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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 June 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Suesda!'s (Odition. ITh' liest tonic in tile world is the Ilom:e Bitters. Iieware of imitation. Call only for ('Co,';nl's linlweiser. If you find any mitationll, plase report the sae inlnlle diately to C. Conrad &. Co., St. Loris, 'r to .Jhn Miller, the general agent, No. '2 .Jlckson street, New Orleans. I)ialogue betIween two young citdelts at the wharfloflice: "Why," said one, "do Ihey say she in speaking about a steambolat, instead of he or it?" "Be ca;lle,'" id Elie otliher, "'he is always rigged lip." Sonr dalys aIgo a French Canadian, who had lleen natulralized, htuorolos8ly exclaimed: D)idn't ire give the French h --I at q,-,'t'.e "Yes,"'r.plied a by staneh'r, "M'ontealhn give you lthunder first, thongh!" A sociiable will be given to-night at fhi IHr'ney lionse by the earnest work eri>; St. .aines (hiurche. An agreeable time will surely be had by all those in at tlldanei'. The object is it meritorious one, a1dl slhoil be sustained. Adinis sio), `u' cents...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 June 1880

PIVORCE"D. 1 r ein al, adl fothr fif- her tt, fi.curflrn y rli lad known con and borne joy and morrow together; had of experienced the rich bIlessings of m1oth- ua erhbo. a.d fitlherhfoodt: hAd wept over an a cldld fance tgeher; through anil Nitu antd shadow had walked together- to I and now they coulld no longer filid peace pro under the saine roof: they were to be the divorced. Neither knew how they had coie to this. In the beginning t had been affection and delight ; after a time the huslantl bewga to. palr his wifet with-other wonen,>ad found that this one1 possess5ed a brighter eye, and that one more perfect carves roo of cheek and chin, and yet another a I neater foot and more taste in dress; one the sparkled in conv.ersatioll, and her neigh- stri bor sang till the heart was entlrallel at Mr. her tones; why had not the woml'an he 1h had chose sall thelleO baties and les chlarms? And she Sihe did not iat. clhi first eompihro lim with other men, but yib she wondered that lie ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 June 1880

T IlWEEICLY. _.'1 w Voice oJ tWe E1e, is Our only .Ala a.r. . V . ,- ..l-T O. . L- '')-A0 Y 8. VOL. 2. IA''ON ROUGE, LA., T11UZSIDAY, .JUNE 24, 1.880. NO &3 I IV. 3 '6 '3 Ar) INIIY xr LAiW c SNeil c c, I ', l. Allen, lie':t. y ' l Ilncitcic Ilncecccz, lii. Mtie'e'lct elentlt 10 liii: t M I oeit tie la' e'il lii' I lilO iii ci'i'iicclrlut, likt lug k'cctllcciicy ttuindlei 4'iiti tiileielci, acllot le cll ohec'r niciu.t'i'e n 'chui tag Ilee' ciiletl m lu111Inte ee l eo tcI ei y eec Neilcer3 In thee piie:lnii elt' fl'e'e ftlnltoc hetiee. na 2'I 'U111:1 I I p. 1AN(~ . ArrncuacyANhCettNeeKtRc "(l A I. all-, Ilocllldtunvillln, Its. WVIII prlnc tee' I: ell l.lc, e t'c leeol.a or thc Stato of Loulclcucc. rI II( 1o )M 3. L. U I PRE1i A'rrveaNKY ' ccii ('oicwclelor at Law, (Illllve---?. i6, I'lkeic Plow, Haltlton Iloole, La. Will prml ico In the So el ' tutu Fiedelera Cote da' Ii EtICLO( N I ll~fl1)&: IICALIC AlA rictus KnYt nuced (CMLtreictle ATr LAw. Itflutc eec Noertlh leouleevardl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 June 1880

