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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS.' nuesda'5s Odition. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regulates the Bowels. See .Joshua flea's new advertise ments. The excursion to Donaldeonville, cia the N. O. Pacific, was composed of about seventy-five persons from this city, who came back in the evening, op schedule time, thoroughly satisfied with their trip. A meeting of the City Council has been 1 called for Thursday evening.at 4 o'clock, I at which time Col, Wheelork is expected 1 to attend to confer with the' members ` regarding the matter of a landing for 'i the transfer boat of the N. O. l'acific I. R., and the establishment of depots. etc. Mtnr young friend Willie (;esell, is s again on his iquarter-cleck, at his store , corner of Florida and Third, with a fine stork of' stoves, tin-ware, &c., which he c will sell cheap tier cash. II, is ready to t attend to all work in his line, with proilmpt les's. Go and initerviiw him. Mike (Charnmbers, is coming t tthe front wit Ii a new assortment of hook., t stationery, p...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 September 1881

'TE IONITOR IBIIBC. T110T OF !r **ILLIANT CA., 3 $er O@r T13 NOTED CIbPED. ElATE IRONCLAD. ' i l,. II. Eggleston in Philadelphia Timer,] When the Federals abandoned the n~'vy yard at Norfolk in 11 they set fire to the vessels lying there In ordina" ry. Among these was the Merritao, one ofa class of vessels which, when they were built, were considered the ftinest specimens of naval arehitteqtnre afloat. On the occasion in question the Merri snlai was burnt to the Water line. Her machinery remained intact and it was determined by the Conefiderato authori ties to make of what remained of her an Ironclad ram that woltd give some tfrou bie to the enemy's vessels lying in tie wateirs ,of Virginia. A structure of oak, sloping like the roof of a houns,was built upon the old hulk, tanl this woodWork was ervered with plates of wrought iron, two inches thick. ThI'l ends of these plates, where they rested on the edge of thi hulk, extended about a foot under water. Beolow that line the vessel wa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. be ex ýhursdaý's dition. in in BReed's ilt Edge Tonic Regulates the toi Bowels. va - Ar Among other articles of merchandise, ini E. D. Thomas has just received a lot of wl dry goods and boots and shoes, to which spi he invites attention. The colored camp meeting begiqs to- 8 day at the Garrison Grounds where ex- fra tensive preparations have been made to pei accommodate the visitors. Miu Chicago is now jealous of St. Louis Ma because the latteihas twenty-five mur- ent derers awaiting trial while she has only tin twenty-three. Turn Gittean loose. ten The Carl Shurz has taken the place of per the ferryboat Irene, while . *. being overhauled and receiving additional Job machinery which will greatly increase the her speed. Rot - - tool ERRATA.-The compositor failed to tair correct the proof in Tuesday's issue, and T thereby credited an article of the N. O. tiri States, to the Times, entitled Mexican- con izing Mississippi. sio Monsieur Grouchy, the amiable restau- T ratcu...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 September 1881

TEE COI(TITVT@nv. pa Vienna Sentinel. Thr of our contemporaries of the press who so strenuously advocate a new constitution, would confer a grbater favor upon their readers and the people of the State generally, if they would point out and discuss the errors in' the present constitution instead of abusing the instrument as tq a whole. As yet no particular errors have been shown, no good reasonh given why we should change our con ntittion, nothing more than a general attack against it, Let our contem poraries be more specific in their charges against our organic law. Let ai us go on principles that govern us in our criminal courts, quash the indict mnent unlessit plainly sets forth the charges upon which conviction is , sought, or acquit the accused unless to the evidence clearly establishes the tl offense. The press of the State can be of tit great advantage to the people of the p the State and to the legislature, if it tl wil discuss this matter in a fair and irapassionate manner, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 September 1881

a(;ii~iiis~ .-.: · ·s, as a 4i · W. A. LeSUEUR, *lishe City Par g L. JABTREMATON REditor. 0 ," , VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISI , TH ýgDAY SEý' R ATTORNEYS. C C. BIIt Ahnoar Air LAw. Wil *. attend prompty to all business intrustes o him. Office on Convention street, betweei Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. SW. POPE, Arrorun AT LAW and . Notary PobL Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Bp te  ion Tiven to the col. ection of acounts, taking testimony under coin mission, and to ai other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr'4 v2n13 rIHOS. B. DUPREE ATTOaRs 4. and Counselor at Law. Offlce--lo. 6, Pike's -tow. Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Conrts. HLERRON &e BEALE, SATTORunys and COUNSeWRsBS ATLAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bush ness entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. S. Herron.... .........L. D. Beale. AVROT...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 September 1881

