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FRANCIS T. NICOLL,
OF RIE.\ ITION.
FOR LIEOVTRNAN1 ColHNGHR,
LOUIS A. WIL'1'Z, f'
OF ORLEANS.
FOR ATORNEY GENER..L,
H. N. OGDEN, is
OF ORLEANS. 1
FOR SE(CRET. PAR OF STATE,
Win. A. STlRONG,
OF WINS.
ALLEN JUMELI,
OF IDTERVILLE.
OR SuPERTNTENI)DET OF PUBLIC ED
UI('ATION.
ROBERTMI. LUSIIEII,
OF ORLEANS.
FOIR CONGRIESS,
Fourth Congressional District, C
J. B. ELAM,
OF DESOTO.
FOR STAT'E SIEN.\TOR.
J. W, SANI)IFORD.
FOR DISTRICI' JI'IE.
COL, D4VID PIE FLSON,
Of Natchitoches.
PARISH TICKET,
For Legislature,
MOIRTIMER PEROT,
II. II. ITATHORN,
J. ALPIIONSE PRUIIHOMMIE.
For Parish Judge.
R. E. IIAMMETT.
For Sheriff.
JAMES E. KEEGAN.
For Clerk.
E. MASSON.
For C(roner.
1)R. C. I[AMLIN.
For Police nJurors.
C 1. I. WALMSLEY.
R. II. McCLIENI)ON.
F. JENNINGS.
L. CHIOPIN.
W. C. 1OSS.
For Recorder,
GEO. W. KEARNEY.
Religious N'ottce.
The fourth and last quarterly Confe
forence will commence its religions ser
viccs in Trinity church at 71 p in.
WenesMdav. Nov. 1, and continue until
the tth. Rev..loel Y. DTveS otlici',tin,.
Rev. J. S. White will deliver his val,,dic
tory sermon to the sae11 congregation
nn'ulan the 5ttll 11 a. mi.
Attention.
MI. Hahn, State Supevisor of Regis
tration, has instructed the Assistant
Supervisors throughout the State to
reqnire the Clerks or Commissioners
of election to write
VOTED NOVEMBER 7TII, 1876,
on the Registration papers of every
person as they deposit their ballot.
This will prevent repeating.
During the storm of wind on Sat
urday last the splice of the Tilden pole
was blown off with the flag. On Mon
day Messrs. Hartman and Little low
ered the poll, re-spliced it, and the
Tilden and Hendricks flag now floats
triumphantly as ever.
Forward to Victory.
The returns are all in from the late
elections ; the result stands thus:
Democratic Indiana.
Democratic West Virginia.
Republican Ohio.
That settles the business.
Tilden was nominated upon the
presnml-tion that with the South and
New York he could be elected. Add
Indiana and the prestige of her vic
tory, and the election of a Democrat
ic President is assured.
BUT WE MUST WORK!
Ten days hence, fellow-citizens of
Natchitoches, and you grapple the
enemy. The lines are formnid, our
banners aie flung to the breeze, the
lienemy is before us.
FURWARiD TO VICTORY r
'Thc ]BEST' the market aflrds and
Sell served, at Btilick's loarlding
1Ilee.
Charge !!
(' oi ratilating ounr fhllow-citizti s
on their patliotic ardor so far, we s
bliini, tIhem the glad tidings that the has b(
day of deliverance is dawning. head
T'he \Vest has spoken, and her help DIemun
has been mlade Inatifest. saeln
Indiana will give Tilden0,000 1,t1)
nmajority next month, and \'est Vir- :gage
ginia: 15,(000. Louisiana is expected thant
to do hlr duty. N,
THAT or'ry is . I)l;o( R.\TI'c M .\ i itllh
J.1 liT'1 F 'TriI Y Trn io's.\NI). lAe i)en'
nothing dete(r the whiie white Democrat of all rIC
thii palish fromt voting-- in ev
(Go( TO TIll PILLS !
