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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 September 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. It# ('IL) I )IAi''L 1'4' Coa~Mli4.vA'rgvtr Pniwo(4n 'Ih', lIpral I"tcecutivrnnn1 , 'o aci)4'4 I).Iton 'Kong., Sept.~t 9, In'U). not I9 ,11 t.4) lo t4a4141 a 4444tigli (itheir Ithlrcu in, .II cit olf10440 I4 Il1.gel, cti Saturday, thu I44th A pit,))i 441,I 4 44'clt~p4431' i,4 rjwj)4papi~d. )t' i-di'r 0' M. CIIA M li1EltS, Psident41144.. t'.!;. 1(.tMUA)34.4'44, S'ev'~tury. 11011114' I311 14'1:4. '1'1%4 44 $ 31441"'drys11.4 4.3'4 :ilv'i'l 441 i4 Ito dayi's'4 lilfl't). I/4 la iiri'iui gotilitI'Iliel 111 441 you 11 1:y 1' i:4V4r 5(1444414 o your l144t I;:.1(1. 1Vli i au) I'c.'ii14; s 11:154 1p4'434 31+u PJ~ll. tl4 14,1' rlciiig :c1º fhr1l·ty of thinl: lursl, ill a('-l( C0111 :1u4'r Wi't 1 II'31.4U 1 Ii"\ 4'4jP1'.134'4fI tHu 41 343)'' , vI.Ig I liii' J4'441'31444 414 41 iltflu' I)p Iti'.;4'113; 4,4 11443nn! 143 lj4 'le s.. rlda of ' raiy ii ;'tlfhi', 4. sitronig Noil Ii SpruIll". lop, wvlie lit 4'4P1ir4 k(1 to tIii to 414 3. TheiI' ('4 jtnt4 ' ll4was 111411, wll W3111,14rl'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 September 1880

HER FIRST VATENTINE. I 14 It. ilo lwas i' the lil of i lly4widowe auaoIuto ft'ilmg ill la-alt:i, ltoad l11(44)11 uo1nIpIlutI I-1 taike her IVII inI crle'y wittyltr. Ii.oi'o ,Ilrtt~i \""'kk ,;ul pasulnld, 4ll!Rth vinitelll Its, (anI I hInulalao 1i1t oa I. FI"or nIuny Iit y'l'aI4 I l(hti It haad HIrl rnggI witIh thlel. it 1home104 tlhal w1on, ill '411144 Il4ecpIMct, Coll g",otlilt. I W1114 culledu totoo nunne~lry44' goy c\.l'lso of I ii clilll'tll, Clio Ilotbtlll'lLss twill datuglaltoa' of l'l'. Molville,.till tail- a 111011 ltwyu'e, '1lived a lol lIit MlIIpeI'I yIiII nearll thei iaieta'opolit. The1'nt uia'ery w its it gI'a14l room', withb costly flurnlituaro andt d -ut tVilt wilndow, nrchatl at thle 1411), atiad ill aIlaoaia h ton 1 ,, ep al., in wiclhl hlao calbinretll I wwil uysell' 18 ' laitlly i1t,, aaotlcinig tia 1)1111 til'n~ll gulden and gI(( orgeous 11111(1- It nI:º,Iuij. 'I'lt'h'er ivaat l(tI( lS IllllI(okOI)1tkt41 in ht 11111 114iiocii, whio Illovel Kiinleil KoI hall 10 la ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 September 1880

TRIXWEEELY. ff; 1. A. ZettETTR, Aub eher. i; bw .. T lirah :, r r.r. OFFICIA L JOU R N A L O F TH E P A R ISH A N D CITY . ',r S o 0 o VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1880. ri. ATTORNEYS. C W. POPE, ATro0NrY AT LAW and "-/ Notay Public, Port Allen, West Jaton ;Ronge, La. Sptwial attention gi'. en to the col. Iertlon of accounts, taking testimony ninder corn. mninsion, and to all other matters requiring the afttention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge'. apt2 v 2nu13 H M. LANG, ArronEar AND CovUNsE.o . At Law, Donaldsonvllle, La. Will prac. tlie in all the courts of the e State of Louisilana. 'IHOM. . . DUIREIE, ArrtRNSY I and Counselor at Law. (fttfeH-No. ii, Plke'n How, ltaton Rouge, La. Will practlce in the .State and Federal Courts. TIERRON & REALE, A'rrTOuLxY s and COuSNMi.oUs AT LAw. Oll1cc on North Boulevard street, near the post office, liaton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law uist. aosn entrusted to themr In this and adn.j...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 September 1880

