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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 October 1881

_ SUEUH Pub i· heW 4', "' UOI[ BATONL; (III .i. ý   ý " f " I £. t P f "ý . ý a ý ý ý w ¢ý ý ý5 1 y h wo teayraeýýaý:ynraswvx c ý ý: »v,"siýn ý P ýyy t0 1 a _ t "".ý Wý^a , vý . 3S.ý: fg , ; 7ý vý + ATTORNEYS. SC. BIRI) AToOnIr AT LAW. Will . attensd promptly to all business intrasted to hinm. Office on Conventioan Sreet, between Third and Church streei, Baton Rouge, La. CW. POE A AT LAW and Notary Publc Pot l, West Baton Rouge La. 8pseealattsntlon given totlib eel. tletion of accounts, taking telmogyum ecom. missilon, and to all other matters reqlitug the attentionl of an Attorney or Notar in thepai'isV of West Baton Rouge. a prvld 13 THOS. B. DUPREE AyrroRN Sand Counselor at Law. Ooe-o. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rooae La. Wil Practice in the State and Federa ourts. IERRON & BEALE, H rron a ad CoufsL;oe AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post ofce, Baton Rouge, I'a. Will attend to all law buas nues entrusted to them in this and adjolning parishes. A. S. Herron..........

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 October 1881

:r['; A ."1 º Ae G OTU1 "Governor Wilts died lastn were the words which respu SnoxaUfuly in our heart on last Ban day morning In New Orleans; The great city where he was born and died after hfi short and eventfi career, seeied to mlse, at last, that Louis A. Wilts, was something more than Feaqfant dupeuple, who had ot ten been accused of making too fiee with that element of the population whose muscular arms roll the cotton bale, or At the midnight hour are found wheie the lurid glare of the flames rise high above the homes or esoumercial emporiums of New Or leans. ' Ipdeed Louis A. Wilts, was the S Demooratio Governor of Louisiana. He was one of "the boys" of the -Crescent City. Born and reared S among them he had been with them constantly, at the playground as well anon the benchesof the public school. S At the age of puberty, with his loved S omnpanions of the playground and the school, he donned the red shirt of "Creole nine" and went singing along with them when the alarm bell ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 October 1881

OCAL MATTERS. 4- - A - Suesdag's editish Reed's Oilt Edge, Tonic regulates the Liver. The Red Star Shoe Store, o New Or. leans, has a change of advertiment in its column, which will prove if interest to our readers. DfviarsD.--Owiig to a press of ad vertising and other matter, i to-day's issue, we are compelled'to de several notices of advertslaers and om very in tearting items and oommunications till out next issue. The latest advices regardln the con dition of Mike Hennessey, oi e of the parties engaged in the killing !of Chief I Detective Devereaux, are to fhe elect that he will likely recover 'rom the wound he received in the combat. IN MMonuoM.-In respons to the Proelamation,issoed on Suinday y Mayor pro ter John J. Wax, all business was suspended throughout this city,, on Mon day, out of respect to the memory of the lamerited Governor Wiltz. Services were held at all the churches and the hells tolled from early morn till sindown. There was genuine sorrow mninlfested by all cla...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 October 1881

,Walter J*-, the only 'd widow on Nantuket9 set al wlge yeareld with the captae i a whaler. One dark and raitnry gh, when tfby were sailing on the C0i'I seas, it began to blow very hard, ''n all hands were ordered aloft to short en sail. In the darkness an rain the boy fell from the mast. Had be fall en upon the deck ha waould in all probability have been killed; but he struck the back-stay-a rope drawn tight like the string of a violin-and rebounded in the water. Soon the m y came, "A man overboard l" The captain felt very sad when he learn ed that itwas Walter J-. He put ship about and turned back and forth, but nothing coald be seen of the. boy. Before giving up the search, however, he called the men aft and asked them whether anything else could be done, "for I don't want to go back to Nan- 1 tucket and say that if something else 1 had been done Walter J- could 1 have been saved." No man, however, offered a suggestion, and, although e the time had beenlong-perhaps half I an hour...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 October 1881

