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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 July 1880

THE LOUIPIANA UNIVERSITY AND AGRICULTURAL AND MECHAN ICAL COLLEGE. Believing it to be eminently pro per that the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors, at their late meeting, should be made known~ to the people of the State, at our special request, the Secretary, Mr. Goodale, allowed us to compile a synopsis of the same, which was published in tlhe CAI'Iro IJAN of the 6th and 10th inst. In error, Mr. Goodale's name, which was attached to the original minutes, was put in print,owing to the fact that the last pages were produced in their entirety as transmitted to the prin ter. Though the compilation is a correct transcript from the minutes, the publication should not have ap peared as an official document, under the circumstances, the Secretary be ing in no wise responsible for their re-production in the columns of our paper. We make the above statement in justice to Mr. Goodale, to whom Hon. Will. A. Strong has addressed the sub .joined letter, asking that the protests of the writ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 July 1880

STATE NEWS, A'1r'1A º 111' .1~ A' Ilisi.-A "1nw days itgo,..wi i u a ((fllreod iurtw name Wil litbnll Bro'4wn Was I'ng S skill' downl tille Cahstsielt river, about lit'toen wiiiles be-" low Lake (lharlos, ib hugo fishl, ojIjia ielutly albouLt vevY0i feet4o1 }L ra,ý ro, 1 (e siirtiu 41 alruu it ' t, f5`cºUtlfh c [i!1', hid~ Hwimntiuk t' l liy tisltlý'tilt i1,`"ý ttýlº l SblulJtl threet 4'4't 41111 411 1110 wa~ter, IIc dlirecitly at Blrowln. Forhulnmatily, the llollstor's jlt'V5 Cjlow s d (ll th 1r'OW look (If the skidI' and on ia portion of irow n's slhirt, biting ind toearing oft botl. Trio atta'k wus lnot rufnowlVl, aud'l'irown gob o11' withl St Il krokell rowlock, tornl slirt and4 it ge'lnuineI fright.. Jrown matys it. mul~st haive heed'l it shallrk.- Luk 1CharIIl'es1 .I)1ctwwM l,.--;1 l'n HihllnlaP° ni~t t; Ll1ºt11r't founr 1'. M., it te~rritilts andt tragico incci dent11 Sh~ll m n ldlalll sll ur vicnlity. A Votng 4h$CTclqI 1h11lI, nUh3WD(I 'd4wPI Fold, was learninllg to Mwitn by...

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 July 1880

.,,77 _ -_. TRI W.EEII4Y.. *k. . 4 .. . a a The Voice of the CPeop is Our only Master. o T.r ýT BArON2RIU, EE±L to.. TUSWDA, J.OC OS1' VOI. 2. BA N ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY, JULY 20, 188Q. A'TTOI{N EYS. L (1 1V. I'(r,1'E, Alllll,r' I Y I lw ..dw . Nth v I'nhle,, t' rtl Allh,, Wenlt , e4tLu litte:: I. eltel eelle ailln give'i Ii. I Ins rell les I1ol I I.,.cu , o uullti. LikLLg tla ilutuu y wlidje'i ewti . etlnit , int. to lil /itl r Itinltl" rt/ t heqillplig Ihle ,tlf hrt iii oC Ie A Ihllora y no Nottn'y I 1D tho pnt Iid eef Weltl Ilintl Rl ge'. ' 1 v% 4ltf2nti: I I 1. I A N( 4, Arrowiuzar ANIot CoNswttaa n . At Law, Donaldn.nvilln, .La. Will I"' . licn in all El 'oit cots of teo LSt1t or Loulllllni. r 5'l-()1.4. I1. 1)1 TPit,4 LCe ArtIwlNYwv I. and (:olrnnlur at Ieaw. oric:-.No , ti, Plkn'e low', Illttal Inolign, |,lla . W ill pract , tie t In It Sttle nelel ndoral lourten. j CRRltON,flhrD&)t IJ& EALE I AIrINIctNKan d Cit ( aOlwNncl.IiH Atr LAW. O()flhe t en North Ilouhward att...