(;o there to vote and die, if neced Th
Ie, in d(lfense of ! our shred right of do(nl)
the franchise. hut I
Let no Itiited States Man shals repol
frighten you. Louisiana's sins ha e they
ived hours of daniger, a ))mo:ent of will
which would shake the pignmy souls the I
from the miserable bodies of Radical TI
hirelings. been
Virtue and Light are fearless and renl
in(lomnitable. "
Y 'IT ARE RIGHIIT AND IN VIII- as i
TI'E'S I)EFENSE. Let no man coni the
bet\' en you and Vyour duty. COll
ar..t·)·)VI·Y l''': |,ttll,'l, lU .....I.- a. v ; )
white man votes, and lie that does litie
not, IDRAN) Ill) 1 TIRAITOR. and stan
cast himi out. Let all cowards go to 7)00
the rear.
"lie that has no stoma'ch for th(e '
fray, let him hence. We will not lie carr
in that mIan's colmpiany that fears to in a
fight with us. I)
('omorades to'the front. 'lhe enemy ocer
is wavering ; their lines are broken. edl
l'pon thiem at once, and plant the lil- has
lv banner of Democracy bathed in lice
victory upo1n the ciunmbling w)tks of whi
lbadicalism. and
The Bugle sounds! Charge ! I
Fixing Fraud. out
The pertinacity with which Radi- the;
) cals and the Radical press in the
counntry, where it justifies the surmise, 'I
cling to that redoubtable and ever to vid
be remembered vot
TW ELVFE HtluNIRE
colored majority, is, within itself an can
evidence of intended fraud too pal- wil
pable to be mistaken. Tie
Even after a count of the Books of
lRegistry by Russ, the Registrar of
this parish, the "organ" still harps on
1200 to 1400 colored majority, when
n1o such majority erer existed.
Mr. Parson, Mr. Burdick, and other
Republicans, who are now supporting TI
the Ileform candidates, but who were
in at the commencement of the Re
publican party in this parish, state GC
that there nrere was a thousand regis
tered o(lored majority, even in their I
. best days.
There are less colored men in Natch
itoches parish to day than there ere er M
I tr(, anitd t)ore Fcwhiltes.
Registrar Rlss, we understand, vo
clings to New Orleans orders for his st
tigures, which the books he registers U
utpon,, and a count thereof narle b!y wI
himi.self anzd assistants u ttcrlyb ref te. sI,
There has been so much talk in- d
dulged in since the beginning, by t
IRadlical officials about a fair election, Io
that we had begun to think that we 11
would have it, not fiom any love of f
fairness on the part of Radicals, but
f'o.i ear of consequences. Such a state ,
of facts as this of Natehitoclhes, di
would warrant tile belief that ourG
surmises about a fair election were
incorrect.
Be that as it may, we will still in- si
sist upon it-that all matters I' tain- P
ing to this election sh::Ill be fair and
above board, and to tlhat end the
whlite people of this parish have
"f- pledged themselves to hold to a stero,
m. personal accountability, all who en
ntil gage in swindling them of thleir rights
tas free men, and all those whom this
ion swindling is intended to benefit, mnay
rest assured that precious little good J
- will comie to them of it. This, we
beg all to remember, is no threat;
wgi- e know whereof we speak, for the
ant intelligent and virtuous whites do
e to not intend to submit to further spolia- t
nrs tion fiom the scoundrels of Radical
ismn who hiive heretofore robbed them.
', Peace is dear to all, but it will not be
cre- kept at the price of their rights and
lot. tliheir liberty.
Bill Tunnard goes into the "lash
at- ed back" business in the last half
olo sheet of the "slop pot." Bill ought
on- to tell the negroes how he introduced
ow-, the society of the "White Camelia"
the here, and how hlie swore to God lihe
onts would never vote for a "nigger" as
long as hlie lived. That would be in
teresting reading. Aind tlhen hlie could
intersperse it with the story of how be
lwas going to destroy tile Republican
p inting oftfice, the News, in 1867, and
how hlie guzzled Democratic whisky
and howled tile "gay old carpet-bag
ger "o' nights." Bill is a tfine spec
itnen of radicalism to bie sure.
After Tuesday, the 7th of Novem
the ber, Bill wouid make a good cut for
a circus-"tlolpi u' over the banners"
l -tlhat is if a circus could be found
ic- that was mean enough to lhave him.
T'lhoaurnvass ends within ten days
and so fir p)eace and quiet reigns in
us of our borders. We will see what th
the radicals will trump up in order to
Sout make arrests.
The Presidents of Ward Clubs are
requestted to appoint Committees on
n egi'stratiou at onice.
