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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 May 1880

(ix-'l lt £ 1 3i0l0i1' l LOCAL*M SIS. ('ourad's Budweiser bottle eet i ni iitvigorat1to the iva T'hle putletiot licessec and o to' ernal lteven'efl directed 1 iDepulty ('ullector, Mo. o other eltiimn. m The eonuninity will hear of the .deai pf W.. 'Y e k a val wie cisit5dly Apoplid ' daylb t.d IIe lad hc een a resident lof the parish for many ylweWs, where he hltr)tdedil a lrge ua circle of friendcs. IkBware of imitation. Call otuly for it Couirad's latdlweis'r. It' yeou find anty imitation, please report the same imonic- C diately to C. Conradl & Co., Wt. Louis, , or to Johnt Miller, the geneoreal agent, . No. 2, .Ieckscn street, New ORhleai, Ii SII;llo . )i )Itlt'9.:r)llrl - Melsrs. Guy inmuels, Thonus 11. Brown, .1. W'. M' Main, !I. Feillwhenl, !B. Magruder, Ed. W. Willis andl .\. !lurris have been ap- '1 pointed Selool ilirectors for this parish. al / 'Tlhems gelltlemeit will doulhltless give tl ' entire satisfacton l. Mn. E.. ).'I'iou.n , annllounes iu au-0l other eolum...

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 May 1880

LINB8 BY MAJOR. RANDOLa'o' olnl letwvsipelr of 1"i, 7'. Itaruldelph'$ lines %i'ill never grow old : A hittaiin of 'idteld States troo º wet, through Ricvjmondol 1t I"iy soit their w:ay to Fonth Carolina, ila they were ,iar:rhin', alogi fitiee . pitssed the WVashint l IloillUitunt, and. could not help thanking of the lines writ ten by Major Ran:dolph at the time of f he placing of the Marl'shall statue on its eldestal : We are glad to.see you, John Marshall. my boy, 8o fresh from the chisel of Rogere! (Go take your stand on the monument thee, Along with the other old co leus, With WslhUiJon,, ef'ersoN-, UtgIlrtyr p Who sinne) Withi great tra ei Ini their .tldfahioned nationso nd Right, And their hatred of wrong and oppression ! You came rather Into to your pedestal, John, For Boe" Solpt poule} hbe ý 1;w, .or the volume' ya holid' aohlo*lthe iw, And this is no longer Virginia. The old Maraliall-law you exponnded of yore, Is not nr iIý to toei irpoe; . And the ihrmal law f the no...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 May 1880

-- an - y y,.., H..,,. :0ý1MIlY'I. . . ,c N.- - t ,' Nil I 1" 'I ____he Vo ce oef~ý x'eophis 0'o zly f VOL. 2. - uul. . ATTORNEYS. lalnge, La. Special attention given to thel cel h,.tion of ace.olunts, takiig testimlony under 4otll missioin, and to all other matters requirhing the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Biton Rouge. apr21 v2n13 IT . LANG, ArroKNEY AND COUNNttELOI II. At Law, Donaldsonvillo, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. lI'liO() . U. DUPI'EE, Ar'routaP.Y I. and Counselor at Law. Oflice-No. Pi, Pike's Row, lBatton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal C(otrt' E IIERRON, IRD &. IrEALE J. Afrrontnrs and CoUNSEIo.lts AT LAW. Otlice on North Boulevard street, near the post office, IBaton Rouge, Ia. Will attend to all law busi nesa entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. pQA. S. Herron. .. .C. C. Bird..... L. D. Beale. VAVROT & LAMON. A'rroT NEY' AT LAW. Office on North itoulevard street, Ba...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 May 1880

