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The Only Danger.
The earnestness and enthuosiasm of the people of this section of Louisiana in organizing for the rescue of the I State from the hands of the corrupt men who have so nearly ruined it, has had no parallel since the era of seces sion. It bears,,in fact, much resem-i blanee to a great and earnest religious revival, and we believe that' it will continau to spread, and increase in fervor, until it culminates in the election of a Legislature composed of e representative men of the State. There t is but one danger that threatens this movement, and it is well to warn the people against it now. Kellogg and his strikers realize the force sad pow- I er of the White Man's movement; n they know that unless checked it is t certain to sweep the radical party from power, and they will use every e possible means to thwart it; they will endeavor to procure the intervention a of the Federal government in their behalf; they will fill the country with lying stories of ku-klux outrages; New Orleans will be thronged with i bogus fugitives from the parishes, and , the Republican and other radical p- a Sfers will teem with cooked-up stories of persecutions and threats against their lives, etc.; and all these expe- c dients failing, Kellogg and his strik- 8 ers in New Orleans will attempt to make up false returns of the elections r and count in their own partisans. Bat we fear none of theie devices. In the present spirit of our people we can fosce a fair return of the election, and we have no apprehension that 1 the Federal government will again play the bayonet game. There is, however, a danger greater than any of these and which we do fear. Kel- I logg will attempt to soften the hatred of our people toward himself and check their movement against his party by appointing some good men to offiee, and the party will back this policy by nominating some accepta blemen on their ticket. Under or- I dinary circumstances men are apt to be deceived by such manifestation of virtue on the part of wicked and cor rapt rulers, and to conclude they are J not as bad as represented. We warn our people against this delusion, and advise them to countenance no "good man" who accepts an appointment I from Kellogg or a nomination from the radical party. There is not one man in ten thou sand that can hold a remunerative position under any sort of government and not become a partisan of it, and there is no man of any character what ever but whose acts have some moral influence upon the community. When, therefore, a man now accepts office4 from Kellogg or from Kellogg's par ty, he ceases to be of as; l becomes a compatriot of the enemies of the State and of civilization ; he becomes the partisan of the negro, the carpet- 1 bagger and the scallawag, and a trait or to his own race. Such men may claim, u they have claimed before,' that they are acting for the public good; that if they refuse the offices 1 worse men may get them ; but we lay it down as an incontrovertible pro position, that the public good requires no man to degrade himself by becom lug the associate of the enemies and despoilers of the State; we hold, farther, that no man has over so ,de pradLd himself believing he was act ing for the publice good; such profe-. siots are bat a cloak to the real mod tive; and when a man accepts place and pay from the oppressors of his people, and becomes the pensioned accomplice of corrupt and infamous combinations, he does s, solely from selfsh motives, and becuaase he can put money in bhis pured. Let us strip the cloak from the real motiues of these men, let it bedis tinetly understood that oar object is not to obtain through the machina tions of telleogg a passably good man il .