C. F. DRANGUET,
r C litiii•ti tiri. - Centr.ilCo it t.c
22d Senatorial District. 1T`,
As lsural some smart radic,al "Alepx"
has been going abont shaking his wise
head and smiling over the idea of a 00C
Democratic sweep in Sabine. This
same kind of talk was indulged in in fral
1;71, and the pnublic have been en
gaged ever tince in hunting for more
than one radical vote in the parish.
Now we have it hfon1 the best '
anthority in Saline parish that the
Democratic nmajority will bhe full 120 (0; Tle
all reports to the contrary are false '.V
in every particular.
1)ESO'IO.
This parish haNs ieein talked of as
doubtful, not by those wholhest knew,
but b:, radicals who trump up these r
reports to discourage the timid, butff fl
they can all rest assured that l)Deto isit
' will poll a very heavy majority for anl
tihe D)emocratic ticket. with
The fanult with D)eSoto parishi has
been its mismanagcmient, for be it
I retmnbered that that parish, in towI
point of intelligence, ranks as high f
as any in the State. Still to judge by d
the idiotic blunders some one has A
committed there this year, we would wvlii
, u- t o Z4l IU llleKu ai r'Mpu, lt.tte1,1 1"
9 litical manager, However, notvith- kno
I standing all this, DeSoto is good for
S71)00 Democratic nmajoriity.
.RED RI:VER.
"e Would yon helieve it, sir, we will 1
e carry this parish," is the expression
i in a letter to us from one riho knots. "yo
Do not he startled if such shonhld are
Soccur, for the colored vote has chlang- we
ed greatly since 1174, and Rid River
has in the persons of J. F. Pierson,
ulI es, Sheen, Rawle, and others, just ern
f what D)eSoto wants, vigorous, active
and fearless political managers.
If the I)emocrats don't carry Red
River, then they will scare the enemy cot
out of their boots by the close race 1)0
i- they will give them. the
NA \TCI ITOCTIFES.
This parish we know to be safe pro- I
to vided every white man registered "10
votes. cro
The majority for the Democrats col
In cannot be less than 4(.0 and Nicholls in
I- will carry the parish by a larger vote mig
Tile i2d Senator ial District is safe.
of -- F-ý--"Iand
Hof ELP EE CASSIUS O8 I coi
SINK ha
We rely Greatly on the Con- for
servative People. rat
uig The Peace that brings Myers' Rob- Lw
'e bery and Breda's Embezzleh'met.
.e- -
rte GOOD GOVERNMENT AT THE
i. EXPENSE OF LIBERTY AND
r DECENCY.
th
Natchitoches, La., ty
September 27th, 1876. S
r. M. . .Woods :
Dlear Sir-We espectfully invite
d, you and tbose friends who would de- P"
hi sire to accompany yoa here, for the (r
purpose of hlearing Ion. S. B. 'Pack
ard and Gen. Jack Wharton, (a man it
I llwho is without a lsuperior as a stump
speaker) they will Ihe here on the 10th or
Slday of October-this w ill be one of bl
thie ,reatest political meetings duriiing D
this campaign. As we tely greatly
non the Conservative peoplh of this
we 1mrish to assist us in the perpetuation D
of of peace andd good government, we le
bextend this invitation to those good lII
tpeople that they may hear for tlhem
ate slves betore they render their vir
es, diet in November next. The ferry at
or Grand Ecore will cross you all free,
to and from hlero, and we will see
re that you have no expenses here. tl
Hoping you will give this due con- V
in- sidleration, and tlhat we will have the b
n. pleasure of meeting you gentlemen e
here on the 10th of October, in res- "
pouse to our invitation. I
the We remain your friends, a
ave ,J. ERNEST BREDA. c
, V. A. ARIRON.
en- - - - -,- -- l . - o I-n
ihts WOOD'S LETTER, t
this Natchitoches Parish, Ward 2, I
may October 7th, 1876. i
oodJ. HI. Cosgrover , Editor Vindicator:
we I)eat Sir-I learn from good an
tthority that I have been nominated
at; hy the late Radical Convention, for
Police Juror of Natchitoches parish.
do Will (you1 do me the fitvor to say
lia- throughl your paper, that I cannot ac
ical- cept the l)ositiou,. nor will I serve, if
em lected, on such a ticket as has been
pat up by said Convention.
it be W. L. WOODS.
and .. -
Those Republican Joarnals tli:t are
so fond of quoting the N. O. Bulltclin,
sh- and calling it a l)enmocratic paper,
Ialf which it is not, will find great conso
ught lationii in clipping from the columns
ced of the Hoiner Iliad, a journal Edited
lia' by a Louisiana Republican, and a
Sie Senator of that party.
