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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 August 1880

'LOCAL MA FTERS. :' New Style FA1ttt Heads. reer I .f1 Itln 4 Hc leces'cfip 1 4l111i 1 "of 1'5hli , 'ntl' iltlh t h 1 iIl i i ie (' c n l',:i th, Y ellw er I ,i l, tlle'e I eri' lh te h t.l (Ii vi'i.ige for l rllHt1 i nl.I Il ulle illitr:41 T 1nt , lr111 3lr ' let Ifgi.m , 1f phyS oi. cli lN ite i l. l. il. Ieie I l. hil eilli;e'erh eI ` p'ost hl 110. 3'lte'I ,ifty ,rt ' 1 1, i eg li t iii, ti h l l yl lire ,.eti l T'I. e'11uihheI w. lll lltie en hald ,llvely' timte ,lt;,erreliung ye s et'I y. h..etltmnlsi[O Iind Iy .-I \ 'Il- :I WI', l'I' :e juO {l: i' t l'elli'r I.11II 1 1a1i 'e-sivoriId MIsxIe t o iin hite fil on.rlr 'if. tlhe' 1l.y11, l IIt -.n I lºl O I. IIeThi ' i 'ollI o. f eel 1' l rviils of ( he il'oit ili.1e Stat Ie 'nive. rsity .and AgIricutin l trl a111 .l ,c'hauni,' al l',lleg mnta. y', Ser: tay, ei illir "eelinUti o B hic h i le l ie fIO IIuII lnl I. bhint il OhNs ialse. \VIeI r et $ I , i r talItks to IIet y 'loung' it iId ir, l y I (;.lV ll, whoii 1;1 ji lst ri...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 August 1880

. I.4 Green Shot and Killed by Mr. Benajah Gibson. Donaldsouvillo Chief. A depldrable tragedy was enacted up on the streets of Donaldsonville last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. R.'J. Green, member of the Town Council from the second municipal ward, and recently. appointed Justice of the Peace for the parochial ward formed by the limits of Uhc town of Donaldsonville, and Mr. Behbijhh Gibson, member of the Police Jury from the 6th ward, became involv ed in a shooting affray, which resulted in the mortal shooting of -Green. For the present we shall give only the lead ing and uncontested facts of the affair, deferring any comment and statement of minor l;articulars until after the pre liminary examination, which Judge Cheevers will hold to-day. As is wgll known in the community, Mr. Green, in his capacity of member of the Town Council, has been the most active opponent of the Police Jury's 8uiuay ordinance, deeming it his duty as n Alnerman to champion the views of the merchants and others w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 August 1880

7T " 7s' zs z, EsTr. yoice of the People is Our only .Master. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1880. ATTORNEY8. [I AV. POPE, ArrourxY AT La.w ant l Notary- Public, Port Allen, West hBton Rouge, Lu. Special attention given to the cil liction of accounts, taking testimony under con, ilis4sion, nld to all other imatters reluitning th1 atttention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish fr West Baton Rouge. apr;4 vh13 S . LANG, BArro NEY AND) COL'NHELOI S At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac Sice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rIfOSH. B. DUP Ei ATrOLnEy I and Counselor at Law:' ice--'o. 6, PIle'A .Row, Baton Ic oge, La ,t l practice in the State and Federal Court. - iHfLERRON & BEALE, S A7TOtRNEYs and COULNELOR8 AT LkAW. Office pon North Boulevard street, near the post ollice, Baton Rouge. La. Will attend to all law busi aneeS entrusted to them in this and adjoining ia prisheP. A. S. Ilerron...................L. D. Beale. "AVROT & LAMON. ATrro. vl' x...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 August 1880

