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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 October 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. PROOEEDINGS LOUISIANA PRESS OONVENTION, WASIIINGTON FIRE CO.'S HALL, IA'oN RolotUlir,, October 12, 18I0. The Convention was called to order by President McCranie, at 10 A. M. The Secretary called the roll and an ulonclllled nineteenll Illelhern present; three absen t. The minutes of yesttlrday's session wrle read andl adopted. ('Calt. Charles A. Brusle, of the Iber vill Sonuth, and Mr. A. J. Lafargue, of the Miarksville Bulletin, were announced present, and their naimes added to the roll. Mr. Lifargno stated that lie was authorized to represent the Marksville Review, and that jotrnal was added to the roll of tlhose appearing by proxy. Major Burke, on behalf of the Comnmnit te' on I'ermainent Organ:izatioin, suhmnit ted the following report: To the President and MemnrIh ets of the i't'ess (Con vention : Your Contnitt~e on P'ernntnentOrgan ization beg leave to present foryourcon sideration the stibjoined: CONsTITL'TION OF TIIE LOUISIANA PRESS ASSOCIATION. The noIjlet of...

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 October 1880

AMERIOAN DBIVING. A CflARACfTICI'IC WESTIERN INCIDENT. . filo 1111Bill1 tells a good story ailout a party of Englishmnen traveling on the plains before the Pacific railroad was finished. They catme rumbling into LIa ratmic abusing the driver and thel coadh and the "blarstcd country" generally, A becarse, they averred, there was Ino "coaching or driving outside of IEn gland." Their contenmpt of all things American was shown in the most otlihi sive nuatner to all the lpeopl0e standing around as they alighted. It happened that Bob Scott, the Iinest driver and the moat reckless dare-devil on the plains, was to take the coach to the next stni tion, eight miles west from Laramnie, .[ auida that gay John heard the reumarks to of the Britishers ho slowly iande lp l his mind to give them Ia specimen of puroly American coaching. The stable-hoys led out six colts that looked ts if they 1lul1 never heard of a coach beforo; they ilj reared and snorted, plunged and kicked, It until the nobhl Bri...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 October 1880

_. ti au~g~ / / TRI.WEEKLY. VT. E~. Le3VZ%7P. Z'ulC asher. tV3SRZZ O a L. *M s 5 *OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY. 5w VOL. 2. "BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1880. NO -L=_=-~====__________-;~--4 z W o cý 4 tRi I'l ATTORNEYS. 11,,,. Una. specil atlnutttion 1ivc.n to the 1ol. J1.1 I11 tf ul'l'ollu s. ltakillg esttlllllnou llll Id |"r ta.o r:, uln. awl to all other imatters requirlnl tihe S i io ;In A\tto'rney ol' N trl' inll 111t I hilt'i- i !la aon l'olgeC. api1 v'iilI ,.4. IA N(4, A'rrollNEY ANI' COUNsEI.otI * At Law, Donaldsonivilh,, Li. Will priacu. lice in all the courts of the State of Loulishiana. r HI 10 . I. DUPIEE, Atlrou1E I andlll Counsehlor at Law. Othtiee-No. i, Pike's JRow. Ilitlti lhilige, Lia. Will jtractice in the .artle and Fdcleral Courts. L ERRON c& E3IALE, I A tORNEYl anld COiNaKI,il. AT LAW. Office ,I North ulevard sihw treet, cnear thie post olic, ialton ,ouge, On. Will attlhnd to all law husi .iu:s cntiiuitt'l to i tht i litis ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 October 1880

