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Jas. H. CO$WROTE, Editor.
STUXRDAY - - October 21,, t 76.]
lý Dnocrnlic Ticks 1.
9M9.1II . SIDN,
oF fE! YORK.
rn OR ONOWG.,
FRA!WUS T. 14IH(IOLy,
OF AS~lUF TION.
1102 UIIPUAN GOVIJI(OI,
LOUIS A. WILTZ,
FOR ATTORxI Y f~tlE31B!,
A. N. OGDE~N,
10 1I(SUITA3tR OrF W!.~TR,
Win. A. STRONG,
or tIBR 1LLE.
03 AF1` 'lCrCIIST Or rOfnlC El).
ronrth Congressional District,
J. N. FV.LA ,
1011 STATE P~1(ATOA
J. W. SANDIFORD.
M03 I1SR1? JnOCe.
COL, D VI, P/iERSON!,
Or Natehbkoehes e.
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11. II. UATUORR
J. ALPUOISE PRUDUO)IMfl.
Fot V ricb Jwxdgs.
RI. E. HMAMurr.
JAMES Be IcEEGAX.
DBIL U. UA)IJA1t.
For Nike Jnrorq.
v, . jmt~Iiqrfo.
OUD. W. I~clUAE3BY.
Touam -a Ibd ro s Club
dlsigbt~k (at .teek . 3
LIyV mobe mOSt hb pisnant.
W. t. JACK,
a. P. Jongoxmp Presidcut.
The Douner presestatlm by the l* r
iss m aterday ight last to the ,
TieS Reform Club, was a asaisl* ,
'he Rail of the Clurob was erowded S
fhom ber to eling with the beauty g
tad uma *ed of the Ward. Mils
* isell, e the part the ladies, ip ,
pared apes, the platform supported
as either side by miss Board and
Him Jaek, ail arrayed la pare white
with e uad blue aUshes. Miss Ron.
ll's presentation speeeb was beau
tid sad temeblag, and elitcited hear
ty sead. of applause upon its close.
ea. W. H. Jaek received from the
tamis o the fair donors the magqi
best basne, with one of his usual
ad appreopriate addressee, al of
poetry ad Ire. The ladles were one
aid all thanked by the Clab, anad
wete all elected hoeorary meambers by
aschmatlein. The Banner is a beau
tUIbl ail white merio lined with
bla. On thtewhite dold is work
ed a geld the Scales of Jostlee
with the Sword-asboe and below
wieb is "TI'llde Reform Club,
Ith Ward," beautifully wm1gh4t in
gAies lTeses. On Uthe blue reverse,
is the portrait of SAN'. J. TILDEN,
of tnew York, painted by Mar esteeem
ed Mead, Jimmy Noise-and of
tomtle, mot masterly ezeteed, se r
jemadee by stars of gold. The sem
aer is bordered with hearvy gOd
*triagut d dressed with cords sad
tassels, of white ad blue.
ir. L. A. IDabbles was ledted
the sa rtd tearer of the Club.k
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Subscribc t6 the Vinldicator,
SiCr r u uu iga sut truts!
Louisiana Republicanin m.
Col. David Pierson in his sppeeh
on Saturday night said some true
things with regard to this mercenary
body that had t:ickedl themselves upon
the body of the Republican party. No
t tne namen i conld te given them than
that by which he most eloquently T
tdesignated the horde-"mercenaries.
'rThe New York Trthnne, a leading
.a13yes paper, says of them:
"The objects which these fellows
in Louisiana have in viewr are widely
separated from what we conceive to I
be the purposes of the honest body of
Republicans in the nation. They
thenmselves are, indeed, if we may
judge front their previous record, in
direct and positire antnagonism t tohe
party which they prelend to represent OL
They mean all manner of mischief
and combing only for gain and plan
Now this is what the 'Tfibune Says Or
of these "fellows," mark the name, zen
· and no one will say that that language crit
is not strong. It is not as strong, her
however, as this: "No one that mn
knows anything of the political his. F
P tory of Louisiana since its reconstrue- wili
tion can have any doubt as to what the
course should be taken with the whole IIU
tribe of conspirators who call them
wlves the Republican party of that wat
State. They wold not he toleraccd real
for an instat in any Northers State. ant
They are hbtad through andt throughi; Gti
had in spirit; hbad in purpose ; had in atrt
character and in record : and an us- 1
mittignted set of political scawp andt antl
alretn hrers.n cen
So we see that names for these fIel. 1
lows are freely bandied by even the ant
New York Tribine. What more do --1
we want to convinc us of the truth of 1
these bold accusations, than a simple coti
look at home f Who are the mena
that constitute the parishl ticket of
the party of "unmitigated scamps in
'* and political adventurers" of this par- tde
We have it before us, and if the
Tribune dlid but know themn as we do,
itc language would le even stronger an
than that which we have quotcd. CAN]
Geo. L, Smith, for instance, who,
with tihe assistance of his friends,
robbed the Freedman's Bank of til
Shreveport of thousands of dollars.
