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

LOCAL MATTERS. (tl'. Wiltz ret.trnlid to New ()iOrl·as lait, figlht l,v ti, itareTner (':aiinion. [a,, ii,,ll bulll 'll'u l )f c tto ( r'.1 !i. hil tppad From t his po) 'rt on 5In11):I)v la:,t. sI 'ls (of rl ll mi nill 1 'ctl 'ahllit,i. It is al l l ',ltra' wh\ 'n ' I .a llatI . hl' Pi'sidi lnt. of I li 'iitid l Stna l hs his ti geta certilianti f ci, haratterl1 ['r l G(:i). (ai i. (:. .'taxal' (lvii hi ,'ar rillt ;( l It'll l\'tel+I'.l 1' lllil' e ?"lr, 11 1 ' 1 l' l' tt'lib 'l ,a 1s a ivnllet n hlill It iriv). I. is h ,lin ,i t ru t-ilu,.il awv i l"ir . 1 11 1' g lalia'in - ally. t i rily. ivn . . I. l 'irs taand oll h , .. I": ,'( I'a d. iiih ,i It .i I . iIl' I n iit I lt i, I t i" till, I :l, \ hal t .a a: u id hMl v' Ib 'liv l i1 yI'( P1 a ltti hi ll. ll i I' va I't 4 itza I'!i 11' a ýl iih', lti ill, ii'i i %I i l vll AIl f it t i'irll a "ll'I' liaLr111'1(1 ill l ili 'a' t\'ekh atiillJhiii (ill h tILl tt llr ah Jul'll ilt; ill t t ilts V lil other fic a s 1a1111 1 e1 (1 hil...

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

Hideous Face or War, SOlME AWFUL IIOIIIItRS COMM1ON "TO Ti1E 11A3rEL-Fil LD. 4. In the excitoment of battle, (lheo fll 4of a comratde is &fareely hewded, a:ndl4llaf' of ia company might be whippled .out, and the other hal' fight on without the knowledge of it. It is only after the lutd-lnoutheld cltluoni altd tlhe inmur'tier OlS lnlmusketry have ros1ne4d it l ir'i work that the hhilouns fale of war' shows it nolf to make men sh1i illri and ti a11'1way. Sohliers who have niot goii over a httlo. lield or 5)11) one o of 1a hurial party, havo missed the grimness and awfully of war. After (etltysnbulg, o)ne of limo itUniini Ilriall Itatrtions Inuried ceightly Felr'dal sol dies in o0110 trench. T'ly3' w1er' aI li' flo a New York regiillent, illtl aill S4'4i1lill ugly fell (d0oul at 11one volley. 'flThey woire almost in line, taking up little mreue room than Ii 111011. All of them were shot 1alovu the hips, cull 1oto(n oi( tlahe livedl tolun minutes Ul'tr leing Ilit. lore lay tJun what...

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 October 1880

TmRWEEFLY. ph . ,  t py 'b"-'ls OFOIIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CrTY. : . VOL. 2. :BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THRUSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1880. "O 2W a w MM 0 S4 MN a!ew Wý o W w B x C,~2 CIi ATTORNEYS. IC W. POPE, ArTTroRY AT LAW and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, takink testimony under com. mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney br Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr2 v2n13 H S. LANG, A-ro1T r ANDCouxestOn * At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louiesiana. rllHOt,. B. DUJPREE, Arroanar l and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HEIRRON BEALE, ATroriNaYs and CoNsaLose AT LAw. Office on North Boulevard atreet, near thepost office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi. ness entrusted to them In this and adjoining parishes. A. S. Herron..................L....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 October 1880