A WOMAN'S LOVE DREAM. NE IrB POWER HOLsTOX, We all have walking vlsiones.I have mine, And being young and fanciful, and counted fair, I sometimes dream 6f love. And sitting all alone, and musing still. While yet the firelight flickers dim, I ask myself, if I should learn to love. If my still heart could wake to life, Ifow wouldI love, and how would I be loved For I am weary of idolatry. My soul is faint within, while I think Of all the fierce, strong passion I have seen and known, resistless in its might As some rock-cleaving stream. I would lie loved in calmness Trusted, and not feared. He whom I loved should be my king, And not my slave. I do not ask that he be proud and cold, But calm and grave, and very strong, A king, like Saul, among the sons of men, And kinglier o'er himself; le must not tremble at my slightest frown, Nor shudder if another meet my eye : Nor must he, like a vasseal, crave my smiie Glad in the dust before my feet to lie For I am weary of servility. I would not...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 August 1880

THE FARMER AVtD THE POLITICIAN. The farmer in the paper Read the editorial mention. That the fate of nations rested (hi the C. conventions. But the trees had leaved and blossomed, And the grass continued growing; All the sprouts of corn were starting, And the fanner went on hoeing. Whrn the matter was decided. And they made the nomination, On) dc.lareaj it was a blessing, And another ruination. St: l the flruit grew ripe and mellow And the wheat was nicely growing: While the fiunnr in his garden "lutt his turnips went on hoeing. AN IMPUDENT PUPPY. 'Where is sue ?" inquired Mrs. Mel ington, entering the room where her we eldest daughters were ImSloyed, he one in reading, the other with a bit f fancy work. 'I really don't know, mamma,' au wered Ada, looking up from her work. "I have had scarcely a glimpse of Sue ince we came to the country. She ap pears to have taken to an outdoor life, and is never in the house except at night." 'I saw her about two hours ago on her way to the orcha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 August 1880

LEON .JA8T1 :I4MKI, Ediatr and 1Uwu1inws Mnniitwr. HAT'ON ROMEU', ACInT($T7, 1MM'. National Democratic Ticket, "FI - W . S. IlANCO CK, Of' I'u i ylvu y i I. IPf' VIcE IP'1 IMl, l E NT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, O1 INDIANA. FOR (MNGIIEgM, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Ii e it l toni louige. Vuor tho IPrui CoIvOntithn to hIo hnld cot. 4th, at BATON ROUGE, 8,tgar I'latntr, PIttritol. t)iiotrnt, Niiuathni Wltthmrnu, etlltutin 8on ltiii't, Now (rlnuntm taonigirot, (trniiiutiirg iiothi't·te, A tnti C;t ty ' itopoulinet, (tr'tuii tncirlor, lt triivnpir&, Dally 'VIiib., Nirtj Lnaltilan, J*ournra, htorpthn UIty .1tevow-wtaat, t,. It Hseemsi thalt the only waiy to pirevent the peoilel from talking nbout luarliclhl's had recolrd is to invent lic!n about iuancock. A little girl, deftling "bearing flilso witines againist your neighilor." staid A'it was when nobodly did notlhing, ad som0hody w-eut a111 tohl of it. TheI ma whlo said that Ithe temper ance prlty wai going to rise like "'a giant tfilreshed...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 August 1880

·ct, x" ýý t aptl (tt beinyg g l aaded instruct LOCAL MATTERS. the Bi S Hates' c tusda 's idition. rark - select E10 New Style Letter lieads. pronpt T'lhe number of dogs that roam arollnd lt 3aton Ilonge at night, rneaking into tvitci. people's yards in tlhe interer t of hungry fincit stolmachll, is something worthy of tihe frtan charitable attention of boef distributors. ulty, i Mtr. Joshnt IlBeal has reeceivedhis week ly supply of fresh groceries, ari will be Ile'w soon boy his advertisele'nts in another Conrad columniii. (Citomneris recivno larkil iitati aittention at this excellent family gro- diately ecry. (Call and see felr yourself. or to We had the pleasu re of a visit this No. 2.I mlorning froin lion. Will. A. Strong, Sc,- Iloen retary of Statte, who is hlere to attend of jhlly meeting of the Statle Iliiversity an ...i Agricultural lland Meclhtica: l (College. A TLorImIANA '.i LL li:.t'r. AN AIKA.XN $, Ih loltl--( i lsn t Maturday, htt Live nia, Bletsy, a two year old filly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 August 1880

