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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The People's vindicator. — 29 June 1878

Aea7IES Coresh sioJS ol J1j C'putry Paper in the Stalte. Rates of Subscription. one Fear ...... ..... .... Sit Moths.................. No spbcriptil)1 taken f1or 1es than h sonthe. :11 I J A:EWS Arrival and 1epartiire of Mais. ,NEWV 1ºILEANS. ARHIVE : I)EAiIT ¶jerglay 4 P. M. Monday `. A. M. 4rid'Y 4 M. 9 A m. t anrday 8 P. r". ,` Tlhuid:dy 4 A. m. Sunday 4 p. M. SHREVEI'()WU. ARRIVE : lEPART: E "ry day exPPt EvIrry r EXC ""t Mounday, 9 A. M. Sartd:1dy 9 A. MI. TEXAS. AR:RIVE : DP R T 'fpsiRY 6 4A-M. Thear:y t; ý. at. p A.idHcG M. Monuirbt 6 A. M. WlNNFIELD. ARRIVE : !)EPAR'T ThnrPd8y 6 P JI. Wtqelneidav 6 A. 1. Friday 6 P. H. SlItnriay 6 A. M. MINDEN. ARRIVE: IWPART : T'w day 6 p. Mu. Xealdurwduy Ii 6A. M. Fridihy 6 P. M. Saturday 6 A. N. Miss. M. A. HI RKE, P. M. Speeial Sotice.-Cavil Brayv. EN q.. of lrOon parihr, is the duly authorizedl aerjt for the V:Noxc.ArO1n in Vernon par j,!, nad all eontraets mathl by hlim will lie fully ratitied and carried out by us. E. P. Pressley 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. — 29 June 1878

OUR WAHINGTON LETTER. WASHIINGTON D). C., Jlue 22, 1878. Mr. Potter's Corin iittee mwill aCeecin plih i much in showiug how deltsperite wele the expedienitrsof tep lulic ii leadlers ill seening a false connt of the voties in 1876. It will do its great a setf ice iU shoriog low ;,l1low art the pjiofesioitls of ct vil evit' t. refor,. on the part of those li'whII share-td Ilie p)linider. It will slhow, iln ailitionr I. all I hat reftrmeg r received at di. i tributed the stolen goods, kinowing them to have been stolen. We knew, for instance, that Mr. Hayes had gireti office to nearly all the pronineont. men who went South in hi+ ca-'se, and hl;il rewarded by peace the more itflitiinen tial Southern men who, after Ti Ien'ý election, were conspieiouts ill thtirt efforts to counit haves in Hlt we did not realize therextett of thle Iar- gaining that hot awl his intitinate friends among the retorm ers h:a1 withI the scnrvy rIogile who did the dirty work in Florida anti LouisitIn. n "16 form...

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. — 6 July 1878

_3 2 t/ pI e 'S ~indicntor. Adrertlsiug hate. A tl e Iiioeiatw t I. 'I ii'I I w 3/. H. COSCRO YE Isquall , ,;ý Ill nub -Editor1 Pnd t.,i ttl parse In U i I.{ dJ I A · rl:ll' I·. ' 111 11 ,(, ware 541 ½, Sn I k e ______ -- a_-h ii~ Sth i Il3t n fiý "0' IIIh ;{5r 3A II i~I IAX III 0 ~~I i1331.· I 4 (I H Ti...l'no' THE WVE'LBA1l lEý OFe TEI PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. ___ 7 sqir 1' n hN o' Ii nu h.. One C- y, one year_ .......... .. ;Il till ) i, --- - - - - -_------O ne cyixin t I ;............ I4 Uaare4... 4 offi 6 Icial Organ of the White Citizens of Red aiver, Sabine, Winn and Natchitoches parishes. g9 qiiar .eo - -o - R all f lh t iir t( II.. fil nn$Ir n l nar a, , ý;U io uu 71 N .43 ollB ;gqiiaT!'s... fil , - - -ll - - -- - ler prr Breyier, tlrrR inerrticin Ech R . ReVOL N.ATCHITOrOHEýS, LA\., JULY , 878 4a l _____l____ ________ c_____ p.r sqRnr' R ,g t 1e _ _ ___ _.. I TLI rIT\''RV PRRýý_ flun rhin Iet l Io· Yc ahe' iFrjtissioi1al Cards. A TTOlEY T Al L.I 1. St. Denis Street, Nat...

