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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 May 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. ''ll~ oli~j mnn, of thei St. laiit dry .ltat d at'irih~llit with spicel llanl lbilte *titreti . Wet alwy. t lke pride tin 'inedin tfil I coilltun of tti ll "Thit IBoys of ''O" lhaul at dctlightfllul tirnn t; iJ1 ir lpicnl ' e.tr('ntldli. Everl' tling ii(II Withoult Incident, excepti ihe titfiiti nth iat lehtt lit t 'hi' ier rly hlllntit , wllhiclh iw rlatl d i anll other 'l I l Wte think with one of our I leaxhalnitk ,' that the ih'itiv'iulal who will W.get Ul'i n contriVllllnc e to iprrve' tet Iiftin froms 1IIlt tini in thirir sure flintc on lhe side wailk.t Will pise hii elf t i gullis t ut i lih thpefirltor Alnl lit Ithe NKuairo timnle the IIl, "'Not itilh of Ill l rge-ied l lln' iani e.llollt 'll lion L angt', an upptra etintce ( \ploed lat the lwork, aolliof i r. ,I, W. Iirown, it, with alivl t iil tutUate ael cietll lnt, TIicis tlny., While otiling Hntiie art oi f thel, ittnel ii''lrv' otf ithe eiile', w hich aii hf ill t ini at the tin', he got oi ught ill ft...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 May 1880

THE 1. 0. DEMORBAT ANlD . A· ADiINITBATION,. begun togive expression to Ihe deep seated disgust that lhas fallon upon the, patriotic citizens in colnsc luec)Ie of Ihe sudden realization, tlt the pred iutions mnade by some gI `ufbeest i"ell of the Democratic spiiy tet suoirimer, have been fulfilled. These predictions wjere to the effe6t thlatseicre Ipolitician at the head of the State (Goverlllllnt, would le s failure. Several uowspapers, in dill'cret, seotiot of the -State, hlithorto strictly identile I with the Demucrtic party, have made earnest and serious cri ticismns Ipoll the administration. Thp I ' 0., I.cuowerl, applaently the orjal 6i the' udmiinistratlon, Ihas on saeer4l oocasions tidkle weak and pnertile eflorts to ridicule this growing sen tilmaenuu bf distrust. It has atd bjit one forlhi of uxpression, by wibtao i~present and characterize the earnest expostulations that have recently appeared in various Iapers in ,thelo$ i ' i:r ,.` w ,ered tu e ltato,, Rouge CAPITorL...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 May 1880

TRI-WEERLY. ýý+.."z + ", A+ wrt +AR,. r The Voice of the Pcople is Our only Master. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1880. fi ll I III I m l • 1 1 1 • e l • l • • I I l . m l i I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . AT'IORN EYS. I 1VM . I' I'!iE, .\r:ui t  r i.iw ,lald, I Notarv IIbli", PI'ot A.111.,v . West' ll ahin lIn(,f . la.' sp ,il attentioh giln to tih 4l.1 irt'iun l of thr Iunt., takilu Stn II ICo l di'lr llW - 1iho, in aro l to all h rt11 4-1r ' tl lf 'l ril t '0llj 0lll , tll. :ilis iinl f 1 lll u l 'tonr y" lot No'tifl'V ill ilt' p t'iwh . l* At Law, 1)onal.n, 11vill', i.a. Will prac. fihe in all the rontdsr of the iatel of Loliniallll. ru ill )~.. i. DI i'P EE1. Arnc.ixs. .1 ai CuoInslr at Lacw. ()tfic,--N`o. I, Pike Rtow. i attin HIoggi, La. Will practie, in tlhe Stat and IFederuil (Co. rt "I ERRON.BIRI) n. ]IEtALE I 1 Ar'iNF. t and1 COiN~Fulft5 AT LAt W. ( Othe oun Northt luiil vatrd street, near the post oethie. l'M t I ltouri. La. Wiill attInd...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 May 1880

