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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 5 May 1877

I)istrict Court will con'e'n; i!chre the first Mlondtl in June. V'egetahles are emuiut iu qui'te plentifully'. )e -. - N-~~~- - De' herries ar' getting to be qnite i niuml erontl nilld citealp. '.tit Milkmen are seliit... that tluid at iii low rates I r tio , 1111 dlon't et 1s 1ilt hri happv t.s they "'se to wai." I:, are sellinttZ up file stoitks o" ,-os ,,It and they look 'to a t. o,, ta 'sit tr;tle, hai as we do for advertising, to bring, it about. in1 . _ --. ---- - - I 1 The neiero who killed another ineron nti, on Te=nier'; place last week wet. ex- Si amnined before Judg!te Piersnn, m11 . 11, the week. IA We have in outr tte a carrot of of Bayon t l whoinxi, in this pit ariiilh, t which will certainly attract att ention h1: and commarnd enltivatitn i as well as 11: 111, high pricett i in makt. Th1111 trat it l;, nlltu1r0tl aind has lno tnroi p,, eti liar i It is sont.thinii like the St. .T;ime i periqgn .h but i+ not as stt'on,., olt ,lln 1' delicate and dlelicits Wve take ...

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 May 1877

occur i t r hay our On ofI thI ',1tir b: n"v iinºrl'  " loud to I''llf l"t h 'I( tl hi 1 t ll l he t iihct W i . ,ill'; of \whelat, cor. 1, t ei. l !, , and Ill'; , is - ;ºý+ i f steldy and 1,to . and our li "'lile hid tl hi ' • .0 liii b etter .re l ell l ' f' ,r t 8l' N't , ti - C ollrni i ti ' ' :1 .l; ' i , i0t!l. 1, i l l t I:1 i 11i111i good t l.-i; fii r .i n ll ! l; in . i11'i ' tiI tlour planter. r t,, / "i t i l lh t i ltie and ia Ill) ll ,i l e per I b 1 ' h i lt' f,,r it. ,lli1 Ilesido , it .!lof nl hth e taI .linl i ,i ' iii- Ito l siill'u r tl' 1 tfil h.it ri"t. i sil l 7 ,º" n 1,li l 1 p rice, cr' lra;;. Iow ll1',1. ;,1 ,1 I n \ 11 1ii.,' k llows; . . possilh\ 3 , . ",: Ier penall . I t ' t mllay Ii e all th.lt 100 I ' 1" ,' , li I1.'d on it 1' 1 - l et iit rle lt iti ci l 'i i l inl . t iti ll ii ti h niho nitle 0ice is, toi phlant t 't illi - oil, corn, wlheat, (titu , lije, fill titli ,. thl. in lilrge ( !lntities, h1)h for br(,;u ll i Ii i heIa Let ius at once...

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 May 1877

$h, t- -'.,It. in le Widator. , 7 Wi 5 I > . l b-e .IIII onenn-- ......$3 A d 1t lIih -v tin I k-ti fit htst ttin tviva NATC ITOC S, L. AY 12, 187. NO 4. i i ,i''i)i ti 1t tt t, flant .I 11811 'Ic t I 0 O ilIlrre *i ' *100 '1. I S. . r' *7-P * i i+ = ... "la ...A ' .. P IM F . 5ie W ITL , h l O I ', 3 114 C1 n r ,;..' I`" 11) ..... III ." Official Organ of the White C tizens of Red River, Sabine, Wian and DýT'13Lchtcl jes P ,arises, r 1) I l ) 'ml) '( I I o S,') ·) 1l l l lllln ' ,ll. .I I I.h l] ,I l t ' 1IAMII S. AuivI.r~t . 1)L "- Tr r is. Alhxcu lria[L to Natchllitoihe,. Arriral.s. T)epartiie. Tuiesday 1 p. in. Tirl :ly : . ni. Frid:tl\ 4 p. t. at ,urday 9 a ,m. Sund:t%4 p. mn. olneIday ; a. n. NatchitO1hes to( SIlrvepr'C(t. Tuenl:to '.1 a. tm. Tru,: t'y 9 :. nt. Thl r-,Ity A a. n . 'i'it ,hr lav a t. Il. 'aturdtay ' . a. . i atu rdaV 9 a. nt. Natcliitoches to Texas. Tuesday , p. In. MIndlay 7 a. In. Saturiday ; p. ut. Thiuilaiv 7 a. In N ttchitchles to Miiiluhn. T ie olltl...