FOR PRWEIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. THE~ SIDENTIAL NOMINATION ed to opini( Fm pr oboprvatious hrough, the be ve newspapers Roa from private sources, Thi it seems probable at this time, that who i the bummers of the Republican party ternil will succeed in nominating Grant at and e Chicago. The carpet bag element in "N the South united to the Belknaps, pay i the Delanos and that class of politi- is, th. cians are out at the elbows, having perse been without offices for the last three no gi years or more. Like a pack of hun- we 8 gry wolvps the governmental carcass scare is about to be offered as a prize to blam those endowed with the toughestjaw- aowa bones. are They are moving heaven and earth consi to get their file leader, Grant, the warl man who divided the spoils wiith them ze. before, in position to feed them on the offici fat of the land once more. sacr Aye, the boys are hungry, so hun- of j4 gry that the bondholders an~imonop- part olists who are backing Jim hBine a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 May 1880

.. ,41ebodwhit r bottled b1 rt an 1ig ,>ib lv ilid. '' f ilda ylnst, Sylvan'nter IrIin , derrnel, the colored man, who wonlldedl )leary White, coloredi, on last Maltiurdy ' icvfhiWg, on the Knox plautltioti, oft IIe I Ilighllulad, came to town, ndl sirreniel'r de hilani4f to Hlhertff liltt.s, ;'JmnIlgh ofhrattetitive I'aria .h;iilor, Mr. AIt IOnity S1ait('ci , wo, l , li rli, I l1 t the oatch s Inteno of IIer. ( ltrki , coly Ii ilirtl, to vic.te of iatnl'dr in lthi. firstl i Ni'. , wis, oItnc ll unlt y list, N (,41i1liitii.( o4 I illpristot ntlliltl lr lilfe. Clarke wasi I ' l',rdlingly Neat to Ile I'en'itl' ntinl y. Ilowi r," of imitationl. ('il i only l l ('olrnt d's ||Illweit'l'. I' yoi! t|hti ally i tllli tion, Ip'jla e e ioru hi e i i:11 1ii In -i - iliately t, o C. (l o.l & Co., ISt. hois, or to , Johntl l il t r, till I, lltlgeneral agent, Nol. 2, Jlorntgl. strellt, dtew I'llenriII: Mr..,. . 1. I. ': e, iltr - l: Ingf imp a e r' hr ito ,luckifry, I'. i . A., vhil th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 May 1880

A MAD MAN11 WARD FIVE, ((a ,. prtt. ntº1,Vr WoTIwtIP)x OErMA AYI, M11,14- AT AN. OTllrtlt-lar:l'rff MI9N? Tll --ll- 10 FINALLY' I'AlkJIP'i')O (' IIY.1º.lt )~VI~ 'L(il IMpºArt. TIPVAs) I *e1oe'itrultliJu x.'lte'onitt p.rovaoi.'t lilt' It whtile lint 'rTnIeiy In the itttlghtlioTi Ihgoti of Mlilite Chnrvh, wrhid liveo. Ont `fe' hie.ll folr it hvt'rlei y.'nrrl rr of ithlls 11114. th iliuhit. Airstitit yours of14 411Bg fits.e feu vi tuio t Iareii the oli ll litt ltlt'. IIt' bitghnl rs reaorii, edr. 'l tor KHA·, 11 i11 t11l aging bin l . Illtttitt' wit Wlt o is lii!, 1unt Iii ithnl I ithia i olev Ie r i tellhlt'11 0 tt ititi p aflatrn itt ~Vooei' itttet elet,tartitit'l tiptltet t'flly tti)lt aunk nltqiellragole In lli.' heled'tot of tis (tlow'e) iwosrthat loII to hist ott' stlelo rlici, Ml. Ta iyow tlotw, 't'holhl goneto hiis houiitl oWaKito l hust' 14lit lout ti1-41 itfor h i nlfe Il Ie l l(o ti wnt hi1e ilS h t11111 l1u toe 141 no esiel hi s lot 111111 informedr Iht'm of~l tl~ terrible ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 May 1880

