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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 September 1880

HENDRICKS. rile ol., 0OOVERINORt IS AItOUEI)D-A SPEECHI TIIAT WILL CREIATK A I'PROFOI'ND SIENSATION, Splnial to Cincinnati Enquirer. [NDIANAI'OrLIs, Ind., 8ejit. 6.-Those of his political opponents who were be ginning to regard Mr. Hendricks a dead factor in politics were almost thorough ly disabused of that idea to-night. To-day's Journal editorially reviewed Mr. Hendricks' speech at Iarion, par ticularly that part arraig iing General G(arfield for his connection with the Louisiana settlement of the Electoral quCtion, regarding which the Journal said that if Mr. Hendricks' charges were true Mr. Garfield was a di graced Iman, but if not, Mr. Hendricks ttood in that light. It added that Mr. Hcndricks shul ofl'l,red no proof, and his cdharge is not supported by any eviden 'o worthy of belief. This direct slur qtiirred Mr. Ilen clricks irofoimndly, and hit indignartion took the carlia'st time for tclpression. Sndltr previous arrangements John W. A. Nhaw, colored, and ;editor of the Suf...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 September 1880

IIOhN JAS'rREMSKI, Eklitor and HuJninhr s Manager. BATON ROUGE, SEPT, 1t, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FO1 PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Pennwylvania. FOUt VICE(.PlEdlDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA, FUR CONGRIS8, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Ja tol Rouge. For the Press Convention to behold Oct. 10, at BATON ROUGE, $ungar Planter, P'atriot.Doumocrat, Southorn Watchman, Feliolana 84nptinol, Now Orane I )emocrat, Greenaburg Gazette, Amite City Independcnt, Gretna Courier, Shrevoport Daily Timeo, North LouaIlana Journal, Morgan City bteview, iborvillo South, Marksville Bulletin, L.ake Charles Echo, Lafayette Advortisor, ?Pointe Coupee Banner, Richlandl Beacon, Min. deo Democrat, Opelousas I)omocrat, l)Doaldaon. wile Chief, Morehlous Clarion, St. BIornarl Xaglo, Alexanilria lemocrat, Opelousao Cour. Ier, Livingstonlai', Ponchatoula (;azutto, aino Index-Total, 'it. Io'jae Zlt t oeitAT.oNrcONXkV'ATIVR PAMIpIl P 1, CGotral Eecutive Commilttee,' lBaton Rouge, & pt. 9, 1970, '...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 September 1880

Sri. edil apitolion LOCAL MATTERS. Sugsda 's di ion. Cotton is beginning to cdmo in quite lively, for the scason. Thoe 'atriot-Domocrat niays a good piano tuner can tind consitterable work at Clinton. j The sugar crop of Louisiena last year amouunted to 211,740,06'2 p1unds, valued at $16,409,6,M. The first barrels of mol~isees of this year's crop were brought to towni by Mr. A. BIurris. Every little puff of win that comes along, some one is ready to swear that the Equinoctial storm has sgun. We return thanks to our ound friend, Mr. T. W. Chiuu, of 8aln I rancisco, for late Califoffia papers, amo g themn the Wasp,an illustrate'd huinortus paper that upeaks well for the ability and enter prite of the publishers.. Tir.I: I'iuse C'oNVFt'I'I(N-Our con frcrec throughout the State will please bear in mind that the Conuvention will sslemble in this city, under P'resident -iyars' call, on the secontil Monday of October and not the tirst,j as sounlt ap. pear to unlpose. Another cool wave rodl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 September 1880