w.. A.L.UUU· P'b· VOL.8 ATM iu3i ATTORNZYS. HlOAI rosmust AT Law. Will C s  omp bll a inee itrsted tol M, ~ratio street, between T anrd o Clurh strte,, Bton onuge, L. C W. Pp P, Au As lraw and . Notary **ublic, Peet en, Wes Bato e, La. peo,  a atitlo ven to the aol oleý of aounts taking testimo under o.m miseion, and to all other matters requiring the attention  f m ,ttoeey or Notln the pau ot West  oatn  . A... ATreant S,.Duott',f l ohl m. 1 and Counselor at w. Ow (iee-o , PIke's Row, Baton Roo.. La. Will pr actle In the ,totet and aeden Courts. tIRRON A BElk ALdE, arossers sad CoxasmIOs aTLAW. Oi08e en orth Boulevard treet, near the post offe, Bat&,k Rouge. L, L Will attend to all law busi nese entrusted to them in thibs and adjoining parishes. A. . Herron... ...........L. D. Beale. AFAVROT & LAMON. Aot Norts AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Bouge, La. Will attend to all Iaw busilesa entrusted to them in tbhis and ad. on. .ari lro...........J. H....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 October 1881

tiý~ Th lglita:Davdd Daaiv, W1 `#I .papbl4.s made Prei~iedt padpro . of lenaste, in' place of Senator a ,as 4e te .iagetogder wiltbthb stleattse. A brotier arose in a weekly praye.r neepoJti-.. New Jersey, lnd said: "Brasthia, when I eonaasider theshor mees of life I feel as:ifI might be taken away, suddenly, like a thief in the iht," The St. Tammany Farmer says the eo  oratlon of Oovington is out of debt, nad has money in the treasury. The redit of the town is at par-its paper 'belhg worth precisely one thousand milkhon.the dollar. Her mother said she would choke any gentleman who made love to her .daughter Nanna, just budding into wo inanhood. To which Nan replied: Mamma, If a gentleman makes love to -me, I prefer to choke him myself'" Lake Charles Echo: Notwithstand ing the cry about low water and the c arcity of logs, six mills will be run aing on Caloasien river next week, on foil time, and all with a prospect of continuing to saw several weeks, rise or no rise. A msn vwho we...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 October 1881

-S LOCAL MATTERS.,'. uesdang's Wditti on Beed'sOilt Edge Tonle regulates thb /Liver. __I One of the happiest men in towh last Saturday morning was our friend Mr. J. J Capdevielle. He named the little one Louisiana, in honor of the land of c her nativity, t By an oversight, which we deeply re grt;, otr colomns, in T estiay's issue, a were not turned in evideee of out sor- I row for the untimely death of Governor Wiltz. We had given the necessary in- a structions which, through forgetfnlnese, t were not carried on t. The o!Bes of the Western Union Tele- tl graph has been removed to the cornerof S Main and Lafayette streets, over the sI Rainbow building, where the accommo- ti dating and clever manager Mr. J. H. D Yedog, will attend, with his usual faith- o fulness to the business of the office. tl Mr. Clawson, the attentive and com- li petent phamacist, lately in the employ n of Mr. B. A. Day, has coneltuded to en. tl tablishhis residence in New Orleans, tt where we hope to see him me...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 October 1881

of New Orlesas." Artiq 4te "The General. dt ity bilm too tit the et 'of government on the seoand Monday of May, 188. The atnstitution musthbe contruedl a whole, and though sep a positton, the artolee totedo withoutargment, in logrikalseP tee Sconastitution, on the sAbject o hie seat of government intends. '' .iat the set of government shall be ad remain at Baton Rouge, but to iii l ineonvenience to the publiothe in  d! session of ithe Legislature,after 'he adoption of the constitution shall t shall and out mee t Baton a 'it can meet nowhere else to ;.iy out the intent of the constitu S lon Act No. 70 of 1880 made an ap. proprlation of $4000 to remove the archites of the State to Baton Rouge "In aecordance with article 150 of the The "seeat of government" of the tate of Louisiana, since the adjourn aeet of the first legislature after the aption of the constitation of 1879,  it seems to us, been at the iity of Baton Rouge, about one hundred Sad thity meilb above the city of i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 October 1881

