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

LOCAL MATTERS. Iulesdao's ' tdition. 1 ' New Style Letter Heads. Ilolme BIitters are endorsed by a legion of pihyvAiians and chemists. 't'ry Emil Weiss' Leading lobsm live c.n4ts cigars, for sale at Kirby's c·onft'c tionery store and cigar stand. The Bolard of Ihaltlth, has appointed / Mr. L,. Jalot as Inspector. lie will pro crld ;tt, o0nce inl enforcing sanitary nioas ilns and our citizens will do well to see Slihat theinr lpremises are lput in order. li4walIre of inmitation. Call only for t'orLad's UJldweiser. If you find any imitation, pleasVreport the same immne diately to C. Conrad & Co., St. Louis, or o Johlln Millcr, the general agent, No. 2 Jackson street, New Orleans. Mr. W. P. Kirby has his Lady's sa (oonl, next door to his confectionery, tilled up in neat style, and is prepared to accommnodate fanmilies who may call, with ice-cold sdula water, confectione ties .111l9 croeam. IlonI. ). C. M1ontan called at the C(A' Ir mlIAN sanctum last Friday.. Ho is the picture of h...

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 July 1880

EVEYONE FOR HIMSELF ' S ims ," xas the max- I i 11e- Axiam which h a tr olt o t c~ldtten~ty in his daily practice- He was a man of large fortune and some rank, and never was knl ogtp ieetimilelff by a sin glt h ed .or the benelit of others. Only leave hin at peace, and s he cared not what became of any one else. This man, selfish as he was, had some affection for his daughter Eugenia, and his son Charles. For them he had made soeti°lsfttfle saerlftte, and put himself t to sme' r Ytlo inconrvenienre. His son one day said to him: "Father, you have no friends !" "Nor anyenemies. What good would friends do but perpetually torment me; now mlaking demands upon my purse, now upon my patronage? I should be a living for them and not for my~clf. I want nothing and I ask nothing from others, and I take care they shall ask a nothing front mie." "But, dear father, if every one thought thus, how could the world go onut I have no doubt hitt we are mutu ally ! hndent tbpon each other; the poor need...

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 July 1880

yr .8. . , e,, s.. The' Voice of the People is Our only .Master. ""-, VOL. 2. . BATON ROUGE, LA., THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1880.. ' . . . . . . . ATTORNEYS. (4 V. I 'O ) I'lE, AT'rnoiiY Ar rIAw ad1 N* N I' I'l luhlic, I'ort Allr,, WVIuet Itatii I n- , I,. ~Ipl".ial attentlion giv''n to the ol. 'tia ollill nI IroInls' , takilln testIIIInolly nder m('l.l IIeIIenl, a li Ito all othlir matttns rqtlirl'lg the ihent.in il ' :en Atornery or NotarY lit ther uitlthh of ,1'a t l It It , Rouge. apreI v2n.l: ( 4. I.A N(4. ArrohNiYAANc,oluNtllaoL I L. A,\ I w, Donallsmaeivillh, la. Will prac It ' In all the, ctalrts of thle Stato of Louinlana. rn l oIt). H1. DU 'P'1EECAiO'. Y I Iand CoIIInIselo"r at Law. (ficel--No. II, Piko'i lhow, I11411u Iltanltgq La. Will practce ill the state- and Ilderal (Courts. I IIILO)N, IRD & HEALIEI A Art 'ItLNV.V1 and COUNMICIt.oIt r LAW. Office ) n, North ltele'vrd atelet, near thle poet, ofice, laiton lonegex, L~a. Will attoond t, ani law hIta iesm e-tIrul...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 July 1880