LEON .JAM'I'UMSMKI, ECditor and IIumittenM Msinngr. B~ATON ROUGE, OCT1. 7, 1r~r+ National Democratic Ticket. FOR I'UREI.I l)IeNT, W. S. HANCOCK Of I'i,nnsylvanla. FOIL V ICE. I'II, I)ID NT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, 01'O INDIANA. FOR (CONIRES, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of IEtn IUlton Rlougo. For theo I'rOnn coi VontUou to) Ihjoul (Ort. It, at BATON ROUGE, Haugar Iauualor, I'atrlol*lt r )locotanl HoI'uu Watohtnmuu, Pollchuuuu Ho8nhituu), Nuwv OrIlruu 1)e'mnuornl, (irohHhu:nr, (iU'.'tto, Auuutlo (Cty I uu~tpentfontI ( ru'1oa (;uuiijuit', 8Ir-mu¶p.Iu Diluy lu'iutet, North LoPlinIIII .luiirnal, Morgan Cityv Itotlow, Ilt)IvlllI SIPtalb, I urlukHvlllo Hhllutliu,, Lako lCarlaO Eeluu, larliyot to A ulvortIH( r, poltlto Cotuu Blauuuuu'r, Itchhuult Ikauouuuu, IlIn don I)utnocual,OououuuuuiH I)otnouunl, I)onalnldouu villu (Ihiot', ?4oroluuNoM ( burton, Mt. Buta mntul ICnuuMo, Al i'Iudia 1 )u'uuuuuuiiut, t)luuhhh (n luuur. III, It1 tIKgtonia'tU, 1'uuuzotu touul (14 Itto, Ymutuu Jnds%-».2fotdl, .J$. To M...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 October 1880

utrilrMlilU daptlu LOCAL MATTERS. Ill 4141,444 1t rtýTitNH 1)1+ TI~ir Board of Supervisors Ili' ilII. I ,eIulu'iiiiii Mt ltt el a11v*1'MII y atlc A. rind M. ('uI:olay'. ThIe I tiloal of Mipitn infrM of Lim, I itIIl 14i,'1414 u1º ~II1I I ~iiiy'r4It~'itytil A. anod M. 1,ol I oiv 1'l'Mity, o40 'I'esdrnliy, ()rt1. r41, 9MEI 411111 1 wee cunlledI to airdir by IIii+ Vigre, lotl og 11i.In)4or4 liviniig Jlr'Mf'n11111 lul Faiy, S~tn to Mojw/rlnt~e'ilde'n I'o lii. E';lti oii I jtl; h1.444r44. WVitltoii, P'ilpes, (Iltninuo 'I')ho minutes IlH l' yl'Mntrlnny'us s nwnioil ivctie id 41:llIefl, iii'iiber, l Lii Hor '1'in toItati luff HI 3'fllrIt. approved. Thei iutio funiltel 1'eeue: Clio' Iii'lowing repfort, wich oie l mot1ioni ll ofI Ml'r. 1Vai 9111un 11WONI lls I fi -1 41 11 1.1111 II' hMfilItlioltslfni 4iii4 d~4 li'.thf rn'io wee ukon i lt 11.11411 ncti'll u on iitt'l Ij1 4 11tlf'l .1 'liiio report odf I IF1141111 ~l 14711 ('.plll II 9.t101 i log fll.luowi 1IJ~olln;( Il*' I, i'ili i I 41 t,1 1 ...

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

FEMALE BLAOKMAILEkD.B "I know of instances of blackmailnug operations in this city," said one of the ablest and most trusted detoctives in the country to a writerin the New York (Graphic recently, "which were I at liberty to give all the facts for publica tion would be the town talk for at least a month. I have made their operations a study, and 1 myself am astonished at the weakness of human nature. These people thrive upon the fears of men and women, who, by the display of a little courage and discretion, could have saved themnselves from the exactions of their tormentors. By this I mean that by openly defying blackmailers, into i hiose clutches they had unfortunately fallen, they would have foiled them. The first step in treating with them at all is the entering wedge of their misfortunes. 1 know a leading merchant of this city, a manl whose character is splotless, who has for a quarter of a century been one of the leading pillars in one of the most aristocratic uptown churches, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 October 1880