LEON JASTREM8KI, Editor nid I htiness MIaneatr. WAT'ON ROUGli, JUNE '., 18$0 FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, ()f I'c unnylvan in. I"OI V ,(,.(I'EJRES Il)ENT, WILLIAM E. ENGLISH, OI)' INNDif NA. Democratic Stato Central Committee. The followinlg mllh-conniti ces have Ibeen uppoindted hy Ith, SlinIt Central Coninuil lce ot" te I )emo'rat i platy: I). WVarritn Ih'ickwell..John I"izliatrick'. J. 1). ilill ............ \rcjfibuht Mitche'll ,i. lH. A. (inuhrounl:: ...... W. B. Koonts 'T'ho.s. 1)nl11y.............. Edgar ILA¶cho AlaI'icU .1. Iha't........T. S. Wilkinson ,JIme,1 IIhgat...........Allci Titouit A. . larll..n....... lhtuh. ]ich.rd.onl [,on ,Ia.fflNW1sk. VIiNAN('E (').I.M I TT IG.'. W. 11. Koonixl ........... hJseph Co,,llins ,\. M il,'hwll .... ... ..... lanu'ic' J. lh 't ,J. II. Ilill ...... ....... hm Vitz aticZ~ i'lk ,Jam)en Ihigtit..........I). W. Ih'ickwcll Th'malinS iU ll'y. IIFi i .TII ''IiN \ Nt i I "1.,,I'1 ! tiN f oit' ,1,1IIT~I';". ,t. R. A. (iutrwn'it .......II. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 June 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. ThI, li.nst tonici ill tilt world is the S Ilotne Blit lets. St. Josepl,'s Academly exhibition to .ight flo' the benefit of the boarders. .\tladission, ll) cellts. The a:rlienc('e, as well ais the pupils will be will -1 sheltered il case of' rlain. "Nothilng," salys Col. l"orney, "''so quickly dries nIp a wolllnll's t('ir;s as ;I kiss." l;lllies whllo ;ar about to weep will pIhlase. l1)13y at this oftic'e. C'ontstlt atlion, free. lie'wa're of ilfiltatiou. ('all only fotr ('ionria's iulweiser. It' you find lIly imlllitlatio, pleaseC report the samel inulll diahtely to C. Conrad & Co., St. Lolis, or' tl .John Miller, the genceral agent, No. 2 ,.Jakson street, New O()rleans. ()Our' reporter extedll to Mr. WV. Young, lthe popllar and atil tent iv oeraitor (i'f the Westrl ,tri' ion Tc'elolgral lph t(o'llninpany, two National Conventions we , in ss +iolli, at ('Chiicago andi Cineinnt . ienrll al Allen Thomas, a g'ltleltan who,:e patlriotiic services as a abldiehir an...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 June 1880

LETTER FROM NEW ORLEANS, ar Editor Capitolian: Permit me to call your attention to a. most imlportant question, which has re- sh cintly been argued before our present Supreme Court. Judge Rodgers linas de cided in one of our city Courts that the appointments made by Governor Wiltz or are uncobastitutional, because they were not submitted, as required, to the Sen- st ate, and consequently were not lnade"by Pl and with the advice of the Senate." Therefore, this learned Judge refused to di direct that they (these new appointees) T were entitled to displace the present in cumbents, their appointments being deemed constitutionally defective. t1 On precisely tile same issue presented, tl Judge Houston, in another of our City ib Courts has taken an opposite view. lie decides that the commissions signed by Gov. Wiltz, and in the possession of to those new appointees, entitles themu to the several otlices to which they were thus appointed, and orders accordingly. tY Let us examiIne our const...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 June 1880

