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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 29 July 1876

A Pen Picture of Gov. Hayes A week before the meeting of the Cincinnati convention, Don Piatt, of the Washington Capital, drew the an nexed pen jpicture of Gov. Hayts. The writer and the Governor are old friends and life-long acquaintances, ad the sketch is true to life This gentlth an is a inild type of a disease that b.eaks out every four years in tihe United States, called *'favoiiteism," and tbelongs to a class that furnishtbs at tibies a eandidate nominated by atcident and elected from necessity. lie differs from the geams generally in being a premedi tated accident, if one can understand that. To get at the meaning by cracking the kernal of apparent con tradictio.n one must remember that niational conventions are generally alaughter-houses, where each promi bent candidate, unwilling to die and leave iis recognized opponlent victor of the field, joins in t stupport of an tlnknown, wliho, to liis dwn amaze tnent as well as thit of the country, is nominated for the pIresidency. ...

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. — 29 July 1876

Guilty or not Guilty. It is now a living fact that the :epublican party is on trial be fore the American people, and they must render their decision and bring in a verdict of "guilty or not guilty," according to the law and evidence. They may en act as many 'platforms 4s they please, and put forward candidates unknown to fame or infamy, it will not serve their purpose, nor will they escape the terrible or deal through which they must pass. Pledges for the faithful perform ance of future promises, amounts to nothing, when so many charges for commission can bo brought to theirdoors. They must first stand in judgment before the sovereign people of these United States, and hear from their lips their ac quittal or condemnation, and it is not difficult for any to make up their minds what that virdict will be. However long the party has hitherto escaped the searching scratiny of an outraged constitu ency, the day and hour is fast ap proaching when they (the people) will sit as a court of e...

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. — 5 August 1876

__ ewpfr s - I'tndicatn. a TERMS, $2 Per Annum. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREIME LAW. 8IN(,HL COPY, 5 (Xet VOL. II. NATCHITOCHES, LOUIEIANA, AUGUST 45 1876. NO; 47 ARRtvATA AxD DipAR&rURES. NEW O1t I AN,,, Red River Li nding, Simmsport, Morrauville, nottou Point, Evergreen, Cieheyville Kamo nie. Welliwono, Alexandria, Cotile and (l.dtierviile, Arrive and de part Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. BHREVEPORT, Spring Ridge, Keachit, Mansfield, Sunny-South, Pleasannt Hill and Martlaville. Arrive Tnes day, Thurdav and Saturday. Depari Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at "8 A. M. SAN AUGUSTN.TE, Milam, Sabinetowrn, Pendleton, Many, .and Fort Jessup. Atrive Tuesday and Saturday. De rrt Monday and Thursday, at 7 A. bkNDEN, Buckborn, Rinaggrl, vremon, Coushatta, Grappe's Blnff sid Camp to, Arrive Tuesday and Friday. De part Wednesdayand Saturday at 6. A. 'WINNFIELD, AtlAnta, 3Montgomery, and St. Maurice Arrive Wednesday and Saturday. Depart Monday and Thurs day at 6 A. M. AL...

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. — 5 August 1876

JAA. i:. CORlOVE, •. - Editor N ATC'I IITO(.CH i; T.\T'rl)\AY - - Augsst 5, J6i Advertising Iates. ..u. ., . , - - I( qumre.. . 4 4i4 e6 5) 610 00;15 0IS u 14 00 2 hquare... 7 0 10 00 13 00 24 0 25 00 13 sp4uire4... 10003 M 1 00 25 Oil 31) 00 11 uareaw.. 1400 l 041 22 00 : 100 3500 I sqlenare... 170)4 2() 14 27 M 35 00 40 dO K R.s)ar.>... 210'1 2.4 00 32 00 40 00 45 00 7 sqtuareN... 23011 7 00 3110 50 00 70 00 H square... 0-60O .:l 00 40 00 65 00 80 40 1,  u 4tares... 3100 35 0 05 00 57 00;105 00 13 Nqtares... 43 00 60 00 70 00 1100 00t11I5O4M 0 sqoares... 6100 8) 00 04) 00143 IT101150 00 Traa.nsiet awlvortieit4e-ate 1.50 per squlare of II lines itrevler. trat ilnsertion. Each ;nabse quenlt Inuorticeu 73 cents per square. All changes1 inl dlvertis04,ents to be eharged as if new. Transhient advertislelment4s must be paid for in advanlce. All bills with regular advertiscrs ren demd quarterly. One inch of solid brevier constitutes a square. Mlarriage and obituary notices beyon...

