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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 5 January 1878

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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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 5 January 1878

To the Patronsot the VINDICATOR. lark ! the midnight bell is tolling. F0 With a sweet anud solemn sonIld, While the gohlden tnuimelts rolhlig, lelap the Old Year's burial mounod. Batt from out its pile of ashe', Behold ! with bright beanty springilg, J The NEW YI:Ac radiant flashes, ' While joyful clhilies are rigin g, thi T'his infant fair, now Plh'lnix-like, wit His sparkling robes anavcels, r And as he ope's his blahy. eyes He starts upon his travels. C The past looms up with glory grand, To tell how pure and holy co0 Have been the thoughts of gallant moan, Whose days are passing slowly These thoughts are a pure blazing shrine, Of bright deeds, visions divine Which make tlhe soul like an eagle free, To mounut space's limitless sea. From out the dium and shadowy past IRi There comes no mouranfdl measure, With sad'ning strain to tmar the joy, A Where rules gay mirth and pleasure. With shout and song and joyous sound, Each gladdened hearth is ringing, Wo While goblets clink and glas...

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 January 1878

Mbe eopi'% o indrtivator. Adtrertieing 16 1 s At ___________ ut I cll~iqin~ c 'lit~ 1 1g. liii 11~ u iiittiij))1kuitI 6(41" RES, ? 7 ? Ific""'c.·'J. Y4. COSCROVE 2 ,tll :rt9,. " 700 t 1 0 0 I' ll) ~U' 0r1 25 00 4 ql rc." I In 14 on 2,+ o 100 37 (0 iiur.H. . 2111) I 3)) 00 411 X00 471 IN) THE WELFARE OF TIE E OrE IS T111 SUPREiME LAWY. 7 lPre)). 2:t II 211 7 91 00 11 I 00 51 011 711 00 I II sO n ec p yI 0 01. o ) 3r . . . . . ..1. . . . . . . . ._ar ý2 rl ,; 1;1 .:l I :: INI 711 nu ___ Official Organ of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, Winn and Natchitoches Parishes. ,ll cithM. lokin Plt IlIr ldrfli ;I silo aro lll l f .11 Sl), p0 IIII 90 1,:?.;I 13J l :11\.nll.( · til Vt! ))l&t n7 1iI:,iM \45iri iOti IV. il4t -S LA., JANUAR 12, 1878. 75I Cl!)))) p4~·\cr.H 1 Mf)c·r0CC.l XVOL. V NATCHI'ij()HES, LA., JANUARYP 12, 187i8. ~ NO. 7 IIII11:1( )I)1.it I) tii l it ))1S IIIt 10P 31I)t11) l11;lt BUSINESS DIRECT ORY. A KAI[\N-Fanuily G',oezie., ,. o' 2,1 and St. Denis ' 1treets. MA Y...

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 January 1878

OF' I('IAL, Paper ofthe Parish aon lity or ateliitorhes JAS'. Hi. (,)SI:OYE, . * Editor. SATIRDAY, - - - JAN. Apply the K'life. Our fiienl of the New Orleans --emoecral, generally very correct and nevetr wrongl ftiro the heart, deals in strange expressions at times. We at truist he will not frown at our pre- m stimption ih calling Ihis attention to swhat we consider a very grave and 'r radical error in his philosophy. In a late number 12trh Dec., we think) he 5nys in sabstance-that corruption in government is a creature of slow groW.tl, "and the reform of those cor ruptions, in consequence, takes mtuch rn time as well as labor." Irt \'o must emphatieally differ with f our learned contemporary in his ihy- ' pothlesis. Evils, which are plain to the knowledge and sight; evils, whose effect is apparenlt every moment, will ai not admit of delay in their eradica- c tion. The cancer in the human body, ri slowly eating its sure way to the vi- P tals, will not be checked by poultices -the kn...

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 January 1878

ýr pp P r in the Stale. gat s of Subscription. ne } ar. .... . ... . 50 e ............ 1 50 i1o s l .t..il)tion taken for less than 6 Months. _ Spart. his of Sonu St. Ipenis lh.asedl to s W V. It. Jae still solitary Stice. Col. J known, and * ' Irecognlized t Y1I' N r: call attentic card in alot -- SPI(¥Y is News and Hnumor, Bossier at - t- W zees and li ;ade up During the Week their hannel ....- are prepare Weather so so. Stone Worn Bart Able up early. the lowest r How would an oil mill pay I point when Where's that Cotton Factory I their work The railroad talk is reviving rapidly. ~ . S.Cu Sweet sounds-the humn of sugar mills. pester, El everal New York drummers have been days pan, "doing" our city the past week the patron; How about starting a tirst class Hotel be large, A here Black VV The present cold snap has held out the syes well, our streets Marshal Little has resigned. This dark nigh leaves the city without a policemau . ward elec A Mr. Buaion sold corn in tats town, 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. — 12 January 1878

