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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 24 June 1876

SHREVE T LA. -We lhanT: unidoubted anthoilit" for the startling fact tht int the negro lead ers of the Blunt crowd, are threaten- A jag with dlc th tand the deshtrction of their prpctrfy, these coloredi men who are jolilnilng or have joined the Demo tratic Conservative party. P In Wards eleven, tour', and twelve, these threats have been made, and in the irest, a colored man, on A J. Alf. Irudhl mmets plantation, B1 was shot at. This in)imhldtion l lutist be stopped on the part of the Radicals or the coneqtdte~es 'ill be 1 aerious. The colored men who de- G sire to join Democratic ClIbs or vote the Democratic ticket, and they ,,m- L ber a thousand in this parish, will be p*rotected at Irlhalerer cost, and the A kiadical who dare harmn then or their stock, will wish he had never been L born. L The white Clubs of the different Wards will afford all colored men aimplo protection, and they intend to do it. Let oat I)emocratic colored .-arsq th ruledrfor either enjoying or aS spt'ting hi...

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 June 1876

Spirit of the Country Freos. MA The Opelousas Courier speaks plainly in condemnation of the action of a few Democrats of that parish, St. Landry, in attempting Six mil to create a split in the party by arbitrary and hasty action in the At the Sorganization of Clubs. Many Dclivel withdrew from the club after join-. W ing.CONT The Thibodlanx Sentinel informs theref' us of the organization of the Demo- very 1, cracy of its parish, Lafouche, and of the enthusiasm that prevades with our ranks. 1O30 The Shreveport Times notes the ler v, organization of many Democratic inter: clubs throughout Caddo parish. Dr d Our friend Battle is the sole "en- tiol. gine" of the Times, and is making W the paper tip-top as usual. attent The Ouachita Telegraph comes out strong for Hancock as a fit AP! person for a Democratic President. g9 At the parish Convention held in the 7 that parish Jas. McEnery was re-. - commended for the nomination as Governor, The Oracle, Claiborne parish, people are enthusiasted...

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 July 1876

....... --;J~ldl / l,; il ! - IL i IM il IIi l IIt i g ll l I , i II TERMS, $2 Per Annum. TER, 2P Annm. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE 18 THE SUPREME LAW. SIN'GLE COP'Y, 5 Cents. VOL, II. -- Ac L I NATCHITOCHtES LOUISIANA JULY 1-1876. T..O.. 1, MI. 76 Lanm. NtO . 42. T~O I%; 8 - - · ir cr to;:l- rrl.;n v - lin: rra- ^·. . r --I=---~. ~ -=-I- i -- - - -- - -· I- - - --· --- _ amsatn am IIa To Miss L- When e'er I see yer smilin' face, Yer, bonnie form o'jFairiu' grace, It gars my sair heart meikle pain, That I can na' be young again. Ye dinna ken, ye sonsie jad' What havoc o' my heart ye've made, It's a'maist crazed baith healt and brain, That I canna' be young again. And, gin the plain truth mann be told, 1 wad that ye yersel' here aulld, Then, we might mak' of baith, but ane, For I can na' be young again. Gin' ye were half sae creel as I, Ye wad na' be sae cry and shy, I wish and wish, but a' in vain, For yer sake, I were young again. Noo' dinna pout at this. sweet elf! Ye've done the...

