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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 October 1881

L. JAsTRaMýKM, sas Q,. omo±1 3cO' ýi VOL. 8. BATON ROUGY . n , .. i i ii i I i i i .  " : .. : . .. . ..i l"- I] . . ATTORNEYS. EO. W. BtlBUR*ES Attorney lion gie to all bupinese ntrstd to him. EMAN B. . MAGRUDEDI Attorn and Connellor at Law, No. , Camp setCe,elw Orleas, La, C( . BIRD AorroeT wrAT LAW. Will *. attend p pt to all bslnee nlruated to bl, oie n (lunvention street, between Third an OhorRl re, baton Roage, La. C W. PO AfPt6oror AT LAw sad * Notary Pnbt rt dAllen, West Baton osg, La. ipe attem nlva to the col. loan of seeoun tcdg testimorny auder cornm. miselon, and to llotr matersn inquiring the attention of an n iAry or Notary in the parish of Weat DBatn Bong, . a vnula rPHOS. B DUPREE, Arrouna 1 and Oounselor a) Law. Oce-No. o, Ptke's Itow, Batna Roogfe La. Will practice in the itarl and FPedera (ounrta. ULERRON & HEALE, A'ronaeu auad (oU-xnttLrOun At LAW. Onti. on North Boulevard Utreet, near the oat o®ee, taton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bail. uses entr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 October 1881

-4: f :rtiTo+ BOU, OCTOBER 27, 118Z0 Baton Jaii ies fRothsohld, is dead. Wbndom has been re-nominated for 11. . Senator. Thu CathOlio clergy of Ireland, favors P tent paying by the Land Leagneus. . The sanetithnoaous and much abused cl Sheeher, has retired from the Christian -tlion* _ tiE Two men have been arrested in Lon don, charged with intending to aessal-h -ate Secretary Foter pr The funds for the Garfield's memorial 'hospital at Washington has reachd the 'ge st agnplgoent sum of $318. th --ý---to - `'e river opposite Burlington, Illi sols, is e or six miles wide, from the late freshets in that State. hestrike of the tobacco girl's in Jer ea City terminated by the strikers go g back to work at the old rates. Mrs. Walker Bette, at Smithfield, Ga., w was shot in the head, recently, by her husband who claims that he "didn't go to do it." Baron Erlanger, who controls the great ( syndicate, married a daughter of thecel ebrated John Slidell who figured during . the late war. b Senat...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 October 1881

- Reed'] Edge Tonio regulaei t b Liver. . Misa Oroegrain'says she shall weas ihort dresses when she travels West if this train robbing id not stopped, Freeman Bell, the popular colored I barber, whom our citizens all remember, I hi. returned. He has gone to work near I Pike's Hall. t Mr. Gus. ichelburget, a stone acutter at the Capitol, we regret to learn, had his left foot crushed, on last Tu''nesday, by a heavy timber wheel. The cooling breezes of October have ii had their usual influence upon the pub lic health. I)r. Reynaud, the City I'Phy sician, reports a marked mlnprovement over last month. There were but two deaths last week. "Rlosenfield is a boomer," is what the ladies, even, say of him. HIe is coming T in to-day's issue with announcements ti which will be dt interest to big and lit- a tie of both sexes. SoMN Monr RAIr.--The fine weather al which ushered in the present week, is giving way to-day, to showers that are n yet in demand. It will take a good deal e ot water to q...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 October 1881

mVIzZrsvl, A4, doMA., Oct. L. Love w kilbd Iln Greensvi Miss., t4-day, by Jobi T. Anle this city. 'the folloing specila the Hunttville Independent,' gives the perstleuars of the illing: GaswvnLL., Miss., Oct. 21.-Love came here several days since, and; was engaged in trying to get up sub scriptious for a cotton factory. La nier got' here from Vioksbarg, this morning. He and hb father, in go-' Ind to the hptel, saw Love enter  livery stable on the opposite side of the street, apparently not hiting seen them. TRy erossed ovei at the door and saw him talking to the eta ble j rletoa in tilrear of the eta bie.t L er advanced, shotgun in hand, and en about twenty yards from ' Love, the latter turned add 6aw SLahr, who almost immediately fired.. Lo]rd was struck in the neck ap face, and turned to retreat. Lanier fired the other barrel as Love enter ed a buggy and mule shed. Love fell, but got up, pistol in hand. La nier hat by this time ran up to the mule shed and opened fire with it pi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 October 1881

