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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 24 September 1881

r,,es' Clrelation of Any Co.ntry Papa to the StMae. AS. H. CSGROVE. ExDITOR OUR WILLIE , ('at~i::;: steamshilps on the chair, and CiuIting off the dolly's hair, P ('itting papers on the stair, t'1uttm+ caper, everywhere Thatrs Willie. had Mfhn!: "db'gles" on the wall, my :3:king mudt.pies in the hall, awe ilaking "horse-lines" of my shawl, Dot inking trouble for us all- don That's Willie. our Ilmmerin upon the floor, tim :lbouting yl his thrat Iis sore, Mtakinr al youth's batteries roar, stol A! of thi+ and even more- A That's Willie. get s.iling all his finest clothes, one .tubbingI out his "French kid" toes, lDirty cheks and dirty nose, the caring little how he goes- whi That's Willie. I f -Fuller. On the morrow he shall go obji With his ma to neighbor Snow; of The piano leg he'll cutmi Daub the furniture with smut, Scratch the big new sofa, too, a* t D)raw across the glass a screw, "Al And our neighbor Snow'Jl be mad, L But, you bet, I'll not be sad It's my Willie. pen --Cooure...

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. — 24 September 1881

lAs. HT, OROWrE EDflOR BilU*RAY. ý sp(4, ,1881 8iwuu .D vgpe-Budt In prafra. o o Post ffiOce mons o bto Othese;aLd looney J a'-miur piWas't Ali mmoney set at the risk o ,iUi-- 5. 'I event of subscribers ad soomend at once theil S n'--r e lu iorder to insr - bnsjs'u smd news letters and tel egrapbi Sb reed t P.orLK The New Orleans lfse should ha* ,e mmntioned. Natehitoobes as "one of th ul largest towns in the State." Our popula- m1 tion is oter 1000.more than Minden. m;e Aite broke out in the buildings at tht fair grounds in Kansas City, Mo., on the O 14th. The people became panic stricken H and traunlel each other down, but for te lyptone was killed. The loss sus I tro apoonted to $5,000. ,When FaaxN Huma and HaWY WAT-  sO, 'scceed in making tariff "au issue,_' . they can 'eont, to a dead moral certainty, n Lonisiafa -as an anti-democratic State. ii son ad the war may make a' sd e hbut tee trade" will tear i "l Mrs. Susan M. Bonaparte, widow of Je- i rome Na.poleop Bonaparte, ...

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. — 24 September 1881

PAT, - - lept. 24, 1881. i I. TUIN NAR, Local Editor, IMPORTANT NOTICE. r. slttsment ne ApplIin to Adnlmuimter, vowWmlor FinalI Aroonnbh;l, IhimMon:, birtl without thu bill, .Tailu Doult, is advanCe. ode of Jutllmentt will be published unless irA orA DI gu(I tecturitv gIvtu. N 11ativ S lat Ile ipali ntr In tVflnerP. are held responsible for all legal adver. nd all such adrertiematets will be huert. m.ulrerttrMlaifl o0ly. Local Gleanings. Water is no longer a scarc'ity. beo leilr, beautiful weather this week, been very favorable for gathering the 'ader of the cotton crop. oe New Orlerns and 'aciflic Railroad prove a blessing to this. parish this in bringing supplies and goods, there is no other imethod of trans ing freight. piatrict Court still continueIs its session: isadowly but surely .dilosinng of the rous civil suits which hurden the teg. The term bids tfair to hi it lengthy Very col nights have prevailed since rai- , and it is asserted that frost imade sppearauce in this lo...

