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FRII)AY, August :;1. 18941.
People's Party Candidate
FO() CONG(; I S,
B. W. BAILEY.
OF THE FoulRTII ('(NG.RESSIONAL
J)ISTRI('T (OF LOUTISIANA.
TO THE PUBLIC!
Measrs. W. H. L:ltham and W. H.
Areaux are anuthorited to solicit and1 coni
tract tflr advertiseulent4, job work a:111r
llbscriltiOll, and any ('contracts nmadel, ly
them will le' fully repoglnized aund carriedt
eant ly us. Trritting that the people maly
give usa I libleral supply of their patron
iage we promlise in retulrn to endeavor to
niake all businele ss relatiolsl pleasiant.
We send ont several smple
copies this week, take them and
read them, and if you think you
can support a paper that is run in
the interest of the people, send us,
your dollar antd we will send you I
the paper for one year, or if you
had rather take it on trial for six
months send us fifty cents. Give
as a trial anyway.
Fixed Very Nicely.
Senator Blanchard of the Unit
ed States Senate, has advised the
sugar planters to sue the United
States for the two cent per pound
bounty on sugar this year, advis
i1g them that they can obtain it
by an action of law. This certainly
# a nice dodge for these statesmen,
and it is a hard matter to tell where
it will end. It seems that matters
have been arranged so all can get
a slice of the pie. First, the su
gar trust will come in for its one
to one and a half cents per plmld,
this the masses of the people will
have to pay. Second, the courts
will give the sugar planters two
cents a pound bonity, this the
same class of people will have to
pay. Third, the payment of the
bounty will evidently, create a de
ficiency in the revenues of thile gov- I
ernment, ald more bonds will have i
to be issued to maintain the gold
reserve, these bonds will bear live I
per cent interest; all this thile lo- I
pie have to pay. (
Now it is evident as to who will 4
do all the paying, let's see who gets t
the money. First, the sugar plant
er. Second, the sugartrust. Thilird,
the gold-bag. This is the nicest I
piece of legerdemain we have seen I
in many a day. Verily, the Demo. I
ersta are great statesmen. Please I
give us another chance, and we will
The election of (uov. Tillman of ,
outh Cuarolima, is assumed, so says c
a Times-Democrat dispatch. The
Legislature will be overwhelmingly ,
In favor of Tillman for Senator.,
Hurrah for reform ! I
Nou. Tlhos . E 'atson was nomi
nated tr Congress in the Tenth
Georgia District on August 24th.
Strong resolhtieus were passed t
asking for a bfee vote and a fair I
cout. The prospects are that
a'tsonll will be elected by an over- 1
FrorccediaC- of the Fourth
('onIres.ional Diriric Peo
ple Party EI.~cutive
('hairhan IExecutve Co(',mmittee
.T. AN. Brown. namned J. A. T'tts,
of Natchitoches, ten lrai'y chair
On mot ion, 11. L. i rian was
Smade tenloraiy siecireta:iry.
On no ttion, the I'hair a.'iointed
a (ollllllitte of live (i ) on ('reden
tialss ai ollows:
J 1 Miller. of Caddo; N V 1l;nsh.
of Ipides : l F MaIhel.n, of (;ranit;
V' IR Alford. of Sabine, and I) 31
( ;idtens. of lied River. -
S('omu ui ittee on ( 'redentials report
(d1 as follows
We., yoIhI" collmnlittee on credenl
I ials, hieg leave to r 'iimrt as 'tillows
VIWe find the Ii ll'wing delegateis en
titled to seats i1i this c(iiiventii, n.
Ver\tion-ward 6I, I A l eii is.
%Vard 1-.I 31 Til'ley.
" 2-'1'T T l'eddy.
' 3-,lan.es Satter.
" l--.1 J ('ook.
' 53losely H ill.
" ;(.\- L - 'ollingsworth.
Ward l--,J 1W .Jonts.
" 2-J I W\eaver.
" -A , I Leeunt.
" S--- 11 Morse.
" ;-. W VBrcwn.
' 5-, () Tl':auner.
4;-NW IV Page.
1 " 0--VV II tRussell.
' 7-C C Sanders.
Ward 1-I) 1 C(iddins.
" 2-.1 ( M ingunt.
3-,I S M'cGrIaw.
' 4-J \ lBrowln.
" 5-Ben Jones.
i Rapides-Colile Ward, N V Bush.
