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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 20 April 1878

6o T ý r Paper In the Sia Rtsof Suhscrpi~toll.!j 0~lb~- 1 5t1 t~~ p o We n b ccr ip t i ') " t .. k * f r 8 /t h aau G a [ SPl fi _.' "pI gpda tice.-'-'evil Rrniv, Es"1., of Yereoa pariwh, 1:4 t )e rlnly anthfllrixr I ~fat for the VI . er1In mir isb rand all cniitrac't' manle h1imn will be filly yitif' d andi crried oillt 1'v 118. Li' p lev':irid . fl. Calulwrdl, are nnr pgefltý for Sililuu. _- _ pL I PAR It V --! -" this in5! L ,O I, (lJEA~I(:1. 'rocker hI Weather wrm. well and `hw's of rain. ple and witha l Bhrt Ale up Tuesday. plant.r eriy busy with t leit' eropj. One of onWlrrtiC Cenhtal Coonnittee meets hioe is sold oxe totlay. and see Fine lot wng"ns att. rdtleed prices . At M &Cionk I B.n. at geok fgor for tl The CVI.rsncT'R onkno'letol1'des wit the fsli pride the honor of a Sert iitide y the tling v atchbitlehes Mosical C'lnh. trrent ' Oar young Ladies' and Geitlenlen have learn of ain.ag,'d several Croquet grom s, and it gpmee innumerable are in cointeml!ation. genial...

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. — 20 April 1878

OUR WASHINGTON LETITER. WASHINGTON D. C., April 6, 15 . All that the House did yesterhday was to declare the office of Doorkeep er vacant. There had been two dda' s of rather pointless debate over the proposition, and the result, whatever it might have been, would have belen hailed with satisfaction. 'There ought to be some way of getring rid of oh jectionable odflcers of the t wo iHo,es without the necessity fti so r h ex teinh d discussion as was had in ithis e,.' *s.. I would be better thart rith Sp',.Lkr unill the Vice Presidenrit have .,. it:. power of appointments and re'miv al ,, or, if that is gi ving too, rIIII I t to t) men, that a jonllt con llititle h' irVen the authority. In the p:uticulr care of Doorkeeper Polk tlhe, . sear ht, have been o illlnusuail otfiill.'er ClnI litted-little, if anything, idone tlhat has not been done by his predeces. sors. I think the House will ,et re gret its action, andl that it did llnot adopt the suggestion of that hleel headed 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. — 27 April 1878

heuW ~iu4pator -idctr Ebc ca l4' idirnMot. . ralitDio atg pj.t ( unj 41 uný, , :. K 14444 :144,14 44 544L34) J.H.11 COSCROVE NUAIIW' i Editor &r Piolilit 1441 3 qiiare't. 1 "' INI "! p r ý4 444:3; 1x) - - ---044 _-- -- ý - - - 45 4444 1'11 - T H E P E P 111- SubsIri l --io n I- -i-- - -. 4;)~,,l 54'N 44J~404 JfJELFAREt~ OF1H iSOLE 1 TIlEI SUPREME LAW. Ol l~~or er...... --l~rL- - -_______ . One copy six Illolltli44.. ........ ....I. 4nI Aqliary ' ,; m fin4444; 71 11 I'm N) 1,25 110 O fficial O rgan of the W hite C itizens of ed iv er, Sabine, W in n and Natchitoches Parishes. j5 Ni' 4 I ,2111 i+atio ii 4 n' l4 I l ,5nee Braqierr"'4* .44 4': 441 125ll"II'1""· VuL. I4544 NATCHITOC)CIIE'IS, LA., AP~ltll1 27, 1878. - K S ar - ---- ______ _ --- --- - - --- ---. Iiur-Ii 1. l igo·uo1 C1,114- -'Ted A I lie has di4M O C.eoI d f iii the dia~ live I CH4RVII NOTEs. gUS INESS DIREC TORY. KA ir-Famiii Groceti Ct, iorner 2d and A) St, Derlii Streets. S "---- 7~, ati.AYET:-ini titt Black-muti( W...