A HORRIBLE REOITAL. hi [Chambers' 3lecellahy.J aj The following story in takeu from a m law book which is considered good au- at thority, and was compiled from criminal t1 ecords of the coutrts at Edinburg, Scot- di land : I listory contains no parallel to the hor- tl rible cruelties and robberies that were ai oinuittced by one Sawney Beane, a ti Elcotclhtlan, in the reign of King Janes I, w before he came to the crown of England by the demine of Queen Elizabeth. ci Sawneiy ]lentlo wals borli about eight or aielo miles castward of tilhe city of Edin- a bnurg, in tihe counity of East Lothian, of Il ,parents who went a llhedgitng andi ditch- g ing for their daily hbrcad, antd who a brought up this, their bloody-minded child, to the salme occupation; but as lie a grew up his disposition to idhleuess not t peirmitti g him to follow aun honorable k employmeit, he left his father andl C imother, and ran into the contry, where, . lillowiug a, most wicked life, aid taking w np with a woman...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 October 1880

IF WW5I7ES WERE HOIRSES. rey di-' t-r callr him To, or Jack, or. Ilo 14;14' :1 141d4 hiow in'a we'd ride (1Try, but always spoke of tw hit' as "Jo-re seph's brother." And it wasjust as sin-p guar that they didn'ght oall him "Joe" in-w. m stead ,f "Joseph" wien speaking of th t IIJ~ilt. l The two had a wagon iD the banD, dragghig itself toward the Black Hillps! __ day by day and mile by mile. T'hey" mess- c ed by themselves, scarcely spoke to each r other, and1 their lives and their actions e a sort of mystery to the rest, whoa'. 1 ',.t' . ofo4 he. nt t 44,14'f,+ _ were a j olly set, drinking, carousing,1 figrting and playing card .and wishing 1. Sfo,. a brushd with the Indians. Some said 4 4that Joseph was a f'',itive from justice, 4 ==and that hie we iraternize with i them f 1,.ir feare .o4 .. f' _,'mself when :l ýi -44 t1: '4''e."l l. i' fit 14 ~ t'k. 't 41444 1introgatd. i ...Iit i 4Lo fi ght he felt too proud to mix with society, and betwe.n r t ihe two theories she had nearly a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 October 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, OCT. 16, 1880. National Democratic Ticket, FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. DARKNESS, The Marksville Review muakes the following timely remarks, and sug gests some action on the paut of the Press Convention : "A new era seems about to dawn upon Louisiana, consequent upon the successful completion of the jetties and railroad connection with Texas; and while we hail with joy this prom ise of a brighter day for our beloved State, this'infusion of life and energy into its physical system, we cannot afford to be unmindful of the moral and intellectual development of her citizens, necessary to keep pace with the progress now foreshadowed. As we look around and survey the means and appliances furnished to draw out and develop the intellectual growth of her sons, we are confronted with the startling fact that un...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 October 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. unesdan's Edition. 'IThe thermometer stand" 77 in the shalde to-day. Some little excitemient occurred on Lanrel str'eet, on SuIIInday, bLyV a rutiI-away which took place. No damtago resulted, nA the horse, with buggy Mttachcd, was aoon stopped. Owing to the accident; which took place on the steamer Gay on he]r way up the rivc.r, all shilnwent :ot cotton was delayed until yesterday, w'ihen :It;.' hal'es were shippeld. :M1aniy Imln w~ho strongly idvo iete self government have to a(klnowledge ;, higher power evelry time they eniter the door of their own l welling.-Misldle tow n 'I'ranscrilft. Mr. Isidore Irwinthal, a lfrGntr rabbi of this city, now located ni. Ian Antonio, T'ex;as, has I.been spending a tfew days with his lady ait the houle pt' her parents, Mr. and Mis. lflock. Mr.; Lewinrthal is a cultured and affabllile gentleltltl. At It regular meeting of the Hebr'lew Congregation Slhatr:ii Cha:ed, held Sunx day, October 10th, the tbilowing otlicers were elected to ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 October 1880