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 May 1877

JAM. H. CO(NGRORE, - Editor. sNATCHIT OCH I-- 1s SATI'IR,);AY, - -- .lny 12. 1877. -- - Largest Circulation Of any Country paper in tLie State Rates of Subscription. One Year......... ......... $2 5 Six Months............. ......... 50 No aubscription taken for less than G months. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1.S0 per square for the first insertion, and 75 cents for earch Alnhs.qenout one. Ten lines or less, solid Brevier consti. t'lte a square, or one hundred words. Judicial Advertisements One Doll;ar per hundred words. (square) first inser tion, 50 cants for each subsequent inser tion. Payable in advance. All Trauscient Advertisements paya 1le in advance, and all Advertisements for a less time than 6 months, are Tran Regular Advertisements payabl terly, in advance. Advertisers in the Northern Cities MUST apply to our Agents for terms and contracts, for no attention will be paid to applications to us in person from that section. Newspaper Laws and wegula tions. 1. nlha...

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 May 1877

No money here. Business duller than ever. Tax collector's nofice open for B1 busineS*.1 the f)ont forget that CourtI be-gins the Ist Monday in June. blue Judge David I'ierson is holding iMi Court in Red River this week. Jas. II. Cahldwell has been appointed ia assessor of Sahtine parish, Gfood. fIlit The enterplising legal firm of .Morso & Dranguet ndvertise their card in this week's issue. ltarities desiring to : 't l :t litigate will find thesth gentlemen a4i ,,. fail in all that is retjired. N Our olh friends, Jacob Kile and til James Beazley, visited u11 during the week and report crops in the uplandl ,l btctions in good condition, and the Cot health and happiness of the people, 'irst class. It i Mr. J. II. Cosgrove, the heavy cal editor of the VINSICATOR, is on a ti business trip to Ne* Orleans. lie will return by the Bart Ablb on her I the next trip. the S 17. The VINDICAToR Job Itomti is turn ing out some very fine work at city Fit prices. Business men make ct nljte 'of t...

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 May 1877

D.fi ernt Kinds of Millet. ,An trie n .grirnltn list. ('o,.idhraIhh ' interest has I..n re cently tlkel1l ill 'l"Millets"' of vatinns kilnds as foirage c'rops. Snet ne var;iiri4es harte h'een iltodne1 l : n Id (:11('h "1sel'a so n' ls hIbe li t at ;the '::l.r. anld that of 1, .i Qt the 11\\' st, s5'1 flt nlll t on I ll e liki - ot l frt omile thing ito supplemenl'lt the bay crop wh.ld it is a Slhorlt onl . .ll 1h I esancI rn ald turnipy are tihe st;i l-h1. 's, fll this plur1l.4se, hot lih' thinwr 1 n1 d goodII soil, 1as 11ll is much iluiniiit, .rlla though ilun il's l)h du4'et mnuch food, }et it is not 1I the lntalle of h!iv amd tllnlot te ulhtitlited I'for it. M1ilhlIt o ll 'll the oinllllv hinds need( s drl' soil. in go ,I lillh, lit ir t 1 .'14 ' saliil ri'ch. A vv"v light top-dr ev..iu ,of 1t"1 o ml nnlnte, harrowed in with the seildu, sntlices to ( .nli' 11a ('rop iIn 111O1St in;l .ill. g i nºt sI lnll elll '' [ i l SI 'ld live dillbi'r nt , i lds t of miller, ami' It.: ('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. — 19 May 1877

\e ip ]j.o IDur.Jc' s p)) r. I n * .- ---- -At ho clh Qt.I ortha 1 ree hit o Adrertip'lk g Rates. a te d ' . :. ~ cJ H. COSCROVE ,,,, ,;,, , - Pulished Every SAT RIU).Y M rnX iini 3 .qlUr3 - .14 In 1141, 1. n!, SW AE OF TE ElLE S TE UPRW. f.illI Otie5 p 4 ix' OOF . ............ ...... 3 L 41111 "j 544 SIu H n)) n 4) Si 1 1 n 57 4 h 44111 - - -i ou .............. 1 , , ~. Off.cial Organ of th h ',ite itizens of Red iOfficialer, Sabine, Wifn and Natohiteches Parishes. o e R1:, n W i ... .. ... .... 7 - _- - - - -- - -l t i' l ,-t hI.'_ -t:- -E- 111.- -11 . r.. VOL. fit.n Tn o NATCHITOfHES, LA., MAY 19, 18.. 10 Haen Hreir. t it 4 insertilhon. l achll ub se q ertin t. un - un= m n ! !n!! _ !!mF- -'InIm n r s ') t ntv r. A T Clintnnt fr the Clarke Great Salt Lake. 1MA.ILI. AIlRIVAL.s AND I)EPA\',TURC.TLI Alexahldiai to Natchitoche.. Arrirvals. D)epalrtres. ,,uend.ay 4 p. im. Thursday 9 a. io. F~riday 4 p. m. iaturday 9 a. i. Sunday 4 p. in. Monday 9 a. m. Natchitoches to Shreveport...