r 1 0uitan4 Iai 11 . TRI.W'EERLY. _. 4.,x@ =0. The Voice of the rpeople is Our only vMaster, m .w.~ O, VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1880. NO. ATTORNEYM. I IV. PO1'JE. ArroelrVY Alc LAW an ae1 , 1n. j'Cp'cht afntl ftt clio tivcn l i' 1 ' 4 fl ct I,"1tu II ' llac ut'ltllllkt , t lk nllg thoe lll I ' il 'r 'olII (iC MMCCI), 1111I to ail other matters raCquiring theI ilr WV.st. llntoll It ig. allp l 4 vi ll I . LANI(.l AorrocNl'Y AND (InCURI.onl I At Law, UDonaldalInvlll-, La. Will prac. thc: ina all the conrts of the Ktato of Loullilila. rI1I()HO . II. Dr IJ'ItE ArrolnlNc L aud (1o neClor at Law. (Hlico-c-No. I6, Plke's Itow, Itatton IcoluIe, La. Will practlce In tche nMtatc, and Fedrltal CourtC' I tERRONfIRD & HICALE . dOIgNYXanrld COINKCl.foIC nAT LAW. Olhlce C4ci North Itaolevard street, near the post ohlcc, Ihaton Itolge, Li. Will attelnd to all law ieal. Itcan enltrusted to them In this all(d aiklJOiingig A, . hlerroln....('. C. Blrdl..... . D. Peale. LIAVROT...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 June 1880

DIVORCED, Tl'liy hnd beeu m1n and wifo for 1lf t.otn yearln; for fifteen years had known and hlornle oy and sorrow together; had experienced the rich ltleuings of moth erllh ! atnd fatherhood : had wept over a dead chlldlts face together; through unn and shadow had walked together mnd now they onuldl no longer find peace unldler the sall roof: they were to be d4ivorced. Neither know how they lhnd coe L to this. III the leginning there ad Ibeen atlftetion and delight ; but after It timtl thte Ilttl4band began to colu pare his wife with other women, and fotilnl that this one 1llossesset a brighter 4eV, y Ialm that one' mllore pel'le'rt't curvei of clheek andl chin, ianld yet anotiher a neaterl' thint li4tli il more talstlo iln dl'ress; oner lMprkled1 in conversation, and her neigh l)or i41ng till the heart was enthralled at her tones; whiy hipl inot the womanll he had lcboseln nil these l aitlltes land nlllllitler lost the amell line, ilnpalpalble air of courtesy 1and detlre'ncee tha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 June 1880

IFor the Capitolian. YOU AND 1. A journey is this life of ours, Through bright and toilsome ways, May I not help to strew with flowers And brighter make you days. When months and years seem but a day EB pleasure made so short, I'll banish every care away And never from you part. An lowering cupnda hang o'er your path, And threatening seem to fall 'Tie all in love and not in wrath, You'll hear our Father call. When time crowns you with honot,.dl age, And d(Ry no longer grow, i 11 cheer your hopes, your griefs assuaae And brighten every woe. 'Though sorrow may o,rtake the, Misfortune blight thy life: There's one who'll neoer fbrsake thee Your own true, loving wife. And when we cross the river Which leads us to our holme May we meet and sing forever, As we together roa. E. P. W. I Two Decades in Louisiana, FROM I (sO TO 1880. d EMBIIRACING THlE ERAS OFL SECESSION WAlt AND RECONSTRUCTION. I IN. O. Democrat. Ia Baton Rouge may justly claim the title P of tbA historic and classic city of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 June 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. R$ tii BATON ROUGE, JUNE 26, 1Si0. ac FOR PRESIDENT, at W. S. HANCOCK, Al Of Pennylvannia. a FOR VI('E-PI:ESIDE;T, T WILLIAM E. ENGLISH, de OF INDIANA. El Democratic State Central Committee. Ii FI' The follohwinlg ;u;u-, unittee, hay \,r beulin uppointeo,t 1,, tL, Stare t'entrial (,llllluiiltti. oi tleit 1)K:.u,rlat l rry :paty I). Varrenl llickw .l..John Fit,:a,;'ck .1. 1). Ilil ...........Arciialt M itcl le;i th .1. R. A. (.iutlhr -a --x..... . iB. OOltz ha Th'los. I)tl.................Edgar Leschie ij Mhurnice .1. Hlart........T. I. WVilkilsoz g .J:iiieSi I ilagal ............ AllI li 'Tihat a , 11. 1. Mlarsito....... Iolbt. ].iclhilrdtlsol -Leon Ja treliski. u W'. ]1. Koolitz.......... . Joseph Collins A. 1itchlell ............Maurice J. Ii:rt J. H. Hill.......... ...J.ohin Fiteatrick Ie .iluie Hagiani..........I). . liriekwell gn Tihomas. )lffty. ha IIEG1';Ifl;.Vlt'N A.It iY., TrO (COi.%11tTEI:. .1. R. A. (:nuthreauix .....-ii....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 June 1880

