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LOUISIANA POPULIST.
FRIDAY, March 5, 1897.
Clhurch Services.
Slrvices at the MAth.odist church eve
ry First and Third Sunday at 11 a. i!.,
and 7:80 p. mn., by the Pastor. IH. W.
Rickey. Prayer meeting every Wednes
day night at 7:30 p, m.
IAPrrisr-T-M. E. Weaver, pastor. Re^
ular ierviees, seconl and forth Sundays.
11 ta u.. and 8. p. In ; Sunday School, 10
O. m.; Prayer nm:etiug, Weldneshlay, S p.
in. All invited.
Lodges.
Pbhnix Lodge No. 38, A. F. & A. M.
ST.O alliou. W. M.: J. C. 'ITric:hljr., S~ec.
Meets first and third Wedndcsdlay.s, at 7
Cantle Hall No. 89, Knitlits of Pythias
-J. 1. llrceda, C. !.; Adolph LTlTerisont,
K. of R. 8. Meets second and fourth
Thursdays, at 8 i. nm.
Mr. E. J. Gamble of St. Man
rice, was in our city Monday zat
tending court.
The good ladies of the Baptist
church are collecting funds to put
in some more seats, which are nec
essary to accommodate the large
congregations that attend there.
Wanted.
We want 500 customers to buy
B. IL Pants.
Williams, Weaver & O'Quin.
A residence on corner of 4th
and St. Denis streets, belonging to
Mrs. E. Nores, was completely
destroyed by fire on last Priday
night. The house was occupied by
Mr. John Pearson and family.
who saved most of their furniture.
A juvenile party was in progress
at the house, and a fire in a seldom
used chimney started the blaze
through its defective flue. There
Ms $500 insurance, leaving a net
osu of about $300.
If you want to see the prettiest
line of Shirt Waists in town. Ca'll
on Williams, Weaver & O'Quin
the have them, and prices to lead
$11 competitors.
' he Supreme Court has decided
.I e iTease case from this parish
a 1favor of Licenses, so if some
Other tack is not taken by the pro
blMtioUtsts, the saloons will soon
licn fll blast once more in the
uant City.A No decision was
1-id i: t.h Sherif's case. It will
nlot now be read until next Mon
4~Wi1o Clark stands
dk nowi A the kead and
pp ahejgj --~ has given the
ilto.ll high prices and
l-T' Work-;is motto is to live
8j,. When you come to
 i~habtlaat~d let him re
a :iB$ right dollar will
a son of hev.
eo fBoyos, is in the
t s a elass Ifn Pen.
Prtof. A.
teachiar at
Stclagmduate
.: s[: ee .; '..
f4 3:
'I ~ ·:
Court Pro(tcc(illngs.
The civil term of the Dist rict
Court with a jiury do jure, opened
last Monday with Jud&ge E. North
Cullom presiding, District Attor'
ney Brc'azeale, 15 jurors, and the
local bar present.
The following case. were dis
posed of up to Wednesday night :
State vs. Love Bradley-.Assalt
with dangermis weap:,,n. P1 ,:(l
guilty ; F10 an,! costs, or k30 clays
in jail.
State vs. Pierre Leblrun-As;;lt
with dangerous wcapon ; tried and
clea'red.
State vs. Hunt Parker, Jr., T'Ires
pass. Plead guilty ; 10 andri costs,
or 15 !lays in jail.
State vs. Nelson Lewis-- money
under falso pretenses. PIlead guil
ty: parish jail m 1110. and costs.
-State vs. Charley Jones-cruel
ty to animals. Convicted ; $lu and(
costs, or 20 days in jail.
State vs. Chas. Smith-Carrying
concealed weapons. lTried and con
victed ; 815 and costs, or 2;J days.
State vs. Peter Johnson Jr.,-
racing, etc. Plead guilty; 810
and costs, or 20 days.
State vs. Jno. -No!,y-S.elling
whikey without licno; noll, pr'os.
state vs. Billy Carsoni-Larccny.
Tried and found not guilty.
State vs. Albert Jones-Carry
ingl concealedt weapons. Plead
gtilty ; 4 days in jail.