I., 'P MHCI, S&tieit.r 'I tM L1%a1t Bc.r/ Nit) 1to i4;, L 1, 1M·I) National Democratic Ticket. Folt PIEHI UElN'I', W. 8. HANCOCK, f01" u it oauI vllt l. POI(V)t V E )'ftJjJ ENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Oi IN IANA. ]olt ('ON ltKNH, EON, E. W. ROBERTSON, o(r I IId I loll Ilouk. Pstr tlh I'srON ('OiVOaurhute tU o hind OIut. 411i, at BATON ROUGE, 1Ieemer Ia'luntr, ( 'Itflona t ,lI t'L , Atei livth *eblb~matº, vollelunrr Hnrlllsal, Notw ollI!rlllº 11amawtat, (Iroenrl,,l-q Oamntte, Amrltn City Indspnntlent, clrraCnr (:outlnir, shrovnpart Chilly '1'!4108"·-total, 9.. Si. TtunItntty F'rrser johin lI 1the tItIiversal dellnldl for it Ipre°m 'olvetql. tonl, and nluggest ('oviigtot 1m ai t mtilbhle and Ipltamat pilce (lr I~th editorm of the tl,tate to cungtregate. Hidney Smith Is quiiioted s eiaying "Never try to rsmleo, thlo pruJtdicuo out of ia 1an1, . II, Wasnll't reasone d Into hint anld it caniul IIe reisondl out of h]lil." "I tell you," saidta rabid lir'o think-. ier, "the ilut id th...

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 July 1880

CriWlzthee dZ (apitoliin LOCAL MATTERS. P -" New Style Letter Heads. e llone Bitters are endorsed by a legion b of pihysicialns and chemists. A tringent vagrant law is needed in all parts of the State. Let the plapers urge the matter. 'lThe young folks of West Baton Rlluge s ;are to have a ball at Mrs. E. lejeune's, y on Saturday, August 7th. ii T'Ihe editor tIs absent in New ()rle;'ns l again. Whether it, is sore-tyes or heart disease, we are not preplared to say. Actual work has begun on'lthe State Ilouse. The reader can imagine our joy in, naking this announcemncllt! T'lhe St. Tammany Farmer favors t p press convention, but wants to meet ill i Covington. Come, friend Farmer, give " ns a more accessible point. ft Dlistrict Court is still in session. A good niany cases have been disposed of, i and it's likely others will be before the il prioposed adjournment next Saturday. h All exehaige says the uanl or woman \ho has never loved, hugged, kissed, ii played with, listened to, tol...

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

Yn FracID o GIRMONY. assmleto idore the actilyon Eof orin Hancock. MONSparty which h ETIr o AT UNION IIAI 4~I4J1A4 A ES9U3)(I 53PEPIIP'S K ALLOCII. Hnderso's th F s o) lo and. enion atriot was rowded lathe evening with the trne'tkh lee lub of the city; Ward, unem to ileadersothe action of Charles Morrell, ang in excocllent sty Eglsh."tar It was a magnificded the rally of thW. P. C.-o bone and sinew, met to protest against Cbinese n Emigrtioh," and to a llsist the party whicth h over opps w e it. A P. Andersou's h eau ut Francisco) baend pldents, n patriting airs dumoring the evmany oing, and the Frmebech lee CLeglu of ev, city of Ward, uner the ommitteemenrship of Carles Morrell, sang in excellent stylberth ofar the Democr Butir, and rekiivgd hearty aptiplaus. Ther aenfor. Ovr tyore Katfoh, was suspended the mzotto, "W. P. C. Judgeancock Terry and ngish," and the hallDunn was ela Pjt1 4c, ra with flags. Upon thq i tMtu were~etced to iorder by J.i dents, numnbering among them many ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 July 1880

SAThe Voice of 'he (People is Our only Master. . BATON ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1880. ATTORNEYS. r WV. PIOPE, ArrouxreY 4Tr L.%w aln * Notary Public, Port Allen, test Baton on'ge, La. fSpecial attention tiven to the col cction of ac(oumts, taking testlmlony under corl nisjion, and to all other matters rPuir-g the rttention of an Attorney or Nota:ry n lue parish I Vctt isaton Rouge. ap :4 v2n13 _S. LANG, ATroutsEY Asu CoUNSELOR * At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac" ice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. ,HOS. R1. DUPRBEE, AxTro.~EY and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's tow, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the -tate and Federal Courts. jERRON & BEALE, - O A'ORNEYS and COUNSE.LORS A LAW. Office n North Boulevard street, near the post office, laton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law,,usi ,ess entrusted to them in this and adij ing arishes. A. S. Hlerron.............. L. D. Beale. AVROT & LAMON. A'rro. NEYS Ar LAw. Office on North Boulevard treet, Baton l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 July 1880

