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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 October 1881

need's uiit IYgP Tosic roers ti Liver. , M "ome people think it an # se{8 to ,f oglºe those T Protf j. IL adelph-has4$h ie Aýp w t of the entire community h the los in of Oim b.id, oyWs.Whee a s 5' A6 1trsghibe fellow, and hin lose will ea be long felt by his grieved parents. at Statement of cottonshipped last eek, ed ending Sunday :, Wni, sdtF, Si4 bafles; A. Jackson, 120; David & Garig, 7e; 0 LtA. E. Thielman, 60; H. G. Gainfer, 50; or Henry Schorten, 31; W. G. Randolph or & Co., 13; J. C. Favrot, 4; A. Blunt 2. Bc Total bales, 760. Parties desirous of securing board in IH a private family will do well to caiInslt at an advertisement in this Issuea. The th family is of the highest standing, and te; equail in' intelligence to that of any in sc this city. Further information can be obtained by addressing 'M.' carn of the CA'1T0.JAN office. fo Yom Kippur, or dlay of atonement, te C, commenced Sunday evening at sundown and continued until the twinkle of the stars Monday night....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 October 1881

4- PU~a&69fira Of aspaid Ibtsta 'h dset tdsYLt e gathroing thn ierp ti ie air, ii~~ii~~ii~~i jsd W ·+ri weed$aea d Yltiirri d, ttn he gtern hrn, $nnirkspi( ietepth prolong, Thei m ty'voieet payer. g t '210. fo~nd thund~ersr And ilashes round, When 71t Y breaks upon the shore. Anies'vy~od s the heavens rush o'er, 4Md wain send forth deep sound.d -;_ustholliROe'en than these, the shrine, 1 gre low theloved islying, - SW*.i res glimtmerings of a love divine, I and sorrow softly shine, t barof the Dying. C ; d- q is there. He calls his own,. a gently mild. , hotirs, and to BHis throne, `lisaints and angels dwell alone,. 80sa4 his Ilthvdd child. Ti aor an angel that wo gaze: ¶ T A r ent of heaven, Shrouded awhile in misty haze. As morning vils her glowing lrays. Ere nightathr is driven. 'Tis holy !-holy thus to rest, I]leside a spirt flyin Though aaghtsh fills the watcher' hreast, .Yet 6'en tothem-'t, holest, The Chamber of the Dying' PrODEEDINGS -OF TIlE aI GOF SlWEBVISORS -OF THE I...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 October 1881

eed's Gilt Edge Tonic relates th Several Baton Rougesap '"#ie de sted for the to Ez pa·· ar. P. Stocking, ther i g1plsled.e lent isin thecity, glhlis acoustomed lUdead His patrone wilL*(t4ligirat - uis usal stopping place, tfr g ont'1id Street, whpreliap ws ed tereceive their calls hdr1 aiso ,1o well to renmember that he remains but a&short time, and hasten the.4ay of coneultation. We learned from a mechanic, .a few days ago, that within the past two years, over twohundred houses have ,eef built in the thriving town of Plaquemine. Now is the time to begin work here. Good residences are in demand, ,and will be more so in a few months. Capitalists who have idle cash could not invest their money to better advantage than building houses of this character. We aropleased to note the success which isAttending the mercantile efforts of our young friend George Buchel. Er ery day his stock has increased rntihis establiebment is now full to overflow ing. This week he received a lot of dry ...

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

IS : ..Va iew of* !q* Beted, whatiere ,case the StateHSut catuot leted in time, iys be tigal; assemble in New Orleas. note question of polic or .pent one ofconstruction, Sthe constituation has spok Ssuibect with no uncertain cle 1&0 provides, "the seat of 'government shall be and remain at the city qf Baton Rouge." The same b article directs the leglature to make appropriation for the remoi of the archives, and, authorizes the oRt of Batont.Rouge to issue certificateT of Indebtedness to the amount of 35,00. P Article 21. The General Assembly n shall meet at the seat of governmeint on tile second Monday of May, '1882, at 12 o'crook noon and biennially 0 thereafter." 1 Article ?2. And he (the Governor) mbry, on extraordinaff occasions, con-G vene theGeneral Assembly at the seat3 of government, or if that shouldl have t becomb dangerous from an enemy or from an epidemic, at a different place." 111 thus be observed that Baton lared to be the seat of , and that all the sessions a ene...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 October 1881