~ ie i this or that parish, but that eur alm and purpose is to destroy the peasant*orrupt government, root and braeb, rnd that we will visit with pablic obloquy, every man whete caupidity promapts him to seek itsfavors. We are striving with ear nestnems of heart to re-establish in Louisians the eivilisation of the age, and In tbhis great sad holy work we askm no man to egrade himself; we want no relef that comes through the preqtitutimon of the manhopi of our felloW-eitians;, we want n ser rices from oar fellowmen that are not noble, lofty sadpure; we want noa body to see usa by aeptiag the servica and the pay of the miscreants who have ruined our State and iam poverished oar people, and those who pretend to be serving usin this wise, we should lash with the whip of seorn and contempt into their true position, is the raks of earpet-hbggers, seal Iawagpand negroee.-BSreeport 25b. Dr. Boillt at drt poadtively refused to resign. Then it was that mem bers of the comnuittee aid to Dr. Boutl "Porl Godb sake religa," tel ling bhim the inevitable consequences to himself if he persisted in his refu al.-Repablcan, Aug, let. Mr. Tasnar yeoa bad4better post youmrself before yeou make suct. a lsadedes statement-and we would war, .on. et to elterate an erarp that the umtbmes of the Committee ween epaenetlng a body of eut tbreata, TiP Compittep ,4Ud pot in. timate say rwPlenyp tentles. t4 Dr. Boalit, by the Mass leeting, for none emlatsmd4d , ad .we tskeoocasiom b preesemn the above apore fabri cation eakr eutAs brala, and ful. uas hell. Mr. BIpteof Imladn Territorgjets upon a stump ad calls ot: "Gea temme, Fm coi for my tweuty eighth mas elne JearueT" Then the owd m aiteen ant leaves the spsabetsr stllght the stoweet assa. Quarrel with deed men and .you won't get hurt. The Donaldsonville Chief does not p seem to admire the style with which u awe handle the enemies of soieety sad I. good government in Louisiana. P pt re ippe ae felt the bate draw, S With good eplloa of th law.c As far as their advice to the people c1 .- whom the Chief counsels not to sup- t, " port as is concerned, we have this to say, and we doubt not it may be of i information to that journal, that the p )f supporters of the Vindicator are not of tl e the kind that take instruction from e is papers that are of the Chiefs' ilk. r d Before it talks to the people of Red !. Rivir about what papers they should 4 ; maintain, it should endeavor to get p 7 the fior of its own citizens, as we see it has a ladle in the government i platter, and is then even reduced to d Sa "Patent Outside." Let the Chief assume to defend the acts of the E Radical officials in Natchitoches par h ish if it desires, we would like it C d should, as we have been on the hunt for a journal that has the temerity to It do so, and answer the chargeaand logic c- contained in the articles in our paper, n - and the style will then be more pleas- a ing to the conductors of that journal. d Qui se sent galeux se grafte. n tl e There were but few colored people in the place, and those were quiet and a it peaceable. Thus at the present time p in Natchitoches has no complete Police P , Jury, no Tax Collector, no Judges P yand no Attorney. As to the final re. 1. suit of this Reform movement, we ,d are not prepared to judge, nor can it d be foretold as to the fruits it will bear. is The people have accomplished what u they had determined to achieve and is now proclaim that they will not in . terfere with the acts of men, who ex- d r- hibit honesty and capacity, no matter ti t what their color or political opinions. of If such be the case and the Republi- e r: can party carry out their present ci .e avowed purposes, there will be no a a necessity for any further excitement d or the exhibition of armed power ti d such as that of Monday last.