,ersonals About Ladies, :1 Thile Pr'incess of Wales is thirty three. It Mr's. senator Conover is bewitching ly :arnitiful. note I,ydia Thormpson refuses to lift at oil) foot till after Easter. Mrs. Swisslhelm favors a suit for th I school gil is almost like a boy's, with i g, six hnarly pockets. or, Miss I.e Franec, a down tlast pedes- ever trienne, takes an alcohol batil at her Pol fifteenth mile. lion Miss Fanny D)avenport says her Il nose is not disfigured, but is just s as in nice as ever it was. tal;e Maggie Mitchell is forty and ooth- the 'r of two children ; she clehtrs ,1, I hRss a week and is wot tlh ýi1;00,(),0. hian Catlotti Patti is ill from the effects fron of it surgical operatin. Her 1phy13- are cians are confident of hetr reto\ery. lal Mts. Butler, wife of the South Caro- ha3's lina Senator, is the daughter of E-x- Slot Governor Plickens, of that State. Miss Mary Blieckinridge, a danghter rt of the late Gen. John C. lh ek i ridlge, oth was married in New Yolk on Thi...

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 January 1878

Adverti sing Mates. - A ut cyulurJ, c o I o F ý yiiI I 4 1 5 ( ( 4 2 1 0 0 25 1 5 0 2 0 0 310.111 ~ d 13 ICI1P 001o 25 00 304 U00 ~'ih1 1Ar ALIIA nn 4 spiarcý;. 14 4uu la~ 0 2~2 00I 1((0j t., 00) ____________________________________________ nq4I;It:... *. ., TH E W ELFA R E O F TI LE P EO PL0 iS T5I LE SU P E ME L AW . ý111ýit { 1f i11i 31) VIII 41 U0, 65 0111 PU 00.....~~: ' 3S7i ly 510(4 ý 53 i 0i 70 400 n3n 211(';24 001 33 ,1;;100117 ) T H E W E L F R E O T TII P E O P L E T H S UI ILI 1 I?, L .1\V 21qR 0O~ 1ý an1n 11O fficial O rgan of the Wthite Citizens of R ed Ra iver, Sabine, W linn and NVatchitoches P arrs i!CS. srl·" ji) 0tli(I.4't 4t 44ln -0 -- - 00 - - - - - it):t i _V L I .NC__T__( E , ..,J NU A Y 9 l7 BUSBIJSS DI ECAORY. K lI\-Fa'rmilv Groeeries, Corner 241 and St. Denis itreets. A M 'LYECIt-Wodand dBlacksluih Work, . Church Street. l. .RNTI-The New Stand--Beer Gardens, Fine Wines,. LiqulrRandl 'iars. St.iDnis. AALLtIN-Itestiaurant, St Denis Street. LEX \EE-.Notary Pub...

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 January 1878

1P 1A W, in M Mm".. 0 F'F' IC IA L Paper of the Pnrish anu City of NatchitorheM JAhI. II. (WOY(O E. · Editor. SATURIDAY, - - JAN. i9, 1S78 The Constltutional Conventlon. n We think, to judge from the tone of the country press as expressed dlning the past four nmonths, that at at least 90 per cent of the Droc:ratic , party is in favor of a Constitutional il1 Convention, the remaining 10 per ti cent certainly favors chan!es in the ii present instrument, and rudical changes at that. It is quite interesting to peruse the "'interviews" of the New Orleans t Democrat ieporter with the solons- vulgarly supposed to represent thtih constituents, now, giving us of Lou isiana an exhibition of the "combined C' talent" of the State. Senator Robertson (Dem.) 10th District, stands up: Senator R.-I came to this city warmly in favor of a convention, Si but since my arrival, and after con sultation with representative men of h1 the Democratic party in the city and n from the country, I am satisfied th...