I as His Relpublicanism dates from years
ein- back-when Bill Tunnard and the
oull Boult boys, were measuring meal or
w be tooting brass horns in thile rebel army
ican -when the Breda boys were jerking
and negroes up by the neck, back of the
isky grave-yard, fotbr daring even to think
-bg- of being free. IBut Blackburn does
pec- not suit this crowd of fellows. lIo
wanrts honest and decent government,
ei- and that is just what would be the
Sfor ruin of the Blunt crowd.
fund Let every whvlito man in this par
lru. ish remember that asuch men as hreda,
Bill Tunnard, Simmons and othere
days although belonging to the white race,
us in are doing every thing they can to
St drag down white respectability to a
er to level with the brutes.
They are thieves themselves or the
open friends of thieves which is
worsC.
8 00 -- e -.. -----
All persons who have arrived at
Sthe age of 21, since last election,
.Iittc M -UST BL I.GvTEP'ED I
Come, Oh! Come Back? C
Ward, Flowers and Hall of
fered money and office. That
THEY CAN'T SEE IT,
T'ley may hie 'IHTI1'ClIEI ." andl wit
*,•W\(,(ILLEY HI EAI)ED•' Iigg'rs
but would d1, good work
for AD)I('CALS. e
If Ward Flowers and all ire such an
i
bad men, why is it that radical thieves piriýs
are conti nally trying to buy themr with
off from the l)emocratic party ? Why
is it they are after them withl money thus
and office if they(' have no inutlence ocrat
with the colored men of this section ? Iaris
The AItemlpt(cd 1Bribe.
BrIeda aind other radicals of. this on ai
town solicited and had an interview, a
few days since with Ward, Flowers :1mo
:and Hall which was granted.
At that meeting the purposes for tel"
d whitc' " 'n solicited were wake tt as
known and Ti
The Bribe 1Was Offered trun
in the shape of offihe, ready cash, or ut
any thing that Ward, Flowers anld toite
Hall wanted. Red
I These radical bummers told Ward, testi
. "you do not know what injury you
d are doing us-if you go on this way in tl
we will be beaten." N
'"Just th th thing I want," says the for
a indomitable Ward. "I started out to full
crush your thieving party and I am and
Sgoing to do it." "''I spurn you andul er
your othices," says Flowers. mpa
Why this private attempt made to vote
con upt Ward, Flowers and alil with
Smoney, tlice, or any thing else, while is to
their dirty organs denounce them as er t
" IIWoolly Headed N'ilyers" ! his
If Ward, Flowers and Hall are of and
1d "no force," why is it that the Blunt rig,
crowd is run to death to keep the -
ts colored men from hearing them speak sec
Ils in public or in having social talk in t
to with them ?
The truth is that Ward, Flowers Th
and Hall have the contidence of the
I colored voter. Ward and Flowers I
have dei
Sheocd Thlir Blood nel
n- for the liberties and tights of their tion
race and the colored men all know it, ard
w while such scoundrels as Blunt and fine
Lewis and Raby have done nothing lia'
but rob, steal and promise.
IE The Bloody BIluff. the
D After this bribe olher and failure, de,
Van Dusen, the Spanish Lake cow lel
thief and signer of warrants for depu- tem
ty Marshals, had his little interview
with Capt. Ward during which Van
ewas blniting around as usual. The foi
le pistol of the redoubtable knight fell en
le from his pocket to the floor, where- of
upon \Yard told the youth very pol- as
Sitely to put it up and if he swing it Wi
uharounid Ilrn any, hle would get a hole in
of blown in him quick. Of course tVan ti
iig Duseu "slid". lIe knovs Ward. Aind l
is Ward is jlrepared to prove that Vanu pr
ion Dusen stole a shot gnu in New Or
Ie leans in addition to the cow he stole dm
d here. ar
at The Republican's Peace. ai
ee It may be true, yet we doubt it,D
that some of thIe colored men will
on- rote with them, if they do,, they will .f
the hbe so few that they will not be miss- ai
en ed. What! talk of men who have n
es- withered and groaned under the
Democratic lash! who have moaned
and suffered unIder their claniking I
chains and ponderous fetters; who a
have treaded tlhe tangled swamip anl d
deep morass, followed by the brutislih
bay of the savage blood.hounds, vo
tinig for the party tlhat tlhought to t
Sperpetuate these hellish scourges, is Ii
to talk of high Hleaven's Angelic hosts t
mixing and comnmingling with the de
prayed demons.