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. — 27 April 1878

OFFICIAL Paper of the Parish and City ofNatrhitoches JAS. H. COiSROVE, -. Editor. SATURDAY, - - - APIURIL 2717. Legislative Retrenchment. No man, however bitterly he may the have assailed the legislature fpr its and dereliction of duty, tfor its sins of par commission and omission, dlenlies rep that they did some good. Senator poP White in his effort to stem the storm tihe of public indignation whiich deluged vid the last assembly, to oblivion we tail hope, cites the following as tihe "re- oth trenchment and saving" of that body. the Executive oflice....... -..... 5,7s0 0 dayI Auditors otffice... ........'- ..21.730 0( joy Judiciary departament.... ..--0. ) (1 ) Legislative expenses.......... 10 05 13 far Assessors......... . .------------ 0 fa Tax collectors...-.-. .. . .. 60 ,0100 00 c Public education, salaries..... '2,100 (00 Public printing iO... ..2O 0 ,000 (1N Ch Laund office..ce. 15'00 N sar 4ttorney General's otlice..... , 11 0 n) Print'g Supreme Court rep'ts.. 5,000 00 Lev...

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. — 27 April 1878

,a 'ei CrcnlatiOut #4I d4uY cO derv Paper In the State. eae of Subscription.. 00e Year .............. ...' N, *Ubseripti) 11 tatliii ,i Ia iý thanI gMoths. 14 1 - 1 1 gJpeýta Notiee.-(Ca\i1 Brav.LHy , of Qet (, pIr'+l" 6 th 41 1ý an nri Ht gib, an' all e(,ltlart' ta III 1, bluuu will be fully ratified "I'll i'itiiiý'' riit liy tus . .Pressley anal4 .1. II. Caliwell, are I ou~r uri'fl for Malim pARW1ý :1\N ) c 'll\ NI WS.I lool nights anti uln(nnligs. Rains on MontsdIy a iiT'l'uesday. 'rlhe l)ewherry It~rigatsi are Nlaily seent upon our strPeets. qlEIY: 'Why will tmn smoke corn anon tobacco, whein thely can buy Mar burg Bros. 'Sea!it! o , orth t( roliItu,' at the samrie price ' Feb : '74-1v. BartAble was tilp on ht'r usial day with a good trip. The Detroit Ficre I'Pres elases whaleu oil I the 'beantiful le' of the sea." SHESTER WfillTES, S(0W 1'11:S 1'U1; breeding putipulses. Apply to April 20-It .I. C. TI1Cl1f LL. Few items of ilnterest aire available for yeloeal-hlence tlhe dearth ...

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. — 27 April 1878

OUR WASHINGTONV LETTER. . WASHINGTON D. C., April 23, 1878. Hon. Montgomery Blair has his tirst ev rebuff from his own State of Mary laud. Ge Senator Dennis, in presenting resolu- in tion of the Maryland Legislature look ing to a trial of the title of Mir Hayes to the Presidency said lhe was op- bli posed to any action by the Senate on the subject. He made a very patiio- It tie, if not very conclusive speechl tei against any agitation of the subject. The bones of Nortern and Sonthern IHr men, he said, lay side by side, we had railroads and telegraph lines all w1 over the country, and the interests of 1k one section were the interests of all. And let us have peace. Thlis is all exceflent, but it has no rteferenuce to be this particular case. The question is se whether or not we shall have a judi- of cial inquiry into the title of a man to i office. It is not a sectional question, pi and should not be a disturbing one. Mr. Blair, as was evident from the first, has not selected the man...