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 January 1878

argeSt ClretuatLion of .i1 n corsitryt Paper its the Stale. Rates of Subscription. One Year...... ........... 0 Si Mothsl... . .......... 1 -No subscription taken for less than 6 months. j lUnnl mil n n _ __ - - --- - .. -- -:-- . PARStS .AND ''1'1 Y NEWS. Here, and Mlsewhere. Te Locals' Weakly Budget, Frosty mornings again. h Hog ment, fresh, selling in this city at P £6 to 7 cents per pound. The early gardeners are at work pro e 'paring their land for Spring vegetables. a The season approaches for the resumn merization of winter. m The Editor has gone rusticating in the " city of New Orleans, hence ye locale on dits, are circumscribed in extent. i1 Beautiful days aini brilliant moonlight nights, but rather too cool to swing on the front gate and -gaze at the stars. What do you do with yourselves, these P long winter evenings? Let's orgarnize a Whangdoodle Club. ol For the information of smokers, we tl wonuld state that Suddath of the Pharnix, it says he has on hand a lot offi)ie...

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 January 1878

THE LEADERS AT EL PASO. Judge Howard and the Mob, San Antonio Herald. With the death of Judge Howard we presume will end the trouble and slanghter of men which for the last two months has kept the El Paso country in a state of feverish excite ment. Judge Charles Howard was well known in this city, having resi ded here and practiced law several years, a short time previous to his appointment by Gov. Coke, as Dis trict Judge of the El Paso District. He was scarcely more than thirty years of age when he met his violent death, having been 'only abont twen ty-seven years of age when he re. ceived his judicial appointment. He was a very bold and daring man, and reckless in his course. Mr. Geo. B. Simpleman, of Austin, the father-in.-law of Judge Howard. located several salt lakes lying at the foot of the Guadalupe mountains, in El Paso county, and obtained pos session o,f others that had been loca ted by S. A. Mavericli. These lakes are very valuable, antd for a lo-n time the people of El...

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 January 1878

ly r lti i tai t 'hit, fi td If 'e ( l.'I.. ..... i , l  1--1;; " / ,- ---- - t o w lEditor & Ii ri, lIl'ltor. ,, llre --- 1-,o 0 50 5 $,0 9 $ 15 0 $2 00 ..quare " i lii i 1 5 7 1 it250 0 4 5) 0 ,11, -Pulislied E-very ST' R0DAY Mornlintg S_ re I, THE WEL ARE OF TIlE PEOPLE iS THEI SUPIREME LAW. o Sllir'.... _l or_, O 1 00 41 f1 05 01 11 it__)_,______11_ One -tii -I 11)11 -.............. tl squares .n. 1 . . 00 . . .... ... .... ..... .. W1 - - --O.. On py' i" ~mi h... ... ...1. S Iq I I) (1 Ný 00, 70 O_0)l 1151 01.1,5 0,) Official Organ of the White Citizens of lRed River, Sabine, Winn and Natchitoches Parishes. ni., .t,,,.,, ,kr 1.. (,i,""" s,,i. .-- .. _ ----. - -- ----- ........ - .. ....A.. ......'u-u- .\l dv rtiu's' nt fur has than She .nee ;treir,. ,i , n,,rtl"n,. E""i ch iVOt IV NATCHIITOCF L ES, LA., JANUARY , 1878. L A'O. 'aJe 2. ,,t aOeLtinserthn i. c S per square, - t, t ni niru , _.tt.. ..Ii oIIre .... ___ ,__ , _ :_· . .,, ;iL . ;,!, I1 r,17 . In ..... in r ....

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 January 1878

?aperofthc ?nrish and City of Natebitoches JAS. II. CQ'StROtI)E, ..Editor. SATURDAY, - - JAN. 2(, I$r7. EDITORIAL C('ORRESPONDENCE. NEW O(lu.r.\.. LA., January 91hh, 1878. The "chief"r' greets his dear polple from "abroad" once nmore-.froll the Capitol of unHiredeemned Louisianlla, amid the iniinence of its "busilness interests," with its native Iahlent full fledged in the arena of LLegislatiuon, and begs to tell thenl that all--i not well! But first of;business, and we'll dessert on politics. TIADE IS ST.(;.NANT from the fact that the failure in the sugar crop was great. I have met friends who are engaged in sugar planting, and from their statemients, the losses sustaimned by the planter, and through him the llgar melrchant, who advanccd neans to cultivate the cane crop, have been beyond calcula tion. ThIe late season of warm rains caused the cane to continue its growth, and when the sap ceased to flow, the freeze came on, and hence the loss. Molasses, however, is flowing in large ...

