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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 11 June 1881

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Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 11 June 1881

~n ( . species oftm c i ~attcr nayli,4 divsions,. the A inst faniliar are the sev rtts o;F.Bes, , gad ,flies, wb~c shep, and vauious dome , a 'i, p kingonly Spo er vie. potime Ortw a s, like the tic add tt ' ipon the skin h `b L " ~the animals' wPhiel '4 uT entios or in- i hei Ie figri.t sa or fn ternal, as e ,wori s ;poetimes live entire the in raeý,.as in the case of th o MYdJdhair worm; others penbt of the flesh and Se e'of the trichina; ilHe 'iil- particular or s, e gape W rm in the wind ipo ck lvs, ad ipver Uluke in tho iver e i. Of the-parasites belong ingt ee W h k m the most troub ive to cultivated plant ea those known as mir t and there is inot a plant i~ biths -earth which is not, c`d diticos, liable to the a t p s. Even the h o anid atleis often infeet ble growth which destr ter d renders it as brittl Th -ko attacked by ri ~t ralso man being the vulga names the varru tinds of microscopic fungi which grow, bloom, and ripen their spores; as those minute organs are called...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 11 June 1881

E THRUE TEST. erit of Religion, Goveriqpeut, bee ersons and Things Mlust Rest can opon a Basis of Worth. age We STruths Illustrating this, and pati Testimony of Value to KS. All Ieaders. soil [Clhritan at WForlk.] def iletrue test of any religion is the effect it l ,Joaces up II the lives of those who profess colt uAd, adce.l, the testof real merit every- foal ere icunt . -c the power it To esse s of or pliahiug deslrable results. this age fin] te irbld Aten are hdtltitlflrbi y what et s nm to be able to do, bhut by dh est co do; nob 1 what sepowt to be. but by what they are. 11ti fere is hcre the religion of our own country flit] - se Supe;or to the faith of Mohammedan to pgiutdoO lands; for While there is much tto hypocrisy in the Church, and far too mur uit worldliness, there is yet an absence of those sasual and brutal elements whlnch character- te : the reli ions of Arabia and the Ganges. CoT This ;rinciple is equally true in all other gi" apartinnents of life. The same rule...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 11 June 1881

a yam! a!AMMIII 4 . m 0oms in: "-' """J b i I n ir ink dL o Srle th at with in view. When a r witheShded ohae a s to attain great I aeslh un for which he eter aiIgaae. - orlder to wln at any e it is de able, S that the dute to be kr hs that the tow dall wh as In 1 a sntthuir w m~les le. t two tinmulte a uiu eris eend ter a. tJeate f.mes. vIisb te, s oi al ithee are tal eea . Y..occupation. are deubler, themeuame Mh dawmid with neehabael Ialeas a he Me m thu an erielan their natural l beosne of some eo roneous ideas of what eonstitutes high wal bs." ro aIfl e the t ou Sate an dlu p.no,, ,at lt tet r e in the end. The o sailed purseshulu Me read 4i ad 1ited, ad Wht weol met now are r, It u be ei our mus .......ee them thimu Sle of the, poet toe the nail an the bead in the sentiment that "woreh sakes the man, and want at it the fellow." Our adlvice to young men ea be ummead as follows: adapt yerlf to the pritfor which ye are peelar lited, and then fol.ew it up with Spoint In...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 18 June 1881

*.7ry SATURDAY, in The Pout Largest Weel ci i the otrdt i WASHINITO) T4TREET. Addroe t " Nat,.lit'lI,.I i. " PIBuII VIDICATOM, ''"' per yea' tlvaz.. -THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. .o. ~- o, -ese -NATCHITOCERS LA. A D OoRAWTC NMWaPr A PvR, ESTasABLIzS1II 1874. .....................aa Ieof e , eita l V O L V_ ...... . Connected with this oJNe is fli r I _. . ...n. o . .. ., .,...,' VOL. VII. NATCHITOCHES, LA., JUNE 18, 1881. NO. 34. en her inds of-.Job  ]LA I LEY. II.. W.\ L.SII.V 0. L. .. Walmsley & Son, FRONT Street, NATCHITOCHES, La. -DEAIERS IN TAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, LADIES' DRESS Gi)DS, GEATS' FIIIISllG 1GOODS, ABBIIIWA, GLASWARE qliEESWARE, CUITLIRT, IAN TATION SUPPLIES, Tobacco and Cigars. fact at this establishment can be found anything and hing that you need or desire. It is our business to y the wants of our customers, and we flatter ourselves we can supply the demands of the country. Give us a , as by close buying, fair dealing and liberality in s...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 18 June 1881