A. aI.141a c ...........bu.U BATON ROUGE SEPT. 6, 1881. . A Chicago lunatic killed five persons with a revolver Saturday before he could ho arrested. The best preventive of consumptive diseaae of the lungs, bowels or kidneys i Brown's Iron Bitters. It checks all dletay. The Georgia Legislature has passed a bill to suppress Mormonism in that State. Every State should have a sim ilar law, to be stringently enforced. Two Iowa farmers have been at law for a long while ever the ownership of some calves that long since became beelf: The costs already incurred amout to $2,300, and the ond is not yet. The late Duke of I'ortland was a sen sible man and had a high appreciation of newspapers. lIo uscd to subscribe for four copies of any newspaper that pleod him, and spout over $6,000 a year in subscriptions. Hon. Mr. Fasse, Greenback candidate for State Senator, in I)avis county, Iowa, who said that President Garfield was a nmeanorman than Guiteau, has ieen compelled to withdraw front the can...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. . Sida'd s Odition. Reed's (lilt Edge Tonio Reg latee the B s. To Ameng the callers at odr offloe yester day were the diminutive editors of the Spider Webb, a little piper formerly published at Gretna. Thoy ore aged re spectively twelve and thirteen, and ex hibit a high appreciation of the art pre sarvative. We hear complaints about some par ties, whose names are Inlknown, taking down and moving the signs of our busi ness men and displpeing and piling dry goods boxes across the pavements. This in a punishable offense, boys, -and may get you into tronble. " Repairs on the sidewalks are progress. nlg slowly. It in hoped that all con cerned will at once take advantage of Mr. (arig's generous offler and push the work forward. The ofler is doubtless a Ilmitedoene,and may he suspended just at themoment when the backward have concluded to take advantage of it. This would considerably increat the cost of the aork. We were pleased to greet in our sanc turn, yesterday, Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 September 1881

New Orleans Statees. CakLoTnrsyvILLR, V.a., August 23.] .-In thefall of 1870 we wen to ',zipg ton to visit Gen. and Mrs. Lee. Per feotly do I recall my impression of the georal as he advaneed to meet me. The preoccupied, caresworn express 'iton thll his face had worn during the war gone, and he looked 'as I had rem eab6red him years before. He had accepted the resulteof the war. There was no reserve of bitterness, no useless regrets, but the brave determination to make his life useful. If the true indication of genius is the power of concentration upon any given subject, Gen, Leedemonstrated it in his active, thorough interest in hisdutiesaspresi dent of a college. One felt that it was not a forced interest, butadeep solici tude for the youth of the country. Looking better for several years, energetic and active, how was it possi ble to realize that death was waiting in the near future-merciless death that heeded not a people's cry that he might be spared to lead in peace as he had ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 September 1881

it . * .5 -. l ii Wti. L.STEUB, P bliher onicial Journal or the City aUx Aaris a.. VOL.3. BATON I'OUGE" LOUISIANA, THURSDA' .SEPTLrEBR 8 VOL. 3"s ATTORNEYS. .." M/V VNýNýMrurMNMI~AM~~MM C J, . D ATToanT AT LAw. Will La1M~d mpt·- to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. (C W. PO , ATTaORNY AT LAw and C. ar Port Allen, West Baton Ronum . Speeal attention given to the col lectionl accoasts, takidg testimony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the pariah of West Baton Rouge, apr4 v2n13 I EHOF. B. DUPREE, ArroKNET 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Now, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HERON t& BICALE, H ArroaxarYs sand Co! xassoas AT LAw. Olies on North Boulevard street, near the cost oflice, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. 8. Barron............

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 September 1881

LIO 0 - A.O .OU-E S.. Pr. ..88. BATON ROUGE SEP. 8,* M8. J. G. Sefton, the well known actor,, as dead. He was about 70 years old. The recent oeneus shbows the popula tion of India to be two hundred and Aift two million. Troops are being hurried into the In dian country for the purpose of exter suinating the warlike tribes. The Lebanon Shakers number 350, c two-thirds of whom are women and a girls, and their property is valued at a $1,500,000. New York has a law which prevents a a man sending his wife back to her pa- t uents for support. Matrimony is becom- n ing less attractive every day. New York has a law which preventa B a man sending his wife back to her pa-f rents for support. Matrimony is getting 0 less attractive every day. ii h A Virginia lady refused to marry ac ball headed man, though he was a mil lionaire. She explained: "We'd have P a family fight sometime, and no hair to t catoh hold of." ri An authority says that Pennsylvania's a great coal supply will be exhausted in ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. uý endau's 4taftn. f Reed's (tilt Edge Tonic Regslates heh >.le* The warfare on oa dilapidated pave. mlonte still continues. t The best preventive of rlnetptive d dinseaso of the longs, "owea or kidneys la Brown's Iron flitters. It oheakck all r lnoney. Now il the time to plant turnips. nLot f tihoca who Vul eld to get a good stand replint; the outlay will make a gten1 c, return to the diligent husbanldmane ,l 'I'iTeoe of our farmers Waho have mnade 4 a Crop of uow-pea" sh"1h4l1i nut tail to a gather them, Lot thiorn recolloet the y high pricerlo that nlew qllommIanditcI lant spring when they wanted oenme to )plant. Il In anrother c uolurm IIll bt oo'n Rit thei earl of thanks at Mfesrs., Arbourr & vi Inro., who tenalcor their oaknowledge- hi Alnlets to ie w0 o 9"e wheo as timely tin prnventing th Ce burning of their mil. s4e 'Thes ont work one h the rate t IHolso Li comnloucied Monday, andl the workmeen Jul are pnshling the work forware with a viit thaIt Is con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 September 1881