1, • bl i ng T 8 'Tb the 0nit.tldgie Pllen embers of the oadnl of ofper , of utsna State University aul Agrihultctral and lechanueal College: ui, and ex cdaiseift ate Ulniver sity and Agriculturau and fechanical College, residing in and near the city of Baton Rouge, where the college is now located, beg leave to submit to the citi zens of the State of Louisiana ourso emn and respectful protest again! hasty Mltdlll-advised actioo of six hers of the recently appoiuted iBoard o Supervisors in dismissing, without a sufficient or satisfactory cause or hear ing, the entire faculty, including the President, Col. D. F. Boyd, who hai so long, so indefatigably, so generously and so nobly devoted his time and en orgy to the well-being and best interest of our Alma Mater. We protest 1. Becdtiseo e late antinherent right to do so-a right recognized by the whole civilized world, that right sacred to the alunh i of any college to guard zealously its dcll-inug, and to raise their voiceii3 ls. i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 August 1880

GENERAL w, . S.ANCOC Announces His Declaration of Principles. IIE ENUN L'IATES THE TRUE PRLNCIPLES OF FRIUE GOVERNNMEN'T, FOUJNDED IN LAW AND TIlE CONSENT OF TIlE PEOPLE. The following is Gco. Hancock's letter of acceptance : (oQVRen OR's ISLAND, NEW 'YO)RK CITY July 29, 1880. ( (iENTLE3IEýS-I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your letter of July 13, 1"0, apprising me formally of my nomination to the office of president of the United States by the National Democratic Convention, lately held in Cincinnati. I accept the nomination with gr:ateful appreciation of the confidence reposed in me. The principles enunciated by the convention are those I have cherished in the past, and shall endeavor to main tain in the future. The thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the constitution of the United States, embodying the result of the war for the Union, are inviolable. If called to the presidency, I should deem it my duty to resist with all of my power any attempt to impai...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 August 1880

GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.IL Capt. T. B. Selby of Red River parish has bcen appointed Postmaster at Cou shatta. Late advices from Gen. Grierson states that a band of Apache Indians attempted to cross the Rio Grande from M>Ixico, near Eagle Spring. He engaged thelm with the companies of Noland, Viele antd Finley. Two hours fighting ensued negroes against Indians in which eight Indians and one soldier wore killed. The Indians escaped, but Grierson will follow them with reinforcements. Dr. Tanner is still holding out and feels confident of pulling throngh. Secret watchers say they have not been able to detect any fraud. The best news from Alabama is that the election in that State passed off' quietly, the Democrats winning by fifty thousand nmjority. No Greenbackers or Republicans were elected. The San Francisco Daily Globe says there is no doubt but that California will go largely Democratic at the coming election. Three persons wele bitten by a rabid dog in the Fourth Precinct of New Or ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 August 1880

TRI-WEEHKLY. tr. ... .v. , Fu.lia.... . Th.e Voice of the P.eople is Our only .Master. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1880. ATTORNiEYS. (4 V. I )O'1E , ATiaiutNIy .I" lAIW an1l hril on f 1 ,T4 , ot41ki i nI tak il . r ling, o Irs r ll liil I iululi mil+i lion, r I t 1 all Iotf her +,i 'lcra re'ltlirun;+ 1i1 althration of an Atlornl'y T Ni lotary in II.h pa1il of \VsW i ah lton bug,. lt 1 vRnln I S. I.A NG, AArr uvr ANNIC (.oNS,olI * At Law, lon.,ddmnv,'illt, la. Will prac. tic., in all tll iie outn o thi e Sltatl of Loulliiana. ral l 1 4i . I. )1 )[bJRE I, A7rro'l..r I aol C.ouirlnslr at ,La,.. Othie-No. fi, Pike'i lhow, liaton Roug., La. Will practil1 in the SI"I a4' n1I FlederalfColrts, I IR ON & IEAI. E, l ,+l'rrntas' allnd COI' elr.ltos AT I,tiw. Of)ike on North InulEvardiiil street, llneari thle 1 st oltice, lil non RuIge., La. Will lttend to all hiw husi Ines einlisl,'td to thenm in thit, and aldjoining liarishl.' . A . S. lelrron ..... .............. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 August 1880

