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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 September 1880

SINNER'S LAST LETTER. bill. lrronl-Mly fa'e has been turnet southward for some days and the nntici pateal pleasure of again returning to honen and friends, is no loss than it was a fiw short weeks ago in leaving them, A largeo portion of country between Washington and Cincinnati is qf course, mountainous and not thickly settled, the AllghanyMountainAbeing crossed in the route. The landscape scenery in many places is quite rate and beautiful. Pro jecting this road was a mighty under taking and required a master-piece of civil engineering. Two largo mountain engines wore required to take us up the ascent and our speed on the down grade was In 0some places at thei rate of sixty miles an hour. Soon we reached LOuis ville, a neat little city of 150,000 inlhai tants, which while it has no parks and but few points of special interest, is cleoan, well kept and in linii conditlion financially anl otherwise. Th''e cem'te ry herte contains mainy costly llild ele gant nulllllli'ts lland is III ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 September 1880

STATE NEWS. l,, 11. C. Stringfellow ieprts terri b!, i,,,s to the cotton crop in his section of lRed River parish, by the boll worms and caterpillars. Heo says the "Cotton l'oint" place is a sutfirer to three-fouirths of its cro!,. The nomination of Hon. N. C. Blanch ard seenms to have met the enthusiistic endorsement of the Red River peotile. The Coushatta Citizen says: The can non fired for Hon. N. C. Blanchard last Wednesday, at 2:30 a. Ii., shook up the 'natives" for a distance.of five miles around. The Caddo elleo sounded her whistle a number of times, in answer to the salute fired as she passed by town, and not nuntil she was out of sight did the boys "cease firing." Pointe Coupee Banner: From the 7th July to the 13th September it has rained thirty-seven days in this vicinity. This is unprecdented. We have con versed with a planter who keeps a re cord of the weather, and it is after look ing over his diary that we publish the above. No .wonder that the cotton in this vicinity ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 September 1880

'TRI-WEEKLY. yL.. i . o I=, 1tor. I OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY. T*.W,,5.,0; VOl,. 2. B~ATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1880. NO 4O F ,w H _ 'I'()!NYS. ( %V. I ')l'Iii, ArI'oI' II:'r LA.w nod nloly I'uhhrl, Poll Alieu., IWest IaInteo I:IonI ,. I,;. ~i'e'iltl IIltntionl given tIo t11e rol1 taliJ n of ar ntls, taking telstimnoln unldet r )om IInlsiloln, 1ando n11 ill ihlr lLm tter l' Ielullir lg they I .. IInil n tll t ttornley or Notar.y in tlhe pe ri:sh .II .'. L oAN(G, AlrouTI'NKEY ANIUCOUNtlE.IO, S..\Lt 'Law, )onaldaunvillhe La. Will prac Ilc in alll lli lcourts ofl the ttate orf ,Loiniaela. rliI( )1. IL. D1 i I{!E , A'rrotluNr I nd Unl',lselor at Law. Ollike' -No. i, Pike's Ilow, liloell I I oll ,o), Li. Will platlice in the SII.e aeind Vdel oljlra ri'ts4. I I EIRIRON & IIEALE, A'ITi'OlNEi'YM lll Und COIUINItI Al LAW. (dl0c: on North loeulovardl s ltrilet, near the uet oflieo, Ilaton I.ouege, La. Will attendlI to ll law htci nus eintrustedi to tl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 September 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and usiness Manager. BATON ROUGE, SEPT. 28, 1880 National Democratic Ticket, FOR I'RESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK Of" Pennsylvaniau. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON; 01' ERunt ]aton RoIen. For the Press Convention to be held Otl. 10, at BATON ROUGE, Sugar Planter, Patriot-D emocrau, Southern Watchlnan, Feliciana Sentinol, Now Orleans Democrat, Greensburg Gazette, Amite City ludependent, Gretna Courier, Shreveport Daily Times, North Louisiana Journal, Morgan City Review, Ibervlll Seouth, Markeville Bulletin, LAke Charles Echo, Lafayette Advertiser, Pointe Conpoo Banner, Richland Beacon, Min den Democrat. Opelousas DaI)ocrat, Donaldsoun ville Chief, Morehouse Clarion, St. Bernard Eagle, Alexandria Democrat, Opelousas Cour lor, Livingstonia'n, Ponchatoula Gazette, Saboie Index-Total, 28. To Members of the Press. ilHaving becn rcnquestcd by a number of the press of this State to act as Pro vinional President of the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 September 1880