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 July 1876

JAL. I1. COSRBOVE, . " • Editor. NATCHITOCHES " .iATURI)AY - - - July 1, 1e76. Advertising Uates. , qnarA.... $ 4 in $6 53 I0 '0 415 01)0 -1 (0 I iqUa . 7- 70 1000 I 04W % 00 25 00 3 squre".-. 1000 13 00 18 00 25 00 3000 Ssqnuare$... 14 0 180 :22 00 15 00 500 5 square... 17I100 20 0 fl 00 35 00 40 1o II squarL... 200glo 4 00 2 00 40 00 45 00 a7 11tree... 2i910 27 o) 36 00 50 00 70 0 I gnasrL.. - 201) 30 00 40 0015 00 00 00 10 j lanroa... 00 3) 00 5000 57 00105 00 15 aNqrng... 45'.1 4) 00 70 00 100 ol 125 00 0 Aqttarea... ) 40 o000 9 00 0125 00.150 o00 Transient a kertisemrntn $1.50 per .guare of lu lines Jrovier. first insertion. Each ebise qnent inhertiPln 75 cE.aut per qunare. All cianges in advertisements to be charged as if neow. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. All bills with regular advertisers ren dered lnarteorly. One inch of solid brevier constitutes a squanre. Marriage and obituary notices beyond the Ample annonicement, resolutions or cards of thanks...

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 July 1876

STOWN AND COUNTR'. Sp S'je weather for the past ten days, .a veiJly warm, so mnuch so as to t5o sliost iusufferable: 'P'hermom- C ~gr 90 in the shade. '.eco 'tedro and icld Femonades a T psyns's eem to be what's risin' up J UL Sgi the iheuix. SAlex, a'sz matter mhid y'r noze A Ai Se citizens, the honest people of STM3 Natehitoeles, demand the reason of A the ~n-º.rrest and nonlprosecntion of p ), , i. Myers, the school fund thief ! Is te power of this man uo potent of evil is to clog the wheels ,of justice I Why API( Iss.lot shirii4 Barron executed the IE warrant againAt liim " They desire so answer and I Qno libbling! The "peep o' day boys" caught the GRE Turner girls, colored citizens, and gave them a hundred, well laid on. llNI Why does not the Mayor order them to depart this city, they are notorious buicances and should at once be ibated; LAD hile grocery store of Mr. Peter LAI renleman, on Washington St., was No lnetered by burglars on Friday night last and robbed of money and...

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 July 1876

Spirit cf the Ccuntry Press. Attakapas &n'tinel, St. Martin's par ish, hoists the name of Louis A. Wiltz, Of Orleans, for Governor; speaks in very flatoring terms of the crops gen cverally and of corn in particular, which it says is the "largest ever grown" in the parish. Democratic aid Conservmtire club are organ. izing throughout the parish uhd the people are enthusiastic. Democrat, Rapides parish, says that the Radicals need not expect to be ieased by the Democratic-Con servative party of that parish at the expense of priuciple-"that's played,"t and the whites of the parish as well as one third the blacks intend to vote the Democratic ticket. Sentinel, Lafourche parish, speaks in glowing terms of F. S. Coode as I the proper person for Governor on the Democratic ticket. Crops are in tne condition. Courier, St. Landry prarish, notice with glatification the general favor with which Dr. Jno. A. Taylor's name 1 is received in connection with the lomination for the office of State...

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 July 1876

TERMS, $2 Per Annum. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS 'iE SUPREME LAW. SINGL, COPY, 5 Cents. V __OL. II. N_._ATCHITOCHES, LOUISIA., JULY 8, 1876. .... . _ The Negro in the Presidential E Campaign. I New York Srn ] As a factor in the comning contest P for the Presidency, the blacks, as a 1i race, will not play the part they have ni hitherto done for the Republicans. Af- bh ter being used ahd abused since the el close of the civil war, and while re- d' leased from one form of slavery re- n' -nanded to other evils, they at last rt have had their eyes opened, and will '' -o longer obey the orders of their 'I late political masters. The thievery of the carpet-baggers, al hvbo stole from white and black ' Fromiscuously, and the plunder of the ti Freedman's Bauk by Grant's Wash- ry ingt.ouing and their pious confede- is tatci v ae' Jienated this confiding n people' im their accustomed lead- ti brs, and brought them to a sense, of ti( the frauds and villainy of which they pi have so long been...