`WbI W.Y.41 A. L.SEUE Publahot L AFail Ofio VOL. BAO uou WTI I· em muf .imm -ttora e'and Co rnaellor t Lo. 4 Camp treet, Now Oemas, La. C C. BI ).) A ronerAT LAW. Will C attend po y to all bus intrusted to him. Office on Coavention street, between Third and Chura* streets, Baton Rouge, La. W. POP PATrOUE AT LAw and • Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Ron pe, L du lpeas ttention given to the col. lectie of aeouns, taking testimony under cons mission, and to all other matters requiring the attefatO of an Attorney or Notary in the parish' of West Baton Rouge., apr4 vgn13 " rPHOS. B. DUPREE ATroRs 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6,Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the -State and Federal Courts. HERRON 1 BEALE, A1TSroa s and ConesoBs AT TLAw. Ofioe on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to an law busi. ness entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. S. Herren...................L. D. Beale. F AVROT & LAMON. ATrro NE...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 October 1881

IAcQ1J o*Q D tw~·OUR ,atdh Blare ames sothaObild, is dead S Wt~ad* l hasb been m nowemtate4 Thea t ta e Clergy, of Ireland, krors y.mnt payilg by the Land Leaguenrs, The sanotbmdeota and anoh abused  Meeber, has retired hfom the Christian latc. . ' Two men have een arreted in Lou s y charged with intending to assassi Sate secretary Forster. The !akds for the Garfeld's memorial o 'lospital at Washington bah reached the magag $Ient sum of $318. The river opposite Burlington, Illi oil,  ifyve or six mile wide, from the ate freshets in that Statg. The strike of the tobaeo girl's in Jer aey City terminated by the strikers go. i: g back to work at the old rates, Mre Walker Bette, at kmithfield, Ga,, was shot in the head, recently, by her ihnsband who claims that he "didn't go to do it." Baron Erlanger, who controls thegreat syndicate, married a daughter oftheoel sobrated John Slidell who figured during th late, war. Senator 8herman has introduced a resolution asking for an investigatio...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 October 1881

svy a , AtLA., Oct. 21,-.D Sws killecd in ., to-day, by Joi'nT. t isllaity. The ,tollowi~g the Muanarei ed ; thaparticulas.t o!t'e' : GauaxvnLL, )Mse., Ot. 21-.ve imn here several day. sl . and g ws, engaged in trying to pbget ap ub . soiptious for a cotton faetory. La m alergot hers from VIfkabug, this in morning. He and his hibter, '1p go* i hIg to the hotel, saw Love enter a is livery stable on thq opposite ide of e the street, apparently not having or seen them, They rossed over at the W door and aw him talking to the sta- pe ble proprietor in the rear of the tat. p ble, old Lanier advanced, shotgun in hand, Go and wheni about twenty yards from 1i I Love, the latter turned and saw I Lanier, who almost immediately filed. dai Love was struck in the neck and iml face, and turned to retreat. Lanier oer fired the other barrel as Love enter. low ed a buggy and mule shed. Love bee fell, but got up, pistol in hand. La- de nier had by this time ran up to the strd mule shed and opened fir...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 October 1881

rr . .:-' $frrc1 Major Jawms *Sletrat'q Aoto bwld SOShipp's Bayes lEeva Ili Tenses par a ths, an B $plters thanebf ate happy. SThe T bo ne Times gives this a w oeseome advice: "Girls, never tell d fllow i tat you love intm until he asks b youto be hie wife." i `..R,: Pd ow, * 'o46tadncedMrt.Lanksr, - ` '°:isfnrmer sweetheart, before marriage, 'was IrE ed at Greenville, Miss., by her P Skusband, last week. Served him right. tI TheiWashihgton Argus says: "Sweet' " -potatoes, re sold in our market a day .two since, at two dollars per barrel: At that price our farmers had better i.: plant less cotton and more potatoes." The personal friends-of the late Gov. Wilta, have subscribed $6,000 for the `1" fthtire comfort of the widow and chil dren of the deceased. A general appeal will lie issued over the State for contri- d bntions. " An excited Georgia editor, after, rela ting an account of a crime which :has 0 tarnished the name of a well known cit izeu, says he was committed to jail, 9 "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 October 1881

