THE WEEKLY POPULIST
FItIDAY, October 12, 1894.
MirTinorT, SCTraT- N. E. J.Vr1re, pan
toi. Iegular serice.P, Aidrey, 11 a,. m.,
,nld i :15 p, m.: tn1ndayT ,c.ho0l. 10 a. m :
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a. in.; 'ray: er ir ,eting, \\1 etinei. . 1 p.
in All ii, ited.
Phefnix olCe N,, .i. A. F. & A. & M.
.I. W \' .lees, . ',1'. M.: .1 E. B ,rea. ""e'ty.
Meets first and third \V.dhlritesd lxs, at 7
C dstle 11.ll No. > K, i>ghtt of I iiiias
-J. E. lirea, C. ' : Adolph I.'''. ies.i,
K. of R . Meets i ,cln,,d :laid lutirth
Tlhiursdal 3 at S p. iu.
Osur Aulhorized .agents.
- J lamnble. Natchluth. . La
I Frtis .I MontiU.ter LI
Wt W naIth. Vilah.. La
.lutiul I.und. Port (iLbsuo. MIls
N V PauiL Fairnumelt. La
'f H. flamuiltol, ('ouhatlta l.
W L Sht Lelford Io ' a, . l.I
Wim Oglesby. Guy. Is.
t. ('. Watsnu, BLck Creek. I.a.
.1 W. 'Self .T- Wa', 1..
r H. II. McCain St. M ..i,- L.
V. Eagles. Jr. arthage, La
,. M lBair. AtlanILt l.a
A. IM Si, w rt. 'lll,. 'a.
J \ Brown. Alph. 1..1
1i. N McLeani Al,.aLria. l.a
W. M Mclean. ('lear Lak.- Lu.
W. V'. Teaglle. juuai, La
V LI.. Parker. Loganp,.ri. 1.a
Samuel J Henry. 'atich;.theut , L.a
Feliz Walker G(anzaille, La
lula Sh:ckelford. Boyc L. 1
J. M. Abel. Winnfi.:lI.. La.
.lames Carter, Watatrille, L~
Dr A P. Collins, Sills. l.a.
flThe alaire Sr our author izcd agents tI, ,., it ami
receipt for alubertptiame.
Mr. E. .1. Gainble. of Natclhitches. haIi
kindly ronsealted to art a:n noir agent in
aoliCiting slubsrIllptions., adl4ertiselnrtts,
job work. and also collecting. And we
give special notice that he ia fulls nlu
thorized to collect and receipjt for :ill I,;
and also to contract foir the piape:r, "ithler
in subscriptions, job work ci :rtvlrutl.inng.
Mr. T. N. Arriligtoii call.-(i on its
Mr. A. E. Lewee was in our
Mr. S. H. Garner: greeted our
sanctum on Wednesday.
We were pleased to receive a
call on Monday tfrom Mr. 8. 1).
Mr. L. Chopin, President of the
Natchitoclhes Oil Mill. c:lledl on us
We were pleased to receive a
call from Mr. Rudolph Bernstein,
of Richardville, on Tues.lay.
On Saturday last a ear load of
cottoll was destroyed Iay fire on the
Nathllitoehe.8 Rilroad at Brevell's
Mr. A. K. Ulover, of this city,
who has been sick some days, is
out again, and paid us a pleasant
call on Monday.
We publish a letter this week
from a planter at Couley, which we
think is entitled to the considera
tion of professional men.
Dr. N. J. Little was in our office
on -Wednesday, and reported his
wife and daughter, Lina, right
sick. Hope they will soon recover.
Dr. W. T. Williams, our genial
youang friend of Cane river, greet
ed our sanetaum with his presence
mon Wednesday. Come again Doc
tor, glad to see yon.
Messrs Albert Jackson and B.
O. McCain, two model young men
of Montgomery, were our visitors
Sunday. Come often young geants,
we are always glad to see you.
Rev. Chas. Thorp, of Alexan
dris, will bold divine services at
the Trinity Episcopal Church,
Tuesday uight, 16th inst., and
Wednesday, the 17th. at 11 a. m.
