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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 June 1880

A TRUE BILL. .t,1 Wty 1 . ('I. t I'u IsTANTIAI', IV li"N C( . In forirmat ion rieached thie F'ronih police I hat early on thell morniug of tl n Itl ,I' April thin IhronreNs do (n . wan lying rde in In her ll, strangell with rla pilonce IIf rlhholi. Iii hfinll bren lnmarrind no a ,dow lio1 ilto ilrn lfi C., nihl was ailouLt 'i y,,nrl old, very pretty, of tngaging 'ntirllll n aWnrid IrothM mle ntil fith hlIhlrarl iivr llrv n ii far ritd wh d for lavIhh hlM. Il ality. 'lhrr,e , el w,, lbefori r' h thn irl'i l hii h rol'in r'et, 1ltt, for ilt la,t I lr, Iwfie it, wal ,lb I flit, ho ihritirifed sm ii pl r opirty l'lni iia lnltiv, I;t hl'1rvig rhi, safriwieo ofI tier huiisrand the liaronsiM hpit, very llnllh tit, ollrnn , with I,,lrln tinefllo rlllnlo t, i lllnoutiful girl of, h nostf iiocrln, l.t and •iipl lp mlninnrs, who hald hrilei educnatid idl prrotected by her., On f1lle nlight, lie wior thi lnimurdor lhm laronutsl wont to i lh(peri'i Ernestiii , whoi wilS nott very we ll. dil n...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 June 1880

STATE NEWB. 1 Hti E. 1. Ho 1''witt ','ill 4',t:ia tii-.h a -.\ Jpap l'r i'1 N\o:l 'hi'it " .s 'i I a I -ho ' tilm . l ir. I, ,' it i h: ' it. I\' .1i 1', Ib e,11 II:i, llw u ,ri"'t ,r : l::1 1',1i;,1 0 t lilt' i 't.0 ) D-l' oclr :I 1,m111 1, :1 tl* u: 1,1 ,11 1 11 : 111 4(1lil '¢ li 1)i'l;1,.l'l',ll 1 i a I'I " I'. 'l ii 'ii' '4 t ouh u-al * hum rtte Ii Tlhis tww ,'nt:,rpr:,' v~ili. ,, ' w rediwt. l in , highly v , : ; ,. , i..ij4.a t L 1':11~ 4(1 llt't::nst wlat in this seti on of)1111 ,Inii, hi: :. \' t'rll:l" iIlti li' 1' ;1, 1 1 1 ' 4(f tIhº; 1 ilh ii f Nit hllhit,,lh'.V 1 , 4 "'4rial Y.' 1 11 4 )1 ., i, I....i' t 1;,;, . t!i: t ']1.'. i ' -- 11':i ,1 1141Jl1\I ui) '4'4 I~ i ) i' 'i' . 1 41"" '.l- ~I )14111.'" .' l'' ii " 1 ',1 11' 4 114 i1'' :i1s..1' I .I ,, 14 , t i, ti . ,,li ji' . :, t I i "i : .', 'hi ., ,: u :; in "1 ,4 ,n' l I ii l: i, .',14'. 31. 1 . t - ' -. ,is +, ,':;' : ..t . : i i, '1':, !.: . I,,. . .Il , , 1,',. il i :, ' Imo : ," , ,.f , ,' . l , .it 1 ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 June 1880

S, '" • ? 3, " .TRI"WEEI.LY. Ls. 71a.G2'rEA2ý$'citar. ýrThe Voice of ithe rPeople is Our only .Master. VOL. 2 BATON ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1880. - FT-ii-fs ATTORNEYS. ( it' ['P,(1'i:, ''q.}II¥SY .1'I` .A[W aIlli ' *. 'Noilir I'hi hl I, Prt Alln, fHP t I;rlaltn iu,11u ,in , i.n. ,SOlrild l I tli c Ion givIsi Lo Il in')01 hlp11 1 of ILtrlp , I11kig litltil4ny Tusu'r co n l iri ionll, 11l4 t all ; th 'r II, .ulller' requirngl s; ill ' ath' teindo of1' a Atlerxray of Nolary ill the' parish f' W'l li Ihtn anitv0,'. ap'tl I v:'ntls 1 1 S. I11 C,N , A'rrornl:NE ANnuCo(,N'l.o J. ,At Law, Doaal,nvill,, La. Will pr:ºc. two in all tho Io'urte of tho StaIte of Looieshma. I ai Cuionjilor at Law. Ofllice-No. li, Piko'x Ilrw, Ikltton lioug, a,. \Yill piactico inl the SIoli iand lll FtirlAColrl° " ! i ildi 3ý ()ON,.lSi LtD"I) A: I IA LIC 11 A'I"rIuxl nYx and (CoIn.tLIon AT L ,w. (lffice on North lilevlrd llt'liet, ulealr the pont ofic', Ilatoin Rgu, La. Will uttund to 3ll l11w i nf...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 June 1880