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. — 4 May 1878

elt ~ceptC'. O'indiaitor. - - ht eopit's 'idi ator. fil- - Published Every S.\TI' II \AY MIIn ini - - -TIHE WTELFA.RE OF THE PEOPLE IS T[HE SUPREME LAW. ~f5~rpl~ou lf(. . . . . - --, 4 - Adverisin ". n ran llv I)ub ritiw p "h , 9 lurt- '~ 'ii 7iI i ' - " I' ii -( ' 0|-CoJ~' II Ihfl or l'll| s ~ ,, m l  t ik ..ut s I I I.." ' Offi ial f-W ite & :hRedfr- an:...fYl - 1l~-.- .-,- , n:. 1 . , ii l 11fi, - . _ .-- _-_---- - --- ..-- -- - - - -------- - - -- ....-----_ -_. --- -------.-- - .-- . _ -.-- .. .. .. - ýý,ai....: 10, 30;,, .. i :,, TIlE1 \WELi \RLE OF THE PEOPLE lS THE, SUPRE.AIE LAW..,h.,,, ,,, 5  1 ar '+.. .:,; :1, n" ' , t, ,, f ,, ,,a w ' '" ' -) I - - -)Y -~( -' ' l ' -. . . . . . . . ."_ _," (0I Mlarra..- ý iIpu, ,,Iý"ilSn i i 1 ' i i i " ii Il IV.' Inm NAT 'HIT O(HIE SU, LA., i I AY I, 1878. NOJ.3 :t'hI Nlr LA., M I li 4, i78.i q.et IU~ l I *. e" I' II IHIlIi! llll -IiM ~ ign gil lI as imHill mm im 'i11I I II Il g a i M W IA IlliM IMIli l agg giga BUSINESS DI...

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. — 4 May 1878

()FFICIA L Paper ofthe Parish and City ofNatchitorhei JA$. H. COSGROVE, - . - Editor. SATURDAY, - - - MAY 4, I . Our Party Polcly. A few years ago the test of l'e publicanism was loyalty (o Gen. Grant, but we tiust that the I)emno cratiC masses of this State will never descend so low that frilty to the Democratic party is to be t.sted by the endorsement or denunciation of any man or set of men. A man may approve the general course of the present State government, and be a Democrat, or lie may condemn it and still be a sound Democrat. No one doubts that Gov. Nicholls is a good and pure man, and the same may be said of each of the other oflicials of the administration, the members of the Supreme Court, and most of the Democratic members of the Legislh tate; but still many of our people have been dissatisfied with many of their acts. We concede that they have been surrounded by embarrass ing difficulties, which, to a great ex tent excuse their short-comin,,g. Tl'h eminently Conservativ...

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. — 4 May 1878

Coantry agper in Ihr lte!lr. -RateS o Subscription. One erll .......... . . .... t, ) - n 60' l f ,r h. as Months yltl'- " ~a~~;ip~. 'irli$f~Et !I!r ;I~L~iL ~~J:~ 23,2=.; rJ .,,,~·c,· ~: s· I.i·~u gpeeial Notice.- (a' Rr;tV. IAwj.. of Vern P ish. is the ulily authnri"zed ern or the 1 IN ItCArn)1 in 1 ilnonl par Ab enti n11 eonta. ,ts iilt( )V him|| will he fully ralttitld anll 'l e tri d ouit h1,.y il. E. F. resshy anl .I. II. ('..lwell, Pare olr ntp ' i fo.r a 1''|bill' . NDoIY E S LOCAL ,,AE.NINI;. Berries plentiful. : I ;1.1 of Fruit prospects spl'l idt . ,,nt 1,,il e(eptille.in ,im) lane. ',ie av irag l f ; i .. .,ril; 1. h i IIi 1i nl optic,)htl h, i .O -A 'lla.t } llthe , r "rr. lhl l : 1:', 11111", I er- llr \' l1111 g i r dg . ! u t i o, ' per. **ld ,ex'l 4-o7,t) ic('n k1 & l llr. for plh an' - I ;l,1' i iion supplies. T&(. he y 1 c lnll ft II I .,lll' ""ti 'i.- . ib t r'IV ~ iiny R. ' iii •'ii'' it I things" 1)l and I' The pri1e olf isr is op. NOw lok 'or civliC...

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. — 4 May 1878

OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. WASIINGTOs D. C., April 30, 1878. The defence that Senator Conkling makes when the recently published "interview" is brought to his notice, is not an original one. and not even in the line of originality. "I did not say it," says the Senator, "and when I said it the man took no notes, and1 the conversation was a private one." But the internal evidence of thlie re port itself is too convincing. lh)nial, even less equivocal than the Stenatirs, would not change the public hIlicf. The reporter may have addled a line or two here and there, but the sub stance is Conkling's. le called Mr. Hayes "that man hlMayes." lie claim ed the invention of the Electoral Commission. lie said that itat;ley Matthews was a pretty good man, but weak. lie said there was a bar gain between Gov. Nicholls and Hayes, and that Stanley Matthews and Sherman were privy to it. and that when the whole truth about Lou isiana affairs was known it would sink the administration "to the lonw est dept...

