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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 May 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. On Tuesday last, while Mr. Trasintonl Babin, Jr., was getting out timber in the swamps in West Baton Rouge, a tree fell, crushing 1i0 to death. He leaves a wife and six children. Nicholas Wax, on Courthouse Square, keeps a first-class grocery establishment, fully supplied with the very best of goods. lie is an old hand at the business and understands how to plkasi his nu ruerous customlers. The Southern night, a new weekly journal devoted to the oirer of the Knights of Pythias, graces our table this week. It is a handsome 8-page pa per and edited with more than ordinary tact and ability. Don't let it be said that you sbnt your job printing off to get it done, when the CAPITO.IAN is so well prepared to do the work. If you want your town to grow and become proslperous, make it a point to patronize all sorts of home en terprises. Every mechanic has a claimr on you that should be respected. At Feibelnau's dry goods emporium cian now be found one of the most conm plete and...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 May 1880

I'LL REEMMBER YOU IN MY PR YERY. When the curtalus of night are pinned back by the stags, And the beautiful ioonu laps the skies, When the duwdrops Of heaven are kissing the roses, It is then that my memory files. As If on the wings of some beautiful dove, In haste with the mossego It bears, To bring you a kiss of affeetlen and say, "I'll remember you, love, In my prayers." I have loved yon too fondly to ever forget The love you have ovoken for me, And the kis of affection still warm on my lIps, When you told me how true you would be. I know not If fortnlloe flokle or friend, Or If time on your memory wears, I know that I love you wherever you roam, And remember you, love, in any prayern. When the heavenly angels are guardllng the good, As God haL ordalned them to do, In answer to prayers I have offered to Hllm, I know there's one watching o'er you, And may its bright spirit he with you through life, To guide you up heaven's bright stairs, And meet with the one who has loved you so ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 May 1880

i, S .z . . it " ' 4 w _ ,,ý , . .,-f... . w "eSUEl BAON ubho ROUGEU OIsSA Y BAO LOUISIANA, MAY 8, 88. P ublimbe- f ruc Propi~lotor. DAVID '& GARIG. 1RtACKERS - SODA, CREAM AND SUGAR . Crackers, Stage Planks, Ginger Bread, As. sorted Cakes and Junmbles, all fresh stock at DAVID & GAR IG'8. W INES-Champagne, Catawba, Claret, San terne Port and Sherry Wines, all of good quality at DAVID & GARIG'S. )PRIZE CANDIES--In great quantities, also Shoo Fly Gum at DAVID & GAItIG'S. K EEN CUTTERII-Axes, lntchets, Knives, &c:, of the celebrated Ketn Kutter Co. DAVID & (;ARIG. BRIDOGEWOODS WARE-And China Tea Sette at prices which will astonish the na tives by DAVID & GARIG. SARDINES in Oil, Sardines in Tomatoes, all U find and lmportajCgoods at David & (arig't. OATMEAL--A few 51t packagest of fresh OPin Head at DAVII) & GARIG'S." CHEESE-N Y Cream, English Dairy Chee'se, C Western Factory Cheese. I)AV [D (IA 11(1 SUGARS-Cut Lost, best qquality ; Powdehred, ~atr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 May 1880

LEON JASTREMMSKI, Editor and Bnsinea Manager. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1880. FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. ALREADY. Alexandria Democrat. The eager attempt of certain news papers of doubtful antecedents, back ed by the whole Republican press of the State, to besmirch the Democratic Conservative State administration and accusing the dominant party of all sorts of unfairness, is too thin, and the views and objects of these writers are too plainly visible and apparent. It is the old game renewed and played over again by the usual coterie of disap pointed and time serving, pot-house politicians. Most of these false at tempts are aimed at Gov. Wiltz, and no true paper in the State can attempt with any hope of success to meet and answer all the falsehoods which it pleases certain renegade newspapers to put afloat against the State, which is their home by either birth or choice, and which ought therefore to be ex empt from their villification. At the present time, in Louisiana, 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. — 8 May 1880