SOA8 EKMSKI, .. nditotit En he N ng 1A N tUGfJ# 1 8tlS8 FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. RooMS DEMOCRIATIC-CONSERVATIVE PAIIBII) Central Executive Committee. Baton Rouge, Juno 3, 1880. The nmemnbers of the above ConIumittee are hereby notified to attend a meeting, at their Rooms, in the city of Baton Rouge, on THUIRSI)AY, the 24th day of June, 1880, at 10 o'clock A. M. A punc tual attendance is requested. - By order of M. CHAMBERS, President. W. 0. I ANDOLr.P, Secretary. Democratio State Central' Committee. The following sub-conlulittecs have bln appointed by the State Central Conamittec o1 the Democratic party : EXICCI'TIVE COMMIIf'IE:. D. Warren Brickwell..John Fitzpatrick J. , ill...........Archibald Mitchell J. R. A. Gauthreaux...... W. I. Koontz Thos. Duffy...............Edgar Leachc Maurice J. Hart........T. S. Wilkinson James Hagan............Allen Thomas B. W. Marston....... Robt. richardson Leoon Jstremaski. VINAE C (,OMMIrrlE:. W. B. Koont........... Joseph C...

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 June 1880

L6iC A 7rC , S. '7 ..... -. - ~pw -- HonltiL't' .!9 am s i(by (º hloiml of p'lhysti Ilt Wi tll 11 1ttt,. I I I',.is' try('onrl4'M Ifhltlw'l '1r, iga in.xl .Ill hoIttl, d I14-1r Il the 1Inilted St:ttEN, ;Inl ,IIIElc2' Iol.' .v'l ,'141tr. Why in it, Ih ''l"d p lnty Erh'lrk"'' 11llli',r wvith, it1l4 Ii te ln' liEity. ýIr. Johh ,1ill{ lr, ..o,..th+r1 0 t of C'. Conrail 4. (. o's richratdr l Ihidwe+ine'r 'Ih 'Er, 1aI inll Io u" llt lll IniEl't IrdIIy, c-heeri'ing .1) with him gealhM rnue+ ml1I nlllile,. 3 IEv.', Il EIE. wycr go.s down fil11 t i 'Whit4' this eveninIg to ,ttEt.I tIhe 'Ulmi Iee'ting of thIlE MNethod.liat t. Ililxi, 4 ,NI . IIIHe' will r1'miinl 1 away lir' Itwo Iv Ie11ks. II We' n1t4 llE'elntc d tv 0t'lt o Et lthE i tIi (:lpi- II 1 '1111 t r 14111'+lMt1I tilE1' EI 1 411tH 4t ('IE3'. 4-r ill EI,ollgI , 1I. (). E l. T,' . Ill'tt t 'IEIv1 y Hitt l 1Il.IlUl," niglhtl, landlll tlln lt will be I.'trl II 11 lit. I II. Na1 1 h ni iE ml llit g h11 rg1 14 Shipmnilt' of calbibEllge ...