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. — 11 May 1878

AdvertIsAflg Itates. of Ii I ji 3 I~ ,$,ii ii th~ Iyae.. 70 0u 15i o0 lI;21 011 25 00 I 0''re,. Ia U 30 18 i.I25 )002 30 Edto &Popit' 33 gqiI5IC.. (it i on id 0u -?t, (0 ;so1 00 3~(I) 5 00 ýulihe Ever -A U D Y M ii 5 sng*a 240* :F THE WELFARE OF THlE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. Sbcito lto 9 squares. i 7 u :11 ~ I )o ., 70 0ui d5jiO aqua 711 ° -'1' 011'"' Official Organ of the Whtliieso e iver, SbnWiunnn Natchitoches Pa sher lo aknm 1 ?: 15 g x area.. s,( Oli 10 i ~___________ ---~- inh l ~bcit'Ispvl i ~\n $1nn drritwlhf.50, $11. aijuixtP 11f 0.V.ATHT H+'SLA., M Y 11, 1888 g lnest ire~etti r~ in 1 seaýr atio aEach snbixe; XOL - -- r Olmutsaetaacn n ts lo ui i I _ . rrn m nn m$IICJý A11nn~ IW~1 _i~WT ._ . _..._. L---&. --I t~ . - I BUSINESS DIRECTORY. R H\ -Ffnily Grocerice( Corner 2d and A ,St.le 11N 'Tt eet "7 1 AEI - Wuood tiati Blactkstmith Vork, . Church Street. Pi:RINI.-ThIe Nvw Stand-leer fGarden., . Fine Wine. Litiluor sandil:larsa. St .Dnit· I· -Re-----t- Iuat 801)ni S...

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. — 11 May 1878

OFFICIAL Paperofthe Pariah and CityofNatchlitoches JAMn. . COMIROVE, - Editor. SATURDAY, -- - MAY II, 1878. Shall we Move. The decision of the Supreme Conrt onftirming the Constitutionality of the bond act insures the early completion of the New Orleans Pacific Railroad. While this enterprise is of vast impor tance to our State, and the benelfits to accrue therefrom are immeasurable to the people and property generally, our city should at once carefully study her individual interest in the matter. The VINDICATOR has been a cham pion of this road from its earliest con ception, and we are gratified to know that all obstacles have been overcome by its management. Pluck and ener gy has told, and now our town'is call aed opon, to save itself; to practice a modiacum of those especially American virtues. The road will pass within 8} miles Soath and 14 miles West of us, tap plag, from the latter source, a large local trade. We can see but one rem edy to repair such a disaster: that is so re...

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. — 11 May 1878

i..r-- Iargest Ctrculations of Jny Country Paper in the Stale. Rates of Subscription. One Year..$........... ...- - $2 50 Bix Months................... 1 50 No subscription taken for less than 6 months. oo i0 SS Arrialand Departure of Mails. NEW ORLEANS. ARRIVE: DEPART: Tueeday 4 P. M. Monday 9 A. M. Friday 4 P. M. Thurlsday 9 A M. Saturday 8 p. M. Thursday 4 A. M. 8ouday 4 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. SIHREVEPORT. ARRIVE : DEPARTT: Every day except Every day except Monday, 9 A. .M. Saturday 9 A. t. TEXAS. ARRIVE : DEPA RT : TaesdaY 6 A. M. Thursday 6 A. M. Friday 6 A. M. Monday 6 A. M. WINNFIELD. ARRIVE: DEPART : Thouraday 6 P M. Wedue4iday 6 A. M. Friday 6 P. M. Saturdaly 6 A. M. MINDEN. ARRIVE: DEPART : Tueday 6 P. M. Wednesday 6 A. M. Friday 6 P. M. Satnrday 6 A. M. MRS. M. A. BURKE, P. M. Special Notice.-Cavil Brayv sq., of Vernon parish, is the duly authorized agent for the VINrnc.ATOR in Vernon Ipar ish, and all contracts made by him will be fully ratified and carried out by ne. E....