LiOCAL MA'1'T RS. ir,. lin.:l., tonkic; in tlhli worvi' is tle .'h,' !gill mlana g;rs wilt) IIlan rt'nwl'n I,. ' Ih.ll th.ir cou. , il Iii i nwe': l to-niglhl ; ,''nl.' i," .h, irahl,'. t n"1: 11d ts 41;:1) : 11; 1 44a4' '44 4 col 4l4 tý ,+' " -<hip 'd fr m l' t l i a lll ot, { ,g' n::.tl ', and a , sholly +n rl',l:. is' th,' , Itpin' t.,n lin'+i 4 i tti lllll4t4li4g th4t t.hi r' )i' ilt , I4lg ', I1on. I.. N. Shl'' hun,,, .., hohlin" roo l-, 'in EI',i l"'t'lit'i i l. ilg. Ki.1'lrnall (' 1 ll 44:'in't l'l'cli'i I io ' -. l If in ll p , ;i v i '; l ' ''s4a h 4 ''rrl'44 ' l4 (,an. nl.'' l i e o I lw tlay' 1. 1 j1 4l:''' , 'r ice oI"f l4l4i;,l a l l i< 'l4 \1 4'4rc ý',. .n )a,, .u inl, o; n sllltl arl'dI, w hic'll ih licalui +h it, w .inir I i i I 41 14oa'hi I ,i I ', o remote l:II tl 'l, r11' i.,h 7n ; Itil't IU' i 't t il to rhI h nIIII IIl - ;I 111at tall i h ,11 re.1" .':i i d 11 11 iil' .1:11' l r oil)l' 1 ll ' 1 Ill lng I lhe rilt+ bih .r,- tut' t rh e s sli'' art'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 September 1880

THE JOKE ON HOEFLIOH, it Nan Francisco ChIIt. Some weeks ago John Mackey wae nit ting in the Gould & Curry office reading II about lhe "Jumlping Frog of Calveora," I' when the idoa occurred to him that sene sort of tick like that would hI a nit e.ln- ' did thing to ring in on Maurice Iloellich, Ai the mining ppolrt. Iloollich is abolut the office a good deal, anlld whleneve r I the takes lunch with Mtackeky in Mole to get 'I' into Sotne Ol'rt of dispute :uiti oller to nmake a )ot. Maecky don't like betting anlt frowns it down, nIIIItleossn thinkm people are trying to ,hntll' hliit. At last lie determlinled to ellre Iloellichl of this habit and beganl to wtlcllh hlilm a good deal to determine where the wonk splM In hisarmor lay. One day he saw loetlichll on tile ntoop playing with ain lt(enormous grasshopper he was learning to JlImnp. Iliellich's gramshoppolr coulhi ,jmunp '23 1i.e, .and it wasn't long before he renmirked to Mr. Mackey: "I'll bed 2l dot, yol ('lUlt Iintl Ia lii i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 September 1880