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. — 5 August 1876

TOWN AND COUNTRY. T111 The cearth and vegetation cry for Ref rain. Io some parts of the paiish every thing is "dried up," save poli Stics. The The river continnes to rise rapidly at this point, being now in good boating order. We are pleased, how Ke ever, to state that the river above is falling rapidly, so there can be no danger apprehended from this "big plat rise." plat at t Oar friends from the Cointry are of w requested to call at the Vindicator of- chai flee and subscribe, for the cimpaign. Do not fail to do thi s, as we wish tahe jpaper in the hIands of every rater in Lol the parish. here _ - ----- litic Parish Central Committee will meet in t at 10 o'clock A. M., Monday. - vrn and Our esteemed friend, Joseph ftenry i Esq., returned from the city on the refl Bart Able last Tuesday. Mr. Henry was a delegate to the Baton Rouge ini., Convention, and was one of the ma- tioi kers of that superb ticket we will stit imow elect this fall. Mr. Henry informs us to t that the enthusiasm...

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. — 5 August 1876

The many frienids of Col. 1. E. M Burke, will be pleased to know of his rapid recovery of good health. Tilden and Hendricks, cry the Union. Nichols and Wiltz, echoes Louisiana. ...  ----- -At the When Matilda Fletcher says Deliver that she is coling out "flat-foot- E ed" for Hayes, she covers a good deal of ground in a very few CONTI words. very It Our friend Col. D. Pierson, has with g gone to Canada on a lite invigora- gled ting tour. We hope that he will lery, O return to us restored in mind and inPle body. ordt . . ---- Dpl-i Gen. Sheridan seems a good tion. deal more anxious to have a moun- Willis ment erected for Custer than he is atteot to merit one for himself. Apri Mr. Wheeler's letter of accep- gF tance is a severe reproof to the the men who nominated him, and - seems to be honest, as far as it Grant is down on the Packard ticket. That is bad, as he was the only support counted on asha certain for it. If Grant kicks thus early, that Returning Board Ilhi will be in a "clos...

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. — 12 August 1876

- 5 h -/__ __ Iid-~~ - _ ~-------- ----· --.--,--_,_ _~~~ TERMS, $2 Per Annum. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. SINGLE COPY, 5 Cents VOL, II. NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 12. 1876. NO.44. I l i i l ll n. . ...... MATT.S. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. NEW ORLEANS, Red River Landing, Simmsport, Moreanville, Cotton Point, Evergreen, Cheneyville Kamo nie, Wellswood, Alexandria, Cotile and Clontierville, Arrive and de part Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. HREVEPORT, Spring Ridge, Keachie, Mansfield, 8unny-South, Pleasaunt Hill and Marthaville. Arrive Tues day, Thurday and Saturday. Depart Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at SA. M. BAN AUGUSTINE, Milam, Sabinetown, Pendleton, Many, and Fort Jessup. Arrive Tuesday and Saturday. De Mrt Monday and Thursday, at 7 A. INDEN, Backhorn, Ringgold, Iverson, Coushatta, Grappe's Bluff and Camp te. Arrive Tuesday and Friday. De part Wednesdayand Saturday at 6. A. WVINNFIELD, Atlanta, Montgomery, and St. Maurice Arrive Wednesday and Sa...