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 July 1876

JAN. H. COSUROVE, . .. Editor. NATCtIITOCHES SATUR)AY - - - July !. 1r76. Advertising Hates. ·- L------ -- - I squarn.... $ 4 ,Ii' 5t(0 015 '(0200 Ssluarrs... 7 010 (0 IS1 001 "" ) 04)0 25 04) 3 .squate ... 1000 I IS )4 I4 O 25 .l 31: (40 4 squares... 140 o I(0) 22 011 30 00 i on 5 squares... 1700 29 0 27 0035 00 40 00 Ssqnar... 24 00 32 0 4) 00 45 o0 7 squ'res... 230x 7 0 36 O so 00, 70 Ssqoaroes... 21)00 1 00) 40 00 45 0, 80 00 1i sqnares... 3) 00.0 3 001 5W 00 57 00 105 00 13 squares... 4300 i 7001 7 (00 00 12.5 04 0 squaras... $1 0 4) 00 00 0 123 00 150 00 Transient advertisements $1.50 per qun:lrr uof IV lines Brevier, first ins',rtion. Each subse quent insertien 75 cents per square. All changes in advertisements to be charged as if new. Transient ad vertisements must be paid to: in advance. All bills with regular advertisers ren dered quarterly. One inch of solid brevier constitutes a square. Marria.g and obituary notices beyond the simple announcement, re4olutions or cards ...

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 July 1876

TOWN AND sOUNTRY. IS The cabbage season is upon uS, and we really believe that we can beat the West in this vegetabile, both, in orn size, price and flavor. Vegetables of N ll kipds are in fact, in abundance, gj;J the gardeners are happy. JUST .. --~ 0 4 ----- ..... The Waslhinlgtn stieeat bar-room F] ,as the cene o' quite a mill oil o:ie AM Sey last week, anld knork downs were in order for Fonde time. SUM3i Simnmons, the Court Mayor under the iaho Act, put out his City Mar- PRIX1 .ilal a few days since, and he was .summarily gobbled up by the Peo ple's Chief of Police. Why does not APRO Simlmons recognize the City Council BLEA as elected by the people? Those >IOUIi who were appointed with him failed in the Courts, and those appointed W since must try thent again, we think GRE lhat he should in the nieant time re Cognize the acts of the Courts all the LINE Wvay through. We gave up the May br' office to him by order of Court, ARTI his Council failed under the same de bision that...

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 July 1876

Pomeroy's Chicago Democrat is before ns weekly-the last num her containing slurs against the South and Southern editors for their support of Tilden. The charges made by this Pomeroy against MIr. Tilden, and classing him with Tweed and his ring the world knows to be twaddle, but the blakguardismn of this man is unsufferable-his predictions false, 4 and his political knowledge so gangreened with prejudice and fanaticism, that none but those in besotted ignorance, could, for a moment, follow his leading. But we desire to speak for our part of the South, in reply to the insults of this fellow. The South ern people were for the strongest man that could be found as a can didate for President on the Dem ocratic ticket-they were not bought by Tilden or any one else, they are the tools of no man, Dem ocrat or Radical, and he that says so "lies in his throat." We are entitled to our opinions as well as Mr. Pomeroy is to his, and we insist that as we have and do respect his, he shall respect o...

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. — 15 July 1876

TERIMS, $2 Per Annum. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME 'LAW. S[NGIE C(0'Y, 5 Ct OL. II. NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, JULY 15. 1876. NO.44 ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. dl* ORLEANS, Red River Landl1hg, Simmsport, Moreanville, Cotton Point, Evergreen, Cheneyville Kamo liie, Well.wood, Alexandria, Cotilo and Clontierville, Arrive and de part Monday, Wedne:.lay and Friday, at 8 A. M. HIIREVEPORT, Spring Ridge, Keachie, .Mansfield, Sunny-South, Pleasnant Hill and Marthaville. Arrive T'l'es day, Thirday and Saturday. Depart Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 3A.M. $SAN AU:CUSTINE, Milam, Sabinetown, Pendleton, Many, and Fort Jessup. Arrive Tuesd;ly and Saturday. 1)e w.rt Monday and Thursday, at 7 A. IlNDEN, Buckhorn. Ringgold, Iverson, Coushatta, Grappo's Bluff and Camp te. Arrive Tuesday and Friday. De part Wednesdayand Saturday at 6. A. RITLIIELD, Atlanta, Moutgomery, and St. Maurice. Arrive Wednesday and gaturdtly. Depart Monday and Thurs g*y at 6 A. M. SALL MAILS CLOSE AT 6 A. at. Offi...

