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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 December 1881

WA." L.SUWV I ~~VOL.~ 3. BAO ROU: i: 5 rrZ t l c - ..T.O.... YTT. .It given tsM albusIneeý et t SIAf.týýrad douo .lor as Law, No. M CiMp tres, Orleans, LA.~ +t~ flifth A 'flbs3Stt A? LAW. 'WiLl C. ta~es proip _y o * be ioea. Int wto to sl b as . oOarltao +aas yud and Chureb atreeta. )tth Ieuge, 14 to W. UA LAW and v l~otWJ` , ort Ale West Baton 1s La. iSttsetI K hoo to the ol. la m of aoabpt , taking btl8ickn y undr oom-P ulgutle, and to all other mutto rqoqiring the attention of m Attorney or Nota In the parih af Wuet Baton Rouge. ap wbl UIEHOS. B. DUPf iConII4 I and Counaselr at Law. t(if. o. 6, Pike'. Row, Baton Rouge La. Will jaotioe in the Uth edra ourt*.H R cF aR f IUOR R &l~ IsjEAL EO, betgr dCouNa o LOut ALAW. Office ca North Boulevard street, neartea pot ofie, Baton Rouge. La. Will attend qto al law bust. and adjoidning am entusted to thorn bn a is g parishes. A. N. Herron........ ... L. D. Bleale. FAVROT & LAMbrN. A'rtoa wa At LAW. OiDec on INorth. ixevard streat, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 December 1881

4' tieBD5OE~iItl~ 8 an si of bad hadlt are like . a, and are not cured Ptikafte.rd i ., Oae by one the geastand Sanal New ikt ily papers are falling Into the esd #° s tof railway kings. he .TheMarkeville Balletin says te 'is Sgr d'eadlof cottoi yet unpick in, edielleof Avoyelles parish. mLm.r V,.IErlOck, areepeated cittsn of ?. Voiaua, Texas; has been conieted H orged forgry and sent to the penitein. ha The gin house of Mr. A. J. Beaumont t*at ,Tens.s pariah was destroyed by fire Dol lstI week. It contained twenty bales to c;fcotton. . The Republicans of Texas have peti an I ioned President Arthur to appoint ex. cal oarpet bhg Governor Davis to member At Ofm a Cabinet. mlu Only onabook out of every 600 pub. Ga r s.hbed reahobes a second edition. Aany ,aspiring writer can easily calculate the odds against him. - do It is strange how menwhoa an't obtain S ltnhftom their own business under- J Sso well just how their neighbor'b should .be condue d.-White. Lt Itis country should import a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 December 1881

e gntlemen M wthe Senate t4uli9nwof.L! uwula, tatitee: On the seventh day of' itlamateton convening te 1Rseebas l b eewson in Ul ity f 1e . s m the 5th day of December h. Th pr saiten was not issued wls las to sa (Ih e at ,b Inmy opinionthe s etei pbed inArtclel 7 of the had to saeid, and I could not see any .y to avod call- de nag the extra sedohio. L aim awareof the tb reepoaandbilithy wiob res apon he I eoutinvo i a1 eerolsng aisoretioa po vtted In him tb boasa of public duty anrl In his ex rcise. 'There was a demad o an e ses elon i - re rhus portions of the tat, soaod It a was oppoeed All the natteta Uoi and ft alkatwereteken andet ad atop to be toPthe reasons for s ear lonof the e I rent becnme more and rative PC u I ouldnolongerheltStoe calit it liall prove a oces or net, other the ob 'h. ift for which it is all"bsalls with ppr. batlon or not, dpends oon th whidom ithe o General Asse . Tie rwhfch it is m, cwled, the ua tio axed 4 the ConWa rk ismno short thatoe most efforts s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 December 1881

i ,? 'ý J . tJY; ' 'ýºk.ýe8i +JY9':.'EW:;:1+T. .. E i. I~ l.~···~· ~ 9 Jr±. ~~rligQ!pr per*U!t~at Guiteniaa gtaijnh o was lnsp~4 to remoave the IPreesnt, but It as aleft :hdoetotgo Snaih tipe re oval The lackson, Mlt., Coimet says tbe 'aeli io t ofenator Lamar is tcetr ::rin o ut weli be folly to ppose him. SThe 8t. Tsmmanxy farmet tells' of a h ate t tat lately died in Cortageon wheaoe 9swaybtkh'' was so great that he ha tobe bailed oat after a remin. Lord Roscoe has hung out his sign in 1ipw York, announoing that in future he ;willdevote his entire time to the pran tice of law. Conkling has sense enough to see which way the wind blows. Morgan City Review: For holding thlie fort, look at the Webster Tribune., It holds three Forts-one as publisher, nce as proprietor, and one as editor. . .Minden must be a stragetic position. UJkm assaembling of District court at Coltax the clerk asked the Judge if he should call the sheriff, to which hishonor replied that perhaps it would be a good ...