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 July 1880

i' eth1lpr iatlha 4I* J.ASTREM8Ki1 BATON ROIUGE,,a JUlY x0, In(r. ItA'ION 1101C1S, .11LY 21). 140.( iNational Democratic Ticket, S FIW S.A 1 WILLIAMr H1E FOR I'DP8])ENTI', W. S. HANCOCK, FOR V t' 1:-1 II I ,SEN T, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, 0' INIDIA A,\. I'(lt C(;ON( RE'Si, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of E:Lst ;utoun lougc' THE TATE UNIVR;RBITY If we are Io, jIudglltl f'm the toti.I f' O a ,portion of the Board of Sti l rvisms of 1h14 StLate 1'niversitly at Ilhittoi Iuonge, vt there i a it'aetiott in that hbouly, as Ihere t'' Wli fIound to lm onI in the I '"gisli , tire thou h in a ninoril'y, thatt wohltl destroy oil the Iinttititili throlngl Inlcatlti vty to detal with its reCrnimenls. At, a lat1 w itooting if we arecuerrt]' ly iinllitn'd, Linte chairhs f1o tt h.htol lfacnll.y were deelhar ell vacant and the rol'e.sors, against mnost of wholl we hitve l',hearld Io cot phlaint at aill, and agailtl, unie of huite aIly r1ºnonable ~omldail, left to get, tlhir plihcs agaii as best the'y cant, 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 July 1880

... .. --- viii LOCAL ,MATTERS._ a = ---- -- -- - cen - & New Style Letter )Ieads. ove littl Io:lm Bitters are endorsed by a legion of plhysicians and chemists. for, (:all for C'onrad's 1Bu(\weitser at all day wholl,.ale and retail grocery, liquor and acit dr'gstores and saloons generally. fori The National Board.of IHealth boat, t Is, lleltner, ;a lal;lndsole cral'ft, was at 'wo our' laiding on yesterslay, on its wiay up tho the Mississippi. of of l The 'City Coutcil entbroglio case of the Tell fur vs. ie, was postponelLl on y.ester- .a day. by .Jldge SherbIurne; otthl Dirt Mac ('curt, till Tueslay next. PIcrsons hIolding clhtims against the ( o Louisiana State I'niversity and A rietut tual :aId Mechanical College, are re- DI fierred to a notice in another colm i. .Ir.l:huL Ieal, like the Old Dom nion, hi.; native State never tires-get tg in friSh stock. I anoth.ler colunnm ir .ounces that he is in receipt of a other Dux ahuge lot of first class goods. Cot (;ios. Wtesr.-A few...

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

I i ONT OF HONOR. hr I was dining at a table d'hoto in the only country of Europe where a decent hi dit er*ie s ill to be gntr at such places, de wbdn my attention was attracted by a tall, reserved man, in the uniform of a cavalry ofierr, who sat at the head of a * side-table. Beside me was a Queen' 4 messenger, Capt. ' Bolton, who,ofcon kneweverythingandeverybody,from gossip of the legations which hev 'ini arodessiobal capacity; so I tm who dwb t.le grave-looking so r might be. His reply was a startler. ' C "That is Field Marshal Eisenberg," N answered the Queen's messenger coolly, C: manitng one of'the first soldiers of our m age. "He always dines here, and has se done so ever since I have been in the tl line. w "Odd place to pick up aField Marshal, m bta dinner in a public house, isn't it, at a feast in these piping times of peace I" B "Ha!" exclaimed Capt. Bolton, who, h, like several of the distinguished corps it to which he belongs, is an agreeable ti SItittle. "~la, thereb...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 July 1880

