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

LOCAL MATTERS. Wehsdtl's d cition. ('11h' 'hiter n to 'i t , il t worldiI i tilh Inm.' HIttlI . T'h, w1enthr', .It hinl, h,.as n'ttled Il0,1 II t1, :, lir.,tl tchat )atanoer drl'y 1'll. Imllilt' , r aix ,inip ll I ie, 1 i'aii s. If t' hit :ss Iha.', Ithough ! In h. I' o et'r vnai'un, Mr. liia"ht, 11il TI'ani It li ,mger', lm'IrI i tip ºt. tnl' hate1 1'11w1 :. Iett all p1 rtit.s o"n,. e'H ll 'd u it'ln Sthi's I loI 'tail ,kii nut'e ' gf ll'l nelalr r. Ai ,buff 1al'11 of troll!h, rd m I h sb ovuld inl lillmel, Iif Ipit los i. ,\ ; tul,,g .ii n yt1i '1stl' r ohiy, 1h1 ' fiii' .4 t 0 , t' hor, , blo ngtl. f 4l 4 o1 - Mr. i l{i harfI II. lsrke heal ni . oi i ohhite d :l t,1i t ,a' wl h o:him rnrriinm', br11akimg mft. It. suit.l htA MI b'.,'K, ItIoJ dlin;i jtlrm i Rit . ii'cri',l iut fi,4ot i V( tidk' l oe r thr'ough the North Iunol Wo'et, in c'rolu liy with, his fmtlily. 11r. (iarig hus t:k n i iui:AHilonn to blel lluiteri~s with. pa'I ,rtu re, t th p ha t ill fi otw really toi si ten...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 August 1880

ti lo SLDER BOOTH. I ,ii. i.n Cc+neý Kof'i [its !tircºC lfI vl~cvlº pearlfncu in this Country. oxep Blooth luirinig the ittnt olf Augtst, 1f21, isjtedl º,1t of. the .bi 41nltt startn ill thI WesrtenI tlor lie Illiil,,rr ic Iºorizotoll presented~t itse~lf inl thle Ls~uly In"t"$et of .Matins Brutus ln lluothl--Ihte interr arrivedI at Nortolk, Vii , in it vessa l 4 ioiii ne hi tie( islandc of Madetlira. Why lie carne Frodad Itot Ils 'ni tee) 4 M'us at. tIle titm' andte1 the abltui wolv lie dill, inberaeldod and uintkniown, i ww I 1 11nivc, never l 1eell inffoll~lctled 1 ro .s wIt ted iii nusel I' to Mr. (iil brt, llh. liei- whon men 11114 pittlia wan estintiod h ised totu tnd perform'I ill thatb city·. 1 Illudcrstood he of tht h1ail no lttelr if iilt nlte tgilo i g, tiit th er e tihe 11 rIil1{'e bevit,' lutIt. head Botha Mr.o leoth arol this pern.lilrl' wir of itltrucdlling him-l- tort'S Yuutkees Jbef~,l'c the real Booth Nhtfl unlllld I c ('R) :ar'lrive. TIew Richmond114l un,,utnget', ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 September 1880

'JT .Le Pu~bliahex .BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBER, Iý; 1 ATTORNEYS. ( TV. I'O PE, A INrmY, A'T ,.iw and minsin.u Iul iIn all of her I,n ltetrs requircng the I Nitrnlln iol' an .\tI tornel or Notary in thi pariah of WVest lh;tnu lRonge., apr.Il vi1nl3 .11 . LANG, ArroLKEvr AND CotJNnEloIt l. At law, l )onaldsonv)lle, La,. Will priac tice in all the r'nrls of Ihltll ate, of Louisiana. Sa Cod 'unlnlor at Law. OfIlice--No. I;, Pike's now, alln Roungei. La. Will practice in tbh rlatr 'end ld,'ral e ourts. `IjHIERON & & BEIALE, SAraotn.g.rs all(i Col'st.ons ATLAw. Office en North Iorlevard street., near the post oflict, Batoen Roae, La. WIill atl itd to all law busi nesl entrueJIH d to them in this and adjoining parinl le. A. 8. Htorrou................. D. D7lealo. FA VUOT & L4AMON. A'rrou. Atoe AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street. Baton Rouge. La., Will attend to all law ltsine,.i eutirsted to them in this and ad. loinig parishes. I1. ,1. Iavrot ..........