State vs. Fra"nk IIarris-Carry
ing conceald(.i weapons. Plead guil
ty; t15 and costs, or 20 dlays,
S~:ate vs. Riobt. Livingston-as
sault with dangerous weapon.
Plead guilty; $10 and costs, or 30
days.
State vs. Oscar HIaygood-La r
cony. 2 counts.' Plead guilty; 21
months Penitentiary.
State vs. Calvin Hillyard-Sell
ing whiskey without license, Con
victed; $100 and costs, or 30 days.
State vs. Gus Lignoski-Selling
whiskey without license. Tried;
convicted. .ot yet sentenced.
State vs. Gus Fontenot-selling
whiskey without license. Plead
guilty; $100 and costs, or 30 (lays.
State vs. Jno. S&arhorough-
selling whiskey without license.
Tric(d and cleared.
State vs. Tonoy Curry-selling
whiskey without license. Tried
and found guilty; $150 and costs,
or 60 days.
State vs. Edw'd. Davion-assault
with a dangerous weapon. Plead
guilty. Not yet-sentenced.
State vs. Jim Coleman-assault
with dangerous weapon. Tried
and convicted; $25 and costs, and
30 (lays, or in default 60 (lays.
St ate vs. John Lacour-larceny.
Tried and cleared.
State vs. Charley Gay-assault
ataid lattery. Plead guilty; $50
and costs, or 60 days.
IMass-mneeting in Ward 2.
At a Massmeeting held at Pleas
ant Hill church in- ward 2, Feb
roary 26, 1897, Hon. M. it. Joy
nor was made Chairman, and Dr.
W: G. Saunders, Secretary.
Mr. J. R. Weaver, member of the
Parish Relief Committee, offered
the following resolutions, which
were, tnanimously adopted:
Whereas, After making a care
ful canvass of the ward as to the
extent of destitution, we find that
there are twenty-five hundred peo
pile whoare in destitute circumstan
ce e owing tO the failure of last years
or.p Manly of them have nothing
to subsist upon except what they
rentiV from donations front the
,itat, they havenothing to eat ex
cept corn bread; no tmeat flour,
Sp or anything else, and noth
i1 to feed their stock on; we find
thhave enough bread-stuff to
Sabowt weeks, by that
ie'l be consumed,
adthe n -ui they get further
the i tr will beap
h·rie* ~b~e it resolved, that
bel lai massmeeting as
*pla'- _espeoully ask our State
uReUts Committees in the
n 0ieo emi humanity to con
l ~ors in behalf of these
p pl until they can
c rop,
pit~rth keeolved, that we
th views of Chairman
**eState advisory com
r vieito king th State
ro ci e Fvedl tiha we
S_.tat e
0·· I
'The a:l,ovC meietin, was c hl.i last
Fri'i'lay. 'hey had but :3 weel.'h
r:ttions then, and only bread. In
2 weeks. more , bouit ;(00) p)oph.
in tl:'se two w'ards will be" without
re;,l. Bly a notice from our Par
is.h Relief Coninitte appearing
elsewhere it will be seen that the
little help now in sight mnust be
confined to the widows and orphans.
Are we going to let our fellow
men starve right in sight and hoar
ing of u:?
Why don't our relief committee
take illup personal collections right
hore at home ? As stated last week,
we will give $5.00, and there are
those here who could give $10i00
with less sacritice.
Sonething must be done.
A fresh hAnid attractive line of
Spring' Dry Goods, at Williams,
W\eaver & O'Quin.
YOUNG
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Sent bY express or mail, on receipt of prlei
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BETWEEN
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SOUTIIEAST.
Cannon Bal Train
8HORTEN8 ONE HOUR IN TIME.
Lea~ve Fort Horth, 7:05.a. m.; Dallas
8:05 a. m.; Union Depot, 8:15 a. m. Ar
rives St. Louis, 7:25 a. m. next day.
IMIITD IVENING EXPRESS.
HA8 BEEN QUICKENED
9 HOUSb TO ST. LOUIS AND
THE EAST,
S HOURS TO MEMPHIS.
