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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 16 July 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. — 16 July 1881

"Hark f ph Artioft 'T At idaeutgi'ea In the Society' of the Army of the Potomac at Rartfor,'Conn., Mr. Samuel L. Clem ems (Mark Twain) responded as follows to the regular toast-"The benefit of judicious training: " " Iaetbut the thougthtftl clvilian lastruttcthe loldier in hL. d::tis and the victory is sure."- .frtOn Farqhar Tupper on the Art of War. Ma.'CuAIRMNa : I gladly. join -wish -my fellow-townsmen in extenditng a hearty welcome to these illustrious Gen erals"and theqe wsr-scarred soldiers of the Republikd ,1iiiiii aoutddayfoi ui~ i and, if the sincere desire of our hearts has been inlf1lleds it has not been an unnple ant 'day for them. I am in. full accor,,; . ýfitl, the 'entitnent of the toast,,for I W ',eiiy,,simaintained iith enthusiasm that thetonly wise and true way is'ir the soldier to fight the battle and the uppjrejitiece elvylian to tell him how to i.'jet. when I was invited to respond. to this toast, and furnish this advice and ins~ructipn,1I waq almqst as much...

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. — 16 July 1881

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All comnmunirationstor thispapershould be accomnlpanicd by the namtie of the author, not nece.sairiy 1)' lll" 4i4at i l, bunt aseevtitOeu goed if:itll oil Ii( part of tihe writer. Write oly\ Oil on,' -' (! Of tleO paper. I;epar.irularly care u. III Ii il I naiunt.s atuid diatc. wo have al: lettersor , ..i. l pal au8,idis&ute, A Fearful Half-hour. In the early days of the Cincinnati Southern, before it had attained its present system, and immediately after the road had been opened for traffic to Somerset, occurred an event the recol lection of which even to this day serves to bring out goose-flesh on those who were coguant (of. l impending disas ter. Within a few 'dvys after passenger travel began, thq olcers of tl oiu i r Ssent invitations. or& trip over the road to all of Cincinnati's wealthiest men and heaviest tax-payers, and on the morning of the excursion doze is oLr riages leftthe urnet Hlouse, 3 t of meeting,  conveyed them across the rive...

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. — 16 July 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 23 July 1881

THE PEOPLE'S VINDICATOR bri rges t Weekl CiUr 'it im the FSt'te TEEO.PLEJ t .. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. . .ACuSSSIbN. St m , VOL VII ( NATOITO S, 1881. O. 39. ot wm n lh IIAuverti silr Iat On apld i ~oti4.I "" " '' ' " "'-"illhbeVII w . • w ith i.ea,,ez, e .-,,, i1t~.. , .t L WALMIL. I. A. WA&LmL:. 0. l. Wasmnesy a Uso, WAS rmN T ake, TauevTOINEs L.L STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, LOar DW ON, Gril'r FEImla GOSH, amim, auesu q.mueeem, uw mi, s PLANTATION SUPPLIES, In ht at this estabalhiment can be buand amyt sad everything that you need or desire. It i our bses o study the want. of our customers, and we latter ourselves that we can suapply the demands of the country. Give as a trial, s by eliie bu~yag, Mr dealing and liberality a sell ing we are determined to merit all the patrlnage that we may reeeive. We are also ole agets far the ; AMERICAN POWDER COMPANY, and therefore in this line we have unequalled advantages. all around sad you will ee that we mesa...

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. — 23 July 1881

Z swmbi iea o of Any COmt17 rap In dh S aOte. lAS. H. COSGRO YE. .EDITOR. A MOSQUITO CONUNDRUM. Mai SWhy am Illike mosquitoes, dear, neve That you have killed?" e sighed Aft SBecause you won't go hum, I tear, fatal SThe sleepy maid r p ue. with * That in'tit-pleaje try once more" and * "Well, then, you're like," said she * Mosquitoes. for they always bore. " You're wrong again," said he. this men a eeanC e they come 'round every night, me, And are a nuusance, too?" * Oh, no, my love; the reason right thro is that I m mashed on you." « " What does that mean?" she asked. While hbe Explained she gently coughed. ly W 0 Oh now I undershtnd," laughed she-- er's. of you're mashed because you're soft." B. C. . Ddge, i the Detroit FrA Presu. BEAUTIFUL HINDS. Hen ister A young girl sat in a large easy chair fit t In the elegantly furnished parlor of her abui father's palatial mansion.- The richest of lace fell over a beautiful hand, which Role rested upon the soft upholstery of the WOn arm of...