·iC i .i, if ··J1 :IC ýr TR 'W M- to7..ATR~,, r r. Voice of the People is Our only wlaster. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1880. , ATTOBNEY8 . (I 1V. I ')I'., A'moirl'.y it I kIw nodt SNtv Publhlic:, fort Allen, wV(I Illhton l4 'I, , l,41. S,prhd att, lhon yiv'nl to (bh o,.. 4 tl,,l a ,t . 1,n.tlt N, taklh'; I fitnrouR tttd, (11 111t '.l n'..,|tuo, a1d to aIl th,,r u nta m 'e r,.q il1 I ;It ntton tt 1 lt At(tirnf or Nu t.rv IIt 4$1 iPh aIt 1YISetBt oint Rotug'. a)t4 Vith l I !'4. I.AN( ,, A lrlttPrY ANHIDCuINlI.u.lt S.."" At law, IDtnaldlmhl tntvl, IBg Wtl1 prac. Ii , ill arll thei t:oatt of the o tato LoMttalia.. r I I ( ) . Ii. 1 U [_ IC le' i A.r'otslt Sntr I l,:l'll'l 'iuto at ILaw. Ofit'l- No. fI, Plke'n I:t,,,. la Itte,, )1nlge, l.w. W ilI prtjoltee in the botI I, Vllt Y'drlal C(ourtl(. I\ A Ii,ltNA1I an t1 Cotl~IHLot4tl A'I' LAW. Office II Not Itl Itotll,'vard ntreet., 011 tie 11 ltt ollfo, l4,ttin1 IMttl, inl. 'III aIlltod 4o all law bpit. ,,wMIlintrteted t...

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

SCddI.urt rahia M lu rii 1111 at 6S, 2, º National Demociatic Ticket. IAMNIN.IEtWI FOlt I'Rt* tII N'I', W. ., HA N()( C K, O t' .1.C u , sl , y v a ,, ,I n. WILLIAM H. ENULISH, Ol INI)fAN.A. HON. E. W. ROI3ERTSON, oIr EItl Ilton tIton;,:'. Whatl kiltl of I'illiL, will the l .'gro,. lion. C. I', IfookFi, 1itl Ini;811" 1II4OIINl.1 rlil Olill tll 4 f tor (' Ili,'(,g4$ ill the tilth ,N i,4:;s-1 l11pi 1i i i" i l. A II. \ tcx hl.  M IIhI I h 'i l' o)I 'l'ilill'1I doise flOl, gu(t t urr1il,'l' is 1be.lanl,,' hIe will nol. acce.r th,.e :;,,rmhI ihllr I.. i ill,' t icI'k t. Af'' V rmont m1u11111, M II l Ii ; wif' I ,111(1 ;t yeyllow do 1ii i ' 1 llhtr1 i ' of, lihlning,i l re4t'iHveuhl.l idog. It, wiill e in 4 orCder tl, t I il ool l s l4e jllnTl iU)t' ' lo  l ry that hI 1, ' w 1 lot brihci;" but that h' had blleeni rltaiild fikr te d[lieltue. - -. - Thel y nlltayol of I)alli., Mitt hll ','l Iii sipeak, aidm illl 114 i J'4'illlll to the fea' of,l 41d i MiN41 I 40. to . j4 h ---,1...

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

LOCAL MATT#R S. to' New Style Letter nndn. ' I lomne lUittern are endorsed by a Iogioon of i si, ias arid ehenists. S,w' )Iostponleld l4horiff stile in this itsue'. 'Propertry to be sold on twelve montlhi' 1o, l. A tine rain feIl this niorning, just in tiime to help the crops in thi vciuinity. We leariI that on0 yeste'tday, a. hoery shower wls;u rcived near Larinioro's andl McQllude's, some ten ntiles Inek. All isI lovely as far an helardlt ln. SII.+l ae of inmittimli. C(alldl' ly fbr 'or nl's hnlbuveiser. If you tied anIly imit tioi, lrtphlom report the nlll(e imllie diately to C. C(onradl & Co., Sit. Louis, nr to lJohn Miller, the general agenlt, N,,. 2 .rc.kson. street, New Orleans. Ai ri;EsrrN, ZoUAVE$L!-Wc are requlcs t.eI to iinforll thle (llad j torll * mantl-, IIrS6. f' lithe comtlp y ahd'thb Sbtig metl Sho, dIsire to increase its ranks, that a lneltiig for re-orgar! ation will take In,, oni WVeIlnsday evening next, at Aruelmy iall, at eight o'clock. A full :t mnhu....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 July 1880