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 June 1880

SENATOR MARSTON, A Rebuke for His Maligners and aUheer for the atriotio Jnulus. ([rom the Lower Coast. Et'l'ol CAI'ITOIIAN--Your Into week ly inlo clttllue to allt more beautifuil antld llpar'klinlg than over, With each RIuceolsive week the Utamlpl of ipllrove mernt is visible; t ilt there i i tone abolut the pallr which, if conltitnud, in destliatl0l to wilt tlhe allliratlioll allnd tlIp plort of thle peopleO . I)o not thilnk by llins that 1 Iam dtlispo, d to flattr,. I wouldl ms quickly tull you of 'youlr errors ad ir' ltr im( Itor Itlilty, e,,''5Ig, ebter )'in J iD) n)) 1)8n)'y, j ))n 8rr )')' u Ul))'od)l INtI ll(( (tI(((djt I('u( ft(( (i ' 0(11 c (' cl(Ctr '' i Slx+l mu\ \ and \L ,el+\ýý'\\. l \wo: u bdol,ul4okeu ,ap'i'r; n.chI only cariy rol?) withl W t1,em)r )prcept)lel u i hi)l)n'tl Atdt hafCtt16 t (te counwtt ute or itK re (icrH Few nen hev, ixed and Cuo( o 'nlonus. 1't1'y ant( is Iewslalper fald ian ( ºut pokoeu il onuliciating prinliple, andll the dloctlnl is bnled up...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 June 1880

TRIxWEamHLY. IML. T.X=. . , s .= sho,. }The Voice of the (People is Our only ,Master. VOL. 72.BOR E WA .,iNtr. - VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1880. NO. ATTORNEYS. 1 WV. POPE, ATroraY AT LAW and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Roige, La. Special attention given to the rol lctniou of aReounts, taking testmony under comn missinon, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Itaton Rouge. npr24 v2n 13 [ S. LANG, ATTOINKY AND COUNsELOI [1. At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rMIHOM. B. DUPREE, ATro0uY" I and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Batton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts' SlgER:RON,BIRD & BEALE I. ATrORNEYs and CouNsELolM AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this and aiioinlng parishes. A. S. Herroen..... C. C. Bird....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 June 1880

LEON ýASTREMSKI, Editor and ~nusiness Manager., 1 --- ~- -- 1--~I BATON ROUGE, JUNE 17, 18~o. FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of 1ennsylvanita. Iloons DEMiocATrlc'-CONMKItVATIVE PA1,3l1! Centrnl Executive Comnnittoo. Baton Rouge, Juno 3, 1sO0. The lltlih'ers of t0hlo above Colllili t (ee are hereby notified to at tend a meet ing, at their Rooms, in the city of ltaion Rouge, on TIIIURSDAY, the 2lith day of' June, 1880, at 10 o'clock A. M. A pInc tual attendance is rclequestcd. By order of M. CIIAMBEUS, l'Preusidint. WV. G. RANIOII', Set'l''tar'y. Demooratic State Central Committcc. The following sulb-coutmitiltces have been appointed by the Salte ('cntral Colmmittee of the D)cmocratic ;arty : EXECUTI'VE COMMI'ITTEI'I. D. Warren Brickwcll..John Fitzlpatrickl J. D. Hill ........... Archibald Mitchcll J, R. A. Gauthrcaux..... B. o. ontz t Thos. Duffy .........l.........Egar I schc Maurice J. HIart........ T. S. \Wilkinson James lligani............A lleu' Thomas B. W. Marston....... lolf. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 June 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. THE CADETS AND THE DARKIES. 'Full Statement of Facts Elicited During The Trial. At iblouit half-pant 1nice o'clock, oil Friday nighlt, June 11th, the stillness that sllually reigns in the lower part of' therily, was brloken by the rapid dis itiharge o)f lire arIs, for Ia period of not over 4'ive minuites, during which soime twienty-live or thirty shots wiere tired. The police aind the Mayor we'ire oon on th spot to :iscertain the causo anl if possible, prevent any tfurther breach of the pullic pe[ace'. While the Mayor was riding down St. Ferdintand street below Africa, he was suddenly iununnoned to halt, by a body of msue m ho were iiarcihilng utl oni the side walk, in military order. Coming un to th1u4 he ascert'aine'd thluit they welre I University C('adelts with gullis and ixed brtay"nitls. To his reul tr.tnc'lll'esL8 and in roiries 1as to the ilicause ofI Lthliidetiiista tiloli, ihe was told by the Cadets, that a crowd o1f colored men and'i boysii for 5n11101 tihn...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 June 1880