SouiAtanta E gitolan. LOCAL MATTERS. See new Judicial advertisements. GA Baton Rouge young man has com menced exercises in drawing. He sits down by his girl and draws her head on his shoulder. Suppose the 'stubborn four' are gight in their belief; won't there be 5 against their 4, when Councilman Burke re thrns t Then what ? "Until the cows come home," they say, at 10 o'clock sharp, every morning, save Sunday, will the 'stubborn four' meet to agree to meet again. We are indebted to Mr. Andrew B. Booth, the enterprising merchant and business man of Hope Villa, for a copy .of the London (Eng.) News, for which courtesy we extend our thanks. The Advocate invariably preaches to the opposite of the Capilolian. Though it is abetting the four independents of the City Council, it has'nt the pluck to take an open stand against the Demo eratic Members and the Mayor. Willie Gesell, the popular Third street tinner is doing a rushing business. At tentive to business, he fills orders for work in h...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 May 1880

'I' THEi _tRACýE. N YETENT THAT OC'CURRED IN CANADA A'FEW YEARS AGO. From J. W. Shaw's New Novel. My pet, Kitty Wells, was in daily training, and the jockeys told me confi dently that she was sure to win money. I visited her at her stable every day, and she was always glad to see me; would greet me from the stall, when she heard my voice outside. Gentlemen, you can hardly conceive how great an affection I had for her. To love and be loved will soften, measurably, the hard nature, though the object of that love be only a horse." "Hear ! hear !" cried the President; "hear I hear !" "I believe you are correct-I believe you are," groaned Mr. Squizzle. The race day arrived. She was en tered against the best running stock of Kentucky, and stood a new candidate for honors, without a record. With her light, muscular jockey "Jack" in blue and white, upon her back, I thought she looked grand, while, with keen eye, she watched the preparations. She knew very well that it was her great day of 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. — 11 May 1880

7g m" sk i The Voice of the People is Our only Master. { . 1*, ; VOL. BATON ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1880. NO 5. 11 ~ ~ ~ ~ ___ ___ Nl.IIm n _ln Hl_ mnn m TTORNEY8. C W. P b tFo aTr AT I.AW s d ntr bic, Port Allen, West Iman tunge, La. il attention give to the col. lection of t, taking tettimony under 'corn mission, id t 11 other matters re.qiring the attention of a ttorney or Notary in the parish of Went BatA cege. npr24 v2'n13 H L. A0 , ATrouNtN Aub CotrNnato tloe in all the ýurts of the State of Louisan•a. 1rH M. DUPHIEE, ATFonNN and '*on r at Law. Oflice-No. I, Pike's Row. B ton ange, La. Will practice in the State at Fe al Courto" HE R N,BIRD& BICALE A bN Ni1 and CouNaseLto AT LAW. Office on Nor Boo ard street, near tie post oftce,. Baton goe, bta. Will attendl to a law b)si es en taed t to them in thin and adjoininge parish A. 8. arron.....C. C. Bilrd.....L. D. Neale. IA O & LAMON. .Arro-• N AT LAW. Office on Noith lionlevard street, ton longe, La. Will attend to ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 May 1880

- -- -- VCpaiiili LEON JASTIhEMSKl, "that a Editor and Buminess Manager. Aftei ý.. __,... .. all we IIATON ROUGiE, MAY 11, 18. acen FOR PRESIDENT, to the W. 8. HANCOCK, people blessec Of PIennsylvalnit. lIOTIOE TO OUI PATRONS. Owing to our inability to conommnui cate with our subsoribers and patrons,TH we will send the tri-weekly edition to those residing viithin striking dis tance, considering their silence as In p expressive of a desire to have the the Ti same continued. Ripon notification to been c the contrary, we ill. as int the past, which furnish merely the weekly edition. Febru This issue will be double the present favor size of the 'i-weekly, and though it geners will contain the more useful abd in- which teresting matter appearing in the patrot latter, it will discard all items that ceruin are calculated to interest only our have o home readers and those directly in- gree t terested in the doings of this city. from I Thus the advantage of the trl-teekly page 1 will be appa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 May 1880

____e__________ _ a_ _In Mlg i- a t there ill LOCAL MATTERS. wax," - - onal ati The man to correct a mistake is--the they w mnan who makes it. a reyin Clinton will have a ;nion Subbath ing lan 4ehool picnic oil the '22 inst. CAP "Take away wonan," says It writer, men ref "and what would follow ft" We would. trol tha Give l something hard) next titt. as the e columnt The Clinton Watchnllll sayst in refer- aeccottIl ,oicer to the CAIITOLIA's'. a N'Iears n'l b s it trl-weekly: "'Rah for Blton Rouge." lne. Lots of younlg men will present It girl We a with a five dollar hoclnuet when her served shes are are all run over, and she is in adt Infantr need of a new pair. gia, snsame bi Tight shoes are said by lBoston e(:-' It k Jisti to make had evesight. Now we iundlettanld why little Ihareflit lloIys see been 1 no much that is going oil. Our friends anild piitl'olM n lost Ihillge feliti out s5hortcomnings unitil we get our otlice for itie and attfachments in goodl running order. le d As ye...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 May 1880