BENEDIOT ARNOLD AT SARATOGA New York Herald. A controversy which has engaged the pens of American historians and annal ists for above a century, has just been delinitely settled by the production of an abundance of unpublished testimony. It is well known to all students of American history, and is now scarcely contested by any writer, that Benedict Arnold was the real hero of the princi pal battle of Saratoga, fought ou Octo ber 7, 1777, which determined the sur render of Burgoyne, and was, in fact, the Gettysburg of the revolutionary It is also admlitted that the laurels of Arnold aroused the intense jealousy of the nominal commander-in-chief of that cmnhpaign, Gen. Horatio Gatos, a fussy, vain officer of the dress-parade variety, and 11-d to deliberate efforts to obscure or ignore the importance of Arnold's imirnse services. A cabal was formed, drec;ct.d not only against Armold, but a~aiust Schuyler as well, and with the nltimnate ol!ject of overthrowing Wash i:gton himself. wiho ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 September 1880

NEILSO1'S LAST HOURS. TWELVE lOUVJ OiF MORTAL AGONY. (Paris Figaro, Augubt 17.) On Saturday, according to her habit, Miss Neilson went to the Bois. She had with her her two attendants and a neighbor in the h,,tel, Mr. Collington, who lived in No. 167. She was entirely dressed in white, and wore a straw hat trimmed with lace. She stopped for a moment at the dairy of the Pro Catelan where she took a cup of milk. It was the cold milk which made her sick. As hw have said in our C'o,,., that de lightfnl drink is sometimes very dau gerous, especially in summer. However that may be, at the end of a few min utes the young lady was in a state of suffering. She ordered her coachman to stop, and descended at the Nouveau Chalet do 1 ond-Royal. She entered and asked for a parlor to rest in. They gave her one on the first tioor, furnished with a sofa, a side-table and a dining-table. -he stretched herself upon the sofa, where her attendants arranged the pil lows under her head. She then asked for...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 September 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, SEPT. 11, 1880. 1lational Democratic Ticket. FOIR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvanlia. FOR. VTCE.PRESII)ENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRItS. HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. For the Prese Convention to be held Oct. 10, at BATON ROUGE, Sugar Planter, Patriot.Democrat, Southern 'Watchman, Feliciana Sentinel, New Orleans )Democrat, Oreensbnrg Garette, Amlte City Independent, Gretna Courier. Shreveport Daily Timos, North Louisiana Journal, Morgan City Review, Iborville South, Marksviile Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Lafayette Advertiser, Pointe Coupee Banner, Richland Beacon, Mitn den Democrat, Opelousas )Demoorat, Donaldson. will, Chief, Morehouseo Clarion, St. Beruard Eagle, Alexandria Democrat, Opelouesa Cour. der-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 hle isn't an American. VWhen it is written D. 1). it stands for doctor of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 September 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. * -- ------------ .- - ..... !~--------,-- · ·-~ Itools 1)10toclAt'l*.(Co.QNIIIk vaTiv PAfIlsH) Central lxzecntivi4 Comlmittee, liaton ltouge, Sept. 9, leO0. t The members of the Comr'ittei are hersby notifed to attelnd A meeting a, their Rooms in the city of Baton Range, on 8aturday, the leth day of September, IO1U. A ptunctuial attendance Il rer eated. Ily order of IM. CIIA MB ItS, Presidont. W. G1. RANIºOLi.4, Secretar . Suesdaa's d tion. The Ilineºt tonic iin the: world in the Ilomre Bitters. Mr, .1. Combiouznn, in another column, advertiecs for sale his line garden and property, 5ituat~d on tho' outskirts of the city. An will be seen by ref'rijrnee to an ial vertisonmnt, that. splendid teacher of primary scholars, Mrs. C. A. Aldrich, opentl her school this morning. Sheriff hates reports tho' arrest and in carceration of one Henry IHartilehl, eol ored, chalrged with enttitig with intent to kill onte Sanm Florida, also colored, on the 28th tilt. We ulninten'tionall...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 September 1880

