDAYn thFebruary, 3gister, who99. as
Lawyers and litio dant don't seemd pot
to know it, but they can get their A
sales and all legal advertising done tl
tn this paper for jthst half what it in
irm. He will cost in the Entern prise.obably
Major Green, Gov't Inspector, far
isintown at the Adams Househ
He is probably here to sua plantatrintnd
theany sfr incids here whto wish himng
ince in theis new homgister, who has
"already made his ond.
Weed Potatoes, know See truth in re
We are up to dhealton seehould ot fa rc
toes, onions a valuablts and seed oats.w 6h
Don't fail to yrice us. Williams, tiII
Weaver & O \uia. Ur
Mr Jno.okle. O'Qt whuinch went to tl
New Orlerns Wcdnesday evening ,
to do a little shoppinme for those eel
firm. He will retion thisurn probalyThis book
unday by the celebrated phybe
Our good friend Mr. 0. 0. Ha-t
thorn, late of Ca7 ti, has bought .th
Newd moved to a plantation on yod u
river above Coshatt. He has to
many friends here who wish him been
sutoces in his new home. L. th-i
gard to their health should not fail liamse
to send forW. O. Harrison, alow64 wi
SBooklet whih will be sent u
IREE for a short timem to those a
who motion Pubhis papor. Thish.ookw
is published by the celebrte phy- c
sicians and specialists-Dr. Hatha
way & Co., of 337 t. Charles o t. a
New Orleans, La., hoement, and
-huld address. Write oti-,,. y. c
The folloin ofica.rs have beaen i
. Low and W Harrison, al
r. :Bl. ,llen ae ofSt Ma-P
ice -ase been commissioned as a
To the Citizens of Na.cialton .ce-
You are respectfully requested 1nC
to meet our Committee at the coirt- Ibeen
house Tuesday night, February that;
7th, at 7:30 o'clock to discuss the the o:
Grand Ecore bridge problem. This the tn
is something that should interest stitut
us all. Cure
JNO. T. O'QUlN, upon
Chairman Local Railroad Commit- the
tee. the p
Mr, I. D. Raines of Marthaville, i» i1
was in town Tuesday and WCednes- iul
(lay, representing the Roscorouyh C
Monument Co. of t
The Methodist Quarterly meet
ing held here last Thursday had -
a very good attendancs. Rev. J.
A. Parker, presiding Elder, T
preached that night to a slim an-l
dience, we are sorry to say. this
casw O IP 013.ZAL. nua
W The Klad YoutlRa Always BoM eves
A party of gentlemen from Diiu. Per
luth, Minn., were here this week ntt(
inspecting lands in this, Winn and ora
Bienville parishes, view of woI
purchasing same. They are large- pl'.
ly interested in sawmilling in tim sch
far INorth. out
S -t l IoA. u
ikm The lnd You Ha e Alays Bought re
A Iagnif!tcentl Carnvn?. ty
The POPULISTr acknowledges the sel
-receipt from the Grand Order of ol
the Orient of complimentary tick
ets for the editor and family, to uS
' the Grand Pa J)i Shah's Mardi ty
Gras ball at Shreveport, Li., on
o the night of February 14th. lift
o This ball will be the closi!g io
scene of one of the most magniti- ve:
cent carnivals that has ever been as
Y witnessed in the State. There will Ac
be two days of festivities, fun,
mirth and music.
- On Monday morning, the 13th,
it there will be witnessed the arrival Ki
d of the Grand Pa Di Shah (King) of se'
the Carnival. He will be escorted ah'
-B to the courthouse, where the keys na
B of the city will be turned over to of
him. He and his Pa l)i Shina will fox
then review the grand Trades' It
Union and Business Display and
a- Parade. .On that night the Prin
el ces of the Orient and Hoo IHoo's
i will parade. Tuesday morning the
at Commercial Travelers anld other
a orders will parade, and that night i
k will be the grand Maridi Gras pro- O
cession, followed by the ball. nee
aThe Grand Order of the Orient
at Shreveport has captured both i
the city and surrounding cities and for
country by their efforts in this r
matter, and there will be a whole
town full of people on the occa
K All the railroads will give one
h- fare rates into ShreVeport on ac
count of this great occasion.