04n Ind *4iss os. What is the difference between a 0] spendthrift and a feather bed ? One as is hard up and the other soft down. Why is a baby like a sheaf of wheatt sa Because it is first cradled, then in thrashed, and finally becomes the " flower of the family. to Most men enjoy a joke like they do a snow balling match; the thing is th immensely funny until a stray shot ti" reaches a tender place. id A citizen of New Orleans tired six Vi shots at a supposed burglar, and then lo his wife called out: "See here, Bill, be if you don't stop shooting at me, you'll have the house full of neighbors." a vi One thing at least can he said in th Cadet Whittaker's favor. He was not * so much of a noodle that he did not tl know the part of himself which need-ol ed trimming most was his ears, fri A Chicago girl, says a jealous St. th Louis paper, in scarlet hose was gath- ra ering wild flowers in an Illinois for est recently, a circumstance that gave to rise to the report that the words were , a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 June 1880

VOL. 2. BATON OUGE, L., SATDAY, JUNE 19, 1880. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1880. NO,3Jk A'ITTORNEYS. G VieW. I'OI'K1, A'rouIII'Y Al lAW atad S'- " Nota fat ele., Pett Allan, Wa. r l l at4aa Ilataigi, Las. Hiaetelaal ittenteotn guive to th el l(etittitta or ae'eeett, tIkinig taatimtteetI' titatler Cull ollls*lon, trod to alt coll~~v slcttct$ nql'l l"ºng Ihrrr atttitlentio eat tit At torney eat Notatat' tin, fi- 11alt41 ol' SVeset, Ihiat Jtat. . I a _n lt "1 t . LiN(t' A'iaitaNhi An Cut Nskattlot J "At Laiw, Dontaaaldsotavlle, .aa. 'eVlll prn tito in all the ctoutrts or the' .4tt'nte of Loalaiulaatat. M~ION.. ii. 1)1 111I'U 1, AtrialatNtY .1al anCounslor at Law. tflaes'-YNu. Ii, Ptkea'a Rotw, Ituttota looo ', lua. 11ll praet ko itt theu $tletahttl _nti Fledra I IoartA' i CRILONIi1I1L)& IIEA LeE ATiaarrtt~v tuald C'oLt eIel.olte AT LAW. O)ffLcea on North IBoulelvatrdl strtat, neat' thea lont ohhlrte, Iaton IMeogaie, La. WIlllattutld to all law total. inile alit ia...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 June 1880

SENATOR MAUBTON. A Rebuke for His Maligners and aOheer for the Patriotio Junius, (ft*11 toH LOwer CoastN.I E rIunlt CAPIT l1IAN---Your late 'week ly inzu camtto to mo inure beautiful and sparrttklingl thew evr. Wih enr 33ce(e'3341iV' ek W4''Ie: 31341 staml3p of i11p131'ovl 133ut is 134ilº3 ; null4 there 13 it tnele about tIhe piapier wihich, if uontitinwd, is 4134ti133d to) wil the admi33ration and Spp port' of the pe34l'0I. 11o not think biy 3tin4 tha3t I ant dispos(ed0 t 1to flatter. I wold 11M q 3ueklky tell you of. your crrolrs as giver p~rais34e for ability, energy, ente''r ju ' and i134l134I'y. 111 11 41 yOur3 goodl Menige4 Itid juldguitent Will stee'r gou clena' of egutistt and s4elf-conceit.. I love it b0old(, outspo34ke'3n pa3per'l; su14c1 o03ly carry along with them.33I perceptible iitlliinee and movuld the scentiimen'its of its reaelrs. 1"3w men ave I x31'ed alnd41 s1331 0oli4 oplin0ions. If they read it newlspaper hold and34 out spoketi in etiucilating prlsinipl43, and t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 June 1880