TB-WEERLY. .2. :r,= vrun. lATrOeN. º OFFIUIGE TOUINAL O, THE PARIS AND S ITY. M1E 30, 1880.c N 75, V .') BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA THURSDAY SEPTEME.R 30, 1880. NO . ,()~I . ,, , , , . , . . U CIZ I ý3 V' oz w C) '4 RM o ;I NN <M o, H____ ( V' I'() I '~(: 14. l'4ll~i 414411 AI* AW 44I144 I1(. 1 'u.l111', '4444( .4444,44, 14Y'Vl.n 114444 I~· (1~1iii :4,44444i4444, L;ll~ilg 144l144444444l 4444414'4. ('44444 .44444 444 .4l~ 11 41 (( 144 414444 444 44:l . 4l44I44I Ig 11444 ,I ail 4 44444ll 44I44 44. 1144vH 4414444( Nh. ai, 'k' .\ I4I ,II\li il~ ( (l N hqm.(~ 'III A l.a (JIX~c 4444 '444411 l,444444441441 444 441 444.4 I.I4~r J44444,cn 4,11144, 4411111 441,44441 4~i4 414,44 44l'l( 14)144 1 i 11~,iI ni I;.· V· It( )'i' &· 1.A (.N Arr 1 .1.4.~1 .44ll 1,4441 ~ L. 4 ~ ) 411o N44114114444( 1444444 4.444 4444 4444.44444 4411 4441~t~~ 144 11,444 44Il i in 44444 4441. II. NI. 1.44444l ni~ I. . II. lic~41444444. 14U('.\ 14 I )I I>7IC'1iORY. W 4I. I; A 22 2 v1112; g ow 22n (a2221lllinn2214a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 September 1880

LEON JA8ITREM3KI, Jkdillor and I'lwwines Mananger. IIA'ION ROIUGTh, SEPT.I' 30, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK ()Of l.unnsylvania. FOR1 VICE.I'PLESII)ENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Etn JIaton lougoe. For tlh I'tie, Counention to bo hold Out. 10, at BATON ROUGE, WVatclIm:a:, Foliviabla H,,::tiu:e, Now O:'Iqunli I)onihh1at, G lpeenlsburge (Iyel:tlu, Acaito Cdity ludepoutluut, Gretna Cott-MP,~ll· Shreveport Daily. alevi:w, Ibeorviat, Soulthl, MIarkevill, lhllotia:. Lako Charlem· Echo, lafayette rtlvtrrtincr, d o ln aulurc a ,O 1)e:::cl I)oat, oupl, a)Oae fdHo:l villa (viaagt, Morhlaelaat+ Cheula ;::z.tt. Ile Sabje Eugle, Alosandri~a ,lleuuElrnbt Op~~oluutuw Coul' Indos-T-'otal, ':u. To Members of the Press. Having [men r(e,1I 'clcl''H1 1·c by a IIII1I1bc') ot I11t jI'4134N of3 t-hin SI4IJ (f :i(t a IN I'iPr, Viyionttl I'rt'Nitl'lll( .of~ tilt', I~rsoluokt!tl ('on- vniM anti[3 it, ,shall h324 i3s33N~ le :Intl3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 September 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. i1t0' Iltoh I(i((4'I, l on N Was. I,s14(4.11I 44'44'4'i.4'4' ini Iiittniia', at1 It4484l4n I 1444'Ill I 448 I14'II' ii 44'444i (IºI 4il 1 (18 444'4'I1 344 the~a Ilti~l- l I1i's 1 iI*y 4411 ý1ul444414' 4n4xt9, (H44 whirl4( 4444114i44 II '(4 441 4(14I rl (4that(I:a his E 1xce 4ny 1114('4v. iltz will In' )44'4'84'141 4441t, Sly. 14'. :1 44'44. ' r 4)1' 1185 Board I "41' i181~ ' r\ 4'.4'a 4,1' 1.111; ..S( 'j(, I 444v4'rriIiy r a,tII A4. aiad J1 1 ( llr( e''r. Yico N (N1.. 4lach4- !1 I'(lr ' (4144' y' I il441,)14' ~;11' 11Wol ( (44 º' P º0' 4 4II4' 44444 11,811 . ' I 114' (1444"I4' 44, 144'(4 4'4 414 (34441 14''' luli 4g 4". 4 i '4 ( 444il 4 .444444(I( 44 4w4444111 1 41 ' li y. fllI I hi 4 4'h4I'lot 1s (44 t' 4114144 ll 1I1Irs ii til ' 4li '(lt-lod l' 11 44444 int4l n ((4 144114' 4(443 44'4444(4(, "j44S( aI, th1is Lilt',' 14)414441141 (44 (fill 44411 t 141i hin, i44.' IIt lilt 144 4 4 444 1.(1444 to4 4e'4(a''.'41 4444 nr'444'4'8. No di lt l ax,(4 is4 !144.4 114 h44' g4'444...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 September 1880