"Cholly Poter," who does the
heavy mud work for the Enter
. prise, says in an article this week
a that he camne very near calling the
Penitentiary a Poplulist institution.
By all means he should haveedone
so. Nothing could have been more
appropriate. For it is the place
where Democrats get their dues,
and Populists would fain have thei
country full of such places.
( The Enterprise~s foolish snorts of
a few week's ago may cost us the
d removal of the U. 8. Land Office-
ort a loss that wonld be a fitting com.
od- panion piece to all the progress and I
development the said paper has
4 defeated for us during the seven
years in which its faction has im
poverished, blighted and bled poor
old 'Natehitoohes with their mis
7th * rle.
De athbed Repeatence.
and The People's Demands a Popu
had list paper published in Urant par.
ish, exhibits signs-by the follow
ing whichl we take from its last is
sue--of returning rationalism :
" ,President Mciaiey lately ap
inted a negro in the -United
tates hand rOfbe at Natchitoehbes,
and two more to the positions of
Dr. Register and 8nrveyor-General' S
ries oflte in New Orleans, with Demas,
la a black Scoundrel, already as Sur
ab veyor of the Port. If the Popa.
list of Grant parish did once fuse
with thin gag, may God prevent
eit ver being done again. Fost eri
eM ram i bad enough, but we would
My yto it a thoaand times in pre
'r f.enO , ne~io m.-- uterpris e
i e Repube · with whom the
lhterl p to the ne~
and lie As on
S$8100 Ro;-varrd, $100.
'ie i : rea.er.4 o1 this palper will be
I)le:,ased to learn that there is at leaCst
;no dread¢.d disease that science has
beeinnl1e to ce in a!l its stage:i 'i:d
thlt ;s !ata:rilrh. Hlill's (Catarrh Care is^
the only positive cure now knlOin to
the medical traternity. Catarrlh bciug
a .ondstitutioual diseaso, requires a con
stitultional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. therbcy destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the paticut strength by building u1. the B~0.
conlsitUtittoIn nd assisting nature in (o
ing its work. 'i'he proprietors have so
iiuch faith in its curative powers, that BO
they ojier One lullndred Dolars for ainy
case that it fails to curel. Send ifr list
F. J. ClIENIEY & CO., Toledo, O.
0 Sold by I)ruggists 75c.
R~ act E. Lee.
The anniversary of the birth
day of Robert E. Lee was on Jan- CO0
nary i9th. The girls atnd boys of
this reneration. know hiu only by
name. lhi was an ideal man, and
every child in the South and
throuthout the Union should emiu
late his noble example, suggested
through his life and character.
Perhaps the greatest eulogy ever
ntter'ed of Lee was by the brilliant
I orator, Benjamin II. Hill, whose ......
f words should be framed and dis
. played conspicuously in every
school room in the South.
'"I-e was a public officer with
out vices; a p)rivate citizen with
out wrong; a neighibor without
reproach; a Christian without hy
pocracy, and a man without guile.
"He was Caesar without his
ambition; Frederick without his
tyranny; Napoleon without his
sellishness, and Washin;gton with- CC
-i out his reward.
"He was obedient to authority
;ts a servant, and royal in authori
ty it s a true king.