-Repub Lt lican Aug. st. ie Lovely Moses, what a lie. There a were over two hundred colored men ii whko took paort in the mass meeting; ' te more than the Republican and its t d friends have been able, since this movement started, to get up even to V .1 eat their beef and hear their windy effusions. You are right aboat our n r- people not interfering with the acts * es of honest and capable men-no mat- e a ter what their political opinions may d t- be; but at the same time if you think o t- you can feed as with such a dish of 2 '. Reform, with M. H. Twitchel as a o i' sample, and call it an "avowed as purpose" or what not, you will see t ly the demonstration repeated, no mat- d ter whether you think it "necessary',s W or not. It is useless for the Republi- t d can party here to think of giving as i, an honest ticket, it's out of the ques tion, for they have not one wasn who has b the confidenes or respect of the e decent white people of oar parish. S e "It is impossible to make a silk pure Sfrom a nong's ear.n 5 MXaes Keeting at ComSbatta. I in Parsuant to call, the eitizens'of the s arish of Bed River asembled at the t a ourt House, in the town of Coushat * ta, on Wednesday, the 17th day of is July, A. D., 1874. a- The meeting was organised by elect un ogC. D. Bullock, President, and J. F. Stephens sad B. C. Lee, Seieta- I ot On motion, The President explain- ' it ed the object of the meeting. ' Joseph Pierson, Eaq., was then call e d for, who addressed the peeting nto a lear, eloquent and focilble speech. , His address to the cored peoplO, a 4 number of whm. wasl present, was e appropriate sad pointed. Mr. Pier Sson is an excellent speaker sad wields b s polishedblade.... a The next rp ealr sied to the "- stand was apt. B. W. Mareden, who ot responded to the call In a short bat ' forcible and efective eeh. he Major J. W. 8anderford was nest ts called opouto address the meeting Swho respounded to the cdl in his usual he igorous, forcible and effective style; 'e he handled Our Carpet.pvernment a without gloves, 'o uting like a brick "h bat whetted, on a case knife," deep l CptT. W. Abney was next called out, who reponded' ,by ofering the ad following resolutions wheh were ad n opted without a disssigo rvole. )r. liesolved, Th~bwe, the pepple of el- the Parish of Riedl'Rive in ms mes et ' 'es in assembled, do bereby epmress our Sfal ccord and spatywith the siuM rnlgp 4obf thpoe OIa amt Ianato put down tht wrong, spell-~ o asrio sa op onl a ind has bo 1oe every tithat binde uoers d n Scommun cause, to maintain a com inp pl and esepast orgaisation, un- 1 tl sueeeas shall erewn our eforts and a r. restre our land to peace, prosperity so sad happines, . on Resolved, That weowi it distinet SIf anderstood tbhat we have no war to mrae apon an-l of eople in or, or previous condition; but the horde of tiev, robbersn and plua. eta dorerawdbohaveb ouh valn, pover ewhat they may, saldwe ls u determined toI ou damsau sad'qulre~ Resolved, That we proceed to or- 1 panize by forming clubs in each ward im the parish, preparatory to the work before us; that these clubs shall ,be controlled by a President, Vice President, a Secretary and assistant Secretary ;that the Presidents of these clubs together with a President to be chosen by them shall constitute a Cen tral Executive Committee. On motion, it was resolved that the meeting now proceed to organize clubs in each ward of the Parish; that the President of this meeting designate the names of two or more persons in each ward to organize clubs in their respective wards. In accordance with the above resolution the President appointed the following named per sons to organize clubs in their res pective wards, vi : Ward No. I.-T. E. Paxton, Benj. Wolfeon and T. H. Hamilton. Ward No. 2.-B. C. Lee, D. M. Gid dens and Jack Guening. Ward No. 3.-Major J. W. Sander ford, H. J. Ratcliff, Z. Holly and J. E. Murph. Ward No. 4.-B. W. Marsden, II. C. Stringfellow and Frank Wilson. Ward No. 5.-Thos. J. Jackson, P. S. Holmanand and A. 8. B. Prior. On motion of Joseph Pierson, Esq. Resolved, That the persons desig nated to organize their respective ward clubs proceed to do so without delay. On motion of T. W. Abney, Resolved, That the Secretaries of this meeting be requested to furnish a copy of the proceeding of this meek! ing to the Shreveport !T~es and Peo ple's Vindicator, at Natchitoches, for publication. o On motion the meeting adjourned sios die. C. D. BULLOCK, President. J. F. STEPHENS, B. C. LEE, Secretaries. s The "organ" of Saturday last, is dissatisfied with the "smmsary ejec tion" of the Republica. Reform lead ers from office, by the tax.