THE FIRST BODY t --I THE SKELETON OFA IIUMAN BEING FOUNDII IN TIIE IIUI)DON IitVER TL'N NEL EXCAVATION. A special telegram from New York to t the Chicago Times, dated September 0 27th, says: a Th'le body of one of the inch who were buried beneath the fililen roof of the lludsonl river tunnel at Jersey City was foInd about nine o'clock thLis evening, by a laborer excavating in the caisson. The discovery was inluediatelly re ported to Engineer Lovejoy, who held a conference with Mr. Fowler, the secre tary of the cominaly, and they decided to kep the discovery as secret as possi ble. The laborers and foremen were instructed not to divulge the news to r any one, and it was resolved not to in forili the police nior the coroner until the followin g mnorning. It was feared e that.the news might cause confusion, t through the excitemen that that might be produced among tile relatives and friends of the victitms of the disaster. The Stinl says that late thin afternoonl Enrgineer Love'joy was...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 October 1880

TRIWEERLY. L. R _, Za.or. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARI$H AND CITY. * **O, VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 1880. NO7 L4: a 0Z W c up cc v 0.1 p2 OW W o 10 ,J AlATTORNi.EYS. <t Vh . i'. )I'E, .Trrotsý" : r L w L anMdI S ,t Nt:l" l' hhe', L'Port .\lblih , W\V't L natcln Sl:ou'N. L.. ne :l att Lntin :tl oLn. t ti Eol | e'iull u lto f e'ounlt , takl A - fill I\ IIIII| r 1' 4 l' l :nli'i "n. an I to all 'thIs "'I uir ing the w--tt ;ntiln tai--n Attor ' f' he parish .1* " At Law, Doaldhonvil.;, .a. Will prac tie,, in all the courts of the Statk of Lonisitana. rg 1 ).. IR. DU R.EtIE, Art-roner I alnd Couselor at Law. Ultnie-No. t;, Pike's L'o,. Iuton IRougge, La. Will practice in the StaIt Iitanild Federal Courts. It ERRON & BEALE, I AL AottNYA and COtN0.1ititt AT LAW. L(the :,on North lhulevard striet, Clear the post olliche, l;aton hugec, La. WIll attend, toi all law uil. n1(55 entrusted to them in this and adjoining pa ilthes. A. . l.erron ....................

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 October 1880

THE FIRBT BODY, 'II: SKELETON OF A Ill1MAN BEING FOUND IN TIlE IIDSON RIVER TUN NEI, EXCAVATION. A special telegiam from New York to the Chicago Times. dated September 27th, says : The body of one of the men who ho were buried beneath the fallen roof of the iHudson river tunnel at Jersey City was found about nine o'clock this evening, by a laborer excavating in the caisson. The discovery was immediately re ported to Engineer Lovejoy, who held a conferencee with Mr. Fowler, the secre tary of the company, and they decided to keep the discovery as secret as possi ble. The laborers and foremen were instructed not to divulge the news to any one, and it was resolved not to in form the police nor the coroner until .he following morning. It was feared that the news might cause confusion, through the excitement that might be produced among the relatives and friicds of the victims of the disaster. The Sun says that late this afternoon Engineer Lovejoy was convliced that the bodies might be fo...