11 ''"H l was gentle as a woman in
life; iuodest and pure as a virgin
g in thotght; watchful as a Romaum
L- vested in duly; submissive to law
i as Socrates; and grand in battle as
11 The battleships Kearsarge and
l Kentuckey will be ready for active
ot service by July 1, six months
Id ahead of the time. Our growing
navy and interests on both sides
to of the wo:rldemphasizo the demand
ill for the NIicaraguan Canal.-City
$50 in Gold
Ihe WI be Padd ton Man or V Woman.
ht It remaiae t I the olebrasted firm o ph belaaA
andepos O) i4tDr. HothawayffCtC ith. nah
' Graduaateas Best h plaegnui
!a mlln betfor the ndbllo. which has
i never been ode beare.
timl trono disease and can them. trnishins med
cines and everytdn n.cesaar. for their case, or
ll ferfit 250.0o in old, providi the patient faith
fully follows treatment and directions, and the d
Scse is a cur~bieo . " .
e This offer le plain, and thera is no catch to t;
and tfrthermnore, theofer is good and . money
:a- pedlt satl s eaelw are liO ilapOn
Ii.Bathaws &o.'s CP
C- thehthlthe o
eared thomands of
chas where other doo
tols ore / c iled, and
this warrants withe in
br- O sr, et ibeo ,
wek Iop vla, r.we owi an o
ahd t6 test the treo
he __~ it Saa f the aowL
the this w'' i ch ~ ith ai
abeohte t ofto
r ,n(1 e sba clik - 7eai,¶ l¶euartiw
ceofm m n ad wo~mn ic ih a e ._l___e ..
lo0- t rtli c wlideo. eL m .
im. st. ce wD BD H AWAY & CO..
pu- Armenia Bates, Tutrix, vs. W. E' e
par Bates, TIutor and, individually,
is- je't. als. No. 12287.
By virtue of an order from the Civil
Dis.aet Court of the Parish of Nat
ehitocheb and dated second day of Fob
it oruoryf8. 90, ordering a sale o0 the prop
he erty bel4nging to the succession of M.
8 Of LB Bates, Qeceased, and to me directed,
SI will sell at succession saie at the late
8, residenie of theideceased in the Parishi
Stir- of iatohitoch0s, La., on
Spa Saturday, 11th day ot March, 1899,
at 12 'elock M., the following des-.
ent cribed property belonging to the said
eter successon, to-wit: .. _
ond North hall of southwest quarter ofl
. seetion il, township 9, range , contain
u ing 40 oeres and known as the' Gladen
a , trt p eaisd at .5 per acre. Also,
i thsoad h o southeast quarter, section
30, ~t~owi~slp, Ynlr:9, containing fl80
ol ttle, s ;sbe, ort , h ss . wabc and all
a i e a r n hlpementt belongingto said
a "e. J. W. FREEMAN, Sherif.
Fe iaryar 3rd. 1899.
( 0ommenciniO aturdau, Jan. 21st.
We will commence selling o;t our entire Stoek of Dry Goods
Clothing, Ladies and Gents, Fe rnishiing Goods, Ilats and Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Notions, Et-c..
As we will disco tne byciess I5 is city. Don ; wait, bu
come at once and save:moey.
Yours, for Bargains,
CHAS. SE ELMAN &-r SONS,
Simon's Old Stanyd, -ýýr hin on stee:t, Natchitoches, La.
MEEINE MUSIC Co,
iSHEET !USIC, JUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Conover, KiaIýtnich & Dac:, E veret ! and. +Aiin 'Sburg, Planos
115 BOUR iON STREET, NEIAR CANAL.
NEW ORILANS, . . . LA.
Band for our new 1898 C atalogue
Ve -- -i-- stratod In colors. contait nie fnll
ddO Rscriptions of all e our Piano and
¢ wt -yr Organs. REMtIMBER we are theler
geoalvrgo i g oy to the general
puic, e direct at factory roa*-the
Sonly irm hereo get te eal ae t Value fr our mn Tiiero are No nt's
Failcra' or Mitddemen a profit added. W"8PEtIAL `ot~JiF R-NOW ADeY .