TIiLIJJHT'8 IIOUR. C;hambers' Journal.I 't'e sunlight on a wavsless sea In softened radiance fadeth slowly. The faded dower, the mistcrowned tree. Proclaim the gathering twilight holy. It Is the hoar when passion bows; A solemn stillness round us lungersr And on our wildly-throbblug brows We feel the touch of angel lingers. It in the hour when lovers fond (For Love its native air is breathing) Draped with fait hopes Life's dt ar beyond, Oay garlands for the future wreathing. It ts the hoar when In far land, The wanderer, tired of ceaseless roaming, Longs for the clasp of kindred hand, And the dear honeo unrapt in gleamring. It sl the hour whoe mnuklnd hears, . Amid Earth's mingled moans and laughter, Chords which will swell when unborn years Are buried in the great Iereafter. THE ZINGARA MAIDEN. Harry Arnold and I visited Spain some years ago, and one day rode under the scorching .sun, sontetimes over highways white anm hot with dust, sometimes tbhrouih l auf dells where the fierce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 July 1880

SVERY ONE FOR HIuMSELF take E'ver'y one for hbilself," was the max- 1s1) II of.old Mi11r. Darnell-a inmxinm wh ich ny said e carried out, most consistently in his ily lpractice- lie was a man of large leat >rtiite and solie rank, and nver wla r now to comIpromIise himself by a sin Ie act hie iperformed tfor the, benclit of ('f.illy' leave lulu at. place, am11 ",OD heacro e ;t'read not lwhat lecait'e of any onec Incse. skill This :an, selfish as he was, had tr',ne Ileirtion for his daught('r EMgenia, and the uis -:1i Charles. For then lie had :ulade •n -1' little sacrific(', anl d ut hilsI lf sl 'Nor nlly enemnies. \V'hat good 0' ( al friend.s do lnbut perpetually totimn,'t m rue; Ilow makig (demands Illa mily p1"1', at al now 1111upon n011y platronage ! I ,should Ihe living for themi anl. not for yself. I want nothlling nod 1i I:11 nothing f'ront "l'nt, de-r11 father, if ry one he v Ihought, thus, how c.ould thir llorld go ati .,1 I have n11 dLoubti but we are imntu- tll ally d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 July 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, JULY 31, 18?O. National Democratic Ticket. WhWFIEoLD S.JANCOC WI.AM ENCLI. I - FOiL i'RESIDEINT, W. S. HANCOCK, Or IPennsylvania. FO"(1 VICE.PRESIDEI':NT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGI:ESs, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. For the 'Press Convention to be held Oct. 4th, at BATON ROUGE, Sugar Planter, Patriot.Deruourt, Southern Watchman, Feliciana Sentinel, New Orleans Democrat, Greensburg Gazette, Amite City Independent, Gretnaa Courier, Shreveport Daily Times-total, 9. St. Tammany Farmer joins in the universal demand for a press conven tion, and suggests Covington as a ,suitable and pleasant place for the editors of the State to congregate. Sidney Smith is quoted as saying: 'Never try to reason the prejudice out of a man. It wasn't reasoned into him and it cannot be reasoned out of him." "I tell you," saida rabid free think er, "the idea that there is a God has never come into my head!" "Ah! precisely l...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 July 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. ueisda's (edition. E74 New Style Letter Heads. Conrad's Budweiser bottled beer is a summer beverage. Home Bitters are endorsed by a legion of physicians and chemists. Try Emil Weiss' Leading Boss live cents cigars, for sale at Kirby's confec tionery store and cigar stand. The Board of Health, has appointed Mr. L. Jadot as Inspector. He will pro ceed at once in enforcing sanitary meas ures and our citizens will do well to see that their premises are put in order. Mr. W. P. Kirby has his Lady's sa loon, next door to his confectionery, fitted up in neat style, and is prepared to acconmodato families who may call, with ice-cold soda water, confectione ries and cream. Hon. D. C. Montan called at the C.t'e ITO}Lt-,\ sanctum last Friday. He is the picture of health and good humor. lie informed its that the Grosse Tote Rail road was in thorough working order and the trains running regularly. Beware of imitation. Call only for Conrad's Budweiser. If you find any imitation, ple...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 July 1880

THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE. She was a rchoo!igirl graduate, With school-girls used to play; She got her sheep.skin and a great Big 50.cent boquet. When she went home her dear mamma Met her with a pleasant look, And said. "Now, Mary Ann, bile in And take my place as cook. But Mary Ann popped up her nose And said, "Mamma, I won't. What! come right out of school and cook ! You bet your socks I don't." That anxious, overbearing ma. Like any mother should, lilt. Mary Ann beneath the ear With a great big stick of wood. So now the school-girl graduate, With pleasure in her eye, Can (ook a steak or wash a shirt Or mrake a dish-rag tl". iler mother taught her what it was To lead a useful life. They're forty chaps a running there, Each wants her for his- cook. UNDER THE TRICOLOR. CELEBRATING THE OVERTHROW OF THE DUNGEON OF PARIS. "A LA BASTILLE." From the New York Herald.) The present French Republic is now in the tenth year of its existence. Not during these years has there been any thing like ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 July 1880

Tax or No Tax. P'o)IT Au,I.;N , Jully 27, l-0. I)i.:Ar CA.rro1LIAN-AI election was The held in this parish on Saturday, 24th inst., ftir the purpose of taking the sense of the property tax payers upon the Mo question of imposing a tax of five nmills on the dollar for three years, to pay for the building of a court house anlt jail, and resulted as follows: For. Against First ward...... ..... 0 00 1 econd ward............. 26 o wit Third ward .............. I asset Fourth w.ard............. t1: 0 late Fifth ward ................ :; th t Sixth ward............... 17 4 Seventh ward, no election --one Total.............. ...:. bo' t The full oppolltion vote was polled, Chin while those who favored the tax were part, so certain it wouldt be carried that but Andi few went to the polls. The old buildling play ilsetl as ia court house costs the parish and live hundred dollars rent every year,and War It has Ibeen condemnedas dangerous and Mor not a safl: place for the keeping of the Span ar...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 July 1880

STATE NEWS. I)htow',ls \WVit.tI: IJA'riIN('. -Th'Ft 1lonlroo Iiilletiii containn the following: "Oi last T'lhursday evoulig, while hatlh ng in the river ,just above town, Willie Mastlrto1oll, i bright little boy about 1:1 yell''04 of nlge, the nt11 of W'il. 11ansters'nt, of this lac'e, got beyond his h-p.ltlh ;n11 was dtlrownled lbefore ' nal'tncellII c'Olll cOa(ch him. It nlppiluw that litlh Miun t(''rsol eouhl not lswiim, 8ie t11lt while hisl colnlilnl iolS had swalin to the (41111O silte baiik, he was left alone oin this side. lit wits M'en to be in distress and ih1ef fict-nal offolrts were lade for his relieft The body was nilller waiter twenty or ll1111'/1 m illllt('N." "oNo IWNl1(W'.I).--Lias't T'nestlay ai (olohr1,'d ild 1181-llel Isaac 'l'iylmr', aged about two years, was I'onlld ill thle )nile 1)pod1 nrll a Mr. M. N. Taulln's pIhce, (,on Cane ri\'ver, aboutl three miles ahiove this city, ill i drowning conditioni. A little girl gave thie nhrui, but when tihe chiltl was take...