'°"eal1P Pt~?4T AYD 11 .OX(.1. S .w rr AD 1 .¶ ' thu; ;r As the rait cotnti t he i l , 11 te ..d, And the brook 'rolll the glntnd A the grape ceones to the vine, Tie fruit to the tree ; As }he wind comle to th'. Ipine, , *' il the ttlde.t thb sonl; As, cotdd tlte'rhbit4 sails Cti shins O'er the oceat's verge ; iAes' oelthe ratio ttho lipt, So come to the pout tis songs. All bitherward blown ,;P . From the mistylasud that bologs 'M L Tp the vas itUlkuown Eii , and nott, are the lays t , lie sal :4ipdl',eie ulie Itl hi iud notldlp.;-awl .the praise .I Au the prldeo fa name. t1 For voices pursue him by dyi', And hunt him by night, et( he A. ,l sy: ."Wite!" -- llenry tV. Luon!,'llun+, in Atlanti,: MoMthly. BEATING A OQNDU0O 0B I8 Apasesenger go'f West ftrom l)utroit by rail the other day had to passi C~04c gq, When ith condtctor took ninp iherdklie' severiqtuestions to satisfy himiself that the'pass bad not been tralnsfrred, and the heldqr of the past*lloard did. not take'itta od6 in...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 July 1880

' aý IBC . ý: ýy . STRSI, Eaor. S o VOL. 2. BATON' ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880. 40. "& !,~~~· ,,,, ,, • ,, ,,, ,,• .. .. ... . . . . ..... . . - -T, . .. ATTORNEYS. ... . .....'..... r.rvNiUn l~i./V".M ln rr'\'.IINIAII I\IINL 'ý( \V. I'OI'E.Irt: A r LAW an1 l u I l l l itt . o'rnt Notrylt v 1 st ti jiBt ,; !. a. LAN(4l . AI TO I:Sti AliJtCILndEI.Ot it* Ir.au, IolldlallOIlVille. La. Will Irac telcots of the State of Louliianla. ý' '11O I` . B. 1) r PHEIt., AttorONEY t 1 III (1lilltrrsllolr at Law. (mhite--No. G, Pikes 1:41w lBattlnl I:oligl, La. Will practice in the State aº:d Federlcal Courl'tx. I ERRON. TIRD) & IlEALE 1 it A j-pNtM".111nd C~ots.l:E. Atl Law. Utfice Lit '' I~ii c't.r LaI. Will attendl to all law buoi-· SAVRO'T & LAMC)N.a rAroll I % , .u Ls A t ~. Uztfie on NorthI oultlv-rd II ýI. I·';i.rotit .... ........ . T. 1. Lanon. L, W.& M.M II.ItOIiIERT8ON, " Attrllllf" a1d Cull nellllorsliat Laiw. Office till forth IBolevartl strlet, iRatoln IRoiuge, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 July 1880

BEATING A CONDUCTOR. t 1. j A passenger going West from Detroit by r rail the other day had to pass Chicago. I When the conductor took it up he asked a several questions to satisfy himself that b the pass had not been transferred, and A the holder of the pasteboard did not t take it as good naturedly as some men v Sonuld. He didn't have much to say, p uet he was determined on revenge. As t soon as the conductor left the car the f man changed seats, removed his linen t duster, took off his hat and looked like a, t different person altogether. After the I train left the next station the conductor 8 came along with an eye out for new pas- 1I sengers, and presently he reached out to o the holder of the pass. o "Then you must pay your fare.' 6 " I won't do it!,' V " See here," said the conductor, as he o began to wake up, " you must either pay your fare or produce a ticket. If not I'll drop you on the road." " Drop and be hanged !" The train was tiot stopped, but after a run of ten minut...