(T- t £ý1 i111 C ita01 l thj in cog mnann( LOCAL MATTERS. card( eusdatn's (dition. The all tdo Dialogue between two young cadets cal as at the wharf office: "Why," said one, come "do they say she in speaking about n State steanbtloat, instead of he or it ?" "lie- To I cauise," said the other, "'il,' is alwayyp u rigged lip." t five t Some days ago a Frenclh Cnnndian' State who had been naturalized, hlmunorously exclaimed: Didn't ire give the French To h-ll at Qitibec," "Yes," replied a fIy- given staulder, "M'olntrelhn give vo thumllr ('t" it first, thoughl " w1re .foshua liel keeps "shelling the niatin woods" to let tlhe people know that lie is gare in rc'eip of Ilt all additional lot of goods. thil w Seronlldtd by his pIolite yonlg relrks, In i Messrs. l'rnyn iand lhtnLym ol. who are ('alo t ever 4111 il the i ll t, r l , llltO ills :' l- at- s rll ti'hded1 to at once, and ser.'' ed in dlle it w' miost approtved style. hat 'tlhat dleservsdly popllar :anod xellenht Who cfthier, 4S...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 June 1880

LETTER FROM NEW OBLEANS. lEditor Capltollan: P'ertltit fute to c:all your attention to a mint imllportant ql(uestioll, which hbas re ;'eutly i,('('lon argtued ,before our presenllt $uplllri'tl Court. Judge iJodgerl hias de cided in one of our city y ourts thant the appointmenets made by Governor Wiltz are unconstitutional, because they were inot sulmitted, as required, to the Seli. It e, Iltlnl 'onlltiltllulntly wiere not alluttle'"by antl with the advice of the $utalte."' 'I'Therefoi' , this le'arit'll' .1 tudgel rcl'te sed'to direct that they (these new a appoihteoe); wore entitled to displace the present in. clubents, their nppointnlluts being del e't'ttd constitt iontlly dtfltctl ive. ()Il Iaa 'is'ely t(I saIMt issutlle it l'es'ito ed, .1idgt, Hou1hston, ill ullltllhei'r of oullr (!ily ('otrts Ilsll taken iall ollposito view. Ill, dlcidcsn tlhlnt tlt} cn'Olllinsioslit sigtl Ivlby (lov. \Viltz, llld1 ill t ie Iost Ms4ssiOll iof thlitse i ew 'il llointes, tithl  tl e te m to thi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 June 1880

"AN MKfH." r (hcilert.) 1i I. Ii 'he long mnoan of the mllotonous sea, And ceaseleon wash of never.endlng wavos; The roll of foaming billows thro' dim cav,e t( elrtlng the unknown shores and hashfully I he Ilep of lapping wavelets Ia seft glee About the moonlit sands. No wind rarne bove the solemn waste: the night in still vo the OeaI-ound and easuitl seablrd's shrill l irk ! the maoan grows Into a troubloe cry, di rho billows plash morn saddenly, and leap 'cs startled herds that plunge before they fly; Swlerd wind rlieth swiftly and doth swoep 00 .n salts,mnd from each wavortop toward the sky th t nd th' grear sea awaketh from It sleep. trl If. 00 o wild wind wall. above the foanmig sans, le, Pt'h billows break In swirling cloluds or white do the alokly moon, cluttd.biddeon, erarce gives il light, in cI the dien.e mistsi are ielwn to shreds of Ilhen; he I, whole sea panteth .for a wild rnl'ans, for ke one great brite with Iineing prey In sight; ,I the harsh ewho from the elrftl.e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 June 1880