For the Capitolian. THOUGCITS. And no they've gone and done it-. Gone and done it at last. He foolishly popped the question, And she, like a vise, held him fast. When first he saw her skipping And scampering along the street, He fell in love with her gohlen hair, And then her fairy feet. One day whlen he wan sitting in church, He happened to look around, And saw her beautiful face All reverent and profound. Anid then the old fool thought, to himlself, "By dad! that's the girl for me; If I can contrive to win the dear, What ahappy man I'll be." Andl she, ah, she thought, with a smile in her shlev,; "I thint I cann win tlhe old ran: SAndl if I lo, what a gay lifte I'll lead! A Inalnion, a carriage and panl. "And tlen, hesidts that, lotsofl'dresessto hot: A ptarr, and lwan tif it things : Pearils, .nhies anil diaimonds mid br'ighl yigtlsort gild; Heve:d thlosantlshlaid Ont in rinhi . .-La! vent it Ibe jolly fll)un fitiing. In 2N'w Yoiirk, with .hanidsome  (,it ; And hl will Is' jeallo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 June 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and B1usinews Manager. BATON ROUG(E, JUNE 17, 180,. FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of' IPennuiylvania. roMs U):InCBICION CONSItVATIVE PAISI1I ) Central Eixcutive Committee. Iaton Rouge, June 3, 1880. 'Tht' Il. ,'ers of th,i0 :11'oV4O COllllllitte arre ihlrhy untified to ttetl it mlee.tig, .atl' H,' inl s, in the city of Ilttou loiigi', 'oi 'I'II ili)AY, the 24th day of JI uie', 1 . 4, ;it I( o'('lock A. M. A pune. tlI1l ai ternlilne is ." 1lil"ste"l, Ily order ,of M. ('IIA IIIEULS , Prs.identl. W. GJ. H,'AnatIeIII , Secretatry'. Democratic State Central Committee. Ths' lfI-ilwing su1,h-cninittees hltave been :pl,(linte'd by the SHtat Centu'al ('ermititee of the I JlieortLtic party : ,: X I.;l'i "i'VI' ll(',).1lTrrTE'I1. 1). W'rr l rihkwell..,ohn Fitzlp trick ,1, I' . Hlill............. rl'lli :hl M1itchell J. I..\.. I;lntl '':tun:i ...... \W .B. Koontz 'Ih,1.. (lur: ................ I'sd ar IonLe,w Maurirc 'e .1. IIart .........T. ". .W ikinson .heh I la...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 June 1880

'-tri. hle d Latpitolian LOCAL MATTERS. guesda's &dition. Call for Conrad's Budweiser at all wholesale and retail grocery, liquor and drugstores and saloons generally. Why is it the "deputy clerks" suffer more with heat than the other clerks , 'his has got to ie a serious question ;vit.h diniinutive humanity. Mr. Johin Miller, Southern agent of C. ('onrad &, ('o's celebrated Budweisw er lIter, was in ourll sailnctili yesterday, ,"heering Ius with his genial face aind smiles, Rev. 1)r. Sawyer goes down oil the \White this evening to atteind the camp meeting of the Methodists at Biloxi, Miss,. 1i will remain away for two weeks. We are requested to state that Capi ,al Lodge, I. 0. (. 1'. meets every Sat ,irday night, and members will be better able to sustain the good work by a promnlt and regular attendance. Mh'. .1. It. Nachman is making large "hilments of cabbage to the Western markets. 'Thie profit in this shipping is ',uly in the early spring crop, and ',otei of its advanl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 June 1880

BWUILDaOOYX THE 8AYVD. 'Tis well to woo, 'tis well to wed, For so the world bath done Since rmyrtles grow, and roses blew, And morning brought the sun. But have a care, ye young and fair, le sure you pledge with.truth; Be certain that your love will wear Beyond the days of youth! For if we give not heart for heart, As well as hand for hand, You'll; find you've played the unwise part, And built upon the sand. 'Tis well to save. 'Tis well to have A goodly store of gold. And hold enough of shining stuff, For charity is cold. But place not all your hope and trust In what the deep mine brings: We cannot live on yellow dust, Unmixed with purer things; And he who piles up wealth alone, Will often have to stand ]Beside his cobfer chest, and on a 'Tis built upon the saud. 'Tis good to speak in kiidly guise, And soothe where'er we can; Fair speech should bind the human mini, Ant love link iman to man. But stay not at the: gentle words. Let the deed with language dwell 'tlhe one who pities sta...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 June 1880

LOVE POW'DERS. Kubine Indls., E'arly W'ednesday morning, Hie' 'oung man with a countenance like ia 'ipe, apple, and A cople of eaterpillars ril his tiiapper lij1, steopped into the store lo,'s the wny, and meekly asked if lihey lulhad any "Love Plowders'" for isle. 1,' wi;ws tiold that Such all article was tyver in ithe market. But the young ,Ilan. nothinig lutlnteitd hby this slur Ulpoll iis intelligence, went down town to tiher'l'u another younlig Muinan keepl ai \- ,Iled rol4t0intl'it iof goods, nl d t tmtll(' t nei iuestiot, to whlichl the yo:ng nrchant eplihed that Ihe had jiust iione Ihx or uilier left, lht' iil lihe couhl rieonune11141 it to io gioodl, fior it was the sIl1 that, he id btihl Isillingi, rail iby imore or less clo lence Ias to its qualitiehs anll \'irttis, iineeoded in wringing hlilalf a dlolhlr oult uf the young ntll, at which his partner lchind ltho desk, chuckled in great joy ind satistlctitoi. FRUIT FROM BARREN TREES, A correspondent of the American agricul...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 June 1880