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

LOCAL MATTERS ' . uesdag'~s diffas. Redd's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Chills I and Fever. Genuine Brazillian pebbles; every one guaranteed by S. Dreyfus. At Cluve ries' drug store. Tlt MwI-LOUsIANA BA/IL1OAD.-- We are reliably informed that the ei izens ofTangipaboa parish have organized a, committee to assist in theitl efforth to secure the right of way for thi proposed line, besides extending all the assistance at the command of the wide-a wake peo ple of that parish. It is evitlent that theejterpriso ie rapidly gaining popn larity. Sixty days' test is given by: 8. )rey fas in the ptrchase of his Brazilian Spebbles. At (luverius' drug tore. MASONIc.-On last Friday night, St. James Lodge No. 47 F. & ,. M., held its annal election of oticersi 'vhich re salted as follows: F. 3M. Broks, W. M., JE Blouin, 8. W., L. S. Widtney, J. W., L. F. Reynand, Treasurer, George Hen derson, Secretary. The following offi cers were duly appointed, viz: M. Granary, S. D., A. Frank, J. D., Chas. Wieck a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 December 1881

&e sand eonsva ul f1oea Q: a suateide's death E"fPii 'lhe (fll fores of this awfbl desathk 4t41 "p e"ti me and s strange pity awoll4 my. .its berit dumbias it was, with aer a ond 1efto1 t for the poor hman oreattiri ly lag there before me. . n. } eould not epeak-all power of speech ie. rn and motiton bad left me-for It seemed yat. that a han of iron had clutched at my blese heart, for the man, stretehed but on bis "It 1,,, where alone in the still watobee of in ee the night, he had raushod unbidden into, you g anotherlife, was my fhther And he. the ft side him there wans not a living ereatur - "I to care for me-a desolate child. It place wis not enough, that this terrible fate utius. should be mine, but my child eyes must and t be the first to rest upon that poor, God "1 forsaken man. I was found at last, to'a standing over,tho form I bad loved no Rose, well, immovable and stony eyed with rouut horror and despair, Even thapgnh all will I these years years I cannot look booeak up...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 December 1881

OCAL -At ER gPhmestl's s~tale.!~ Seed's Gilt Edge Tonic 011 "fin d Fever. a3y your Christmas Candes tfrom L. tisty, and be happy. >Mr. . Wr. KniLckerbocker L In a#end *°age upon the District Court) Tather Ryan lectures to-anlht and to. sorrow ulght at the Ctholl o Church. Phe publi genettlly are in td. We arwglad to isy that i flf Bates "sa recovered from his r t illness, sad is peribrmtag bhi duties with his seem-toned activity. Christna poods have bcin received ( In large quanties by opr earthaIIts. Let evry one contribute to the Leasure of the little folks-and don't forget the old ones, either. In another column will found an it latresating communlcation }o Dr. .1, i SJ. Steensen, concerning the' d masn ucill. I ed called "pink-eye," now M prevalenta among horses and mules. IMr. J. Kornmeyer, would r4speetfully nlaform the publie that he lha employedl a rut-clams ucbinet-maker, pid is ready at all tiles to make new and repair old i fmrniture in the very best stylef tJ. The Gra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 December 1881

seen wll' se me! Ka'f aim Agpeumtb et RR th, wth at`it stmasa *r teuSa 554 600 . Pit fi hea ºesty .in .e~t I. 0. Democrat. A courtship of a year, two pistol shots fired in rapid sucesslon, the ( prestrate foams of a man and a *o- I man lying on the banquetste in gbast» 4 ly pools of clotted blood, a$ all wit- 1 seisd by an awe-itrieken hmultitude, go to make up the horrible tragedy 1 tf last evening. ft was twilight, and the sun-had j 't hidden'its light behind the clouda s *(Che western sky when Maggie Ma eey Left the residence of ier employer Mr.. .. Hopkins, No. 109 Espianade street, on her way home, wlu e she i wds met by her lover, Henry Meane, I who, after a brief conversation, drew a pistol from his pocket and sent a baullet through her brain. As her almost lifeles body fell on the banqit he put the pistol to his own head and inflicted a like wound. 1 The hundreds that flocked to the scene, having been attracted by the report of the pistol and the police whistles, were forced...