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. — 6 July 1878

OFFICIAL Paper ofthe Parish and CityofNatchitoehes JAS. H. COSGROVE, . -Editor. SATURDAY, - - - JULY 6, 1878. A Picture. As a matter of serious contempla tion we desire to call attention to a few of the points in the constitution of 1868 which are disloyal to repub lican government. Article 1, Bill of Rights, is a plagiarism of the Declara tion of Independence, and declares that "governments among men derive their just powers from the consent of the governed;" Article 2, enunciates the baldest paradox thereon, when it declares that we as citizens owe par amount allegiance to .the United States. Allegiance implies loyalty to government when used in the sense indicated, and the government spoken of by the framers of the constitution under consideration implied a power directly foreign to the people, who, according to the expression in the first instanced article, are the deriv itive power from which governments are drawn. In other words, the con stitution of 1868 contends that the Cre...

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. — 6 July 1878

Largest CirculalSoto of .Asy Country Paper in the State. Rates of Subscription. One Year......................... Six Months ........... .......... No subscription taken for hlss thanL months. Arrlival and Departure of Mails. NEW ORLEANS. ARRIVE : DIEPART : Tuiesday 4 P'. t. Monday 9 t. tM. Friday 4 P. M. 'hursn ay ).1 I. Saturday 8 P. 'I. Thursday 4 .ý. M. Sunday 4 P. M. Saturday 9 .. M. SH REVEPOR'T. ARRIVE : IWPART: Every day excelpt Every day except Mor.day, 9. a..v. Saturday 9 A. M. TEXAS. ARRIVE : IEPARIT : Trexlay 6 A. M. IThrslIay 6; A. I Friday 6 A. M MNday 6 A. .I. WINNFIELI). ARRIVE : I)EIP'ART : TLursday 6 P M. Wedneiidayv A. v Friday 6 P. . Saturday 61 A. M. MINDEN. ARRIVE : DEI'ART : Tu!sday 6 P. Al. Wednesday 6 A. M. .F.dliy 6 P. ,t. Saturday 6 .. M. Mns. M. A. BURKE, P. M. Npecial soltee.-Cavil Bray. E ., of Vernon parish, is the duly authorized agent for the VINrsDI'Tol in Vernon par ish, anid all contra(cts mafle 1y him will he fully ratitfid and :irried out by us...

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. — 6 July 1878

OUR WAHINTONE . is said t his lIaly I WASHINGTON D. C., June 29, 187. o Newspapers throughout the country eventuall speak of the last hours of the last ses- the accid sion of Congress as disorderly, and ftlcted I apply even stronger teroms. The ses- tfish occu sion was not more disorderly than is usual. Tbat very fair paper, the 1al- .At are timro Sun, sass, on this point, that Monos sCt "there was less intoxicaton exhibited (ost nap than has heretofore been the case in (moitauzl the closing hours of a session." And " cI'UI this is undaubtedly time. There was et confusion, and several Represents- beads ct tives-all Republicans-were hister- designed one in their disorder, but on the liet tiil whole the House did well, and the cliceail Senate-too. ors ,f 1 The necessity of earlier action on i appropriation bills was clearly shown, in as numerous jobs crept at the heel of literall the session which would have beeTd and hea summarily killed if they had appear- anst a ed earlier. They we...