' .. .h , 44f t .~t . 'ý ' ý ý ,,, ... Ir: ddk t 4 *1~· - . S V kt -9 - T V·eo- -the 1ehe -l aicecif ople s1rny Uster' 1 h VOL. 2. 1 BAO ýOGE JA; THRDAY MAY 2Z 1880 .Vi'34~ t 40Sd4.U~jt~* (I T I'( I'E, .Vnrltt uI .xr I w rno L.' Notai I titlit, Port .\Al"'. \\,t lttoll I. , l. ll. Mf ial atttaeitin., nFivln to th i r l Jeut ien of armmitnt tnikh iga tE tonlonll' ieler com-3 .lt'ntiIll otf l11n Attorney.flI i3n' No IIIry in I th'e parish .ot I I. At l.aw. Donslsl onvll. La. Will prac. tiac in all thoe conlrtA of the State of Louisiana. ,tatl RI(tE AM ______ I ERRON.BIRDI SEALE S1  tronl ai ll OItNEL.oi AT LAW. )Office olu North tl ulevard street, near the }eenst oftice, Ilaton Rouge. La. Will attend to all Inwbuni. nelan ntitustedio lthem in this iandI adijotining i parishes. A. S. Ilerron.... . lC.Iird.....l . 1enle. S.lret. lBaton Iote. L i. iVttenul to all law blusiness entrull ted to teni in this iandt all jeloi1li.ng parishes. II. M. Favrot ....... . ... I1. I1. Limon. E WV...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 May 1880

A RIDE FOR LIFE. "Did I ever t.-ll you about that Cal iftornia adventure of mine t A ridefor life, I may well call it asked old 'djor Rausome, as hesettled bintialf back into the depths of at easy chair situated at the 'head of the mesetable. The long, breezy hall was well tilled by oAeers of the regiment, mestly young moe, who had seem but little active service, and the reineioeences of the older gentlemen of the corps were always eagerly listened to with respectful ooSideratleb. "Well, itsmay serve to while aswy an idle half-boar, sad if yeou are all so disposed, I will relate the circumstances. The details are indellibly stamped upon my memory I ean assare you." The time-honored regimental can circulated around the table, cigars were lighted, and the Major clearing up his throat. commenced: "When California was first admitted int, the Union it was filled with more than its quota of desperate charactere gathered from all parts of the globe. Perhaps the worst element, the meet trea...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 May 1880

CHICACO. TIE DEVIL A3"D HELL TURNED LOOSE IN TILE CITY OF BLOODr 681IRI MORALS-THE BULLDOOZERS QUTLoQN,., One of the most irutal murders on the Chicago criminal calendar took place last week in the killing of Mbllie Tobin, a toMtlltbi. yosng Wom severee 1e s, by her faiJ~t sOI Tobin. He formerly liv4e in eontreal CauPda, where be narried, and where the girl ge~eting death at hi hapda lst night was born. He 4eserld his ,wife, and was not heard of fr soepe er . He then returned' and prevailed upion Mrs. Tobin to'live with him again, the two coming to'Chicago soon after. Thfs w"' l's1O;, asl ddring theee long ten years he har beens steadily sinking lower 'nd lower' id tflb eldlhs of dissipation and worthlessness, embit tering the life of his wife, who has never ceased her endeavor to reclaim him, and -pklig the home of his chil dren a mockery of the name. Such was Tobin's temper and love of liquor that actual want would have long ago forced a separation of the family but for the assis...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 May 1880

E4ditor ot 4d 8A RO ý p.OtYr~il, , 1 's'I t OmiI P Dnes o. Tim'nes his the ft11*tng paragrapla: "It in taportce 'tlftt the military school at Baton Rouge will soon be numbered among the things that were," We arte at a lo0n to iwaginu upon #wlhnt authority our coantemporary sees lit to announce the dlssolutlon of so important ain institution of learning to the youths of our State. The Trinme ,hould not dentl o lightly upon the subject before it had taken the tront ble to seek flll infornmationl concerning the status, the resources and futltre prospects ofit a college that every Iouisianitt shotlld strive to render a Iniversity unsurpassed by any in the lund. We will not attempt to recite the difficulties under which the University Slbored during the period of Radical lar, when a crushing blow was dealt to it nas to almost everything else in Ilouisialna, that could not afford oludi tio,,i diision and sielruce. We will only speak of the Institu tion its we find it at present. It occup...