A REMARKABLE CRIME. Walter Kidderminster, who disappea red so strangely more than two centuries ago, and, after the lapse of eight years, was proved to have been murderdd, had been laud-steward to several gentlemen in Cambridgeshire, England, and had saved a considerable sum of money. In 17fA he set out for Loydon, whither he had prbviously sent his wife; and, a0 cording to the custom of the per iod, he traveled on horse, sleeping at night at inns on the road. Hfe never reached London, and he was never again been by any one who knew him. Various rumors concerning hitn floated about for some time after his disappear ance. It was at first said that he had gone to Amsterdam, and his wife sent to that city to make: inquiries for him, but ascertained that he had not been there. Some time afterward she beard that he was at Cork, and caused diligent inquiries to be made, n .t only in the city and county of Cork, but throughout the province of Muanster, but without learn ing any tidings of ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 September 1880

THERE'S HOPE FOR OLD ('1110 YET. 'I'he I' vojl'O of the Buckeye Stark A a, iit at all blind with locHI ).rlde And t here are t hoe who know how great The crime about whirh Garfield lied. A ud they have raieOd a $nCeoek pole, Anil1 oi its top a ro 'tet' xtt. At (;atfiehld' home. 'T'his cheers the "oui 'I'tI rle's hope for 014 Ohio. yet. l1'owbate'er party one belong4 'I'be honeat heart Pan not o'irlook A ife all statIned with shamernltat wrong. 1111 k~l ye will help to bring It ilook The man who boldly flaunts his ehamc, " Arnd whlom the biggest roguer abe't Trule men abhor Jim Garfield's name! Thenr' hope fur old Ohio, e;y, What 'ayest thou, Deacon Rich !'l1 Sii:hl: Whil~t dust thou think, 0 She'rmI, 1t'ii, Are (iartdeld's srrors bat a myth. I r is it awful truth thlt's tole' lkiiIl yollur fair State's lerlrllld 50)4. And +": thb. tideh against tlilw'a.f, A ull I:ow lhe bath hinself undolne: 'I'uere a hope tor Old Ohio, yet 1 'HER FIRST VATENTINEF. 1 It: 7IN-' te :' had I 111 fit 'M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 September 1880

(OFFICIAL) OITY COUltOIL PROOEEDINGS MIAY(l;'s OFFICE, CITY OF BATON ROUGE Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1880. Regular meeting of Council. Present--Hon. L. Jastremski, Mayor, and Messrs. W\ieck, Grady, Gimler, Burke, Duggan and McCabe. The minutes of last meeting were read antd approved. The following bills were examined and allowed: O. Arbour & Bro ............... $3 85 M. Lange, Administrator........ 52 00 P. Farre ....................... 6 00 0. D. Waddill, July and August. 43 35 Paul Daigre, acc't Board Health. 2 50 Marshal Davis, " " - 50 L. Jadot, ,, . 25 50 N. Bryan ................... 41 65 A. Sanchez............................ 73 90 Rachel Hall............... :2 85 Capitolian............. ....... 7 50 Josh. Beal................... 2 00 J. D. Fisher.................. 21 00 W. Garig...............- ....--- 7 50 Mrs. Kleinpeter .............. 95 Total................$354 05 AUtDITOR'S REPORT. G (xTuE. I --During the month of August, I issued warrants as follows: For streets and land...