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. — 15 July 1876

JAS. H. COSIROVE, . • Editor. -.- -'AT 'I - - --.-tOCHE- IXTL'RDAY - - - .July 1i, I1 U. Adve'rtlsing Kantos. I quare.... 4 k11f it; 3 $i (t10 $P3 0l-21 0o *! , i.thr,... 700, to (I'I ( I 00 2" 011 25 00 3 quae.I a..c 101 13 0 I: t 25 OU 'S i!0 3;1 (10 4 sqt re.. . 14 101 I 0.022 01)0 :OI 00; 35 00 5 sqnlares... 1700 I 09 1 n1) 33 00, 40 'O i; sqares... 2(l 24 00 : 11 lo 00; 45 (10 SInareit... 110 27 00 :16 00 5n 1)0 l 0l 0 ('0 , sqouare'... 26 001 3 001 40 (10 1165 00, 1Ol (II 14n Rslare... 31 00i .il so no 5'7 o00 O15 no 1I5 aqnarte... 4ji1) io 1n0 .0on 00 1I OI I 1 00 0 sqnh'ares... 6't ( ill l 0 !1 0 1:5 00 150 1 I1 Trai.leort advertisements $1.5! jier sqnre of Io lines lgrier, first lnletion. Each stubse quent insorti,,n 75 cents per asqlre. All c·hatnges in advertilament's to be charged as if new. Transient ad'v.rtimeneilts mnist be paid for in a.dvanee. All bills with regular advertisers ren dered quarterly. One inch of solid brevier constitntes a Marriage andt olituar...

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. — 15 July 1876

,TOWN AND COUNTRY. St Weather warm to sultriness. awa Payne has ice and cool drinks at of C theo Phnix. tion No rain during tie week but crops befo in this immediate vicinity not suffer- e lug much. low• Corn crops are a wonder where any attention has been paid them, and part the yield will be baundant. We say Con this, however, "there will be no sur- tEl us." ate People don't talk so tiluch of cot- lieI ton as they did at one tilhe. That eti 1 plant is luxuriating luxtriously her- o brtheless. Some people got up a and "irorm scare" but no one was flight- Pre" ,ned much. Farmers can rely upon ,,,1i abont ten cents, per pound for the the htaple, if Europe is at peace, if at war,' C' they will have to spin it up at home. lins -_ - en" The scarlet fevet is raging to a fear- ""o ful extent in oir city amiong children. lit' 'ally fifty cases being reported to iori ill 1 this date. Hlappily the disease is in i rentakably mild form and yields tios teadily to treatment. No deaths so i tar, ...

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. — 15 July 1876

Spirit of the Country Press. Enterrise, Washington, St. Landry, parish. Grand ratifica tion meeting on Saturday last in honor of Tilden and Hendricks. ix mil Crops are looking well, but rain is desired in some localities. t the ¶ttgar-Bo wl, Iberia, Cane has Deliv':i grown wonderfully under the rays r of the Sun. Corn maturing fast NTI and the crop will be larger than tilieft last year, so much, that instead of very lc finding sale for the surplus at 50 6t0c. per bbl. (just think of it) as with g last season, the farmers will have BOX to feed the bulk of it to hogs. lery, The people are united and confi- intrn' dent of victory in the coming can- DOrl vas. ti"nl. &ntinel, Thibodeaux. Despite Wl the numerous light showers which attnt have prevailed of late, a general rain is much needed by all crops pri now; most of the cane. has receiv- L ed the final working, and( requires the V a rain to give a good send off; a - large portion of the corn is at that stage when a rain would be a...

