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THE WEEKLY POPULIS'
FRIDA Y, November 16, 1894.
M nrTHoDIST, SonTll- N. E. Joyner, pas
tor. lcegular servie,s. Sunday, 11 a. mI
and 8:15 p. m.: Sunday School, 10 a. mi
Prayer meeting, Thursday 8 p. inm. Al
BAPrIST--M. E. Weaver, pastor. Res
ular services. eco and an fourth Suuda3 t
11 a in., and 8. p. m; Sunday School, 1
a. mi.; Prayer meietilng, Wednesday, 8 p
min All invited.
Phaeuix Lodge No. 38, A. F. & A. M.
J. 'W Jones, W. M.; .J. E. Breds, Sec'ty
Meets first and third Wedndeedays, at
('astle Hall No. 89, Knights of Pythia
-J. E. Breda, C. (!.; Adolph L'Herisson
K. of 1. S. Meets second and fourtl
Thursdays, at 8 p. im.
Our Authorised Agents.
K. J. Gamble. Natebitoches, La
It. A. Fortaon, Montgomery, La.
W. W Smith. Vlla, La.
Julius Lund, Port Gibson. Miss.
N. V. Bush, Yairmount, L.
T. H. Hamilton, Coushatta, La.
W. L. Sharkelford. Colfa. La.
Win. Oglesby, Guy, La.
O. C. Watson, Black Creek. La.
J. W. Self, Jr., Waco. La.
Dr. H. H. McCain. St. Maurie, La.
. Eagles, Jr., Carthage, La.
s. M. Barr, Atlanta La.
A. M. Stewart, Pollock, La
J. W. Brown, Alpha, La.
D. N. M. Lean. Alexandria, a.
W. M. McLean, Clear Lak La.
W. C. Teagle, Congo, La,
W. L. Parker, Logansport, La.
Samuel J. HBery, Natchitches, La.
Fetiz Walker, Gansvills, L.
Gus Shackelford, Boyce, La.
J. M. Abel, Winnaeld, La.
James Carter. Wattarille, Ia.
Dr. A. P. Collis Sills, La.
The above are our authorised agemta to solicit san
rsselpt for subscriptions
Middling cotton in New Orlean
4 15 16ths, and decliniug.
Thursday, Nov. 29th, is Thanks.
giving Day, and up to present
writing our turkey has failed to
put in its aplpearance.
The Boston clothing store has
been moved from the Lichtenstein
building to the L'Herisson building
on Washington street.
Notwithstanding the hard times
a few of our pretty girls and hand
some young men have been patro
nising the photographer.
Mr. C. L. Devarennes is having
his stable recovered. There is
plenty of such work to be done.
Let others follow Mr. Devarennes
tep Stop p!
Come to our office and have your gin
house and residence insured.
Lads= & TLcr1a, Agents.
A prominent People's party man
in ward 3, got into a spirited polit
ical discussion while milking one
morning, and left his calf tied to a
iost for two hours before noticing
A runaway horse attached to a
wagon caused quite an excitement
up town Tuesday morning. It be
longed to our friend Mr. Winbarg,
and was stopped before any dam
age was done.
Go toE. V. Deblieux, Jr.'s
Shoe Store and examine his ele
gant line of shoes Children, L
dies' and Men shoes, at 5cta. 7Clts.
and $1.00 per pair.
A number of Win prish far
maers have hauled their cotton to
this pace, a the river is so low
sad rate so high, that they won't
end can't ship. The primces olered
are moindaomsnt. but s Iit it all
they can get, they take it.
A number of or youug men and
farmer. are dimeussing as to wheth
er it would pay to ramie tobacco in
this prish.k BLn up yomzr statl
tis boys adget to work. Ay
thing will bent rainag coioa at the
A ad aicdendt oeeurred in a
saw mil at Provemeel on Tuaedny,
l whisk Mr. P. 0. Biachard, an
eatesmed reaet et this ei, was
cawasenaln to Senator N. O.
Blmeu t, uad lave a ribfe, two
Sand mamy other sdlative and
e , to whom we e tend ear
and.. wngs engagel In healang
weed5 tl5 psaplh of IUhi**hu
a-e Nt Iag to fees.e is w1I r.
** * gien inrsdy ad moay,
Mr. E. V. Deblieuz was a pleasant
vistor ou Wednesday.