'A" r 1~~* E ri a ,  . L.AS j ir 7.a . e" a" e, t VOL. -w B TON .AL ________r________F. t ý,. z A.iýSý:ý kk"ST ý'ýF` ztý+ - ~iZý.3 .!fk";VrJ .ý1. "ý,M' ~tr l , . ATTOENEYS. C .m , Aroannt AT LAw. Will * atten prom to all business lutrusted to l Ollo  uona'Qbommt,oe, botwes to bl, ee str Iloo f s t. Third and Ohusre s ,rae.om n opt, Rogg eC, La glUd" nw iven to od. letin' of moo t, taking test ony m W fasioW, a d to all other matt req nh artentiao of m Attorney or Notary in the .sofWest latas 1 apIt r114 v*n1 and Counselor at Law. OfI.e-4o. 6, Pike's t Row, Bato R oue, La. Will praatt e in the State and Federal eourts. HLIIRRON & BHIALE, _A'rrof n sts and CouesnLoss AT LAW. ll Ol ,on North Boulevard street, near the ~ot oflice, liston BIt ae, La. Will attend to al law buat. sees ontrued to them in this and adjoining ,parishes. A. . Herron..... . ...L...LD. BeLte. FAVROT & LAMON, Arroa. FAM1 rT LAW. Office on North Bo/tvard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attende all law ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 October 1881

e xN i........:) w, A. Usqs e.....I..t. j BATON PAE, OT93g l 1 ~'. They say fortune li a uW , and ear + prliousn. But a"ttomimtne h: e is a gqod woian, and gives to t4los wooh 11Now, that tl. rold r0e gnd his c oemmrnusion n t)e ar, In usPnMad foreign potentates breathe S ount up mans cilamitles i would seem happy? iBut in truth Ba lamity leaves fully half of your li Utin touched. Incghr, i nl draws larger crowds than ' any othel lootarer, and he will Rob up - serenely with the largest crowd here. after. For the next three years and a half "' ` the average Ohio man will have the privilege of peleplng through the cracks of the White Ioust Ibonce. qaen Christine, of weden, is t regtu cause ltheyri w are not wone m." The nalne of the Tax Collector of iabine tpatish appears upon the delan cquest tax list, The Houthron days he didn't make enough out of the ollce to pay his taxes. -. A Virginian with at one tuime paid Mtxes on 4100,000 was sentmoeed the other day for horse-stealing. li...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 October 1881

LOCAL MA T RS. Reed's (lilt Edge Tonic Regulates the Bowels. ;The Veteran Association will hlpid its sgmlar meeting irorrow night--Wed* neuday, the 12th Hst. Md. Win. 8. Booth has lately added a new line of goods to his stock. The an ohaneanent reached us too late for this iaise. Look out for it in our next. We are requested by Miss Zella l]en derson to state that the. location of her scheol has been removed from the build ing occupied by Mrs. Roe to that of Mr. SWn. Blackie, one block below the 8Ate House. The West Carroll Watchman, is a nd six-column, folio, jus tsarted at Floyd, La. It is a very neatipaper and credita bly edited by Mr. P. W. D)oFrance. We hope the now candidate will receive all the patronage it merits. It is the purpose of the managers of the work to place the offices in the 8tate House in order for occupancy as soon as possible, so that they will be iii readi ness for an emergency. If we havy an extra session of the Legislature they will be needed. Washington A...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 October 1881