THE CADETS AND THE DARKIES. Full Statement of Faots Elioited During The Trlal. At, ltoiut ]lalf-)n.t nine' o'clock, o( IFridaty nighlt, ,huln4 11th, till) ,tllhtess thlat usually reigns ill the, lower part of Ilhe'tity, wnnt rokien by til rlp' id 4-di chtri'ge III ('ef irina, for it pl'riod of not ,over live hlllniltes, Ilurilng which Mo(tlle 1.twnt'1if vl o1' thirty shots were fired. 'I'lli poli(tce ili 1 t 'he ayor w nr 8011 olilt the , lot to {ilanetlitill the, .lil ,, c1(1l it' poMMible, p~rev llt any f|rutheq"r bir.n, of the' til ti' i neatl'. Whih, lie lllh 1yoir \\ill'dig lldown St. V'I'n sIim ll tl're{et 'below Aftricn, he \\4)M Mtlei'nly maioonod tto hlll. ly sI hoaly tiof te who 'I'ero, lol'hrchilng liip oiln hie 1hh1 wl(k, i11 mtilitau'y orl'hr. ('rCntihg oll it? I tlh n lhel iselt'ri nel thal t they \weT'l r IUniverity ('m'IetM with ga1111', s a d lir , da q yu '.iries IS 11 thll.' i of I( ('1'1 4 tiou, hIe '(i'a' l told l th ' det h i' 1l' , 1111t 1 r 181) LI ( lt...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 June 1880

jTR I1W E E KLY .. zu. r... IMe-7RI . or. The Voice of the fPeople is Our only ,Master . VO,. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1880 NO.. ATTORNEYS. St V. I')r I'O E-, Arro 'eY AT LAW and '. Notary I'ullic, 'Port Alen, West IBaton llouge, La. Special attlntion given to the col ectlion of amccmots, taking t.nstimony under coin imission, and to all other matters requiring the at telntion of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of \Vest l:ton longre. apr24 v2nl:l II S. L, ANG, ArrolnEY ADu COUNSaLOR 1 L. At ,aw, Donnldsonville, La. Will prac. tire in ill the courts of the State of Louisalna. rlI c)i. H. DUPR EE, ATroaNat I and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's low, Batton Rouge, La. Will practice in the I tate and Federal Courts' 1i ERRON,BIRDD& BEALE i. ArrounavY and CouseLtoaa AT LAW. Ofice on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bust. Heass entrusted to them in this and adjoinlog parishes. A. . slerron... . C. . Bird......

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 June 1880

(ri-te'a al it (!apittliafl B 7 LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor srn lnq 1an er. BATON Q)U j, J rE ?1j'i el FOR PRESIDENT, G W. 8. HANCOCK, C Of Pennsylvania. t --_ -- h 1 Rooms DEmocRATIC-C"ONSIlEVATIV' PARISH) t S( oral Executive Committee. - Baton Rouge. June 3, 1880. The members of the above Committee m are hereby notified to attend a meeting, at thlir Roons, in ,the city of Baton Rouge, oil THURSDAY, the 24th dnay of June, 180, at 10 o'clock A. M. A pluUc tual attendance is retquested. By order of, M. CHBUERS, l'resident. W. 0. RANIOLI'II, eceiretary. -- i- bi Demooratio State. Oentral' Oommittee. a' 'l'he tfollowjug ~nib-oonmmittees have beeln appointed by the'State Ceitral tl Commbittee of'the Dem)ocratic party : EXECUTIVE COMMI1'rEE. o0 D. Warren Brickwell..J;ohn Fitzpatrick b, J. D. Hill. ......... Archibald Mitchell is J. R. A. Gautbrcaux:.....W. B. Koontz tt Thos. Duffy..............Edgar Lesched Maurice J. Hart........ T. S. Wilkinson James Hagan............Alleoi Thomas B. W. M...

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