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. — 24 September 1881

sin a Sweet orI u i r a of the ms'n-j methods for keeping or when lioht an-. ;the fruit niasi i he ! .y:e> Cider a os r quality and y ththat from , -oyII s°I; keep much varies notonly r at whlchlls a t at of the appl. t jias te from apples so t astringent in their ' ucd Juice, apples the u feli the largest per .ie utropgest cider e i"tileom apples which least atbtint of juice. The Copfleld, Virginia and other ,t  y esteemed as cider o esIt et and pippin varie small apples of al lt nnrtieies make a fairly good ar- t I.t y. caimed that the best ii rider tp reaches the larger p e s°'  steam mills f lated in large rge press, oth- r Skeeps better than e in a small hand-. .fuller-flavored and r is obtlained E Wed to remiin t Ssad turned ocea- d -induce fermentation ibdorte n lhab is eprm.ed.. ITIIOIII the S .jie may. be influenced by the manage end the pulp. Different varieties of -- 4difeent flavors, butfrom a -itweo '1tet varieties of 1 W- bfore any change of a -4as ecurs from .,...

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. — 24 September 1881

4 CORRENUPONDENTS. Ilinnmunancations for thtspraper should be - apiuled by the name of the azuthor, nol oy for' publicntliºn, but as evidence of itlth on the part of the writer. Write ply on one side of the paper. Be pare lcularl ightl. in gi iia, names and dates, to have at or tnuros pmain anddistinke i.ii....~ru plui ... . .mn m The Blue Burro. The donkey is a marvelous animal in oint of voice. His braying power varies ersely ai his size. The large Spanish jock, whose bray can be hearda distance of thirty-four miles-as computed by Sprof. IIuxley-is reduced to silence when he enters into competition with a small London donkey of not half hi. size. The smallest, and, at the same time, the loudest, of all donkeys is tlhe Mexican blue burro, a little beast not much larger tha:l a Newfoundland dog. It was'a donkey of this variety that in 1867 put his nose into the door of a Pro testant mission chapel in Minitlantepetl and brayed the preacher and the entire congregation, numbering five...

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. — 24 September 1881

prsaste and 5lentM for pj perqM nyamvAmuL I AANCL g 16oi ha puihd than othes manh ýbarged for atS* cM eai~. ;~rai ard."a--e~s,,e u ab ,re, -; pveta Mur mulede. Burniade, whose General Amb o Tueday morn death ocars6 s tan Tiae'y moth d the 13th irs at his home in Bristol, Rhode Island, was one of the sitting Sena- Dr. B tors from thsat State in the Congress of the United States, and has occupiedn this country a nons place in public aftairs in this cowats daring the past twenty yberty, ie twe born May 23, 8, at Liberty, the Ri itate ofInda In his nineteenth yeara d the entered th o United States inilitheyat - HC my at WesP Foint, eriating ai thn t II I ,hIo stitntion in 1847F e oservetf moh ti heº a Mexiican wr, wherehe rei nI i A forgallant otnd' anp spt u t e am o against the 1 o Indian out ntirs.;l n 18" he resign- 'r ndhiionl the to engage in HLe ed hil breec athe auf rof the tdreech Len Irnos oo8ad hS ipe .haim td w name an h ss lorwunne!!t tIo. In 1t8 h 151i3V of Illinois to ac...

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. — 1 October 1881

PEOPLE'S VINDICATOR V uoblished every SATURDAY, in The Post V CA R, 9ee Bl" Largest Weekly circulation in the State WAS INGTON STRIT. outie of Now Orleans. Suscription per year, inad,%ioa PUBLSHER VINDICATiOR U irbrates on application. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. P. O. Bo O, _'_,_- I- A. DmP OE C IZ7WsP NATCHITOCHES LOUISIANA. i oCommnnications intendedl for Imbliertion nmT - - Sritt on sie te r, andddd VOL VII NATCHITOCHES IA OCTOBER 1 18h1. ) NO 'To the ""I " °9w 1 8 1 O 9Couneted with ththis ofaie i srlhaa. 1te. (C. L. WYALM.4LEY. I1. A. WATLMSLEY. C. L. Walmsley ii Son, WASHINGTCN Street; NATCHITOCHES, La. STAPLE &FANCY GROCEWIES, tIDIES' DRESS GOODS, GETS' FIRNISHIN I GOODS, hARIAIE, GLASSWARE qIWUEEISWAIE, CUTLERT, PLAN?'TION SUJPPLIES, , Tobacco and Cigars. s"-In l wient can ,ef.fouid StrV. Give us a , aling and liberality in sell to merit all the patronage that we may ceteN. We are also sole agents for the AMERICAN POWDER COMPANY, and therefore in ...