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 January 1878

Largest C'ircallalioi o1f JAay Connlry Paper in Ihe ~atle. Rates of Subscription. One Year................$2 ~I) Six Months ...................... 1 5.) No subnscription tuaken fr i tlhau ; mouths. _. PARISHl AND ('I'IY NEWS. See New Advertisements. Business in our city is dull-very dull. The river continues to walk up, at 1 a lively iate. Quite a number of strangers have t been visible on our streets during the ( week. t Some of our subscribers slr still in arrears. Walk in and settle up. The weather the past week has been ' -clear and cool, with frosty mornings. All persons holding unpaid School Warrants for 1876, and previous years, are requested to read the Treasurer's t 'notice, to be found in another column. Owing to the continued absence of the Editor, the sINrICA.TOR, this week falls short of editorial and local items. But we promise our readors to make up the deficiency in our next issue. Mr. WV. II. Tunnard, Disti ict Clerk, 1 furnishes us with the following list of marr...

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 January 1878

IDESSING UNDER DIFFICULTIES. X Scanty Toilets of Confederate Belles-- The Cost of Fancy Goods. Mrs. M. F. t1andv in Phila. Weekly Times. 1o Daring General Sheridanl's last raid a General Custer and his staff slplped over night at the honse of a phlanter in th Fluvanna County. Viiginia. lianugh - h tily, yet courtel usly, after the fashion li, i of well-bred peopI wiho can not heelp at themselves, the lest in the hoese was e placed at their dispousal. Among tl e a Arst of Cestcr's requirements was i bath, and tubs aend water, with honme made towels, were readily folthconm log. Not so, however, were sponges and Turkish towels. At this the t. General showed some anger, stppos- J - sing the neglect intenti onal. Whenc his servant was assured by the lady of the houise that her stock ief yseMht articles was exhausted anid could not be replenished % ithin the Confede- 4 rate lines, miaster and lman were in tensely disgusted, and Custer.express- ,i ed his astonishment that civilized , peopl...

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 February 1878

ýýA runte Iiedi ntarf e Tu to o -de l i r u a t o t~ t c ~ l w· I r i v i i d o f t hel I': l o i.' ; . l ' l f Ade1111 ;.I1 I J H tSCOV wp 7 4.x1 P 5lU U' Et: eo lU Uu fi b~l·a·Ir llltr *4d *4 5 )) 70I 15 u *0 0 0i 00 25 1 . 14 0A ' )02 4 3 04 04 00 Mw" 17lu 111 ; 01 ,1 01 1100 7 gqitSV 0)) 2 uw ::2 000 41) 00 7u 45 40 00 T H E :.. - ,1 squares. 4.11ul -?7 W 300 65 00 00 1 _ THE WELFARE OF TILE PEOPLE Is THE SUPREME LAW. ri Raes j 441 Ito J 011 13 11N 3~t.. ' 4 0 :4.1 4))l l 3) M))O 57 n)) lay 00 - _ _ -. - -- - ___-" -__-__--_- - --_ Is)(1011,;0 IN, Off)cial Organ of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, Winn and Natchitoches Parishes. ne 'l"PY. 010' yea -- - ---- - --ný,· All -l-- -r- ti.,-_- f- - "-l-- - -- -- - qg~uIaIrt4"'~ Cs44C5 4hZrlt~ slr VUJ. IV. j NATCHITOCHES, LA., FEBRUARY 2,s178. UINiNESS DIR9C ;ORY. A R Fnailu Gm etis, ('rnes 2t and Stt. jllen' Strc,!+. " AEr --\V'oda ;sli Ilacksmaith Work, A. Church Street. Tie New Sta:nd-i-Beer (:ens, F iine Wines iqu.orand ...

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 February 1878

F Topic's fl Btu .or ovF'T~cr~f, Paperuf he Parib and City offitmtbllohe IL'm A. CONOBOYE, "a Editor. $A1 U1DAY, - - FEB. 2, I87 A PMil Pit9r FOR LEAIsILTORS. Our Democratic members of the State General Assembly are evidently not equal to the.occaslon which pre seats itself to them. Public opinion is clamorous for radical reforms. For a new Constitution which will, at one fell swoop, wipe out, not only present cortuption, but but future legislative, judicial and executive villainy. On this point bat' legislators stand in strange contrast w itl, their masters -the sovereign people. They are ieither harmonious or homogeneus. And if we are to judge, that small men are incapable of else than little Aetions, matter contains no tinntau lherewitll to contrast the assembled wisdom of the Capitol. The members of the )Democratic party in that body mistake their voca tion, and overleap their standing ui our party, as well as assume too much for their ability. We have not dole. gated to them t...