Mr. John Henry, of Derry, was in
Messrs. Louis and Adolph Hesser, of
Butler, DeSoto parish, called on us
1 Tuesday, We hope they will call
Mr. A. W. Bishop, of ward 2, was in
our office Tuesday morning. We would
be glad to see him again.
Mr. S. P. Wilson, of DeSoto, called at
our office Tuesday and left a year's sub
scription. Such remembrances is duly
Hon. B. W. Bailey, the Congressman
elect from this district, gave us an ap
preciated call this week.
Mr. Josiah Adams, of Grappes Bluff,
paid us an appreciated visit Saturday.
He left a dollar for the oouULIsT for
which he has our thanks.
Mr. Ambrose Deblieux is very ill at
his residence on Hront street. We trust
that he will speedily recover and be
among us again.
That popular knight of the grip, Mr.
Robt. Cage, representing Jno. I. Adams
& Co., of New Orleans, was among us
on Wednesday and reports trade dull.
We acknowledge a pleasant visit on
Saturday last from the Misses Jones,
the amiable daughters of our esteemed
friend, Mr. J. W. Jones. Call again
young ladies, we are always pleased to
Miss Claudia Hicks, the charming
daughter of our old friend Mr. I. N.
Hicks, returned home last week from
Homer, La., where she has been the
past three months visiting relatives. We
trust her trip was one of pleasure,
Mr. Julial, Bernstein, a popular beaux
of .Richardville, La., was in the city
Tuesday on business.
The numerous friends of Miss Norms
McLeod, the young lady who has been
seriously ill at the Normal school, will
be glad to learn that she is now con
Mr. S. Tanner, of our town, returned
home Tuesday from Cheneyville, where
he -has been the past week visiting
Miss Lklia Holston, an accomplished
young lady of our city, departed on
Tuesday last for Starlight, this parish,
to take charge of a school. We wish
Mr. D. W. Hubley, of this place, was
seriously sick in the early part of the
week, but is reported better and we hope
may soon appear on our streets again.
SHOES! SHOES! AT E. V.
Men, Ladies' and Children shoes,
any price style and quality, at E.
V. DEBLIEUX, Jr.
Dr. B. H. Tolbot, formerly of
Gansville, La., is now located on
Cane river about seven miles below
Natchitoches, where he is prepared
to practice his profession. We
welcome the Doctor among us, and
trust he may be successful.
From a former resident and
property owner of Rapides parish,
we learn that his taxes on forty
acres of swamp land, valued at
$40, amount to $2.94-not quite
7i per cent., and this too under
The regularu esnion of the Par
L-h Institute convened on Saturday
morning last at the court house.
The attendsanee .was rather slim,
ecesitating a change in the pro
gram. The question of corporal
punishment and of supplementary
reading for the fourth grade was
discused rather spiritedly. The
next meeting will take plasoe on
Saturday, Dec. ed.
The postmaster requests ua to
state that owing to the fact that
the tap read and the T. P. h~led
to make connections last week, the
Mo-tgomery sad Wian prish mail
iltled to leave twle.
The strep emmlmilesers have a
gang at work atting down the bill
nd Siung the street near the Bap
tit chamburek Now I the time for
such work, for the advent of win.l
ter with the usual heavy rains will
pat a stop to that kind of work.
Two of our sportsmen, Mers.
J. Emile Breda and Mike Levy,
astonished their friends by exhibit
ing a eouple of wild turkeys, thel
result oi aevnig'shunt. They
eswaSockd tea or twelve near
amp SaBabrity sad ired into the
btok, moring a 6ouple of Se.
New in the time ts bay meal sad
blk - IS par teur, sad
At Natchitoches, La., Sunday,
t Nov. 11, 1894, M8s. ELIzA KILE,
wife of the lkte S. W. Kile, aged
Mrs. Kile has been an invalid for
a year or more, and while her
9 death was not a surprise, it is in
deed hard to part from those we
love. Deceased was a resident of
this city for many years, and leaves
an only son, Mr. Geo. W. Kile, to
whom with many relatives and
friends we extend our deepest
"Clouds Pinned Back With a
Dr. Alphonse DeSeay will deliv
er his interesting lecture, entitled
"Clouds Pinned Back With a Star,"
at the Comus Club, on Friday,
November 23rd, at 8 p. in.
Dr. DeSeay is delivering this
lecture throughout the State for
the purpose of raising funds for
the construction of a Science Hall
at the Louisiana Chautauqua. The
object of this lecture will appeal
strongly to the people of our city.