One Hour to N'ew Orleans.
a0nLn TWO TrS
BETWEEN
Texas anrt eowt York.
Pullman Bain et Sleepong Cars to
Set. Louis, Chicago, New;0rleans
and Pacific Coast.
Through day Coaches each way be
tween Fort Worth and Memphis.
For Tickets and forther information,
call on or address your sepin arest ticket
Agent or
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3ld Vice-Plfeie & Ge. gn.r. Ge. P[ae. & Tk. Agt
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*. R. CARBBOLL,
Watchmaker & Jewreler.
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WATCHES, CLOOKS and all
kinds of JEWELRY rephired on
short notice, andlstisfaction guar
anteed.
Orders taken for .fine watches
am{ jewelry.
S4pzeolacting the .very -liberal
ange ived . for the past
, hwa iporesaeod our force
jifactillot t f:doing Arst class
 ~d abilicit the trade. :
iour sijn on St. l)enis, near
y:~irt stb a~ tohe, a
We Zgmna-W s[Utntom!i.l
The Old Reliablo AxanacaN NoxcowpoapRtlr
is again in the family that gave it birth, and is edleo
brating lito return by a more vigorous, bold and out
spoken demand for radical reforms than any other
journal of national circulation. It is edited and pub
lished by Prof. C. Vincent, who is well known as
apolitical speaker it more than 20 states. It is spicy
but not iconoclastic; brlght,but not bitter; logical
and profound, but not dry and prosy. In short, it is
just what every Populist familyshouldread,and every
populiat should delight in extending itacirculation in
ie locality. Itsa dprtunta are
A most completo news service
1EW , is give n and no other Populist
aper gviesflll Market Reporta
MARKET that are equal to thoso of the
IRPOBTS, great dailies.
Its "'open conrt" where anyone
PEOPLES' may say what he pleases, is
OBUUM . worth many times the coat of
the paper.
Here is found the cream of the
reform thought of the nation.
The exchange department Is in
EXCiANGEi charge of a special editor to
COL)LUJ4M, that a subscription to the o
coiNPoRNTar is equal to taking
a wagonload. You get the best
from all in the one.
Among it regular contributors
are Hen. John Davis, Heon. W.
Spelal A. Petler, Prof. lBidpath, Rev.
lorrespondene, Myron Reedanda host of others
whose writings are sought with
eagerneesand read withinterest
It keeps its readers informed on
the work of Congress. No other
soagrcslonal , paper has so high a reputation
Doings. as the NONVO,'ORIxsT for
furnishing full information on
public matters.
It is the NEWSIEST, BRIGHTEST, SPICIEST
and ABLEST Populist paper in the United States,
and It is read in every quarter of the otuntry. Itis
a six column, 8 page weekly journal of estabhlihed
reputationndecirculation, foundedin 1879. Subscrip
tion price, $1.00 year. Trial trip. 3 months, 25 cents.
Send postal card for samuple copy. Address,
AM. NONCONFORKMIST.Intlanapolls, TInd
D. C. SCA11OR:O:Gil . 3. I. CAHRVE.
SCARIBOROULGII & CARVER,
Attorneys at Law.
NAT I ITOCEIS, IA.
Will p:actie in the l)i'trtit ('our' in
the a'is .he of Natt hit, .,es 1R *" ivr
and S:tlbilt', a7nd in t!ie Spir, in: C('ourt
of Louliala::. and thl! Ir. S. )District aind
Circuit C(OurtQrs fur the Western l)i-trie
of Lotui:lna, jun 17-1y
Namuel J. IIclnry,
Attorney at Law.
NATCII'ToCIIHES, LA.
Will practice in all the State and Fed
rial Con t it.
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15 Wasbl:lgot St, Nw York Ciy, and lII S. 11th St., St. Lculs, Mi.'
G. IL Prothro,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
" NATCHITOCHES LA.
Diseases of Women and Chil
iron a speciality.
Office in theoTrichel:Drug, Store.
may31-1y.
* 8
RE 'BO8 BA ER.
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CHARLEY TUCKER, who
presides over the FAMOUS. Ton
soral Parlors on ~nd Street, near
the Courthouse, will give you the
best and quikest slavc in town.