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 May 1880

tri.WeIklyh ap Qitaliat LOCAL MAT . unedaU's edition. Till attention of those liable to Olao and other dues to the t1. $. kL 1 Revenue, i. ditVl lle a Deputy Collector, Mr. Neontadtl, in ,an other celuen. Conneilmanu Richard 11. liurke, arriied to-day, ,Tuoey, oý the (ay , in ine healltb ý°d-j ri 1121:101lp1ams ac= cept nut 13 ~ SI oonncilmeth from below can now iee ae commuodat4d to a rattling meeting. The rommunity will bo pained to hear of d tbueat degrl I Wa glpa c ni* oa esle citizee l ndo lah 1 9 warn caused by Apoplexy on Mond y an . lio haml eru a re ident of the, parish for maany yiars, where hI e had formil a large cirele or fleglip. * t ýl I 8ISllr. I)ll)traETrOlMA - MlMsre. (1GIy eamellls, 'lmontºs II. lBrown, .1. W. Me. Blain, IL Fibi st4t, 1A..1gra~ar,; l}. W. Wihli,, ntld A. Iltrris, hlave bhen ap pointed chool l)itertorq far this paridmb Th'le'w. ge'ttlu'ueaen will dolthlºiles give' i nltiro natisfl'tion. Mu l. 1). T.artrAs4, 4dtaanintea' in an of thr ehrola , ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 May 1880

LINES BY MAJOR IAIDOLPH OF VIRGINIA. \Ve clip tilhe filowing fron: a lihl u nW11w1lpatpper of, 9l-'. landolp's 'iies will uever grow old : A battalion of United St:ltes tronop went tlrr.ough.liiclOllldllanst Friday oil Ih teir way to oJoth...G(rouina. While they were anarclingllong thil street wite passet the Washitngtol mipnuWleal, anW copld pot help thinking of the lites writ t(u by Major Rlaudolplt at the ttime o the placing of the lttrshall Itatuo on its pedestal : We are glad to see you, Join Marshall. my boy, lio fresh from the chisel of Rogers? UG take your stand on the moamupent there, Along with the other old codgers, With Washington, Jefferson, Henry and such, Who sinned with a great transgresslon, Ia their old.fashioned notions of Froedom and Right, And their hatred of wrong and oppression ! Yoa came rather late to your pedestal, John, For sooner you should have been here; For the volume you hold is no longer the law, And this is no longer Virginia. The old Marshall-law ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 May 1880

EA T7TIFUL LVESM. A young lady of Philadelphia, who had contributed several articles to the press of that city on the subject of 'remperance, was accused of being a monomaniase on that subject, where upon she wrote the following pathetic limes: (lo feel what I have felt, i o bear what I have borne Sink 'neath the blow a father dealt, And the cold, proud world's scorn ; Then suffer on from year to year 'fhy sole relief a scorching tear. (io kneel as 1 have knelt, Ileseech, Implore and pray itrive the besotted heart to smelt, The downward course to stay; lie dashed with bitter curse aside; Your prayers burlesqued, your tears defied. Go weep as I have wept, O'er a loved father's fall, See every promised blessing swept, Youth's sweetness turned to gall Life's fading flowers strewn all the way T 'hat brought me up to woman's day. 1lo see what I have seen; Behold the strong man bowed, With gnashing teeth lie bathed in blood, And cool and livid brow; 41o eateh his withered glance, and see...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 May 1880