Raftord Blot, lhe took a thousand wa
dollar bribe for passing what is known chi
as the St. Louis Hotel State House 1int
bill besides assisting Myers to rob we
the school treasury of this parish of rat
J. Ernest Breda who stole three lin
hundred dollars from a poor darkey vo
and was indicted for it and stands the
indicted to-day. bre
?t RaIby who voted for every steal
that Warmoth or Kellogg legislatures
have enacted. pa
Lewis, whose "private character" Ti
consists io deserting his legal wife
sad living in open cocuobinage with 4
a strampet. F.
These are the "kllowt s; the un- lo
mitigated scamaps and political ad- dit
venturers" of which the Tribssad comt* tol
plaias at a distance and against th
whom we labor at home- The Tri
tim.. say "ItA.Y weul& not be tolerated sa
for instant is asp Northera 81tate." ra
Nor will they be tolerated for an Io- th
stant in Louislana In future.
As Blackburn, the Repablican Sean or
atar of the Romer.: Ilid says: The it
white iatellIgence and virtue ia Lou* m
isiana have submitted to the Insolence w
of negro depravity and white ranscal N
Ity for the last time, or words to that .o
l effeet; and nothlg ia truer. Where
were their speakers on the 10th in- w
. slant; did any of theme say what fa
these "scampsr had done for Louis- ol
Isa a o; aotooneword daredthye di
utter. Does lBreb and Blunt and U
Baby sad Lewis and Bohth tell the U
colored people what they have done 5'
for the good of Natchltoehes ? They P
**. cannot doit ; they dare not do it. lint
lra their preaehing is about the war anti C
the slavery and such trash that snake ti
dl* sensible men sick. 1
Louisiana Republlcanlsm forsooth. ti
led Show us a loouisana Republican in I
att full accord with Packard and we will
flee show you a full pledged thief or a <
*P man whose character is so infamous
ted that it stinks in the nostrils of do- I
hita These sw the scoundrels that are
hi arrayed against us in LouIsiana fand I
'an these are those we will defeat, come
ear- what may. I
me. Foar'more years of such rulera- <
the a! /efotur* days-would plunge this a
pirish in a revolution that would
ustartle the country.
mal The tra to pcaceis to beal them at
I of the polls. We tllet do it.
s ad We may reasonably expect the Nat
aby chitOches "slop orgen" of to-day to
a. * appear with the following denial:
iith "The Yitdicator charge of Jodge (1)
ark- Campbell oct pyalog the tailor fur
iteee mending his dirty britchees Is false."
doow We sat in reply that Bonllt and
tub, Myers both called on the tailor erfler
I to seeing the article In the )inrdcatbor
rae, and paid the bill-twe bits.
EN, Think of it ye suwashod Democrats
em- -a canvasser of the great radical
I of thieving party of Louisiana (New
ear a- York Tribune) "skipping out" from a
Isa' town Ia debt to a poor taelor to the
old tone of two bits, and his radical
a ad friends, Myers and oalnt, hurrying
aroand to pay it when they saw it
dstd published ia the rladlauter.
Let Myers pay up that *17,0 0Ito
stole from the schoal fund at obee and
we will pablish that Tact without
rslagec or colasent.
C 510 I11 I101 if tin
II11IE ARE YOUR 01l
;THE GRANDEST OF to
STE GRAND. '
3 N 200 (e
SOn the Ground.
