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LOUISIANA POPULIST. EUJ
FMR|I| S. J3 1.)" . 1 95. -"
Church Seri ices. At
Scrvice' at tb ~, Mt'iod -t clhurch e '
rv Fir-t and Thir I Stirdav at 11 . in. of
and .30O p. in.. hy tie. Pa,,tor 11. W i
Hickrv. l'ravtr eaetirg ew ery Vedna
d Vay night at i7 : l l. i1i
APArTil's-- r. :. P,.r. ,:. n', l.- an
ular ,rvileo.. trc,,nd:l, Ia fAtrth 'n- d,' Otl.
11 a in , and 8. t. in : ,,,:v .h n l. L uot1
:a. In.: PraYer in- . it up , .h l ' 1' wit
ID All iIti',.,
lh,1 .ii× l od,_,, V.. ."i .\ 1'. . .1. M o. ll
'h,", t Ilr--I and 1h ,i0 \1.,.clud,.-d.ays, 7 I
stlea It ll . v.. . hts ,f t' h i .
-.I. F. rlh da. ( '. ( : Adolph l.'llrman,
K'. Ot It. ,. Mrr"s sreclnd and foulrth I
Thingllad.u at 4 P. R 1. 1
Full iproceeding of the 'Parikh co(
Executive Committee. 'Pe,ll'" liar- Ini
ty, will appear in lt nexti\ icuie.
On Sale, Iumnmer Excurur iln t'\1
The Texacs & Pacitic ailwaY itl
Conllpany hIave now o .le Sui
mier Excursion ticket, to all S1111- C
tmer Resorts in the North, iast alnd vi
Southeas t at ireatly reducel rates, iup
limitedl for returni to Octolber :.1 t. Ol
For ticket. antd furtther informa
tion, call on or adldr'es your near- i
cst Ticket Agent, or Ix'
GASTON 3MESIIEhI th
Gen'l. Pass. and Ticket A._,ent. ,
I Dallas, Texa.. stI
The contract ha: Ieetin clh.,'l for i
building the l1'ihian llall. alsia
the Opera illt-. i r,,. .P. .1. (,i h!
len, who is l hing th (tihonrt
house here, is aiso the cnlt raclorl
for both these huilli,,t.. lin:
I will offer for the next tha days
the ."celelbrated Vanl Winkle Gin.
Feeder and condenser, at t.1. I,
list price, instead of $5.t N, in or- si,
der to meet the low price of cot- in
ton. Engines, Boilers and other I ,
machinery in proportion. Every
thing fally guaranteed. Will visit a
you at your homes. W
J. H. CALDWELL. di'
Robeline, July 5, 1895.-tf. Jc
Mr. E. J. Gamble left our city PF
Monday, to be absent about one
month. He expects to visit many to
of the prominent cities in the Unit- st
ed States and Canada, for the pur- te
pose of working two patents, in
which he is interesttd. His friends pI
will hear from him occasionally tn t
these columns on such Incidents to
' of his trip as be thinks will inter- te
est our readers.
Expert Walclhnker.-- H
Served 7 years apprenticeshllip at a
the trade in Liverpool, England, ~
and has followed it for 30 years in
urapope and America. Makes a I'
apecialty of repairing fine and dif- "
fenUt watches, French time-pieces,
jeeltry, masic boxes, etc. n
J. C. CLARKE, it
St. Denis Street.
r'tatitoshes, La.,-ml9-tf. ti
A pjd article from J. F. a
-lMlarey, of Marthaville, came
haoo late lo this seue, but will ,
qpine l our mext.
r My stock i. beiqg constantly re
'urw with the best of everything
a th Grooery liane which the mar
t~a~du Aklo asmall but well
sIcu hbie of bcy Dry (ioods
NloHtio. Call early nd often
* Mc. . HO LSO'S..
STh PIpealat Executive Commit
Sumetig atbthis plrae last Satur
, was the I est an most en
- Sticthat we live ever seen aof
,ii body. All the wards save ce
8*) wa repreeseted.
'- We : hae noeved a pest little
.hshxol born our 8state Normal
p ogu lvIw eaie rs* af Ms history,
sat sensoebum ofh y a y bihe pros
pens 4w.thsute ar. Ituinter
-:i It bewinal potogrrph
;Ehtb. bri3E and imuads.