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 October 1880

AMERIOAN DBIVING. A t'IIAltraiT E rI"T( WET11:I; INCII4I;N I. liaI'fulo hill t'lls a good tlorly abount :i party of Ei;glishm4lll3ll tIracvelinIg 0,n tll-. 1p1111ins b1,f1r' thl 'a:ocilic' :1 ilr181 walas fnihll'4d. 'Thi'y rm13e rumn1lilil3g into I,:I ra ii , alh sing. the driver 1341l th.' 4'oat'h SItll i the "ll'irtd ( lt')lUltry" g nr:11 Ially, beiica'lr , l, 114-y Ia v't're'd1 , 33 l41,', 1:1x1 1o' -,,oalhling or driving . obtle of l".n IihlI." 'l'hel'ir contempt 1 of 1 il things Amlllri'lnill wis SlowVIi ill the nogb1lt otl'ln ice Il4l lanerl to all flhe people stalliilng arnl ,s1 they aligiht'd4. It Jillal,),1,t14 tlhatl, Bob Scott, thile' linnt dri.' .r 1,L tilhe' most r,,ckliess dlar)l0-d1.\il on tilhe, ,i15l, wMas t0h tkte tihe c.oacht t' the n,.xt si, tion, eight 4mil4s w,.st 'I'11411 lar:ami4', a d a:114 tIhat gay .14s111 h1 a,41l1 thil' r',,lll4lrk1 of it' lh,' irit ishi'r Ii.' Io41Ilv 11:1114' 1,1) his 14in l to give' th1 ,1 a sp31J' 'i, " of 3 t" r,'ly Ameri'an 4'4a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 October 1880

TIE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN May t THE SWORD. inlltn Ieiti.til \ I' , {'".I i ll n i+ IIl 1 l'i \i' l + .\ti a ll At ti clo et ' ( Illlil ,Mo d' 's t cio oflu' Il,' t 'I I--.\A, i. 'iat ion Io' L iot i .il ta, ai t fi',it'v t , d h ' 11,1n Itvl 'ea ii t 11 s(ii'lti(iftl. Next to tihiem we r8 e t (li:l:t 11 1 (ºl o l ls. (;rotwhy's ( hll . i til It< ta rant.,' o ll fyt tt' St iiirt, 1by iecl tioi ' i l' it i'll;l . t tel 11 Ili 'lollt l n'u ., tin; h ali'e of the ditil 0 rt a w- o Inity. At tht'e hit lintel i,our, tihell h g t .e t, ic thi: s4ij i k  t ,tlil it tlstei P eite fully tvrrialg+d , li l ,IeId in th II 'liii , - Fl t o f l' thri ' it' t d Si'es of a s u' aI '. A tl hi h ,a 111 , i centre, i li'' deni i lt i e- u lit (t l 1, l i t 1 1 fd $i ulln , Mt dl, l ii to h i', I i right and leftt.te t mll ,'rhl ot f the t AMociaitiol. Next to them, werei setated at lh ge llllltller' of 'o r L roi i ll ll Pn cut citizens.'W Withlu(tt cartnti ia l, I hit ,ignti l of the attaIck wals...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 October 1880

TRI.WEEKLY. '. or '":, ..} OFFICIAL OOURNAL OF THE PARaIH AaD CaITY. -w , .o; VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1880. 14< MM B -e I w S 0Lc ATTORNEYS. - V. I' E rro, L~TuY At LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton tonuge, La. Speelal atteitlon gienl to the col. lection of accounts, taking t.sttlnioy ulnder corn. milston, and to all other nmatter, rteluiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of Went Baton Rouge. apr4 v'2u.13 H [ . LANG, A'rrOINEY ANDCOUNBILOII *l. At Law, Donaldsopville, La. Willl prac. tice In all the courts of the State of Lolusiana. r'IHOW. B. DUIPREE, AnaOnNEY • and Counselor at LawO . Offit-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State ancd Federal Conrts. IT JR ON & IEALE, I ATnQJt tYs and CousNtwLoti AT LAW. Office on Noath ,Bouleard street, near the poet office, saton Ruage, La. Will attend to all law busi nea entrusted to theum lin this and adjoining parishes. A.S . Herron ........ ........