TilI.WEEKLY. _._. OFFICIAL _JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND Z. 7A~~2:ý: y,ýtzz. ____ , --- r II A 'O EI , 8 0 1VA TON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, URDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1880. As a 9 A tiA!m. VOL. 2.!c -r.r . ff nv bnrnr nnmm w bFi1 <W ZO 4< jill!; o W o M>Q -e4 t 0 H rz4 \~.I Sitii I'llilc. 1I"1 .lj~,. \ 1c MJilll ý_.\ul Iulu.ý',It 1:u. i1. )IIII i11L t,, ... tirlr jiial, tiul111 I~ till' ' tl(ln" rIilu11icli ill 4 1 44)11 1 1t . 1'1 1.1111( 11ý :j I'lll Mte- 'rI"lll' m A'it i 'OII EYtl \I\1 i:uui Ic ~ tu 1: i I u l . 4 III iii . S 1 I iki - Sl1ýuiu'll \ i''i..ni I j S LA.S(}. A; I0 \I-i. F Al LAw, VR( icwcr itl . I'll Wll 11 E. in all&the ru noit E Tiii' r ttt}}O!,. 11. I C't' }'Ii hrw ll+: I1,ItýF .1'c~ uuI Null Iilhuul evuril a tL.etI, 11.1i1" \ I.u llit, it. awll jutatire i taoihr ~ eiit1 uwd Ei1.1tiu:lih l. ii lii I',utrllv lli M. I I Rn~L;4Al N.(dr A SQ. W. IIe ItCJN. Ei. Attorney '( ntJ.m M I ul Nutclrey o'utilrii. Inth ltiu eIi l tig I ii. Itttullrtts N pronie.t ly s ill ti tit i I ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 October 1880

FEMALE BLAOKMAILEBS. "I know of instances of blackmaihung operations in this city," said one of the ablest and most trusted detectives in the country to a writerin the New York Graphic recently, "which were I at liberty to give all the facts for publioca tion would be the town talk for at least a month. I have made their operations a study, and I myself am astonished at the weakness of human nature. These people thrive upon the fears of mien and women, who, by the display of a little courage and discretion, could have saved themselves from the exactions of their tormentors. By this I mean that by openly defying blackmailers, into w hose clutches they had unfortunately fallen, they would have foiled them. The first step in treating with them at all is the enatering wedge of their misfortunes. I know a leading merchant of this city, a man whose character is splotless, who has for a quarter of a centuly been one of the leading pillars in one of the nost aristocratic, uptown churches, a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 October 1880

iDsiontl qoruim being present, the Board was ready for the transactson of nsiness. LAt the request of the Presi'nt, the rie President made a statement of the .iness transacted since tC e organiza in of the Board. Inmoti-n of Mr. Waltori, a commit tof three members was ppointedh to ite Mr. D. F. Boyd to core before the ard and state any causes Of grievance bate he might have againsta this Board, Octh the view of having same removed ! pssible. Said committee was instrue ,d to assure Mr. Boyd thegt his appear ne would not be construed into a reg ciot;ou, on his part, of the legal ctatus his Board. The President uppointed oh said com iotee, Mesrs. Wauton, g dwards and bines. Said cothittee having retired tnr the Vrpose of etending said iovifathion, urned ae d reported that Mr. Boyd s absen t from the buoiring and had a een ct for. Oe minutes of August ov;, a0, were ted and approvede i iTe Treasurer . ub.F ittd the forlowh igreport, which on mo~tion was re Boaed and referred to the Finan...