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

ý 4" & 0 K wt $ ý.: 9 l' d yt j "k n zap ` Y. A T M ji, mop Y : VOO AO R E ,n ,,, n .v'ý SB". W. - G -E"r >:a, tEl a w, tteno. - rel to all hIJe". to him. ,Ca et Orlesas, La.-w, o. C. c, A*tPF LAW. Willn to £ bA -d 0 o. hi 9n Cor h orh stree, CW, PO ttw sed e tsa, aed to ale th hir U alrs1 rioulrng tle attentn olfan Attorney or ota iteparih of West Baton Rouge. s apr STO. . S. D. PRE. ATTOfT 1 nad Coselor at Law. U® . 6, ~Pike's Row, Baton Bouge, La. Will p tice in the State and Federal Courts. tHiRRON & B CAE •Atbosars e nd ~oeionU i LAw. Ofice on North Boulevard Yreet, near e ost odie, Baton Roume, La. Will attend 4ar law busi* isei entraeed to them in thi Isd adjoining parsches. *A,8. Herroo..... ......... l. F AVROT dr& LAM en Arrow a nis At LAW. Office on i Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. WH ttend to all law bsiness entrausted to them this ad ad. joining parishes. 8. Bsrot ... .. H. Lemon. E W. &8.SM.ROBERTSON, SAttorneys and Counselors t Law. Office ...

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

' - ivIIA 6ro az,,'srtc^e ew, :" The proceedinpgs of the mo eral IlAssembly,. so far, give verys "ial iad rse of dhe rift that legisla -The utterance of a number of its prominent members, have, bowevr, , l. d oit 'to the belief that the mass of .-tlheAsembly is eager to adopt such sa.easures as will relieve the State. S.foin the flnancial dificulties; which :i have surrounded her since the session i ,-We failed to find any members `i edded to any special plan of re .ef, not even those who have advanc ed the State. Board of Equali -sation plan, which they &sem willing . to abandon for some other th t will be more acceptable to the people. "j Our Legislaters, though, seem unit ed in the resolve to put an end, for " ever, to the warrant business, which a la cost so much while it has de Sestroyed the public credit, and has absolutely prevented the proper ad ministration of the Government, in a: of it .departments. All recognize the necessity of pro -. -viding a revenue sufficient t...

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

LOCAL MAT Litty has received h . Christma Candies. Give him a call. Reed's Gilt Edge. Tel, cureq C hill and Fever. Philip II. Meatz, Esq. of Morgai City, the well and favorab y known ex Baton Rougean S endin a few day in odr eity. Rev. C. G. Andrews, President o. Centenary College, dellivred an inter iee~i a at the Methodist Clurtel oa last Pfriay night Mr. J, Korpmeyer, wpu l espectfully infonrm the pnblic that Aý 4i, employed afrst-elass cabinet-maker, and is ready at all times to make new and repair old fi trnire in ti.very bat style. tj. TrInvns AovT,-.-On last Friday night, the residence of Mr. C. K. David was entered by burglars, and silverware to the amount of $150 carried away on the same night. Mr. Jacob Baum was also robbed of some valuables. We-re paine&to hear f the death of the beloved wife of on old and es t~ed friend, Wmin G. . aller, Esq. T good lady had been in ill-bealth for some time, but it was hop d, she woul8 have received with almost the entire community....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 December 1881

POtUli? DAY. THE SKNATB .. Twenty-seven Senators and a quw ram preseat. Leaveof tbsence for five days was ,granted to Senator Steele. S -oesu or napsclPsT vimt.aa. p Seventy-three members present. Mr. Garret, of Onachita, ras an t Snounced and sworn in as a member 9f bl the House. Mr. Billia wanted a eommitti of p A ive to visit and inspect the Hosplital. ,' Adopted, and Billio, Archer, Jaok son, of Natchitoches, Millandon andt St. Clair were appointed. W Mr. Aitken then offered the follow ilg,resolution : ri Resolved by the House of epreen th H kes of theGensral Assemblf Lou/ i iliaoa, That as a standing committee on the State debt. t'r'e said com mitts shall have power to send for bI persona andpapers, and to administer lam oaths, examine witnesses and have at all times fall access to the books of ab] the State Auditor and Treasurer. It shall be theduty of said committee to me make an examination of the validity in1 and character of the State bonded and tri floating debt, and to r...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 December 1881