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. — 23 July 1881

IaX CyrcnlatIon of Any CGa'txy PFapa in the state. lAS. g. COSGROVEh - EITOl MY JUNE BOY. M. Robi MYfirst bandf Sweet as the pink wild roses wake, embarrass nd freshnes from their petals shake, which they Sfmroeu his' hf bi.malil feet lie wakes, all flushed anti dewy Sweet. "Wife," - eyelidS like white clons of morning See shall [ do v Ad elear theo heavenly bIne for me, for met " YOU ne The wond"r of the haby's eyes! declared. forget-me-nots and morning skies, think now, And all things blue that lie between: I named ye blue ere they were seen! damages. No, violets by the reedy rim against hi Ot plols, where lihts anud shadows swim; would gi Seeing your solt reflections there, Ye know what thingp can best compare; "If yo, 1 hguh in his eyes are depths of mystery eat them,' Slic. never yet were seen, sweet flowers, in picking ti . thee. "we mig, ., rose-bud, rose-bud of the South, them to l say, can you match the b:iby's mouth? And when your petals softly part, very sorr0 Is th-re a...

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. — 23 July 1881

OFFICIAL ar df ? ui hl aCity d lk1itses. JAS8. H. COSOROVE, - - EDITOR. SAHTUDAr, - - Jaul S2, 1881. NOaIC To SuO ecnIUss.-Remit in Drafts on Now Orleans, Natebitochs, or Post Office money orders, or if unable to obtain thee, send money in a eaolsurU letter. All mosey eet at the risk of the peron remitting. In event of uabmcribers de siring their addressee chnged, send at once their old a well as their new a srem, in order to lanre attention. bAll balacee ad newe lettera a tele graphi dispJtohes, maus .be addresaed to "Te r PSoiaz' VYnDcaTOR NATcarTacse, LA. On the 16th, the New York convention elected Warner Miller United States Sena tor, for the long term, vice Platt, by the following vote : Kernan, 47; Miller, 76; Scattering 22; necessary to choice 73. The inquiry is daily made by all classes. "How is the President to-day." We are glad to chronicle the faet, from our latest advices, that his condition is steadily im proving and the prospects are that he will fully recover. The l...

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. — 23 July 1881

SATURDAY, -- July 2S, 1881. W. H. TUNNAiD, 1cl ;Iditur, IMPORTANT NOTICE. No aol'ertiartla t oaf Ajagalaoaloow to Adminmistera, v1 1'rgoiv4ull or IPiitl t Areounto itiiatan ? reaioaais. will lam ineltl willwthou time bill. Tumw.Kv iDn.a., ti, Spaid ln atlvanac. A O Noti a of Jualgpaent will b lýnMiilhl flol~aq, 1pal isI dvmi amna mA goat 9M'ity iPs o. ctraý Notiee smast he pel fr in advatmaga. 4tto nOeI are Aed rerpoaaible Joe all l4,e.l adrer aeamgs, atmd al lauc adeerfiaeemenft will be ineert. j as sUCo kundertaidinag aaly. Local Gleanings. rePt e dlr. i drumni The suction for the engine of Champion afterns ire company reached here on last Friday. tives a Mechanics' Hook and Ladder Co., have good w received their rubber tire buckets. Mani Clouti The railroad meeting whfch convened anys at the Court House last Saturday, did not mie is reach any definite understanding, on the lI'ole railway interests of Natchitoches. at The Syndicate appointed by the Police t(rugh Jury, to adjust 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. — 23 July 1881