a The above is from thie Natchito
for ches Rlepublican of last week.
sh. There is no one in tlhe whole party
say of thieving pimps in this place, with
moral courage enough to own the
een authorship of the above.
We dare the author to name him
)S. self-name or quit, you cowardly, in
famous cur.
are Comparing such thieves as Myers,
din, Breda, and Blunt ; such blackguards
per, as Exernack and TuDnnard; suchll
OtSO- scoundiels as Van Duseu and Lewis,
unns with "Heaven's Angelic HIosts."
dited What damrninig sflcrilege. What an
da infamtous slur upon virtue and in
telligence.
ears Aind then denouncing thle white
1 tie people as "deprlaved demons."
Wa or What fate the scoundrel who wrote
rmy that deserves, and whailt hlie would re
fting ceive, he well knows himnself, because
f the e, like the hound that hie is, will not
dare give his name.
does But a week longer, friends, and the
ie hour of retribution will lie at hand,
nent, when these villains will cry to the
m the mountains to fall upon ~mem.
Blunt has been telling the black
pr- I men that in Texas, and other South
reda, era States under Democratic rule
there the negroes have all been "put hack
race, in slavery." Blunt is a liar and no
Sto one kinows it better than the negroes
toa themselves. This saddle colored in
dividual is having it all his own way
r the now-but we thiuk the time not far
ih is distant when Blunt and his crowd
will be nowhere.
ed at Those tlhat have not papers dated
:tion, bLetween August 31st and Octolber 23d,
MUST BE REI.STIERLIl) AGAIN!
THLE PLAN.
TIhe Rl1ic'al (S1ui0prrin , t( to t lac the
. Relistratio, lolnks ,of ]emo.
cratli 1'ris.ishs mld leare
for Parts I'l ,cknmrn.
DeSOT''O I VEl'I'O.
Thats How we Will Beat the
Whites.
A FAIR ELECTION ALL SHAM.
Ihuite Men, Look Out for , our
Libertics.
We are just informed that one Ward,
an imported Rat from New Orleans,
who has been lRegistering in (irant
parish has left that parish, taking
with him the
IREGISTRY AND POLL BOOKS,
thus attempting to deprive the I)emn
ocrats as well as Republicans of that
parish from voting.
This is the old DeSoto game played
on another string, and it cannot win.
Considerable excitement exists
among the people, and they are very
indignant at this outrage; this at
tempt to deprive them of their liber
yr nnd ri-ghts na citizens.
The Registrar will, they suppose,
trump up a charge of intimidation,
r but it won't work. Packard and An
i toine's crews have been through the
Red River country, and they have
1, testified that
1 PEACE REIGNS SUPREME
Y in this valley.
Now this little game will not work
(' for we know that the citizens have a
fto ull copy of the Registration Books,
I and besides, that the Registration pa
lI pers in the hands of the voters is pri
ma facia evidence of their right to
vote, and will he so recorded.
th TIE REMED)Y
e is to go to the Polls and vote, whetlh
as er the Register is there or not. It is
his business to furnish Poll Books,
of and no citizen can be deprived of his
ut right to vote because lie does not.
he Vote, citizens of Grant, because
success depends on every man's help
1k in this year.
.- -- -o ----. -
rs The Colfax Chronicle on the
le Muscle,
1 It some how happens that the In
dependent sheets throughout the State
never have one word of condemna
tir tion to utter against Kellogg or Pack
t, ard or their minions, but can always
Di find time to abuse such persons as
UG have heretofore helped those two
"miscreants" (N. Y. Tribune) "run"
the State, but who now desire to ren
re der such assistance as they can, to
ow help the people they so long, peisis
' tently and cruelly wronged.
e I We never have had, nor ~ ill we
ever have confidence in or respect
he for the utterances of an "Independ
fell t Journal" in Louisiana- we mean,
- of conrse, those country sheets, such
1- as the Colfax Chronicle, and others
it we could name, that exist simply up
le on the crumbs of the Radical feast
ral thrown them as a price for silcnce
l when Goml knows it is dear at any
an price.
r- The Colfax Chroicle holds up its
tle dainty hands at the apostacy of Ward
and Flowers.