GAL, MATTERS. R.eed'sa Gilt Edge Tonic regga* te Liver. Exhaustive diseases that lead o-SIn sanity, consumption," and 'a premature grave, are quickly oured Eby using Brown's Iron Bitters.' It .atrengthene every part of the body. 'os the delicate and com.plicate di' fficuties peculiar to the femub ~tisditu tion, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the sovereign remedy. It aims at the cause,\'a Iroodnee' lasting results. Send toMrt.LyýiE. Pinkril, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass.. for pamphlets. Joshua Besta, disregarding the pros, and ceijs, in the matter of the needed ex tra session of the Legislature, seems bent en filling his atractIve store with the freshest of nienacs and groceries. His announcements to that effect will be seen in another column. 'He wants cash for his groceries instead of State warrants. That's all. IT CAME AT LAST.-The long looked for rain came down with a will, on last Sunday, to the great delight of every body, big and little. Empty cisterns were fille...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 October 1881

id ett "away bet her Y;H r i Ue 9aMig fiRm yon iowt; a .l 'aIlh novt y ouu for and agif . And a lttt e tosa of ed ysha leet the room alconere sighed, and his brow con  e wit'paiw as he looked afterhet. '"Poor child a It isgso hard to refaeo Ier anything." 'BeU was a piale young man, with a tjglefittl cast of countenance and ý.ai t e agy eyes;' habitually reserved' proe n, he :was acounted a sharp. an, and at, the time of hisc two years previous, the old icted that he would eventually pioneof the largest capitalsets in . His wife, a' wilful, pretty ereare, seemed to be his one weak int 'Now was she slow to avail her -alfof this advantage; her influence over Shim was unbounded, and even in cases where it wad against his better judg wrent he invgriably yielded to her wish u Thesresent obfect of these last named ~as a a garnet silk dress patern,' which ls had that morning seen at C--'s honable store; and poor Falconer's were still ringing with the minute ecription of its incomparable...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 October 1881

K JLOCAL MATTERS., . -- . . A bookkeep wants a situation. See Aotice in another column. Miss Grosgrain says she shall: wear 1 short dresses.when she travels West if i this train robbing is not stopped. Freeman Bell, the popular colored barber, whom our citizens all remember, has returned. He has gone to'work near Plkes Hall. Mr. Gus. Eichelburger, a stone cutter at the Capitol, we regret to learn, had his left foot crushed, on last Tuesday, by A l heavy timber wheel. The cooling breezes of October have it had their usual influence upon the pub 1icl ealth, Dr. Reynaud, the City Phy sician, reports a marked improvement over last month. There were but two deaths last week. "Rosenfield is a boomer," is what the fo ladies, even, say of him. Heyis coming TI in so.day's issue with announcements t which will be of interest to big and lit- at tle of both sexes. or HoME MORE RAL,.--The tine weather which ushered in the present week, is at giving way to-day, to showers that are nI yet in deman...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 October 1881

A utsea cr4ed life of 2 3 y tareH , d ward A. and Mary E. Lanton are py .th 'ties to a suit for absolute divoroe,- ,. in W whiehl the lattei is the de*idlat. Ti beirceumtres of the suit are pe: Sci-ai . lIt was beg in the Suprethe jay a 'Court in August, .tl was sent tio jg1 Y referee fortrial. tMrs. Lsaten did nout be appear before the referee, and be ren- but 4 .{ dered areportin favor of the plaintiff, nata having found that Mrs. Lauten was not' guilty of wrong-doing in the company eree. ~' of Ferdinand Jansen. Before the re- case faree's report was presented to the idnl eourt for confirmation, Mrs. Lauteu's time .counsel, Mr. F. S. Kahn, moved bey priv fore Judge Barrett, in SupremeCourt, nati ir to set aside all the pro- the . previously had in the case, that an allow her to put in an answer. witt In her aidavit Mrs. Lauten admitted noti that sbe had acted as sho was charged ask . with acting with Jansen, but asserted erea that her husband connived at her acts. n0d 'In explana...