SOLD NATCIIITOC!IES EXCELS
HER PALMY DAYS.
Tuesday last was inliecd a gala day "l
,a for the Democratic.Conservaltive cite- de
P, ze1n. Liiimginago is too poor to die M
Sct eribe the enthusiasm, and the numn- pU
Z, bers in attendance surprisedl even the of
it most sanguine of our party.
. Fully FOUR TIIOUSAND people, co
. white and black were on ihand, and tn
it there were reported THIRTY TWO dt
le HUNDRED in line. n
1. THE PROCESSION ap
It was formed al Texas Street, head th
dI resting on Fifth strect; at 10 A. SI.
e. under charge of Dr. G. E. Gillespie, OIi
; Grand Marshal, paraded the principal th
n streets of the city. CO
I- The crowd was simply Immense, he
ad and the display of batnners mnag.i- ki
I. The line was filled with streamers pm
1e and iags bearing aplpropriate mottoes
lo --both local and National. bi
of The number in procession was is1
lc counted and numbered he
n THIRTY-TWO IIUNDRED. of
of Being full Clubs from every ward of
a in the parish, numbering fifteen, un- he
r. der command of their respective Presi- el
dents, besides fully
I tIN) COLORED MEN. It
o, The most notable wards were TWO R
or and FOUR, nunlcmbering in line over 01
CA) COLORED AND WHITE VO- It
l, Althongn every ward made beauti- di
of hul displays.
. TIHE MARCH P
id was through streets crowded with tl
rn cheering citizens, and all the buidl- ft
to lgns and resitience along the line a
nb were beauntifully and tastefully deco- d
'e lined the balconies, and with cheering
ey voices and waving, 'kerchiefs bid el
ds their sons, husbands, fathers and P
ON TO VICTOR Y!
After the parade the crowds re- in
paired to the grove to the left of we
Texas street, to listen to thl
THE SPEAKING. ag
Our candidate for Governor, Gen. 12,
F. T. Nicholls, led off, and was fol- he
towed by the Hon. L. A. Wilts, can- rl
didate for Lt. Governor, Judge Spof- on
tord, Col. Smith and Col. Ogden, in ra
the order named.
The addresses were soul stirring di
and to the point; listened to with er
rapt attention and applauded to ra
We have not space to give even an
outline of the argument, but suffice "t
it to say, that hundreds of colored a
men who had been doubted before, thl
Swent away full convinced that with
Nicholls and Wilts rested the hopes na
I of Louisiana. tii
THE BARBECUE to
wars a grand affair. Nineteen beeves' It
t forty sheep nad hogs, with thousands w
of pounds of bread had been splen- tl
r didly cooked, and hospitably and al
Smaguiflcently served by the Comn- to
e mittee, and every onee both black Ii
e and white, went hom filled to re- b
y pletion with the goods of life. w
t Dinner waseaten amid tihe fring of si
I cannoon and tihe cheers of the multi- n
StMlde, and as many gazed at the four.- g
teen hundred feet of table, built in n
,. the form of a square and packed with I
n PEOPLE FROM END TO END,
If TII1TEE DEEP,
,s "My God, where did all these peo- b
I pie come from !"
e after the Barbecue the Tilden and
H liendrtcks Club gave a
to GRAND TORCIH-LIOllT i
procession, with torches, transparen
- lens, lanterns baloons and banners,
is and it was a
d GRAND AFFAIR INDEED.
at The buildings throughout the city
at night were illuminated, and the
streets blared with boufires and rock.
to TIlE COURT HOUSE
at an early hour in the evening was
I) crammed with ladies and voters, to
or listen to tihe matchless eloquence of
rd HIERO GOVERNOR,
er JOHN MCENERY, and well were
Or they requited, for he held them spell
bound for over an hour while reel
ut* ting the tale of oar tribulations, and
3at calling upon as to renewed efforts for
w LIBERTY AND PEACE.
a Col. Elam followed with a brilliant
he effort, and Major Frank McGloin cloy
tal ed the speaking with a fine oration.
rg AFTER TIIE SPEECHES
it there was a display of magnificent
fire-works in front of the Cathedral,
be which wound up the day's dissipation
ad AND GLORY
it for the Demoucratic partj of Natchi.
telhes. No sucl thing was ever seen
in this paris beIfore, nul we question
if the ldemonstration has ever been
ecLreeded in the State, outside of Newi
Orlcans, ii equated.
isR mnrkel alrcad!J, by the emphatic
expjression of hundreds of colored men
lwho had been heretofore indifferent
to the issue.