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

LEON JASTREISKI, Editor s d nBusiness Manager. BATON R UGE, SEPTEMBER 2, 1880, National Democratic Ticket, FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennwylvania. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton RIouge. For the Press Convention to be held Got. 4th, at BATON ROUGE, Sugar Planter, Patriot.lDenmoc'rat, Southern Watchman, Feliciana Kentinel. New Orleans Demoerat, Greensborg Gazette; Amite City lodependent, Gretna Courier. Shreveport Daily Times, North Loulalana Journal, Morgan City Review, Iberville bouth, Markeville Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Lafayette Advertiser, Pointe Coupee Banner, RIichland Beacon, Min. den Democrat, Opelouase Democrat, Donaldson. rille Chief, Morehouse Clarion, St. Bernard argle.-Total, 22. Two jokers capsized their boat pur posely at St. l'aul, and emtjoyed the heroic efforts of a picnic party to res cue them. A Texas man named Galloway re cently died after having Ibeen married thirteen times. He cou...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. unesdan's (idition. 'Th finest tonic inl tfe world is the ifhrnc hitters. A good rain t'e las IInight in this (urn inrulity, which etiei'nally laid the dust av:li I'rellntet.ld tille atmtosplellre cooletr. "''No,''" swhe repl il, tud lushed pret tily as she slipped h'r nmitle.r nines Icack be neath her dress -"-N, I 'do not wear:" so RanIll a: shie ans oies. My size- is luito largee; I wetl' twos. They were at adinner party, antd le- I renmarked that he sruspoe nls e w;n tntd i of etluhology. She said' she was, but 1 was not very well, andt Ihe doctor lihd i; tohitl er not to e-:t anythving l er diesser't butl otratges. 'Several of our ,State e :chaItnges have s.'cnellel otr tnomination! of Harry Hy ;ats aS temporary P1'isidntt of the Press Con'venltionl, a stilicient 1 ll111nter, we think to atuthotrize hint teo issues a call. VWhalt say yon ITtncle llHry r MIr. EdIgatr Muarix, of Plaeenine , and iIr. Henry Dardenne, of NRaphael P. 0., Iberville, parish, called ýit ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 September 1880

A DETEOTIVIE' BSTORY. "rdAi," said theohief, "thlere has been I a rather mysterions robbery at Barrow- I town, and it's likely to give the 'locals' I some trouble. 1o I wish you to go down I as soon as podlible." This order I received one hot day in August,on theday after the robbery had I taken place. Of course I did not lot I Inmuch time pass before I was at the station and fairly started. Once there, I Barrowtown is a quaint, picturesque 5 little town, like many another in goodly I England. It seemed almost too dull to t be able to boast the doubtful honor of l having bhad a full grown robbery. Still, I I liked the quiet little town, for it was t there thsat I gained my first promotion. I was met at the station by the local I inspector, a stout, ponmpous excitable little man, who looked doubtful as to the prudence of the Scotland Yard authorities ill sending down snch an ordinary.looking mortal as myself. "Oh," he remarked at last, "so it's you, yonng man, is it I don't think we ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 September 1880

L ... . .... . . 1,, ._ . ¬. i '-M . - T_. ., l.,. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARIH AND CITY. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1880. ATTORNEYS. i 1 W. POPE, ArroaKE AT LAW and A*. - otaryv I'ahi, P'ort Alle,, Went Baton Itouge, La. 'Special attention gien to the col. tection of accounts, taking teistiniony under com. msiiMon, mid to all other matters requiring the altten.tionl of an Attorney or Notary In the parish of West inaton Rouge. ap1r4 v2nl3 HI 1. LANG, ArrotNatY ND DCOUNxSLO Jt. At Law, Donaldsonville, Ia. Will prac. tice iu all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rlIHOf. B. DUPRE ATrroniay 1 and Connelor at Law. Ofle ih-o. t, Pikte's Rlow, Baton Rougo, La. Will practice In the toto e and Federal Courts. I ERRON & BE ALE, S.AroeuYs and CountuLoiu ATLAW. Office on North Boulevard street, nearithe poat office, Baton R1ouge, La. Will attend to all law buel aneP entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes,. A.. S. Nerron..... ...... . L. D. Beale...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 September 1880

A DETEOTIVE'S STORY. berg non "Tom," said the chief, "there has been won a rather mysterious robbery at Barrow- bet' town, and it's likely to give the 'locals' mos some trouble. So I wish you to go down fort as soon as possible." . tale This order I received one hot day in P August, on the day after the robbery had my taken place. Of course I did not let to muooh time pass before I was at the au l station and fairly started. Once there, gen Sarrowtown is a quaint, picturesque uP little town, like many another in goodly my England. It seemed almost too dull to the be able to boast the doubtful honor of ed i saving had a fall grown robbery. Still, I v I liked the quiet little town, for it was thi there that I gained my first promotion. ' I was met at the station by the local gro inspector, -a stout, pompous excitable the little man, 1ho looked doubtful as to eng the prudence of the Scotland Yard one authorities in sending down such an bog ordinary-looking mortal as myself. a b "Oh," h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 September 1880