-.> Nori 4 . 40,U
m A behak the Court
i~e:-'' -III~~~~IIII ~ mu-nII~~~L 1110t I
last Friday \we receivd a preo
-in,_ invitatimon to attcn,1d a ,ci'tl,'le
at cur friend MI, K. h1oltm'on. sx
At " o'clock sharp. we nmalc, o, r
apelwarance, :and whew. what a 1 ,t
of ladies A: ,\mu, thl were
Mi-i=- Lilly. MAlolio. Irma and
Lena Joni,. li"-e Lil'ian. Allic
mand Mals , nie tScatrloro)uIgh. a:11
otlelr' to tuxlll1merosllt to Inet. hion.
with no one of the nwac:itn it .
to elntertain tht-in. exee;pt L.ni ii
our al;,1atrane rettir,', i:t, an at,
(oininer rol)m. whlere the' -1l r to
Ichildren were in ltiin in :a Skip
I op. Hi i lit al:ies turn, and left
114 to an.wer \0, or 11, c. 1 the
Itanty (ie-4ions t t:it were asketd n
coneCternin our 1tachelo"rs hall. -m
W.e dlid the best we ct:ldi hI ltw
ever. lntil tlhere cearme in, tmuit.h i1,
our relief, Me~str. ('orbttt. Mel
hulrn. ()'Neal. .1. I. Weav\'r awl
anluel nJack. the latter Iein.r
ever thou~htfld. hrontih alot his RE]
violin. and when he Ibean to "'lt,'
up," we placed ourselhes a1,.k in
onis corner of the mtotnt with f:tal
in handl. (there 1º,uinZ sonme ladii's
in the same corner. however.) ex- 31
l.'ting to hear some music. In
this we were not disappointed. I)ri
We had music 1th vocal and in- ors
st runtent al. rcit at ions and .,amee. p
until the clock clhinwul x. when
we gatheirei hats. etci'., and hiti our kin,
hast :Intl Instes-ss ,o dI-night. ('.
We arte forced t, say that we
ne.,r ,enjoivetI ottrseIves e1tter. and A
intay ,our frien, live long and Ihe
l.teltsi w.ith prosp'er: y.
I )EvI ..
The elosing exercise5s of the Sunnv
-Side schooul took place on June "9th.
in the forll of an exhibftion.
When quite a large crowd had a.sem
bhti in front of the spac·ious rostrumI
which had been erected for the occa
sion : the exercises were opened with
a welcome song by the school, after
which there were several recitations.
dialogues, pantomimes and tableaux.
The negro dialogue by Master Ernest
Jones and Miss IDaisy Guiton, also (;Gyp
sie's Warning by Messrs. Edward
Payne. Ernest Jones and Misses Mary
Anders and Sallie Crow, deserve spe
cial mention. They were well execu- tO0
ted. and showed excellent training and
skill on the part of their energetic. hi
beantiful and accomplished, young
- teacher. Miss Lena Payne. g
In the absence of Mr. S. Y Henry.
(Superintendent of Etducation of this
SIparish) Mr. J. W. Jones was called on
to present the medals.
After a few very appropriate and in
teresting remarks, medals were award- 4
ed Master Walter Lestage and Miss
Mary Anders. for attendance, and to
Master Ernest Jones and Miss Zoe
Hicks, for deportment.
When the exercises were over, it was
announced that refreshments would be.
i, sold in doors.
t Very soon the crowd was seen wend
a ing their way toward the building CO
where quite a saumptuous repast was
, The proceeds which amounted to
more than $20, will be used for improv
ing the school house and premises.
Dancing was indulged in on the ros
trum till a late hour, furnishing amuse- -
ment for those who engaged in such,
while the more sedate ones were chat- qt
ting and looking on. Withal, it was an th
enjoyable event, so much so that time s
seemed to move on most rapid wings, ri
II for when some of us reached our homes,
we found that we were breaking the
Sabbath unawares. L. N. mij
PEUONAL IENTION. e
SMr. W. M. ofett, of Barkley, called ta
on us Friday last.
Mr. J. M. Jones, a painter from Mon
lroe, was in town Fri&day, making esti- ti
mates on some work. c1
M r. E. F Harrison paid us apleasant in
Seall last Thrday. He is representing dc
the New York Mateal Reserve Life In- t
surnee, and talks of locating here.