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 February 1878

~~Ila'e ~~*.aiino~ ti~~t C+'rcrtrctrlo e T JIM papecr in the State. r~tes of SubscriPtion. 00r Yob . ....·· 150 p8 O4I {ptiotak for lesi than 6 ý Sý ý. LlI Aýfr it ~IH LOCAL WHIFF'S. moro tb gappenluD During The Week. e eV of Olive gere, and Flewhere. Wa hav -arbam is in town. fence is Bnljo Is ta weet instrument. either re, aioi talk, everywhere. will tal Col. Sam Tyhams dropped in Tnesday. el to th lowaboot planking Washington street rights. Are we tobave a new Market IIuse i John Letterat this office for J. II, Packer and where as a fir, .H. red Mr. Msajor G. FDawson has been paying the rig1 oar town idyinfg visit for some days. t air. Dr J. W. Co. ckerhanl enlOe up on the Sine srt, Able. a certa 06ee3slively. Charley has a smiling Vey wi .g Police Jury meets on Monday next the Pol aglacl-nsiness will be transacted. "Whits 'LW makes England rise I Too much Ecore -Y. Y. Telegram. sulme aDry printers will find "a bargain in Hess. lg gler Press advertised elsewhere. cironl gSbhrevep...

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 February 1878

STATE NEWS, Gleanings from the Cauntry Press. Tro' A disastrous fire occurred in Clinton, a Kei La. Three husiltess buildings vwete ago conusumed. Loss $6,670. wkict Caddo parish still agitates the lied "'' River and .Mississippi Railroad qges- p, tion, and the Shrileport Timnes speaks balls encourtagilgly of its early completion. them Our Southlron par'ishl cn,ltelpori lies of pt are filled with cane culture sugges- manI tions and lamentations over loss ftrom' eclopl thie fieez last Novembellllr. fll Washington, St. Landry parish, has o 4n not owed a dollar for tive years, anl aSId the Enterprise very properly flaps its wings over tile fact. TI Cliaiborne parlis purchases 500 the mules each ye;ar, and! the (Guardian t1 wants tile firmtcers to raise their ow) yes, stock and stop this draliln- Iunneces- ,t sary and ruinous. rate The DeSoto Democrat has. absorbed it it the Reporter. WeV congratulate lour tt friend Hewitt, anti predict ai bright i11ln and lively future for the Democrat...

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 February 1878

'She lapty Jiicatr ie topi's 1idttor. Advertisllg Jtefl if o or ri , t'. . I 4 onI 1t; 50 1 : 1# 1 ov Editor & 0h nt . Sgqa re. 1701 20 o00 15 00 20 00 25 00 3 rsqA . 1400 ,i )2 0 :s 0 35 Im _ _'_llish__d :\EVer" S.\'T:iDAi '; n j0 2 On 35 0 40 Op0 ! - ----- " __....... .. ...._ _.... ,_ ___ r_ _ -.. ----- 5 ., .. r2 00 24 00o 35 00 40 00 45 0 qurC .. THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME L7AW. TH EFA,,,HEP. ,, TH S.U, :, "quare." 236 11 327 00 3 0 l 11110 I 11 T VE F R TH squares.., 3- n......n . 571... no . O...- - - -e. - . , sres: 4301 ,,1 00o no, to on 1.sn n ,,,) Official Organ of the White Citizens of Red liver, Sabine, Winn and Natchitoches Parishes, is uaree.. 4 i) 0 ea o 1 01 9 01 12 5 n 0 01 i"t :rtisme m . . . 5. per enrof - - - '* -.  ... . .. ....... . . ... . - .. . l Aro,,, , u nsr,, se VOL. IV.. } NATCHITOCHES, LA., FEBRUARY h, 1878. NO;21 ,' ra,, ' tane, . l Ot I I I r I " I I I I " 11 " I r I 1 li 1USI ;SS'DUIECO r0Y. St. )enie streets. lFt-\vod and...

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 February 1878

tO~piet' W1inhalhiD. 0 FF I CIA raperefthe Parish and City ofNutthitoehes JLA. N. (1 suROVE4 . •. Editor. SATURDAY, - - - FEB. 9, 1678. Political quiet. The death that awaits a Republic is preceeded by a clamor on the part of despots, aided by weak men, for quiet-political ealm-a cessation of aggitation by the people. To-day, history is repeating itself, and this seeming desire for the welfare of the citizen, which is lshown by such con sideration held out by the opposers of a "Coustitutional Convention, will end, as it las always ended, in disas ter and ruin to the people of the Common wealt Ih. Political agitation is the life blood of a Republic-quiet and calm, sunch as the ninnies now ask, its winding sheet. For a year or two after re construction had settled upon us, "political quiet"sneceeded, and it was the boast of Warmoth, that the whites of Louisiana were the "best behaved" in the whole South. That "behavior" was the lethargy that usually pre ceeds death. jt was a fatal sle...

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