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 October 1880

LEON JASTREM KI, Editor and Bustness Manager. BATON ROUGE, OCT. 9, 188o. National Democratic Ticket, FOR PIRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK Of P'ennsylvan ia. FOR VICE. PI'RENIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, O1' ast Baton tougol )'or tlu+ 1'i dy Convention o ho I Ii I Oct. 1, at BATON ROUGE, Stiuur I'lntiit Ioziot 1) Dmcr;, Southerni tVatthniiiai, Foliciiina Soutiurol, Now O(rleians eo crt ;tireonhnriu (azett ". Amiute (.'ity Indepvuhiit retniai Coi r Ir'n, vport Ihilly Boiow, ILborvillo South, Markjvillo Buletlin, Lake Charles Echo, Lafityotto, A Ivertiser, Pointo Coupeo Balmer, Richland BeaconlL(!QI, Min.· dtu 1)oniocrut. Opoloous Ihomocrat, 1 o1ahl'nolts vide~ Chlrlt. 3forccllomnc! Clarion, St. Bernard, · Eagle, AcxaulrllºD)oemocrat, Opololz.%sr Cour. for, C,ivlngatooia:i, I'onclotolol Cit Uacttu, 8ubinu ludex-Total, 1$. To Members of the Press. Hicving line~n reccllcntl'tt d by a ntilnnber (it the Iiresm of this Statu to ni t fls Pro visionanl Pre...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 October 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Suesda's edi ion. The finest tonic int the worldl is the IfHoto Bitters. Gov. Wiltz returned to New Orleans last night by the steamer ( annon. Some :300 bales of cot ton, were rahipped fronm this port on Sunday last. 'rho wind yesterday evening shifted to the north and the weather indicates aigns of rain and cold weather. It is a hard casen when ai ciandidate for President of the I'nited States nhas to got a certificate of clharacter froa Gei. Banks. G(nll. (I. Mason ah ;ha arriveld last night, to alttend thile ldeting of the Boardi of Snlt'rvisors of lthe Louisiana State University. We undelrstand thati thtre are parties who are negotiating for the lsne of l'ike's lail, and that we art to lhavI the:atrica I roupes this winter. 'roft .. ('asa.Cal vo left at l ot tio e on yesterday al satntlpl hotte of mol l tfile, which was ianfa,11t'tretl by him. It is it sulperior article, anld lve recoitIllend hIim to our ftrirnds and th public gullet'.r ally. I ons. W. W1. 1.Pipes...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 October 1880

For the CALrrortA.. TEI'Y 8AY. They say I am a butterfly, That cares tnt its ,paltedt wamitn: That I think of nothing but beaux, And all such silly things. Tha'lt I think too nicih anhIlt p:artles And thet "boys who wealr lthe gry." That ny liad i i 'full of ionllwtuse And any heart is far tio gany. Now I am just tr11d of heariagi 'l'hetn talk about me so; If they'd only attend Ito thema,rves. Thy'iii get nlolng blhtter, I know. 'IS tl'ue I nllltl tland o1' tlldan ini The waltz anil "Iheel' and toih." It makes yiou lirgt fin' ai little while Tll cases lhat hIes1.t int n,. I like the bioytlust a it 1111- l'ray, is that any harnt i At\l tas flr mn heing a ldilr, Why should that calle much aha11n 1 These Ioys are till o, tlhklie, It i Ino use for girls to beo Itie'. Anil if you don't give theli a flirting: They will certainly flirt you. T'hey are very niceb aonlmtlnns, And talk so sweet, I declare ! All about your "lliaalltlf'il e''es,'" .'ld "hli, Ir' a lnlk l o that h airt!" lThe'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 October 1880

Hideous Face oI War. 8OM5' AWFUL IIORRORS COMM.ION TO TIIHE BAITLE-FIELD. In the excitement of brttle, the fall of a comrade is scarcely heeded, antd half of a company might be whipped out, and the other half fight on without the knowledge of it. It is only after the loud-mouthed cannon and the murder ots musketry have ceased their work that the hideous face of war shows it ielf to mauke mein shudder andl turn away. Soldiers who have not gone over a batic tield or been one of a burial party, have missed the grimness and awfully of war. After Gettysburg, one of' the Union, burial parties buried eighty F~ederal sol dies in one trench. They were all from a New York reginment, and all seemingly fell dead at one volley. They were almost in liane, taking up little more room than live nmn. All of them were shot ,rthorve the hils, and not ote of them' lived ten imimntes alter being hit. Helre lay then whalt was a full ' conpllaly of men, whipped out by one single volley 5, tlhe.y advanced I...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 October 1880