FROM THiE DEAD. 'It is provokirg,' Mrs. Lord said. '1 have a letter here, asking me to. provide a suita. le go veru ss for two young ladies of 16-' 'Provoking 1' said Ella Jones, when you are wishing so much for position for Agnes 1' 'Hear inme out. The situation is charming. My correspondent writes that the home is all that the heart can desire, the pupils amiable, the house under control of a house-keeper, and the father a w dower. But a condition *4uat ..,.perativc is thrL, the goveruess must be middle aged.' 'And Agnes is 2t.' 'So you see she will not do.' 'Suppose I go f' cried Miss .Jones. *Yes!' cried Mrs. Lord. 'Yes. I am :15, and look 415.' 'But what will become for me Y' 'Give moy place to Miss Itanny; and advance the other teachers, giving the last place to Agnes.' 'But-' 'I will not hear objections. I want a change, and when those young ladies require a governess, if you want me I will return to you.' 'I thought you were happy here, Laura,' Mrs Lord said, reproachfully. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 May 1880

THE LEGEND OF EPOI, AN AUSTRIA`: STORY. On a day of a year long past and gone, an encampment of the numerous tribe of Epoi dotted the eastern slope of a hill not far from the winding banks of the ever-flowing Yarra Yarra. It was a day of the year when the sun and the moon gaze upon each other from opposite edges of the horizon, the moon for one moment shyly lifting her pale face, tinted with a maiden's blush, at the presence of the sun.in his radiant garb of crimson and gold. He, for that instant, flashing all his glories forth in homage to the eastern queen, bends low beneath the western hills, leaving the heavens shawled in purple and crimson. Orange and scarlet form a loom the softer, richer hues of which shame those of famed Cashmere. The encampment consisted of more than a hundred mia-mia, neatly con structed of bark and waterproof, with thatched, dome-like roofs. Long spears stood in the ground at the entrance to each dwelling. The light dart feathered with grass tree, which i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 May 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Eiditor and 3latinesm Manager. BATON ROIUGE, MAY 29, 180. FOR PRIEIDENT, W, 8. HANCOOK, Of Je n'nliYv'ania. U. B, GRANT AGAIN. The Illintois convention has virtu ally nominlated Grant by instructing its delegates to support hini at Chi cago for re-election to ia third term, ais President of these U'nited States. 'T'w4,nty years ago, lli0, a mighty struggle took place at the polls tode cide whether the National Govern mient had the right to interfere with the institutions existing by virtue of the Constitution, in sonie of the sov ceei'oº States of the Uniou. The verdict, owing to divisions aluong the opponents of the Ilepnbli ian party, wts r'endered in flivor of Abraham Lincoln, whose election upon the know1n0 intentiousot his par tisans, was the signal fior an appeal to arms. It blccenle a war of the Northern section, composed of free States, against the Southern section Comllposed of slave States. It was no longer a contest for party supremacy for the government ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 May 1880

' ri altly t ap itoli1m --- -I iiU- -r~ -PLW LOCAL MATTERS.. ('hntrd'n Budwelier bottjle'd bl'er il lt,' invigoirtnt to the Invalid. The river Il till fhltling it this ipint, 'l'ho days tre warm. 'lhiL til iont nl new idea, htht at very fi,''ling ontie. neo the neerosti., on tilel lnlnle' of' orlr nrromplisphe ddrllggist, I r. 1". M. Irh'ooks, crn'llp) lr'l by n frienldl. The N. O. Country V\'iit' sanIi .: "Th11 'l'ri-1'rI, kly ( '.1'1 rrl4,r ,4A it :It lt·rt-h lass r per-t-y1,gra phir'liy nillrl e.itoriallyh." l)nvig %& l 'itrig oll·th ' 'r 1 lirst-chlass 1t41IlfEln flUginl, fl; 1' M t.fI.t1y-1 l4, fI t rOk)P of gatedL (iXql . 1+1'1'I llv+'t'tis'Itl1'ut Till 1 l tl lll'lt'' 'K'1 l', 1 i 111 h1111(11 StPi' 'l li i l t it, t (111 h '1'. ill i t1 1I' l |ti'l1 l' nllo t lit t"ill 1lrlllln ' hiNlldiHt ng. (;cil . oh'4 II. 1n1 i s'1 y 1 h s 1 lI. tl'lli tol l lt. .Jos'hl' , wher, hrl r,,Nminw,+ lhe i 1ir -1i. ti('(' l hiltoi 'i 1 rlfssin1 . Wil IIo h 'l.4 fl (Colon1e til, Nlsu ,!.m+...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 May 1880