"LITTLE SNOW WHITE." AN INi'I;: TINI ; "'C !RY ri, .1 ('lithIDilEN. AIlwrt 'I'. eluuI T, Ii It ( el'l n (lp fr ", is tlie anther of u liandluoue pw z lug eni led'( "Little nIIlt "V1 Wite," or a:s Ithe I 'er ;loa s cll hri:, "c'ahiwnli tth l ," i . f11ih 1ic',, millu : L tilli ;I rielle'ii :lt Nw - 1ng t her iper' *ýstvýyp qudnl without. The window t'rait' was of elbny, anil is the snow lhly oil the sill it looked so Ioheiutiftul that ilhe forgot what sfhi was doing, iind presently pricked her tin ger with the needle. Three drops of blolod fi ll on the snow, wlid it, lIoked ilo l rllarning (that the qIueel said, "Alh, (l od! that. I had ia cilhl as white :,! srnow, as. rdl nas bloodl.' n'ml as black as hcony." Miich a c(hiltl waN a0on lrn to her, anil s]ii' died, eaviung tihe little one to the kiug's eare. Soon, howeve'r, lihe narried again i. and she c'ould nut lnlur the thought that in all the world the're wais one imorei lovely thani she. In her hower was ai mirror, to which she ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 May 1880

1 ý~- - .r . .;- ~ o n t :( = ' 'i* ,1 1. 1. rV, Ij oS/ i l: (itr;' o lly lY, 4Y ,5, 188o, '0. tO V(l, a. .) I A 'I'()N lRlO U E, I ,A, 1'AES DI)AY, MAY 25, 1880. N O / t.,,, 1' 11' 1:. \111411'.11 i t 1·\ v lull gigigi I gig i 'niigi , I' ii. 1i.,i1+iIt,g1g ee Iieieeiiie itttiii'' ii itii ii rg l3 1111ifii iig en 11N 11 11 4,g 4-1 1 g It . ( ll sg' N (1, 4 onr( * Alr 1),(( iii IIl r , 1N '111.11,"111,1( nlbudnw, 111111 In 11 11 ~1 th, 1( IgIIg . 041Ii taut, IV . Iii i'i gulr 11 I g ut'ml (1Iig)' gel E iiti l 1 1.i,1i.,l liA iiKII. I i I i I i I lI%,Iggggu g11 II iii , 1 ,i g 1 Ig 11g111 1i', 114 11-4 iii aliiil ti ll liii 4 1 1 iiii'iiiiiil Ml Mu 4 41 Ij'liiiiiiili M. i V. llgileri.g1 1111 11g.igii4 g 11g11-gg * n iii uwrcc,'` g il li I iii ()ilti ii..4 lio Ihttylu igglig i 111 jggig l W3gi 'igili'l ii, l ,i~ )I)l)r~ )l~ln( l 1 (1. 1111) 111(,I 1 11 1'l 111(i 1111*, IIL /N.111 .1 1y1114',1%1.1( A1ti tut xtaa dt t t Nie ,I I AI 1.%w (tt is 1111 NIIItIII Iltatl4,yittd nl 11II ',(1(11...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 May 1880

dri~jEcrhh~ &pitoliuxn -~U LEOI JAT3hEMSl(t , - - , gat IIATON Jjfl'!mE, MAY Z5, IAN)i il t" iiibe FOR PRESIDENT, put W. 8, HANCOCK, O t' Itenn ylva1li' ioli - ---- - -- ---_-- geiI U. 8, GRANT AGAI, it Th'I'le Illinois conventioll lits Virtu- not ally nominatlted (railt by instlucting Iie its delegates to support him att Chi- ol cago for re-elctli, 1cto Il third ,:tnel', n1 lts I'nlu'dent of these l'United States. p Twenty yeatrs ago, ItuIo, it niglhty Ai struggle took pIhc: at thie polls to di Ae clde whether thtll National (:ovvru- pit meut had the right to iutertlio with Co, thlie Institutions existing by virtullO of ti the Constitution, in some of the stv- si ereign States of tile nllioun. th ''The verdict, owing to divisions lto tmlong the opponlents oI' thle liepuIlil- tl cal party, was renllder' d ill favor of tll Aburaham lincoln, whose ehlction upon the known inttntiotnsol his parl'- i t"tianls, was the signal fur ill appl,'l  to rllnls. It becaime it wlr ofthe thi N...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 May 1880