Mr. Chas. Harder, of the Boston
Clothing 8tore, has returned from
Boston and New York with a large
stock of clothing, which he will
sell to his uenstomers at hard time
Mr. James O. Maybin, of Ward
3, eaIled on as last Monday and
eperts that the People's party is
galaliag rapidly. Mr. Maybin is
very enthusiastce, and says that
the peopl ame going to see a fair
eanat this i..
The Oomas Ollub has the thabnks
.1 the PoruuITr f stat r eompli
aitsry tickets of admiiom. This
dub i strtely literary and lselal.
We wee told by Mr. Olve that
pg blig sad drilabag wm p
--'-d frem the clab.
Grand Bally and Barbecue,
At Natchitoches, La.. on Fri
day. the -L;th day of Ouctuher,
1'94. The meeting ,vill he ad
dtlressed by lion. Evan .Jones, of
Texas, Hon. B. W. Bailey, of
'Wiun. and other prominent rpeak
ors. T'IL, will ie an atunldancie
of provislions on the gre lad) and
reverylol,ty is invite I to come, aill
hear these l)rom; ient gentlemu:n
discua the issues of the (tay from
the I'eople's party standpoint.
Come one, c·m le all, and Iring
your friends. No matter what
your politics ma\ Ie, you will he;ar
something to your interest.. Don't
fail to be here.
T, register, and if you have al
ieaidy registered go and see tlhat
pon i ir*ae is on tihe books right.
'Th'le Registrar %%ill be at the court
house froim now until the election.
Then be snare you go and vote a;ll
see youl \'ote counted.
1\ white frust was visible on thle
morning of the 8th, the first of the
The cditr hias beet sick thiis
weel and we trust ol ll ireders mayIni.
overlook ;:ry shortcouiiimgs in i tlie
Messrs-. Ilall y (mible. W\. NeI
kin and Leopold Kaflie, le-ft fir the
State University at Bitoen liouge
('ol. L. F. (C'opeland. "Prince. of
Orators." will dcliver his Normal
course of lecturlles ;lt the (toluts
(lhi, on Friday, Oct. 26th, 1891.
Mr. J. A. I)ucourieaen. ,IJr, has
gonle to New Or-leans, wherllr he ex
piects to lay in a large supply of
iintei goxods for his hosts of ens,
.lihldlinig cotton in New O)leians
W.edlnesday show\s ianother declinel
of 11 Itrh and is ruling a;t d ll-16ths.
)on't you think you had better
vote her straight.
Our fellow-townsmen Mr. .1. 11.
Carver, is all .smiles this week on
account of the airi\ al of a second
daughter, who imade her appear
ance on last Thursday morning.
Mr. .T. B. Tucker, of the firm of
Lemee & Tucker. insurance agents,
left \Vednesolay m rliiig i)or Alex
an•dria. Boyce nald Colliax, solicit
ing business for his tirlm. We wish
We" inadvertently neglected to
mention last week that that enter
prising merchant of St. Mauiice,
Mr. E. W. Tedd!ie, was in the city
on Saturday. He came over to
bring his step-daughter, Miss Alma
Milling, to the Normal school.
John A. Williams, Esq., the ris
ing young attorney of Colfax, call
ed on us Wednesday. We always
have a hearty handshake for our
genial friend "John," and trust that
he may make it convenient to call
Mr. E. D. Townsend, of East
ern, Texas, is here with a lot of
fine horses and mules for sale
or to trade for cattle. It will pay
you to see his stock and get hisl
prices, which youcan do by call
ing on him or Dr. N. J. Little,
agent, at Natchitoches, La.
We are unable to get the vote in
the late primary election. It is
considered, however, that the vote
is very close and will require an
oficial conot to determine the re
asult. But so far as can be snecer
tainedi now, Hon. HI. W. Ogden is
Mr . W. 8. Greneaux has been
appointed by Mr. HII. M. Hyams,
Clerk of the Coort, as member ofi
the board of supervisors of elec
tion. This is an excellent appoint
ment and we believe one that will
give satisfaction to all. We be
lieve that if it is in his power Mr.