TE !., O. DEKOOiAT AID THE ADMINISTRATION, On Editor Patrit.Demotrnot : rota Many of the country newspapers hive begun to give expression to the deep- S'o seated disgust that has fallen upon the ti patriotic citizens in conseqnlence of the thir sudden realization, that the pr.'tetio ns Caro made by some of the best men of trhe tit Democratic party last summer, have the been fulfilled. These predictions were to the effect thata mere politician at. the head of the State Government would be ag1i a failure. Several newspapers. in different cry sections of the State, hitherto strictly exar identilio I with the Demertic party, have upo1 made earnest and serionseriticisms upon iug the administration. be t The N. u. IDmretrad, apparently the t organ of the administration, has on ve several occasions made weak and puerile roa( efforts to ridienle this growing sentiment car, of distrust. It has had but one form of expression, for n by which to represent and characterize to a the earnest expos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 May 1880

Th-e-W u'tf .Ii4 WW 'rlThe aiden 1 11111Wof tile 111tflnlem' WI 9 I)ora l11im. iho wiu" born "iald grew fi wonlll odn i intlthbe b 1s1h V,plht , Indiana. Her plrentR worl ' pkildl hobs orable 'people, blhesl with plenty, thotng" nllot richl, n th.l ,'rll goes. 'Tlhey loved. tdiair ,Jibaitiful DIor', 4ai l,c·towced on her ilt eduell'lltlnll which very tfew fiales ever Irc!eivel. 'That 3a''comlllli1she1d, to Aw4e1 hrII' to SonwI44 1 .ol 1h3y utld distjiguishlll'd gen1tClenn, asIn is too often the e4'lte, they hdll thile fatal il.h4'ion that the lalllglhter's will shounld 1t' s 4er'ifie'e'l I)p!on the11 alta1l' l 44 Inn U!inI4 th;at w 'ei lth :nd1 unll ition , ho4 'II1, . ! l' - fti$'rred to love. III 1!.44, I'. M. LIllan,, ani D 'or shtaw" were ml.rril-d. Lelinan,| was a citizen 3ant1ll - $4' ofilM''ell' tit nll immlll'lse' prop 4'rty inI Mt. Louis. l'ing in tiltl Wal4sh 4Va4hIy, onl Isine,.s for his h11os, 1M , 1he tW, lovedlY1 lll a Woo'ledl this ponglln 2nllJln:IIti full wom...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 May 1880

THE AMIYPAIG OPEINED. MgWlING AND OIWGANIZTION OF TIlE DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTIEE. The new State Central Committee met yesterday, 12 o'clock ,nm.. at 'Parlor Pl St. Charles Hotel, anA immediately pro ceeded to organize.;, Twenty-ni ni awom hers wese present, eleven of whom were country parishes. On motion of Dr. Warren IBrickell, (en. Allen Thomas was elected tempor ary chairman. A committee on creden tials. consisting of Dr. Prickell, Gen. Leon Jastremrnki and Col. J. D. Hill, reported favorably on all the creden tials presented, with the exception of those of Hon. J. H. Acklen, of St. Mary, who held credentials issued in November last, consequently issued be fore the meeting of the State Conven tion under whose authority this State Central Committee is organized. The report of the committee on creden tials was adopted, and a motion to re reconsider that portion with reference to the credentials of Hon. J. H. Acklen, was defeated by a vote of 1: yeas to 14 nays. The commit...

