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us have um your valuable oCAsc I
SYRS san And them perfeet. Couldn't do
without them. I have aed them for some time E
tr liadg tion andbllloumnese and am now com*
1 cured. Recommend them, to every one. i
sq tried, yon will never be without them isn
tse amrea.'- -w. A. MAmI, Albany, K Y.
Pleeast, Palatable. Potent Taste Good. Do
Good, Never stmen. Weaken, or Gripe, 10, too. o.
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FRIDAY, February, 10, 1899.
Lawyers and litigants don't seem
to know it, but they can get their 1
sales and all legal advertising done
in this paper for just half what it
will cost in the Enterprise.
Feb'y has furnished us any thing
but pleasant weather so far. Old
Winter is showing his teeth.
Wishing to know the truth in re
gard to their health should not fail
to send for a valuable and new 64
pe Booklet which will be sent i
LEE for a short time to those
who metion this paper. This book
in published by the celebrated phy
sicans and specialists-l)r. Hatha
way & Co., of 337 St. Charles St.
New Orleans, La., whom. you
should addres. Write to-day.
Mr. 'James Salter of Sparta,
iSllville parish, wa in town
Tsday o business at the Land
Oece, sad called around to renew
hid subsoription. He is one of the
veteran reformers of his parish,
having been a Greenbaeker 20
The treaty of peace between the
United States anadSpain, as signed
by the commissioners of the two
'countries at Paris, a couple of
menths agone, was ratified by the
U. 8. Senate,. Monday, by the re
aquired two.thirds vote-57 to 27.
bi-"ere is hardly a doubt that the
Spnltsh Cortes will ratify, and that
ueuds the quarrel. As soon now
:'a ecan gse Aguinoldo a much
l:eided speaking, we will pursue
'°the even tenor of our way.
;: We heartily recommend Dr.
.t rw &Co., o.f 3S St. Charles.
SOrleans, La, as bein
reiabe and remarkably
S in the treatment of
disases. They oure
ien il. They sever em
doetors. Our read
I' of medical held
esrtalnly write them, sand
fieelve free of charge
5 .. Thyguaratee
thed way in which the
paed editor answers a
jmpi lmth by a stock
' taAsubscriber asks:
Pilt W kiow t that
la s Th. TBetake the
aipvmi tar sad have the
4ma It bak, tmarked
$u. h & breedi s usually
Home Made Syrup.
We are not an enthusiast on "di.
versified farming." We do not
believe that it would make prices i
go up on any general line, as long
as national bankers issue a large
part of currency and control the
circulation of all the balance.
We think thht a wise Creator
made certain plants to grow in cer
tain climates, and our sunny South.
land is specially adapted to the
growth of cotton, sugar and rice, i
while it can never hope to grow
wheat, oats, corn and hogs, as
cheaply as more uortheru countries
to which these latter are better
Louisiana produces more sugar
than all the other States of the
Union combined, and the sugar
cane from which it is produced
grows well in every part ot the
State, and even in the up lands of
North Louisiana, it matures to the
length of from 0 to 8 feet, which
would manufacture from 300 to
400 gallons per acre of the best
syrup on earth.
The hill farmers all over the
State are now making this syrup
for their own use and some, to
I spare, and they do this on about
1.quarter of an acre of land. A
little 3-roller mill turned by one
horse hitched to a poll, which goes
round like the old "flying ginny,"
to squeeze out the juice, and a 3
by 7 foot, copper-bottomed pan,
called an evaporator, is all the ma
chinery necessary to manufacture
this most delicious syrup, and the
cost of an outfit rarely exceeds
No such molasses can be found
on the market because the big su
gar refineries, costing halt a mil
t lion dollars, which manufacture
I the crops of the big plantations,
extract every grain of sugar, and
i the residue, called molasses, is
considered a "by-product," or
waste, and is often run out into
ditches for the hogs.
There are factories, however,
that take this molasses at a price
little more than freight, and with
the aid of lime and other chemicals
clarify it and put it on the market
at enormous profita.
The best grades of it look al.
most as bright as honey, and thick
enough, but there is little sweet
ness or pure syrup taste about it,
and not a grain of sugar to the
gallon. People buy it though, and
Spay 40 and most generally 50 cents
I pqr gallon for it, becanse they canm
get no other, and few know of any
N3ow the home made syrup has
all the sugar ino it, has a delicious
flavor and is as far superior for
food to sugar house drippings as
the latter is to eastor oil. And
Swhen properly made, as it is now
Sa-days, it will not turn to suangar,
Snor will it sour in the middle of
We use it all the time when it
esa be had sad webave heard its
i praises sung by travelers fom the
north, east and west, from Texas
-,sad everywhere- all inquiring
i whre it eould be had, and wliy it.
was not on the market. One gen
tIeman ftom Texas says he would
* ike to ungage several ear loads of
iit ihr be esaty, and he is going to
: make an effort to get it nekt fail.
t Now why couldn't our fthrmers
B grow and manufaecture this syrup ?
B It is a demand that will grow and
Sspresd until every family tn Amer
ica -eau be sapplie4 with this most
healthy i ad platable of foods.
You ean realize from 67. to $125
to tihe aore of fairly good upland,
in the production of syrup, and
I youa haven't yet produced enough
to apply your own tablesand your
neighboring towns sad villages.
t Lt pleaunt work, mu easui.
er ad qaleher thin growing and
aarestn~ti eatton. It reluirep but
Sle i tspit~ sad eo peatamont
taf l*1inf its maasnn ture.
IThe c iawbeka l a tbe seed.