Saline-l)r. J 31 Leevers, W Al
ford, J N McCollister, C .1 Law,
Silas Vaishubrooks, I)r. J W May,
.1 E Bullard, 11 Nippers.
\Vard 1-\V L Slhackelford.
" 2-A WV Stewart.
" 3-C C Richards.
" 4-0 C Watson.
" 5-R N Tillman.
" 6--W W Smith.
" 7-31 F Malchen.
Ward 1-I W Bailey.
" 2-0 I Ilarp)er.
" 3--D E James.
•' 4-0 M31 Barnes. (
" 5-D B Boyett. I
" 6-l C Mixon.
" 7-1)Dr A P Collins.
" 8--J J Dickerson, i
IVWa 8--J W F Antlionay. 4
" 8-W\ L Paiker.
" -J.1 J Miller.
" -T A Miller, alternate.
" -W J Seegers.
We recommend that the delegates
present cast the vote of the parish
which thley represent.
J J MILLER,
Report received and adlopted, andi I
On motion of M F Machen, the
templor,'y organization was made
On motion of 1)r. A P Collins,
the Chairmana was authorized to
aploint such conmittees as may be
necessary to carry out the work of
Thle chairman appointed the fol
lowing commnittee on l'atform andl .1
Resolutions: M F Machen, of I
Grant, Chairman: Dr. A P Collins,
of Winn; J W Brown, of Natchl.- Ii
tochels; J I Miller, of Caddo; J
M Tilly, of Bieniville; W L Parker,
of DeSoto and T II Hamuilton, of a
Red River; and the following com
mittee ou Address: N V Brush, of "
RHapides, Chairman; W W Page, of
1%atchitoches; Dr. AP Collins, of"
W inn; I N Mc~ollister, of Sabine,
and P A Denunis, of Vernon.
On motion, the committee took a
recess until 3 p. m., to allow the
committees time to prelpre reports.
After recess the conventioa was C
called to order, and the Committee 3
on Platform and Resolutions re
Iorted as follows:
To the Chairman and Members of the
People's Party Convention of the 4th
We, your committee on resolu- e
tions, beg leave to report as 1oi.I
lows. to-wit: ii
Whereasc, we consider anld be
lieve that the presenlt prevailing m
conditions tlhroughout our land. in n
iý ,vl ic i tlht pl duc e (,it our f Ell, ls
are graluallvy aiil surely shrinkinig
in vallue. ail that Iwagets lt being
reduic.ed to a d:egree that it is iii
e possibleh twr the laborini man to
a, ake a liviiig by the s% eat oit his
brew. is poduced and Ibroughlt
about by venal legislation through
5 the lh-publican ;Int lIelmocratic
partie's, which lI.gislation is exclu
1 siV'ely i the interest 1of the b)ond
hohl'l• 1tl11 corporations.
\Vh le'ias. we reco'glnize that the
l)iemocratic adlmitiistration has Ghil
; ed to 1)i1'll :a out .lily relief thl-ugh
Iegislat ion or otl hler\ is., but it has
recognized anrid lmai;ntained 'rauds
upo011 the great masses tfl the peo
ile. by deo.etizing, silver: by a
- slhal battle over the tariff bill,
: which was only intedled to lis
lead iand h'eceie the 1people, iln or
`der that a vcaUlpaign issue might be
iiiale Ilt ' futurt e elections.
There'lire, \we delnll e the ])etml
o'iratic ni tio Il adinllistratl inil for
wilfully siirrcnllering the rights of
the mIasses of the people to sugar
trus't, e'imbinit ions and other I)pow
erfuIl imoney powers.
Whereas, we recognize that the
State admlinistrationl has entirely
ifiledto t give tile people such a just,
Iair govclinment Ias the great inter
est of Louisaalll delmanld. That
the admitniistration has itiled to
give the people a fir andl just elec
tion law, by w hieh their votes may
he honestlyv counted and returetd
as cast. but instead, the l)cln rnat
ie party of the State has refused
to endorse such a law.
That the governor has entirely
ignored the voice of the of the people in
making all his alppoilittnents, which
policy is contraryi to all replulic.an
forms oi" government. Therefo'e
we hereby denounIIce the Demnocrat
ic adnministration for refusing to I
give the tpelople an electio: law
Sthat will give the people a free
vote and a ltir co(liunt.