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. — 13 July 1878

- - -_________________ _____________ - - ~ht ~toP1e's 4ini1v nA. t> real lt ou Democrat u p;'I.. M'Hi' t fll S- and the friend oft I 1 or Advertbilag Kates.n gtUAox & l o o c ; = a n Mo ea 5)$ ufi't:. 00 $'l) 10 g qfae. . 70)1 0III III I,00 M 11 2ýIN 7 0 0 I- ))-1 O 2 2 P u b li sh e d E v er y S A 'L I l u Y \ M ot t it g Ilo rsao a to onst:.oo tl 3Hg 6f~ Ip: ubscripeion RIM( 0. ssqo Ares. · 1401) I A r 01)'',.0 au) :1 On- - O17 Jro O 21) ,10 2 0 I- 10111 III 01 , * aOI) 7I1 THE WELFARE OF TIHE PEOPLE IS ' TUE SUPREME LAW. I ubsrito 5 square8.- 2)111 24 o :1 0EI II,111) º:.. I !;{UC 3i 110 :11i 1111 :I I II) til W porea.. I d -.. . - {n0bs0ript1Oill tk IIr i)' ..i si'0si.. .o or Ri aie ia n acioce aihs sbdnbseilecn fo l·r rira tlill ac SwsquT. 70) 5)) 01) 171.) 1°.'Official Organ of the White Citizens of Red Rver,Sabine, W.n and Natchitoches Parishes. oe n r . . go aq lau t' c 0 10 11) 11 ))i I.'. 05 y0) u1 2) 5 0 )111 . u1) $0 sqaare5* 9DFaAol._ - hues ..- YTre.f NL.pFHIC {...

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. — 13 July 1878

OFFICIAL Paper of the Parish and City of Natchitoches JA`. H. COSGROVE, - " - Editor. SATURDAY, - - - JULY 13, 1týT. FOR THE STATE SENATE. The friends of WILLIAM L. JACK, ESQ., will support him belore the Paribu and District Convention for the State Senate. Constitution of 1 S N. This instrument, which we have hitherto designated as a blot on our civilization and an insult to our man hood, is claimed by sonme to possess great attractions-if garnished with a few amendments. Indeed, we are told that the Constitution of 1868, when "remedied" by the amendments, will be far superior to the Constitutions of Pennsylvania, Arkansas and Georgia, which heretofore have been cited as models of organic instruments. These arguments-at least tlhey are in line with the deluge of words which we have been afiicted with for months and we call them arguments through courtesy-are the latest ef forts of the votaries of conservatism. Let us see what virtue there is in this talk. The Constitution of Penns...

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. — 13 July 1878

ýrstaBt Circutati of d Comritry paper in : he Stale. Raststof Subscriptioll QflG Yur·····aT '''~ 1 :~e 81 Months . No subgcr1PtiouII ikil for let thali I; ,AT :11S SHE SNotice.-Cavil Br:y. Eq.. of ttn . parislh. is the duly authorized ,gent for the VIDIATol in Vernon par ibh, nd all contracts made by him will be fully ratitfied and crried out by us. E.F. Presler and J. 11. Caldwell, are our agents for Sabine. SPECIAL NOTI('E. Yo Judicial ad rertisenment will be ilsaerted in this paper hereafter, un less the Attorney becomnes security for the ad'ertisrin bill, twh ich mlust be paid on FIRST INSERTION, or they will be discontinued. PAiSH-1 AN D CITY NEWS. LOCAL GLEANINfS. ble, ---rellel Hog law repealed. most Cane River on the fall. Where ARE those candidate'i. Police Jury cannl, saw alnd wlent. One whole day, yes two, without rain. Mass meeting of this Waril next next Wednesday. See notice and smallill s. medi The weather is hot. (We have seen of that remark in print before.) Bull ...

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. — 13 July 1878

OUR WAHINGTON LEfTTER. WASHINGTos D. C., July 6, 1878. Mr. Hayes with the concurrence of his Cabinet, yesterday decided not to use all the money appryp4. Congress for certain purpoead4r8 them being river and harbor improve- sa ments and the erection of public buildings. In this he follows an ex ample set by President Grant. Des pite the outrageous sums voted for river and harbor improvetents, fa much of which will be wasted, it is a serious question whether Mr. Irayes will do it is an interference with the tl will of the people expressed in the to usual manner, and which it is his sworn Constitutional duty to obey ai and if he expends all that is appro- m priated to one section oi' pic0 , and neglects to do so in another,- he will be sure to provoke just opposition. ts Between a desire-let us hope an honest desire-to save several mil lions of dollars from waste, and the cl danger always incured in refusing to ii execute the law, Mr. Hayes' position is a disagreeable one. However, ...