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. — 1 October 1881

77, )-· : ··- , ~ m kraOe woais"ner_ me: m, e oo. or wa y he cam Qwh ~s c fb nd to do, t aritsded, shaup alone Sloaovel Whof his own; he cookeedsli meals and made his . o all ,wneighbors said. *.i. bo. n too, said many things ofhoa peope wonderyhere 5eerW 'c(OQ ein hed'* dfbeean l wiShia hsdoomor peered therein. wnw alt eybbcam e Wasp to something wrung-hxdecl, bigherpoe heard strange noises there lad long retil, and lslght Was otem sees to boar all night. IN lift his house bat seldom-then Woald lwaysr hurry beck Owuens t: bTIaedso !st shw ook, Wn jpn one, aMu t bonat lock. Aske one Moor hme awte: t overnWow iMd. e t anctio ii it? .hstashirek6Cpaln uin; = d no headudetand. Sb e . buantwell, we, ern found tie mande's ma'se hair o issed him there adehe " altched his hand, t wds no onelk-oot Id hersnd 'A ' wb e searchn, fond the dead man's, b Look to mothr-l m at Nest. .r·ou'l 1e wyy Ifrnsafely hid Aandlo wlla bless her minl ter sr 1 Ai some day-though be died unknown h tbrooh the O...

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. — 1 October 1881

g re a i c at.?l P 1ap . R. CiOIatia of Any Coty Ppao. JAS. H. COSGROVE. EDITOR. sh " UTTER" POETRY. a-i Oscar Wilde, the "utterly too too" poet of st Londloli, ia1. published a volume of hie il loem. which are quite too awfully remarka- H( ble for-f-r one thing andanother-cspecial yH the latterl. We append a sample, which i Fr AN .ESTHETIC POEM. A rinlt of gold and a milk-white dove Are goodly gifts for thee, lit Ala it hmpen rope for your own love To hang upon a tree. For you a House of Ivory vi! (Hoses are white in the rose-bower!) er A narrow bed for me to lie (Wlite, O h bite is the hemlock flower!) WI th Myrtle and Jassamine for you (V, the rose is fair to see!) For me the cypress and the rue at (Fairest of all is rose-mary!) fil For you three lovers of your hand pl 1.reen grass whore a man lies (lead!) he FOr ume three paces on the sand hc (i'aint lilies at my head ) It is not difficult to Drodncesuen stuff. You gc simply oil up the machine, give the crank half a dozen turn...

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. — 1 October 1881

(iM 4 t;~ MriGarleld being, rapidly in r)bakthe Wise-Lewis uci has been g of powder and M Virgiflais still safe. . *sommanding Ip -t high, a is pro ' { l"jea edtcated, las V ih a ieized as y, s4. 11s rned to New "esa ir none the ; 'the same time e4a to give his t foi his final .--A i: a w nt'' of extradition York, fro., Washington 4, I~f Esposito, and he was ;,'4sdi Vt fa the,. Italiln authorities., a . 'meric's interest in the *' ;who'iheae furnished the Presi. . nt - ,4 oeu .;"ar ticles,, such as M gdm, eql ,e-ihine, instruments, , a., retag tou'sd'in any bills for these ': ] t.lihu iis estlimatred that the phy. .. lamI n* will foot up $950,000, which 'i Il se i.beptd by the t oqnrdment. S `Th ate  i, t aid for the S 4 i• , b. itanti It will "'L k U ..... . t ,suppl Y the wants e e9nh haex p hrvestan , i-n. Y U47 n t eA esrias buted by the prover Uar open-hsnded Amerl 1!1 k ;.kYhMW announced th n ight of the 19th "' ` r" "j' d`egrees north 4 rt a nestrange . . I ter- .h...