NEW COLOR)IED members were ad
ded to the 4th Ward Club, and the
intelligenlce from all parts of our ipar
islh is cheering to the advocates of
peare and good government.
KEEi' 'TIE TIIITG MOVING,
let no ono relax his efforts. A long
pu11l and a strong pill, and the enie
Illy is oars.
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Tihe Independenlt movement can he
y well judged by the ITdian Indepen- I
. dent candidate for Governor, who
B sold himself out for money, to the Ile
lie Independents in politics are men
of no convictions, and a man of no
le conviction is "open for a trade ;" is
tl in the market, and the highest bid
rO der pays for and takes him. We care
not who the man is, these remarks
apply to him and none can escape
xi that judgment.
y. In Louisiana an Independent is
le, simply a traitor, to which is added
al the degrading vice of coartrdie
cowardlice of the rankest kind. It is
ue, lhe who betrays with a smile and a
Ji. kiss; who is a Hadical and a thief at
heart, and with his lips cries "Inde
rs pendence and honesty."
es We have several of that class of
bipeds in our State-some in our par
'as ish, but they are too contemptible
here to ripple the suntmface of a deent
organization. They practice the dodge
rdI of getting up letters from admirers to
n- become candidates for positions, or
si. else announce themselves as candi
dates oklens rvoens, and to show that
they are enemies to the people, the
rO Radical :Conventions either endorse
or nominate them. No donbt thsc
0o- Independents (?) think all this sharp,
but, to an honest people it is utterly
Pretending to be sick of party and
party fi ands and trickery, of which
Ith they daily and hourly prate, their
1l- first advent before the people is char
no acterized by a trick so palpable and
o.- disgusting that every politician per se
would revolt at it for fear of being
dubbed a fool.
Ing Independents are wolves in sheep's
bill clothing, and having shammed the
nd people to get in, will sham them af
If the radicals can find consolation t5
in theit victories in Ohio and---; s.
well that is all, they are welcome to in
the small comfort. The mannjority
against them in West Virginia is over "1l
12,000 and they dl1im it. They are al
behlind 6000 in Indfana and it is a tl
radical victory I Colorado goes Dem- ne
ocratic to the tune of 500 and still is
I radicals carry the State-so they say. ci
A few more such "scoops" as In- O
Idiana, West Virginia Colorado and ai
I even Ohio, and the rvictories to the 1
Sradicals will undo them. b
If any one ever doubted that the
"slop organ" on Front street was not
a liar, the last issue should convince b
The radical meeting increased from i
snumbers on the ground to fiOgures inc
that paper in the aggregate from 2000
to25(). No one knows better than
i' that radical writer that not Brea 500
a were present, and that paper says
- that the crowd was variously estim
I ated at from 2501) to 3000. This
- taken with the radical victories in
k Indiana and West Virginia as given
- by that paper, although those 8tates
wont the othler way at the polls, will
ºf set the organ up as big a liar as its
i- nanoeake in New Orleans and a big
. ger one for its age. Give as some
n more radical victories like those in
h Indiana and West Virginia please.
Tlt Demonstration on Tuesday
was enough to satisfy the most san
. guolne and fastidious of the radical
bummers of Natclhitoches that the
Diemocrats were "up and doing" And
id from the looks of their faces defeat
would lie but a small portion ok the
ills the future had for them.
n. For eight years rain and rascality
,have joined hands through the rad
' ical party of our parish lin prostrating,
not only a noble and good people,
ty but in stifling every honest and moral
ho sentiment of the growing generation.
k- The eight years hare passed into
history and the future opens bright
and glot ions to onr gaze. Let as re
as lax no effort to achieve the good that
to is to come.
Tihe "faithful," who bay when Pack
ard blows his born in these "diggines," I
have had a grand split. It is report
ad that Breda and the white (skinned)
won't ran on the ticket with onulit.