LAT E S Z t+1 Vý tt W. A. LSUZ P btsher VOL. 8. . BATON 1ROUGE. I M 1A - A I:9 I 1 ATTORNEYS. .Cwmp saruotlew Orleans, La. I C 0. BIRD Arr A LAW. Will 1 stead proupsi to all busfuws lntiueted to him. " nonvention street, between Third ad Churalobseets, asten Moage, La. C. t P PE , ATroartu AT LAW and S uNota Prt Allen, Wess Bastoe u e, L. N at nton given to the col. Vs. Slpecirrkakal attnli yen~ bto~t~ oa b ol t aoount., taklg tetlminur gnder com. tleo anti to all other maitefNe cajqufring the attention elan Attorney or nUa lo the parish of WesBaton ag. npriu vnl rtH .. 2. D I'TP8I IC Arroaiwar and Couwnelor at Law. inela-4No. 6, Pike's , Baton ar ou, La. Will prwt1iee in the tate and PederaOb6urts. b H RHOl dl fRu# ALE, I rr a nag med NaIta e LAw. Mte orth iolard streret fea 6 pus o"fee, oti La. Will adteena Ili law bste. ud to term In tble ad adjoining ... ..... ......1k,.1ý N~eal VROO s r1:M N.. Arroli stl AT W. esOlianl ottho a lev lt iaBton La. Wll attend to a sh business ntlrt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 December 1881

~4e A ~.P b3· . uA.w-:a;a ni·ovnm i& s' la~lI ¶a xa 53s. ~ * So continuously have the New Or leas papers ase0ted thait the m3e tropolis pays more than its share of the State taxes, that they have sunc ceeded in. contvitaing that it is os, -sobonly her resldents but very many ofthe coop ry people.too. , Hence the strength they have gathered around those- who clamor der some system that will raise as easements in the parishes. Let us see how far thisclaim of our e Orleans contemporariee will stand comparison. .We'll take the city of Baton Rogge for an example, which one of the con temporaries alluded to facetiously qualified as a mere coaling station, some years ago. , The assessment of the property contained witlin the limits of the city of Baton Rouge, foots up a round mllion of dollars. New Orleans is down on the tax roll for about one hundred and four millions., Surely, Baton Rouge does not own as much as thie one hundred and fourth part of rthe value of thie roul estate, capi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 December 1881

LOCAL MAT'E Litty has received his Christmas Candles. lfve him $ call. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cnres Chills and Fever. Mr. J. Korameyer, whIldd respectfully inform the public that he hps employed a first-class cabinet-miker, Ind is ready at all tipes to myenow antd repair old furniture in} the tery best st le; tj. FOR TIE ORPUAis-The en rtainment at the convect of St. Joseph was not as largely atteqded lapt night 4 it1 should have been. It in hoped her the good sisters that the friends of the oiphans will make up for it by conghi to-nighbt, when an attractive 'irogri nme is to be exce ted. Off0, be off now all ye childtlen, We must set the room aright. Come here, Ilda, tet ao whisper: It is Clhrisemaa Esie o-night, And Krin Kringle down the chimtwlI Conmes with presents, so I hear; If you catch him you can ep him, And havre Chrishena all to year 1 ! Tiet CAPITOL,-The procee ings of the General Assembly show tbat the House has mals the necessary alpropriatioa to finish the work on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 December 1881

ti sEVENTII DAY. THE SENATIE. Ti*enty-ix Senators and a quo raum present.' Mr. Harris presented a memorial' from officers of the militia, showilg 01 the impossibility of maintaining its organization without aid from the ai 'State. Referred. A The Senate then went into exeou- P tive seesson to consider the confirma- ri tion of appointments r HOUSE OF RE'PRESENTATIVES. Sixty-seven members present and a n 4uotum. The House went into committee of ie whole, to consider the appropria- , ton bill, which was again taken up is ,at the night session, and, as ainena- A ed, passed to its third reading, si Mr. Hodenhain wanted the rules snspended tp take up House bill 30 to pay per diem and mileage of mem- a bets and salaries of members of the g Legislature.- t The rules were sustpended and the a bill read the third tim'e. It appro priates $25,000 to the payment of the Ik House and $6,000 to the Senate The ti bill was put upon its final passage E and passed, 65 ayes and 3 nays. d A memorial from...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 December 1881