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. — 1 October 1881

_ il,- -- t. I, 1881 R W. I. TIUNNARD, Local Editor, -iMPORTANT NOTICE. a , gdvetlment ofApplication to Adminintt,, Slpriomal or Final ArcnImtn in KRnoe imns, baigserted withonut the bill, TH I:rK I n.,AI:e. • T.o- advance. 4:"k" . of Jhulgment will be pnblisheid uless s ran ce or godl seenrity gven. A 4 are held eposlble for all k4al adzr d all sch adteKsremente wri l ineert" nder. tandina oMls ocal Gleanings. There are twenlty-ona.atreet Inmps I,n t J principal thoroughfares and tle are 'laI ldelly serviceable on dark nights. W gav, you consulted Mr. Mutt: about v pr heavy i . achineh He. can an ekit run --:eans will be tnbusually abund:ta this J, s the trees are heavily ladened with i,.sedelicions nuts. Already they begipn , Ptoake their appearance in the market. pre The residence of Mr.. G. W. Clwtloltn was totally destroyed by tire, in Conshat- on .., last Satnrday night. NIothing w as tai oved and no insurance.. There was a refreshing shower last Moa- p sy afternoon, whic...

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. — 1 October 1881

bette and tile n py farmers is that th w.aid crcks in times d g Sa dy too dryi and nore. b then Thorn jthe Sinthe form of co . t a well-prepared on open poro gen material, andea will pass thromers it verthat m R a retained in its cells. a0t il maidy be omared un, 4 g brick, which will ab- o, eorb to the amount that can t be so ihe milnte spaces bstween , the oand wky; and while rier open, pos mnfatorable to Spplied in excess, still a lar-ge t is always retained inh it is com- ells.ft Ssoilmay be comsre b re to the amount thisat can beatd, d ii hU miuthe moistre in itswee ds l ast the soil shrinks and Sbrthe.s unfavorable to for Sywhich it is co r hone, ad for this rethis - ways doatermd deep plow heat of the sur n ostriking. i wrard, ddslv out the moisture in its ateven forlast the soil shrinks and con on ther surface, and to avy a e i epth, accordin g to theep and _Zreluent srking up and pulverizing. e seldom the drought. so sevelike asd een workedts moiver to the mdeuch ongf fer ...

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. — 1 October 1881

trnamnlpnctions fov ttpaper sbopld b. eomNlded by the name of the Author, not SP arily torpubltcntion, but as evitlence o talh on tlse pert of the writer. Write f ~býn one sfde of te paper. 11eparticularly r t, in givi naies and dates. to haveafl itter or tiuIA pleu anddiatinct. Graveyard Life Insurance inae th vanmi. of A ease heard before Al n Graul th of this city today ore. . en•ged in lo tie of the methods of tdlife insurance. th the business of gr infirmities and a in An old man, bent 't suit against an th miespent life, bros The money, he cc at to recovhad mise d him for the fr dhad beering his life, but the lo privilage o pay the amount. The to agent ref 'a "professional" in the fh rosec naving risks taken on his IA e hes n 'ng the part of a dyiagmar, at Seality his ealth is as good as p S",.age man at his time of life. be nal charge p er 01..- n iTh t seems that they are duped by "o agents in the following manner: fI Spofesaional consents to be insured to for 81,000, and...

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. — 1 October 1881

Ci i~ edn g4·: e*. P t e.sa.alone fully ricnpera t tiltbe:_ot~ ofthee late deva8ta t lu t but it isa itering into the sr;t iold o6r petiittIt in manufactiore hauld , thr nsell indastries with . seal :al 'eaterprIso lit:are, eminently praise worthy and atlifaB tory. The cotton Ex i,.sit~ht Atlmnt* ies designed as well ddii oR' hes.d y b to tohe world thee:rv onuoWC 4,i3i2 machiner' to repro ,l,:hienne lr it boills iuh fabrics readyAfor in:i! liate, con'imption not only here but bTroad. It is fitting that, upon the very soil .where Shirinan's army began its nlir'tdof lestructJoon, laying waste cities arid towns, a greiat manthcturing com iuxii*. tv sholdT celebrate the advent of t -,,rtseroun and growing metropolis by an tt'i~ftin such as is contemplated, prov ig , si.it will, that the fields are white uUto the harvest, and only await fresh hit-4 is to gather in' the crops and turn tthem intommniau itie for daily as. To meet.thee raord aikry demani made untn them for lbor,the pop...