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. — 12 August 1876

JAn. 1. CO i- ROWV, . * Editor. ATCHIiITOCHES ATUIl)AY - - August 12, 1~76. Rates of 4becrlptlenl o py one ear ............. ....- .00 one Copy is maoutlm ...... ............. -00 Pavhlld In advalee.) W. W. SHARP & CO., PUBLI BER8' AGENT8, No. 25 Park Row, New York, el Are authorized to contract for ad- y, vertising in our paper. g Deloratic Ticket. FOR PBESID ET, OF NEW YORK. FOR VlCRCES1IDENT, - . !hou A. 33351I0Z, OF INDIANA. fOR GOVERNOR, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, OF ASSUMPTION. 1o0 LIURTEYANT GOVERNOR, LOUIS A. WILuZ, OF ORLEANS. FOR ATTORLEY G(IENERAL, H. N. OGDEN, OF ORLEANS. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, Win. A. STRONG, OF WINN. FOR AUDITOR, ALLEN JUMEl 4 or IBERVILLE. YOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC ED. UCATION, ROBERT M. LUSHER, OF ORLEANS. lOR (CONGRESS, Fourth Congrdonal District, J. B. ELAM, -rOF DEsorO. SA1IO;U EME T' . a, ti We are snthoL e to announcee.. ASSON; o. ,Cloaftiertilleo. s oa 1k i didate for the oUie of 'lerk 6f . v _Distrl Ydeart, ,nliject to the action ti of the...

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. — 12 August 1876

TOWN AND COUNTRY. TEI Our farmers are hot n happy as efoi fije indications at thb early woirk of S the crop led them to believe they would be. Corb is made and the in- The creasrd acre4ge only gives them the abundvtre hecesaPry to suacessful frmltbg operations. Tlhere ill be Kelo plenty of corn but none to spare. 'Cotton is not thriving as it should ; the drought has beadsed it to shed Tin alarmingly and the appearance of the platfo eaterpillar hin salarmed many. Taking at the the situatmon all in all, our agricultural of wh condition codld be *~rise, bt it might chain be mauch better. We, Our town was visited on Monday cratk last with a fine, refreshilig rain which Ilerbl interfered with the speeches to a eon- litical siderable extent. Since that day we ieat have had several good showers that every have rendered the atmosphere ~tol ans and pleasant. refort Judge Manning, of liapides, Iton. J. We B. Elam, of DeSoto, and Capt. James isialI Pierson of Red River delivered able tious ...

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. — 12 August 1876

The St. Louis (lobe.-Democrat, the proprietor of which is board ing in the Missouri State peniten tiary at government expense for frauds connected with crooked whisky, stamulers out that there are but three thousandI and odd troops iin the South iwclzulin4j those on the Texas frontier. As the Gltbe-Dan crat has one foot in limbo for stealing, we would not be at all astonished to see the other in i hotter place for lying. The radical Secretary of War reports seves thousand and :dd troops in the South and we are pained to see the Globe-Demo crat attempt to deprive that fune tionary of the honor of his report. There is a marked disemilarity between squares of soldiers and crossed iron in a prison window, hence the want of knowledge of these matters shown by the Globe .Democrat. Let the "Conservative element do as much for the peace of the State as the Republicans have ef fected for its reputation, and the future welfare of the State will be assured.--Republican. If the "Conservatives...

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. — 19 August 1876

_ ,. ' , ;. - - ,-- --. .... .. . . . . . . .e. . .. . TERM, T2 Per AnHnm. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE iS. THE SUPREME LAW. . 1NtLE .OPY, 5 0,t -----_--=_ ....... . . --_-. _. _*: - VOL. II NATCHITOCHES, LOUlISIANA, AUGITST 19. 1876. -NO.49 .. . . -::-•: * . . .,._- ,r- . .: t- W " Mt d TT..S Anaitria X fV DEPAIRTURES. NEW ORLEANS, J.!d Riv'er Lnding, Simmaport, Moreauvilla, Cotton Point, Evergreen, Cheneyville Kamo lio, Wel11v~oil, Alexandria, Cotilo :and Cloutierville, Arrive and de jlarf Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. tIlIMEVEPORT, Spring Ridge, Keachie, Mansfield, Sunny-South, Pleasanut ,Mill and Marthaville. Arrive Tues a., y, Thnrday and Satnrday. .pepart Monlday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8A. M. ., AUGJISTITNE, Milamn, Sabinotown, ,ndletou, Many, ` and Fort Jessup. Arrive Tuesday and Saturday., .ij) S art Monday and Thsarityi , at 7 A. Coushatta, Grappe's Blnn and Camp' : t. Arrive Tuesday and F*lday. De ., , Wednesdayand Saturdnnayat 6. A., `IELD, Atlanta, Montgomer...