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

an a~t~iTHIWEEKiLY. T..ý./ Lc.*IJ ýThixsr OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY. #.... ,rrr :.+ j.- .+;+ - - ." _- ,-- - -_ _._._._, VOL . .BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1880. u + .,+, - U , . --.m _ [lu .. .. . Z .. . ..: , . . .,.+: '..! +,.+':.. ATTOINEiYS. I %V. 1'()lIll', ,li.\ r 1i41r 1 , Laiw anl "I NilI ari t I'InhI hk, I 'p rl llnll, W1 ist cliIllltI Ilulg. Ii. 't isbvi: ;t b lltin t ,_ivt' In t|he nlt hcl ine rl''r nt s, ifa in tlwltilllog n IIO l rllln of Wi st. l I; 1,,to Ilo,, 1apr4' v2uc3 1 I S. 1. N ( .. r T( . ,rr I ,til .Y tI. D("lut'N. l , ,olt J1 . A,1t I,:s. II unilc'in . . W ll pw r t'.ll t..I ti,,, ino 11 il u. IIt. t(ets of lh iiit .' o I ,,opisi,, ',. rIIl- 4. II. iI'I LI:EE, A'ITriNIr I al Itili . Ir ai Ls.;, (ilihr--Nn. Ii, PIke"a A.m,, I.:ln I;Conr , La io ill prclp to iI IIb $t;,tn :HilJ 'd,, ra l Coul l rts. J L A T'I I'~1NI'.'Y llA | O I;Ntko AT l,.w. (tli flirn on Norlh Itplmlevard tlrnet, hoin thnp tlsl, oflirn. l lout...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 September 1880

LEON J&STIEM1K8I, 1Cditor and ufluein.ns Manager. BATON ROUOE, SEPT. 14, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FORl I'IESIDKNT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pfennoylvania. FOIL VICE.r'ItI"I)DENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOll CONOILILSS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Eat Jto Rl oige. For the Pre.. Convention to bI hewl Oct. n1, at BATON ROUGE, Hnfr P'lantor, Patrlot.ilnmocrat, Houtalhern WVatchhman, Yeliciana Slntlnl, Now Orhminn Denlocrat, Oreenbur),, (,nzotto, Amita' City Independent, (rtnaa Courier Shrevepurt Daily Times, Nerth Loulsiana Journal, Morllg City tetlew, berville South, Markeville Bulletin, Lake Charles lobo, Lafayette AIdvertlner, Potate Coupeo Banner, Ituhbland lBeacon, Min. den D)emocrat. Opelmneau l)emonrat, l)uonalleon ville Chief. Morohouen Clarion, t Berunard oagle, Alexandria Deam:lnrt, Opelonena Conr ter, l|vlnintolai', Ponchaltolna Gazette, HMaine Index-Total, Mt. BHOOMI I)KMMOCfATIt'CoQ ItNKtr," raI'I VAImIsI! Coentral ,rnelutIvs (Cmulinithº,. ItHItu ]toul+, Hp...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 September 1880

r Ecij. utchiI9 qpitoliai LOCAL MATTERS. 'iThF lih't tonlic In the world in the Home l itters. (',tt,,n, ie lcginlingl o conlte i, clite livi .ly, tfl' t ilh' se'nsoii. T1I,' .ecgar cirop of' linlliti lstint, vitrI' Ilio'inillte'dl to '11,74ft,il2 poundsli, vaIleldI iiat :' , ll.ftH,51. 'I' lirl't. bIrlll'lcl of Inioltlcc'n'e of thi 3(111's crop lvero bruigIht to town by Mr. A. llnrris. I"1 Cry lit tlI, iei'1 wind' that enl i !Ol 's iilol9ng, Mol111. illlu ins i reldy to NHW'IIr that h, I' qu(ioi 'tinl stornt hllss Iegnn. W1e' re nrtn I lnnks Ito our .yunll fr'iel, tI,. 'I'. 1W. ('hiinl, o'f $1Ma1 Il"'llrc:ie'o, for late ('lliflrniat i pal'r, itloncg thltn the WaIn,an ilhl.ntrntcld humnorous PIpl'r that lseenlk wee llI lfor the ahility .nml eiiter prie' of the pnhlishers. I'n i; I'ul{EsM Ce NVI TIoN--()Our conl fretre, thllroighiot ti., tNate' will plas,e hero' in mindc that the' C(oventiion will ninmothle in this city, nultllr I'Pr*'ellent flymne' canll, On the se'r'onel Monl.ay ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 September 1880