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. — 8 October 1881

e- Pu" sama, " bS Bar =wswu sus 2-'yw - d bp «,mm"No ar __ __ I''J.SI~ ~ VItIC T d" -m P"I as suto VO VieI teamM1I+" T B R 8, 8 T H E~a Aý0 1 W E F A E_ F T H IC P1sd'P EI8 T IF8u. 16L .. 1. LAW_._ '3. o. .. . itn tinWNWnzaaa.ruD 1W7t 'M w -m - a 71 Mýý1 IL a WhSL.&t -404" 200 STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, PLANTATION S1PPlIas º Tebam mad OIgm_ 't bi tb t wehbesirr iu be oeast ss tkriae st -4 the wO N ear eru sail we biter asrub o m we a- mpp ly thre dwus .ro. a sustI7. (lire ma tY , M b d ha fIr etmilug sa Illt U In wlt !y we m g miwtweek tafl the pstrum fit swe uqvere. Weuare ahm.j.iehaggu mtbta AMERICAN POWDER COMPANY, mi tmbe 1.ta thb U1w we have mqmuw r lledi adsuguas. (LUmvmaSfdyl m wiwsetbat rre sa jmwl Im we y w. We maskeputWgtbie mkr I' III Shl P1 HIMIII 31W It~ TTSi 6Lg. W S NTS A UtV , Ivmaum ws'L S_- m~ uia 1 - -" )~Y inm-u *riml r Ic N- 11 P SC ~YI~ I~~~e 1ý1 Ii I >w II NIL, 1 ,,1 "i= - A I l IC A*3 i 4 *I M.1J. (xI'UINSA*. Attorney at Law, ksssul bfdh Nimbs. ls. ...

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. — 8 October 1881

fir. I tdi 0m. i -b" 3mT~J~ U ~51 -. -- -- -- r IU WIn? *ptJayIrt A? 715 am! .rrtA&lw dTrr " i X . OX1-.. ~ý 4 TI"Mrs 1 ri lamLIIpr r 1Ww %-1 r 9m 01*%F Iwww r..l. j see s = *no !. %arrr" We..ir buýý Udw-M RC n N TK & rl" ""w I We4 nom. arto . e o Mkar w r~ml~ ~ Obwml -rLrQub LagO il aa IId..iiehe a w- -k-ghd e d^OUil~uw ad . Weww oo~ (Yo& of sk MA We1 ho a:;. O _(II an IowaP 3o 11 w % owM.ie a awe, m Ine. kr ýit w she hj roa, was ahitches" mM bea wri my Nae i i wep w~hh ml wet Swhmilhwnutd.Ulr .YeL ea !nh OhniIrbaid Line wiee t' - lt ra' oe r at weL rkys mg. in~mbrdpu w. .hd~.:~wd worky Isth hi+ýe. tdi min Mkd b Ems adh ," hol 3t hat &i. bý wer «eMdDme hsad were eewgrkwrr ~ Ulr' - pg~bi~m~ wads 'hisqw bu ch id hig eea a l h. u,"Ima «M retrerJ e l he. » , wh ewidiink~idmhai -e them a tep. t AsusI ii 1"Wb, a what rb~a the weg. deh ~la ,"hew mi 'he,. usudi -? C~vast. qm~~ IIk~kaY b.~~i Myin .wi u~r~ mesh &dbmmIbum i~t·L~Pie,.· rU clE mu sk thdp.Ire raer mme b * r~r...