CURIOBITIES OF COINVIOT LIFE, 'Ms SOCIAL DISTINCTIONS AND OTHER RE \MARKABLE FIIATURES. Aaburn Coreapondet 3 us Cou'er. Social relations are as distinct among criminals as among honest men, and it is not a little amusing, as well as inter esting, to note the severity with which thelines are draig it~th.4ubtuf prison Forgers, bond robbers, bank burglars, "f'lse pretense men," and an excep tionl class of murderers form the "upper ten." Housebreakers, higl~h iyen the like are rated next, while men con vieted of rape and other depraved crimes must walk in the lower circles. A "high-toned" convict would not deign to converse with a meaner prisoner, much less to associate with him. In the work shop and mess room, at the servi ces and going to and from thecells, this difference in station may be observed. The aristocrat holds up his head in the consciousness of his supremacy, while lowly one sluftiles alofing 1, ;, c manner. The aristocrats, $tcau~ e as it may seen4 are not dislikedli" ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 September 1880

OLD S03GS. gig BY E. I. KIDD. bI Where are the songs we used to hear, an Songs of the olden time ! Mi I miss their witching melody, wI Their smooth and simple ryme. W, I miss them by the festive board And in the mirthful hall, th I miss them in the morning's light da And when the shadows fall. I miss them by the fireside's glow Where children, gathered round, Watched eagerly their mother's lips he And drank in every sound. I miss them in God'sholy place; ru The organ and the choir Have banished them, forever quenched W' Their soft, celestial fire. ar They linger over the fields That are with fires strewn, w! Or by forgotten paths that now With weeds are overgrown. yo They bang around the harp whose strings pc All broken, mouldering lie, an Andlutes untuned and faded hands Tell of their melody. dr Their sweet resounding echoes haunt toi Around deserted walls, And long forgotten strains lie dead ha In long forgotten halls. The winds still chant their old time tunes, s5 The birds their...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 September 1880

STATE HEWS. t f Saline Index : Onr agricultnral friends f come in now-a-days and squeeze the t merchants for close bargains and give ( as their reasons that they are disap- a pointed by one-half in the estimation of t their cotton crop. a St. Tammany Farmer: ILast Wednes day evening, the bank of the Bogue e Falia, where it peacefully flows by our usually quiet village, was the scene of a 1l battle such as was never before heard of t in this neck of the woods. Six colored 0 "'ladies" declared war, on general ,rin- 0 ciples, and pitched into each other in a 1 miscellaneous way, and with tongnes, b fists, finger nails and feet scattered hair P and blood in all directions. One soli tary man approached as close to the a battletfield as was satfe, saw his sister in ft the thickest of it and yelled to her to go ii in and maintain the honor of the f:nlily ri and he would stand by her. She did go Ii in, rnoder this inspiration from her hero n brother, and the battle raged with new if lury. M...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 September 1880

TRI-WEEKLY.r . ui. , r~an. r OFFICIAL roURNAL OF TaE PARISH AND ITY. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1880. ATTORNEYS. (I ' Vt ')1 '14', .t1i(I4INr A'l LAW 114 ýý iitº 'nln, fort.1 '41*1 "4l'n, %Venl 114ton4 ICtnige~, I .4. spec~ia lkit ienl Iuii 'e' II. Ib 114 4) lIeI-I 1f1 it' 44444414141 liking 1,s(Ithoo 1111 IIt4l 4llfull* I141454414, 4111 444l~ 411) 441 ()l(14 4141 14~1.)4 r;4.l41h1llr IIIZ 14' Ii.ni 44r II Ali\ ll 4,4.1V 4 NtLlr+Y 1IIi i' 11d1'nllr l ofV.'sl. Ilstern Jenitgt. n1r4i~,: 1 C.A1,Iro., Iooafit alilI"· Iii. Will pmcl· tic 44 ill ail Itlh courli 1 1144 Solt l' I.oIf LoIsiana. r 'tit)P4. Ft. l)11JIIC IC, A'rroRNK 1 nd44 I otl44I444I'' it L aw . I )lilte-No Ii, , PIko'n Row, 1 (tall Itte i.Wl r ~oI h Slate 4nd1 F,'Idor l I 4i1i44l. N: 1i]IA.() N &. A L E. I A r4',I· i! 4'r 11ll tUi1?xr;hvt.4lal A r lrAWY Olcr ofNil h t ll r I fii. VIlt lrot, 44441 t14 Millt of4w in Ii-,t5 cullttl llst 4 I lioill io I'hci ucti at Ihi iis , i A. S. Ilerrou .......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 September 1880