OLON JAS''TRMSKI, Editor pnd lulinc!si Mzlnanger. BATON 11OIGJOE, AGlS(II TI' in, 10 I National Democratic Ticket. WINFIELD $.H&AIICC WILLIAM H.ENCLISH FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HIANCO (K, OI P'n nsrylvainan. IFOR Vic:E-i'ICE-i sI, ;N'I', WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF1 INI)IAN.\. FOR CONGRESS. HON. E W. ROBERTSON, Of East flBaton 1ugit, For theo 'ree Convention to beh IhltI ()I. Ith, at BATON ROUGE, ,ugar Plant,,r, ':attr it. lholo.rat. 4i ut hnin Watchmlanl, 'liciana Sentinil, Novw ()rluan. 1)emocrat, (ireensurllal g (lam'ltl, Aite ('itl Tueenopodent, lretin Conti'r, Shtii'vil rt 1 lI Tinmes, North Louinia.int iournal, Mun;;t (ily lRevieow, hBervillo South, Marklnville Inlthllin, LakO ChaJlrles Echo--lotil, i1. THE WRIT OF INJUNCTION. JUlIlIE ,(ISlEkiIl:I I; I DI'.IIH.s T'PHI' ,\ º PUBLIC INSTi'l'TTION It.,'IAN . 'I1 In last Salturday's edition of the Advocate, can be read ian (ditorial I condemning Jutdge Se'lrurne's a:l ion in refusing to grant an ijiuuC'tlo 1 prayed f'o by certain ne...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 August 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. IIo , I litIhr1 are , , ,o1441 d by a l4gion 1 141h.y1'lsic144n t l : ch1 mi,'1 III.is 4. 4n1',' lIn 4)11' limit 'l 4 sitar( 11 (v are 41 diE' I ll Ii, lll(l ( i' lllill I;I(' , I. ll :611, f iI oliMi llir, ,I Iiie'v l ' 'r141 :i i1., NIl.i ..4 Hni n and4 r14 1 loriaN l till 11)1' IlIr.'ll i ' of im ,il;,lin. ;'IlI onll.y 1oii (',1n0141l'H I li14,'is 1'r. II' y1.1 findl any '.ili lh1.1111 ' I 1 ,as , rIortrl , ill!h ,Nmi i in4 ' dial( 'ly oi" (nC. ( \tall l l& (°o., C it. L.li,, No. I;' Jacll'1 lkson 1I I'4'1ir , N'1V4 (l'll1111 I I. lir. Ari' ' lr, 4 1l' 'i411r'.snalive from l'oil, ' ( ',nll.pe l11 11r 1 '4 h 1n411e i il1 a call Ihism 'rnin;. Th,1 lºo'lto hhllnI . lo that in- 1h, It 1: l, h'141, 111, i' ll 4 1 4y i'. I. i,-n I I anI , Il hl . ; I1 l d 1 41' l ,ing 1111'g li w11 11il( 1 1i1'1 , of 111' Ihe(o1 l" 4'"4 ', I'I4 , l. '. I'. I ' i rr di , I '44i4.14t h f t4 '11141' (l!,,1111'l.ll\ - i4 l lh( , S ,lilll4'', ) '.4:49 4,44 11on in, 1li4ll ha4l' Ir I ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 August 1880