A OENTENAEIAN MYBTEBY, A woman lately died at a home for aged people in New York. who was khown to be one hundred years old, and believed to be ten. years odler. Her name was Annie E. Potier, and she was a mystery to herself, and every- ,11 body else who knew her. She was a deyout member of ahburch, and attended regularly as long as she was bodily able. The mystery began when grand:nothers, who knew Annie Potter as the old woman of their church, when they were little children, looked around and found the old woman still in the T pht e. Thou they. began to put the yeats together, and, summing up the posutbilitles, thought the old. woman's age was worth inquirrng into. As the time of her death she had been In the home eleven years; before going to the institution she had been a seamstress 1 forty years; for thirty years before that she had bnen a hoctemaid, and for ten years before that she had been in the family of Hugh Maxwell as a nurse girl. The records of a oeureh make notice of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 May 1880

____ __ __ __ Xpir7 SýS ZTZO°°1 I F * * I The voicc cj de Q cope is 0::r oTicy .Master.* IL. 2A.T EIONI, IOGitLr. AY MAY 15, 18NO6 VOL. `TOM ROUG, LA., ATURTTAY, 'MAY 15. 18801 NO. . ATTORNEYS. ,(4 V. O)PE, '.i:n.lnrl .r LAw ai.d (-1 N1...rv Publid'. Irl't Allen. \ . t I'aton a;:I(, L. Sl. pc ial attention given to the .- ol h r-':on of ac'counts, talkinlg tetionlllOy ulndt r eoiln nmision, and to all othe.r MIaitt.ers rellrnlg thlle tltenntion of an Attorney or Notl;ry in the pIari-h of West Baton Ro:,ge. ,'pr.. vn T t1. LAN(4, ATTO.NEY AND COUNSELOR .I 1. At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. lice in all the .ourts of the State of Louisiana. lIAIO . 73. DUIPHEE, ATTORNEY 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 1;. Pike's Row, Batton :ouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal(Courts" HTERRON,BIRD &. BEALE 1 ATrIORNEYs and COU:N.EILOR1$ AT L.AtV. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post othice, ton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi entrusted to tlhem :n this and ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 May 1880

leoe made no response, but sadly 1 ed the unhappy father. en he stood beside the infant's era- t attention was at first monopo- es y. his cousin Maria,, who had fi n herself at the doctor's feet, and t; yiug to him, in a husky and hol. e, full of a4Z al anguish: a will save he She will not die?" dottr shook hisheadsorrowfully, 1i nding toward Pergolese, whis- 8 -in his ear: 1mothers are thus; they cannot tand how their children can die. tle girl, however, has not ten to live." Maria, she had taken the doc movement for a sign of hope, and almost with a smile that she re to the cradle; but when she her lips to the little girl's fore it was cold. She had just expired. mother uttered acry and fell to the tl The doctor devoted himself to re g her from her swoon. Little by p he recovered consciousness, and, ching the cradle, took the infant's -in her own as if to warm them. octor was consoling the father, h as weeping in a corner. Pergo id nothing, but his heart was filled sorrow. He stoo...

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 May 1880

A FIGHTING EDITOR'I WORK. boston Post. A western editor, whose style of writing was calenulated to arouse people to deeds of gore, being himself not much on the muscle, found it necessary to keep a fightidg editor, and he had a speaking tube connected with the healer's room to call him when danger required. On day agentleman whom the editor had referred to as "a cross-eyed dromedary" came in to request a correction, and as the fighting editor was out, he didnl respond to the signal of distress, and while the editor and his visitor were on the tfldbr under the desk, the former agreed to correct the mistake, and the irate man left. Pretty soon a gentleman from the rural districts came in to give the editor a big squash and get a notice, and about that time the fighting editor returned, and a boy in his room told him that the boss wanted help. The man of war was quick to respond. and dashing into the chief's room, and seeing the latter in a somewhat die. ordered condition, tue result o...