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. — 11 May 1878

OUR WASHINGTON LEITTER. WASHINGTON D. C., Mayl, 4 1878. If the Republican Senatorial ene mies of Hayes received a blow in the publication of that noted "interview"' itvh Conkli og, Hayes has correspon ding damage from thie confessions iejust made by those men who stole the State of Florida for him. The sub- I stance of thie statement of Mr. Lin, I member of thre Florida Board of Can vassers, or Retorniig Hont d, is that lie has boll-dozed by friellnds of Haves into committing acts, llmaterial to lire publican success, which hie knew to be wrong. The man belioeves hiunself to be dying, and his st:etieent may he taken as a death-ledl confession. The one now published was made soime week's ago, and is general, though conclusive as to thie stealing of thie State. The fuller and more tdetailed one will be publishedi soon. The statement of Capt. Dennis, who con trolled the county in which the great or frands in voting were com mitted, is Conclusivie also, aniidl, tikeni with McLin's confe...

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. — 18 May 1878

gI op 3O10ator. ler g .lra Vindltor. - -- - - " A real live Democratic p,:per. Tl'hi tool Adrertising Rates. of no chque or rin. Free usul outspoken S * S1 0 o J. H. COSCROVE uar.' 4 14 . Editor &: P1rotrietor. quar. noo o oun i o n : n , Published Every SATHRD.AY 2T03niug 9s 21)Oil 2 o 32 10 41 00 45 0 Se.. 27 0 36" 'i 5000 70 THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE iS THE SUPREME LAW. nl . 7 eg0ire#oo '... _. _, • - -- - One COlY six mionthl ... .. ....) -g q. a"re .) 0 5O100 57 ,o0 5 ).... Official Organ of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, Winn and atchitoches Parishes.nb 1 q .reS-"" 400. 60 0 ' 7i, 10 ; )0 10 25 fl o thSnbs5rilo i ol. tkll S' oh·( hil l Pn:Q! e i\ c9j;oteroteiri'ie eh LL~ 3.5 I.4r N(1 1 81t *~f - m io tli are tranIiVnt n-d li I- - 1_ ltijl Yn 1l 10 et r . 1J..VOL. IV. NATCHITOCHES, LA., M7Y 18, 1878. NO.35 .,o i, - "," n u n m i,,. in nu m u n i n i n i n ii Professional Cards. 4, J. CU4'7NIVx'G Ii41l.1, t - ATTORiNEF AT L.I W. St. Denis Street, Natchitoches, La. ...

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. — 18 May 1878

f topO' lindffcrm. OFFICIAL Paper ofthe Parish and CityofNatchitoches JAS. H. COSGROVE, • . - Editor. SATURDAY, - - - MAY 18, I~78. "Tray, Blanche and Sweetheart." can tall When man, individually becomes lizE subservient, his character is abhorred am by all that is virtuous, but when a for, Press, supposed to be-and very pro- r perly-the free exponent of popular doi sentiment, tamely submits to, acqui- c eses in, or defends that which it er knows to te wrong in principle, a pat most deplorable condition of affairs me can be said to exist. are The true power of the press lies in ica its independence, while perhaps its me pecuniary advantages are the other an way. Since the foundation of the ma VINDICATOR it has been the earnest km and outspoken advocate of Demo- be cratic principles'; principles which re- shc quire independence of thought and ac- vot tion to successfully champion. These 1 fundamental faiths reside not in men mo -they are eternal, and when we see Co, our efforts ansai...