We eted I peviousi crat di g th haid it the "MidLouisiana, .n' sion with the wroen ifremot would retrievoe I ', ta tion, and won p` nd. its acknowledged pow T ing the scheme D Ih- wrat s last n tl .l.n ' build the e shall stop o$ atn C to the proposi  i and most nt Il rt. We begleave m ow ever, tat the are ighty incoherent an using ''deal of gramx s and shockig rh toric over a. very small matter. The Demo crat does not oppose the building of the road-quite the contrary." This convinces us that this staunch and powerful friend and Ally of every scheme hithertoprojected for the ad vancemenu of the material interests of the people of Louisiana, in every part of the State, has no idea of beat ing the chamade. and proposing terms of capitulation or: not to put too fine a point on it; no idea of taking the back track. The people of East Felicianug have no special interest in a railroad which touches no where the borders of the parish. By sentiments of a common ances try, by incidents...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 October 1881

i y.·· agEUR,~~A Parses '8081 $7* :/ . r r t ATRom . I . t V exd Ib~-4 ` iNi'dN .ýY'ýJ'~u Iri GL5d ~ ~ lilv"ir~ JYYJ .U .-;k r A. ý.1. ý 'A: FI IýsIW·13x Pihji Y `` fCL16Li t~ E k 4 R ýn < M + i r q ý xI 1(eýr w Y , E ý } ýh M1ý ý' 'r· ' i i i i i,.i ý il p if ii i i t y ý ATTORNEY S. IR V M gtAL ro u A T LAw. W ill Arroanr and Chorhsuxest oa. aLs . Lea W. POPE, A AT LAW a d C Notary oublDo, Port Wa rt Baon fbr.La. 8peil ttnton toto the.· 14.1 ý of acoomte, feting By m luo, ad to other matters req ° ýtteatleS of an Attorney or N aintq F est Baton Rog. ap v a IWS. B. . O E ATTORNSET and Counselor .t o 6, PIth's ERow. Bon o Rou L..? practice in the iltate anL~~~LL~~~L~ ud Federal Gleam. HWBZRRIYsOnNo uN & BImT LAW. AL ATIer~r aN 00U l ORB~l AT 06I · cY·e on North Boulevard street, near tho pnt onie, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bud.· aness entrusted to them in this and aljoiling A.W. iloerron. ........... D. oBerale. GEOi. W~ron..· BUCK· I:R Attrn FGAVROT &z LAMO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 October 1881

BBATON ROU0EG, #1 The editor$ eate 'possum and G~inysuLopn ty, $V divoce suinion , t The cortomt eSo Alabama are sai iast year. The last issue of the ier began its 29t olo old but fresh and briet The explosion on the tigan tine Araoglia resulted in thesinking of S the vessel and the drowning of eight ten persons. The Lauderdale (Ala.) News says a farmer in Green county saved 25 tone of hay from a single acre of Bersbuda grass this season. A'sorious riot occurred in Kilkenny county, Ireland Sunday. One man died from the effects of bayonet stabs and another was fatally injured. A petition has been gotten up by the Democrats in New, York, against the admission of Senators Miller and Lap ham to the United States Senate. Two Mormons were rotten-egged at Green Hill, Ohio, the other day, for giv ing expression to language defamatory of President Garfield. Served him right A poor young man remarks that the only advice l gets from capitalists is to "llte within his income," whereas the difll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 October 1881

LOCAL MATTRS. . det ebed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Sand Fever, sot A wool and'wheat'grower says: "It my belief that the real reason why re our *beat crops only yield half as nmuch as the English crops is that in England an( frmers utilize sheep asigrain Miowers, while we consider them only wool and muttonl makers."' b We inadvertently omitted to mention from the departure of our ybung typographi- Bee cal friend, Harry tuseton, for New Orleans, last week, where he has gone to "take a rack" in the Domocratoflce. Roe We hope him all the success his ~ijdest hopes may have pictured to him. peek not to pleasehb world, but your Jrttr own conscience. The man who h:as a Carl feeling within him that hle las (lone his duty upon every occasion, is far hap pier than lie who hangs iupon the sniles of the great, or the still more fickle fa vors of the multitude; When heavy rains follow a long spell, the potatoes which have completed To t their growth, if left in the ground, will. start Into growth, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 October 1881

