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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 November 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. gesdan'5 Odition. The shipping and levee business was lively Sunday. Snbseribers who fail to receive their papers, will please notify us. See Witting's Thanksgiving Day an nouncement in another columa. Thurs day next is the day. Col. Herron and Messrs. H. Skollield and Alvan E. Read returned from the eity Sunday morning. Don't forget the Cincinnati "hog," muchly moving around the country. Our people, by the way, are beginning to clamor for a tax on drummers. Onr merchants are beginning to re ceive their Christmas goods, and soon their show windows will fash with the beautiful articles suggestive of the holidays an1(1 their happy hours. At the latest accounts, steamboats were paying $125 per month to roust abouts, the negroes having struck for that amount. And still the Cincinnati drummer is not happy. Mr. T. Sambola Jones has been on a visit to Clinton since Friday last. What his intentions are, "sweetly speaking," we are not prepared to say; bat rumor leaves no doubt...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 November 1880

WHO DOUBTS ? --J itr .tlD.lWW EAterY. the Who itulbts thrin Is a (od on high, ellt Btarnalin HieB might, ti Wuild rounbt the, forming of tb . earld, I fr nutl that giveP as light; da While all th, brilliant orbs that "blne- - TI'h worlds on wotrld on high- Are sho inug foilh bl mglhty wor ks IC On tarth. and sea, and sky. of llthuiti themn muttt b'thr ist, ld,., 'tbu haIlnti crirterall : 061 Omnitlpllenilt mot b.' flh. vote, ho 'rhl s dith, tb, plu,'ts all. 00 And who rtnld tIrmune thbi wand'rnas world. '110 glo ti'tl itr skeptic's thll' Co'. W dib .ll its rust +ubhlilty If I'ot the' ( hient uprleme 'an Ilspipre(i t fit ' th light aln d lit,' 8hlowtn, to tll i matcht~,es powert', an Anid what is d(n. tlrl' man. tet YV.t hb r'e is iuaOte lilt) ,,oa r,,nh.nd' Ili wondets thait apper,.bo Or now this unul'vlonrs wo'ld ial s fin t.dI Anti pl.hcd within its .phterl'. Co be Hit r 11l ih, trt'i' and Iplantsatri ' t'ow . be I'poln th t'ie,', ing earth, W tth ill h thei living., rvathing t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 November 1880

AN HISTOMIUAL BEMINIS0ENE. i!.brew Leader. ''I). atih," Mays Salollht tt, '"i the chitef rweUtlmrai'rlce'r of the ac(tions lone in the s flesh by the' mae whom the grim sergeanut overtakes," and we are reminded by the c demise ot'rla old sailor who expired a1 fie days sinlce at. Montrose, Scotland, I that there still linger a few survivors who took part in some ,f the desperato 1 sna-lights between lritis:h ant American frigates In the war of' I't. On the 7th 1 of January, 17i, a chitd wMa born at s 1erryden, near Montrose,Jamaes Coatll by ! uanae, who started life as a cabin boy, at ' the early age of six years, in a Sc,$thtp liMhing v&a.el. 'The lad fnnnd his way to Col,,nhagen, when, in st01, Nelson was lying oft' that city, which be bshortl proce',edd to humb ard. The ('centaur, at seventy-fliat gun-ship, was uailer Net- I In's orders at Copnlhaugea In l~t'1, and I again in 'T'rafalgtar in 1'º, annd in both of thbes' actions ,Jant's C'oull worthily 1 bore his part among ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 November 1880

W(LRD3 OF WISDOM. 1o !1 ;dit'r of tbe Ciipitoliarli 1 h1av4 niot(4ed the uoorsr ld lan te' of l thel(' ('A.r'Ii4I.IAN sii'e our defeat with J grlnl pl11surnte, for public Mentiment will l14 1,u,,ll'11d4 by the pretn, and much re4,polsii.ility 'r4ntm upon it. 'I ho situation, ltn it now stan(ds, dle 111nds a1 v'ery high order of statenllaln shi!, on the' part of the' South, anl we I hllo41d not go( off 'balflcorlt 'ked,"' but sholuld 1,(1 calr. iulpassionat'e 1111d1 level liSu; iedl . ''ihl' i04s11'e ]restlntedl to the Alerirea C lpeple Ih is ildt'd41 I tiullAltons 014ne; it is sin l py ''mtillnuld (.Con'stitutilontl] (,'ov' ernnl11n11 or ('cntrralized Inperimlistn, the o4bjc4"tiv,' plhinit of the Reiiublicn party, iliad very much will depiu(tld Ilupon tlhe co4rl's" tse' t' South : if we' stand firm n Icnl ''Nobl," it will be 11 difticult matt4er n tfor thei 1IlI.ra'lists to llrry their point. IIt it' we tflIter. then inl414ed thelre will Ibe r,joih'ing in the (camp' of the oninsly....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 November 1880