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 May 1877

JAn. H. COM4OVE, - - Editor. NATCIHITOCIIES SATURDAY, - - - May 19. 1-77. Largest Circulatiol Of any Country paper in tae State Rates of Subscription. One Year......... .$2 . no Six Months.............. ..... 1 50 No subscription laktn for 14E s than G months. Advertisemrents inserted at the rnte of $1.50 per square for the first insetrtion, and 75 cents for eallclh snlsquyeqnt one. Ten lines or less, solid Brevier c-nsti ttite a square, or one hnndred words. Judicial Advertisenments One Dollar per hundred words. (square) first inser tion, 50 cents for eaeh subsequent inser tion. Payable in advnnee. All Trnnscient Advortisements pnays ble in advance, And all Advertisements f-- - legs time than 6 months, are Trau lent' A..gular Alvertisemnents payable quar terly. in advance. Advertisers in the Northern Cities Mtwr apply to our Agents for terms and contracts, for no attention will be paid to applications to us iin person from that section. Newspaper Laws and Regula tions. I. ,alscri...

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 May 1877

The oly1, balls given in our city at this time, are to the dogs-and these in the shape of leaden pledg ets, very dangerous to life. There tfore keep the muzzle well on the nose, or the muzzle of the city marshal's repeater will muzzle their bark and bite forever. _-----~- -- II Raford Blunt, the irrepressible; arrived by the steamer Bart Able. We have not the timeor inclination to give him a more ex tended notice at this time, but his case will receive due attention ii the dim hereafter. -- t We received a friendly call from 8. U. Van Praag, of New Orleans,' who is travelling in the interest I of the N. 0. Timhe. I)r. Powell has greatly improv. ed the appearance of his office by a liberal dose of paint And whitr cwash. The aiiiilieftte along the river f front is becoming very much di lapidated, ciidl d few timely re pairs would greatly add to its ap pearanic. The Bart Able airived hei'e about ten hours earlier than usual; , on her last trip. She birought tip a largo amount of fr iCi...

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 May 1877

Kentucky Slaw. From Our Lady Correspconldenlt. "Shave a white, had head o.f ioth bage very fine, as if for sour.kroiut, put it into a sance pan with one wine glass of cold water. season with ibut tcr, pepper, and salt. I'1. ce the pan at the back of the stlv,\e, closely cov cred, to steam for haIlf n hioor. Then add one tea cup of .wert cream, or ticlh milk, but cr(eam iis hlst, let it stand a feiw minutes, and serve in a covered dishl." Thomas Jefferson's Washington Pie. "It is foreordaine d that you will eat it to the last eunimb. 1 cup of sugar, I Cep of ttlor, 4 eggs, henat yolks and whites separately, hotter the size of an egg, I tij..jaspoo))nfill of cream of tarter, j tea spoonful of sa1a, mix and hake in two jelly c ike tins. The juice and aind of I lemon, I large sour apple grated, I clp of sugar, 1 egg, mix and boil 5 minutes. Spread the latter between the layers of cake." "Josiah Allen's wife's receipt book." R. L. Turner writes to the Solthern C'aidtivtor as follows; Sup...

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 May 1877

(bu ZhC oc pt VIndicatot Advertising Btates. I Of f1) o la.F'i i~ 1t~4e a4IA *N .ý- I 1 gaqar',.. 7 n 1 09 ) 1 00' 0 5o 001 fl Sul000 1 ml t o1ui5 00 1) 0 17 00 2n Im 97 3 00 447 0 35 11 - - - - : -- -_., _ - - - . 7 hgaqvI*I .'* 4'9012 0 5 07 0 - 0deirr. 13 ' II ý 4 4 041 444 00 016.4 I10 $44 040 - -- - - - - - - -- - -- - - - -- --(~e~'4 I 1'1t4........1 IS 7:) (11 71) 4 10I~ 5440445' 44i (0official Organ of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, Winn aind Natchitoches Parishes. ,S04vhtn14k ire tn c 6-1 44 1 i~ f 0 0 ~ P 0 0 1 1 ~ 5 A nt I 544 4 m - - - - - - -~N A 1T i C I I r I u I ý H L S , L A . , M A Y 21ý - , 1 8 7 7 . N . : 3 . p '4 t I x a t r u j t a i d 4 4 M t b p a d o -Treqp ireir. llrc4. 16.A 1t.50 Erah Rub e" VOL. MI. -i~~r1f 75 _''1t pe r.110e .-_ _ --.. _ý -r I- ---~i---- -h -~n 7-... .- ____-___ MAIl'S. ARRIVALS ANI DEPARTUIRES. Alexandria to Natchltoclhes. Arrivals. Departures. Tuesday 4 p. n,. Thursday 9 a. m, Friday 4 p.. i. Saturday 9 a. ni. Sauday 4 p. HI....