-paying citizens, and says no demonstration was made opposing it, and why ? pray tell us, it was for no reason that they did not try, for that was surely the case, but the colored man knew as well as the white, that the officials in power were a thieving set, and were as anxious to rid the communi ty of their presence as any one. What do you call the threats of one who was appoiated by Gov. Kellogg, to burn Gins, Residences, slay white men, clothe our women and children, vs Eve of old, in fig leaves, and domi cile them in bark hats, is not that a demonstration ? We think so, and one with a vengeance. Whether the Republices and its friends believe it or not, but such nevertheless is the fact, the tax-paying people of Natchi toches have stood this rule of plan der just a long as they intend to, and the sooner the minds of those gen tlemen (t) who think contrary, are made up to submit, the better will it be for all concerned. Died. In this city, on Friday morning July 31st, 1874, Comnx LrrLE, infantdaugh ter of C. L. and M.L. Walmaley, aged 10 months and 15 days. Dear little Corinne! How often do we recall thy ever smiling face, bright with health and beauty. We offer to the afflicted parents the sympathy of a heart overshadowed by the same sorrow-a shadow that is never lifted from the soul. Dear baby Corinne ! A name and a mem ory ; and thsis all we have of thee on earth save the little grave that maternal love will care for, and laden with holy tears of affection ; but in Heaven, thou art among the angels, and thy loved voice which shall nevermore be heard by us on earth there helps to s well "the anthem of the skies." Another little form asleep, And a little spirit gone, Another little voice is hushed, Anda little angel born; Two little feet are on the way To the home beyond the skies, And our heart are like the void which coms, When a strain of musie dies. A pair of little empty shboes, And a lock of baby hair, The little toys our darling loved, And the dress she uied to wear The little pravein the shady nook Where flowers will love to grow, And these are all of the little hope Which came ten months ago. A FanamD. State Convention. A Call to the White People of the State of Lo4isiana. The Basis of Representation for the Convention. The State Central Committe of the democratic party of Loiuan, havingr disappointed the expectations and wish. a of the people of the country 'prishs in callinig state democratic convention to asemble in New Orlens on the fourth Wednesday in August, and in assuming 'to organize the democratle party in the opening ampaign; and therebeing no organized body authorized to eall a con vention of the white people of the State, we, believing that we represent, in this matter, the wishes of ninety.nine one hundreta of our white fellow.eltlseans ouggest: That the several parishes throughout the Stat and th several wards in the city of New Oreas, elet or appoint delegates to a Convention of the white people to assemble In AIesadriain rap. Iaes per. Teueday, the ASAlay ci Septaember, 1874, o nomialat a State Treserer and members of Conpgress ibr the everral Vongesstional districts; to thoroughly organize the white people if Louisiana for tho redemption of the State from the control of ignorant, cor. rapt and ineapable men, and to promul. gate a platform explaining to the world the true aims and objects of the White Man's party to be, not the deprivation of any class of their rights and liberties, but the establishment of a just and econ. omical government in the State, for the protection of the interests, rights and liberties of all men within its borders irrespective of race, color or previous condition of servitude. That the Wasls of representation for the Convention of the white people shall be the same as the representation for the last democratic convention, as follows : Ascension........ 