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. — 22 July 1876

TERMS, 82 Per Annum. THE WELIFARE OF THE PEOPLE 1S THE SUPREME LAW. INL C , Ct VOL. II. NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, JULY 22, 1870. NOi 45 ARlIVALs AND DEPARTURES. NEW ORLEANS, .Red River Landing, Simmsport, Moreauville, Cotton Point, Evergreen, CheneyviHe Kamo nie, Wellswood. Alexandria, Cotile and Clontiervi!le, Arrive and. de= li~rt Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. SIIREVEPORT, Spring Ridg)o, ite dici, Mansfield, Sunny-South, Pleasanut Hill and Marthaville. Arrive Tues day, Thurday and Saturday. Depart Monday, Wedlnesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. ANl A IU'STINE, Milam, Sabinetown, " endleton, Many, and Fort Jessup. Arrive Tuesday and Saturday. De ,rt Monday and Thursday, at 7 A. .lUiDEN, Bnckhorn, Ringgold, Iverson, Coushatt.s', (rappe's Bluff and Camp to. Arriye Tuesday and Friday. De lWednesda and Saturday at 6. A. SEI.ELD, Atlanta, Montgomery, and J. Manrice Arrive Wednesday and Raturday. Dep:rt Monday and Thurn day at 6 A. M. ALL MAILU CLOSE AT 6 A. M. Ofce Hlours--from 8 A....

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. — 22 July 1876

JAM.ii ( )( E !ItO. &. 1 I ld)AY ! - - 111 ,;lv 1ý' I C. 1 y1si:tre .. " 4 U :Ie l)I Wt n 2 1 _ 0 2 siq :raei... It I 13; 1 )0 2"1 0u 5 OUI 4 Alnl:ll.4·t... I I10( I 1ý ' O I "1 0, I"p l 15I, !) I dre'... 117Ot ,)Out in lj a, 1u 40i (1 ! i ali- s.I .. 11:11 'l :(1: 11 ' . Il I40 ni 7 spares 3 iI ,7 10 T (a 1) ?' 0 r* lquariý... f 0f1 3) 111 II 00 G5 1h' 01) 0(1 i, wj fores tlo I 0011. lilt7 01i. i t if sl  i n s.'.. 1lii) i~0 . 0 (1) .) 1 1,0 I i l 110 5 -r,lIlint adveL tisV, ii "nfs .I , .al per square of t I 1' linrs fl rell rit , I irxt i; tIrflin. 1011a1 h stlbse qitent illortil 7.3 rentsi per sryttllre. All cihanglu ini ald\Vttl'isiintlIt to lbe chargeld as if ill\'. Tralnsie.nIr al11iverltisielits ullist be Iplidl for in nldVanti. All hills withl regilar tdlverlisier rlen dealre quartrly. Oni' inch of iohl ,brevier constitutesi a equare. Iariigle and, oblituar notices ,,eyond fli simp' anlnlllllllou ieent, r.solutions or cards of thanks, charged as advertise nctn...

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. — 22 July 1876

'iHn: :¾. oLD Ii , EN t.ii LANr; t'.\A(-.- As at ne'3ly eiiga'".el n'(i.liel-i' e:al- tiavli'r Wi S ahs l'i t ! ;l'"trtn !;Z nl a dlunnming tip fronm his place in C'hii c- aeo, the oilier day, lie Rsuddenlyl tilned to his emilplo{yer, a grave old i: n.ichlant, and ilquh.irld : 1 say, hoss, shat tIhall I do eil I get out of -. go:n, ?"p "SRonp 1?"sniZ t1:e old .genltlem-nl:, ''why, sat e ye r samples, and then p( I Won't get get t." "lhtt I mIeal) what sh:ll I do whon I get out. of grease," conti:lnued the Young (tint). "(Grease I gense I" pollered tlhe 'old man. "%lhy, yon dnll't need. iany • grense-y-ou are not waIlking for a luhricating establ " '"'Oh, lint .\c don't understand ile," chimned in the youthful ciuploye, Stllher embuharrassedl ; "I mean what iha ll I do if I run eait of spiondtulix- stapliis)--weaiil ih ' "'Spondulix ? st:nips? weal th ?" 'rchoedt thie mvstified lmrchaift, look - ing at the VOlni fll ehw over his ghas ses to see if he had gone cranz." "Yes ; currenc...