-x .4 lIWICAISD t J.UW A. 3114h5. oame anldt1 ab U ees, Withhis44seds ;l lep; Lips thabt sew ast t s Never orehIe voise To the over that o'er him' Folded breou, Filth fi "' r 1 Beho be at te IWe Is, at best, with muse. O'er tbhe lle life a From our aghe ý,a e Free forevermore hrom bem; "Earth to eart,".p ed :h7 Blrathe no more thoe 0 Come away f 'Tie letter t He no more can troubleo o Underneath theelondlhIe 1i1 i Lay him where the wtobh . A renoe, no more his footseops roam b Here we seethe path doth end. Lovnlag brother, noble friend, ,God has called thee to come home. 8' " Neath the yoke we all must bend. h $uMMrr, Miae., Oct. 10th, 1881. C. n -- It AFTER MANY YEARS. ' On the 20th of September, 1865, b just sixteen years ago, James Baxter k left Stoutne county, this State, with 'r his wife, intending to emigrate to It Louisiana. Some place along thebor- a der he fell in with a man who gave B his name, as aac Young, and who Y obtained perneion to join the Bax ters, as he claimed t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 October 1881

W.A. LmI UR Publhe e . JASTIIEKI. Cto 4seOiod 1 r ..a 4 ý P2ý ý tý s ATTORNEYS. C, . BIRD ATroamT r AT LAW. Will s attend promptly to all business intrusted to hia. Oee on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ATroazntr AT LAW and " Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton BRoge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of accounts, taking testimony under coi* mission, and to all other matters requirang the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the.rish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v2n13 1 rHOS. B. DUPREE ATrORNrE and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rougeo La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. RERRO'N & BEALE, .ATORlsrsre and COUNSULoRs AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bus-. ness entrusted to them in this and adjtoining parishes. A. 8. Herron ................ L. D. Beale. F AVROT & LAMON, ArroR sI NYs AT LAW. Office on North Boul...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 October 1881

II teO. OA. GE, O ...... ..:. R i1 ]EATON ROUGE, OCTOSR 15, 1881. The editor of the Bossie nner eats 'possum and 'taters. Grayson county,Texaas has sixty-te divorce suits on the court docket. The corn and cotton crops o oth Alabama are said to av~age better than last year. The last issue of the Opelousas Cour- I ier began its 29th volume. Rather old, i but fresh and bright still. 4 The explosion on the Italian brigan tine Armonia resulted in the sinking of the vessel and the drowning of eight or ten persons. The Lauderdale (Ala.) News says a farmer in Green county saved 25 tons of hay from a single acre of lermuda grass this season. A serious riot occurred in Kilkenny i county, Ireland Sunday. One man died from the effects of bayonet stabs and another was fatally ii lured. c 8 A petition has been gotten up by the u Democrats in New York, against the a admission of Senators Miller and Lap- . ham to the United States Senate. Two Mormons *ere rotten-eggedsat 1 Green Hill, Ohio, the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 October 1881

DEDICATED TO JAMES A. nBICILuM. Come and view him as he lies, With his eyelids closed in sleep; Lips that now must silence keep ! lever more his voice replies To the opes that o'er him weep. Folded hands, on pnlseless ieat, Faithful heart' forever stlled. Weep not so; the Master willed Be should henceforth be at rest. Lifeis, at best, with sorrow lled. O'er the silent, lifeless form, gently place the coeln lid. oan our sight forever hid Free forevermore from harm; ".arth to earth," as God has bid. Breethe no more those bitter sighs; Come away ! 'Tis better so; He no more can trouble know. Underneath the cloudless skies, Lay him where the violets grow. Hence, no more his footsteps roam; Here we see the path doth end. Loving brother, noble friend, (lod has called thee to come home. "l eath the yoke we all must bend." tmumrr. Miss., Oct. 10th, 1881. C. AFTER MANY YEARS. On the 20th of September, 1865, just sixteen years ago, James Baxter left Stone county, this State, with his wife, in...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 October 1881