3 Morehouse........3 Assumption......5 Natchitoches...... Avoyelles........4 Onachita..........4 Baton Rouge East 5 Plaqaeminnes......1 Baton Rouge west 1 Pointe Conpee ....3 Bienville.........5 Rapides....... 5 Bossier...........5 Re River........ Caddo..........10 Richland .........1 Calcasien.. Sbine...........3 Caldwell.........2 St. Bernard.......1 Cameron.........1 St. Helena........4 St. Charles.......1 Carroll............3 Catahoula........3 St. Jno. Baptist 2 Claiborne .......10 St. James........3 Concordia........1 St. Landry......16 De8oto.........4 St. Martin........b 'Feliciana, East...5 St. Mary.........6 Feliciana, West...2 St. Tammany.....2 Franklin .........4 T1nsas............ Grant ............. Terrebonne....... 4 Iberia...........I Tangipihoa,......1 Iberville.......... Union......... S Jackson .........5 Vermillion .......8 Jefferson..........7 Vernon .......1 Lafayette.........5 Washington......2 Lafourche........6 Webster ....... 1 Livingston........2 Winn.........2 Madison........... PARISH or ORLEANS. First Ward........7 Ninth Ward.....7 Second Ward. ...9 Tenth Ward.....9 Third Ward ......19 Eleventh Ward..6 Fourth Ward...... Twelfth Ward..3 Fitth Ward........9 Thiteenth ward 3 Sixth Ward.......6 Fourteenth ward 2 Seventh Ward......6 Fifteenth Ward 3 Eighth Ward.....,. We earnestly invite the cooperation of the papers throughout the State, favora ble to the White Man's party, in this eall for a convention, to assemble at Alexandria on the tirst of September. Committee of Seventy. M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Chairman. M. H. Carver, W. A. Ponder, D. Pierson, - L. Charleville, Henry Levy, a Joseph Martin, J. C. Trichel, T. Chaler, J. A. Doeonrnau, W. W. Breaseale, Amb. Sompsyrac, Sidney Harrison, W. 0. Breazeale, I. Kahn, J. Genius, C. H. Levy, J. D. Addison, J. W. moddath, Jno. Genoe, M. Hertzog, P. A. Simmons, W. H. Jack, 8. 0. Seruggs, T. Sebhuman, J. E. Keegan, Wm. M. Levy, A. Prudhomme, Felix Bouis, B. A. Terrett, Joe. Henry, R. E. Hammett, E. V. Debieux, Ed. Phillips, L. A. Deblieus, A. V. Carter, W. B. Butler, J. B. Flemming, Win. Payne, Willis Holmes, E. Mason, J. H. Cosgrove, Jacob Kile, Jno. Bludworth, W. S. Campbell, C. A. Bullard, Mortimer Perot, V. Gannie, H. A. Weaver, N. H. Campbells R. W. Taylor, J. M. B. Tucker, Dr. Cassidy, W. E.Lnssell, Sam'l. Parson, Chas. LeRoy, Geo. Dunean, J. J. Rains, A. Leeomte, J. F. DeVargas, C. L. Walmsley, T. J. Jennings, T. Haller, H. McKenna, Alex. Garsa, M: Tauzin, Valery Mrphy, B. L. Faulkner 8. M. Hymps, B. I. Kearneyr. D. W . 0. W. BAucuwa. G. G. WEss. Jao. Wau.aac. Jas. WAu.ac.L WALLACI & CO., -Irmperte a Wbdel.le DeIleks I DRY GOODS, 11 &-3 MAGAZINE 8treet, and 79, 81, 85, 87 & 89 COMMON Street, . NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 1ly. DANIBL PRATT'S IMPROVED SOTTON SIN. PRICE REDUCED o S4 'Pw Slaw. •. lWALEY, Agent, j8t44L . N4TOfafO1CHI .. NORMANL. UNDERHILL, JUSTICE of the PEACE, Ur WaD, crrT or szTON OUGE. 4P . Vre'o l ps em aIs W. sahhu.Stee IN a.r.cnrocr , La. DETAI deaer l in Fancy and Staple LGrocerte, CHOIC FPLOUR, 8UOAR, COFE, RICE, HAMS, BACONI, TOBACCO, WINES - ....., - AND Ala. agent te te IIQOURS. B(ALuarIQUE DES PYRENEES, a IWee tsk fori uvis sapet er indac-. msnt offend t drier. Jane?-- 6n i 0 HENRY GENIUS, Worker in Tin, Copper and SHEET 10R1N. Corner FRONT & TRUDEAU STS., NATCHITOCHES, LA. Also1 constantly on hand all kinds of HEATING AND COOKING STOVE8 of the most improved patterns. All my stoves sold .t city price and guaranteed to be as represented. Lib eral advantages offered to the trade. Also, a fine stock of Tinware, Metallic Roofing, are. Gutters and pipes promptly and care fully repaired. HENRY GENIUS, Corner Front and Trudeau Sta., Natchitoches, La. Jan. 17, 1874.-Iv. osWe60 Silver Gloss Starch. FO1 TRE LAUNDRY. Manufactured by T. KINCSFORD & 8ON, HAS BSCOMI A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY. It. great e:celleaue bha iHerited the common dtion of turope for Amerian manufacture. PULVERIZED CORN STARCH, -Prepared by T. 