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 October 1880

THI I ND*J'NYDET A'4'3FZJt. it sailor r'ing the windy deer, Int sc,ldilern praise their arn+or Ilit in my heart tbls toastl'llk.eep, 'I " Inlripe"ident Plartmn; WhIen l:rnt the rouom in robe oflgreen I'nfolds Its crlfson lInlig, And round his homely porch Is neeu The horneyc:kle twining : When banks ,'f blo'on their awe,,tnsa yield '1 h.,. th..t galther honey, it, dr'Jvest the teat across tha fll,.d, :,.t rekies are wl't and 4unnluy. 'I I, khisr- d clcks her indt1 bin plows, ' I l quail pipu lIpnul and nclearly ; Yo,,i otch:ard hildes hbhind its bonugh Tire hiono lie lo s ,,, o dea, ilj, 'lThe gray old bhrn, whume to 4'eln unoid Hli anlple store in nrmeaur'{, Mora, s i,'i than heaps of 1ha0 lied got I. A pr'ci'toun, blnessd Ireanurlr, ISlit yonder on the porch th"i Mtanr,(i IIIs wife, the lovely chalrmt , The nwnetent rose on all Ils In sn ; 'I'i. Inldependent Farmer. I 'o ir,iin thi spring cotnes dIann;ing day, 'To himt the annrner Idushei., -Thi aintun smiles with tim ijtellow ra...

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

LEON JASTREM8KI,, .1ditor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, SEPT. 2, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK Of Pennw ylvania. FOR VICE.IIVESII)ENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INI)IANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON, E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Emst lBaton Rlouge. or tihe Iress Consvention to bo hellt Oct. I0, at BATON ROUGE, n~gar l'lanter, Patriot.Democrat, Southern Watchman, Feliclana Sentinel, New Orleane 5emocrat, (;Greensburg Gazette, Amito City ldepenptlut, Gretna Courier, Shreveport Daily Times, North Louisana Journal, Morgan City Itestow, Iberville South, Markaville Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Latiyetto Advertiser, Tointo Coupoe Banner, Richlan4 Beacon, Min. den Democrat. Opelousas Democrat, Donaldson. wills Chie. Morehouse Clarion, St. Bernard Eagle, Alextandria Democrat, Opelousas Cour. br, Livingstonlan, Ponchatoula Gazette, Sabine Index-Total, 2d. To Members of the Press, Having been requested by a number .of the press of this State to act us Pro visional President of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 October 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. uesda 's oition. I.I Mr. Clay Gourrier, of tlhe firn of Gour- I rier & MeNair, who for s4me days past t has been visiting on the Ibwer coast, re turned hoime yesterday. i The Ball managers will' please, remiem- a her that their conmmnittee meets to-night t at 7 o'clock at the Mayor' office. A fill ti attendance is desirable. On Sunday last :D W Males of cotton n were shipped from the I Baton Rouge 1 wharf, and a steady ii.crease in the , shipping continues notwijthstanding the C bad weather. r, Our District .Judge, 11 n. II. N. Slier- tc burne, is holding court ih East Felici ana. Judge Kernai hbtving recused st himself in several cases, has borrowed ill our .Judge for a few days w A large drove of mallard dclucks were Io seen passing Southward, u' rhich indicates 31 that winter is aipproachilg at no remote ItL distance, though the fielecs retain their th carpet of green and the trees fail,to re- in mind us that fall is here. ti The General Re,:l ption Committee a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 October 1880

CHUCKER'S PANTALOONS. How far is it expedient to convert a railway carriage into a dressing-room, 3 is a question which. would be quickly I solved in the negative ino'continental' countries, when guards walk along the foot-boards and collect tickets while the t train is in motion. But in England a 1 passenger who likes to change his attire I in a first class compartment, is pretty I secure from interruption; at least so I thought Mr. Barnaby Chucker, as he I alighted from a hansom at Paddington I Sand rushed across the platform, holding a railway rug and a carpet bag, which contained a complete change of raiment, I to wit: dress clothes. Mr. Chucker had received an invita- I tion to dine at Windsor with some friends of influential position, but being a busy man, he had not found time to dress at his office in the city or at his chambers in the west end. Stepping into the train, he slipped a shilling into I the band of the guard and said: "Keep I me this compartment, please, as I wan...