What is the matter with Breda and
his crowd Is the ticket too honest
for them Oh I blind virtue, if you
are not staggering drank in that
crowd, then--Joe's a Dutchman.
Wascoxa hands and warm hearts
greeted the noble Nicholls and Wilts
on their arrival in our city and we
know they mast feel that their cause
io old Natehitoches is in safe hands.
IRAix began to fall on Wednesday
The Bulletin and Ward. onttei
Consistency i said to be a jewel, lir,
if so, the Budll(in lachks tha:tt glorious tlr
In its issue of one day last week
there appeared an article written 'I
against WVard, whlich,judging it light- and
ly, was a simple invitation to the in r
people of the Red Hiver Valley to who
kill Ward. Marked copies of the sinu
paper contaitning that article were
sent up to this sectioln, either by the not
writer of the article, or some friend, par
who longed for blood, and the blood has
of Ward particularly. wi
We are a snmall journal, with a cir- thr
(culation not as large as the ,llctlin, sana
and published but once a week, but the
with trembling fear we once called hlo
the "smart Alex" of that journal to ter
account for solnC expressions he had (
Susedc in relation to the blood-thirsty isti
-proclivities of the "Ilted iver valley res
We miiildly ns1ested that t1 Edi
tor of the J Iletin was not sfflicient=
l y acquainted with the people of the
Sled IRiver country to pnss judgment
is upon them in such a manner, and tirn
1timidly intinmated that we had gentle- Re
0 men as well as good, loyal, Confede
R rate soldiers, from "Avoyelles to Cad- l"'
' do," who would insure peace in this atl
section, and keep it at all hasards.
i The BIlletis bristled up amazingly t
d at our impudence in presuming to ai
- criticise its expressions, and arrogated ti
is to itself a knowledge of Louisiana
a and its people, that would have made of
it a stranger gaze and gape with won- of
' der. e
Therefore we approach this quces
f tion of the "lalletin and Ward" with ar
considerable anxiety for our safety-- e
he in a journalistic sense. tai
it The article to ,which we refer is col
te ill-timed, in the first place, and in the 8l1
Ssecond place, it is an invitation, aso
r we before stated, for some one to kill ,p
SWard, and thereby furnish the But- 4
Jt eli an opportunity to hold up its pe
1C innocent hands with holy horror at g
a our blood-thirsty scoundrelism, and sh
denounce us, as it has done, as law.
P breakers and villains.
SThe Balleti, it seems to us, do
sires only such killing as it wonld lei
esuggest. Twitchel, to whom a thou- wi
Ssand Wards, with a thousand sins ou
Swould be Salgts, was not to be touch- px
B Ward fought with musket in hand t
g for four years for the liberty of his ii
race-and after the war, continued m
)I the battle at the suggestion of Kel- at
ie logg, Packard, and Twitchel, nowe doubt; P
f. not to benefit Ward or his race, but e
to help Packard, Kellogg and the il
white scamps of the Republican par- w
an ty, and when Ward awakens to rea
- ; son, abandons these men, tells of their
to iniquities, the BIdlethis, nwho, but a P1
ty month ago, would have swooncd t(
rer "like a gentle lady in a dainty varlor P
Ire at the sight of a crimson rose," Insists t1
a that Ward shall be killed. lWard didl
'- not rob as-Ward did not rush trobps *
till into our midaS, arresting innocent h
Iy. eitizeas, insulting white women and "
It,- outraging liberty. Who did it f Pack- a
ad ard and Kellogg. Still Packard and "
the Kellogg are Saints, and Ward post *
be killed-so says the Bullctics h
Ward did not authorize his clans to
he mnrder men and ladies at a Ball!
tet Twitchel did, and whoa outraged a
'" brothers, fathers, and husbands at *
Constantta, wreaked vengeauce on
o hinm who would have slaughtered, In a
tin cold bWood, their wives, mothers, and r
sistors, the Ballctis denounces them t
an as assassins.
Ward did not, with Iis armeu bandR
at Colfa-r-enlisted, organised, and
equipped at Kellogg's suggestion, in
vade the home of the Ianocent at the
dead of night, and rape a beautiful,
accomplished, and delicate lady. C
Who did t
Packard's Chief Deputies, Stockton a
and Decline-DeCliuine, whom God In Di
e his wrath struck down with the most V
loathsome disease the human family I
is afflicted with; Stockton, whom a
Packard hugs to his bosom to this
f hour, as his friend.