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. — 19 August 1876

JA. H. VCUbSEOl, . NATICHITOCHES SATU'I DAY - - Angnst 19, 1876. D0ioratic Tickct. FOR I'RESIDENT, OF LNA TIOOK. FOR V IC.:-)I'R 1g'T, --hoi. A. f WIhlRIQO S, OF IN'DIANA. FOR GOVERNOR, FRIANCIS T. NICHOLLS, OF ASSMU.1 1TION. FOR LITITENANT GOVEROR, LOUIS A. WILTrZ, OF ORI.EARS. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, 0. N. OGDEN, OF ORLEANS. POR SECRETARY OF STATE, WVa. A. STRONG, OF WINN. FOR AUDITOR, ALLEN JUIMEL, OF IDERVILLE. POR SUPERINTENDEN.T OF PUBLIC ED UCATION, ROBERT MI. LUSH EI, OF ORLEANS. FOR CONGRESS. Fourth Congressional District, J. B. ELAM, OF bESO'tO. ANNOUI1WCMEENT8. We are nt horized to announee the namne.·f JACOR. A. WOLFSON as n candidate for PA I8S1I JUDGB anub Jet to the Democratic nominating -onvention.. 1"a~4'e anthorized to announce E. NASC8ON, ofClontierville, as a enn. didatoe for the office of Clerk of the District (oart, snlieet to the nction of thtsi aria C(onvention of the De mcratConaserra4tive party. .$8, CAMPBELLCrespectfully an noneiiaie thit he is a candi at...

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. — 19 August 1876

TOWN AND COUNTRYI IBusiness continues dull. ..... ----.-.Nam-- -- The river conti'nuis to tlecliine rap idly. There will be a mass meting of the Democratic-Conservative citizens of uiund 4 to-day. . .--. -.- 4. , -- - Onr iaiJsh peoplle nae all doing quite well now, in a political way. This town ind country 'nuarrel must cease, however. The Lafourchle epublican says that Judge II. N. O koit, the D)emocratic nominee fobr Attorney General of this State, comnmale( ed the White Ieag;ei on the 14th of September, 1i74. o,· * ont A)t! The Parish Central Committee of the Denirtiatic Conservative party will mnet at their rooms on Monday next. As it is their reg ular meeting, a full att`ndftihe 1A requested. V" . -·...?... .-- eve have now to note that rflii ias fallen in hally if not all the hifferent portions of the parish. V'otton worms have made their ap. pearance on many plantations and we are very apprehensive they # ll` d6 damllge. Blunt and Lewd ivdnit "blood and aslis"-w il w 1 H- ...

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. — 19 August 1876

RADICAL REFORM. How the Republican Party Re wa.rd; Its Rascals. Washin-fton Special to Chicago Timesa James Afkins, e, nfirmed some days since as Collector of the Port of 8 tI v:un;rtl, Ga., wis appointed Collector ,f Internal Revenue in 1t305, and uip to 1871 contiintedl in tlht positionll In the last namned year ,he wab found t, bie a defaulter to the Government in the soau of $14,000, which lie said hail been stolen from him by some deputy collectors whom he had ap pointedl in order to please his friend, Mr. Delano, while Commissioner of Internal ,Revenue. However, this state of affairs did not dampen his ardor or aspirations for office or pro motion. In the year 1it2 Atkins was a successful applicant for the ofice of Collector of the Port of Savannah, teorgia. It transpired soon after this event that lie was a defaulter in tihe sum of $31,000, including the. $14,000 taken by Delano's deputies. lie recently got a bill through Con gress relieving him of the $14,000 by nainlog it,...