Greneanx will give us a fair elec
tion. Our Clerk is to be congrat
nolated upon his seleetion.
We call special attention to the
card of Messrs. Lemee & Tncker.
which appears in amother eolumn
of this irsee. These gentlemen
have aresciated themselves to
g-ther in the businesr of Are ned
life iesurnee, as well as notarial
work. They aee well quollled4d
we eheertully resemmend them to
our resrs for anything in their
S('tlUMAN'.-At his residence
on Cane liver, at 3:40 o'clochk p. i.,
Thl'lurslday, (October 4th, 1894, LIE,
RY T SCalUMAN. aged 36 years.
Mr. Schmanllll wais a Ihative of
.atchitlochles parish, and havinug
lived a consistent, honorable life,
was enrldotrild to all who knew him.
lie il:cd iji the faith of the Catilo.
Iinc i'gioll by whic ch (urch he was
buried, lie leaves a %idlow and
six childrell, beiles a. host ofl
frieuds to, miourn his loss andI to
whiou we extend the syntpiathies of
There will ie public spcaking at I
Pace's school house in Ward 4.
Natchitoches parish. La., on Sat
urday, the :ith day of O()ctober,
1h94. lion. I1. L. Brian and
Judge M. F. Machen will address
the pe,'ople upon, the issues of the
.J. W. TI('uKER and others.
A a\hite emnocrat shot hot an kill
ed a %l bite Populist ill Atlauta,
(la., over a political dislpute. lid
biothl fticlilots are alriiiing themii
selves ;litd serious trouble is ex
We have received a letter friom
our frienld M. .1. WV. Self; Jr., of
\. ,IcO, iiin Wiard 10, this parish,
givinlg us encouragilig news. He,
tells Ius the I'People's party is oli ai
hoonl and will give a large majority
for lion. B. \\. BIale3. Our friendl
"\VWhit" is a hustler iand knot s a hat
he is talkiing a:lluit.
The Police ,lIry havet nu:'ho ized
its presidentiit to contract withl Mr.
L. 8. Leversetlge, agenlt of tlihe
ouigstowill Bridge Colllpallly, to
constrluct atll . it-on bridge across
lBayou latchez below Bayou Nat
ichez StaltiOln, to cost $1,975.0i0.
The pro, cedings of the Police Jury
will appear next week.
We were highly honored on Sat
,Irday with a visit from a bhvy of
charming young ladies, consisting
of Misses Mattie Williams, Jennie
Jackson and Lelia Holston. The
first two are accomplished young,
ladies from Montgomery, and the
latter the estimable daughtbr of
our highly esteemed citizen, McK.
Ilolston. C'ome again young la
dies. your bright smiles and cheer
ful countenances have a tendency
to "drive dull care away."
Mr. John Trichbel, Sr., one of our
genial mnerchalrnts, called around
Monday and gave us aº pleasant
chat. fi is President of the Po
lice Jury and says in regard to
road matters the Police Jury have
made as strong laws as poisible
and yet the roads are not worked.
We are glad this road question is
assuming a prominent place in pub
lie sentiment, for if there is any
thing that serves as an index to the
public spirit of a country good
roads certainly are one. We hope
this question will not rest here.
We learn with sadness of the
death on the 8th inst., of Mrs. El-.
mina Harrison. wife of Mr. W. O.
lHarrison of Montgomery, La.
The subject of this sketch was the
daughter of Judge A. V. Ragan,
who died a few years previous.
8he was for a long time prier to
her death a consistent member of
the Methodist church, living as she
hoped to die. She leaves a hus
band, seven children, a brother and
two sisters, as well as a host of
friends to mourn her loss, to whom
we extend the sympathies of tihe
NtPrim election returns for
Ward. Ogden. Watkins.
1 129 20
2 16 lt
4 69 16
5 19 4
6 8 26
7 41 59
8 15 4
9 106 10
10 57 $6
Major A. L. Cox, of Texas, will
-address the people of Grant parish
at the following places :
Montgomery, Wednesday, Oct.