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 August 1880

'fr r iý l 1 ' 4' - The Voice the People s ~ur only Mast er. ,l L. T.C.,ZA , Md tor VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY, 188, .. . - a .fmmme meem .dY. . . ." , t. . • r , N,mmmnm~~~~~ Hi=,i n m - m m ,=.,amm m a m , nimmn = . m.un = -nn..r l i ai 'l -:'i:::Ia a lI n ! l ! ATTORNEYS. (I W. IOf'11,, A'rrPINEY Al LAW nod \!"' Notiuy P'uhll', P~ort A Ilin, 1Vint. littut lIIIly,, l.A. $jiralnaI tral oiolIogivi to timn CIl. fIll ion 214CeIIIoIIt, tak iam t.'tinmot'y hiutidr c . nini MnfI, andi to eil Othimr maml tern rmqiilrnitm tin at Im'il on *.r ofrn Attorney or Znlmmt'1 iIn the perim1shm fit WmHt Ilitomi IRoughi. apd vRlnI JI ..I jANG, A1rrotlWKV nn CottNsatOl 1 * At l4mw, l)onaildolitvillo, La. Will pram t icme in all the cmouertn of tho Satto or Loimlmimi'n'. ' Oi N()N. HI. DUlt'im1IC , ATronNNKY 1 mmi Conamimer at Law. Olnamo-No. c, Like's lRow, allmtomn iRonfom La. Will praemilim In the Si mmli a d Fomlmwei (,outste. II ltltOQN & ;1IICA. is A,. 1A AIrrmmemNwa mi md CeiUnsgmto...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 August 1880

LEO RE I, E~ditor and' nesglz~ 1~~agqw BATO 1t GE; 1Jc 8Tt, 180. National Democratic. Ticket. FRW.S. W .HAN COCK, `' d '1'nnosylvnlla. r it ,1.01 YTCR.P1111 1DENT, WIF LLAM "m EXWLISH I 01 UFINDIANA. ° l FOR CONGRINt $, HONW. SW ROBERTSONK, Of E i $ Baton Rouge. For the I'roees Conoution to be held Oct. Uth, at BATON ROUGE, Hugar.Plainter, Patriot.Democrat, Southern Wataebanin, Feliciana Sentinel, New Orleans Demoorat, Oreensbdrg Gasetto, Amito City Independent, Gretna Courier, Shreveport Daily Times, North Louisiana Journal, Mgrgan City Review-total, 11. THE UNIVERSITY OAYPAIGN. It is the fashiou, in' this country whenever an interest personal ovpub lie is to be advanced, to get up a pro perly drafted petition which is then passed around for signatures, always obtainable whenever some good citizen carries it along. As an illustration we knew of anuiutelligent man who actually attached his name to one, wheieih the signers recommended that he should be hanged. He had not read, the do...

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

LOCAL MA'tTERS. Ii- New Style Letter Heads. ( follrl';s r tdweinser bottled Inetr is the bw+t l,eve'sige for illelS. T'lhie mti,'r of dogs that roam around Illatiii ltolgti at night, sneaking into ,'ol'Pnl's yards in the interest of hungry ste.llllach, isn something worthy of the" ch,:lrital,le attention, of beef distributors. M r. Joshua Beal hass received his weok ly siwipply of fresh groceries, as will be ,seen by his advertisements in another collllrl. Customers receive marked atttentioll at this excellent family gro cery. ('all and see for yourself. \Ve had th pleasuire of a visit this lmreiilng from lion. Will. A. Strong, Sec ictary of State, who is here to attend a mnietillg of the State University and Agricultlr:l :Irtl Mochatlcal Collego. A I ,rl ,'sn ,A FILLY B) AT8 AN ARKAN :s,s Ilouse-On last Saturday, at Livo Iuia, Ilclxy, a two year oGld filly, owned Iy Mr. Merritt, Harrow, groomed by John Stratton, colored, anl ridden by his som, ran against a horse brought from ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 August 1880