I~dillor emkl fit I ºAu Msiuiager. National Democratic Ticket. FOR ,t PREtII)EN'I'. W. S. H ANCOCKK, )1' I',1n sylvaln |e. I ft ICE. I3 l e.'I I EN'I'. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CO)NGORKIS, lON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Iant ILtonll lonlge 'or thi I'I PNI 4, Uni11vuu11 iii to 5(41 Iwtt (Jf. 5(1, t. BATON ROUGE, 4n~gor P'Iantflr, 'at riat .Molneorat, Miont iw'l WVatg*Intag. VYialnlui 8n1 mlnill, Now Olrleans I)eurmcwrut, (ireelmbutrg (<rett,' Amintl UIly Iundejwieiit, (irotna Courdor, ShrovoprL D)ntly Tm,,s, Norl o uletnluiu Jomnahul Iltorgani Cilty St.' lw, Ibervillo HOIIS, MtItain"11i flull ottll, Lake Charles Ech~o, lRlilyottce A\vlnrr1(l or, J'olitn Coupou lnuner, I(tolllnd iit 'nnuii, Mii. ulun l)nocioui'ut. Oui.Imnieua I )olniliclil, I )(inltnoIi ville Chieor. Iorhltol, Ctnaion, tt, Iteunord JMagle, Aleixauuturia 1)u'nouwint, Opuolaulta t(Coar. Indeox-Totaltl, 2M. Thull Opelousas Couriec r 111m llk (!1 -elr litd Its tweolltV--eightl"l I year, Inwvvrng been 91~ 438at4111...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 September 1880

LOCAL MATTEkS. ti'iiit. oditoý IW ie rtirn tha'nki s to4 our inte it' m hitigble Kta~tifiorr, MfIr. A1. ChambersFH tilt' Inlto %Vg1 iurl vi t unib tli ,i 'tV'ed t ro I r ' ku l l"ii ;;º" onr l liga't, i 'uIH ii'nt. weiek to oie lit,' n IMP lI N rui'itlrl i t tiinr to aprs i1 i ll ('Ntli hll hr IIm 11h(ie oI ti e 1151( 1 g 4ll We are re Itlnestetc!l t~o anutmntAlc~ thatr bIIi g, t1111 0i . 1(1 .t1 1 4.itoi' la night. Atmnr tlio 14I-eitlauuii aiietlngrelt lit'.t (hollrif~ied, "(food4 graclii o nusi Bidg'etm hIaIve yoni I1111eIIeil usingt i' of iim stochk lllg:n to H~l'lill the cotf'ri'(+ through!"! Ilrieu I 111t (phgt h1 'Aiiiil'rn)l hYint tree jIlut nsimeI - didn1't ke it to la tl onle." Mi. Wilmtl~le ', inl Ii''v'i'cr dutLr tooil *g'' er fi11 'll il~ail' i t ret ,!i il tll il'. i s to to)61 rik tnho se j)Iry iwh~o 3n('IitiIiV left wr'k III, him igtahiirllr ' I iili to i call II Ig t Ii xnnoiiii'i N t. l') A IIijI'N lf ~I ittl N olie 011 I itlt l's t('lheiy e ll I't do No I' Nfer fii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 September 1880

SINDER'S LAST LETTER. Itt. Ilt'rron--1(y face har bren I.t.erl I, I notLhwarrd ifor ,o)tnl1' days and thie Ilutii- Ithr plated pleasuiI4 r of iagin retlurning to two hlolie n lltd fri.lends, inkio I4'l tholu it wans 11 l t:few short weeks ago in leaving tihelll . A largel portioll of country b)et.'n stro Waslhilgton anlt Cinciintlti in of courlNe, olet inutillalinoand lItunot thickly mettled, lthe H0llo Allh glanIyMo.ountainl.ingc roun'd in thle wit roln. IThe laImlII pe' (eonellry in many Iexci plahen in qllite rate anld hlu1tiful. Pro- wilt ,jeetillg thin rood win Itmigllty IIIdol'- lf taking n1 relellliiredl ia Infater-piece' of tiot civil egineerin'ig. Two large Imountalil ati engiKn were\Vr requlliredi to takle 11nt uphe [114' ascent alllnd olur speed on tIh tduws griadelil wis inll some placon at the rate of sixty Hoe1 miles aih hourllr. Hoonl we reachel d I - Ioll ville, a neat little city of'J50,0(0l inlilbi tawts, which while it h]s no pII'ks andl but ,ifIw points of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 September 1880