17th, p. m.
Summertield, Thursday, Oct.
18th, 10 a. m.
Colfax, Thursday, Oct. 18th, p.
Fairfield, Friday, Oct. 19th, 10
Oak Grove, Friday, Oct. 19th,
HoustoDn's Creek, Saturday, Oct.
20th, 10 a. m.
Nugent, Saturday, Oct. 20th, 7
T).('t fsIl t- he-aR him.
THE BOSTON cTOTHINGSI 'Uh
Il-;s oipenued in this City, with a HnoV a.rI sphledidlv antsrt~d stock of
Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes, flats, Caps, &c., &c.,
Which art, bi,,: od r,:d at, WHOLESALE and RETAILs, at prices never betor blea.rl o( fi: t.i: cda:,nuity.
Bear in mind that our Stock has purchased recently, at very low figures, owin; to the scarl-
ty of Money. Evcry Garment is of the Latest Style, Best Material and Workmanship
We havenoSHELF WORN G33D3, W3 hiva n) SS3XDD-HND O)D3, ieary thin; u B3W1D N3' .ii :-"
Give us a Call, ONE visit will convince you that we are the champions of goro,
GOODS for the least MONEY.
Nearly opposite the Iron Bridge, NATCHITflCHEi, La.
A. E. LEYFE. JAS B Tt'KgER I
LEMEE &. TUCKER,
Aft-- AND NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Represr'nting first-class comp anies that have sueessfullv held out
and comb.at(ed general business depression. We ate prepared to write
Policies of Insurance on Dwelling Houses, Country S:ores, Stocks of
Merchandise, Gin Houses, Furniture and all immovable poperties.
Personal inspections and insurance arranged without extra cost. All
policies written in our office.
REPRESENTING NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Also representing Caldwell & Judah, Investment Bankers, of
Memphis, Tenn. Money loaned on improved river lands, from 3 to
10 years, at reasonable rates of interest.
Real Estate bought and sold, and rents collected on commission,
A Notary Public always in office. Write or give us a call.
Ofice, SECOND STREET,
The speaking advertised for Oak
Grove, Grant parish, on the 19th
of October, has been changed to
Fairfield and will be at 10 o'clock
a. mi., and will be at Oak Grove at
7 p. m., same day. There will be
no speaking at Bruce's mill.
T. J. CHIANDLEn and others.
A iull liae of cooklig,
heatig and oil .ttoves, at
J. A. DUCOURNAU & SON.
To show you the big
gest bargains in Suits,
Hats and Caps for
Men and Boys ever
brought to Montgom
ery. That's saying a
good deal, but you will
say so too when you
see thenm. It will not
cost you anything to
look at them and it
Save You a Few Dollars.
I. L. LOWE,
S16 acres of land on Cane river. 2f
mile, above City of Natchitoches. The
plnate has a splendid dwelling; 5 Cabins
and other outhouses. 125 acres in culti
vation this year. I will sell this place
with the mules on it very cheap. and on
easy terms of payment.
JNO. A. BARLOW.
Samuel J. ®emry,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in all the State and Fed
Succession of Lee Primus.
A. P. GALLION having applied to be
appointed administrator of the Soceess
ion of Lee Primes, notice is hereby
givem to all persoos interested to show
canse why the application should not be
granted within 10 days hereof.
H. M. HYAMS.
j Cle k, 1- . . ..t.?. ' . C n, d L"
NT. DENIS STREET,
NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA. .
ORSES, 1ACKS & BUGGIES ON HIRE
BUSSES TO TRAINS.
We are prepared to furnish commer
cial travelers with first-class accommo
dations in the livery line.
The housing of stock a specialty, hav
ing room for 150 head at one tilie.
Prompt Attention, Day or Night.
IrAll cal!. at night promptly attend
ed to by our night watchman.
Chas. L. Devarennes,
Manager and Proprietor.