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. — 18 May 1878

largest Circulatioan of Jany Coumtry Paper in the State. Rates of Subscription. On Year ........ ..... ....... Six Montihs... . . - .1 yNosubcription taken lfr les thuorn h months. *1.L~S *OSSOE . T ý V ý J 9 ASSO Arrival and Departure ofr ails. NEW ORLEANS. ARRIVE : DEPART : ToeedaY 4 r'. 3. Mild:ay 9 A. M. Friday 4 P. M. Thursday 9 A a. saonrday 8 P. M. T'rhurday 4 . M. snnday 4P. M. Sat nrday i9 A. M. SHREVEPORIT'. ARRIVE: DIEART : Every day except Every day except Mooday, 9 A. M. Saturday 9 A.. 1. TEXAS. ARRIVE : 1)PART Tuesday 6 A. T. Thiursday 6 .~. M. Friday 6 A. 31. Monday ; . 1. WINNFIELD. ARRIVE: DEPART : TbnrNlay 6 P M1. Weldnesday 6 A. 1. Friday 6 P. M. Saturday 6 A. 31. MINIDEN. ARRIVE : IEPART : Tuesday 6 P. M. WedeIsday 6 A. M. Friday 6 P. 3I. Saturday 6 A. NI. MRS. 31. A. BURKE, P. M. Special Notice.-Cavil Bray. Esq., of Vernon parish, is the duly authtorized agent for the VINrrIC.ToR in Vernon par iah, and all contracts ma:de by him will be fully ratified and carri...

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. — 18 May 1878

OUR WASHINGTON LET'ER. WASHINGTON D. C., May, 10, 1$'8. Whatever the general wish may have been among members of the Democratic party a month ago, there is now unquestionably a desire for an investigation into the affairs conected with the late Presidential election in Florida and Louisianta. Two things stand in the way. First, the convic tion of a large number of Democrats, in the South, that any interferenee with the existing state of things would be unfair after once having agreed to the settlement by an Elec toral Commission ; and, second, a dis like of Mr. Tilden, which it has been the constant effort of a few Democrats to increase. The first objection is not sound in morals or reason. By the terms of the Electoral Commission bill any settlement made by the Commisasion was to be subjected to inquiry in the Courts. If there is any bad faith at all it is denying, to the defeated can didate the specific means of relief which were in general terms prom ised. If upon due inquiry by ...

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. — 25 May 1878

Advertising Kates. anSd the Iriendl no tlo Pilr .oiilzl J .H, COSCROVE 9 eualSo 70ul uo 00 :5 00 ' ; un (n400 13 001j IM( !5 Oý {4 ce 2lure " 1400 124 1$) :1 00oil *u 1 ISu ;{i Edtr P Ou I squqares... - - -1 5 quaiSS.. 17th) U-2) 0 i no 3" '00 0 iin 1 (1 - - - - - - - - - --_ 'low 1c 0' 27 0 n 8; nn 511 400 14oa THE WTELFAIRE 01O THi E PEOPLE IS rJ,[fl: SUPREME LAW. 7 e r,., ..(uuee..5.(I31 Ir }Pe SOD31 oal __f__7__0_ jauarI (00 35i (N, 51) 1O110. 571 10) 11'il .... .' - jO sgarqea·· 4,5006 6)1 (1 0011n I115 m) Official Organ of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, inn and atchitoches Parihes, nnt Ie iilr Briv. er\.1tH11Q''Jrtfont LA., Such '5 TT NO 34 r'"h aAY 23L, 1878. 7a(nsto 5 cents pet M4111litt. i i Professional Cards. 4f. L CUb'*I. I1*.1 l, ATTORNE Al'T I,.I IV. St. Denis Street, Natchitoches, La. I practe in the Courts ot Natchitocl'es. WV ine. leSot an'd Red River and in the gSoptee Court of thel State. 'Ul. ET. tr~aolý. (5uecessor to JACK & I'IEsL OX) AttorneY 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. — 25 May 1878

OFFICIAL Paper ofthe Parish and City of Natchitochesa JWA. lH COSiBOVE, . . Editor. SATURDAY, - - - MAY 25, 1878. The Investigation. It is certainly a subject of congra talation, that the Democratic party has "summed up nerve" sufficient to enter into a vigorous investigation of the frands, which all know to have been perpetrated, whereby Hayes was enaugarated as President and the rightful choice of the people deprivedI of that office. The purpose of this investigation, as the mere fact that it had been or dered, meets, as it should, the ap plause of all honorable and right thinking men. That the frauds were committed, shameful outrageous frauds at that, no one, in this section at least, and conversant with the his tory of the times, will deny; and that Hayes was not either directly or in directly connected with, and had not a knowledge of them, is an assertion so bald that people here would re gard the man who attempted to sus tain the hypothesis as either idiotic or insane. There ...

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