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 May 1880

LbSON JA.s'TIE1:,1slKl, .lllditor and "i[mhle, . .Isu~n~ger. l '21 '1 ' 1 (1 0 1 ' 4 ; ,,. M . A I l . ,il t. FOR PRESIDENT, W. s. HANCO CK, ' t4 I(Eu .1:: :', i1 0 The hl ,, ,to'k 8a.1, 1,k Lt.'0: P.ln lii' :.arefuilly nrem ,\ d f11 IIII a pi,tol b..for, it is given tl a ih[d tt o i, .:ty wit!,. Th'1 11lore blchns I a' :trtý.1, "'Lua:trit':t man the o(tler dla V. ', i, >t at tts:a.L Over the Ib;i.olu nod k lll'd a ihal ." A t hh.en ki.., lu, i:- .. ;uly ill Inatll l a I i ,alt it 6 ;li,, i., ot at Ced ':"'. t To u,,a r :1e ,O: desite alo 8u0il0it. iiy ltett:Z i~ 5011 Aif u shm n. i. a ,:tllll. l+mimll collin, "x 'ha te '< ""I it t")S' ;lvl . that c etalin 44;4 a!t('::( ud 'or 1 i fa.i' livin:-t rcratult "oe lelt odl y t .ri tol ,d It : ;, tot r ,t , Ihat wlenlt `1.1:uhuks wats h1,o()::1'11! that tlhetr, were no goosei 'i t41.'s fI44.1 1 ,421i(,i he watied to klnow wh'. la.d 1:ti º(;an -ed to the goo . h t PIlay u'Ct " i t' .1oep ui1 it t li \ pota-, toes, play (ltib, i a ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 May 1880

INCA -ATTE RS, ..4..r.. - 'ii l ' 11f y s l ' thi ., ah fitlly lie sls i'si. thI ;irI ti',, , Iti ' 1 1 ;I,' ,'t lth1rs ihtis'+ h tL ,fe''' 111s'1 ,in S ftii 'tn t le 1f (411fli, 11. In 11' 'iii ll i 1.i4 'ii in tIe l 1ii 1 I4iii n ii litf 11I 'ti, f e s, eýe e e'in 1i s'' '1 t!':t th' .ai' I' 1, 1 1'1,1,. \v . II \ . T$ :, ,11111 , 4h;l !, 1'.1. S'li ,iisin' lIi,'+s l ,,fhe (T II I ' ,, ll l ' l ;In" I, " 'll hllt I, Ii.t :Ir , 4". 4 1 1,4 1 X(, 14., 4il tl; : l i 0 1.0 ,tu;11' 1 , st 11 +. i, 1 . 41~111 f o':ii. f + le if f,, .ll' s ' : fil l ll',, ' el, ,. i l. 1 l l, l' 1111 ' :I m l, I, "h ln + flu'd111 '11 \ . I .11 :,114l , lI.II7 1 ii e 'rI1+ Iesi II . I su tis ef 1,.1i i h; ' II ii' aeI llsi.1 ' .s ee : ite 1' ,ils , 'i11 s l'l , s 111,f e il l :'i li ,e1 l'111 , e`iss if t's''s tsf eel s'ites' t li 1i"ilsn e ii'e ' fls sii "1 1 1 \ II .' isis i f' f. 4 .im 1 .i f, li, ' f S.' n lll, (1i1i 1 , Ii' llf ih" . II., tli. it 4 I' ii 0i1li' n ,ll l, it 'r 1 l -r1+ lit'l t hll mi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 May 1880

. AOQUIBING A TRADE. (loston Journal of (Commerce,) A very general mieapprehension seems i, exist among mechanics' apprentices as to their duties and the object of their apprenticeship. Nine out of ten consider that the entire novitiate is to acquire a knowledge of the use of the tools of their trade, and facility in their handling, and that with this ac qulrement their trade is learned and their apprenticeship e lded. Thus we have so many mechauies, who, instead of being masters of their trades, have their trades for their nmaster.. The mechanic who can use his tools only under the direction of a boss or over seer, has not attained to the mastery of his business, and unless he does he will be, all his life long, a slave to the con tingencies of mechanical demand. It in not to be supposed that every mo ch(anic can be a boss, but it is compe tent ftr every mechanic to be qualilied by his acquired knowledge tr the position, even if he does not lposess the necessary natural capabilit...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 May 1880