Districet Attorney R. E. Milling, of 1
Winnisid, was in the city Friday last. t
Mr William Martin, of ward 2, called hi
O as3 Monday. or
a- Mr. J. H. Morse, of ward 10, paid us in
a eall Monday.
Miss Maud Albert and Miss Eva Ma
Ie ebem, of Montgemr are visiting friends a
and relative, in t city. In company to
with their coursin, Mrs E. C. Ray, they h
i brhteme our soaetuam with a bshort,
but p st all, last Friday evelning.
a We hope the tre will call again before
their visit is over.
Msers. W.O. Harrison and J. R. ji
IS WBIas, meehants of or eighboring
SteoL, Metgomery, were in this city C
IMr. B. F. Ltebtnatens formerly of it
thisa plaeh but nowa rlsiagyoung law- tt
pm of ew-Orlesans paid us a pleasant ti
cll Te . ayi.
Mrs. Me. K. .olaten retarned umndgv
trm Robhilne, wher she had beem
·- - vetal m days with her daught
e, Ma.-P-. 8. Carter.
U, A IN.pe se he-Tmr. e
t Jo. DYvi" which p
fa the aNemea mia paht o
Sfeih1 T ah v J. hhim a
d. w .are tooli
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.
The RELIABLE SPECIALI.r T. RP,7dar Grde r'es iMt' R e.dvt tcrlty ý the Statefi
Six National !lanks lot Financial Refrrcwe, thoursads of Cyred Pal!ent; all ocr the Unitrd Slat.
a to our pr salonlalablity. All bus!nesa codtuctcden a strictly 'rofesional basiS and strktly
oaledieu I. C,asutttiofi Freea t oif;ce or b a.Tr: m ail.rat.nt Pert every nhert hre from 1
Oebarvstlon. ~o interference '.ith burIrte iv w ile using medlci.;.
Semlinfl Weakness and Sexual Debility
(.perTrmfh,4 " o c -,l. ' '.. o ,;C , . " . thfSfln to!!:cLandcxc ei..
W1 b ;:,uN t l | tl'( G , :.-i , :,I Ir, ,, : .,: " ;' c,,,:fuce, lic.as inl luand[ :g~..t l
bo , ci r ' ' d r.t.. ut,,lI. \\t,' mut.-I'l',':1 , -b . r.'. t" ,'-~O t '!- I
power. r, ntA', r.s: r a1r"l ! I'd po C. r, :tlarge alld riCeuttt'u weak
fr- S rt'd ": t.,t fa for l,'i r'"2'ctt. '
Syph ilis ,t t ,.t..i ' . ' , .: I:-. rmn enid 'ts · ' ecured
- ypl Sl' frl: f e I ,.. ,fi'c . ',,i: ,',Ski Di.c a.i-" Uic-r.Su cl" I
I ,- .s rc 0:C[ *i, G ct.,.tr. ý:'. l:tns o PrOtt e It,.,'t I o el. Ccured
Stricture n card t"u"tcuCt"'ic or !tttclg.No il.
.. I , clt, sur,', 'Y) t!,· clt n u e the tleltrai'i at hwic.
fever and plin In j'int l -a cuir is tho un t tuo tie plirce. ' n fa biall eet of ca t.
B Y'oklr b-th exet; 4 poges. with fu!l d crip!it of above d..ea-.ev' the cffeC:s and cure.
UBor traled in p!au wrapper free. Iead this IIMPi btok ond sen:l for 'ympton B,!o. tke. I I
for Yen ; N?. s for Woiaef: No. 3 for Skin Pr-eases: 9a. 4 for Catarrh.
Take no chances aI Obtin the best by consulting the Leading Speciai ina 1 United Slates.
llovEsrI DR. HATHAWAY &CO. I }xi
. huMaaonlo Tempi Bldg., NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Patroiize, Hoiie, Ilaniiufactnre.
CLANTON DAVIS, ROBELINE, LA.,
The Gullett Gin Co.
MANI. 'FAt "I'UI: Eli" s of (julletCt':; M:l inli:l. IIllh.r an:.1 Singl
i)rive Cott' n (;ins. F ,ehr.~.ler :atnl ·'.m lo.;eI; ,r.., l'lvator'\ , 1t..., (' ,'n\ y
ors ; self pit 'kinug anti dtiI le Ihx l' re,,;.
Pri,.es qute tl .tn a ºlic.atin on r . on l te l( iu ri ... Al-ii. ,,n ,ill
kind of Ma:tchinery littin,;1 andC suppllie,.