Natchitoches has always been a
friend of the chautauqua, and will,
upon this occasion, no doubt sns
tain its reputation as a centre of
educational movements tending to
the betterment of our educational
system. Let the home of the Nor
mal respond to this appeal in a
manner that will uphold its past
record in educational matters.
In addition to the lecture, a mu.
sical programme will be rendered
by local talent and students of the
General price of admission is
fifty cents. Students of the Nor
mal and Grammar schools and
Convent, will be admitted for 25
A prominent democrat in these
"diggins" was chiding his brother
for voting the Populist ticket,
when be remarked: "I wear the
Cleveland badge: my elbows and
knees sticking out, three different
colored patches oa my pants and a
stick in the rim of my hat to keep
it from flopping off."
The death of Mr. Remy W. Har.
kins which occurred at bis resi
dence on Jefferson street Wednes
day morning, cast a feeling of deep
regret among his many friends.
His mortal remains were interred
in the Catholic cemetery, and fol
lowed to their last resting place by
a large concourse of sorrowful rela
tives and friends. The POPULIST
extends its heartfelt sympathies to
the bereaved ones.
Shoes I Shoes I
Ladies' Button Shoes at $1.00, per
Men's Lace Shoes at $1.15 per pair.
Ladie's Creole Slippers, e0 cents per
Another lot of the World Benound
Ziegler Bros. shoes, Just received at J.
A. DUCOURNAU & N.
We represent none but first-class
companies that pay all losses with
ILEME & TUCKER,
Orneral Insurance Agents.
W. J. HUGHES,
Tinner and Plumber.
Will do all kinds of Tin, beet Iron
sad Copper work, Repairing, etc. Make
snd repar smokestacks. Country orders
solieitod and promptly attended to.
We will pay a fair price for
all LARGE CATTLE delivered us at
our Mills at Natkhitohes. We do not
wast say young cattle. Bise ie what we
want, regrdless of condition.
GIVIAU . CHOPIN OIL CO.,
(L'TD.) nov. 16.
Succession of Lee Prims.
Pariah of Natehiteches. No. 216.
BY virtue of n order of the Hoa. 10th
Judicial DiMtriet Court to mo direet
ed to that effect, I will offer for sale at
pobte seetion to the last and hi a
,ddr at late reeideoee of deew
Thurtday, Deo. 0. 180k,
at UI o'elok :
A esrtal treet of land, eltuated in this
periosh in eatle 5 township , range ,
and eing In northwest eormer of what
Seknown s the Lamis Hersedes tra
Lo ld an West by lande of
H. P. Bellies, South and et by IsI e
Also S mam..
1 Bem s andll thel moevables n in
Tbram of 8Sil:
fTHE BOSTON CLOTHING STORE,
Has opened in this City, with a new and splendidly assorted stock or
Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes, flats, Caps, &c., &c.,
Which are being offered at WHOLESALE and RETAIL, at prices never before heard of in this community.
Bear in mind that our Stock has purchased recently, at very low figures, owing to the scarcit
ty of Money. Every Garment is of the Latest Style, Best Material and Workmanship.
We have no SHELF-WORN GO00DS; We have no SECOND-HAND GOODS, every thing is BRAND NEW, ai W
Give us a Call, ONE visit will convince you that we are the champlons of good
GOODS for the least MONEY.
Spodefon Bridge nAT oITOE, S La
Nearly oppovite the Iron Bridge, NATCIITOCEES, La.
Appointments in Gentral Baptist
Zion Hill-Saturday. at 11 o'clock a.
Oak Grove-Saturday night, early
candle light, 17th.
Harmony Grove-Sunday, 11 o'clock
Fellowship-Sunday night early can
dle light. 18th.
Pleasant Hill-Tuesday night, early
candle light. 20th.
Dothan-Wednesday night, early can
die light, 21st.
Winnfield-Thursday night, early can
dle light, 6th.
Sardis-Friday nigth, early eandle
Atlanta--Saturday night, early candle
Antloch--unday 10 o'clock a. m.. 9th.
Maers Hill-Sunday. 11 o'clock a. inm.
Union Hill-Sunday night, early can
dle light, 16th.
Let the bretheren take notice and be
on hand, as I have something good to
tell them about the mission work. The
Lord is blessing the means that you have
J. H. WINBERY, Missionary.
We wish to call the attention of our
readers, who wish to take a great na
tional paper, great in every depart
ment, to the American Nonconformist
No Populist paper has so many able
correspondents or so large a circulation.
And its success is deserved, as no ex
pense is spared to make it the best,
most readable paper in the country.