-.--. . . . . . - , ---- - · LOCAL MATTERS. 'rThe river In still fulling at thi, point. '1'hd daysy are warmn . This Is lnot : new idetl, hnt a very feeling one. See thle l'teros'tic oll thle auºe of ullr " accnmplishetl Idruggllist, )r. F. M. Ilrooks, tcoitpotsed by Ia frietld. T'l N. 0. Country Visitor says: "liThe ''ri-Weekly CAr'ITrroI.I is a first-class Plii r-typlograplhically tui l cditorially." Dnvig & (iarig oti'rs a first-class I stellni eligillo foir sale to-dlly--also I iI ytoke of good icen. tre :ilvertise'ie'it, ill anllother it.llitl. Th'le steanier Klitie, onie a pallitial wonder onl the Mississippi river, now orcnpli lii's the ilnhlle position of al whlirf hont lit the Monrllo lllanding. ('ol. .Joln 11. lhllsei y l1ts r'iemoved toI S-. Jslphl, whero lhe resiumlins the pi'Ie' tice of his iprofe5ssion. Wo lhoIli t lie ('olniel the sullcte's his tlh ents nielit. Let no,' of o1r people get, exeitilel' over the alleged gold find in this State. W'e ildon't Inelieve t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 May 1880

The Beautiful Snow. The maiden name of the anthoress was Doera Show. She was born and grew to womanhood in the Wabash Valley, Indiana. Her parents weke plain, lion erable people, blessed with plenty, though not rich, as the world goes. They loved their beautiful Dora, and bestowed on her an education which very few females ever receive. That aeeomplished, to wed her to some weal thy and distinguished gentleman, as is oe often the ease, they had the fatal delusion that the daughter's will should be sacrifced upon the altar of mammon that wealth and ambition should be prc fired to love. In 18t50, F . 8. LoBaum and Dora Shaw were married. LeBaum was a citizen and the ~oesessor of an immense prop erty In St. Louis. Being in the Wabash Valley, on business for his house, he saw, loved and wooed this young and beauti lf woman. lie then obtained her pa rents' consent, and marriage, which fol lowed, was hallowed by no love, save upon the side of the husband. Taking his bride home to his sple...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 May 1880

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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 May 1880

LEON JASTIEMSK I, I. -ION RM, MAY 27, 1I . FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of |IPcnn ylv vii . The Coushata (Citizens continues to "warnm up" its light :iagainst thc ad ministration. Whoever is honor'alie and c.odid, honest 1and coll'Lcons, is a tru'e ge'n thman,a whether l''rnedl or unlearne:d, rich or poor. The Vienna Sentinel says it is bet ter for a man to part, his h:ir in the middle than to divide his politics in that manner. T'he Courier-Jour'nal says thell Ihe publican procecdings at ('hicago last Monday were directed by the ilmost distinguished Lrol:so'r of beer, bribe. ry and bulldoozing in the '"grand ol elpublican lparty." Strange what a dililb'eIc a h' w words will make. TheI' Ie'lublic:lll now call it "Senator L' 1 huptOilO's states mallnlllike speechI." A short; (illl( agoi it wits "'WVadc lhimoton's rebel yell." lHow we applles SWill. ........---- - One of thei colored lep)iiic'Itan 1dele gates to the Shitt ('onvelntiotl IwanIts thie following plank inserted in lithe C...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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