Alhd, wnhereas we l'recognize that
thie People's partly platibrni adopt
e(d at nl,ia., Neheb., i, in 192l, if ear
ri'ed into law, will bring about great
relief to the peoplie, and therefore,
be it resolved, that we hereby I
pledge our entire andthdarty sup
port to the Omaha platforn.
On motion of .1 S McGraw, ofl
Ried River, the convention while
waiting for the report of Commit
tee on Address, went into the re
organization of the Executive Comn
mIttee, which was reorganized as
The newly elected People's Par.
ty Executive Committee of the 4th
Caddo , W J Sawyers, KeIthville.
Bienvllle, J ( Pate, Ringgold.
Red River, 1) M (G iddtens, Coushatta.
D)eSoto, V L Parker, Logansport.
Sabine, E C Dillon, Many.
-Natchit'hes, W 0 Bates, Provencal.
Winn, F M McCain, Montgomery.
Grant, M F Machen, Montgomery.
Bossier, AlL Byram, Midway.
AT LAi GE.
G W Bruce, Loyd.
W L Shackelford, Colfihx.
I)r. A. P. Collins, Sills.
G M Norris, Lula.
J W Brown, Alpha.
Judge Macihen, Chairman.
Juo. W. Brown, Secretairy.
On motion the conventtion went
into the nominatio of a candidate. 1
Jno. S. McGraw, of Red Rtiver,
placed in nomination B W Bailey,
of Winn; N" V Bush, of Rapides.
lplaced iin nomination J A Tetts, of
Natehitoches, seconded by W W
Page, of Natchitoches; J A Tetts,
after some eloquent and patriotic
remarks, declined to accept a nora
instion, and his name was with.
tirawn, ana the motion to close
iominations was voted down.
Judge M F Machen, of Grant,
was nonnuated by W W Page, and
HII L Brian, of \Wiln, was placed in
nomination by W W Smith, of'
Grant. Nominations were then
The Chair trhen appointed I L
MeCollister, W L Parker and J O
Tanner, tellers. The delegations
were then requested to prepare
The ballot was taken anti count
ed, with the following result: B
W Bailey 57, M F Machen 11 and I
H L Brian 10 votes.
On motion of M F Machen, the
nomiution otf B W Bailey was
made uuauimotn. .
s On ioti,i. N \ hush,of ( at ild.-.
aand J S Merraw, of Beld Iiver,
e. w '(' ppIl iltePl .I ('a e tliittei to nlo
tify Mr. Bailey of his ominiiation,
Siand rleq ltest hii n to alhlress the
c ct li nellntlill.
t lr. I:aile" witas introdiuced ll -
1 ('haiiiin:ii Te'tts., aindl iinaian elowilent.
stirring tand pailtrio tic a1ddress r ot it2
Iiniltes, lie acIepted' i the i ull iuii.
- tion with in l iiVini plhdge to
stand sl;uiarely 1upoli it i-e OmaIha
I)lli motion,o the convention Went
i nto exelutine session.
Il il l \ Pi i, t hci llep P. i\iit.tl i \\'i
SI The (, iiliiit tt lle acdtlress repor-i'
ied the following:
(See AddrLhless on tithIt page.)
ot I -ii i 't. 11(1d .e sto pay 1- (
timn . fI slier A liad to sell either
i0 l ishels o- f iwheait, I ) buiishels (it'
( Lots'. i2ll bi'shels of'; *Ilrn. ;2:)
pouitids of bitter, 1 . i poundils ºof
pork, or 17(1 pounds ot0 wool. In
1 I!)I. the loani is reniewedl at 7 iper
cenlt. lThe interest is '7iil an u:til i 1-y.
' In order toi get this amoun illt farer
A sells either 120 biushel s of wheat.
t 400 bushels of olits, :;5 bushels oft
corn, .1 I pounds of h utter, 1.1.111
lpounds of por11k. ori 280 poutlds of
woold. Let every e make at
careful study of this example.
perfect sol tion pl'f it will is plose•
the ldilieulty with «hiil(h the peo
plie areistirul litng. It is a fair slam
pite of the po'Ver tof money to Op
s. ISSISSI'P'I VAI l i ANTS.