+:: dc quting in all t~ latest
Styý i e to prfectiorl (,Uotj
blia
RHEU, AISM, NEURALGIA, an telous cu.
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it has already done to relievo the suitering 13 told in thousands of
letters of grateful praisce.
Mir. 7. P. imeburnert widrly knownr for nany earl as the sar&cJ represeltative o/
I&- 1 oparlidts and Fret JSilv"cr Presi of the UcaJd States, has keiniy forwarded IAM
folluowing lettr (or public d n:
DEAB Snm-I am anxious for the Fake of the suffering and out of gratitude to you to
give my personal endorsement cf your wonderful remaedy. (in the Hth of January, 1897,
Iwas in Washington and was suddealy seized with an agcrnevated; ctuo of inflammatory
rheumatism; so tevoro and rlinful wat the att;ck t.ut within 21 hours my left arm .was
paralyzed and I was only able to dress with assi.tsantc. I secured a bottle of 5 DROPS
and took a dose that night, rubbing somtc on t:c'ti:mtlll as directed. The following
morning I was sunrpriedi to f:nd L3vtuf iiamnemreh'y rcl'ayvd, and continuing treatment
woke the second morning cured. Mly armnn wsLa ahluto:y frn from paitn, and all swelling
and stifunesa had disappeared. The gqu:knss eand c(~u:i,l:uness of ty cure was re
mnarkable. I havO known for ovr a 'a;r cf the e;reat curati\'v roperties ol your medicine
and have tveral friends who havu btenl eurcd by it of Neuralgia, Catarrh and Asthma.
Wishing you every success and trusting that those siiliarly afflicted will at least
give this remedy a trial. Sincerely yours J. P LIMEBURNEB,
Burcau of PIeulist and efornm t'apers. Old SIxh /Excrtknge Baildicg, C/icrago,,l
CURES THE INCURABLE.
Dnaw Stre:--I would like to thank you for your sreat remedy, "5 DROPS," and tell
ern what it bha done for nm. I had Kheimnuataisr in every joint and In the heart ;and I
ad Catarrh of thy head for ;sj year, I was so poorly that I lost the use of oy legs ana arms,
and could not tu ve withount lain. I wa. so crippled, that I had done but little work for
seven years, and our family phvysician, a good doctor, told de that my Rheumatism
and (rtarrh were incurable, and I believed him. hut now, after using "a DROPS" only
two momi,~!s, I can truly u ay I have not felt to well for seven yearn. This medliine does
mere than ,, clnte-d for it. At this tinme my Catarrh is much better, and 1 have scarcely
any Riheuntuatitm at all aUhd the heart weakness and pain are gono. My hearing is now goo
and mi cyesight in much better. I have gained more than 1 punds of esh and can do
a full dav'wo.:': it is the best medicine I over saw to give a mother who has a young child,
for it hua the tu.e effect on th c.hild as on the mother. It wards off Croup and cures the
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Ja . Yours reepectfully, WM. M. KELLEMS,
,Jan. 29, 86. Sibocria, Perry Co, Ind,
Wa received the followiaz4 letter froes Mr. 7. 7. Wilson ep' Omahla, 111 Mr. Wilsos has
ern for many years an inv-lid, and Yreain' the above leter w.. .A.. was fublo.red, wrote Mr.
'el_ ms, as/rir g if hi rrr s C dr zvus a , and recci,d:kms reply, whiak ;.;.frJardsds,.
MR. J. J. WILSON.
DEAR bIur:-Your litter of recent date at hand, thetestimonial youu speak of is genuine.
The company who ranufactures and sells "5 Drops' published my testimonial just ua
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Dr. S. W. lellems my brother, uses "s Drops" in his practice, and joins mein, -
dorsing this great tledny. ieo says for a case like yours it is a positive cure.
Sept. 21, 19n. bIl. W. XI. AND DR. 6. W. KELLE S.
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yI
The State NormalSchool,
NATCHITOCHES. LA.
Maintained by the State forthe training of
Teachers. Affords thorough prepara
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Full course of Academic study, practical training in \th art o
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