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. — 8 October 1881

wr. 5*5 U. COSG . son m.. us, B COSQIIo V . sago . bbits Ib h ,W that was to, , ume hy s .hat9rd awlt btesrend ame the ea; I1 thr sat .) tr/on-el. mp, tuirew . Pt Wa're I wa a sewtel+re tuess wunute tut la tier geawl .Ship tlynetRsl. All o"a Sifa .oine ca* Whl tshe wb t a 1u*, a0s Ilklab rpta r, A To rlh t1 Il Wnlrllt wIvme. h aT Ilb.P |hee m . hiw. ,hel eht *w t'uspmsa Is e the drl abl to the nPatI I3s the mIaieu haeb, Wh lb. tehart.. alte td.I, Ia tam Im'aid Mad. 9" "aUt. bho oaJ·'* n ra L toe .ted.h I Wd A., I.mL- .marm l Iha •b hedib its h***Isou saltt rrlY warst ot is *o. I.l*It a.1. W. "w. b ho but And Iw Mnt a lr bM .elt. s1.4 * (b. wubat ikw the  rltant Ilrate? )let .Al how t*h. the ret1aet .eand'" rdl TUO, the mlsalthae 4iw to the greelagt hI AsL lt asdrat tos a hetad .1 *eWt it the j.a.lramti eat a hteet. MdtAI 1r o Veura Iath .bn . to e 3. eait Irt) sawl leO.ee mtnlely Jones the light are holend to g. In *O,h ly .te4 to. thr gurbtusrt treak, p And rset tlw pspe...

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. — 8 October 1881

PSAL tperi bbi dh&mu CAI. IL oo«_ lAS. N. eInfr @U g m. sjy + AV,..4 rk6.I,3. 1 eA'ZA " -w gl b ofiW "-rý ~ c. out sow" ll AU -~~ 1- Wkq bIbs'.r i SuIp& a- . hiý r gin w VnweWr ja·w aim· l u Lo. 4M wwomwkrr~r Lt. Tlp ptf lb la*m hrI' I'rv .n al ems' ath da Sm o' oi s -l , a h. .e.M Ipowwow. MA patalN. )or".e.,.s war LCory pee" that ! Atula. by. n art of 1.r Irjs.e'eatr. no wp4 for WiP e. ohr %@al silh a pm1t w. Let grse~r. em.' hr em' thet Chia ...w hub all gb' . that h' rrrt *i raw. h"" It I. A lehauw.. Thee'w.1'tlalteamof .inaplaa.04e. lia pmed airy. Me Wa'.h&.gta.mI., tlatwedr.%. Wa bill go 6=4 as that .lat. Altattm.. (huuiual ('eAhbiD uaaeleaaaeig upas. I.. dklletntl hi badl awt raw 13au.t We. jalu." as tAy. 4.« 1hi betaumly ewedrd that item. Tha.. P. 3aaud 1 o inuawu. w I llt r ·Ir. u siem s pmb .1n th lb nit..I 'rta. kbat Ren ewa l'l aalare. ar ,ulatt, Ithe at.,a All~ u e r. ham itmtl'auIrd lb. I'Waeemt .411w. tarn . I.R Red a lar' ma'al'ar unof 1.r... a litile. N ...

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. — 8 October 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. — 8 October 1881

,rnd -orls ended tug farms e en b~yand oeat anud iag' pig- bushes, milk. Stnip etle, which us atlrough the season. &t ik wwere by no manse v It wraaim i ,ble,"al ingding -ithe hors to avoid lrquent thumps of 'the ia against iarp stones. These stop were of four klids, namely: sol id r Afixed, projecting upward in the Strack three inches- or mote; solid and -rojiaing enaly one or two inches; loose Iargktone, sad loose small ones. Of Sthe flaedstonesaa we counted twen ty-es ` single average mile, which woultake o60 for the ten miles. aume ; ln sjans of various whba e b pr n present wehisle to <Iee ldty than .trcikhg ston .when' uP r' full hea way. Q1he fsrner esrrying thirty 0a - des of wheat, whose wagon strikes a meea and to himself; and a repetition meny times a day, year Inand y.arout, mkes inconvement bills at the black -ith's, wheelwtight'e and harnese maker's. Ic-Is worth while to make some cal u sation on the cost of a single fixed toae.. Vere fib wagons a sda ps i©...

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