SVI Allh D HIS 'IA I819 The Battle of Qettysbarg. Gtwvrreantuen, PA., Aug. 24, 1881. In jaunting about th. batie-flelds and studying in our crude way,, the campaigns of our war we cannot beo being convinced that the art of ""at has not improved for centuries. In this regard it much resemble* other arts. What has been the improve ment in the plastic art since Phidias I The broken-nosed Buonarratti, with all his genius, (and he was a regular I'olyhodfton-and Admirable Crichton of' hi4 day,) nIevvr turned from his deft hands a staitlue that could cotn pare with those fashioned by tihe mighty rmaster who had gone over to the nmIjority mtre than It thousrnud sears before him. Where has been the improvements in arclhitecture since the old masters irearedl the Coll souni and the Parthnon ? The Al hambra, St. Peter's, and our Capitol are meorei prtchwork conmpared to them. No hat we wish to say there have not been minor improvements in war, in armsn, prjectiles, etc., but it cannot he denie...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 September 1881

TIa ,,~;1" · - . ~ ' : h " "f " I· ' '' MILLI m u i m n .. . 3 . : " " rý t fit ýý "4 tp V' .+ 7 a · . ý .,f v ,4 W. A. LefUIjJR Pfbllbhew Otfloieifourraaa of thRe City ba Peis1r. L. JA81TRI K ditor. # ' VOL.8.3. BATON ROUGE" LOUISIANA, SATURD S SEPTEMW· Y ATTORNEYS. r C. BIRD, ATTOINYE AT LAW. Will . attend promptly to all businees intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Churc streets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ATroaYer AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton F.onge, La. Special attention given to the col. leict.on of accounts, taking testimony under corm mrssion, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish oft West Baton Rouge. apr14 v2n13 r1iHOe. B. DUPREE, ATTORNEY I and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row. Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Conrts. SEHRRON &I B3EALE, ATTORNEYS and CouINSg s AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, n lr the pot office, Bitoen ouge...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 September 1881

Ie s JA$SUT Nsx............Edito W. A. I UmEWs b... ........ hbUs-er BATON ROUGE SEPT. 10, 1881. J. G. 8efton, the well known actor, is dead. He was about 70 years old. The recent census shows the pepula tion of India tp be two hundred and fifty-two million. Troops are being hurried into the In -dian country for the purpose of exter minating the warlike tribes. The Lebanon Shakers number 350, two-thirds of whom are women and girls, and their property is valued at $1,500,000. Seven new stores have been built in Beaumont, Texas, within the past forty days, and as many dwelling houses. Life in that town! New York has a law which prevents a man sending his wife back to her pa rents for support. Matrimony is getting less attractive every day. A Virginia lady refused to marry a ball headed man, though he was a mil lionaire. She explained: "We'd have a fan4ly fight sometime, and no hair to catch hold of." An authority says that Pennsylvania's great coal supply will be exhausted in anoth...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 September 1881

SiIl AnI HIS Tlls VES. The Battle of Gettrysbar. GaTTYSI4UIan , PA., Aug. 24,1881. In jaunting about the battle-fields and studying in our crude way, the campaigns of our war we cannot help being convinced that the art of war has not improved for centuries. In this regard it mtch resembles other arts. What has been the improve ment in the plastic art eince Phidias ? 'rhe broken-nosed Buonarratti, with all his genius, (and he was a regular Polyhedron-and Admirable Crichton of his day,) never turned from his deft hands a statue that could corn pare with those fashioned by the mighty master who had gone over to *the majority more than a thousand years before him. Where has been the improvements in architecture since the old masters reared the Coli seum and the Parthenon' The Al- t hambra, St. Peter's, adl our Capitol t are mere patchwork compared to ' them. Not that we wish to"say there have not been minor improvements I in war, in arms, projectiles, etc., but it t cannot he denied tha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 September 1881