l .'8 ,r` 2t +"ww ý " F w, wwhwow tW3S. . M'hJº o(Jeep ýwitmeo a nn e i i r 4 Utt. ariununtb a~4nUUUEUby '11)EOM.ELDV k *~~A~ov Ntaann ~ ~ ~ 1, 14 t ie tsotltw bot Iwt l tt$ba aInto baud a(dot ho Ax ..ý. :m N, A't ,ntoet, to' ý , !11 atto d toil lehal paooh J1ý OWI fetb 1i ifriýý r 0[Ip t~ ýd~t Id. W r >btbebowr ... , ... r I4. 1 obortraa, r ' . VQ W Atoni .w~vk s Pad o I New ~ -lrf LL·tiY .r. I ¶Sý A A~ti b& 1ii ti7O. _ pr r...aJr. I L w $' tu0AP rr· . IH4 M 7 .$PI ~ a c~~r /.dli..iw k I~1AM .,. , ,. . r . O M 'aoUrO A Ysn » Jtir r 1 , .J ýA ' ; REYN!AU u ; ri i to I r Ir } ' } ' OJJiiS E* ioIJaj s . unit aahgit at theanter of Leihyvntt. ale ' hw the *ifepn.is Ot arIuuýgT .wvsry dt'llfra uef,~i ewwl to ii ' 'fom,4 her. 'tt fromt hew Ur Mumarkett, 'i't.Labor tt tenrantr , IIlYJI nM hr,ýn ti wtiYI n lily ?.pn~re tAtlt4itt, ti nott( en or ______ Pe ipra.A, Itt t~tfpfl (' of -t, 3, PH1ILZIPý . . i. Pr r et Qob r,w ti Aorr r t Iot a~ n l etva Nhlpq~i l. 'Vth,' beet ofWineas, tiqe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 December 1881

v drm~ l *ASR33rE.3gtt c d$ - Vr J RSE5 .ý W:rt. A. LAPPUL1I ""11" .Wi"/Nbaber :. 3LTON BOXGOE, DECEMBER 17. 1881. OITr Y8miVnSd tUN 3TIJ A,.3S So continuously have the New Or learns papers asserted that the me tropolls pays more than its share of Sthe State taxes, that they have sac S eeded in convincing that it is so, not only her residents but very masn .f the country people too. Hence the strength they have g athered around those who oelmo for some system that will raise as sesaments in the parishes. Let us see how far thisolsim of our New Orleans contemporaries will stand comparison. We'll take the city of Baton Rouge tor an example, which one of the con, temporaries alluded to facetiously qualified as a mere coaling station, some years ago. The assessment of the property contained within the limits of the city of Baton Rouge, foote up a round S million of dollars. _ New Orleans is down on the tax ; roll for about one hundred and four millions. Surely, Baton Rouge does not own ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 December 1881

Tag WsesLA "I3. own i -The THU s l irAT ., . r. 1 Twenty-six Sonstors aod s quo- with ram present. Mr. Harris presented a memerial ever, from omcers of thse mili showing off th the impossibility fi maattaniug it All organization without ad from the and State. Reterred. Age The Senate then went late eseePa Pm tre session to consider be esturas-a T tion of appointments. reper Tbhe HOUs 0or RP EWsm rATvatV. 81sty-seven members a ent and a night quorum. g The House went into committee of At the whole, to consider the appropria- with Lion bill, which was again taken up into ( at the night session, and, as amend- Atkes ed, passed to its third reading, aidern Mr. lHedenbain wanted the rules suspended to take up House bill 30 to Mr, pay per diem and mileage of mem- tack I bers and salaries of members of the gas, I Legislature. tant The roles were suspei ded and the anco bill read the third time. It appro- A priates $25,000 to the pa yment of the Mr. house and $8,000 to the Senate. he the s ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 December 1881

w9e JAAZrnEM, SI... ........*t.r. W. £. LeSWEB -... ........Pubilsher BATON ROUGE, DECEMBER 17, 1881. '1'E LEGIsLATURE. The proceedings of the General a Assembly, so far, give very small indications of the drift that legisla tion will take during the pending ex tra session. The utterance of a number of its prominent members, have, however,, -led us to the belief that the mass of the Assembly is eager to adopt such a measures as will relieve the State from the financial difficulties which rt have surrounded her since the session of 1880. We failed to find any members wedded to any special plan of re lief,not even those who have advanc- t ed the State Board of Equali zation plan, which they seem willing M to abandon for some other that will be more acceptable to the people. Our Legislators, though, seem unit- tli ed in the resolve to put an end, for- Ci ever, to the warrant business, which ra has cost so much while it has de- of stroyed the public credit, and has " absolutely prevent...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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