]iQH ON EAS PYMENTST
Satosa ot, rca ner , Pia Orga ns s i tlrty ' -r.l Iu yourown.bcrn
EBS - under our special warrant for twonty-fve years. No money requiredin sdvtnce. Ratedei
ERMOdr PI TEMS N Satisfaction, He Pay.
tYy hank, clwettliapupe ?, or o, ayg
of the mltltudhe of patrons h ha,. pu. alar C4'arnrpbi Plan b7
^meatsfrom us damrig nearl I years. On OOLlBll. Palno or Orman for [lnth.
new Gook "Tbo lRiearuithePeoPlO,"co D. tu. f'l expldaation with 4e1m
lag thouand recent refersnce sent free. caogue
* lNIr. PaThAIO WHITS AT ONCE to n 0 oos
* C ORNIH & co, S Eatablisý1
Rbmusafarer"si el Anetelen Pimano d nu Oanas AT J
ALLEN & CURFIEY9TN T
i Dealrsjin Cypress
Lure tcr, Shinglesa YELL T "7 LUM;IER
G Laths and.Oak Li l
Post, Sash Weights ', v
and Cord. i
Build Stairs, Mantles, ,s, ss es,
Counters, ana all kinds ~ AS, DORS; BUNDS, 1D CYPRIISS CISTERNS. AND
a sseonos A! KINDS OF BO1ES.
OF1FrCE, Yard and PFacory, Telkephone S .
HEAD OF TEXAS AVE1%B1.
I PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDI)RS.
SNEW LIVERY THBLE,
DEVAbENNE OwD STAND, ST. D-.NIS ST'rEET.
Neatest New Buggies, Freshest Fast 1orses, Polite
attention to all wants.
Specially Prepared for Comn .nercia-l T'ravellers. c
'Bus Beets all Tears' C
Horses and Buggies cared for, Bought, Sold or Traded. See' u I
JEFF A)AON, ianager.
W. S. GRENEAUX, Proprietor..
A. MAND1LL, 9
SHOES made to order.
REPAIRING neatly done. i
Fancy work for Ladies.
Jan. 6, 1899.
ESTRAY NOTIC .
Take. up by J. N. Weaver at Wea
ver P. 0., in Ward 2, parish of Natch
itoches, State of Loulsiana, one bay
Pony mare, about 12 hands high, with
left fore and hind foot white. Brand
ed with letter C on left shoulder and
letter E on left jaw. About nine years
old, appraised by W. P. and D. D. Wea
ver to be worth Seven Dollars.
The owner is hereby requi ed to ecme
forward, prove property, pay enarges
and cost or said Jony will be disposed
of as the law of sid parish directs.
R. J. PULLIN, J. -.
See our Sl ecimen$ of Job Work
i efor4 placing your orders. J
TAHE B0SS BBAER.
CHARLEY TUCKER, who
preoides over tho FAMOUS 'Ton
sorial Parlors on 2nd Street, near
,he Courthouse, will give you the
best and quickesn shave in town.
Hair-cutting in all the latest
styles done to perfection. Call on
On March 13th 1899, I, :n co
partnership with H. L. Simon will
engage in business in Natenito
ches, and succeed the firm of Si
mon Bros. This will not affect
my iProvencal busincss, which will
ke continued in the f~tirro as in
Provencal. La., Jan. 11, 1899.
Advertise in the LoulsiaNx Por
WRITE FOR CIRCLARS th
Sewing Un~hincs we manufacture tud
prices before you prchase any other.
THE NEW HOUM SrwNG MACMINIM CO.
Lai~n ~ roK. .Ca O ;Ng.d'
Afr ban Ltmbla:ss!~ ottolu.
I have for sale several bushe
of the Genuine Afitiesn Limblesa
cotton seed, at the followingrl
cos: $400.00, Two HundredT
Slars per b)ushel, $5.00, Five DoI
.lars per pound. I also haveothe
put up in packages of5200 select
seed at 25c. porspackage. tlbush ;
el will plant 20 acres; 1 pou
will plant 1 acre, and one asore will
yield 4 bales and 90 bushels o
Sensd t yourgordersltomne or m
A. A. GOODWIN, J.
i. Marco, La.
,, Nov. 18, 1898.E1
st s50 YEARS'
o- TuaN MaIsI
ill on ca I
eCt ar"l thePpli rayt
S $ilifll t
ROead the Populilst'.