~I X m ý ý .wý aneamv. nur<er ýx"w' .. i ý: . . 44t (1 L. JAl l VOL. 8. BATO BOfUIlJ~p~trlr C~d ATTORNEYS. Brno Ator Al W or WiU .c W. pppk Lz sT AT LAW and ofe ,a n Baton goo as.. eagea . nilpa t dfe to a theoiý UURBON r Rl.JLE, l th Boule d v street, nasr th. pout ome, Roue, Oa. Will attend to ali law buo. umentr, and to them in this and apolaing A tte Her on ..... . .....L. D. B ral. .1Rlu AT LAW. Osad e t)OD ..r b AT L.e..a re, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all b law buslneed erntated to t hem in thi s and ad. A, ., F o.. ............ . Boalmns. S MoM. NIO) RTSON , ATLa.0emld (2ounelo aort Law. Oe.v j serrd street, Baton Rouge, La. lpr a busnes entnl to thm a thteaund th E . P . a reton. ........ . . . . Robe on., WE. eelNO M. BU03ECKONRn . S.-rt-on........ .M. ob.--n at Lre wad Notary Publie, Baton Rouge, La. Bu1Ds pIrOImptly attended to. LOCAL DIRECTORY. ADOT A VAY, anotioneers, commission Jmerchate, olle and salesroom on Third, be. tween Laurel and Florida streets. M[BB....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 October 1881

Ai D'a vid Davis, whor i lls epbfl, 'residentpro R . enate,, in ý1aorb of senator s eard, -ete altogetber wit 4e stalwarts, ' . . .. ,,.,._  --- - ._- ' / A brother aoe in a weekly prayer -eboting in New Jersey, and said: " Brethren, when I consider the short -se ofli I feel as if I might be taken away etddenly, like a thief in the .ight." The St. Tammany Farmer says the _brporamton of Covington is out ofdebt,' asnd has money in the treasury. The I-adit of the town is at par-its paper sding worth precisely one thou/and llls on the dollar. Her mother said she would choke any gentleman who made love to her daughter Nanna, just budding into wo. -4anhood. To which Nan replied: "iMammua, if a gentleman makes love to ..me, I prefer to choke him myself!" Lake Charles Echo: Notwithstand ing the cry about low water and the scarcity of logs, six mills will be run _ing ofh alcasleu river next week, on ftlltime, and all with a prospect of Snnaing to saw several weeks, rise arrf Ae. A man...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 October 1881

t=$6 inO of theeonstitation provideO 4 ,~s the seat of goe'tnment shlil be remain at the city Of Bi Arcieqauanderthoe tiloof' Setd a ale," which is Intended to gouard against inconveniences which may - salt to the public from the taiking ef. feet of the constitutioq, provides that the "General Assembly first elected di Uader tbls onstitution shall convene b in the city qf New Orleans." Article -21 reads: 'The Getieral Assembly aj shall meet at the seat of government H on the second Monday of May, 1882." hi The constitution must be construed tj as a whole, and though separated e1 in position, the articles quoted meet, a, witboutergument, in logical sequenee. hi The inostitution, on the subject of le the seat of government intends: lil That the seat of government shall be ly and remain at Baton Rouge, but to f avoid inconvenience to the public the first session of ithe Legislature after the adoption of the constitution shall V be held in New Orleans. Thereafter, and on the 2d of May, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 October 1881

ROMA 0ouGZ -OTeA 2Z at "Governor Wilts died last gi were the words which resoudewd .mournfully in our heart on last. Sun day morning in New Orleans. The great city where he was, born and died after his short and eventful career, scemed to realize, at last, that Louis AIWiltz, was pomething more than i'enfaat du peuple, who had ot tean been aescsed of making too free with that element of the population S'rbose a un ular arms roll the cotton She, m at the midnnght hour are folund where the lurid glare of the flames rise high above the homes or commercial emporiums of New Or leans. Indeed Louis A. Wiltz, was the Democratic Governor of Louisiana. He was one of "the boys" of the Crescent City. Born and reared . among them he had been with them constantly, at the playground as well as on thebenchesofthe public school. At the ago of puberty, with his loved comppanions of the playground and the school, he donned the red shirt of "Creole nine" and went singing along with them when the alarm ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 October 1881