A\dldres. 'LAN I'(()N I.lAVIS. Robeline, La.
\Wiliaamrs, Weaver & O'Qui n,
-SICC(SSOIS TO -
E. J. GAMBLE, Natchi o:hee:, La.
- DEALfERS IN-'
Having purchased the entire stock of E. J. Gamble,
together with the lease of the store occupied by
him we are prepared to offer to our friends and the
public generally, the choicest selection of
I)RY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS, SHOES, :HT S, NOTIO)NS,
ANDI) PLANTAT r'ION SU PP'LIES.
As we buy for cash we can offer goods at ridiculous
ly low prices. Give us a trial order, and you will
Williams, Weaver & O'Quin,
Gamble's o3. Stand, near the Bridge.
question or make it secondary to t
the money question. But I don't i
see that we single taxers have any c
right to find fault with them for
being one-idead, for we have com
mitted the same sin ourselves. We I
always were narrow. We could
see no evil but land monopoly and I
no remedy but our hobby-single
Since I have been for the last
two years studying Populist prin
ciples I see that they are broader
in their views, far more radical in
doctrine and more aggressive in
their warfare against legalized ini
quity than their brother reformers,
the followers of Henry George. I
have been for years connected with
one of the ablest single-tax leagues
in this country, one that I consider
representatije of the movement,
and judging from it I have come
to the conclusion that single-taxers
have forgotten what the word radi
While I still have an abounding
faith in the noble doctrines taught
in "Progress and Poverty," I have
not only lost faith in, but have
come to feel nothing but contempt
for the plan of campaign adopted
to carry these doctrines into prac
tice. Obedient to that plan, think
ing that he who wrote the inspired
, of my economic bible,
and Poverty," would
also be a wise and competent politi
cal leader, I have committed the
egregious folly, for which I can
never forgive myself, of voting
the wooed time for Grover Cleve
I land for preident, but bitter ex
mp, tauagt me,. at last,
tat even Hmry Geormg is not in
f fallible, and tha he made a colos
a ,al mistake whenm he maIhalled his
Sfollowes nudehr the hden atie
, banmer. Wbea I aisider the sa
d prmen folly f a set of msa elliq
themselves radical reformers, ty
ing themselves to the effete, decav
ed leadership of democratic poli
ticians, I conclude that if our ene
mies, the land monopolists, had
planned the whole thing they could
not have hit upon a better plan to
kill the single-tax movement.
Now while I see no cause for
contention between Populists and
single-taxers, 1 do see great need
for a mutual better understanding
between the two. It seems to me.
for instance, that a single-taxer
could easily have framed a hettor
land plank than the one in the
Omaha platform, for which service
the Populists would repay him by
teaching him that a radical is one
who wages relentless, aggressive
warfare against the existing order.
In all I have said not the slight
est reflection upon the honest in
tention of HJenry George is intend
ed but I believe that the time has
fully come when honest, patriotic,
often-deceived men and women
should cease to make Idols of any
political leader and should demand
instead that their leaders be not
only pure, but they must also be
aggressive and courageous.
J1 C. aaY GAIIEJI HYAMS.
Ctil Im~ml.r. Surve.or.
Henry & Hyams,
Will do work in this and adjoining
parhes. Map drawinga specialty.
P. O. Address.
J.C. Henry, Cmapti. La.
G. Hfyams, Nataebtocbe, La.
Juae 31, 1806.
Sd i yer Job wea. We
*il do it ast md cbhsp.
The State Normal School
N:\TCH ITOCIlLS. LA.
The t:\i iluldi sessionH Opens (on the rir-st. ;'Xon
dlr\ iii october. and continues eiijht
º nol- ths. Thl Secoend Ter-m be fins~
onthe First Modain (I'c rdir.
Age of Admission to Normal Department: 15 for Ladies and xO
'lhe }fau! ty of i urtte."" ait¾' lia.'truetor~i nv, frill utoo rC of l'i &
.'ooaAl 'Prai o io g 111 the Islt"eee antl A t tit ' fNiv'1,i ;. : l. u
tht)Z(J gl rIA itsllt'tiO ill all bza',,l1o , tao ti in the
hi ghi ScIhoos, iuic&u'lid-; I)raiwi:~g Vocati iNIl.
t, Icl, Elocution, Jook-ktcuiiitg. .i o L'
Laitin or Fre nch!.