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. — 20 July 1878

el IIIII IMIl 1 I II I I g 1i1t i g Illl 1l1 n I In I I II I I I In n IilI I I Ig INI Ill ill I II ,Ii d , ,, ,, . -- - *" -'-'-- ~A real live Democrate ,icapr. Tlh to l, Advertising Rates. of no clique or ring. Free aii outipokcn = q W . attd the friend ot 1i r.m.. 1 7 )1 uste 70 o in IS W o n Uo 2 ou 140tu "" 14( Ol Io o0 25 00o Published Eve'ry 8AT'I'Il)A Y Morlniug 4 squarei - 1 4 311 1 0 00 3 I 5 1 011 , on .... o, 24ARo O TaHE 40OP451 ,, THE WELREUPEE LAW. HEa eo r ...IS S R , - .. n o on n n Oe c i months................ ii 4500 60 00 11 00 15 Official Organ of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, Win and Natchitoches Parishes. o a riptio takn fr to e s..q . 6" 6: 1 ) 0 0 No O 9 00 125 o01 15u1 nolA Ta A lElE tisa cio. . year. --- -,. te-a... - • .....- - -. All advertisement for less ti,,, tjl,: , Sic -.. sipe, .., 0L. I20ONATCHIT.O44TES, LA., JULY 2), 1878. NO..44 IuV"."""n" " L , ..JL 2, i, 8 rL( Iphertlhn t euts per aqnare. I * I I Professional Cards. tJ . C U.11' I...

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. — 20 July 1878

OFFICIAL Paper of the Parish and City oflatchitochcs JAN. H. COSGROVE, * Editor. SATURDAY, - -- JULY 20, 1878. FOR THE STATE SENATE. The friends of WILLIAM II. JACK, ESQ., will support him belore the Parish and District Convention for the Stato Senate. Delegated Powers. In our last weeks' article, in anll swer to the claim that the amend ments, if adopted, would make the Constitution of 1868 better than the model organic laws Of Pennsylvania, Georgia, or Arkansas, we showed conclusively that upon the question of monopolies, the Constitutions of those States were far superior to what the amendments could make ours. We now come to t'le considera tion of as vital a point as that of "ex clusive privileges." Democracy, as a system of govern ment, and we use the word Democra cy as a synonymous term, is based upon the theory that all power natu rally resides in man; but in order to adopt that theory to practice, and in I order to secure the well-being of the whole, each individual most Sur...

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. — 20 July 1878

Msrir (t Crctulat85fG of .DIny Centry Paper in lthe State. gates of Subscription. one Y"a .... ..... ..... ......... . No eubsrilptiou taken lfo lLs that' SiI I' 9 71,~ odýAEUI 1fee,-Cavil ray, Esq., of CrWgon parish, i the duly authorized 8t for the VINJIC tTOI in Vernon par rh, and all contracts made by him will I,'fully ratified and carried out by us. E.F. Pressley and.1. H. Caldwell, are or agents for Sahine. - SPECIAL NOTICE. yo Judicial adirertisement wcill be iuerted in this paper hereafter, ftn /Ep the Attorney becomes secnrity for te advertising bill. which must be p' on FIRST INSERTION, or they will be discontinued. ARHISH AND CITY NEWS . LOCAL GLEANINGS-. sev0nell Our mails are getting fearfully mixed. A cat The weather still continues warm. store of To-day is a very good time to sn1l- in false week, w cribe for the VINDICATOR. trcted Our Methodist Church will soon he in it out. course of erection, taind I Going to Paris ' "Non. non, Monsieur, The poo Je n'ai pas le spend...