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

"r . :'i .a . ... ; . I A(!::' /11...- .  .,   ,,.4 '. ,  'The Ji~o ok l is, Qur only Ja~le'r. {  VOI..'2.', ___"" BATON ROUGE, LA:, TEUSDAY,,JUNE 1, 1[880. ¾: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . ... ... . . . , .. . .,'.. . . ... £ .  , • , ,, . ,, .,,:j!; AT'TOORNEYS. iniEiEo, ndL o'll o hI r o li lt f ers  iriiinlg Ith atterlltioltn11 o n AI toniey OLor.. l l'ry in 1t illaril of West Ilaton iln. lnpcl vri nt: -- j .LA G,-, ArUOI:NEY yAl CONIIt'IOXIo tlcý Il I Iý r l idn'i l tabtla iolbl' fiimaiu im. tiaw,  a ', , plct itl ti IIER N,1IJRD) IEAL1 n11º Ii lili'par swlllklNlif I*t Ollic; on North Wibulard streit, near tife post olice, Baton Rouge,'La. , Will attendll toall law l tsi neen entrusted to 'ultein ia this uanI aidjiining parinshoes. UAVROT'' & LA4ION. A rrtc . NEY$ Ar'"AW,. Ofice on North lilhIevardll street, Baton Rouge, La. .Will attnd to all law bnaineasBcltrusted to thrum Intlia and atl. joining parishes. . . i, M. Vanr t .... *, .11 T,n H....

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 June 1880

I ri 1.tt ilhy Qapitoliat -- ---- -U----"~~ '- " '` LEON JA.\S'TR' ISKlI, Editor and 1tnsinets M ngrllt W.'. IIATON ROUGE, JJUNE 1, 18Y'li FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, S0f' IIenº: ylvitit. THE BUPERINTENDEINY. K .1,P1 I I I1 i :t I i . ull t; I'l',l tl',l . The persistuuecy with which the .Id rocate has criticised the appointnmnt of Maljor Bird as Superintteniidenit by the Statle louse ComllllissiOtn('rs, evi denicets sqolmlethiug mItore than the ordi nury motives which prompt a jo,.r rtlis toet to express ik opinioln ion t stlhject of public interest. T'1'ie coltiutiously rpeateld ery that it gcts tp, that t Mcchanic or al al clhitect, 1'oi1 here slhonuld have bee selected ilor the position ireiferred to, cannot he dictated by any othier 1no tive thalln to excite the ,jealolusic (or prejudices of' that class of our citizens, for the reason that, no later than two weeks ago, 11r. Anist, was urging the appointinltIt of All. I'rel, a ge ntle mtln totally Intnllllw n, ;t tlihat tlne, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 June 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. 'rhti dtMlawlic frlateility of Clinton are I'preparitlg foilr a (Innill hRegltts thll, on '1. ,Ihn's fifty, .lane 24th. Thel l'oinite ('onpe Record sl tihe 11111141' of the ulroul'ltlor of the 1i'elicnll. C'htlhs, WY. V1lnlry in tI li ,ditor, and ex Senator ,ohn F. IBreautx is th, proiti ,No'. Wit wifh tflihp ntt' plaller allnlt itlitlllo , tl 1 , i 1 - The il lu lirth in havt I e tve ( i i ri ihitil ', ui CKl oigil ss in liu' l riit. , lI .A 141i1. E1. Ki ilng, for thle I( attli I i ig, anliti , in f 111Tn111 ldr tl'l ll I 'r te War:l othites. Ti h 11A i h a hr Ii'1111n I l'n1e of einll 1,h1101d IIn % I'i r l.ig tllhe Athllti in llIi hIndll.-uiankelt. T11 ,e Spidelr W,,11 i2 tll. title,1' II little p1 per J hill llistile in l ih t i bll i h l" bright' ' tll, I lM, lho, i ) Ie 1 rn1 l 'I rsll . M,,t livell, Iarl, lily tll' lv iell It of agll e. Thie el' aii energy d Merc ilt g it I'irllti(iC 1lit .1t1 lhe' hliu)is tl the puihi tI'. In ianoi thll 'e rti lllitli will ...