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 October 1880

jj*; " N .;\sII1; s I 1'j j "tiI :r nlit I n uiin' I ri ,u24 i~lu I II4. National ~ )emocratic Ticket. IV. S. llANCOC ( )( , ()O f I'dl . y vl :Li •'-. 1 ,11 l " V I ( ' !: I ' ; I: ,:-l l ) ,º L T WILLI*AM H. ENGLISH, ),' INI)lANA.. FION. E. W. ROBI RTSON, I:'],', JL I, I } m ', REPUBLTUICrAN DESPERATION. .N o r L It 1M 1 4It . l 'I4) III.'T -4., 1y levyin~ a tax nn til. am!f (I I"4''d'rl1; o4i4r'-hohl14'r, i4m l,44it'ii4t1 u ' 4ro' s fr4mn the ( utlh lland lt4it4;;1u;: lcrowds of while relwa' l(teºr: f'llroml th s4urcs have l elt ' n 1 hur1'1d1 R Ion in lm(i il444, the itlbll4iclln m l1,nger's ha1,,41 sneceede('d il ,:htaiuin1_ a ,li4jri4 , of ti,000 over the l'argely increased I)'u4 oc0atic vote il that lt-tahe. " Relying on thu eftfel he i1' ol (.m111y bought victory they nx, 4ow o114r,1t, ,) curry on au L gresCi i runpsai throughoutltl' t , ) l 44enti 'v i hcnl . 1.o'ti .he" well ,knollO1'( that the real bIact' ' i. s -l i i! to be Iought. The ,lt.t (lladv'ies 1conuv th1 ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 October 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. l)istricLt ('ourt opened yesterday. Ladies', mime's and childlnL's shoes Flightly damaged, at one half their val Ewu, at Rosenlieit's. The stearor Jessie :K. Belle took on :,(0 bales of cotton at Bayou SarM on her last trip. A large shipment for so small a town. The shipment of cotton front this place on tminday last aolunlllted to ,1 ,111 hl , a steady increase of la fuew hales each week. The collection of hack taxes lipromise;, to he exceedingly large; thlis year, though it was predicted that ,he peI'oplc geert ally wonuld be slow to' take advantage of the constitutiotnil provision on this sunbject. The steamer R. E. Lee passed Blaton Ibamge on its last trip odown with 471i1, bales of cotton, whicih was tihe boss trip of the seasnll. Timc river packets will now real) a rich; harvest, as the season is fairly OlpnedI ----I- Gov. John McEnery and Major Rich ardson, were in our cit- on Sunday, hav ing availed themselves of the White's. lightning run to visit iatoln Rou...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 October 1880

AN ARDENT LOVER. IY KATY RUK. Hlls name was Jacob. It had been his father's before him, and his father's. 'The Storms were a hard-working, noney.gotting ram,., Jawl Storml, the fattler of our hero, constantly said that "he couldn't se why under the shiillin' sun a man needed an oddication; 't any Moreo'i noough to reckon his crops iiard icattle." Jacob the younlger hadl onlce expressed a desire to attend school out of town ; but Stormll, snlior, killed his ilambitioni in that respeict with a few words. "The old red mchool-honheiL wias good enough for your father and your grand fatlher, and whell you gCt all you can heore, I'll Ilid plenty of work for yrll ; it sha'n't be said that one of the old Storli hblood over hired oult to work for strangeors." T'lhe liihalbitan ts of I'nneyville wire not all conservatives of the tl'orm order. None of rich farnors wore in oollcge, daughters of hard-working falihers and mlothers were away at school, and1 Putneyvil li fil their ilheiiinee, when...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 October 1880