OCAL MATTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic regulates the I Liver. The ied Star Shoe Store, of New Or- .r leans, has a change of advertisement in its column, which will prove of interest 1 to our readers. DaPGaDn.--Owing to a press of ad vertising and other matter, in to-day's issau, we are compelled to defer several notties of advertises' and some very in teresting items and communications till out next issue. The latest advices regarding the con dition of Mike Henfiessey, one of the parties engaged in the killing of Chief Detective Devereaux, are to the effect that heq will likely recover from the wound he received in the combat. n IN MEMORIAM.-In response to the g Proclaination,issued on Sunday by Mayor a pro tefmr John J. Wax, all business was suspended throughout this city, on Mon day, out of respect to the memory of the lamented GovernorWiltz. Services were held at all the churches and the bells tolled from early morn till sundown. There was genuine sorrow manifested by all classes o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 October 1881

The steensponroded Stemsbao And friends were wasngsgiuetUsidr A oode qph ens tippg o'er The gr a4growsilanhwIb*insa id. They beckoned her tojta Deis there; 8he, eager, was )iwroked tekno* The wanton win~ her rippling hair, In daliance sweet, ba· rinpled a In mimic wrath sbh fain did start Caught from herbhead theenow white hood Neirs *a*mlesh caught sy heart aid love enslased me where I-stood. Sakesubtle seoitess of the light That comes at mkidight's withinag boar inglesd with music's mystic milght, Madbronght me to my love's sweet bower. Her friends were greeted with th grace Her every movement symphony's, As If hersgiorious form and face, Were tuned to music in the skies We met. rtr hand's soft touch did thrill Each throbbing pulse with wild delight; Her eyes' dark splendor quick did fill My soul with all their wondrous light. JOHN COQIRY'S LUCI. In the year t1848, John Conroy, who had been admitted to the bar in the State of Massachusetts; finding that his native town was well st...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 October 1881

Reed's dilt Edge Tono retgulates the Liver. One of the happiest me in t town last Saturday morning was our tldend Mt J., J CiOpdevielle. He named .ii little one Laisisana, in honor of the land of her nativity. By an oversight, which we deeply re gret, our columns, In Tnuewlo's issue, were not turned in evidence of our sor row for the untimely death of Governor Wiltz. We had given the necessary in structions which, through forgetftilness, were not carried out. The office of the Western Union Tele graph has been, removed to the cornerof Main and Lafayette streets, over the Rainbow bullding, where the accommo dating and elever manager Mr. J. H. Young, will attend, with his sunal faith fitlnes to the blsiness of the oflicoe, Mr. Clawson, the attentive and com. potent, phamacist, lately in the employ of Mr. B. A. Day, has concludled to en tabia his broesidence in Now Orleans, where we hope to see him meet with every anucess. Mr. Clawson, left here withethe good wishes of every one. He is...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 October 1881

S ieve led h d e t de t a wbshethar Oanh ke od o "tsfor Idit bgan to blow s b wto - ai.uk In the tid en el* e bepon the Wlk he J-.oul .. probeabn have been killed" but oetrue beaskstaiy-a rope dalgh thgtm the eabring of a vig--pIe -ap l 'd in the water. Soon th rb "A tm overboard !" The :at v 4 whben h larna its war ---l-. He put bopatd ae bek and forth, but nothing cuald be seen of theb D1bre giving up the search, howe be called the men aft andasked th whether anythingealso could be done,' "for I don't want to go back to Nan tucket and sq that if something else had been dole Walter J- .coul have been saved." No man, how offered a suggestion, and, although the time had been long-perhaps half an hour-since the lad had fallen overboard, the captain made a few turns more and called on the men for a final decision whether anything could be done. He finally concluded to hold on his course, when one of the men said be heard a cry. They listened, and soon heard a call, "Keep her away, or y...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 October 1881