1- Does the BslUetis say any tMig about
e Not one word; it is too busy get
d ting Ward killed to attend to such
le We desire to say to the BUlleti,
that there are Badical negroes living
y in this parish to-day, and we name n
I- two of them-Blunt and Lewis-that
g, a thousand Ward's, with the sins of
e, the one a million times intoensifed,
al would be Saints in comparison too. i
n. Does the Bulleta want these men
to killed! Oh! no. Ward~he efect, and
it nout Blunt and Lewis the cause, is
e- the Baletes logic.
at We have stood by and seen this 1
Bsiletis insult the people of this val
ley until patience has ceased to be a
k- virtue; but this "last straw"n is
'F We are not defenders of Ward, but
a) insist the asims w i w hist he s 5har
It. ed shall be brought home to the origi
SKellogg and Packard are the vil
ua lains that organised and planned the
t Coltfax battle, Ward was the simple
puppet ln their hands, and the Bul
rs lefts shall not Insult as, without
ts protest at least, by presumiag to
we judge that we do not know sad reo
se cognize cAuss and rrtzr.
Is. No matter what Ward has beeno, no
matter what he has done in the past,
ay he is now engaged in assisting to the
extent of his ability, a rlown-trodden,
ontraged, ,lillntd nople to ru egain
their liberties, and the whole IRed 8-1
ltiver valley will say with one voice, 1P
that the IBultin is not doin ( as uwrh. th
Those little symbols tell Almazingtly
and the few we indulged in last week ist
in regard to registr:ation changed the C
whlole Iaspect of the radical slate, ID
Ssmanshed it to atoms, as it were.
D We claimed that the lnegro vote did ,
e not exceed the white vote 7(0) in this ii
, parish and we claimi it still. There 'I
i has been a constant immigration of
whites since 1874, that year we
threw off radiecalism like a rope of
, sand ; with the hope on Ithe part of tc
t these itmmigrants that the whites anld i
i honest Imen 1had at last become man
o ters of the richl Natchitoches parish. in
i On Saturday last, RIuss, the re'g- i
Sistrar, went over the books and the tl
v result no little dismayed the radicals.
Hisi count now showns hi
Ilacks........... ... . "
S Black maijority...... 951.
The figures for the blacks are len
tirely out of proportion, for even wien
Red Hiver parish was attached to (s
we, had no suck black rtole, and there t'
has been no immigration of blacks to -
ithis parish since 1870.
We claim that the negro vote in
1870 is less than in 1874, for in ward
nine, which we cite as an instance,
Sthe registered colored vote in 1874
was 178; now, after a careful canvass
Sof the ward, there are ibut 120 colored
voters to be tond in it; 58 having
left the parish.
SSeven hundred registered majority
are tall figures and any one can get
bets taken on their not going beyond
that. Haby concedes live hundred
is colored Democratic votes in the par
e ish ; we claim one thousand. Any
'one who desires can "figure it up" by
ll splitting the difference and see who
will win. There will be registered and
ts polled nincteca hundred white Demo
lt eratic votes in this parish beyond thie
id shadow of a doubt.
*. -*--~ C ~ -
K L. Woods.
Sto another column will be fond ad
jd letter tfro .. Woods of Wardt2,
:. whomi the radicals nominated with- e
s out his knowledge or consent, as a
i.- police juryman of this parish in or
der to give a show of respectability
d to their otherwise infamous ticket.
is M. L. Woods' letter needs no com
eI mont from us. It is outspoken enough
1. and states reasons for declining too
,t; plainly to be misunderstood. This
t ends another of those tricks of rad-i
Ie icalism which they delight to play
r with the names of decent men.
J. A. CLEMMONS.
ir This gentleman positively and em.
a plhatically declined to allor ins name
cd to be used as a candidate for the
lot police jury on the radiel ticket al
Ms though he was and is a republican
i 1. and had served one year in that cap.
acty by appointment. To render
m his declination eniphatic and shmowr
nd where le stood, hi joined the Tilden
k- and Hendricks reform club of thIs
mdward on Saturday last. Mr. Clemens
nat is a laboring farmer and wants an
~, honest government.
to Still another
il! 31. i. L'Lo3ICs,
a assures geotlemon of our city that
a nothing would lnduce bhi to accept
on (nomination from such a patty amid
in upon cchl a ticket. This leaves the
aidd tad three places In their police jurfy
Cr to till. The public await their action.