We would like to know upon what
authority that sheet speaks for the
Democrats of Griant parish.
il We happen to know that those who
ill fouyht Ward and Flowers at Collax
8- are not half as mad as the Clrnrmicle
e man, who was never there. We saw
men who stood the brount of that
king mnemorable battle talking to Ward
ho and Flowers on our steets, and they
al did not seem to be so much huffed as
itshi the Chronicle. Maj. Frank McGloin,
t to than whom no truer, °braver, more
sis hlionorable gentleman exists, told us
lsts that Ward and Flowers made their
de- explanations of the Colfax affair, and
their connection withl it, to Captains
iNash and Hoe, Mr. Tom Hic.nman,
rty the young Blanchard's and others,
ith who did a deal of fighting at that
the battle and they were -satisfied, and
we see no reason for the Chronicle to
im- get war-like.
The Chronicle, like a good many
more insignificent "smart Alexs," is
yrs, getting entirely too independent in
ards its dictation to the Democratic party.
suc The Democrats of Natchitoehes are
18 not defenders of Ward, or champions
of Kellogg, neither is the press,
tt an which is alone Cauthorized to speatk for
i- them, subsidised by a villainous print
ing law, but they are lovers of fair
hite play and insist on the originators,
Kellogg and Packard, bearinlg their
rote share of this "bloody Colfax Riot."
1 - Let the Chronicle tell the people of
cuse DeCline and Stockton, and their rape
llnot of the young lady in Grant parish.
Let it tell who Stockton is, anid where
id t he lie is to-day. Let it tell of the pack
and ed Julies by Packard, and the drilled
c te and crammed witnesss by Beckwith,
and then anId not until then, can it
pretend to champion the fighting
lack whites of Grant parish.
juth- --- **-~ ~ - -
W rule Vhy dent Myers pay that $17,000
b ack ihe stole from the public school treans
u no ury of this parish ? If hle did his
eroes show of ready cash would be less.
Let every citizen who can, and they
va should make sacrifices to do so, at
od tend the meetings that will occur
from this date till the campaign ends.
Keep the ball moving-give the
dated routed rascals no stopl)pinig place but
c S d, drive themni into the unknown of the
AIN deprauvcld.
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tho. do, hentlc t hat I. 1).. theorgat
ulp,1 o thait this " aalr.. and m u't
rn,º l .-in'r ,"' '.an hI' indulged in
without fatal conseIqunM'es ? lDoes
the "irgailln" ilmagine for an instant
that a day of reckoning( will not (.rn''
--aye, and that slCe'dilv, fo.; all this
onttttge ulp n our lilbrtir-,.
No colore'd voter( i. I,,,ing itrihed,
and the organ lis( wclen it saysso.
Thi faets of the (case are pattent even
to thi" raost hesCotttrd of the colored
tr'e. lTh' 1:ulic l.'i have a ticket of
thives and sruundrtls and it lhas dis
2,,st3d (.vC. dl1ec'rt w"hit3 republicai
in tin Iarli' h to the extilit lof quitting
the Iarlty, and \\wh shoild iiot rets
1'ctabllhe cololred lli.' i 1 l eciotle equally
It is impnllo;ible to tiack tlhe honest
anld goodl coilorled tll-oIle oil to stich
fellows as illuhtlit, :ilhy, Myers aind
Bhreda. 'Thcy kno;iiro thIni too well,
and next lITuesday week they will
overwlelningly 1repudiateliit the vwhiole
lot at the h:alloi box.
A S.QUARI MIEAh FuR FIFTY
('1:'I'S at Ilurdnick'di IBoirding 1]ouise,
NE.W AI)VEII'I'ISEME1 NT1S.
S 1T 1EP
WITII HIER
Crowning Victory.
The Centennial Committee on Sew
iug Machines, after a thorough exam
ination of the various Machines on
exhibition, have awarded
Th'e ic jler MnulufJacturiºn Companay
The very highest Premium that ceuld be
colnflred upon any Exhibitor
AN D CONSISTS OF
TWO M31E)ALS OF 110OR !