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 July 1880

EMORACY V, GREENBACKISM, I RLOT JEuON JI(il4rn, .iuly 17, 1MrQ. u th t.('e itt Ir l Execuate ('o ( niV ' 1tte(l of th e Natif olnal rebwiHek Laborpart y of t1hi purisl4 of Elat lnto llt Itige. (;I 'ENTE.IMEN--Iaving lbeen iiterlTogat t , at day or tw'o mince, biy some of the 'aders of your political organization as , whether I sympathized with the lead g ideas of your political cLreed, and iving answered vaguely that I syin itllizId with aIll that is goot in4 every r'cd, I t'htll4I2'tc, the occiasion of your 'li ligT to d'ehl ire i rlelll i i detil I "news \l ich I entertain itn hlrmtl'il1Oy itll e (ircllr til cl k I liatk r tilvln'lit. I. Thi, lalor plank of thef (clin'ilnlati itfiorin is helirt.ily endorl ld byll ,e. If 1 does: gl in to f l lit Illt lispecilica ,n of the IS  nsurec inleetlfiil to miake it ,elit1ial, I 1olhl that it coveys anI isn hiLt pledgo to inautlgurate lsuch inels res as will¶itrengtltcn and cons oli 11t e bor in its striiggle with tle cinnolidflat I foro...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 July 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, _Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, JULY 24, 1880. National Democratic Ticket WWIF E SiANCO0N WIWAM I. 1U1 FOR P'RESIDENT. W. S. HANCOCK, 1 º1lt I'n IsylvaZ nint . WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, o1' INDIAN.\ FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East lnatou I Role. Since the foot produces ache-corns, what kind of fruit will the negro. I[on. C. E. Hooker, was unani nously renominated for Congress in. tie fifth Mississippi District. An exchange says the reason Tilden does not get ilarried is because ho ·will not accept the seccond place on any ticket. A Vermont man lost his wife and a yellow dog by one stroke of lightning, and he tried for nearly half a day to revive the dog. It will be in order for a crooked juryman to say that he was not bribed; but that he had been retained .for the defense. o The Mayor of l)allas, charged with malfeasance in office, declined to speak, as advertised, owing to the .fear of a disturbance. .--'---- - A disgusted negro, just returned from...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 July 1880

Sei ahly (Caiti LOCAL MATTERS. iesdq's5 (ditiott. II Neo* Style Letter Ileads. Home Bitters are endorsed by a legion n of physicians and chemists. Call for Conrad's Budweiser at all wholesale atnd retail grocery, liquor and drugstores and saloons generally. Beware of imitation. Call only for Conrad's Budweiser. Itf you find any inmitation, please report the sa1e imme diately to C. (Conrad & Co., St. Louis, or to John Miller, the general agen:t, No. 2 Jackson street, New Orleans. The..National lo:ard', of eoalth boat, the letler, a halllnlsotll craft, eas :at our l:nding on yesterday, ou its way upr the Mississippi. The City Co)lnil ehr4ogli, fuseof bhe fo ir vs+. five, was iost1,tl,. 4d' o4) yester day, 1y ilge SherlburIne, of the D)istrict (Court, till Tuesdlay next. lPersons holdig claims agaiils thel Louisiana State I:niversity aumd Agricull tural and Mechanical C(ollege, are re Ierredl to a notice inll lother olllmi. Joshulta Ileal, like the Old l)oiniHion, his native 4tatc...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 July 1880