, Af jl .A h rl~3~P~-it /I PVT. R. ZoVý R >iirhr ;,ýý!ý i ý ý'i , ! L. 7 9.i& Pý$TI 7tib OFFICIAL JOURNAL ofP TH PARIH AND QrTT VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESD.A NOV4EMI ER' 30, '$Q >WJ }:} {tLtº iý ;1i. Amnon" A . TTORNEYS. 14),A I~~oVQY~ ci1· I wWI ((1 } #4f 'vAiC 'II J I rWIIi ' r~jt4 W ill! 'hltrol ttM l o i iih Mtrooetn, fta1hJmn h ,l Ch, . C 1. P 1 ilM, Aftoft U *a1 irLAtrano Notary I'nhIb:, Part Allhe, Wftest Baton lougt', L.A. spoloral attention fven to tnl col. It'ci1 l u oit ot, ollul, taking test111oy1 unlder coal 1119411t11 and to all other maott1rs1 roequirl , the i N?!L ( , Arlul}onA Y AJo1)Col rnuok. I1. 0.r t, I Poo11Unvid4 l e, La. WIll prac" tico in ll toh ci 'nl io th1 e of State of Louniniana. dll cIouunýwluioa ut 14W..Q1> Ui-;I\. t, PaYk's, aJiti UslluL at 4u w . Will .Totitq 14uo, !lute dust Vftehrnt (.)fink.' LITC tik'tON & Ik ALE, o.th,', 1Iao(1W olrdSIthdOIt, acurilj UF*4O o, lituto R(ouge, La, WVll atteud to al lw buds. feel enttrnite...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 November 1880

J0TRM8 d *uak.aees u anagerr !!:i oI 0ooi THE TAX-RIDDEN OITIE.. . It in not uucoBmmonw to hear colt plaints of the rate of local taxation, and there is a pretty general improes sion that the levy of Noew Orleans is hligher than in most American cities. We have compiled the following table, showing the rate of taxation, both State and city, and the munic ipal debt, as reported by the New York Chronicle from .time to time, that our citizogs may, compare their burlen4 with tleue.orte under other Iical governmentt: City State Tax rait, 'Ta Rate, #100 , #$100 Debt Albany.*.........2 84 .45 1 3,740,0 Atlanta......... 230 .3, 2,19 'Hiftimore........ 1 37 .1e 3,0593,78 iatn.......... 140 49,030,153 Irno al....... 2 55 ,49 45,717,5300 ulvhlo.......... 1 71 .4, 10,907,000 . zhabeetoa .....1 2 00 .43 5,29,00000 Chbricaq...... . 86 .. '10,675,000 Ciectnoati...... 2 5 .95 "4,195,000 Pladvelha .. . 1 1 1 ..20 591,000 Urlvaaetn..... 350 .;s 15,400.000 s ta eCty...... I 8 .. 16,80,000oo Lanles "rl...

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

ir'ri-1ikeelyQipitolian LOCAL MATTERS. Joshua Healaunswers to rolmil tall today I ong our advertiscrers by anoutnciug a fireh :arriv;rl f tll kiud$ of Nie Nane. Head.wlhat lhe nayes n tre sabjeat. Edward Wittiag, has osesi id be prosnical in describing his fresh arrivals . of stock. He cornes out in Sbakepeari- 7 an style to-day. Look at his ,outical L A ýffusionn. A 0 I)KW#AI.KS. -We are glad to see that I i number of our citizens are at work, re- D pairing their sidewalks, thus rendering 8 nselesu the cooling nottleations of theA Aduinistratoro of Improvements. T; Major Muclith, at lº' sanetun, oa last t4ntnrday, gave Uns a inttodneCtion to Dr. Emilo Sntuder, of the City ospital of Mt. Louis, i1 agreeable g' tleman, N who is n oit a eanureo tour to this section. w On the cneio occasion, we were pleased to nr et Col. I)u Lae, also of St. Louis. Cntfishtown is in a pitiable condition during this spell of wrotched weather, as it in,alwayn, in fact, when there is a t* rain fall. We ea...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 November 1880