miversitvy, has writtea the t>< : oonoerning the . Iie dricty, to the London 7Tmes: Sts: The marvelous "box of electri ity"deeribedt in a letter to pea a_ Oh wis pablished in the Mines. omM 16, ras been subjected to a variety o' als tmi measurement in my~, l9F#r@i ~ 9g r now three weeks, and I thinkitmslqt terest your readers to learn that the ri suits show your correspondent to have _ a~ t1P s 'fl$ h 0i ti as to o, its reag my Cpra~tlvptste on ti bee- i bavior of the Funuro b Lttery; n" vjirqd 4imneastt:eit:s, and to d3 what.I ein'tb W fv iindig the bo-t wuy of arranging "ftpt'th" diffe 'nt kinds of service to '"hlictýk'is to be applicd. At the re que st of th Conseil .d'l'dministration of tl.'Sote ldela Force et la Lumiere, I 'ave~a dlyv uthdertaken this work, be .cure the subject is one in which I feel I inw'`tdas 1.t in[e it a reali .ion of the mott ardently and unccl s iagly felt s;i }tifloe aspiration of my life s.Aa1 .spirP" ht}'l iehi I scrcue j red 1 to expec...

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. — 23 July 1881

TO COE ZSPONDENTS. dl camonrn"HIatol~ls fo~r this paper ahouilA be E,1nanicd fby the namiie of iLe eathor, not We avy' I('r 1;ublikatl mi, but asUevldentca o. jicd I:' itll !lie par of tho wtltr. Writ' oulY on ooe side of the paper. ]e par. icularly ea U, 01º Tº iu e and date», o lave aJi j~1~el14O)r i,: n . p 11 n didistinct. -~ - Facts Concerning Jay iould. they have eaten for The other morning while Mr. Cole, more use the proprietor of the approaching circus other dial and menagerie of that name, was pick- been used ing his teeth on the steps of a hotrle' form, as i quite popular with showmen, a tal!, A little aun.burned, baldheaded man, with pine moderate burs in his clothes and a stick of sassa- their frui fras in his mouth, approached and said: their ripe ," Be you the wild animal man, mis- It is well ter?" sunny sic The proprietor of the "Double Mam- which the moth Mastodon Aggregation" admitted trellis, so that such was the fact. of air bel "Then," proceeded the party from p...

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. — 23 July 1881

me ge*'s hutasor,,e mini- la /J---~ --_. I T1 erq fýeo r f1 ( binsertion; nMid 715 eent$ for each ubaeqnaet itsertion. PArMrT INVAUIABLr IN ADVAIG. AU .Iat i t re ol ow running for a l parlod than threse smoth are el'ed as tranele•t. L l reading advertisements will be charged-for at the rate of twenty cent per line. Marriage notien one do.lar; Poetry nd peruoa menticn with the notice charged as focal reading adlvertisements. asatlem of the Ball. Ile [Cincinnati Gazette.] Dr. Garnett, who is recognized as one and of the best physicians of Washington, but who is very unfriendly toward Dr. Bliin, has made the following statement tothe Dr. Sunday Chronicle: The doctor said he had been waited on by different parties during the week for A Pt an expression of his views, but had uni formly refused to give them. At this stage hl of the case, however, he saw no objection, Robe and submitted to an interview. In an- see' swer to a request for an explanation of 69 the nature of the wound and h...

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. — 30 July 1881

THE PEOPLE'S VINDICATOR •argest Weekly eireuation in the State WAIillu nrux oto.ldo of New Orleans. liesr, Ir 6Advertising rates on application. LpmmIir IVn I`mer -PUBLISRER VINDICATOR, --THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW.: o.A us, a.... ""+*r a · . D OO R !'zO M Wgyq wa.s 6ocHES, 7OUI4I.NA. VOL VII. NATOHITOOHES, L., JULY 30, 1881. NO. 0 c .dIbtke he n t) • SL WJL e i .a. IL . L . -a uurr ac-, STAPLE &FANCY GROCERIE8, LaMrE DIm 00 , GO lr FUlIf MI OoIS K ,G maimU., ruyewm w m ,au ema1, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Tbsaooo d 0Mgmi In hot at this establishment can be found anything and verthg that you need or desire It is our business to dy the wants o our cuosuners, and we flatter ourelves tht e - a pply the dmuands ofthe country. Oivo us a t y, uas bhams ying, hir dealing and liberality in tell Swe are Mmhud to merit all the patronage that we may resove. We are also sole ageoa for the AMRIUCAN POWDER COMPANY, nad therdre Ia this line we have unequalled advantages. (Ill aro ...