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 June 1880

AROMANOE IN THE ROYAL FAMILY. hilo two themes tlearest to romanceo fronm the earliest dawn of literature have been the triumph of love over conven tional obstacles, and the devotion of a noble daughter to some aged father, deserted by others in his declining years. These elements of interest are combined in the history tf ithe Princess Fredrrica of lanover, muarried roccently at Win dsor Castle, under the especial patronigo o(,f her cousin, Queen Victoria, to Baron von Parvel ItRanuingen, her late fath cr's privatl secrcetary. The l'rincess Frederica was daughtcr of the ex-1lng George V., of lanover, who was de(spoiled of hIis domninions uand acriuoniously petrsecuted by h1, o power of inmperial Geriumaiany. 110 was the excellent son of a father hated by all men--lhe l)uko of Cumberland, i fth sou of Geo. III.t and Queen Charlotte, who, but for the intervoultiou of his niece, Victoria (daughter of his do ceased older brother, thoDuke of Kent.), would, on thl death of William IV., in...

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 June 1880

1/11 11 . I 'S,-,5:1 TRI WEEK.LY'. w.. n. .TEUZv P *blisb er. }The Voice of the Pcople is Our only Ivasel . as.. VOL. 2.aT , AT RU ,LHtor. JUNE 3, 180.N VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., rl¶"IIUIISDAY, JUNE 3, 1880.NO 4 ATTORNEYS. C V. P(OPE, Arrouvir .ar L.tw and SNotar'y 'ulblic, I'Port Allen, West, lhduln Rouge, La. Spclinl ittention given to the cot. lecti a of atcotntl, taking td timony unIler e(uno iniaionl, tand to all otlher ni aItor, rtnquiring Ith attnlltion of an, A torn'ey or Notary ItI th( I sh p'riat of West lllton Ionlge. apal v2t'l.l IT M. IJAN(G, A'rroINaY ANDo C'orrNBLºo IL. At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice In all the courts of the State of Lounisiana. rUIHOM. B3. DJIJREE, A'rrorNKY I. and Counselor at Law. (Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Batton Rlouge, La. Will practice in the Ntate and Fbderal Courtls I ERRON,H IRD &1 HI'fAL E L ArroulYN rand CoUssl.onu AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post oflice, Baton Rouge, ,Ia. Will attend to all law )sHi ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 June 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor t $nd MMir aer. HAT1 IOIUGE, JUNE 8, 1880 FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. LOUISIANIANS, READ THIS! LET I II AVE II.;ACE--l.ti"N ETSr AND GItAI*' FORI Tile sOI"'TII-TiE RtEi'PILICAN I'lIOG(RtAM1ME Fvol 1880. The following letter and accomlpa nying tdocuutments, which are in our possession together with blank formlls, rolls, etc.. will show how much reli anlce can be placed on the words of conciliation uttered by U. S. Grant, turing his late visit to the South, whon her citizens wetr(L dllped into pay ing himt honors antl treating himt to banquets and feasts. Let those of our people, who are about to be seduced by false hopes read these documents and say whether Southern men can afford to give their support to the Republican nominees of the Chicago Convention. Republican success tucans the over throw of the Republic and the oppres sion of the Southern States. It behooves all those who love the goverinment of the Constitution and a Unlion of co-eq...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 June 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. A splendid rain yesterday, ''just in the nick of tiue." It is not. necessary to threaten a bad man, for his own deeds threaten hiui with a punishment worse than you can possibly inflict. Col. C. .1. Barrow, of West Baton Rtouge, gave us a call this morning. 1e14 says the crops in his parish are in most excellent condition. fIon. W. .1. Sharp is out again withl one of his quaint expressions. lie says "the weather is made to orider for the crops. This is a itnut shell that contains a good deal of welcome informiation. You uimay praise a manll to the skies, and you cannot make all the men like hiut ; so you mnay exhaust the list of op prohions epithets in abusing hint, and you can't nlake all the people hate hint. Mr. W. P. Kirby is the one to whom c credit is due for the repairs which are a being done to the buildling situated on I the corner of Third and Florida. lHe has leased the property for three years from Mfr. llfueston. r That sterling citizen, Mr. W.W. Rowe, h...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 June 1880