A TALE OF NERVE. sV e urat was in Madrid, he was Mti c nmnicate with Junot in $r atb tall the roads to Lisbon swarmed with guerillas, andl with the troops composing Cast'nos army. Mu rat mentioned *his embarrassment to Bart Sikogonoi, the Russian Ambassa dor to Spain. Russia, it is well known, was at that time not only the a'uy but the friend of France. M do Strogonoff to d Murat that it was the casiest thing in the world. "The Russian Admiral Sinivian," said he,"is in the port of Lis boa;:give me the most : itelligent of your Polidi lancers; I w;il 'es m ]t;m up '-t a Russian uniform, and entrust him with dispatches for the admiral-you will give him your instructions verbally, and all will go well, even if lie should be taken prisoner a dozen times between this and Lisbon, for the Insurgent army is so careful not to furnish a pretext for arup ture." Murat was delighted with this ingeni ous scheme. He asked Kraslusl i, the commandaint of the lancers, to find him a brave and intellig...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 August 1880

TRI-WEIELY. . 0r. -1.Uf,,= Q or z, soojAr, or ,OT E PAhEH asD orrOU .  VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST -12, .1880. , ATTORNEYS. , - XV. O()PE, A'rronrxY AT LAW an -J. Notary I'lhlic, Port. Allen, Wnet Bato Roulge, La. Special att ention given to the cot Iection ol atounlts, taking testinony under contn mission, andl to aill other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parisdI of' Wst IlBaton Roultge, apr24 #2i113 iI s. LANG, ATIORNro Y AND COUNSEI.oti i. At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rllOS. B. DUPREE, ArTTOtNE" I and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's RIow, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the state and Federal Courts. I[CRRON & BEALER, SA'TiOtRNEY.s und CouNSELORS AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office,. Haton hIonge, La. Will attend to all law busi nes entrusted to them in this and adjoining, parishes. A. S. llerron.................. L. D. Beal...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 August 1880

OAS'tMS{I, Edito ii B33uitneUGu 18tis c. u ' E OVST 2,18O National Democratic Ticket. P FQ PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of P-nnsylvnania. FOR VICE-PESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of EaLst Iaton Roge. For the Pree Convenution to be held Oct. 4th, at BATON ROUGE, $ugar Planter, Patriot.Democrait, Southernl Watchman, Feliciana Sentinel, New Orleans Ddme Me, Greenaburg Gazette, Amito City Independent, Gretna Courier, Shreveport Daily Times, North Louisiana Journal, Morgan City Review, Ibervillo South, Marksville Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Lafanyette Advertiecr Tota, 15. ' The St. Land,'y )cmuocrat says "Down with an extra session of the Legislature." Still, New Orleans groans for relief. The Hou!t'a. Courier says "the Terrebonne Republicans do not favor Garlfeld very strongly." The Denº ocrats should not be too sure of this, for "while the cat sleeps the rats are moving around." ..... ,  ... .--- Don't,:blame the rooster for brag ging over e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 August 1880

LxOAL MATTFJRs, I'olot li'fN littul etifrti 1 h1th lt dii'l' p1.t vto, l'rverl o.f toll kitutd . I'h Ii lfit tlt, Il of 'it Ifnl , wolghiigt , ifi I'n l, " Iit11M iltmo1l i ý h ,rl'ly lit, I fhtlt1 11,let tit, !, g f's "Ie, 'itec ('tint t. ( 11n i 'iy°" lhis hI'htlµ ftur d1' M, eAntlhnr thin 11hf t ofIN1 ti (1 II"twlti t'. fii' htt t ilt '111 ii tti ly, fill' 1'n.ooo~'m!' !lotdwov~isr, If py ll 11h11 ally I!1!1 t lIInl ,ll, ph'1y I,' 1'tf h I n1 ' tfl'l nl ltnlhly fn ('. ull'u l 1& 1'.,, Mt. Lo| n, io t hoi t ,hn li tll ', lhi gi'n atl a' i ti1' , tt No . ' i'. t'knott fi ' r t,'f, tle Ir ,itriin , I Wt rttu l t t htfti fe etil yt tg ?.fl - fitt LI t& i ll, ` i fi ' r 1,o lil 11 Iot' i teit'ft lot i 1t , 1 Snive'. sto l , NHoldlhe or i 1, ,it..l.,t.,, for u c ' y fi f l itt o flhi uof li ' et t hot, Mr it A il itoi I'lt w r-iIty fitNl' It41tt, iti n ta f tli, .d I , Ito. Aft. .t. i It tf. g llotilr. 1i '1t e u, i'lcet'i yei tiritlu l c 'tpr y ir' tit,' '1Ihlvllh,.Mo.,.Wh...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 August 1880