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. — 26 August 1876

__--" _-____-__....._-______-_____-._ ---__-._ _ ........ - .............. TERMS, ,I2 Pei Annum. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE1 I THE SUPEE LAW. . SINGLE UOk, 5 t ELs. II NATCHITOCHES LOUISIANA, AUGUST Anu 2 . O.5 VOL. II. NATCICHITOCHES LOUISIANA, AUGUST 26.1876. .-O.5O ,Jr. *r .tv ,, ·;L * 1 1 1111· 1 1MWAIL.lBS. Aki IVALS AND DE;rPAl tRES. 11:v OlITE1ANX, R:..El River Landing, Sinninsport, Mor'eiin ill, Cotton ( Point. .vergron., ('hrnuyville Kamo nie, \Wellswnd. A le xlndria, C.t'le aln Clontierville, Arrive aud' ~.i :pars Mnouiy, WednIesday andlPrida-; at 8 A. M. IRF:WE~EI'ORT, Spring Ridge Keachie, Mansftild, Sunny-South, Pleasmnt 1Hill a ii Marthaville. Arrive Tues ,day, lThttrdaIV and Saturday. Depaqr Mony, ;'c,,ieAtdyl dnd t 'idSy, td :WN AuISI'STIN'E, Milaun, Sabinetown, Pondleton, 31any, and Fort Jessnp. Arrive T'l'uesdit y and Saturday. Do part Monday and Thursday, at 7 A. MINDT)EN, Bnrkhoin, Ringgold, Iverson, Conushatta, rappe's 1Ill1 fad Campn te. Arrive Tuesday an Fri...

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. — 26 August 1876

AS. H. C0v84IO E, Ed lftor. NATCHITOCHE~S 8 T'riLl)Ai - - Asugust 26, 187. Deiocratic Tickit. FOR I RESIDEN1, UAmaU . LT. !ZIDUN, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, Thos. A. NBlDOI.S, OP INDIANA. O1R GOVERNOR, PRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, OF ASSUMPTION. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, LOUIS A. WnLTZ,. OF ORIlEANI. FOR ATTORNY GENERAL, 15. N. OGDEN, OF ORLEANS. FR SIECRETAIRY OF STATE, WinmA.A. STRONG, OF WINN. OR AUDITOR, ALLEN JUMEL, OF IBERVILLE. JOR SU1PEIINTENDENT OF PUBLIC ED. UCATION, ROBf.RT M. LUSHIER, OP ORLEANS. SFOB :CONGRE8S, Fonrthi Cocigruional District, Kral* I E. F EOO The fol) lo g Is the result of til primar,. . , held in this, 12t, ward,;,ý . cdnauday last, Augnsl 23d, 1 . ' r pblled. Total ; 209 Delegates elected withll vote. J. H.. Cogrove, one vote. Jio. Gene, " WN.I. IBarse, J;' CbImmaatek, ofee half vote. E, one vote. FI. 3k * +A 1f t. J. C.4IPthel,ae. IAlf vote. J. Q,-T*Iiel and J. C. Cammack tied In the vote of the WOWl, receiv. ing an equal numboer of votes, an ee...

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. — 26 August 1876

A N N OTT EC ME NTS. We n.- huthorited to announce the ! e.rof JACOB. A. WOLFSO a a tnsdtidnte for PARISH JUDOG sub :t to tIhe Dt Docraic nommatihgth S'cvl'lcfntion. W e the nohtititid to announce E. (iAFFON, of- Clontierville, as a can lidate for the office* of Clerk of the Ptistrit Con't, sulject to the nction t,f ile Porish Convention of the De _ ooerntic-.onservatire party. W. . CAMlPIELtrespeetfully an, hounces that he is a candidate for the thominatio,, for the ofice of SHERIFF hf the parish, by the larish, Conven tion to bI held 14th September next. We are anthorized to anwounce the h:ime, of EMILE DEBLIEUX, for the hftice of Clerk of the District Court, ilhject to the nomnimation before the 1)eloeratic-Conservative Conven tion bf the P:lish. MAr NY FIiENDS. Be it Rerlte'l, that JAMEJS J'. KEEUAN, bf Warai six. do"this parish, be requested to submit hi lidaibe for nomination for ~i;IERIFF of this parish, in the Conven Be it further Igeolved, That in the fvent of his aecep...