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

-G4 NfAME MI ThER bA' ND. Aýe I walked the ocean strand; Slearly shell was in my brnal, I stooped and wrote apon the sand My name-the year-the day, As onward from the spot I passel 'One ling'ring look behind fcast A wave came rolling high and fast, And washed my lines away. 4011 so methought 'twill shbrtly be With every mark on earth from me A wave of dlark oblivion's sea Will sweep across the place. Where I have trod the sanity shore Of time, and been to be no more Of me-my day-the name I bore. To leave no track norI trace. And yet with Him who counts the sands. And holds the waters in his hands, I know a lasting record stands Inscribed against my name, Of all this mortal part has Ivrought ; Of all this thinking soul hai thought And from these fleeting nmo uents caught, For glory or for shame. THE JOKE ON HOEFIrIO. San Francisco Call. Some weeks ago John Mackey was sit ting in the Gould &, Curry office reading about the "Jumping Frog of Calveras," when the idea occurred to him ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 October 1880

STATE iEW8. l'ointe Coupee luunr: O(.) Sunlllday last, two little sonts of Mr. llatnchllrd, ontl layou Poydras, igeud respecwtively 4 and d; years, were riding i horse itrolltund their fiathler' yard, when the horse sild de'nly 'begau to rear and pitch till he threw both of the boys, oltie onl out side and one on the otheilr side. The youingest 'was thrown against. a tree :and instantly killed, the eldest w'as only slightly. (tuac'hita T1''egraph : A (German, only thiter mouths from lhtavaria, canti to town sick of c:hills and tfiver a few days ago, leaving, ou that ilccollllt, ellllloy Jentlt. Omiewherel' in the counitry. lHe piirctir'ed proper Inedeicine :t Moore's drag store, and went about town, until it ,,hli came on, when he was carried to the city building, given a place tu rest and sowe' ice water, tand uassigned to the cnic' of Iiolicemaclu Rigsby. li' was short ly after able to go to thee (ist(ern, and Sthen returnled to his bed. When visited .some two or three hourssubs...

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

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 October 1880

LEON JASTTREHSIKI Ekrli.or and funinp r Maungecr. BIATON ROUGE, OCT. 5, IHO National Democratic Ticket. IFOR I'{LEDE$NTi W. S. ItAN CO(K1 WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, O(' INDIANA. I FOR CON( GRNESS, LION. E. W. ROBERTSON, II o01r ,IEu, J:,ton IHo{+e. it For the P'iRst ( n 0d ltip'to) I, I 'll (1; . -lt BATONI RUGE, Sinir I'h lantr, I'ttriot-Demnore rl, So utbh,n IVat'h tian, Ia llcii atna )ttloli, Neew Orleana enmocnll , lneenllbug Gatzette, A-mitte ity I linlepowln t, lGretua Colurlor Slreveport ially Tl'lime, Norlhb Louullna Journal, Morgan City Rlevlow, Iborvillo South, Markiville Bulletin, Lake ('lnrlei BiEho, Lal'ayotte Adlvertt'er, 'PointeCo'upee IlSaneer, llrhdlund Ieaonn, Min dol 1hnmocnrat, ,Opelloneus Itemlnorat. Dona'~.don. vllile Ubtiet', Morlehou.n Clarhl'u. S I'1n11rdl En l;-h, :\h,' l ,t ii , I II u, . a. Uw, I nlo nA, Pul , t lnstira 1'rnilu,:. To' Merberý of the I'ress. I1vinig b1,, 1 relvqMstud by untrlnir of ithl' }rl's of t1his St llutf to IIt. 11 IIM l'r- visinaulel...

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