n We all ha walkink vl ®u:fhave mine, And being young and fancifnl,and counted fair, I sometimes dream of love. And it 4 , i d ming still. I ask myself, if I should learn to love. If my still heart could wake to life, How would I love, and how would I be loved For I as wv4*rYof idolatry. My soul is faint within, while I think Of all the fierce, strbhg passaion I have seen and known, resistless in its might As some rdokolavio stream. I WOU* in lntes Tro~ntft " HBe whom 1 loved should be my king, And not my slave. I do not ask that he be proud and cold, Butealm add grave, and very strong, A king, like Saul, among the sore of men, And kinglier o'er himself; He must nottaembleat my slightest frown, Nor shudder it another meet my eye : Nor must he, like a vasseal, crave my smile Glad in the dust before my feet to lie For I pa weery of servility. I would not rnle,.or would I yet be ruled ; I scorn the tyrant as I scorn his slave. There is a love of swept equality, The love of God gave and...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 August 1880

w.Vn.varat ý.h.. ` Voice of the People is our only 'asker. V(). . 2. IAAT'ON ROUGE, LA., THIURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1880 1 .. . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . . -aT e;ldPT ....' .. ,, ... . .. . U-: ::- ,,, ,,, . ATTORNEYS. I W. I mI •'I4. ArrwlrKY ATr LAw nted (/. Nedry Peible, fot'et. Allen, Wcet Jiatee Hoiuene, i,le. einrlt ll4attetlon give ln to tho cl. ire tion of ii een' l,e fltaking/ tketinonytlnder Glst" mi.eieen, and Ilf all lher lallterrn ieqlllrlnl lthe el hI-oid 41'u el At iorneiy or Nolity II tim pllaruli of WV.es, ielnl Itenge. apr4 vIl i N . IA N( A ., A. rronn AntCoUNatoAL SI. At l.aw it, hlonaldlnvlilel.. Will pra'. I w'e i jall tieme eerlts of tlhe tate of Louilalias. rI1l I IN. II. i. I I'I IEE ATroliNKY I 'nnnioir' at. Law. (Ofllco-' . (, Pliken' Ilnw, llloni Itollg1n, IA. Will practice in the .LstIle icul i'Federal u(.enrts. I INRIItON & .0 AL E. II A tC I.nsKr Ia (oand NHiItian AT LAw. (flicse ne Noerth Ilelelvard Iitrnt, nrer thee pt ollpi, Itltoni IloUgc, i,I....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 August 1880

ý. S :MFJII, ,., 1Ccillrrr' n 1,13rn net blanltui-r I) A8 MS, I .hn 9flfl vi M--ILzw National Democratic Ticket, l 1 0 FOR ltS[INDEN'T, W.. S. IIAN(COCK, Of Penvaisylvanin. Iol VI(J;.I'l1, I I ;N'I', WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Of fINDIANA. 1O o CONURBS.ER, HON. E. W, ROBERTSON, 01' I.nd11 Jlutoel .uol ',e. For tIhe Ireen (Con'vertion. to bIt hh II Oct. hIth, at BATON ROUGE, Hter J'lanltar, I'ltlrlotL.Delarnocrat., Slm Iltrn Watchltmal, FoIlanta olanlinll, Now O'()rlnl-a I)omncrat, ilreouuburg (tJazett, Anito (:ity lndeptehdent, (Jrtllota Cocmrlmor, N4lrosvrpeIrt I;lily 'ltinmn, Nothl l Ii.nlnliaa JJoumrnal, Moirgan Cl(ty hovliw-total, II. IIt seej J)s that, th only wy to prvollt.tthe people l'rom tall Icng about G(nrfultd's bad record is to invent N!cs abot I hiucock. A little girl, detli'ng "Lenring tiadlse witness ngalIst your neiglhbor." said "it was when nobodly did nothing, and ºsolnelºldy went and told of it. ''he manll who said that the temper lance party wVili going to rise 1t...

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