BY TELEG APH. 1 THE DEMOCRATIC CON1VENTION,. Cincinnati Ablaze! Great Enthusiasm for Tilden. JOHN KELLY SQUELCHED! CINCINNATI, June 22d, 183)0. f1 The Convention was called to order at 12:40, p. in. Judge Hoadley, of Cincin- c nati, lemporary Chairman, whose ap- f, pearance was greeted with loud cheers. Hie said that he would be neither friend ( or foe of any candidate in his rulings. g Democracy was eternal and would not t: be affected by the success or defeat of f, the nominees. Iis reference to the nom- u ination of Tilden was received with great applause the delegates rising, waving e hats anm handkerchiefs. He predicted s the triumph of the nominees of the Con- t vention. c The rules of the last Convention were adopted, and the roll of States called for I the appointment of the Committees. ia When New York was called, Kelly t arose amidcheers and hisses. The Chair- t llan declined to recognize him and de clared him out of order, amid great con- C fusion. Kelly had arisen to pro...

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 June 1880

, , ., p 1ý R i. * ýx, " The Voice of the (People is Our only ,Master. VOL. 2". BATON ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1880. ATTORNEYS. t4 %V. POPJE, AToORSY Ar LAW auid '* Notlary Public, Port Alln, Wsti IHtllon Rollug, .ll.. Slperlal attent ( air 'e to )he rul Ictioni of tirotnts, taking A4lItloy ri idller corn mission, aidl to alldother naittein r tequiring the attentjion of an Attiorny or Notary in the parish if Wet lllton Ioag'. apl,,4 ,:il SH. LANG, AT'rrouNl ANDCOUNSuY,1i0 J1. At Law, Donaldnonville, La. Will I,;: tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rl Ilo0b. J. DU|J'I UI. Arron.ty L and V'oanmolor at Law. Office-No. 6;, Pike's Ilow, Batton 1:ouge, La. Will practice in Ith StatI and Fedoral Couirts' L ERRON PBA LE 1L A'rroaNys an kUfr ?w Ow " on North H ouleya itaton Rouge, Iot. tlla u all l'nsi hIen entrusted to them in this and adjoininig parinsles. A. S. Ierron.....C. C. Bird.....L. D. .Ile. I1AVROT & LA]ION, A'rroMlo I..E * AT LAW., Ot1uon North Boul...

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 June 1880

MEditor r. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM E. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. FOR HANOOOK AND ENGLISH. We dare say that never before in the history of our country have the nominees of a convention received so genuine a greeting as those of Cin cinnati. In city and hamlet-North a-d.South--the news that the gallant Hancock had carried the Democratic convention in an irresistible outburst of enthusiastic love and admiration has excited demonstrations whichlal ways accompany a triumphal march to a brilliant victory. It would be an insult to the honor of the American people to doubt for a itioment that Pennsylvania's heroic soldier statesman, her cheralicr s8(018 per) et sans reproche, will sweep from the arena an opponent whose name has been tarnished by base official transactions, and, above all, by com mitting the great crime of giving his vote in the Electoral Commission of 1877, to deprive Pres...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 June 1880

Eri.Wt hl Iapittaoil LOCAL MATTERS. - wi . To....m-140 A e * . We, publish below the progralltue of Al thl' cx.c lciseM held on h'lrhursday last at ar st..loseph'as Academy, and the distribn. A Lion of crowns and premuni es, howgit g Ithe excrellent management of the Cathl in olio sisters and the progress mdele by Ihlir nattlaeronus tlpih '54 IViOORAMMS JUNE 24, 1I1 0. ()Opening Marci, Mies Emma Heade. Hong, Les Vacsncse, by the Papils. Poetry, Martyrdom of St. 'rheddoslus, Miss lmmua Labat. l'iano, Twilight Fancies Miss May lebert. Dlialogne, Acting Charae, Misses 8. Pliant, l Katie (lass, M. Buchellnd oer_. . Duot, Prince Imperial ual s dp0t9 andl C. Brmooks. 'lano, Shower of Roses, Miss Mamle Bookel. Dialogue, Children's Play, Misses A. PRIol, III C. Brooks and others. M Song, Beautiful Moonlight, Miss M. Bockel a n d A . I ' l` lo l. .. Coa sit.n, Our School Days of 1880, Miss u C May Hohert. Duet Lily of the Valley, Misses Katie Gass iii and leta P'iliant. Recitation, Whae, Mis...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 June 1880