1 THE ELDER BOO TH. { Reminiscences of His First Ap. pearance in this CGuntry. During the month of 4ugust, 1821, one of the highest stars in the Western dramatic horizon presentee itself in the person of Junius Brutute Booth-the Booth-who, accompanied by his wife, arrived at Norfolk, Va , in al vessel from the island of Madeira. 1 y he came to the United States at the) time and the way he did, unheralded at d unknown, I have never been informnd. He pre sented himself to Mr. Gilb rt, the Rich mond manager, and said lie wished to perform in that city. I understood he had no letters of introdnction, and there were some doubts whether he was the real Booth or some impud'nt adventu rer, who, having heard t at Mr. Booth contemplated visiting Amecrica, took this peculiar way of int alucing him self, and, if possible, hu bugging the Yankees before the real Iooth should arrive. The Richmond maiager, always ready for some bold and ui usual adven, t ture, arranged with Mr. Bowth for one night ...

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

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Businies Manager. SATON ROUGE, SEPTEMBER 2, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylva nia. FOR VTCE.PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, BON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. Tor the Press Convention to be held Oct. 4th, at BATON ROUGE, Sugar Planter, Patriot-Democrat, Soothern t WVatcbhma, Feliciana Sentinel, New Orleans Democrat, Greensburg Gazette, Amite City Independent, Gretna Courier, Shreveport Daily Times, North Louisiana Journal, Morgan City Review, Iberville South, Marksville Bulletin, I Lake Charles Echo, Lafayette Advertiser, ,Pointe Coupee Banner, Richland Beacon, Min. den Democrat, Opelousas Democrat, Donaldson ville Chief, Morehouse Clarion, St. Bernard I arle -Total, 22. I Two jokers capsized their boat pur- gra posely at St. Paul, and enjoyed the tioi heroic efforts of a picnic party to res- , cue then. WI tioi A Texas man named Galloway re cently died after having been married t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 September 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. uesd t's Odition. The'll fitlist touic in the world is the tlore' Biitters. " 'rihe weather, att last, has settled dowan to a first clanes stnnuer dry spell, qltite favorable to the cropS. It's hot as blazes, though I In the proper rollni u Mr. Delatt, oumr I'arish Ranger, adtvrtsine two ostrayed eows. Let aill parti(o conerned watch this importantt featlro of our palp'r. A good ldeal of tr4,llo u al 'y e ,vowed in tlue', if not losn. A NiMANrI-Onl yesterl:ay, the line' spanll of horses belonglng to Mr. Richard l. BIurke bee~rmne affrighte(d and ran away with his earriage, breaking the tuongiu and harness, Ibeside4n doing .other damnage to tihe vehicle. O()1i of the horses was quite severely injured under the breast, Milt. WILLIAM (IAllitu-We take plt.s urn in noticing the return of this prouli Inent merchnutt tromn an fxtelnded tour through the North and West, in Collltmp ny with his family. Mr. (arig haTs taken occasion to Ilintld nsinaess with pl)eittlr', so thlt ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 September 1880

ODga to the Apple-Cut. t stop, l 'rwenty-live years ago the favorite the hbs social festivity of the autumn months in hintself the Delaware \alley,, was thi "apple-Wh eat." The dried apiple entered largely tion into the store of things laid up for win- wo tor, and, from time out of mind, the , custom of Inviting a party of young persons to come on a certain evening and aid in preparing the fruit bad p , i vailed, among the farmers of the valley. Wia There was one rtile.at the apple-outs beat. which met the warm approval of every Opfot" country bean. The girl who "pared up on and quartered" the smallest quantity of responi apples in a given time was bound to lesseti give a kiss to every swain present. The "Bar old folks used to say this rule was a the hei bad one, because every girl seemed to "Wh strive to see how little she could do. ingly. After the evening tusk was ended , ;Sp came the feast, and after that the agpj fiddler. Then was merriment till the By t small hours, to the liv...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 September 1880