They are lield fths Violnatiois of
1uil ited wiatý tatlu its.
tWASItT(ll(N. wla uhiiist 27.-The
it ttoi ev l rllel-ierll ha is sustaeil, i
lhief ltazen of the secret service,
tOil every point in i.s position,
against t lhe issue by the State of
Milsissippi of special warli ain ts iel
the snii litude of ls.ited; States
note:. Upon the showing made by
Sthief faieni, 1iid upon the reeori
neViNnlatioll of Secretary 'a-lisle,
Attotriney-General (Olney has ili
structed the United States attor
neyIs at St. Louis. Chicago aind
acksoll, Miss., to begin prioceed-ll
ings under section 3429, of the reat
tChicago, and the lersols in tihe
State of Mississippi, who were re
sponsible tnl the issue of the war
rants and all parties who have
Imoney.c"(titli h n
Section 5,130 slakes it a felony
to print anything in the likeness of
obligations of th[e United States
ands tixes the punishment at a tine
of not more than ý5.Nt, and im
lprisonliet at hard labor, nor more
than fifteen years. It is assumed
iundaer the instructions of the at
torney general, that action will be
lties aiuceitr of Stae oand other
It will be remembered that a
short time since the Sta te of Miss
iessipi concluded to isste small
locils or notens to relieve the meoney
tpressure an thie Attorney General
has tecions to tut a stop to it.
an Skilled workmen are noeit apt ito
rebel against their employers unless
there is some sounla hd reason for soe
ldoing. The investigation into the
Pullotarn strike by the Con gression-lle
al commission has unearthed sonmc
wages reduced to the lowest minu
tmum, but the ;itrlast dollar taken foIr
rentals ofi.-- shops, storels and houses
to return to the coffers of the soul- j
powerful conldemnation of the lprin
ciple of paternalism. It demon
strates how rapidly such a theory
zen. Soie wlan should be adopted
the charter aof the pwealll onoIr t-leI
oly would be tson Sreeiest oethso
to crush its tyranny. The tight is
on it should be fbyght to a success
ful cinish.-Shreveport Times,
The single gold standard means
European wages, tElropewat prices,
European conditions, mnd the en- '
slavement of the freoplec by the i:
moieo kin gsh-Atladtt Coistitie
tion. Ile s ae
i Propoitioun to he Nuhbmitced to
the Delaoc'rlatic E lc'rtlive
t out nierIt" of tIhe Forttlh
('onureioun:iI i)i. 411t.
\\ hereas, all othel r pttliti.1, i...
S4 tl4m utiotlh,:1 la elt th hit , iase pio.tlle
tloelthrl oltt a lgaiti et Initi led re.'
W herleas, the 1 cly piti .usill o ri
' ltlel t all li Si t he i lit i)emto ratici
ilb ty agaith It tl hei l'tc .i.'s I n"t.- ,
i. the I'loire ]that th" r. , .aiz;tti,,nl
of resu a parlty in thle Soilh e.liL.
:ull tioes eliangel r white lnl' rtic et i
y., dear to the heart of every n kite
man ii th.. Sh. and- t t
lw lreIOas, we lolie've that )manyi
houn.t liemrats are dlebuletd V it h
that fear, aml keptl out of the lPeo
pie's party a.gain their i consvic
ilonsl of listrinet. tani
S\Whereas, tlt People's party in
( aso evidened in., its ,%l(it in every
electio its : didorgan t; lization, ituli
by the utterances ofd its platofrm1is,
1ilress anid peakers in this StI.Lte.
iThet,lore, be it, resolved, that
to illsure white w uev y, and theilllll
election of a white man's ticket. in
the ist Cogetssiosnal District, the
People's p iarty lxecutive Commit
tee of theis district, mak he the i
lowing proposition to the l)emoit
eratic palrty in the 4th Congress
ional District, to-wit:
1st. That after the Democratic1
party haiies ield its loigrlessioal
Convention, made its platlom aiand
placed its cantid ate thereon, said
candidate and the candidate of thei,
latlforms, be submitted to a white
primary in which every white legal I
voter in the district, shal! be allow
e2nsfd. That in said plrimary elre
tion, one-half the oniassiioltes a nd
oflicers of same be appointed from
of the sale. atnl the othex hale
iomhn, and by the paemoeratic party.
3rd. T'hat a commission, equal
I y divided between the two pa rties,
as the coini s issiorner etc., in sec
tion lnd, compile, count alnd de
clate the vote from the different
parishes, and the result in the dis
4th. That the candidate sue
cesstfull in the primary, he declared
the white magl's canldidate, and
that the defeated candidate be
withdrawn by his party, and his
supporters stand pledged by their
vote in said primary to give their
support in the reguihar election ftl
lowing said primary, to no candi
rlate who may be running, or who
rmay afterwards run against the
nominee of said primary.