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. — 26 August 1876

What Hayyd They Done ? In these (days iwhen hard times iare upon us--when poverty, like the wolft, stands at every door, when the ety is Reform ! less a.x ation; the IRadicai oficials in our midst seem to tatke things easy. And why hoittld they not-., their ideas are, that all govern inents are intended4 to benefit idli= "ridutals; to prtt money in the pockets orofficials, In 187,4, taxes were eight ier cent in iatehitoches parish. The white people in Massmeeting, and by deterlmined power forced the Radical offeiatls, itainst their will, to reduce them to three per cent but have the Radicals shown any desire to go on with reductions until it would be less burdensome to pay. than now ? They have not! People annot pay three per cent taxes! it is outrageous, and be yond all reason. No one will .irm migate to a country where such rates exist, and no one can pros per when three per cent of his earnings go for taxes. Why have not the Radical Police Jury redue ed parish taxes I No parish i...

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. — 2 September 1876

.e Sers iuo~a'n, TERMS, $2 Per Annun.: THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IJ .TIE SUPREME LAW. SINGLE COPY, 5 Cents VOL. rII. NATrITrOCIIES, IOUEI.INA, SEPTEMBE R 2. 1870. .. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. NEW ORLEANS, Red lTiver Landing, Simnnsport, Mforpaiville, Cotton( Point, Evergreen, Cheneyville Kamo. nie, Wellswoon, Alexandria, Cotile and Cloutierville, Arrive and de parb Monday, Wednesday andFriday; at 8A,. bt. SilREVI,'ORT, Spring Ridge,. Keachie, Maiusleld, Sunny-ounth. Pleasannt Hill and Marthaville. Arrive Tues day, Thutrdiy and Satunrday. Depart mtonday, Wedaesday and Friday, at 8A.M. , 1AN AUGUSTINE, Milam, Sabinetown, Pendleton; Many, and Fort Jeuinp. Arrive Tuesday mid Saturday. Do part Monday shd Thnrtd , t 7 A. lI1NDEN, Bdeltborn;' RInngJId, Iverson, Cushatta, Orappe's Bluff and Camp Arrive Tiesay and FriDayo. rt Wednet~a tnd SMurdt t r . 4,FIELD, Atlanta; Motgom ey, mta i ct.,M ArriveW fhed l nt ;"day at 6 A. M. ALL MAILS CLOSE AT ý A. t. Omfiee Hounrs-frrm 8 A. M. to 2 P. M. mu...

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. — 2 September 1876

JAS. U. COM;BOVTE, * Editor. N ATC''( ITOCHES SATURDAY - - Sepplenlber ., i(i6. . Dmotratic Ticket. " OF ?EW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESI)DEIT, !hos. A. 333l33015, OF INDIANA. FOREGOVRIIGXOR, FRANCIS T. NICHOLLS, •F1 ASSUMPTION. O$ LItmTENA-T GOVYERIOR. LOUIS A. WILTZ, OF ORLEAN8&. FOI ATTORNEY GET:ER.L, S. N. OGDEN, OF ORLEANS. FOR .EURETARY Or STATE,. Wm. A. STRONG, OF WII-. S FOR ADITORt, ALIEN JUMEL, OF IREIRVI;LLE. PFOB AllERINTNlDENT OF PUBLIC ED. t CATION, SItOUiRt M. LUSHER, OF ORLEANS. FOR CONGRESS, 4'ourth Congressional District, J. B, ELAMN OF DESOTO. SPECIAL NOTICE: I e, wish it distinctly under a st al.t.: if candidates nomina Sted4'" .oice are unwilling.to paj for the annUouncement, we shall ,not anioi ce them. This rule we 'haie adopted in common with onu Coouei'ative contemporaries, and i ffiti1ot be deviated from; and inelhdes. all candidates not upon the Nationil- and State ticketa 0tifr'rm ':tie follows; =` ulfi~sb t t;Longresional' and Sstr.otfficers, e(.. • notp...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
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