MYSTERY AND ROMANCE. I'ROP. I. S. MCCULLOCII, NOW OF TIE LOUISIaNA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A. & M. COLLEGR. A PRISONER OF STATE IN CASTLE TIHU2DER AFTER TIIE SURRENDER OF THE CONFEDERATE ARMIES. The accompanying narrative, which we have culled from. the Philadelphia Times, relating to the imprisonment of Prof. R. 8. McCulloch, of the Louisiana University, will doubtless prove of great interest to the many friends of that talented gentleman, who, outside of the rare attainments that have won him an enviable reputation in Europe and America, is to have been numbered among the most ardent and devoted supporters of the "Lost Cause." Prof. McCulloch was a member of the faculty of the University of Virginia under the Presidency of our immortal General Robert E. Lee, who held him in such high esteem that he caused the Board of Control of that institution to send the learned professor to Europe that he might there make such re searches as would redound to the bene fit of tile students and ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 September 1880

STATE NEWS. 5' Colshatta Citizen: From our office H d(oor, and within a stone's throw, we can see a dozen journeymen carpenters at work on new buildings. In the upper The part of town the Baptist church and Mr. from Jones' residence have two contractor's "gangs" at work, while another con tractor is pushing things on a new and handsome buildi.ng on south Front W street. Does this look like Coushatta is 1880, falling hehind ? Not much. We have atCO more work going on than any town in th the State, and the improvements are all all substantial. Amite Independent : Mr. B. D. Gnl lett, the inventor of the well known a Gullet.t Gin, has made a donation of sixty acres of land, situated near Amite City, to any six German families who shall choose to locate in that neighbor hood. The tract is to be divided into tracts of ten acres each, and the title to T be perfected after two years occupan*cy. ard Mr. Gullett wants no other people but thees Germans. He will furnish the above stated number ...

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 September 1880

-- TRI-WEEKLY. .. ; __ _ _ __ OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITT. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1880. 1O6N ATTORNEYS. (4 V. ['O() 'I, A.'rrolusir .At LA.tw amt `l. N\ t:rev I'ubleln. P',r Alleh,. \WM rt Ikallr l .ou ~ e l, 1 . o'lnN i:el attl ontim Iie n iIo I he .ol tic.ljio c i r" 1o 1 n lt, tal kiell ,teStilonl l u rnhltlle it r tuu misNie.c, :In e to all lth,,r n1e 1 .t i I4 r leuirntllll hII a!ot I el' iCe ' , it A lnc'y Illr Ne otei' ill thI e plarisli of W1 : i'astun J{,mAn'. apr,':b.I 'nl3 1[ ,. ]lAN-, AT'rOtY ANtCoI N8,LoI L ,t IM w, I),ad nvii!e, la. Will prac. ti4'1e iI a llI rlil'll nIl c, l i of ith .  |in ' .ollisina ra. Srp'Ii O . I I..I II'ICEIE, ATerrlouy A n lO li;onu. l r at L:t, [a:cw. Illen t - -N .. GI. lP H, ;::,w, l:it1,e. , Ioec W. ill praclti(u is the, l1a L O I',h:ltU4N & 1:1Al( i4., IA. t. l ltrr ..... . .. . 1. l l A I, l ;. IA VURn'tT & LA, M N AT ,,%. rrli,.v . orl AT , wu. l ialu- ec mot nr tet lNot I icvard Ia m {ot...

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

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Busincws Manalgter. BATON HOUGE, SEPTEMBIIER 7, 1, I[. National Democratic Ticket. FOR I'PRESIENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvlniit. FOR VICEP.RESIIJENIT. WILLIA HII. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGI,SS, ON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Eat Baton ItRou,. For It( I'reMt Ctnotti Otilon. . Illi Oclt . 4tb, alt BATON ROUGE, Suaitr Plantr, Patrlt t entrocrat, Su.,thtlrt WatIchuman, Fellciana Snliucel, Nwt Orlh;oan Democrtat, Greenlburg uazcetto, Amtite City Independent, Gretna Clrttlri. Shreveport D aily Timee, North Lotislana Jourril, Morgan ('ty Re'tew, Iberville Soulh, Markeville Bulhletin, Lake Charlee Echo, J.af'ayutt, Advt'rtiser, Ponlte Coupoe Blanuor, liichlaud Thl'Mou, Mitn den Dvollwrat. Opoloutaa Democrat, Dtnaldsohn ville Chief. Motrehoea Cltriot, St htoarlrd Enaglo, Alexandria Douoomrnt-Totnl, l. An ieasteri iapelr l redits Johll Io gan with a talented pair of lungs. We sympathise with the editor of the Madison Jotrnill.al in the loss of his little son, W...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 September 1880