t ,t. tlA a lPrt e rt : Anbnrln CorrneA sllent Sisase Coirie(r. ,'F~,%tq)il - lrFo re ilinotlamongl is not a little amusing, as well as inter estiig, to note the severity with which the'lines are drawn in the Anllbrn prisbu. Forgers, bond robbers, bank brg "false pretense mCen,1' and an e tion:ad lclasslpf m urdelrut form tho"' ten.." 1tiý h breailis, bigbhwiyen tl d4>d th liked ade rated n'ext, whilf nuien coti-i vieted of rape and other deplvyed crimes must walk in the lower cirtles. A "high-toned" convict would not deign to converse with a meaner prisoner, much ,less to associate with lii'n. In the work shop andti mess room, at the "riti ces and going to and from the cellns,4ie difference in station may be observed. The aristocrat hpldý t, hi h head in the conusionsneaM 6f' h'is snremacy, while lowly one shuffles along in a dejected manner. The aristoUrate, strange as it may seem, are not disiked by the hutm bler Iriglleor , tii.the 'eputrnry, are respected. I'Etaps the mos...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 September 1880

tXT. A.. L9So , Q.R ,ublis er. -....~~·. ". ',?, Till-WEEKLY.e~ Saito:=- 1OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1880. .';n r' i .4 ATTORNEYS. (t 'V. 1'O1'1E, Arrolu..y Ar LAw and N* t Nirv Puhlw, Port Allen, Weat Baton Roug'e, Irt. Slpei n llatteltion given to the aol Icltion of ;'ounllllt.s talkillg testimony tinder corn. nmisiol, and to ill other matte r reliohnlg tihe attenltionl of alin Attorney or Notary in the parish ol' West IBaton Rouge. apr24 v2n13 I t.. LANG(, ATTOthc"EY ANDCOUNaSEIOR *. At Law, I)Donaldaunvill., La. Will prac tice in all the courts of tie State of Louieiana. r l()-o . 11. DUII'IEE, A'TroHNrv 1 11ti Cousllelor at Law. Ollicn--No. Ii, Pike's Row, BIlt'4on Rounge, La. Will practice in the Stat alld F'IderafCourts. SliURRON & BEALE, IL A't"oIaNEYa and Cot;NSE)IIti AT LAW. Office on North IHilovard street, n0ear the lpot office, Baton RIouge, Ill. Will attend to all law bust Ineasn etrutIi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 September 1880

i nri-fi chly Qapitoliarr LEON JASTREM8KI, EIditor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, SEPT. 16, 1880. National Demociratic 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 held Oct. 10, at BATON ROUGE, Hugar Planter, Patriot.)Demoa:mt, Southern Vnatchman, Felloiana Sentinel, New Orleans Demharat, Grecnsburg Gazette, Amite City Independent, Gretna Courier, Shreveport Daily Tiones, North Louisiana Journal, Morgan City Review, Iberville South, Markevllle Bulletin, Lake Lharles Echo, Lafayette Advertiser, Poinie Coupee Banner, Richland Beacon, Mln. den Democrat. Opelousas Democrat, Donaldsonu ville Chief. Morehouse Clarlon, St. Bernard Eagle, Alexandria Democrat, Opelousas Cour. ter, Livingstonian, Ponchatoula Gazette, Sablne Index--Totnl, 28. Rooms DKEouuATIC 4oNKlkVA'rIIV PAmHBH1 Centran Executive Cowuuuittee, Jntonu Rnjiong, 8'juf. 11, W80...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 September 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. I 'nI vol's I,,:kl'I' 4do mto 41401311 to clubt 1 r111111 11131 tit- f(iiiit of their iiid lintry. Weo c4tiun-1 tIhunks to our' tilrlIIelI' youniig It" i 1+1111, Ale.x. (i. Vity, tilt' loth 51i14 144131i p.Iplht1. N'( nliillI Ieturn tlallnk y.v t ur obliging lrilig1l, .Mr. .14114. (C. l"Iv o y43, f thel Ne I 311.:in14 Ti 111131. Aii 411IIo44 11111 11) llggq t-.II I'4'11t34 wa1y' I1111ael-,11 1 hut tlg l milk into fii Iii 113311, 111111 1143 iv llm it 4 ii 133'144 33lIt 11 1' 4133II. apptlildI fl. 1A11111 ll i II) 414111 ric 1,)f lll01'0-- 11 f our Ip ' zeni-4Ia I.PiIl;IM 3lI the 14413 of thir C4ticllllo oIl'iZe'I o13t'3 lnli ha, 14 1114 adn rol4 gi)nl1il and'r itl'14. IIll 11134 j I:31114 11141 ay il flillg c 11,11 f411' 11143 fl~l, h3' Is ,3111111 h iiiiri iptipI14441to4011l up' In 1,1104 33'4.''k, ·iliI .1113 141'ri111143' 43 I~ Illt i'l i' I th I 0 l.I C 'I'1114,'C 3 io n iii ther 11(1 l ,14 . 113 rn13 3 11k 1131 1li(il i ve g we3-ll. I .h'l~ iitiiI.ie 13 Wer liii ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 September 1880