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. — 30 July 1881

idea llkilw- . 04 VIVO''~ UL I~~rL 00100 11 - tw "+" Ire A £53 1uflWAL. l ai.. *O"iI~a a ih he. utisu~~ikainumetbb *-1 a...talyand m.., W ee-N eewil wr k ·r ook d ,°~ .004 f =-Amur~r m iasJ, th. 17thb- des pr. a Orqut fLt' m.awm.Iect~om t, trr";1Nrd 41N 1p. egjriý.aeao. The~y Uhinm."th asm.pretlh t hetah , Paim~Bhsbt iin uprc lw ~inthim al P uld (l watt4 DiYto el up. .hilt *bw dopyu twiws. tU iqe rIse utr r asW b.k1.b nimbut titp dsI the 1q, whlmlbthsghtwsh eil dp p g hew M   Amum s rWl.qgtbls I -or "lovr/ M wll R a Lau mg Zs, *A q~wl.. oftD. r.>s, at t Pr*40UIIWIp.P ita 'II Iincs,!m.qeumsmdtlrlibesmsvaldt tl d*4 .d "d t1.N.oaM fee Drgroae 'm mi.Mº A v ~i o paept, uumlre m. " barý.iw. %M o M Pt I~ , heered a memlart ete so." mad fdlw.wd mm .D. tlu "flow. with theism.. T susIdirriipems6 64obl, whrwuue.m, hNltt bl sa of, a N - 'lJ . 1 sd, a ,mrdos et -u UWSth~im~tlhm. '~ Jps1m1 mis pIltýthei .um 6w qThte adw iltriet W rVethm than Lto it lot tw po"~ clwarw I~I rwrg ·iii ;rii ieq;4. ...

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. — 30 July 1881

- ~chlaIttU o A CLYWSU~t~ Pa ýýoao tAy Owaý rapsu~ ta' tn the S15ta. j a· g. COSGROVL Emma STONETS FROM THEAFOHANESE defeat oestlis .lvestuhrinl to vnblish a few specimeps of left not o he iterature of a remloto race, who have their cre( rly attracted the attention of the civilized the senio WI deem it necessary to offer a word of lanation, test the reader should conclude man of 81 ý.the colloquialisms of Cabool are too entertain Isuisly like .the slang .of opr own me Sll.. Sir itiliiasm Leslie in lis admirable commer ro the "Sociail'Tie and Manners of the Haskins, ." s»ays: "Their poetry is rude and ,rprint( p 1f1finll of colloquial phrases, and cele- ro pla only the priusive passiong and most tom the bamiliar snrroundling of their daily life." It This act wilie observed that:this remarkis eminent 0, i$ the following sonnets are faithfully payment of rushtaneh literature. In translat. by Mr. bI 1 ave been at sonme pains to preserve a ny) in ] atmnosphere Ily substituting for the ...

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. — 30 July 1881

JAB. N. cosuovrE, -a EDITOR. SATURDAY,- - S, 1881: 1.wa go- INarhcS(bse a, rdr .o Now Odom, Yaehfboase a ( bdt raas 54.1,w sei m"to obtaia rhos, udmua I " USIM lihte. Alla .eot ot ea rLof sepnrsumI Iug T a of ubeoribeo is Arfttb* aS.UUa emdmd at omoe tbhr n ua s teitr noar airgm, in onrle tlusu Adll baum d saw l-stt. od telegrapbh 4&pmtoheb msui be aiinrod to "Tm= Puot'rL' VPmoCTeO 8a !vc*i UU La. Juast Nathan lifaford, of the United States Supreme Court, died at 9 o'clock on the morning of the 95th, at Cornish, Me. In Santo Domingo small pox is prevail ing to afearful extent. Parties are formed daily for the purpose of interring the dead. Ez-Judge Wia. H. Bobertson, took the oath of offce as Collector of the port of New York, last Monday. Gen. Morritt, the retiring enunmbent takes a foreign Next Monday trains will begin to run between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, on the New Orleans Pacific road. We congratulate the Capitolians on their con nection, by tail, with the outside wor...