S Cie h i l . it.pitolam lTh' li 't,'ot6ooi i1 , in til, wlvor'll it Lh, -; In li . ( l llllt l, U l ir, .I. tj(o'tnhrl nzl, ll iltos ol.lO ' ,.lh titnn, il .ve .ll int, s it' lllIh' hlim i tllh g. l' 11n l l4ol lilI,', .1itu t'l 01 io ' ilth- o illiir of illt cil.y. Atl will 11v hl by rtililhr ' tlo o'otrr alI vp or n 'innis,' 1o . II u11111oo oo 11. I. .( A lor l io. plinmruy mchil4r.t, Mr.". ('. A, A.hlii4h, 8i iIl to' 1i 4t oit orl orI lit I t ormI ( IIIt o l t catro'ralion o(i t o IIi *' I' Itt'1 atliolol, vo'i illtl, ll t h 'gillu 11111 I' o thlll t g i itl tIlll'.I too It'll ool ,r it t lorida, 114to 'oloreoli, 110 th' 2HtIth ol'1. t e i't11t I sli rionnil'y o itti lloIn oir l ill I.-l t o'0tlly lo M rit. I it " ,ig'. t liltv t ii'0 tiI iof I'N11u 'oiojl," whu h trh li1st t oll'inrol oi i4 our im0010 oifl itl, Sltmotltry. 'I'honm, who, hi lit I oii 1k'1' vol 'ixso Il t'l i ' l" l4 t lo i ii lrl*ubtt el''N lilt h ie vari y Moro. Alexinelrila 1)oonortoio .: 1t Iitlo4 late 1111...

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

BENJBDllJT ARNOLD AT SARATOOA New York Herald. SistwrvurO y which boa engaged the SAtu®c' Atljeri ' hst orlants and antinl i 1i above a century, has just been de'inltly settled by the production of aIn abundance of nnpublishbd tetttlhUony.. It is well known to all studentl of Americhan history, andl is now scarcely. nOftIteid by any writer, that Benedict Arnold was the real hero of the princi pal battle of Saratoga, fought on Ooto. her 7, 1777, which determined the slir- t render of nurgoyne, and was, in fact, e the Gettysburg of the revolutionary war. t it is also adlllittod that the laurels of Arnolh aroused the intense jealousy ofl f the nominal conlnander-illn-chief tf tlhalt , caupaign, Gon. Horatio Gates, a T'hs3'y, vain ofticer of the dress-parade vr;oety, and led to deliberate eflbrts to obsIurI) or ignore the inlportIanc of Arnold's immense services. A cabatl was formelld, direopted not only againstt Arnmohl, but against Sclluylor its well, and with the ultimate object of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 September 1880

w.. ,. , - OFICILu JOUNAL TC P. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1880. ATTORlNEYS. C' W. P'O( 'EI, Ah mtrx A'r LAw nIM C,. Net .ey l'ubli, l*oelt Allen, Wtet. ilaton lteei., Lee. p.rh|elI I teelnion given to thie reel. loll ihol el" 0r'eII tee14, taekint tesliellOnl y rIedeler :conll Oiriii, and to all othler inatters rtniiriug tIee athtetin ief aen Altorney elo Notary int lthe pIralth o' West I;tmei Rouge. alpr:24 vnl33 1 4.t, IAN(4, A'rmNeY ANI OU(: Naot,oln 1. At Law, I)nildhlmnivill e, Ia. Will pra-r. tic. iu all the eullrtes t o11 t l State of I,oeinlian. rgig [ W. U. U)t!. IREE1t, ArtoiNvy 1. aed Im(onlelor atI . La. IHNl- No. 6, PIkee'e ltow, Iltln ltlrgeo, La. Will practtce in the Htlltlie and Fedeleral Cotertet. IrIN RON Uhl ALE, J Al A'I'Iou'N and Cou la ATr LAw. OtJeo on North Iollovard ºtre t,l neatr tile pot office, tion Reouge, l a. Will telnd IA all law buat-. nefls enltrlteed to thelnm i thin andl arkUolning A. S. Herron.......... ...........

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 September 1880

LEON JASTREM8KI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, SEPTEMBER 9, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. For the Press Convention to be bold Oct. 10, at BATON ROUGE, 8tuj.r Planter, Patriot-Democrat, Southern Watchman, Felioiana Sentinel, Now Orlnans i)nmocrat, Greenaburg Gazette, Amite City tldopendent, Grotna Courier, Shreveport Daily Times, North Lodeiiana Journal, Morgan City Review, Ibervile South, Markeville Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Lafayette Advertiser, Pointe Coupeo Banner, l;iohland Beacon, Miulm den Democrat. Qpelousas Demonrat, Donaldson villo Chief. Morehouse Clarion, St Bornard Eagle, Alexandria Democrat, Opelousas Cour. ler-Total, 25. Find a man in the country who isn't ready to back any of his asser tions with a bet, and you'll find he isn't an American. When it is written D. D. it stands for doctor of divinit...

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