KlGtiULA n Ml(KTING( OFI THE Board of Supervisors (1F (118 Loui. ianat state 1Univerity anlld A. and M. College. $SEC:(XI DAY. 'T,. ]:i;d of S er.visors of th1' Loii s rul St;at) 1'ui r.m-ity d1 A. 1nd I M. 4a, 11'.ý l, 't lur','1 .l t tio ad:jolrnnll en1t, t the Uin i'rSity, ::i T'u,',;day tIt. :Ihi, 1'"O, n11d w le't. :iled: to Inder' 1: the Vie': Sl'ti''Illit, at T :I i'rt''r hefoire 12. The fol l '.'4,illg 14I l 'l"11 1 ci ptell ' e t ;111d all Wt 'el'ill;.t tllll ir II:il ll ll.' , tlI-'\\it : L. 1,ia :'v4lski, Vice P'resideut: E. 11. P1ay, State ~pl.e'riteindeut Public Ediu catilln; Messrs. Walton, PI'pes, (rl'aham I)oihollde and El.1 dw:rdtl, Members, The ufinattew of yesterday's 8essio0 were read and approved. The Fi 111ce C'ointuitte(' lpre cutetdeI theidilowin'g repoirt, which on Iziotiol .of Mr. Walton wtas received and the re. solution1s annexed thereto were taken up annd alted upon Separately. The repl'l)ort of' the Fiinc11 Collnii thee is as follows : 1l.\'lI l 4 . 4i...

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

L g g , Fw1t OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TH'rE PARISH AND UTY. Z 'wn .E VOL. 2. iATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1880. m;TI 1 I I . .==,,. ,. ,, ,, ,=.,= ,, ,.=, ..... . ,,.. ,.... ,,,,., .= . .,,, T,. ~ .. ., ii.W  I PCW Mm zz W as i l ]O w 41In g ATTORNEYS. j W. i'OPE, ArosxurY AT LAw and SNotary 'Public, Port Allen, West Batosn RIouge, La. SIecial attention ;ivsen to the col lectionl of snrcioullts, taking testimony under com-l ruiNion, and to all other mLatters requiring the iattention iof an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West aiton iRouge. apr21 v21Ll3 [ I . LANG, ATroOiNEr AND COUN0INSLOit A. L. At Law, Donaldsohlvillo, La. Will pracy tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rl 40 . B. DU.I.EE, Arroasat I and Counselor at Lair. Office-No. ti, Pike's Row, Baton Rougo, La.; Will practice in the Sif llted F'ederaI Courtit. [II URON k& BIEALE, A TrouI iYs and COUINsiF,lAons AT LAW. O11ice on North rBoulevard atrert, near the post otflie, aliton RIsoug...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 October 1880

LION JASTREM8J(T, Editor and fBusineiiw Mnnaiger. BATON ItOUGE, OCT. 12, IMO. National Democratic Ticket. YFOR P'UIIDIINT, W. S. HIANCOCK, OL" P1'nntylvfanla. FOR VICE.PI'IIII~ICNT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. YOR CONOREICI , HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of' last rBaton Rouge. IOUR ALEOK-SMITH, WE MEAN,~ , There are fuunilics, especially in the old Contiuent, who possess an unmis takable genealogy. To the lllembers of such faunilics it is Itiways it source of proud gratification to trace up their iuncestry to some of thle 1notabilitien of whonl history speaks. The scions of nobility usually pos sess a prelix to their iluames; but in this country, our people glory in the consciouucsess that their grealCt inc arc self-made; and that is by far, a prouder distinction tlhan that obtainced by in horitaLce. We have tainilies whoi arc 1ts inll themllselves. J'lake the Smllith fi\nuily for instance: t Who will deny that society in this coulltrylS,l tsi hle tht days l' tit) crliest settlers lha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 October 1880