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 July 1878

PRESS GLEAMNGS. How the Country Paolp ta-!k - a Constitutional Convention, [Opelousas Coytier, offer a reward of tine yei11s sub tion to our paper for the discove i,, a man opposed to a constitu tional convention, that is not direct ly or indirectly interested in some office, or that has not a lively expec tation of some personal advantage thereby. . The men of the country that are not drawing salaries or controlling government patronage demand a con stitutional convention. [Union Record.] There are twenty-six papers in the State, says the New Oi leans Democrat, that are in favor of a constitutional convention, and in the list givep'by that paper, it will be seen that the very best and oldest Democratic pa pers are engaged on that side of the question. Avoyelles Par;Lg.' s.* 4 Resolved, That we regard the as sembling of a Constitutional Conven tion at the earliest op p ijlg o ment as a measure of paras i pli lie necessity, and one to which the Democrati, party of this State stands ...

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 July 1878

- [ E I UI rI \ IA e ao jiive. Du cb "cr itit le t ' " . .t I f ' o f n o cl h q 0e o r r i n g . TP' 0ar . d ;h ' : ' ' 2I. IE U Ij__t 11 and the friend ohtt 1l.:tll.v. S? Ad iertisingi ates, - 4 6 501 $--15 $2- J.H. COSCROV sq u a re , . .7 0 0 I E d ito r & 1 50o12 i,, ,,o, Ssltre" 1400 I0) 22 00- -n0 35 1 - i iqlll ""/ 17 oUI 20i/I3).! oil 3, 51 OI i) "-, -- :- - .... ... . On_ _opy 8x nilli,............. 4gqar~aT~ 17401 2 1 U 27 UI 35 4)- -I - - - - nii r S~ t'l I .\14 I10 -- - --n Iqure"'" 2ill 4 1 500I,) 700 THE WELFARE OF TIE PEOPLE IS TLE SUPREME I Ar ..I T' 11114r2s' o'1311 "7 00 36 011 51 00 740 _ _0 2611116,;i O) 80 00 - ---_-_y r 00 1 011'25 01 Official Organ of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, Winn and Natchitoches larishes. dipin tik,, 6qu5s h . 00 73 ) 00 51 1 0 fi115 00 - - - -l ll-il' 'iliIIi II'' -,I- -,l--l . . 1 -- 00 nn 1, nn-1_11 - .-- ..l _-_ _- "- - )I Itl frtion Each ubse VOL NATCHITO JULY 27, 1878 I i- - - -Vl li'm )... . . _iiok--a it- --ler-...

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 July 1878

OFFICIAL Paper ofthe Parish and CityofNatchitoches JAS. H. COSGROYE, - . - Editor. SATURDAY, - - - JULY 27, 1678. ANNOUN CEM ENT S. FOR CONGRESS, 4TH DISTRICT. HON. J. B. ELAM, Of DeSoto. FOR STATE TREASURER. J. C. MONCURE, Of Caddo. FOR THE STATE SENATE. Natchitoches Parish presents M. J. CUNNINGH 4M ESQ., subject to the action of the Pleasant Hill Convention. For Sheriff. We are anthorized to announce L. A. DEBLIEUX as a candidate For Sheriff. snljoet to nomination by the Democratic Convention of this parish. Vested Rights. A writer in the Delta over the nom de plume "Legislator" defends, or at tempts to defend, the amendments, and favors their adoption, as well as the defeat of an early call of a Con stitutional Convention, for snndry reasons which have been answered fully by the constitutional convention press. One point, however, we deem worthy of passing notice. This cor respondent is evidently a lawyer, at least we judge so fromn the peculiar ignorance he displays in confound...

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 July 1878

iargsEt CircUalktiO" of dka C.ntrY Paper in tle Stale. Rates of Subscription. One Year .................... . 0 bit Month . ....... . . ..... 1 5 ,o subscription taken for less than 6 oonths. .".s 'SHEHAS wa Special Notice.-Cli Bray, q:Nc., of Vernon parish. is th. duly authorized agent for the V'[tNDCTOu: in Vteriton par ijo, andi all contracts mtiadel by him will be fnlly ratified and canried out by us. E.F. PreNsley and .J. H. Caldwell, are our Agents for Sabine. SPECIAL NOTICE. No Judicial adrertisement trill be irted in this paper hereafter, Utn ae t$he Attorney becomex. security for the advertising bill, which must k aid on FIRST INSERTION, or "thy icitl be discontinued. PAI TSiH AND CI'TY NEWS. LOCAL (LEANIUNGS. Fruit abundant. River still falling. Sunday brought a rain West of this. Ifail failed from below on Tuesday last. Corn won't sell this fall. Feed it to the bogs. Sabine calls for a ('onstitutional Con vention. Antilley remember a us uwith another "big watermellon." 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. — 27 July 1878