AND TWO DIPLOMAS OF MERIT!
FOR THEIR
dn ;;I1 U
One-half of all ile Se~ ing Mahinutns
Sold in the Year I,7., were SINGER'S,
which is sntlicienllt evidence of its supe
riority over all oihltls.
All \\t. ask is to test TIlE SINCE(R :It.
fore A'live! aing any other. `old onl eIas
t ''i4s. Liberal diseeount for cash.
SINGERIS painted over to lok like new,
and otlnired for sale by the (Canvassers of
slomel the other Swing Machine Com
panies Is genuine New r inger Machines.
Apply ~o
TIlE I8NG;ER MANU1'ACTURING CO.,
No. 91 (!ANAL STREEIT',
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Or G. W. ROBERTS. Canvasser,
At NATCIIITOClIES, LA.
Wanted !-A steady relialble young
mian wants employment ainml is willing to
do any thing to make himself useful.
Work is what he desires and he is not
ashamed to do it.
Apply to the Editor of the Findicator
for auilress.
Oct. 21, 1876.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE Co-partnership heretofore exist
ing betweeni the unilersignedl under the
tirmi, name and style of KEYSER & Mc
KENNA is this day dissolved by mutual
insient. All nutinished work on hands
will be completed by the parties.
All persons to whom the late firm 's
indebted are requested to present them
to either of the undersigned fior settle
iment, and all those who owe the late
irmu are requested to pay up promptly
or make settlement at once with either
partuersof the late firm.
..C. KEYSER,
Oct. 7, 1876, HUGH MbcKENNA.
NOTICE.
There will be sold at Puhlic Auction
on the 2nth day of October, 1871, one
tract of land lhying near my r'esideiice,
in Sahino I arish, conhtining 219 acres;
mori or less. There are two good dwel
ling hi'isis, smoko house, crih anl stA
ble. hit wtveI 40 and 50 acres under very
good tfns': ahbnt 30 anres cleared. 'l'he)
hind will he sihl l4yable in three in.
stallmrnts, terms made known on day of
sale.
Come oue, come all who want a good
home, anl iUy while yn can liy 'hiiap,
and onl good terlns, free tr'ioim all V11CUcir
\ili he sold at my resideice.
SIMION 0001O 'h)W.
Oct. 7, 1a76.
'li 'ill.; 'OIWO1KIN ( .LASS.-We tr, n-l
prliparel to Ifnrnish aill ilhes with cv. ult ii,
iempiloyin.llt at hornl, ithe w'hole of thi' timie,
olr tilr their ]pare innOintte. Thasiln11 11e~,
light and protlrlhle. I'trsons of either ,ex eay*;
lv earn from 50 cents to 6.1 per eCvening. aind
a proportional sum h\' d-voting their whole
tinig' to tilh Isl ]siit i's. I "y' And g litr 1111 weaRr.
I\v as mIllh as IIm . T'hat all wtho 'see this no'
tire nay ilnd their iltl r,wa. and test tho I1ii.
sine: wre make this unpatratl'h oftf"r: fo
SFIch I A artIe not well III iH tied %%-1.t I l1ill 11n1
oine dollar to pot'y t1 the troublh of wrvitin!-.
}"ill partinular,, altnplet worth ,e-eral dol
lill'r tol *o llinn , ,or- o, i l , np o(" '("ig te
anl Fireslt . oine of the llat'ret andt 'est IIlll
trated Pllitioai .ns, all .ie t free by I ail.
lieaoetlri t ytt-1 want ptrtanenit. |protall 0wark
ilt' 1,. iGEltaGE SI'NON ~ I., Plrtlan1d,,
tainr . (' S plt ii.6
SL. II. lUI'l)ICK, Proprietor.
(C(ertn.r FRONT and '.'TRl'IANI1: St+.)
T iS H ouse ' havil lg . .,t r .litted an:In
newl" 'u'l hll .hd,) i., "1 1 nl. t iº t
'lass . ilouse; in th,,4 city' , " 1 Itt thl culll
ilouIse w\hirl' tra;llsite-t ."'; , cl r'. (s ;an h1
w'ell nc.oullnmllldlted.
TEIRIMS: Only Oue ifollar anld a half
per 1Sy.
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