Appointments for our State Car*
Roovs STATE CENTRAL COxN TTrE,
Democratic Conservative Party,
New Q9leans, Sept. 12, 1876.
Mass Meetings of the Demoeratic- n
Conservativei party will be addressed j
by the following speakers: Gen. F. o
T. Nicholls, Hon. L. A. Wilts, Hoon. p
H. N. Ogden, Gov. John MeEnery, II.
MN. Spofford, H. C. Wicklife, Albert
t Voorles, S. J. N. Smith, R. H. Marr,
P. E. Theard, R. F. Jonas, and CarI
eton Hunt. The maeetings will be held
u as follows a a
S Sept. 17-Sunday, Mandeville. t
Sept. 19-Tuesday, Amnito City. i
if Sept. 22-Friday, Iberia.
Sept. 23-Saturday, St. Martinville.
Sept. 25-Monday, Franklin.
SSept. 28-Thursday, Clinton.
h Sept. 29-Friday, Iberville.
Sept. 30J-Saturday, Baton Rouge. .
Oct. 3-Tuesday, Floyd and Ab
8 Oct. 5-Thursday, Delta and Vert'
It Oct. 7-Saturday, St. Joseph and
Oct. 8-Sanday, Opelonsas
L Oct. 9-Monday, Vidalia & Wash
in ct. l1--Wednesday, Mankaville.
Oct. 14-Saturday, Alexandria.
Oct. 16-Mooday, Montgomery.
is Oct. 17-Tuesday, Natchttoches.
Oct. 19-Thursday, Coushatta and
1 Oct. 21-Saturday, Shreveport.
Oct. 23-Monday, Bellovue.
a Oct. 24-Tuesday, Minden.
is Oct. 25-Wednesday, Homer.
Oct. 26 Thursday, Arcadia.
Oct. 28-Saturday, Vienna.
Oct. 60--Monday, Farmeraville.
1 Nov l-Webnesday Oakrklgo.
;i- Nov. 2-Thursday, Delhi.
I. W. PATTON,
President State Central Committee
l Demnocratc-Conservative Party of
le PiILIr POWER, JR., Secretary.
S Tat Travis Wright, wrecking boat
ut engaged on R. T. Bryarly sunk below
to Coushatta on her return to the city.
** It is thus that the wrecker is wreck
DO - -
it, CorroN is cominig in quite rapidly
he and is commanding the usuna good
n, priccs for this markcet.
1S tj't n,;ai frituiidl il from
Sabine (;rant and \( Vits it the (;rnan
I!ctIfl4tr1ti(lI ril 'I'(' ny Iant and
they nil tcctniid highnl' gratilied nt
i4Ieu'! of 1 lie IliflM fui fii her, 11. 11.5
(.urtis, oft Il( :W O ctober. 1~ 6.' Mtr. .Jwoi
JliXKLEM,i x toi MFt If. FI."u.rxci CUuugS
i'rA ~--tlOVY. - On rieytI~in rre
vtolwrlut' 17 1 ¼II, 'iv, 1l th e 4v. Dr. J:
1I f. K.tF~ II o.Ms4 ,T',. Li:v v. datigh~t.
ci* Pf .facolt, e , ;N , .:Ill oI t h[. city
O)Chobiuv II th, JntrSr M. nnd on Oc.
tOIcr 1 I, EII, ~IJ.1.A M A. son of S. W,
and~ E. B1. 1: t ilt r. Aged iesp1)'CU vly
T1'h1ni Nvrc. two nimany I"'ys takct
in the iblono of youth andt vigor, with
bright manuhuood openluig out before
TI,'hir bereav'eid parentst have ouf
hueart-felt ti.itutpait.hey ill th'eIitr grief.
NIVW AU )'Il'TFl43l N'lFtr..
For Sale Cheap.