HENDRICKS. 'TI(E OLD (|H)VIiNORll In All)l'MEI--A A MPICICII THAT WILl. CIItATE A PIOVOI'NIO NKNN8A'(iOY. lperiall to luhinnahtll Emlllgh'fr. INlIANrI'OL$,, Ifled, Sept. p.--Those I of his polltlical opploneiits who wereis be, ginning to regardi lt'. lletricks i dead filct or ill politiI wer'o almlllt tIlorough ly ldiallmled of llt a, ildea to-night. 'T'o-day's Journal tsli toritlly reviewed Mr., lHeodrickn' sl'ech 'lI t Mltrion, par ticllarly that part anrrligning (lensral (IlrtleId for his conlnectioll with the lolliniiilll settlenellnt of the Electoral lquition, regarding which the Jolurnal mnid that if Mr. tHendrickn' charge, wverte true Mr. Garfield wits i digraccedl san, but if not, Mr. IHendricks stood in that light. It ihded lthat Mr. Ilentdrick haul oflered no proof, and his charge is not. allported by any evidencle worthy of belief. Thrl direct slur ntirred Mr, Hen dricks profounldly, and his ildignation took the earliest time for expression. llder previous arranllgellmen...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 September 1880

. a z OFFICIAL JOURNE OF THE PARIS AND UfTY. VL. 2 BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1880. 1l VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTE·MBER 18, 1880" ATTORNEYS. (I W. POPE, Arro.xj:Y AT L.%w and }*J l Nota'ry Public, Port Allnl:, We't Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the coi lertlon olt amcounts. taking te~ tiInynlv uidce.'r t'er tnision, and to all other nttetls re'lIllul'lg the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of W et Baton Rouge. all-24 rv^n3 __ __---@-- --- T S. LANG, A1TOriINEl AND COUNSELOR I.* ALt aIW, I)onaldlouil e, La. Will prIac tice in all the courts of the Stal e of Louisiana. rIlHO'. 13. DUPRI E A'nOHNET 1 and Conuselor at Law. Otl(e-No. I, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge . La Will practice in the State and Federal Conrts. HAERRON & 1 EAL, E, 1.1 ATOR.NEYS ant COUNl.OI8 AT LA\. (ttice .on North IBollevard street, near the post, ottce, Baton :ouge, La. Will atte t :o all law busi ness entrusted to them in thit and ade,;oinig ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 September 1880

ARNOLD'S ACQUITTAL. ,WHAT MR. VOORHEES THINKS OF THEf VERDICT IN THE CASE. rI WAS A JUST #PD PROPER ONE-R3AS ONARLI DOtUS OF THE. DEPEND ANT'S GUILU.-ON oF THE SIA- t TOR'S REMARKABLE RE- P MINISCENC.S. CIS:INNATI, Sept. 4.-A correspondent o0 of the Commercial writes as follows: In B riding to Lexington the other day, in pi company with Senator Voorhees, I ven- ie tured to ask him how he regarded the verdict in the Arnold-Little trial at" Wicholasville, when he represented the fg defendant, Arnold, and undoubtedly , secured his acquittal. He replied: E "Well, it was the right and proper one. at I had very grave doubts about it until uI it was announced, the feeling was so di intense against my client. It appeared e to be as consumingas a prairie fire. But so the jury was an admirable one-men of w sense and courage. No outside influ- as once could affect them in the least. I vi was fearful of the effect of Ike Arnold's th insane behavior in attempting to shoot pr the Commonwealth's a...

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