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

w _j Al r.U U .S -ate V1. BAI IU I' Q4 JIo9 'BJ 8Y. :.:4 M 'UiATfbYýý" >d ' ATTORNEYS. ,,Uo1. WBUlGMjA AttoeUne '3 si Lire, Baton Reap La '-m pt a t tion pIew to all boslia .otnaste4 to him.. JEP{M B B. s gr O UDýB Camp stre I C erie, swn, Lat C o. BIRD ,roTnst AT LAw. Will * attendp- Jo to a11 business intrsated to him, Ofi a U vention stret, between CIW. POPFE, ATOUBlY AT Law and . Noary Pnbll., Port Allen, West .uoa Bonu a. $peclal attention give to s ý miesion, and to ail other matters atto fn attorney or SWest Baton Bouge. TyROS B. DUPaI . and Coonaselor at Law. Omle-- o Bow, Baton Rouge, La. Will praetle in the State and Federal ourts. HERRO &E BEALE, 1Arouursr sella Covrssnou ATLAw. oOfi on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouae, La. Will attend to sl law bust. aes entrnated to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. 8. Herron............ ... L. . Beale. F AVROT & LAMON. Akron Ssays AT LAW. Offce on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 November 1881

1, i I ~ a4 be sekink , aw we are gldto respond to .a re for .an eaplanation, as there are altmerons persons interested who may be equally in the dark. Act No. 2 of 1880 makes legis'a {mo "aid6 constitutional warrants as warrants, and the Supreme of te State, in the case of vL The Treasurer, reported SPt d Annual, also deats them entitled to preference. Treaslrer of the State woUld ted to pa all warrant hold Spr to place them all upon - same footing, but he is p~ated :et only by a scarcity of funai, but , by the law, which he. neither made ,or biterprets.-N. O. Democrat. l' The above is iState Treasurer ~ii e's answer todur inquiry , as to be rewlation held by the Capitol w :.rants towards the pro-rata distribu 'lonsaof cash from the Stye Treasury. It ethibits a delightful condition o :,xtate finances. , We infer from the brief explana Stion quoted above; that after the cash that comles in the State Treasury has been divided among the holders of -constitutioual and legislative war...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 November 1881

OCAL M'ATTERS., Reed's Gilt Edge Tonio eurpL iils and Fever. ALL SAINT DAY.--The memorial ser vices and ceremonies of this day, owing to the presence of the Archbilshe fwlio will daIinlster the Sacrament " Con flrmation, have been postpona' till next Sunday. " Lydia E. Pinuham's Vegetable Comn pound donbtlit ranks flat asa curative agent in all diseases of the procreative -ystem, degeneration of the kidneyb, ir ritation of the bladder, urinary calculi, etc., ete. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pink ham, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. , J)aATH OF MRs. POP..--On 1S n day, the remains of Mrs. R. Pope, wife ofN. W. Pop:-, Esq. est Bato. Rouge, were consigned  hear last resting place. She was nnDid for her many toble qualities and highly es teemed by a large oible offriends and relatives, who will long mourn her loss. Mr. H. B. Samuels, called to see us this morning. He is one of the most energetic planters of the Fourth ward. He reports a favorable condition of af fairs ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 November 1881

fg; r ow do your diems a cd with the gnulne t" "Put t him side by side asId y "ir -an't tel4hbei aepart.. rmd wthe you .elO sample.," ant i Sththide his i And Wit. V ,bx of anet three carat. :. r .N ng scribe a daityl pair o ,eezers be : quested whi to exasine the 'stones before the light. The reporter pick-e  *ed up onepf ,the gems as carefully as' p Sthough it iwere a. $20,000 stone, and d f belditbeare the optics. It spakled d liantly, was o to perfecrtly, and fbtidy bautf ad epert would sop 04e Iet to be a genuine diamond. The Sporter was tempted to sli the Atone b .~his sleeve, until he asked the pribc of it, when getting the reply, e p"One dollar," he dropped it aehough: it was poisonous. "Here are somhe thirty beantiful specimens," remarked Sthe merchant as he unfolded another paper and laid Wbfore the scribe a Shalfdozen stones about the sire oa i door-knob.  "These are worn prinl' r pally by gamblers on account of their extraordinary size. "They come a great deal higher ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 November 1881