The fraud and rascality (winked at and
unpublished by the old party papers),
unearthed and exposed by its Washing
ton correspondents during the last ses
sion of congress was a revelation to
every honest man. Its scathing and
fearless editorials are a terror to evil
doors. Every one of our readers who
wishes the news of the whole Populist
movement should subscribe for this
great paper. Price $1.00 a year. Send
direct to Indianapolis, Ind. Sample
copy sent upon request.
The New Orleans
The Leading Newspaper
of the Soith.
_LETYS 5111 TE LATEST IEE.
TuE Dar PICAYUnE
a rfel newspaperp. Ne sapsne
he spared ia pedelag it. Its
tlegraph service Is ueerpmeasO
l naews gaheers sever ean place
of laserest. Its meshamial appil
aes e modern and the beste
Its staf of talented writers and
artste e oemplete.
TEE SlDAY PICAYUNE
Is a heashbeld teasure of news,
lafdmation a"d lirtature, ilWl.
trated sad taselly preseated.
TIE WEELY PICAYUN
Is peerle as a ceutry, smUy
ewepeper ad literary jeermul,
eade me he ma the sonts shmld
TRKIMS OP SUBSCRIPTIOls
D--ly d Seaday *-- * s.es a year.
maday . . . * . eeayeer.
Weekly . * . * .oe a year.
KICKOLSON & CO.,
O blinkin Mi e, sbee 14 heads
high, branded [AMY oe shoulder, wes
.. emehod dae Spria,. SelisMs re.
rdl r the set a of this msle
A. E. LEME. JAl. B. TucKrN.
LEMEE & TUCKER,
b ._AND NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Representing first-class companies that have sucessfully withstood
and combatted general business depression. We are prepared to write
Policies of Insurance on Dwelling Houses, Country Stores, Stocks of
Merchandise, Gin Houses, Furniture and all insurable properties.
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 hought and sold, and rents collected on commission,
A Notary Public always in office. Write or give us a call,
Offce, SECONVD STREET,
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 them. It will not
cost you anything to
look at them and it
Save You a Few Dollars.
a. L. LOWE,
Sept. 14. Mentgomery, La.
I will for the next thirty days sell
Boys Shoes ranging in number from 2 to
4, for Seventy-iave cents per pair. Come
at once if yon want cheap shoes. This
offer will only last thirty days from date.
J. W. SELF Jr.,
October 25th, 1894.-30d.
Danger, Damage, Destrumets.
These three alliterative words
are suggestive. Have your dwel
Img, gin house and stock insured.
We will write up policies for you,
and thereby relieve your mind
Lzuxa & Tucxzx,
General Insurance Agents.
sis acres of land on Case river. 2"
miles above City of Natchitoches. The
plaee 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, sad on
easy terms of payment.
JNO. A. BARLOW.
General Instrance Agent.
Poleles issued at his ofee on the best
Pereia and Home Oompanies. aug24.
Samuel .5. Nenry,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
pWleneties all bth State and Fed-.
nT. DENIS 8TREET,
HORSES, HACKS & BUGGIES ON HRBE
BUSSES TO TRAINS,
- - f-- - --~ C
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 time.
Prompt Attention, Day or Night,
W'All calls at night promptly attend
ed to by our night watchman.
Chas. L. Devarennes,
Manager and Proprietor.
I am fully prepared to supply at low
est prices the best and most reliable
STEAM ENGINES, BOILgIRS,
STEAM PUMPS, INSPIRA
TORS, INJECTORS, PIPES,
JET PUMPS STEAM FIT.
TINGS, BOILER TUBES,
Glass Water Tubes, Patch Bolts,
Gins, Presses, Saw Mills, Cane
Mills, Lubricators, Labricating
Oils, Packiung, Belting,
And speeialtiies in repair material with a
guarantee in filling orders. Information
given on all matters concerning Steam
nachinery. Pipe Fitting done on short
CHAS. H. LEVY, Agt.
Boarding, Day ar Week.
MRS. A. GARZA.
Iud iasst near Elsl c-hartn,
Excellent fare at reasonable rates,
1tm tmras to Uomal kes plup.
Do yeo feel inclined to take a glass of
cold beer, or choice wine or Liquors,
get a SQUARE MEAL, and then emoke a
Coodigar. If you do go to that popu
Sresort, the Saloon and Restaurant of
GEO. W. ADAMS,
Corner Second and St. Dennis Sta.,
Job woer muste on