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. — 30 July 1881

Ilk 3e 0%~SItt OFRIC.IA Th f wiih tk JAS. g.:COSa'ROVE,.' - DITOR. u1u8hiZ - - as,1test. NOM so Uuuein u.-Rask Ina Drant em Jew Odeon NsausbIshes~ or Post Ob.e mosey aoumr, erluamn etoobtaln theselend mrmyim am rs thater. A Imoney seat at the of the perees emt . In event of subscribers de. s their adiuesies obmiE m ead at once their Md u f as their aew inr order to imsre AUlbsMesu sa mews lettss and telegraphoic Jlpathai ut be udarssed to "Tam Pmonms' VubcraO snMCcar3iocU, I.. Justice Nathan Clifford, of the United I States Supreme Court, died at 9 o'clock on the morning of the 25th, at Cornish, Me. t In Santo Domingo small pox is prevail- a ing to a fearful extent. Parties are formed ' daily for the purpose of interring the C dead. Ex-Judge Wn. H. Robertson, took the t oath of office as Collector of the port of v New York, last Monday. Gen. Merritt, the retiring encumbent takes a foreign A _ _ a Next Monday trains will begin to run M between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, C on the Ne...

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. — 30 July 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. — 30 July 1881

The at 13 y ta-!.ho ey ,tho Iter. John MB . iesa most concerning the King's sacrifices. ny ylsear Geleloemaks exteis hatbn -ddlees in honor of the memory of his ,tater, the victlime being prisoners of war,.. J.Q&Wal oPd 'PA#A sN a wea g ierihbovrig ]ikPi ands mae t eapture a large number of prisone I 7The 'custome lat" y IAki4t*'$ 4th ba 'days; , 11bres everyday and night. Mr. M gis several timersyuonoaed to the palie,. end, vh utweat ,°tW tIiet c& the On D)ec 3o, after several days had been fuhtte in v td , (, o ' u de,'oii Gelettohis t nhatGeso.s otaetoatim ished,  p pIber fimlpotsnt at Sters Intdilt ftibtmw i·'2 ttle. ~o ter ene' of t ' qn ' .r"'i"e e foiy womni rdtt0t are re=era ) r kP - plete the -cereimony-t4enty men- and twenty w W IU to be hrese a, oll o nder the guise of mercy, one-half will be lib easted r cantaruc,'tq'itotWtatmts ar.ip by previous 4rtaers, tbs ehuml s tue tints are all prisoxers of wari d have commi ya a a ro gi, imply besru ai ftrna"l oe...

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. — 30 July 1881

TO CORRE5PONDENTS. j'1 commnications for this paper should be tcompanie.d by the name of the author, not incvariy or pnublicati~o,but as evidence of od 1itlh oni the part of the writer. Write ,D on one s.ile of the paper. Beparticularly .ut, ii: in, names and datee, to have all rttorjj, us plain anddistinct, fectly ii g1ple Imut Important Suggestions. or the Many complain of a very peculiar and pmpk offensive taste in some parts of poltry, into th *rticularly in turkeys, geese and ducks. advanti They can not understand why this sly. should be so, when other parts are per- in one i fectly sweet and palatable. It is always matter the lower part of the body of the fowl- neither the back, side bones, etc.; and unless withou the bird is on the verge of real decay, betwee from having been kept too long, and ever it quite untit for use, it is usuallythe inside weed of these pieces, that come in contact certain with the cutr Lils, that are objectionable. erv le We find no difficulty in d...

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