NITPINGI A WAY. lipping ~w,)--lipping away! (hit i iu' inn tlt' y'esar a1n m lips tll Mt : A oId 1',inteI'r tinigin, illt o ut iumnt Ir Weipst And1it noriw 1sn111tth, nslo Ie1na5ngosr 4it141 AnIu lIil dayN ils ar short anti tlh nights use nrit A 4ist liii It l et sih o t 111n is tli li 1 4 111 Ill 41.111; It upl ati wsy t Ilne morni tng 'timn: itI Iha ull It I ii ty lii It41 lifting rhyme-i -FIl' the gtnce goes1 out1 of tle Illy l4)m51,11, An.P tI' tied 1hnan gihtie in I the glais of 31s5n3, Anit the. wy iimns, long tii the hills' tit ht li I'ider the aln iii'o tsie wiateais sky. lllhingi away i or Ihe intelndls Wle worth iratt uat glow to the 5li4iil old auith:t Iu,1o by one thelIy stipIon f tour 'ight t hns' by iniw their griavel gltnngs whilet ti isNIY ru it sim liti. iy the ltrute' deat h (If a t ' eitLt list a'ysit, to a ssssssdmured fourth. Slippiig inway asre the hopetnii (that n1ate itiles uto t ut 5ntrogw', nood suit ii ut' oi shiiet S;tippinsg Vaway is iui' hontl on tlte; ...

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

"a I I II Apr O-.J4T& VXZ " oFFIoIAL JOURNAL OF TRE PARISH AND CITY. y VOL. 2 BA ON IOUG,, LOUISIANA, THURSD\A Y, DECEMBER 2,, 1880.  i ,. ..,,,.... . Id(!I.JII"I ).(. IiltN E T Y-4I.At- eli lie liii 11 1e eec. ANI 'esuc lt Al'e N A ls . -Wsf 11=iii " l1//Qpl plI,1 1FI U lrItIalw /1·(1111111 11111111'Iu 01t411 1 $11'P.1, h0.w(Iroly IIIICI lll Ibis1 I ue l l II rieeie Ii (tt' IN, IJl lt IlIsesgs, lee. I W .11111 1 "1111 "\(,)(3 o 11:, ý1' I (1()I(AI AW 111111L tiieie'e N i i IIi tii 11 1 i sIt Ii i s i tilt cites.el , el l. l I i y 1its l Ne i 'll I lil iII, Pi t I c I. ' I " II k ttts.zli4tC so l tcoon m i1 11111( 111111 I~ (() 1111. 1111 1114-111 1.I' N II. I li 1,111, e~ci j SIinS.~ lII.(~ Id IU 11 I Itii r)Ec A'rfsillnti JIMeic 1111uletes11es l , i, 1u1, W ill Insi like, Sits'N l111 s1 N 31114. Alt. 1 ~srwc~lynl A I'IIIC~ tisi' c irc n111NNY,4ltllp 3 I ,11 el I, . stel Ciii \ ,ii la eeet. W ill tlci s.its N se Is li u sc ctl eel sIc ' I, useiti ' l It tee jisees sels, Iletit...

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

~N J TREMXJU, IC r hd S ineg ýMr npteu tz -DO" -v-- T R~O'1PO4"&" ~, i Wood is sAlling at 3$10 a cord in Austin. A porcelain factory has been es tablislied in New Orleans. Bishop Feehan has assumed the oliked Arobbishop of Chicago. A bsttali6n of guards 800 stýong I has been ordered to4reland. i Owning to the bad condition of the c r~-nds a fuel famine is Imminent in t Dallas. t The Duke of Medina, a brother4in law of Don Carlos has been ordered 0 t leave Spain. t * ---~--*w-.-.------ The New York board of Aldermeon arle considering the propriety of for- I bidding the " Passion Play." Lord Landsdowne, an Irish land lord has flown from his Merry estates, to lnglaml, in fear of his life. The situatiom In Ireland is assuiu ing a more threatening aspect and V serious troubles are apprehended. i A white man named Durbin was t shot and killed by a negro nan~ed b Azbury, on the Isuaga place in Ten- t, sas parish last week. o A negro mob assaulted two police men in Mobile lately. With,...