OUR WAHINGTON LET=.R. WASHINGTON D. C., July 20 1878. Yesterday the examination of Sen ator Kellogg was began by the Potter t, Committee. His replies were ex- n treamely cautious and, judging from a them and his manner, he has a fund h of information back which will prove 14 of value if it can be reached. Gen- 14 eral Butler's questions so far, have been asked so as to make promiebt the fact that Packard, the Republi- a can candidate for Governor, received e more votes than the Hayes's electors s did. He also produces a pamphlet ii prepared by "stalwart" Republicans t of Louisiana, which attempt to smug. gle in two Hayes electors who, after the protests were exhausted, were found to be defeated. By the very t skillful plan arranged by the Return- I ing Board and the "visiting states, i men," it was not necessary that any Republican candidate should have re- - ceived any particular number of votes, ' Ten were as good as ten thousand, for there was absolutely no limit to the capacity ...

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. — 3 August 1878

dot !copies Vindicator. j4I Advertisflug if8e9 .j tpi~~~~t Waal~~ 7.& 011 10e 10uora 1510201 5 n Ba3s $o ee0 ...u 1r 00ug In0[61 00u3 l a4 r 1711 Y0lil U .. 41; Uu 4 u . - 1-I L L ~ 1 ~ -1 1 C LI -i i r - UI s q I . . ý i1 1O1 1 1 1 1 5 ýI 1 1' f1 5 1 1 d t r & P o r eqUArae* s)011 J14 ;,.1 5II 111 45 TH EDAIAOLI ' POL ST E URM A . ý` VihIýht' ;~r SA'I Ii Il 1ý \(~t 71 I 0egquIY s.aaee1.- ml 0uA 300 4+)1 1 00; KS1 4u III TH E W ELFA R Ov -{JF - - iS------ -- ---~be~pii a 4p squares.. 3(00)1 35 0I) 501 00il 571Ill11105 00- - - - -- - . i5 gq(1*,. 45111 sa'l 00 l 7. 01°11.l fiia ra of the White Citizens of Red River, Sabine, Winn and Natch-toche Parishes.lo~lii- -- 1 10 sqare. 451111 N01 11(1 ml 00- 1111 nnI I~ 01 - - -- - VOL.eldet~emi, 1',1,1 Nlll~ , ATCHITOCHEJS, LA., AUCUST 3,1878. )~:~l 1o noes Brenefr, tiret. hgserio'rll Eac'h aph~~e- rý( T -,- ý jsfoltinserti1fl 75 C'ht e per sq nllre. V -- - Profess1ional Cards. I'l , L C rIf 'I ddl:' i R I, .TTal.NEI IT L.1I1. St. Den...

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. — 3 August 1878

tappc'0 t lilitlh12,. O F F I Cr AL Paper ofthe Pariah and CityofNatchiloches JAN. H. COSGROVE, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, -- - AUG. 3, r7it. AN NO U N C E M E N T S. FOR CONGRESS, 4TH DISTRICT. HON. J. B. ELAM, Of DeSoto. FOR STATE TREASURER. J. C. MONC UR E, Of Caddo. FOR THE STATE SENATE. Natchitoches Parish presents M. J. CUNNINGIT M ESQ., subject to the action of the Pleasant IHill Convention. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announrce L. A. DEBLIEUX as a candidate For Sherif, subject to nomination by the Democratic Convention of this parish. Necessity of Unity. This year, of all others, it is essen tial that our people and party should be united. We have yet the fruits ot the victory of 1876 to gather, that if nothing more should hold us uni ted. The VINDICATOR has been persistant in its etforts, and we have been successful therein, to instil into the leadership of our party the fact they most suggest something other than the old story of "beating the enemy," to solidify our peo...

Publication Title: People's Vindicator, The
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