I am :nlly prepared to snpply at low
est prices the beat and most reliable
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
STEAM PUMPS, INSPIIRA
TORS, INJECTOItS, PIPES,
JET PUMPS, STEAM FIT
TINGS, BOILER TUBES,
Glass Water Tubes, Patch Bolts,
Gins, Presses, Saw Mills, Cane'
Mills, Lubricators, Lubricating
Oils, Packing, Belting,
And specialtiies in repair material with a
guarantee in filling order,. Information
given on all matters concerning Steam
Machinery. Pipe Fitting dune on short
CHAS. H. LEVY, Agt.
Boarding, Day or Week.
MRS. A. GARZA,
emooa Utmt, nar Splacopal Church,
Excellent fare at reasonable rates.
pesial term to Nrmal seold PqOp
Do you feel inclined to take a glass of
cold Leer, or choice Wine or Liquors,
got a SQUARE MEAL, and then smoke a
good Cigar. If you do to that popu
lar resort, the Saloon and Restaurant of
GEO. W. ADAMS,
Corner Second and St. Dennuis Sts.,
Vatch eches, La.
Su-ieribe for the P-s !r i'f.
F;or Wounds, Burns, Bruises,
Sialils, Sprains or Injuriest of any
snatur., Colic, Cramps, T)iarrheat
Flux, Sore Throat, Sore Eye.s or
Inflammation oft any character,
stands to-day without a peer. For
Colic, Botts, Foot Evil, Fistula and
Scratches iin stock it has No EQUAL.
Sherroulse Medicino Co.:
Mý trade decdledly prefers Dr. I'icthe.
nor's Autiseptic to any thing of its ktud
on this market, anud they will not a& c:pt
the Imitatious when taevy can help thran,
selves. JOHN I. McCAIX.
My experience with the use and sale of
Dr richenor's Antiseptic has been indeed
batisat'ct.ory. I can str'ngly eulortse it
uIs a good uedicine.
tV. O. HItRRISON.
I have been using Dr. richenor's An.
tisoptic for years, and can highly rocnaw
meud it as a most excellent family inedi
clue. I decidedly prefer it to any of the
imnita tion a.
GEO. L. ETHRIDGE, P. M.
For cuts, burns, bruises, etc.. there is
nothihg better than Dr. a'ichouor'a An
tiseptic. MAJOR H. V. McCAIN.
Dr. Tichenor's Antiseptic is so well and
favorably known throughout this section
that it hardly needs any recommendation.
I always carry it in stock and find it the
best seller I handle in that line.
J, W. DYSON,
I have handled Dr. fichenor's Antisel
tit for seeeral years, and found it decid.
edly the beat seller of its kinl I ever
saw. 1 have also handled the isnitations
but the large majority of my trade pro
ferred Dr. I ichenor's.
B. A. FORTSON.
ST. MAI:RICE, La., June 9, 1894.
I can strongly recommend Dr. Tiche
nor's Antiseptic. for I have nesed and sold
it for years and therefore know it to he
all they claim for it.
E. W. TFDDLI.
CLARENCE, La.. .June 8, 1894.
I have been using and selling I)r. Tl'lrh
cnor's Antiseptic for years with entire
satisfaction to myself and trade. I amis
never without it in my house or store.
None of the im:Latious wial take atl lilny
customers. W. A. RA4GAN.
It is but justice to ourselves and
the public that we warn you
against the many iuitations of Dr.
Tichbmor's Antiseptic. Reanetaber
hIis is the original and hest.
Sherrouse Medicine Co.,
Sew Orleans. La.
General lnsuramee Agent.
Policies issued at his office on the best
Foreign and Hlome Companies. ang24.
;ICAMPTI OIL MILL.!
J. W. FREEMA N,
and 1i. P. HA YNE,
-Hg s mrtpc pif--
Highest market price paid for
cotton seed. For further mnforma
tion, apply to
W. P. IIAYNE,
,ept. 21. Campti, La.
M. A. RODMAN.
S (20 y'ears at the Bench. )
. ATCHITOCHES, LA
SWork sent by Mail or Exus to mea or
parties named below will receive prompt
CluAs. H. Lsvv, SAn'.. J. HLar,
(iso. W. ADAMs, J. H. COeGtOVE.
Job work must, be Ltiu:r for *
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