illNE sc('HIDlIIOOD. dldren dbey vas put in ped, acked oap for der nlgbdt; t m:ne pipe der mantel off, by der fireside prlght tabondt hen I asm yong pder, who vas dea, at nighdt-like I do Bams hcked me oap in bed. alt me off mine fader too, ow hae yoost to may, y, you haf a hardt oldt row be, and leedle blay!" pe out dlot id vas dine rine oldt fader maid, 10voodhing down mine liaxen hair t"cnking me in ped. 4t folk, Id vam like as dlbream bpr'ak of dhem like slot. en and I van 'oldt folks now, haf two :children got. dhom more as infor van leedle curly head. nighdt ve dake d henm iup tucks dhemn in dheir ped. en, mutlnedimuie, vi:en I fefic s plne, all dings lonesome seem, I vas dot poy again, dim van all a dhream. to kis rmini moder yvoar'. 'then miine brayer vus said ne fader lake, meo op k me in mine ped. MID EXECUTION OF CHARLES I, les I. was born at Dunfermline Oth of November, 16O0, and was ad and favorite son of James I. ;death of his brother Henry, he Prince of Wales in 1612....

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 May 1880

80ME CURIOUS STORIES or THE NOBILITY. The duke of Leeds traces his descent from Lord Mayor Osborpe ;the Buings liod two peerages, Ashburtn and Nortbbrook, and several peers ~re, or, have been, bankers. The earl oaJersey ii a partner in Child's bank, aid is:s coonection of a Villiers with alhrrat.ve businese has come about by a romantic incident which occurred at the: end of the last century. The tenth 'iarl of Westmoreland ran away with the only daughter of Robert Child, the ,head of the bank, on the 22d of Mdv, 1782. Although the runaways had a good start in their journey to Gretnh Green, the father caught them up in Cumberl aril. Lord Westmoreland was equal to the occasion, for he stood up in his carriage and shot the leading horse in Mr. Child's chaise, by which bold proced ing he was able to get over the border and be marred before Child interfere. It is said that the nobleman had, previous to the elopement, put the following question to the 'banker, "Suppose you were in love w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 May 1880

1 iý' Qt ýý. r Mft. a I t a i ti I 41-1 - P _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 11 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ; ___ __--· ~ ____-- *:t- #r: i .. .. __,·_ 17. *A..s Z08 A i uI l VOL. 2. 1'15O N RODJ1E, LA,,TUJSDAY, MAY 18, 1880. NO `LV. .ltTORN EYS. ( t lP. POW)W , AfmnlWVIY cr LAW cnd Rotary Public, Pent. A lieu, W.,.t 1101on ItIoeUc, II. lI~pueiai a$1 i be givt.n to; thee (01 h-rrtiur of wcccouptn, taklnR trrM~nH,)m adde~r lcnin iIiiIMlMtit, ahcI to all etkrrcnatthrM ruirtfl iCg the cttentcio or ane Attorney or otar lIl tillhe' lccrteh ut tVe' W Ratoc onOgV+. iprl vJUl:t IT '.J AY(*.A'rTrouN5 ANtCOulfrUctcunl I teAt, Law, Dhaldeieleoillee, LJ.. Wil pjro tlen hia all the cunrter of the state o LoeJnlatcea. rn ()l*. R. i DO1I't1lI AelrroteN r a nsd onncifii at L.aw. O ce'n-Noc. ti, Piko'c Rlow, Itattont jee, La. Will practive' in tice "Into -and F eileralýCowrtwr J EURRON.RIRI) A I17ý;ALE A urowe.vt sacd Coux5tsIA)IItc I ,1v. (iflico coi Northi )JItlnrvarl street, near Iicc'ot ollluc', ilcto IRougeo, Lit. Wi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 May 1880

I,ISON .IADT'I'REM RNK I, Cditor rand ll eluthl s Mainla r. ' l.A'l'elll ROllE', 8AM :t1, lItK. POR PR18ID INT, , W, 8. HANCOCK, Of. I',naikrvlvnnin. 'TI8 A DUTY TO BE FBAI e[, Elhewhere will be read the manly r1 remarks of our esteemed Clinton con irore of the Patriot-.emnocrat, in re ply to the accusations preferred by ,vertail papers that those of their con temporarlies, who have seen lit to give itterance to the discontent of the peo ple, at some of the acteof the togisla. tl I ure and of the Executive, are doing a 1 very great wrong in thus performing their duty as journalists. It is not ti evidence, of' a deter- i tuination to oppose the State Admin istration because of' exprossions of dlisaplproval or 4ondncllaat.iou of some of its acts. It is rather a mnaulifestai lion of tlhe desire to enlighten those at the head of itfflirs of the true condi- , lion of public soutii'nt. The worst 11 of friends or supporters, are those who c cry amo'n to all that is done, whether il it he r...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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