LOCAL'MATTERS. 'The therm,1nmter ictnldM 77' in the e14111110 to-da1y. Soiie l ittl xeite nit o-ccurred ln Llel strewet, on illnliay, by i rtlniiaway whiclh look plice. No ildamaiiige reiuted, Its theIl hornit, with bliggy attached, was 4,onll stl))pped. w lt wing to thell wei ie,,t wihich took Jite oil theli Mteaml (lay on her way tlip hIl river, all isllipjllnoit of Eotton was c deliyedi ttil y'14ttt4ers'iy, whenlili :U bales C wlre shippdilll. Manly menll whlo strlongly advocate selft. govrriliiltit have Io r14kll4liw lllg rtI highelr ipower every tlien thly elnter thelt ioor ofl' their own ilwlliing.-Mi ellln to~wli 'Triianleriplo, Nlli. Isll0'rel Id*o jwliittiil, i formerll rlabhi of this city, now loca!led at Kan Anltonio, 'TexllI, hiln been spiliiihg ai ferw datllys with his Ilady at the Imnie (of heIr liarents, b' Mr. and Mrs. Ilh:k. I Mr. Lewintlial is i cuiltured and afiabl l gentllemlaln. At a regllar ctolkLng of the Hohrow 1t Congregation Shialri Fhaltd, held unll daiy...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 October 1880

A HOBRIBLE BEOITAL. hat pal (Cbambers' Mlseollany.l alit The following story is taken from a sr law book which is considered good an- as - thority, iand was compiled fromnn criminal the records of the courts at Edinburg, Scot- d"o land: we History contains no parallel to the hor- the rible cruelties and robberies that were aI4 committed by one Sawney Beane, a thl Scotchuan, in the reign of King James I, we before te catel to the crown of England '1 by the demise of Queen Elizabeth. cat Sawney Ilcane was born about eight or tol nine miles eastward of the city of Edin- an' burg, in the county of East Lothian, of his parents who went a hedging and ditch- gel ing for their daily bread, and who till brought up this, their bloody-minded Th child, to the same occupation; but as he n grew up his disposition to idleness not thi permitting him to follow an honorable kit employment, he left his father and cal mother, and ran into the country, where, of following a most wicked life, and taking ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 October 1880

TRI.WEERLY. WO, b. AxTONI. J A. orICa, LJOUIRSINAL OF THE PARISH AND TY. . ., T,. LOSTSIEA sHUR, SDAYtor.s VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER •880. 4 o 0a H ATTORNEYS. ,,# ..... i. n  ^c ,,,nn~ n/, . M,,n/^ . WV. POPE, ATmORNEv AT LAW and N otary Public, P'ort Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, takinhg testimony under comnt nli eion, and to all other umatters r~quirng the altention of an Attorney or Notary- in the parish j of West Baton Rouge.! npt'4 v2nl3 .M. LANG, ATroutNKY AND CouASeLoL . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac- e tico in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. r~110N. B. DUePRE-, ATroRNeY I and Comnelor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. 1ill p(actlce in the Stat nlld Federal Coarts.. _j HERRON & BEALE, A'rwltTroNEY and GouNastnW AT LAw. Office on North Boulevard 4sreet, near the post offlce, Baton Rougo, GLa. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 October 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business M1anager. BATON ROUGE, OCT. 14, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VTCE.PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN i THE SWORD. ___ A IIANQUET TO TIHE I'PRESS ASSOCIATION. At the close of Monday's session of the Press Association of Louisiana, a i festive board had been spread in the c dining hall of Mons. Grouchy's Capi tal Restaurant, on Lafayette street, a by direction of the citizens of Baton Rouge, in honor of the Editorial fra ternity. At the appointed hour, the guests took their seats around a taste- I fully arranged table, disposed in the t shape of three sides of a square. At 1 the head and centre, President Mc- 1 Cranie had been seated, and to his 2 right and left, the members of the Association. Next to them, were i seated a large number of our promill- 1 eut citizens. Without ceremonial, the signal of the...

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