W. A. NZeZ . nI ... , .....ubh MaTON ROUGE, OCTOBER 15, 1881. They say fortune is r w iman, and ea pricious. But sometimes she is a gqo *omanis*, d gives to those *Aqt ali, Now, taat Col. Fred Grant has re signed his commission in the arply, In whas8 and foreign potentatee breathe easier. Count up man's calamities and who would seem happy! But in truth ca lamity leaves fully half of your life un touched. Ingersoll draws larger crowds than any other lecturer, and he dill Rob up serenely with the largesjc crowd here after. For the next three years and a half the average Ohio man will have the -. privilege of peeping through the cracks of the White House fence. Queen Christine, of Sweden, is a regu lar little darling. She says, "I love men, not because they are men, but be cause they are not women." The name of the Tax Collector of Sabine parish appears upon the delin queut tax, list. The Southron says he didn't make enough out of the office to pay his taxes. A Virginian who at one ti...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 October 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. ýnueda 's 's itiou. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regulates the Bowels. The Veteran Assoeiation will hold its t1 regular meeting to-morrow night-Wed- H nesday, the 12th inst. fr Mr. Wm. S. Booth has lately added a so new line of goods to his stock. The an nouncement reached us too late for this al issne. Look out for it in our next. w Weare requested by Miss Zelia Hen- er derson to state that the location of her cc scheol has been removed from the build ing occupied by Mrs. Rowe to that ofMr. In Win. Blackie, one block below the State co House. _ an The West Carroll Watchman, is a new til six-column folio, just started at Floyd, pr La. It is a very neat paper and credita- in; bly edited by Mr. P. W. DeFrance. We M, hope the new candidate will receive all ah the patronage it merits. i ii It is the purpose of the managers of di the work to place the oflices in the State House in order for occupancy as soon as sa possible,.so that they will be in readi- en ness for an emergency...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 October 1881

Of the uetaa. c Sia WAsemIoox, Oct. 10.--oth Kepub. a lican and Demoorsael Seansnte t in; p canone at tl*bt Capitol, at 10 odook this morning. There was 6 tll attendance 1 at both of them, as nearly all of the. absentees on Saturday have since arrived pi and were predent this morning. 41 The Republicat remained ln session ti but a abort time-less than half an hour o0 --and merely mapped plan of actlon t to govern through the lay. The Democratio caucus remained in session an hour or more, add disacussed the question which occupied so much of o' their time on Saturday-whether or not to admit the new Senators before elect- b -'lg a secretary. No decision was reaobh. ed, and the canous adjourned. s The assembling of the special session of the Senate was witnessed by a large number of persons, who as early as 11 o o'clock tilled the galleries to their ut most capacity. 11 The desk formerly occupied by Sean- b tor Burnside was tastefully draped with p black, while several bouquets orna- ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 October 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. hareina's Unditon. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cure. Chillls and Fever. A wool and wheat grower aysa: "It Is my belief that the real reason why re eaour wheat crops only yield halfas much as the English crops is that in England a' farmers utilize sheep as grain growers, while we consider them only wool and mutton makers." We inadvertently omitted to mentih tfi the departure of our young typographi- 0 cal friend, Harry Hueston, for New Orleans, last week, where he has gone to "take a rack" in the Democrat office. In We hope him all the success his fondest hopes may have pictured to him. Seek not to please the world, but your Jo own conscience. The man who has a c, feeling within him that he has done his duty upon every occasion, is far hap pier thad he who hangs upon the smiles of the great, or the still more fickle fa vors of the multitude. When heavy rains follow a long spell, the potatoes which have completed To their growth, if left in the ground, will start into growth...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 October 1881

heaOilfaa Whtai cs! art di settinohaet the "MidLouidna" ra Sion with the wrong foot for oa Ewoeal retrieve its error by recatp tion, and would be found *iAl i.ts acknowledged power, chmpioning the scheme. The Democrat's last 'ling runs thus: "Our bdends of Baton Rouge and Feliiian& will please go ahead and build the Midland Railroad sad we shall stop offering any objections to the proposition that it is the greatest and moat important line on earth. We beg leave to remind them, how ever, that they are getting might7 incoherent and using a vast deal of grammar and shocking rhetoric over a very small matter. The Demo crat does not oppose the building of the road--quite the contrary." This convinces us that this staunch and powerful friend and ally of every scheme hitherto projected for the ad vancement of the material interests of the people of Louisiana, in every part of the State, has no.idea of beat ing the chamade, and proposing terms of capitulation or: not to put too fine a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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