Wia ICIF T ,EdtrrtOFIILLW- OF I HnpAR$S AND -ZE 7. . F.,. ¢- , . ¬ "lT 6 . 0'A;...... . " , aq. VOL 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1880.N 7 I mi im mi mi I • I iml .I l •'ml mlin im I m ni Il a a lI III m l i I i l li N M I ,.] ; ATTORNEYS. [ W. I'O(I'E, A'inotnsxr AT LAW and J. Nolllta Public, Port. Allin, West hation Roltge,, l,I. Special atteiltioin given to the rol Ihclilrll of i;leOllllnta, taking tcatimolln unllder (omii nisaioi, ;cld to all' other matters rf q ii'iring tlhe a;ttetiol of tinl Attorney (of Notary in the parish oif W',t llaoton Rolgei. apiil4 v"2n13 JI S. I AN(, AIrrcil;Nr NgI CouNHsal.oR L At Law, lDonaldhonville, LA. Will prac tice in all tihe courlit of thls State of Louisiana. .........---4 - rl llf()IS. I. UIYI IREE, ATrorNEY L aind ('lunsclor at Law, Office-No. 6, Pike's Ulow, Bil.in lIiouge, La. Will practice in the State:tl ltld 'rall Coulrts. I U.RON & HiEALE, J A\'rinN,s Rland CouNthI.LOun AT LAW. Ollice on North Bniulovird ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 September 1880

LEON JASIrREMSKI, -Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUG E, SEPT'. 23, 1R90 National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VI(E.I'IRESID)ENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Ron j. For the Pre.e Convention to be held Oct. 10, at BATON ROUGE, Sugar Planter, Patriot.Demonral, Southero Watchman, Folioiana Sentinel, Now Orloal·n Democrat, Grensbnurg Gazette. Amite City Indepenuent, Gretna Courier, Shroveport D)aily Times, North Louisiana Journal, Morgan City. Review, Iberville South, Markavillo Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Lafayette Advertiser, Pointo Coupoe Banner, iichlnaud Baracon, Miun den Democrat. Opolouma Democrat, Donaldson. ville Chief, Morchoese Clarion, St Bernard Eagle, Ale, Alexandria Democrat, Opeloustn Cour. ler, Llvingstonia:º, Ponchatoula Gazetto, Sablo Index-Total, 28. -Gov. Hendricks, now on the stump in Indiana, is everywhere greeted by tremendous crowds. lie spoke to not less than 5N...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 September 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. 1,0 U@5ija 'a O thtLan. Lao ti( \V llo' it. ibegai n to rain yuisLer(duy, an nil (,hl aIg'II g t'Womana exel:tinIed ''1Hlit hI look,, I "'try muchel likes de ILord W8.14 moad of wid eii(o is '111tlty-hit, rins1 eberyS (Iy." tic Sue the nevw arrivals it Mrs. Iloniiig's lit, Sally mo(r1'e, ft( adVelrtised-1 ylii' the 311- 1i agrcl, Nil'. (eorg, I leronai ,' to Whiomiw on i'et.i Iii t1hank1s1 for the Octoier II lhllIr o'r of IP'etL'rson's MlagazillE, BIesidos the lo( zilnes, Ili, hiam receivtedl tiht Youniig Ijaqlies' eln t.Ii Wetiil grac'inig 0m1' tablel thiii week 4º copy3' (oIIf te :IasteIII O(IhsevI', It large 1(31 It iolti to ofI I 6li A 'iSi , it dles('5t51ilIIait of the(1 days of'oli*, is theedlitor. The Observer ,(I is e'li tel a itll thailt. iiarkeid iii tv which bi 11111in411(1 the grale and1 dep1thl oIt the ed- (n MIlrs. jlM313y W. Rau0l, the 303I1Iojphished $1 IprincipaI.l Itlo I4(lt'villl Se illary, sent b( us1 severall colpies (of the IIiito c( Courienr (f ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 September 1880