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. — 22 July 1876

lpirit of thq Country Press. My Record, Union parish: People thoroughly organized for political work, aind much enthusiasm mani flrted. Six Telegraph, Ouachita parish: Cit izens organized and preparled for At action. There will be no falter. Deli ing ip the line, but a steady ad- w vance to victory. CO Oracle, Claibourne parish: Is ILt full of communications fron citi zeus. on the situation, all of which speak boldly, and augur much it good. leii Clarion, Mlorehonse parish: D. Y I Norwood, Esq., Editor, was shot "'¶ by negroes, but fortunately very Dal slightly wounded, for his out-spo- i ken opposition to the Radicals of WI that parish. Beacon, Richland parish: De- A mands that the citizens shall lay aside private animosities and come tl forward as patriots to the assist ance of the Democratic-Conserva tire party. Clubs are being form ed, and outlook encouraging. The Louisanian, Pinchback's radical paper, says in substance, that Packard has no standing for o "character, ability an...

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. — 29 July 1876

TERMS, $2 Per Annum. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. SINGLE OPY, 5 CentA VOL. Ii, NATCHITOCHES, LOUIeIANA, JULY 29. 1876. NO.46; Sn n •nilnn i"!inl u m nn inm Immm un ma i M . ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. NEW ORLEANS, Red River Landing, Simmsport, Moreauville, Cotton Point, Eergreen, Cheneyville Kamo nle, Weillwood. Alexandria, Cotile and Clontierville, Arrive and de part Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. bHREVEPORT, Spring Ridge, Keartie; Mansfield, 8unny-South Pleaqennt Hill and MArthayille. Arrive Tues day, Thurday and Saturday. Depart Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8A.M. AN, AUGUS'tNE, Milam, Sabinetown, jendleton, Many, and Fort Jessup. Arrive Tuesday and Saturday. De Monday and Thursday, at 7 A. INDEN, Bhckborn, #tinggotd; i~erson, Cddshatta, Grappe's Bluff and Camp toe. Arrive Tuesday and Friday. De _ rt Wednesdayand Saturday at 6. A. FIELD, Atlanta, Montgomery, and g, Maurice Arrive Wednesday and latnrdiy. Depart Monday andThurm day at 6A. M. AuL MAILS ...

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. — 29 July 1876

JA.N . IO. C~OSROVE, ... Editor. NATCHI-TOCHES aATUARD'Y - - - Jly 29, 1876. Advertising 81a1e18 ,qua1rie.... $4I Hs 66 $10 00 $15 0 0 20 ) 2 xqniare... 700 10 :1 00 2) 00 25 00 3 squae1.. 1000 13 00 IS 00 25 00 3) 00 4 #qare... 14 00 18 ol 22 00 :1to 0 35 00 Sn ra... 1700 2 00 27 00 35 00 40 00 Sgsnare... s) i) 24 00 32 Uo 40 00 45 00 SIqu:~ne... 2100 27 00 36 00 5 00 70 00 Ssquares... 24 ) 3) 001 4.) i I;5 00 480 I 11 squares... 3') oft 35 00 57 00 105 1) 15 Square"... 45390 I 61) 00 70 00 100 00 125 0 0 sqn"are,... '9 00) r)0 o 90 0) 125 0(0 I SO 0 Trayicent ailertiselents 1..5)1 per square of Il) lines jirevier. first inasrtion. Each nubse quent insertlen 735 cents per square. All rhang"s in advertisements to be charged as if nIew. Transient advertisoneclts nlust be paid for in advance. All bills with regular advertisers ren dered quarterly. One inch of solid brevier constitutes a square. Marriage and olbituary notices beyond the simple announcement, resolntions or eards of ...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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