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 December 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. No one will sm'ne.!ed in great things unless he first sneered in sumall things. To Ie both acc'eptarble and agreeable ill society, it behooves one neither to see nor rem'ember ia great many things. An important meeting of the Board of Supe'rvisors of the Louisiana State Uni versity aid A. &. M College is to take place, on Mondlay. Wilmot II. (loodale, EsI., returned froml New Orleans on yesterday morn ing. Hie will please accept our thankse for a file of lite, paperrs. It is lnt enoliulgh in this world to ''mean well." We ouglIht to do well. Thought fulness tlherfore becomes a duty, and gratitude' one of the graces. 'leac.h a c·hil what lie will understand in the simphle's, and not in the hardest wordsl-in the wonrd which sink deep est into his seul and lay most hold upon his lihert. Ow ing to the had weather and the slushy e'nrlition of the roads, business is at a dead stand still. It, is out of the qnestion to le(:xpect the country people to comeo in with their ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 December 1880

ABDUOTION OF A OHINESE JUI, ted bol AN RU'rRAOIDINARY TRIAL BEFORE A Ac MIM5IONARY CONSUL Con IN CHINA. Val The Sta Francisco ChniAicle. net IDr. Lord, a missionary, and also Uni- 1,l1 ted States consul at Ningpo, China, has tiol lately'heard an extraordinary case in F. his judicial capacity. The trial took Pel place bn October 3d, and occupied sli mil days. A number of witnesses were ex- ace amined, and the affair has created no at -·ittle exeltenent among the foreign res iiientp is China. The following are the facts: , tha .J. It. Bnrnaistti employed ah'a tide l surveyor by the Chinese customs at the, pot port of Wenchow, iS Chins, in the der present year, having been in the Gov- der -rt cIptaervwie for sixteen years. Feel- an ing his position uncongenial, as the is- pro land upon which he was stationed in the sac exdcpiibli4f hii AfuMs as lonely, and the ether few re4pnts repagnanttp his net 4s tetn -ite f hlx ; i'iu bfre sitieleh. One yt, ' i hrtly hot before the Chinese New Ye...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 December 1880

W A S A'?ý R, u1Ss rt.O M A 2i T SA M A " ,. i -st ' f , - -r 4 I W. " ý E A O; 0" I* rR }N CITY. L. ~..5T2LSXZ Zdio:. T~TT~U~:TA V.OL2 ~ T~RPY, ~dYID~iA ATTORNEYS. (f C. BIRD, &ToICEr AT LAW. Will V attend promptly to all business intrusted .to him. Office on Couvention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, o A'2rot P Y AT LAW and SNot-y Pblic, Port AleWest Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the eol iection of accounts, taking testimony wider con mission, and to all other matters requiring the .attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish ,of West Baton Rouge. apr2 2n13 U S. LANG, AarolsEY ADCOUNSEL0tK . at .aw, Donaldsounville La. Will prac tice lD all be courW of the Std oftLd nabans. I14HOE. B. DUPREE, ArTro.xa I and Colnseloa at Law. Odece-No..,, Pike's Ro.w, Batou Rouge, La. WI!T ptactice In the State and Fedteral Conrts. HERROIN &, BE ALE, 'ATTUIONEY and COlN:E.eIts A'l LAW. 0huice on North Boulevard sti cet, near the p...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 December 1880

Editorials from Tuesdauj'ss Edition. TIN TAX-EIDDEN OITIES. It is not uncommon to hear com plaints of the rate of local taxation, and there is a pretty general impres sion that the levy of New Orleans is higher than in most American cities. We have compiled the following table, showing the rate of taxation, both State and city, and the mnurifc ipal debt, as reported by the New York Chronicle from time to time, that our citizens may compare their burdens with those borne under other local governments: City State Tax Bate, Tax Rate, 41'100 "'$100 Debt. Albany.........2 e64 .45 $ 3,74000 Atlanta.........2 30 .35 2,191000 Baltimore........ 1 37 .I83 35,023,798 kBoston........... 1 40 .80 42,030,125 Ilrooklyn........ 2 5 .45 45,717,500 Buffalo........... 1 76 .45 10,927,000 Charleston......! 2 00 .43 5,622,000 Chicago..........2 .... 9,675,000 Cincinnati....... 2 5 .21 24,195,000 Clevelandl....... 1 51 .21 .591,000 Elizabeth ....... : 50 .:5 5,400.000 Jecrsey City..... 2 .... 16, 000 I...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 December 1880

SLIPPI1NG AIWAY. 8lipping ay.4 lippiag away ! Out of our brief year slips the MaT ; e And Winter lingers, and Summer flies; And 4orrow abidetht and Plearsure dies; And the days are short ad.tbe nlhbta are long; And little in right, and much M wrong. Ulipping away la the morning time : It beaslot its rytm and litflag rLhy- b For the grace goese out of the day s son, And the tired head aches is the glare of noon, And the way seems long to the hills that lie al Under the calm of the westernla ky. a Slipping away are the friends whose worth Lent a glow to the sad old Earth: di one by one they slip from our sight; stae by one' their grates gleam white': Or we count thenm lost by the crueler death Of a trust betrayed, or a murdered faith. at Slipping away are the hopes that made Milme out of sorrow, and sun outf shade; slippilg away in our hold on life; had eat of the struggle and weary strifer, t PrL jQ s tatdltlanisb and woes that inerste We are slipping away to the shotre of Peace. 11 ...