ONEF almiost new, sixty-fivo saw,4PAt
(iil Staid, tivoe milcs below Natehi
tilhesn, one (Cner iver, by the undershlgnuelO(
Oct. 14,-ti. EMILE CLOLUTlVIER,
Izl XT GNOEI
The Centenniat Committee on Sew*
ing Machinaes, after a thorough exam.
Siomation of the various Machines on
exhibition, have awarded
I The singer Mlaunf.etwrimg Coompany
The very highoest Prmitiam that could be
conferred upon any Exhibitor
AND CONSISTS OF
T10O MEDALS OP HONORf
AND TWO DIPLOMAS OF MERIT i
" 'filr i ing van
One-half of all the' Sewing Machineas
Sold in the Year 1875, were SINGER'S,
which iS nltnieont evidence of its supe
e riority overall ebthrIw
All we ak isb to lest THE SINGER be.
foie parnct'asiag iany other. Sold on easy
terms. Liberal discount for casu.
n tQewdle of iutlioniflt4 singers, and 014
SINGEIIS pdai4Itl over to lok like now,
and oftered for sale by the Cznvaseros of
r usomeaof tire other Sewing Machine Conm
r paniis uOsgennulin New Salger Machines.
nTI11 EliH MARNJUFACTURIING CO.,
s No. 91 CANAL STREET,
is NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Or G. W. RODERTS. C LAr.naor,
At NATC1IrOCHES, LA.
Wanted i-A steady reliaie young
wman want s empleiytuettt and is willting to'
do any tuisng to marke himself useful.
SWosk is vbL º he desires and he isnot
Sn4., ited to do it.
Apply in the Editor of the Vindkstot
Oct. 21, 1876.
SDissolution of Partnership.
TIlE Co-panrtonershlip heretofore exist
ing between the undersigned under the
firm, name and style of KEYSElt & Mc.
KENNA is this say dissolved by matual
consent. All unfinished work on haud
will be completed by the parties.
All persons to whom the late Aerm Is
indebted are requested to present them
to either of thie undorslgned for settle
s ment, and all those who owe the late
d firm are requested to tpay p prompty
I or make eottlement at one with eiltW
r. partnorsof the late linrm.
A Oct. 7, 1876. HUG11 M I
, . NOTICE.
Id There will be sold at Publice Anclik
on the 28th day of October, 1878, as
tract of land lyinag near my rcsideaS
in Sabine Parish, containing 219 asre,
more or liees. These are two gooddwel
r ling houses, smoke house, db and ta
* hble, betweomo 0 and5 8a ores under wet!
Soad faeno ; about 30 acres cleared. The
and will be sold payable in three a:
stallments, terms made known on day O
- Conicm one, come all who want agl
home, and btiy while you can buy chap.
r.: and on good terms, free fkom all enc*-*
Will be sold at nmy residentce.
Oct. 7, 1876.
TO THE WORKING CLASS,-We are ay
prepared to thrlesh all clasons with sonats
emiloument at home, the whole of the ties,
a fot their paI e moments. nliness aew,
lighAt mad bolahle. Persoms of either sex 81
ly earn from 50 cents to $5 per evenoing, MI
a pro rtional em Be douving their whel
tinme tohe business. !tloy. and girls earn el@
Sas mushb as men. That all who see this a
tice may nomnd their address, and test the Its
slues we make this unPpralled ofer :Y'
such a. are not well matstied we will said
oette dollar to pay four the trouble of writil
Full particulars, samples worth severalw
tarn to commaence work on, and a copy of lT5U
and Firemlde, ene of the Ila rgest ant e II
tratedt Publicationa, all sest free bya s
Reader, if you want 6rmanent.. profitableinLe,
as drs*s, GCOkE ATINSON t (t, te.
L~ I. IIURDICK, Prmpd@SV
(CVor5r 1itON4T and TOULIN4 81".)
HIuS Molio haviug bent refitted 00d
T newlyfir riizoded is the only fitiy
clues house ii tbt city; in fart the otIl
HIouse whew, tra,,aioex traviler$ can
well accou wmnoaL\ed.
TERMS : Only One Dollar Rads hj
lA. co mtiwio¶1t9 vt~I11l4 flt CftlflhtI('ý
with tlº' Ifotti.a . J(e i t c