ý., i : dpi, p~·ria~ . ;e k·: · .w'. A. Le8EUM b a Ulfoial xo; oft VOL. . BATON. ROUGE. LOU ATTORNEYS. MO.D W. BIURGUB¶ Attorney at Law, Batosn Roal , L Prompt atten. tion ivn estoll bnsoese entrusated to him. HJEMAAN B. MAGRUDEkL Attorney and Counsellor at Law, No. 54 Camp street, New Orleans, La. C. c. RD ArroRNst AT LAW. Will Sattend iprolpty, to all businsas intrusted to him. 0ffic on eoflentson street, betWeen Third and (horeh streets, Blaton Rouge. La. C W. POPE, ArrniSar T AT LAW and C Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attentimgion to the col. letion of accounts, taking tstimanong under com* maiseion, oand to all other matters reqtirl the attentionk of an Attorney or Notary h of West Baton Rouge. apt ' º1HO$. A. DUY ME. Airottttrro I and Counselor at Law. ifee.-No. 8, Pike's Row, Baton Ronge, La. Will practice In the ttate and Federal Conrts. pEHORON & HIICALE, 11 A7rrII si and Cot NitOIns AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post ofIc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 November 1881

iry-· e lv e Q dge Ton tc reg a es the w a Gladstot lsh u retire ifrom*'i 1 B rit ish Cbl 4t , `ad mto, blio life sieo, s obtisspi. Two person acwre illed stid twenty wounded in the tesent riot at Bell Mul- 1 Shcotoy M yo, ilr4and. I ~L rC --- No reply has yab been made by Lord r ville .to Soeretary Blalne's Monroe. SDo tdbePanama Canal letter. SThe U. S, Sloop Alliance, has return '': Halifax, afteran oineffectual search .tnr moobts for the Jeannette. The country will be rejooiced to learn that Cheng Taso Ju has been appelated the Minister from Chinoa to the United %ftates-. In Thomas County, Georgia, two drunken wen lied a quarrel. One of them, Pippio pulled the other out of his: buggy, and out his throat. A chime of 1,l, the largest of which will weigh 3,035 pounds, is to be plaeed in the tower of Trinity church, Daven port, Iowa. They are to cost $7,000. Major W. W. Wharton, who figured prominently in Iberville parish during the era of Itadiscaisem, has been appoin. ted Clark of...

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

bOCAL MATTERS. suesha i's Edita on. AAi Reed's Gilt Edge Tonlic cures btille so and Fever, to An Invigorating norther aroses last night, and swept away the clouds that g had given several abnildypt showers. The weather to day, cool and bracing as ins it is, is just the kind that wur sugar at planters need at this moment. Bi "E. 0. M.," in the T, (. Spates, wants ac "the washing of a few gentlemen or a bl small family to take home." The small families roundabout Baton Rouge can't R well be spared; but some of the gentle- of men-don't all speak at once! wi We were pleased, on Wednesday, to receive a call from our old townsman, Wi Mr. R. W. Knickerbocker, who now re- no aides in New Orleans. Mr. K. is in at- ha tendance upon the District Court. We are indebted to Mr. L, W. Con erly, lustructor in Agriculture at the to State University, for a cluster of mam- ne moth Brazilian yams, which are a fuirtr sample of what East Baton Rouge at lands can do. Ilo One hundred and five is tre number...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 November 1881

In considering the qudatiok` 44i extra seasoin, the Democrat hIap " j been unaIndful of the grave . ;B . iassnents which beset the Stat s gov .. erutient; and in calling attention t;, j the difficulties in the way of securinE g legislative relief, we have distinctly disclaimed any desire to oppose the ' measure, if it could be dqnonstrited that relief was to be had. It seemed quite cleai:bat iaws giving general re f coaldbe passed within the fifteen orking days de siguated by the constitution, and it t did not seem $ilse or necessary to in- car the expense of an extra session 'in order to save the officersof the gov ern ment from a temporary inconve nience. If It be admitted, that re venue bill cannot be passed vithin the time allotted, owing to the vexa * tious questions connected with this subject then it shows that the utmost measure of relief tobe expected would be the passage of the appropriation bill, which would benefit the consti tutional officers and provide for the expense...

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