Location Unsurpassed for Bea'Jty ar'411lealthfulnes'.
JDiplouIut Entitles ffolrlcs' to it FIISr'.'
GR ADEI Tacic? 1' 8 Ce rtip eq te ui'itli o t
Tuition Free in Normal Department
*Buotril ý1Q }rtv iiioitli itt thet Notirtit, ýl_'..itt iii p'r vate l'.tiiihi.
FOP (2AtI'ALut~t F _AIDrtE.:;==_$"-
T[HOS. L). CB h'D. President.'
*1 E. LiM~ J'. I
LEMEE & TUCKER,
'. '- \\I) N)T.\UILtS PUBLJaIC.
.---- -"+f+ ----r - - ----
11 , Rcprr. seting the following Staunch ('ompanuice:
MI;(JUANlCS &, "1'1:.1l""S Ill.,. Co. of N.4(I., Lt,. ,l_,07.;.
(1:i.NI AN IA Iiisiritrcý (o. of Nc'%% (r eas ih.t :¾ ,:.. 1'.º!
(I hNIusritraclc Co'. of Y."%% To k, 3i 17;331
dI r E \V1( II .. ( . ILK)tt~tI
I' M MERCI'AL F Nil IN _ A',utunoc' CoI of Londoni, 3..3AI,i:ºt1
* lANI 'ASMI [E I !Iýuraiitu Co. of Mmitv-itestor, Eng;. 2.287.7',
~\ I lV..'VAlK El MtcltUicei Ills. Co. it' Milwaukeec, Wi. '.otii;7!)~
1'1ROVI T)INI 'E \Wishl Iuv. Co. ot Pr*ovidence, I. I., 1,.3 1),7 .'?'1NAsrnc o o u~noCnd ,16!O1
' REPRESENTING NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO
AssETS ci3.z,11t53.·l·) ý,,00
S\Iso r.protveflt-ig Caidwell & Judah, Invcstment Bankers, .1f
MIeirnphis. Tl4tin1. M lney lomtiitI on itnprov'''I river Inntin, from :, to
1'' yurs, :at renasiwhl.' ratci of interest.
litai E tyttt& It. i lit :Iod Itil. 1nti routs collIectedl in ComlmlilS!tion.
:1 Not:irv 1lii :i1't -s in offie. Writo or give 11: ai call,
Office. A`EOND STREET
- NkCHIITOC('HES LA.
i Tonsorial Parlors:
Opposite the Courthouse, next door to the Populists
OI'FORT AND fSPEED C'MBINEDI"
When Traveling V
VIA TI E- ___
o s* Fae o-m
1 RE NORTH AND EAST.
12 HOURS SAVICD
BY TAKING THE
St. Louis Limited Train,
mORT LS S:Ti ALL POWTZ I L
MEMPiIS, 11REVEPORT OR NEW 3RIEAS.
Dmuble IDlI Trlm...
. . Pulm s leetag Ca
For further information call on or ad
dress your nearest Tieket Agent, or
VfA DATv inlab4
Traveliag Passenger Agent.
LI . Ula, eAE's1 urL1
N Vse-res. a 6. Migr. Grs. P & Tk. Asi
° JOB WOEK Wabs i pid for
W. N .Trik. Ju.. Y. 'ucker. Anu tia WL
JACK TUCKER & FLEI [NG,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all Federal an,! Stat~
Courts. .jan 4 '5 ly
Samnuel J. lenry;
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all the State and Fed
G. IH Prothro,
PilYsiCIAN & SURGEOx,
Diseases of Womn and Childrear a
OFFICE at Natchitnohes Drug Co..
(('orner Front and Church Streets.)
Notice to City Taxpayers)
Notice is hereby given to all city tax
payers to come forward and settle same
within twenty days fi om date hereof,
when I will proceed to advertise ce
cording to law.
P. C. ROGERS,
June 14. '95. Tax Collector.
E STAYED before me, Wm. Martin,
Justice of the Peace of ward Two, by
Henry Jones, on Saturday, May 25th,
180, a certatal dun. HRffer, marked
split in left ear, and under sI6Oe in right
Ser, about four years old. Appj b
H.P. Sheppar Bad A. v uN. coe,.
jolL wi ibe uajdkigtd o .
the Peace 00 5 o0.
June ?.-30d. J. . Ward Two.
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