IEPUBLIOAN XEANUIESS. -A tule/ i'3I NA'I'44I1. AVAflI4's ,4'KI'('l AT o ('4 1.1 llA 1:1111414 44 Anothe'r tIilng I wvuildliku Io call whi c 11, your 1L)·olntiolll to is the, Itttit11del of til, kIt 1GZl"lºtc'lr i ,-'·.v( 111411Y (! oloy tr Iot limit p;wojle of tilhe coungitry3. 'I'Te bsrher44bus I 11 :11 J4 nur11441l141 to4warI'dI I 1he 1114gro' ht 11Ithat44 11141 hl fri(l my13 mlost Ihea1rty col(t'4141't . T'hely knew l tho Werre''414410 igIIlrlll? . 'I'They kne4 41113l' ,414 the4y w'en4' w\'e'ak ad nolt 1414144 to p1rotel(t, co , thems4(elves4, 111od1 what,11ha ve ey done.4 1 [1. '44 'Ehoyhavoprolissedto hothei warn tir pea 'f'ri e nd 1 a n1d4 pro~iiM 4 II 1vs . Ie h 1 o t or ld II ' 'h e re ·lithtem t1he4y were lit to 414'44111y 1a143 statl.1441 111lei11c in t144go4'4'FrIlloclaIlt. They told tea44141 thecy were, the e lllneIIs of any moiI~l iI ll child i every4 rv4'14j4414, and3(1 '.111. wh 11it it all (4n41 d11ill in t.4 When1 thlle 44141ort'unit1y i1 give' t1o oIrtsom give nnst...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 September 1880

4 3 IR p ~t TRH WEEKLY. w. A. ewsvs. v4- *=. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARKS AND CITY. ¬ os v. VOL. 2 BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ,1880. ATTORNEY. - I W. POPE, Arro~dI AT LAW and '--'. Notary Public, Port. Allen. West Bato1e iouge, La. "Special attentlon gi en to tLo rco !c.tiou of accounts, taking t4tin onll'y unlder e'In. anission, aid to all other mattert rq.llilillg the attentlon of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of Welt Baton Rtouge. ulp-,. v2nl:l N . LANG, Al'roCRY 'Np CoUNRRLO .L. At Law, I)oiialdonville, La. Will prac tico in all thel courts of the Stat o(" Louailana. Oand CotmuurlOr £t Law. Otie'--No. 6, P ' tow, lIatonu loogo, La. Will ractice in the State and FederalConrts. - If E r OR 14 N& 'Ik7ALE. -1 A',io~lntY and Cot l+nltl Ay LAw. M1ice ol4 North lBthlevard strcct, neat, th1e polt oftice. BIaton Rouge. La. Will attendl to; all lw hIsi 1nn1 eulltruStted to the In l this anld adjoinig piarishes. A. S. Herronm................. L. L . lBetle. "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 September 1880

REPUBLIOAN MEANIESS. 1SNAT'OI IIAYARD'S SPEECH AT COLUMBIA enl Another thing I would like to call an your attention to is the attitude of the wl Republican party towards the colored OP people of the country. There has ben 0 meanness towards the negrocs that meets thi my most hearty contempt. They knew the negroes were ignorant. They knew da they were weak and not able to protect ho themselves, and what have they done? co' They have professed to be their warm friends and advisers. They have told thi them they were fit to occupy any station Tb in the government. They told then no they were the equals of any man in an every respect, and what has it all come c to when the opportunity is given to dij give substantial proof of their love and or admiration I challenge any man of any color or party to name a single col- lit ored man who holds an office under the 'United States government by the vote of the Northern Republican party. I have seen much of this thing. I have 118 been in Washin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 September 1880