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY. PROTEST OF THE ALUMlNI WHAT THE EX-CADETS HAVE TO SAY OF THE ACTION OF THE SUPERVISB ORS IN RRMOVINGLFHE PRiS II4NTd,,T FFPA hL-P ASND OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. (Con:uanicated to the N. 0. Denier:'~t.) In view of the fact that at a recent meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, held in Baton Rouge on July 2,1880, six mnembers of the said board voted to re move the president of the said college, and the entire faculty and officers of the said college, without any specific charges made against them, we, the alumni, graduates and ex-cadets of said institution, residing in the city of New Orleans, beg leave, through your paper, to enter this our solemn and public pro test against the said unwarranted, un just and unprecented action of the said six members of said board, ther'e being I no just cause assigned the public or us for the said action; and also to make manifest our entire approv...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 July 1880

lTHE POET AND HIS SO.VGS. ser' but As the birds comes in the spri,. go "e know not from where; for As the stars coge at evening From depths of the air; by As the rain comes from the cloud, fro And the brook from the ground to As suddenly, low or loud, '1 Out of silence a sound; thr As the grape comes to the vine, phi The fruit to the tree; j;sl As the wind comes to the pine, And the tide to the sea, tha As come the white sails of ships O'er the ocean's verge ; As comes the smile to the lips, The foam to the surge ; tha So come to the poet his song. te All hitherward blown From the misty land that lbeon2s tall To the vast Unknown. rad, Illa, and not his, are the lay:1 a m lie sings:-andl their fame 80111 In his, and not his;--and ti praise adv Ana the pride of a name. the I'or voices pursue him by day hern Andl hunt him by night. this And he listens, and needs mlust oby, bad When the Angel says: "Write" - 1 ,',; : ', . i ,,Lo lfellow, ii A tlant': M I ,,edl . R t .- ... -..-..-- -- i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 July 1880

STATE MEWS, The 1)oaldsouville Chief has this to say aboult the appointlient of a new Justice of the P'eaeo in the sacred pre ciicts of its town: ''The installation of Mr. 11. J. Green  It Jlust ice of th 'e PI'eae' for this ward will not interflre with lils aintini g tbnsi:f ss. All olders forI' , sign or orl( anill(entl pIaillti3n , grl;inllng, calcaluining ndal paler-hanlginlg left at his ivorkbhop will miect with lprompt at tentiol as heretofore. Mhr. Green's reptn tation as a painter is well established in this commllunity, and luany a bgilding :utl sign ill town and parish exhibit in 1ºº:11 .'' tlil.ital, h c\ 1ienii'o o(I hlMs killlt w1o1r 1\'e ;'lean i| e thfllowing froml tIte Moin rl, Itulletini: (Greeu Red, convvictlcd "of Ithe nti'rde of his wile and Meltei:ced to deat Ih, will, under the warrant of Acting (Gvernor Mclicry, expliate hitis crimew oi l"riday, IMt dlay of (October, between 11t A.. m1. nld .1 . A1....... Aldrlew Jack Mon, colored, who dleld a n3egro on l Ir...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 July 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 July 1880

ditor l tJi L MIanagerr. tA . 1 i .T, JULY 27, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of I'nnsylvania. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT, 1 WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONOtRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East lhtont Ioitte For the Press Convention to be hlchl Oct. lith, at i1l BATON ROUGE, of Hugar Planter, Patriot.Dcmlocrat, Soutlhorn Watchman, Foliciana Sountinl, New Oriennl cit emnocrat. til The Democrats of McComb City, Miss., are preparing to plant a Ilag staff one hundred feet high, frito the top of which will float the Democrat ic flag until the melancholy days of ' Garfield have come.n 1 1 -- -ý-- - t The chairman of the State central i committee of the Greenback party in Michigan, Robert J.IIlaire, has declar- I ed his intention to vote for hancock. I He is said to be one of the best stump ' Speakers in the State. Little Johnny went fishing last Sunday without consulting his pa rents. Next morning a neighbor boy met hinm and asked': "Did you catch anythin...

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