.. ... .. ..a j S. TRIIN-WEEKLY. JTZ c ,c Z *ltrr. OFFICIAL JOtURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880. 4< Q s Q U Id 04k W W x lý CZO oo an dC P4CP w O :4 l '11'. 1 '111' 1, ,,l i'y \r I.\u Iunll •* l N l 1111 i' 4-lil'l Iiu . 1 ,\lh-1, \\',t I nalhMP i1 1 I ,l i II I , i' ll l Ik It ll t l1 4 In ; i lel If I,., nl l I d1, 1 11itl i uiu111i ti , t t, liuI l1,-icl 1Ntii I, 'jl1il 11i 1o,1, t u (tl l t a11 111 t p lllll 111 1 tt11 in l,latirll : tih l, 4.1h, 11,1 f li tl'I ' n 1 nll'1 N tryIV1 I .i l l h. lpuril P.11 11.114. 111 Unity . On, 't l. i I . I,. ( i, .\ A 4i W , t nl . I. Cf , n .i.. t * I 1t, IuL , D14 al4 n v, I- . Will,, L pi Viii i4nt: i4 in aitl I l11 11ii1i, r ; i l t ,o l , I Ili'l iu I ;AniL , lia st. fi t l 4)S.I u i. u . I lli I \IVi l 'lii ,' AilrriltluN , I1 I O 1i &.( l "itlCAl l H, lltiI I hla i i i l,( MElii AT isAW. O fii 11 I ii . hi" i ,ug , La. hu l al d I n :uu l aw h11 i.i .\.:'. Ilct-l 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. — 21 October 1880

II;OY, ,I,1''ltl;ýl4;1i[, I!:tlitoir· iul~t .Itrlwsllc~mn nlllnusil "r. I National Democratic Ticket. W. S. ItANC(OCK, I ()1f ' I ni sylvarrI t. i ol t, V i ' l I' li l ºllik N 'l', WILLIAM H,. ENGLISH, OF" INDIANA. . 1; I.4ili ( I N( IN.t! TS.U " HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, BE'LL BE ELEOTED IN WASHING TON. (' 1 l. tmi glIt , 11( IJ l l lici n 11 ,imli-N (I11'' r ly reI' ortd 4 llHl1 I o41 ur 4 t,1 1 1s to (liive 4r' ' Iarl' el, t'( hlil llll  I1( 11/1) arr'y 1,1i, itr'i'seIs of' El.19, \1141 WVest. IItloIIn ong will that ws all he canred 1'1r, Its h( Iolhhintly exp cli'edl Io bei e41ated by IIhe s I thplii' ii n maljorily, 4ho1 ,I heii'e; Ihle Ih one i II (l Mo 1s ' of , tel 'resel'l('llt 4 i vP s. We hosil ', In' his mlll., tilhat hi' has hul; mlisrepreenll d, il.s ( I8 4 ill %I -ll;,l ila'r i the lightl of ole who h114141. in ol mennl4 cont'elmI11 I hIt 'i w ill of Ii he 'II " i e0, %\Ih lllll in !l'l , 1s e l'e 'llre(','illl, \Vhen it, i;1 c' , idtie l 'rd i hait, l 'ul. Si ith's ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 October 1880

( rj-icelily E3ap~ir tlian LOCAL MATTERS. (ol. W iln. l'3r'lsi3n ,J hl3,4lstu , tau we nl, leavs Washiltonll City l). r INe'w :rl' hI.. t '- ;0lay. Ith 1 will, the'refl re, I'. ;, hI .. Jp4-st :iI. the I liver .ityly iiIn a ry 4, 1 . I'. I'. 1 1 'Il nhor14 t , IIn m11341 13 ol .: :il tni lln es. lhatl, :li'ltld by c'om,'li.p - I1 -rl'l' (it llo 'lr , ,she w ill c(1 ' tin3 fIll' l'4.i 4".t~1 la3utly oIa r11- , by lher dc4e. asil.t ,d bhm.· ul. Shw is an inldistiri, s holy, ý%ith a lhanily I . su:l3rl, au l sho lhl I.. l,'a roniz,.,l b} ,4'1 r n'elrllf u 'l lls In li". .flnd, ('h;a,. M\Vei-a, 1h1. .lh.r\,.vedcl ,ol"Il:u' ( 1'irniI 'bi lge' , Ihas Ih'n'-, in 41111 ,'il ::ir'e Mo, lday l t l, whither- be hlar o11lrI' I, ;,lit-i' Ii ' ,l.l4433 ( , n a l4mo.,n , hi. ltan\,y fri,,lls. "'is, l,, l i I,.Til b0 n ,, o hI.tit r ',orl 'dl "altars in l'rien.tlshil,'s 'l4 ''.thý'4-, l. l , fi. r s1i' , e flirt ' Im'l past hasi ;Oci 1 dry a 3llll 4lh'r,. 11' a , 4\4l'hlr4h' to tlI, g Icr ' 1ci...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 October 1880