- alQO s d *31 6SUfiE a of A B L . COSGEOVI. * . ESnro3 NEWS AND NOTES. F i, L Summary i Im pertant Eranta, w' PERSONAL AND rPoI4TIAl. W Tai Virginia Readjusters' Conven- ni lo, afteri' a long '"nd rdexiti'ceetr6oer Oa enadidates, nominated William E. Cameron arGovenor. Gen.Mahone positively declined col fo run, and Riddleberger, who received a ne &w votes on one ballot, requested that his thi same be withdrawn. Col. Cameron is 40 years of age, was Adjutant-General in Ma- fu bone's brigade during the war; col afterward entered into politics and became tra editor of the PetereburgAppeal, one of the Incidents of his editorial life being a duel Jought with Robert W. Hughes, editor of the Republican paper, the State Journal, in of which Cameron was shot through the abdo een. He cut loose from the regular Demo srats In 1877, when Mahone was defeated in Obtaining the nomination for Governor. The the second place on the ticket was given to John be F. Lewis, who, in a speech accepting t...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 18 June 1881

JAS. H. COSGROVE. - EDITOR. The elde; bids opened in the valley by the stream, And the roses had unourled their silken legi ttil;l,.i t The harvest days were passing, and the reap. ers' sextlhes agleniu, TVI thb:f-evel. iedkls were dotted with the sheaves. It was treIwmy iIobe whispered, in the gleam. lig. lti thWe g;dtt'. While the daylight bloom was drifting into gray- "Love, the time is swift approaching-as the . ller groweth latu q0.ltt " ist ted rine shall crown our I kissed her in the darkness, with the stars •alone to se,' And her brown eyes shone like Jewels in the gloom, -The night breeze fluttered faintly in the lofty locust tree, And lightl -2i)ed\;4q rose's toyalbloom. But befOre the week was ended, ere the har vesting was o'er, I h144 e t,may darlitng Heibe and my home, Left trlove and p0ace behind tme-left my sunny westelsrshore, And wt.S sailing far 'nfid reeling waves of foam. Ah, jealoasyis'tesMl truly, cruel as the trave: Oh, my lovel my love! 'twas doubt had ehnn...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 18 June 1881

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Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 18 June 1881

E1P I, .. IJ. wa-w M'. ANT NUTUGE. pgpm~~jbr .3 bpim g1SL kh u wC L.C (- eah - In" hes ben Is dt m"ebe i k1. Cmalab at wedr , I, -ra..1 Il e ,.,ve.1 ds'. W. - nI alethesair ,ey. ot JewhUtleast Lad mo t TA-m ate a thW mellrhg t n suesly dead? We feM ii sh Aret that the "brmed IO heeal mghd, and "we b aes Ia, Vmhon. -- shmn ait aM siea-. SlSYiwe. a l the stn*, at J. A. DUeMsP. aI isw me wark Il th lad S.esr well d, Apad I de moupw Md Pio. dati walk" i*s tnhs puts alm s "N new sad a elkdd. a mm i- m as dieil dAl m hd be abumt of ateW, t, a war, , atJ. J. ellCek & be. dnat wek, a gi hos atety W" .a a uesamg m a omws hey weemthe ad Smi al wasomeb had a 1indkg b .emset thIs Sobeam, sad bysp.. sn will d a  mi t is  at eier. ' tMlsi ot wk a s helal- U ustileuthbe haplumat.es to mrs.- . M1A. arias gin d will de well to patutaee ! as M uessea kis w lrk. l Sast J. A. Dnmsumaa & i s Inrlo eo',as hsi sanb jar, 11j upAhamew t1lmM. &b sa, a asutilmg t ilgippe sad il .a P. Lstg. a ...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 18 June 1881