-COe ga$Ta&.it ............Udtr We. . A. Le B ............ Prbllmher BATON ROUGE SEPT. 10, U881, A Chicago lunatic killed five persons he with a revolver Saturday before he could be arrested. . The bent preventive of consumptive tw diseoasesof the lungs, bowels or kidneys Ca isBrown's Iron Bitters. It checks all in decay. _ Sul The Georgia Legislature has passed a iw bill to suppress Mormonism in that wv State, Every State should have a sim- Ch ilar law, to be stringently enforced. W, Two Iowa farmers have been at law od for a long while ever the ownership of firu some calves that long since became To beef. The costs already incurred oti awmont to $2,300, and the end is not yet. The late )unko of Portland was a seon- rl sible man and had a high appreciation we of newspapers. lie used to. subscribe opr for four copies of any newspaper that hel pleased him, and spent over $6,000 a Mi year in subscriptions. WI: lion. Mr. Fa"se, Greenback candidate for State Senator, in Davis county...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 September 1881

4 -- - -- C LOCAL MATTERS. pa, - - -:--.=: -- Chi aChi Sesdda 's OlditIon. . ------- -. - ---- ~- out Ree('s g;ilt Edge Tonic Regulatee the dre Bowels. no Am'ng the call rs at our offiee yester day were the diminutive editors of the To: Spider Webb, a little p"per formerly publishe'd at Gretna. They are aged re specotively twelve and thirteen, and ex- thu hibit a; high ,appreciatlon of the art pro ecri arvltive,'. nee We hear ':omplainte about ottle par- sins tioe, whosn names are unknown, taking Mr. dlown and movllng the signs of our busi- tor ine men and displacing and piling dry adt goods bole across the pavlementt. 'This l(t1 in a punieh,blo offensell, boyse, land Iay and get youe inte tronblel, ant Itepair-s on the sidewalks are progress u ing slowly. It is hoped that all con corned will it once take advantage of' pro Mr. (:arig's gtenronl0 offer and push the llbei work fo,,rt ird. Thoe offer is doubtless athe limited oln,aflnd may hen suspendcd just at hat the moment when th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 September 1881

3' Coitep stdrler. It was a wrm twilight in early Oc tober when the new schoolmaster arrived at the Forks. He came on loot, with his traveling bag slung over his back by means of A cane, a sturdy young man with red hair and an inde pendent gait. He held his head as if he was determined to thrust through every obstacle which came into his way, and looked neither to the right nor to the left, though a glance over his shoulder would have revealed to him. through the fringes of the gigantic pine trees, a sunset picture suhb an is seldom seen in this cold New England country. There was more than the itvnal num- I her of sitters in the store that night, s drawl. thither by the fact that the now schoolmaster was exiiected, and when t the gentlemen reached the dingy little n building, they were all on the steps to greet him. t, "New Schoolmaster, I calkerlate: step a in and be sosiberble awhile, hey '" h said the storekeeper, who was also the I school agent and the mill owner-the ,t one gre...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Shurtdan's 4Odition. Reed's Gilt Edge .Tonic Regulates the Bowels. The warfare on our dilapidated pave ments still continues. Now is the time to plant turnip. Let those who failed to get a good stand replant; the outlay will make a good return to the diligent husbandman. Those of our farmers who have made a crop of cow-peas should not fail to gather them. Let them recollect the high price that peas commanded last spring when they wanted some to plant. In another column will be seen the card of thanks of Messrs. Arbour & lro., who tender their acknowledge ments to those whose aid was no timely in preventing the burning of their mill. The stone work on the State Housen commenced Monday, and the workmen I are pushing the work forward with at vim that is commendable. We under stand that the working force will be in- t creased as tfast as possible. j Bear this in mind, ye confreres of the press. The Press Convention which as semblel here last Monday, was the first body...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 September 1881

+res5Mw aw7 --U is- h . f*** ass. Was Cesus Lee. New Orleans State.. CRARLOTTSSVILLE, Va., August 8. -In the fall of 1870 we wenttoexing ton to visit Gen. and Mrs. Lee. Per fectly do I recall my impression of theI, general as he advanced to meet me. The preoccupied, earesworn express ion that his face had worn during the o war gone, and he looked as I had rem embered him years before. He had 1 accepted the resultsof the war. There was no reserve of bitterness, no useless t regrets, but the brave determination to make his life useful. If the true indication of genius is the power of { concentration upon any given subject, Gen. Lee demonstrated it in his active, thorough interest in hisdutiesas presi dent of a college. One felt that it was b not a forced interest, butadeep solici tude for the youth of the country. : Looking better for several years, energetic and active, how was itpossi ble to realize that death was waiting e In the ne~ar future-merciless death that heeded not a peopl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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