..N G ICE TO DELINQUENT Tn ItJD Ul I! DR r lIE T'ime allowed for payment of back Taxes Igt9 Cor 1. witho lit costs and peinalties will expire on io :llat day of lIecellber next. All lcoi ts and ilnaltis will r(,Vivo alter that date, and thlo collcctin of oback ta'n:s enlorceL aicclrdiig NERVC to Act No. J17 of 180. J. W. CA 'rES, Sherifi nd Tax Colhector. :anted al J. J. APDEVgIEbE al 11 DR. BIL .1)EALER IN- hasrei Ld a groi Groceries Liquors. anon ass EAR CORN, LIM[E, HOOPPOLE YFLATBOAT Ag[NT1 1851 All orders Itr (;oods in t.1hw o linh will re c,/.,;, plolili,t ;ittcltio,,. l), ls ,,nlyi li,'irst-,: ss B i u.tiCefo, 8li ih :is ae suith d to this se ution of colntry. Call and ecxamin lfor yonrMslv.es, March 6, 1880. v31n4v. R~ed- s-tick Vee DRUC STORE! gol (Establishedil in 1x70.) er. (i CORNER OF AFRICA AND SOMERULOS STS. vn7 1'roprietor ' - E1PSl ((ONST \N'TlY ON II.AND n full K assoimeiu t of l)rags iiand Medi'is,." 'hin wals, lPatt Miedicin's. 'Tailot Sotips, PIerfrunwelry Nail...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 October 1880

"r i 1 ra"ý :,t' ·2 : :'' r cr ; TRI-WEEKLY:.,'_ t77. .~. ~LeSt-EVR, Pu.i1Luh.r. L. ST $2 x', E ýtot OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY, f r su~oo; VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER. 23, 1880. N 0i z D o 0 x rz. ý w ATTORNEYS. {' NV. POPE, ATIOJLMNY Ar LA.w ant t* Notary Public, Port Allen. West Batoi Roiige, La. Special attention given to the col littion of accounts, taking testimony iunder conm -,,ision, and to all other matters requiring tIh attention of an Attorney or Notary in the patisl o"' West Baton Rouge. .pr24 v-til: 8I S. LANG, AnTOHNEY AND COLCNSELo .1.• At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rl'HOS. B. DUPREE, ArroNEm ! and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike': Itow, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in thi tState and Federal Courts. I ERR ON & BEALE, SA'roaHNE: - and COt XNELORH AT LAW. Otlff on North Bouleu .;ed .treet, near the post office Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrus...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 October 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Rurdine»n Manager BATON ROUGE, OCT. 23, 1P80. National Democratic Ticket FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvanin. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOil CONGRESS, RON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Fast IBaton Rouge. HE'LL BE ELECTED IN WASHING. TON. Col. Smith, the Republican catdi l date for Congress for this District, is -currently reported on our stretets to have remarked, that he would carry .the parishes of East and \West Baton Iouge and that was all he cared for, as he confidently expected to be seated by the Republican maljority, should there be one in the i louse of Representatives. VWe hope, for his sake, that heI hlis been misrepresented, else ihe will up pear in the light of f one who holds in ;supreume contempt the will of the peo ple, whom he seeks to represent. Wh\len it is consid(ered that ('ol. "Snith's file leader, Garliield wlas a pro Inhtine t iIstmitntueit ill comliling tlhe vote of Louisiana for lIayes in I7;, it is not...

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