A Stage Driver's Story. itin F'ourteen years ago I drove from Dan- 8 bt bury to-Littleton, a distance of forty two miles, and as I had to await the ar- be rival of two or three coaches, and I did Al not start until after dinner, I very often some had a good distance to drive after dark. hear It was in the dead of winter, and the mini season had boen a rough one. A great only deal of snow had fallen, and the drifts was were plenty and deep. The mail that I resit carried was not due at Littleton by perb contract until one o'clock in the morn- lecti ing, but that winter the postmaster was was obliged to sit up a little later than that anot hour for me. force One day in January when I drove up sno' with my mail at Danbury, the post- ger i master called me into his office. feel '"ete," said he, with an important, wor serious look, "there's some pretty heavy ter money packages in that bag," and he the ,pointed to it as he spoke. He said the w ,money was from Boston to some land bags agent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 September 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, ]Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, SEPT. 25,1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. }or the Press Convention to be held Oet. 10, at BATON ROUGE, Sugar Planter, Patriot.Democrat, Southern Watchman, Feliciana Sentinel, New Orleans )emocrat, Greensburg Gazette, Amite City Independent, Gretna Courier, Shreveport Daily Times, North Louisiana Journal, Morgan City Review, Iberville South, Marksville Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Lafayette Advertiser, Pointe Coupee Banner, Richland Beacon, Min. den Democrat, Opelousas Democrat, Donaldson. ville Chief, Morehouse Clarion, St. Bernard Eagle, Ale;andrda Democrat, Opelousas Cour. ier, Livingstonian, Ponchatoula Gazette, Sabine "Index--Total, 28. Index-.Total, 28. -Gov. Hendricks, now on the stump in Indiana, is everywhere greeted by tremendous crowds. He spoke to not less th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 September 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Suesday's_ Odition. New style of Bill and Letter Heads. Tiue finest tonic in the world is the Home hitters. We return thanks to our indefatigable stationor, Mr. M. Chambers, for late literary favors. We inadvertently omitted to acknowl-. edge our obligatious last week to our obliging young friend, (George lleromnan, for late+ Northern papers. 'the indications are strong that we will have' a good attendal e asit the lr'ess convention to meet here on the second Monday in October. , We are requested to anlnoinltl~e that ther.e will he a mleelting of Capital Lodge, I. O. 1. T., next Saturday night. Mcmbeirs are urgently req,uestl'd to at tend. Plieasures of l),onestic Life.--Mist rss (horrifltl ), "(hood gracious, Bridget, have' you Inle using onu of my stock inggs to strain the cotl'ee through !" Blridget (apologeotically), "Yis, mumrn, bullt lshre' 1 I didn't take a r l:le' one." Mr. lolurqualrd, the Frenlch dye'r and scourer, on Laurel' stri,,t, reI'tnllIsts its to as...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 September 1880

Svt mwoe a ,an with an ahi, C Whate-ver that aim luay bq, Whither its wealth or whether Its lirte b It matters not to me. r Let him walk in the paths of" right, r And keep his name ito ight, q And work and play in faith away With his eye on the glitteringl height. Give tue a man who says, I will do'aomethlng' well, And mlake the fleeting days A story of labor tell. a Though the lim he has be small, t It is better than none at all ; b With something to de the whlol year thron', 1 Ble will not estumble or fall. But satan weaves a snare, a For the feet of those who stray, "' With never a thought or a care Where tile path may lead away a The man whobas no aim Net only leaves no name. When this life is done, hbut ten to one, I IIeleave a record of shame. Uive we a man whose heart t Is tilled with ambition's ere d Who sets Iis mark in the start, i And keeps moving it higher and higher. g Better to die in the strife, The hands with labor rite, Th'an to guide the stream in an tile dream, A...

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