ST:mseaust impert Sed ene be
em graith eight and its
(*pw est. ease the rop
Ji $ r can~tesge masurtaIly
ever w ( it wead
wsVbrt we es t 4ea i
#Mi~i*SiB *rav~ bUir
tp l. l t'~
.100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in do:
ing its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its curative powers, that
they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for list
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
ir Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Vals with pains
hi the head,
hips and limbs.
But the' need
These pine are symptoms of
danemus derangements that
mrn be corrected. The mea
sanction should operateo
mratak me ernl painlese,
and .egu, It puts the deli.
Scate menstrual organs in condi
ten to do their ~rk properly.
And that stops all this pain.
Why will any .woman suffer
month after month when Wi.e
of Carni will, refieve her? It
costs ;.oo at the drug store. ,
~hy don't you get a bottle
For advice, In eases requiring
special directions, address, gi
g lymptoms, "The Ladies'
stdV r s t," The
Chattanooga M Co.,
. . .. . .
WI hwl atk m s
$50 In Gold!
W h be Pai ts may Ma or W.t an,
uaed r.S aulues stn
Gae s a Imt b oa
eses. smks tis.i
ifd mm usWAhe Is no ed U mit
otoarluear d ttommd mi
Aeui ritee wurio .s.oweii.
hvte te thbe hut
,Laes nd tor i
I c en aN n o. ,
SDY virtt of an order from the Civil
chitoches nId dated second day of Feb
uary, 189, ordern a sale of the pro
orty belong~ing to the swccession of M.
I wi ell nat succession sale at the late
residence ,f the deceased in the Parish
of Nathitees, l a, on r l
Ssaturdays , t th dyL of Mtarlch, 18o ,
atr 19 o'lock M.r the following des
ricibed roe ry belonginngtt the saidi
elt sc on atthela
onh hLof of southwest qun arter ofi
aotio 8 I1 township 9, anse 8, aand
Snot8thud of south easto quarter aee
b pr tI ertyh e r~laing , conthain
in c es.io, t-'wt
S or wst quarterf of south west
L qeatiuarte ction 81 township 9, rgand
no outh hplf ot south east quarter see
of the movables, moh as
.h ou.old ain kitchen furai
,- and all am i n .
LIQUID TION SALE,
(ommencing Saturdau, Jan. 21st.
We will commence selling out our entire Stock of Dry Goods
Clothing, Ladies and Gents, Furnishing~Goods, Hats and Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Notions, Etc..
Exactly at Cost.
As we will discontinue business in this city. D)ont wait, bu
come at once and save:money.
Yours, for Bargains,
CHAS. SEIIELMAN & SONS,
Simon's Old Stand, Washington;Street, Natchitoches, La.
MEDINE "MUSIC CO,1
SHEET MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Conover, Kranich & Bach, Everett: and Kingsburg, Pianos
115 BOURBON STREET. NiAR CANAL.
NEW ORLEANS, . IA.
o ta ro e ns l 4
ý°a o r,_ 'e Reid r . .
ISHAW- . WAST N N. J.
ALLEN & CURREY,m
-M- Manufacturers of
Dealers in Cypress
Lum ter, Shingles YELLOW PINE LUMBER
Laths and Oak
Post, Sash Weights DQ mI'i, aL iNm ,
and Cord.fYILJJ CYP PICI SUI MUDIGS,
Build Stairs, Mantles,
Counters, ana all kBinds s AFSISH, )OOS, BINDS, RED' CPRRSS CISTEINS, AND
ýmýommmms ALL KINDS OF BOXES.
OFFICE, Yard and Factory, Telephone 89.
HEAD OF TEXAS AVENUe.
6" PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDERS.
NEW LIVERY TABLE,-
DEVARENNE OLD STAND, ST. DJNIS'-STREET.
Neatest New Buggles, Freshest Fast Horses, Polite
attention to all wants.
Specially Prepared for Commercial Travellers.
'Bus Meets all Trains.
Horses and Buggies cared for, Bought, Sold or Traded. See us
JEFF AARON, Banager.
'. S. GRENEAUIX, Proprietor.
SHOES made to order.
REPAIRING neatly ddne.
Fancy work for Ladies.
Jan. 6, 1899.
Taken"up by J. N. Weaver at Wea
ver P. O. In Ward 2, parish of Natch
ltoches, State of Louimana, one bay
Popy 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. andD. D). Wea
ver tq be worth Seven Dollars.
The owner is hereby required to ecme
forward, prove properY.s py charges
and cost or said 'on y wil disposed
-of as the law of Sl4 h rc .
Jan. 18, 198.
Seee or SpeeimenO of Job Work
,f ore lacing your. orders.
THE B308 BARBBER.
CHARLEY TUCKER, who
presides over the FAMOUS ;Ton
sorial 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
On March 13th 1899, I, :n co
partnership with H. L. Simon will
engage in business in Naecbito
ches, and succeed the firm o: Si
mon Bros. This will not affect
my Provencal business, which will
be continued in the future as in
Provencal. La., Jan. 11, 1899.
Advertise in the Louisuxa Por
TRY NE hOE'
Sowing Machines w e ar
prices b.fors yar poBlsr a .a
tH W FOR tUt T llOVI
I have for sale several bushels
of the Genuine African Limtbless
cotton seed, at the followingpr. r L
ces: $200.00, Two HundredDol .
lars per bushel, $.00, Five Dol.
lars per pound. I also have them
put up in packages of200 selected
seed at 2be. per'package. tlbush.
el will plant 2o acres; 1 pound
will plant 1 acre, and one acre will
yield 4 bhales and 90 bushels of
Send Iyourgorderasto,.me, or my
A. A. GOODWIN, Ja.
Nov. 18, 1898. 0
]lied! the Populist.