CRYING WOLF. Ouo hbutdllirc yours iago Iheru Ivd iion the shoresv of ltephoue rivuer (a suIall stream emptying itto Ciaou buy), a uWall naimed Potor Jolilr, Hni IlOties, uprighlt follow, with ontto aonltillilb habiti, tlnt i, Won maitny oluims 1IaIl cnuunotd mullll i discomnfort, id ovon stllutring to thoino It around him. This fault was t i atnioIst g irrulsistllo fonduuus for tpruutical Jok- t lug that would not illow hinl to ltl, noll opportunity pjan unimlproved whrIiit ho could gratily the ii eouhl I I oiititn ofo t his beoig. ThoerI Co ani Itim,111% howiu', whole I the oxerofso of hiis piicculiarilty brought lipont him aiii ordilol no shllar'l Ih iIt IIL oureld his uillhtinitllo Jrlo!itiiily, to the great joy ofI' his family aind frlidtis. Thie ' rocrOlti wiH dtisaglIrc!aleh', ht l, Ito afro wast ellielotitl and plIrmun(ti(lt. I Oneo dlly l'eter hadtl bolil tit work l dI few miles frItom his holmel A Ilot, hi, iH day's labor won IlinishIill hims culpioyer itvited hint to ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 June 1880

I LW '"r.1.. . fiV ?Z 7 v~b 1Sshr. º/IIý 'lý ý J 1 O - ýr U ,y 1/ - S V1W ý 3 S O, i00 'tt VL. 2.BA'T(ON EOUGE, LA.,STUDY QjU;N 5, ]8O.8NO025 A'TTORNEYS. I \S'. I O I'II) :. .\ ri11Iil.v" r I,\\V trill /. 1nin 1 1111 'I j i rt .\ii)11 \lt g t M I ntI iii Itn~r 1.11 . S1 ('1 W(.(. )Nn1.. tii ll p ~'1( I to t ll'lI I'll.· I w, , tt ftooa, L Wld i9avllle, tI. Will hrae uICRBNRFlIRD A&rigALIC ý. anHl lotuUIMMlnr at Law.· (Mien-1 o. Ii, Pikrs' )tow, Itatton Itonta, Lo. Win 4r'attic i the 11m1.' unit Twlrlral t'onr"' 1C·RRON.RIRfC) A )RrALrl I I At¶oRYTK Mad CounULwom t LAW. OMee on Rorth oulIvatrd street, oes the feat onai, ) aon lioule, Las. 'Will attad to a low buil. amw entrwItcnl to thet .in ibis Mad adiplinPg A . K. Iferr'..n . C. C. Bird....L. D. lieslo. IAVROT & LAMON Aon. I 1 r30 AI LAW. Oboes si firth fioulevsril StreeT.lo hup Itoblp, la. Will sttuadonsil ii~ urut llttlted' nntbelo o tta Imm,.l n'lInleIe..T.N.Canon &I .I. AI t vt t . . . ..1u .c a. La w .n . B·t. AII...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 June 1880

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