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 May 1877

JAS. ii. CQIMfRfE, - - Editor. N ATC I-I ITO)CH FS SA'1'iD[AY, - - - May *16. Ii+77. L:iigcst (Circ(ulation Of any Country paper in tLie State RateS of Subscription. urwl YeSr .................. ..... 50 Fix Months............................ 1 50 No uhlh;cription taken for less than 6 molltltsu. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1..50 per sqlare for the tirst ilsertion and 75 cents for eatclh snhliseflal one. Tun lills or hIss, solid Irevier (onsti. f'lt a sqnare, or moe htnlldred words. ,ludicial Advertisements Olue Dfoll;r per humdred words. (,q.nire) Rist inser tion, 50 cents for each so~bicqluent inser tion. Payable in ndcal(re. All Tranisci'ult Advertisements payn. ,l4 f iadvan'e. and1 all .ldvertisemni, its fI a less time than 6 months, arc Tr:a ient' Regular Advertisemncuts payable quar tcrly, in advance. Advertisers in the Northern Cities M',T apply to our Agents for terms and .eotraclt, for no attention will be paid to applications to tus iu person froum that $ec...

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 May 1877

c44ibscrirtin' recCepits'. Week end. ivg lY 27th: Dr. J. S. Smairt, J. O. Winnfree, J. I. Wood, Judge C. B- Burr.-Vernoon parish. Oar r~Iporter "on a stroll" finds inm provements going on everywhere. al tlrJ. os. lhnr is putting his Front street bnilding in first class order, the 1) 0wer story for a store-room the upper ' ftora resideince. O.Sclaffrilth has his } resiilence decorated with paint and t it looks as hew and cosy as one could ti wish. Suddath's I'Phlenix is all span w new willh its .ou! side-awning ad sI ditioin ; while several other buildings N are in colnr.s0 f ercction or repair. The lumber yards are doing a rush ibg business ; we notice that our v' friepd; Stephens in particular, is selling off rapidly. This looks like old times indced. h 0.4-40. 0 -- -_ r, We congratnlate our citirPen on r having control at last of Natchitoclhe parish. We have the finance part by s+ the throat and that's all the radical 1 thieves wanted. m, , .. -- .ti The conditiou of crops thlrol...

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 May 1877

Freserv'ation of Cait Flowers. 0 The question is so often naked, "How shall I keep my. flowers fresht," thant thim best meethod of doing so - ought to e konown by all who arte food of floral decorations. Of course to those lo p,osaess large gre. houses from which tnr cut daily, tlhis is not so mich of an obiject. Still, oven these may require to send or take flowers somen distance, and, no. IesA thley are propertly packed theyi will, at the end of the journey, prove worthless., When possible, flowers should always be cut from plants that are weff hardened off, avoidingI f as mneb as possible those grown i stove het. In Ferns well matured, 1I fronds only should he cut, as vontng ( fionds are certain to shlivel up in a few hours after being used, and con sequently spoil the efeet of any de coration in which they may be em ployed. In cutting them a sharp knife should always he used in pre ference to scissors, which crush and I) close up the minuit titls or veins through which the moist...

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 June 1877

A t oA real Iea escrt p Tier. te ,derteiin g Rates. of no clique o:)'fig. .'iec ain! IoUtslokt4' . ... .. - and th'e 'fijond ol the PI~oPLv. sqan - ., J.H CO$CROVE Iqnarn -. $ n 0'' $ 10 Of $15 0( $. 0 0t 0 '|i Editor & Prop~rietor. :I104 : 4 5 ) o .4, Pulihed Everv SATURDAY Mornint 9 g~ l+. 0I III 1111 15t 111 ')0 1121II 4 tquar('s.-- It1. 1 :1 00 l IIII 2250l 11 311l IIll- - 3 s1uar, . . ... ,:,,,,, I, 11, .l ,,,, :ill ,,0 35_, 1111 o - - L A -.- .. ,'",ar"' 1 ,"; 4 ii "0;32;;41oi45 0 THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. sripion ates. .q,,iar''.-.  ), ',! 4 3( 44 4 4)o 45o oo 4 It L YJIL4k-o,)~__ andOneL CA l) N du4p 1144e n fo,, r ..2 t .lti44 sj4I14;'1' ....7.4.4405 44~4 0 __________ ~~w z nh a c l oc e a~~ One .:]Vsix IllI. .......1V eg S ll m y...- Z|'tllll :in 1111 51! Onl f57 1111 I 111 _ ,- - - - --*" - - S,'I,,, ,,,, 3;, I,,, ,,1o,,, Official Organ of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, Winn and Natchitoches Parishes. 5, ___,, _,1,_,__,,,,_,,,ks...