5th. That nothing in this propo
sition0, otr agreement if accepted,
re ind any way construed to inhlu
ence or waver the fealty of the
su essfll o athlnidat le to his plat-n
i Browtn and S l. th enry, are herebyII
appoi nted by ithnis Conitgressional
tion to the Democratic Exena utive
iCommittee, and if anlcc aiepteda to a
range with that committee or its
tll representatives, ll the details, date, l
et., ofa said primary. il iiii i
Contriction of n r h rrrnhy En- i
At all times when Ioth gold and silver
minehs failed, then the hiorhl rmlased in
to barbarism- liurina g the fourtlen uno
gold and silver in existence as the time
creased, anc the proud Romans were he
I tell you there is nothing likerontrai -
taion to entlave men. Tlheroe i nothing
ith thi mnining camps toch i ail as this
'll th¢" IIIIIIltig C;li g.p , h,, ,r b ' h g : g '
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h lit lit. ,n,' i'is i, I 111a " . ltl .'t*i,
Th l 'i\ll. litt i~ i ,i'illl ,l ''ly corn.
tultnell I .ItOý pitlii;itit 111 ot h Staite
ol'gitlill at St:lttit tcl.ll M . i.,
:illt ll, c e.\ t l y. ''I itor ofl th11 1
eri; ll 1 fti r erly of , th.ill l1,.a
It till oitrade tilli. h:e asu soc i\t r ai
to tn.Tle thn e 0r1't hel itn s jounnul..
\\'hu \oti l ha\e th.;:4,iht. I11 tilt- t no, of
.\gllbe tIhe Itlh" IoII le'PioUIST.
Tihe first the world til'n IIcl anli ll
fore n\ bor none oi l1hi stili, th1it t\ ithin
at lity ,nratior, tIhey wOIIllIANh 1P. P
to IST, to a e,,htl oi t l ay. Itud
llo .n:nlle at ollc',. It 1',11111" h1 dil ,l,,s.
I t niow tty pgreate. sliti eolu , ii our
1l.'0ph.., Go out 1 0 .illionuin thi ll
aIn ou tald,1 withe mnl. a. nab su,i
ivLe, Lrmlli the bli he. adlord. \'
",e thre tenant ;ere inrto bil g ut thi
rate of inter est o tle ouStater, ill te
vsit',r. \\ 1lsee tihlt len-, who have had
the s slrit of thi c-nlliy, eing lll ther
d tchi toclhs ini thaiol t dir( y cntion.
l tile deou r ntii l vit" one-hal of thli
iofer f-o the it ofhl the, d(t are areh
hled. lst n therain twe ollyi wy by
Much h 111\1. 1..'411epl 14 caul he eni.lav\d.
One thouiild four hlnlllre.d y',,irs of
ontr rigltn, and then light broke in itilt
et. Thei Nw c Worldl woth diov t re ml,
riht. old and ilver frou the Neti World
re ivld c 'i\o iz tion ill the Ohl. Wheoin
1i1111 got lnlu1Vy the3\ ,:ain a,.1t-Ied their
righty, theirht Dorublic intee, thaoft
h.ul ont 'rn.hd ht Or intiraction bei
rihtuo, ut wer rave neved. - tor . u 1,
i rle alt in \ot lapulbih,
The Populiasts will shortly cotm
Slen ele the THbliEllion of a State
organ itt Natchitellt s. Mr. F.
3Maclieli, recently editor of the
Montgomery Mail, will be editor
and publisher and Mr. II. L.
Brian, formerly of the Wrinn par
ss Comrade, will h t astsoiate ed i
tor. The nae of the tte. journal
will be the Lhe ANA PPUit everST.
The first issue of tirte new Thiin
party paiper, TE LOt thANA hePo
ULIST, appeared on Monday. It
iwas a eatly llrinted six colmi, four
plage paiper, with p. F. e hashen,
ediitor and business manager, II.
L. lrian, associate editor, anl d W.to
. Lathagm, publisher.t i
The POPULIST thus modestly an
"Whe says tre oheve to ' nihl up the
great inbetterest of the coIullntry and
have eask the co-operationul outf ll theu.
golo citizens of the great city of
have )' right is tt Aiericai citi
ze to express ou lr opinions and wel
IIii ie donie without enugering
Illl,-ons Itanl & S u.ll.;