Iase.leamsin--lew te Best Wrestle t with the Carpets. nary, work-a- ap . hose who c can a or : i_- Ton-al carpet lifte ct t and I oft req thei pose o and whi of clea Tashi hard ,is smh i plea sugg o 0 g hous an]ak t; ta itihs -clq"g sr vi- i rol b uint seat- d son" t), b and d there re m` f. battel ei il a Igo fen ta l usual b most to dish- , u time, t h iI when the every ,!n job if v a en, the i li Then w". brea oit f the ,riid t then begin at the opposite side of the room and proceed in the same wayuntil c both halves can be folded tooether. ihen begin at each end o  ithr fold toward the middle until it is small enough to care gioo W e take anp in this way e p t i id p taken into thel1 s i f tho in the room, a a t easi td handis when out of doors. a When once out of the house there are a various ways of, dd poaing oi. One o little neighborhood I know of used to b put hnest.r)a)Iit.pJal the mill- ii race for a day or two. Andt a certain I hygienic lady w .oo ;dteled hetItgebarh...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 18 June 1881

dmer Fdler Crpu. to meadows and pastures Th by the severe drought of last of the - n not be repaired fully by the from irorable weather this season. The Thor( of grass and clover last year was lishm s complete failure, and the old Cana are now found to have been The injured by the destruction of a any t proportion of the grass roots. The ment, is now coming up very thinly, stick Sfedry days may cut off the hopes draw savrage hay crop. Every year's It is t ce proves more conclusively the fl 4 bietore that the farmer and with miust depend,to a great extent, (that summer -fodder and his winter posite upon crops specially grown for restir bg. As we depart further from is th to mouth practice, and increase (an u Sdemands upon the soil, it is neces- with to grow such crops as will yield the wher proportion of fodder for our wood Every dairyman should aim to size at least one cow for every three- engin i fpossible, two--acres, by growing The. r crops and by using purchased recei' stuffs. H...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 18 June 1881

- i I~ N U "w" ý A erri 1 ý i ýý (~~~3~~I Noe eorq we tei dtils sms has been made to pases stock laws, great oppo sition has been displayed by the small farmer class who claimed that the move ment was in the interest of the land own ers. Yet if the small farmers would only Al consider for a moment they. would see that the fence-incubus is live, ten, fifty-fold more injurious to them than to the plant-u er on a large seal. Brown, we will say, is a hard-working man with forty acres sual of land worth $15an asre.. If' he meloses Rht this forty acres with a substantial fence, W it will cost him at least $150. Thus, up- a on $600 worth ofland, he has to expend Inc $150, or 25 per cnit. for no other purpose o than to keep Jones's stock fronm destroying 1, his crop. Twenty-five per cent added to nee his investment without inereasing its val- LeI no or its prodnuct. Next to Brown lives sI Robinson, who owns 160 acres--four times as much as Brown. Does it cost Robin son four times as much fo...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 25 June 1881

SF pleThe pis lefIularr p io.", inteAfdv p rtieSug nteo he aunpplni on. W&;" of the "r, and lwl VOL. VII. ( NATCHITOCIIES, LA., JUNE 25, 1881. O. 35 JDprtmnt where ll nd ofJb gL A.SLZY. LI. A. WALMLEY. 0. 1, Walmlnsl yc Son, FRONT Street, NATCHITOCHES, La. -DEALERS IN STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, GENTS' FUIINISIIIlG GOODS, lAllWARE, SLAISWARI QUIEENSWIE, CIJTLEI, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Tobaccooo and CGgars. In fact at this establislhmnent can be found anything and everything that you need or desire. It is our business to study the wants of our customers, and we flatter ourselves that we can supply the demands of the country. Give us a al, as by close buying, fair dealing and liberality in sell wig we are determined to merit all the patronage that we may receive. We are also sole agents for the AMERICAN POWDER COMPANY, ead therefore in this line we have unequalled advantages. Call around and you will see that we miean just what we say. We are sole agents for ...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 25 June 1881

1ji4 **h Eo 3 ý ( ý ohs 1 -th ; ýaý journeya far a7n" se oh saNidan he stopped and kdmed m tie qejW for many a day Good-h; a hakissed me once again, H to1f afew shoart months had fled he Wka a 1 answered my husean4's ta *Ieotld ntati yaw " he said: he r er as lea- fair s thls." he s Noby m usband's side, lgo ra a rn, sweet, to.day; 'O overthe ivertbe boatmen glide- at ea.1a, J1,ha linger long away." o Shh, s veome back soon, I know," Isaid, eIstgoped for the partlng kli; he *ieaan ao tryg, he told me so, s There Is never a and so fair as this." w 3etuany amonth and many ayear Hade on dea my danrin weens rway Wil he never eome back so meet me here? as he found the region of pefeet day? Ovr theooesm he went and eane; Over the river, and lingers there I Pallid boatmanl eall my nine I low me reionso wondrous fair. hi THE LADY BLANCHE LIFEBOAT. WI Be was drunk as usual on his watch, HI though there was a big gale blowingout at ea , with r thp sings of a storm o ead b a d it mlht be th...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 25 June 1881