LETTER FROM NEW ORLEANBS, E I I 0 (cily areuo otlgllId in. itl a auelmushd to tho eo(, ib" p hf,*i hI iTThOu+, to tlo Liont-Governor, poetitioning IIn to re ,ovent' iin extra c 8inOi tIh .1aea Asscllllly witl tlle 1, oott; son ot hol'er pressing matterfs, to ihavo the I s1(oent VrI 4n a u dpd by $ 'top rentattive and an econorninl city gov ertll!loyit, Al conllcenl its applicatiou to 0our 11otlthb thow eollnIJtitltiol IS so lift ilel Iiotor.to lun. Wo are denied all b1tizftl'fornI'1.bstures, ad111 to all ill tell st ant pur'ponses, are tiirced to live undtlo the charter made by Itadionlt and rotaiti i t i .4s o brAvc ,,ganhioN, , nilld ,91fi to- llthe orrlptiol ,ns attachig to that torrible epoclh. •t'7IA'lflIT" lo h itilty, 1111 an implelr' B r 1t , ilo it 1ii iIt d,i provide a ni's cilly g iovernlelntl, or gov .r1i 1 ,ntM,, adl hli thin IlitIer cent ingeni'y IIIn . 'thlis limitattion of $3,:1500 in only op)lrative and binditg upon a chalng in our form' of Il govwulnwint. '1...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 August 1880

TRI.WEE'U Y. S° "" b OF'ICar JOIIAL OF T8LEZ t mw t2--. ooIoZ, .ito. ...to.r VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1880. .. ATTORNEYS. C W. POP'E, Arrocegr Ar LAw and - Notary Public, Port Allen, West aliten tauge, La. Special attentlon glven to the col. leetion of accounts, taking testimony uoder comn uinselin, and to all other matters r~quirnil the attentlio of an Attorney or Notary In the parish of West ]laton Rouge, a1pt"4 vUnl3 "T M. LANG, Arronssy AN) CoUNsesuLO lI. At law, DonaldsunvilIl, La. Will prac. tico in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. r 1HOfl. I3. DUPREEIC Arotwni _ and Connselor at Law. O)rici-No. ti, Pike's Row, Ikatno IRoug, La. Will practice in the Htate and Federal Courts. i IRRON & BaEALE, I1 Anorl.KNF. andCoisCotN$nl ATLa JW. Oflcic on North Ioulevard street, near the post otlice, iaton Ilouge. La. Will attend to all law bu1s1. mtess eltrullted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. l. iHerron ................... I. . lielse. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 August 1880

Proceedings of the Board of SupervisorUs. LAST DAY'S PROCEEDINSG8. The Boa1 of pe rs of the Louis-i lana Stateoini ity d" egrictural and echh iiic Collai t pie$uant to adj rl i ent, 'n }"fay An St 6tpiiun 1280, the following members being proes ent, to-wit: Lieutenant-Governor McEnery, Act ing-Governor and. 6x-officio Presetgnt. Mr. E.'H. Fay, State Superintendient of Public Education; L. Jastremski, Vice Presidentl ap~ Messrs. Pipes, Beaure. flunby, Edwards and Grahaii. The minutes of yesterday were read' and objection being made by Mr. Ed-' wards, that a substitute offered by him for a pending motion was not spread apon the minutes, the Secretary stated that he had been instructed by the Board at a meeting held during the first year of its existence to spread upon the min untes only the results arrived at, and to tmit resolutions, etc., that were lost. That said instructions, though not in lthe form of a resolution, had been con curred in by the Board, and had hith erto regulated ...

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