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 June 1877

JAM. H. COSGROYE, . Editor. NATCHIITOCHIES RATvRI)AY. - - - June 2. 177. Largest Ciicnlation Of any Country paper in tbe State Rates of Subc-cription. One Year........... .... . $2 Six Months ...................... 1 51 No subscription taken for less than 6 months. ------------ Advertisements insert'ed at the r:te of $1.50 per square for the first insertion. and 75 emnts for each stlbsequent oler. Ten lines or less, solid Brevier consti t'ite a square, or one hundred words. Judicial Advertiseimenlts One lDollar per hundred words. (square) lirst inser tion, 50 cents for each s.b ;cquent inser tion. Payable in advance. All Transeieunt Advertisemnnts pnvaa ble in advance, and all Adv ertisenwlnts. for a less time than 6 months, are Tran ient' Regular Advertisements payable quar terly, in auivance. Advertisers in the Northern C('ities Miusr apply to our Agents for terms and contraets, for no attention will he paid to applications to us in person from that MEctlon. Newspaper Laws and 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. — 2 June 1877

Weather warm. We were pleased to meet Mr. Jno. HIewitt, of De Sto, on our streets du ring the week. Business! there is none. Let a coontryman dare shake a dollar bill on Front street and forty clerks would lt ob'c mob him. Fishing excursions are in order. Perini has the Beer emporium, don't fail to give him a call. District Court begins here on Mon lay next. The Police Jury meets and organi zes on Monday next, June 4th. Bnnker's fish emporium at Campte, sends a preparation of dried fish put up by Bunker for use in soups, gum boa, &c. Who says Natchitoches parish is not getting on the enter prise toga. Cane river continues to decline rapidly, and unless the upper rise strikes us before many days we will be without a river. Reports of the condition of crops, from gentlemen who visited our office during the week, continue quite en couraging. Some sections are in want of rains, while many others have had refreshing showers. Corn, we understand, is looking splendid. Boarding house ke...

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. — 2 June 1877

ornme Industries. We heard a gentleman remaik the other day that artistic laborers anod mechanics were not appreciated here in Louisiana as they should be; "id cited instances which proved conclusively the truthfulness of his assertions. We build, we spin and toil, with botches and "roughs" at home, but when we want any thing that looks decent and neat, New Oileans or St. Louis is the on!l place it can be had. Let any carpenter, blacksmith, paint er, wheelight, or printer do artistic work here, far superior to the slim, good looking, gauzy jobs of the Northern workman, that is made to sell, and nine of ten of our people will pronounce it indfferent, good and cheap, but that New Orleans or St. Louis, or New York is the place for such work. This is the reason why our country is down and is no more prosperous. This is the reason why we buy every thing we eat and wear and use. Our people produce nothing, absolutely nothing, and if any poor artistic work man attempts to establish at home...

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. — 9 June 1877

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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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 9 June 1877

Paper off he Parish and City of Nat hihorhes JAS. 1I. 1COSbROV E, "- Editor. SATIu)AY. - - - JUNE 9, I877. The Conquest of Mexico. OIr (city conItenimporaries ihave overlooked the wlailn point o01 Statesmen should make in urging the coneuelst of Mexico. So lfar the question has been argued, aInd very properly, as far as it goes, 1upon the groundiiii of thIe mere ac (quii itionl of the rieh' territory- of that country ; a country abound ing in agi-icultnial, mu ineral, and pastoral wealth, for the purpose of furnishing a peaceable and stable government to that revoln tionary and distracted people, and developing its resources, by influ sing Anglo Saxon vigor into tihe blood and business of Mexico. Such a view we consider as emi nently proper and philanthropic, but we would urge that there are reasons more potent for the con templated advance uipon Mexico than those so far tleveloped. Since Cortez andl his band of Spaniish niobles and heroes inva (led the territory anId cilrushed the ...

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