4Al.tCOSiRVi?7. . EDITOR " HOME, SWEET HONE." left 1 - hen a 'J BRIT HARTh MIGHT HAIV WarrIT IT. dolP Blown o' San Juan, be Stranger, I'm Brown. ther Come up this mornin' from Frisco- kind Ben a-saltin' my specie-stacks down. Ben a.knockin' around, on Fera man from San Juan, putty considable frequent S Jes' catch onter that streak o' the dawn! 88o Ri lit thar lies my home- a Right tuar in the red- I could slop over, stranger, in po'r into Would spread out old Shakespo e cold " R dead. er, ryou freezse to this; there aint no wha k. iinder gin-palace lor no variety-show lays over a man's own ple May beit haint no style, but the queen in the tow Tower o' London jant got naathin' I'd swop for that house over But tharon the hill-side. do *er isu m olegal. 'n' the kids, 'n' the rest o my lve-stocr; ger huar my Remington hangs, and thar there's a A griddle-ca a br'ilin'- gfrtHe two of us, pard-and that, I allow, the Wa heavens p Idile more friendly.like than on any other locality. ~tneI, n...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 25 June 1881

_'_ , .-   ..... '/' j ;C ORleOvtr.E, ", LEDITOR. , - - 2a , 1881. " To 9-=-fl it in Draft n 1 NBs&Mooh.., w Poet de" messy AS m aoseyutato kesof sid. ant es their and 'ne~a letters sand stepaplri inset be airesmed to 'T"T Paorzz a Y'PucAlleqwls N itsuocum L* Theikltaiw wheat of the present crop, arived at Baltimore, from Virginia, on the ist. At was rom Northumberland eonn ty, and sold for $1.25por boushel. A. N. Ogden, Esq., who recently loca ted in Alexandria, for the purpose of ~eIramteing law, died in that town very ildu3y arits Satury., New Orleans is again discussing Quar. antie. If she could lay. aside the idea of her banana trade and think more of her tn and inland business this qaran 'ad bcneiess w6uld not beao difloult. Amiong the prominent candidates for ke next Speaker of the House of Repre sentatives, National Congress, are Hon. * 'iA.! C of Iowanadl Hon. J. S ohio, lion. W. D. Kel The latest vote at hand, in the New I York Convention, for New York Senator's,...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 25 June 1881

SATURDAY, - - Jae 2, 1881. W. H. TUNNARD, 1cal Eitor, IMPORTANT NOTI(E. No uadvrtU'mant of A qicana tE AeIagsibr, of jrjIgdujaagJr YVuI AI'w b n~tN In :i, kl mll e inuted without the, Wi, Tenu u IJlOLLMWI, b o Notice ol Jud nt will 1I. yweldeIaJshI uanloss paul in advuace or I MI agnritj Ove.ls Entray Nutiree mumt le1ulald4 fur lea A4vae,.e.. Atewn a erv e M 4reaep vil for al lr al adoredr. tigmua.at and all ok admeetieursena~ j will be ineert td as ouch waelantandinagg ol. Local Gleanings. What has become of the fire company for the engine f The belligerent condition of the atmos phere still continues "hereabhouts." Okra is in the market, and now the fa vorite gumbo will be in active demand. A complete amortment of clothing and gents' furnishing gdods at J. A. Ducour nan A. Son. Complaints are being made about bath ers who go in swimming at the ferry land ing. Boys, use iees vulgar English. The adjourned session of the District Court will begin next Monday, and jurors are expected ...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 25 June 1881

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Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 25 June 1881

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Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 25 June 1881

T ce dC ( htI f a·i erperoi thin aleeed a s transient. clgeuq,1 i rndo l bery h d for owlas a dollar ; Poetry·and person l ý tit~I~ ottoe charged As local reading S--~-Lifiailrr. I Mr , ianu laud lfEV a. I, (N. O. Democrat.) Whatever may be said or thought about the wisdom or folly of Mr. Conkling's eon ducnt in resigning his seat as United States senator from the great State of Now York, and of his almost hopeless endsavor to se mere a re-election to the saelle position from the Legislature of his State, there can be but one opinion concerning the ac tion of Mr. Arthur, the vice president of tlhUnited States, in playing second fi4 dAl tothe great man. it must be painful and humiliating to every right-thinking citizen of the United States to see the second highest oeicer of the, country-the possible Presi .ent, the presiding oficeer of the most dig idfied legislative body in the land, acting ah mere runner, a paltry bandy 'man, a eatepaw to the angry senator whose favor and smiles h...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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