thie (.itIfIorntii h'Ig1taturo till) aoiibot worn little letup tlhiiu walkinig i1F14W11411 'I'~o·Ylr~ s' 4iw'i p r dIMI ltr botwieI k t 11 tt1 4 o t ui 'blr o '111 (hLio Ilili ho Ill)l1l14trap~led4 his revol versa w Itill IL xltn oil iltitor nk.lIIt war 111 withii i tlof lt. 4)ltl'14l c1Its b 1)11in t(ip it lin 1t, wllp4It exe iin'itoherl i I ouJ 1148' II oropo i 0 . 1n(lllO 1110141, orf r 11114 1141k tI'uI40l 111.1 i o141b'1iiut on a 11 rgitii4t14 t 1 ' d',4 114 111111re tho 141)Olu4n 3l' ollt)'1i ' Io u t'p ll I 1 41 I'tciljIOIlli drt) fur, r11uktv~l bin re·cvolversn lulu laid Clltu oil his desk.k 'Than hu lo ltltto bed himselfnal on it or.ll of viltuperaion*ilu 11,.illl wanlh anidyo 1411411 11454li, Ito g lI)~i~ lovsTh ot o&l'ir'~3~1l4, V. Bi'e~1oriok, I'lMIOII(It' tilt) 14tiVt epll1ts).Tll)) wer1e I!45, a1nhll lIre )IU a tOq llo Iopen4ly '61 elureldj 941llnlI l fael~oni111b for 3'41111 1141141 III, Ily tfmo ult d 11Vl Mrt Field l ,jlel'14t ii't'o, tll'n Munr olet l ellhlll't...

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

i... M. I ,,..- -rNWIT ..lg ew r .... IIII II .. ............ .% 11 -' ,L . WEEKLY. Vf. g @ @?*t=" The Voice of the (People is Our only JvAlas cr. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., TIRUSDAY, JL_ 3, 1 80d ATTORNEYS. ( 1V. I'O( E, ArronattY AT LAw ieii "J Notary PIublk, l'rt Allen, Wiet Batlonl llt.ige, 1,11. li.cihlal ltetlllon glver to the iol. lictoIn f ilorln,'llllt, taking teutnluoy ullur u'olu. ,lsinniltl, llid to all other inditcrr requiring tIh I tllnlltlon or ll in Attorne1y or N~otry ii 1the luairal uI We.t lliton Itoluge. up4 vtill: lI I. LANIG( A Ato.f(Y AN lCohUNa-Ito L. At Law, I)onllaoldnville, La. Will prac. tle i ni all the courts of the ltate of Lonlslana. rIlM OM.nM. f. DUIrI'EE, ArrosarT L and Coullnclor at L,aw. O1HIce-No. ti, Plke's how, Itatton Rouge, La. Will practice in the HtalI nadild Ferallt Courta' I,1ERIRON,1BIRD & EALI A- ArrINI.uiEMI COUIaAIaJ oM AT LAW. litHo ,ou Norlh Iiuleard atrpt utrmq the ipoat otiee, llaton IHtopi, I14 Will Letud to all law buta...

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 July 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor .nd Busineuss Msanager. BATON ROUGE, JULY 1, 1880 FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, * Of Pennsylvanin. FOR VICE.PRESIDIENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Enst Baton Rougr. BATON ROUGE A SEAPORT-WHY NOT? New Orlenns Denioia1ni. Our sprightly conltemporary, the Baton Rouge CAI'ITOLIAN, j indulges in some speculations as to the future of the charming city of Baton Rouge, and, among other possibilities, dis cusses that of its becoming a seaport. On this point it says: The idea that Baton Rouge might at no very distant day become a for mnidable rival to New Orleans as a seaport will doubtless excite the mirth of our contemporaries of the Crescent City. For the fuln of the thing, how ever, we'll draw a picture of the high land metropolis of the ftture : In the first place, an ocean steacer can reach our town in nine or ten hours after passing New Orleans; and find no impediment in the way of sand bars or any thing else at any s...

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