W . A . L I. V R , Publaha, #&a ",w fO1 : .i " s " ..L. JA-TRIM I ei tor , , .... . oournal o t .e VOL. 8. BATON O GE. LOUI. T,. ATTORNEYS. HLEMAN B. 1AGRUET)R, Attorney and Counaellor at Law, No. U (;b3p street, New Orleans, La. C C. ~ , AIoroIIIT AT LAW. Will .A atted proiaptly to all bhae lat itrusted to him. Oflice on Conventlon street, between Tidrd end Chiarob treste, Baton Roege, La. C W. POPu , ATBoIssTr AT LAW and L. Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton todge, La. Speeial attention given to the col" ecion of aecoan taking testimony under com. misslmon, and to atother matters requiring the attention f an Attoaney or Notary In the parIsh of West BIton api4 vin13 motsDU. P REC ATrOIIuIT 1 and Counselot at Law. Oflice-. o. 0, Plke's How, Baton Roige, La.A Will practice in the State and Feereall Courti. HErRIrA3OdN & HIC ALE, Arlrollal4nd COUN'oats AT LAW. Office oan orth Boulevard street, near the post office, al m Rouge, L,. Will attend to all 1~w burl. nessentrus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 October 1881

BATO ROUGE, CTOBE~R 25,881. i The dengue fever is prevailibg *hroughodit Lafayette parish. An old colored woman named Colas Slae VanlIll, died in Washington, La., lastweek, aged 98 years. Major James has contraeted to build thbehipp's Bayou levee in Tensas par *ih, and'the planters thereof are happy. The Terrebonne Times gives this wholesome advice: "Girls, never tell a fellow that you love him until he asks you to be his wife." D. L. Love, who tradnced Mrs. Lanier, his former sweetheart, before marriage, was killed at Greenvillle. Miss., by her husband, last week. Served him right. The Washington Argus says: "Sweet potatoes were sold in our market a day, or two since, at two dollars per barrel. At that price our farmers had better plant less cotton and more potatoes." The personal friends of the late .Gov. Wiltz, have subscribed $6,000 for the fntnre comfort of the widow and chil dren of the deceased. A general appeal will be issued over the State for contri butions, An excited Ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 October 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. .. sadaU's Odition. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic: regulates the Liver. Exhaustive diseases that lead to in sanity, consumption, and a prematuire grave, are quickly cured by using Brown's Iron Bitters. It strengthens every part of the body. For the delicate and complicated dif ficulties pecuhliar to the female constitu tion, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the sovereign remedy. It aims at thecause, and produces lasting results. Send.toMrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. . Joshua Beal, disregarding the pros and cons, In the matter of the needed ex tra session of the Legislature, seems bent on filling his attractive store with the freshest of nicnacs and groceries. His announcements to that effect will be seen in another column. lie wants cash for his groceries instead lt' State warrants. That's all. IT CAME AT LAST.--The long looked for rain came down with a will, on last Snnday, to the great delight of every body, big and little. E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 October 1881

nessa rotts P s.&a er A New York .Time. After a married life of 23 yers, E4 ward A. and Mary E. Lanton are pa ties toea suit for absolute divorce, in which the latter is the defendant. The circumstanred of the suit are pe culiar. It was begun in the Supreme Court in August, and was sent to a referee for trial. Mrs. Lauten did not appear before the referee, and he ren dered a report in favor of the plaintiff, having found that Mrs. Lauten was guilty of wrong-doing in the company f PBrdinand Jansen. Before the re feree's report was presented to the court for contirmation, Mrs. Lauten's counsel, Mr. F. S. Kahn, moved be fore Judge Barrett, in Supreme Court, Chambers, to set aside all the pro . ceedings previously had in the case, and to allow her to put in an answer. I, her affidavit Mrs. Lauten admitted that she had acted as she wascharg with acting with Jansen, but asserte' that her husband connived at her acts. In explanation of her statement she said that in June last her husb...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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