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It is pre-eminently ,The Best Family Paper that is published in thiseountry, from its never outaining anythbing that would offend the feelings of any one, either in a religious or political sense, or that could not be read at any fireside without objection from the most fastidious. The circulation of the iaturday Even. ing Post, through not quite so large perhpas its younger contemporaries, is not, its that of some of them, fluctu ating, and too often short-lived, but SUN11, SOLID AND SUBSTATIAL, based upon two intrinsic marit of the pa per itself and not dependent on any ex. traneous Influences, such a the populari ty of individual writers, &o. Good, however, as the Saturday Even ins Post has been 16 tim pas, it Is our intention to make it still better in the fture, and with this object in view we will sdeet a maked improvement in eve ry department of the pape~r, and will call to our esastance wr te of admitted ability and known reputation. By nlcreasing its former attrastlegs, and adding many judicious and plesa |lo noveltes, by studying how to plese Scultiva the popular taste, by In ereasig ndustry and enterprise, and by enlarged taclities, we hope to make new ids with seek ad every issue, sand coatinue to maintain the claim of the Saturday Evening Post to its title of TIg OLDt AND THmE m= of Family Story Papers. Terms to tubsaribers: One year I espy 300 One month 25 " eopies 5.00 Two monthe 50 " 4 eoples 10.00 Three mo. 75 " 9 copies 0.00 Four mo 100 To any o sending10 fr a Club of 9, an additional copy will be seat FREE. Speelim copies can be bad on ppli. cation. We Bmploy no Travelin Agnts. AU communications m t be addressed to R. J. C. WALKER, Propietor, 727 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. WEEKLY Stmurday Paeket. For Grand leers, mtgouery, Alenumdria Plaslle, Norman's, arb's, And All Way Landings, The A 1 KYMalleant and fast =tne sn dWeel passenger "IART ABLE! . c. ramaou, I' .. Derur. Clerks 1IflL1:rus aleoh g as the wster .111 ermilt . e., oesoreAe verySeatr'y astat 1. s .leouemol**ryTeve ay aly t ai s , -m. Duorlt lowwater s'esi , the Bart Able will be replaced by the A light draft steamor SABINE! For freikht or Pssr* aplO a bnard ar te JJTE5 L.El M rn The World's Favorite. THE SALES of the SINGER In t y: was the greatest ever attsined .'r any Sewing Machine in a year, aud wse nearly double the sales of its higLh competitor, a may be seeon by refere:... to the account of sales for 1873, fr.:., sworn returns made to the owners of II. Sewing Machine Patent-from whi:. statistics we select the live leading z:. chines, viz: The Singer soli 232,; " Wheeler & Wilson,' " 119,1: SDomestic, " 40,1i " Grover & Baker, " 3,171 " Weed, " 21',7t, It will be observed that the differenci, in favor of the SINGER, is the en rmo:, amount of 113,,54 aver the highest coe. petitor. This result has been obtaint, after years of competition. We submit to an interested public ift is claiming too much to say - the Siunzcg is the most popular Sewing Machine i. the world. GEO. W. BOBERTS, Agent: Singer Manufacturing Co., AtckhitoAhM, I. June 20-3m. J. F. DITTRICH. "-Importer and Dealer in RIFLEU1, G.S & PISTOL~s, Gan Materials, Amunition and Cut lory, Breech-loading double gone, of :E latest improved paterns. Sole agent for the "Bisumark Doubl. barrel Needle Gun. .Jb. 8a Cartres Street, NEW OBLEANS, LA. Izssle lnders altered to Breach loadcr Also repairing done with neatness eo:J dispatch. All work warrented. March 7--ly. NEW ORLEANS AND GOBAND ECOkIE PACKET COMPANY. PEOPLE'S LINE. CAPITAL STOCKi............ 100,00C DiMdel inte Shar es t$100 00 Each. 0058 0O SUBnCRIPTION for treek Is the J above Complny, moguld oee ltpg to the law of Lbisuiauabre m ee S.cor a .tlas t are I uw openedl bi btehes, atL the oioe of I Dura.q.. o is b satbfrised and e is ash ar whoa es, asy theo . 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