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

RI.tEbiij~d4&4tzian LEON JASTREMSKI, BATON ROUGE, DEC. 4, 18 O. Wood is selling at $10 a cog. in Austin. A popelain fi4ory4 has Bishop Feehan has amsuan the fflice of Archbishop of Chicag A battalion of guards 800 g has been ordered to Ireland.' Owning to the bad conditlo~  the roads a fuel famine is immine'I in Dpllaas. .. , The Duke of Medina, a brother-in law of Don Carlos has .been ordered to leave Spain. _ . ... . -  : --- ,. The Now York boardof. Atldermen are considering the propriety of for bidding the "Passion flay.2 Lord Landsdowne, ar-Irish -land lord has flown from his Merry estites to England, in fear of his life. The situation in Ireland is assum ing a more threatening aspect and serious troubles are apprehended. A white man named Durbin was shot and killed by a negro named Azbury, on the Isnaga place in Ton ean parish last week. A negro mob assaulted two police men in Mobile lately. With tbhe as Sstance of some young tmen-the ring leaders were arrested. Small ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 December 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. No oner will succed iu great tbinga unless he tirst succeed in small things!. To be both acceptable and agreeable in society, it behooves one neither to see nor rremember a great many things. An por h do t ahough Snp isors foe heomeus a t U ' verso an A. M CollI e to place Mond . Wilmot H. Goodale, Esq., returned from New Orleans on yesterday morn ing. lie will please accept our thanks for a file of late paper. It is not enough in this world to "mest well." We ought to do well. Thought fulness therefore becomes a duty, and gratitudte one of the graces. 'each a child what he will understand in the simplest, and not in the hardest woril-ini the words which sink deep ect into his onal ahd lay most hold uoe his heart. Owing to the bad weather and the slushy condition of the roads, business is at a deadl stand still. It is out of the questionl to expect the country people to come in with their produce. The sugar planters are laboring nnder appalling difficulties to get th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 December 1880

A BROKEI PITCHER "10i I had bees home from Oxford for a diet couple of months, tad as the end of my vaeation wee drawing nigh, one day my brother Arthur and I were sontering be through a lonely vale. his Suddenly my attention was arrested by Arthur, exelsiming: '"I say, Tom, the look !" pointing to a female figure les th ing against an old stile in an atttitude non of the utmost dejeetion, 'What a beau- r tifal thatgitl h.' s. ; bad And obsound boalgh abe-was by the 8s8 dire poverty which was evidenced byI her drees, she was >quPtifl to bbbooi a. abe stood gaiung down, witb n es preslsion of terror In her eyes, upon oas some fragments of broken earthewnre m at her feet. I could not resist the temptation to ar speak, see going up to her side, I said _, kindly--"ly bchild, yes seem in trouble. sus Can't I help you." ab The obild apliftes her eyes a mtuomnr h)e to my face with a strange look, in I which distrust seemed to be the upper- wo most feeling. Then, appearing to gain tie co...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 December 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. un*sdae's Odition. Joshua Beal answers to roll call to-day among our advertisers by announcing a fresh arrival of all kinds of 3iic Naos. Read what he says on the subject. Edward Witting, has ceased to be prosaical in describing his fresh arrivals of stock. He comes out in Shakapead* an style to-day. Look at his poetical efflusions. rSIDV.tWALKS.-We tare glad to see that a number of our citizens are at work re pairing their sidewalks, thus rendering useless the coming notifications of' the Administrator of Improvements. Major Machet, at his sanctum, on last Maturday, gave us an introduction to I)r. li"mile Studer, of the City Hospital of St. Louis, an agreeable gentleman, who is on a pleasure tour to this section. Oni the samne occasion, we were pleased to meet Col. Du Lac, also of St. Louis. Catfishtown is in a pitiable condition during this spell of wretched weather, as it is always, in fact, when there is a rain fall. We earnestly urge upon the special committee on...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 December 1880

C581. lI#UL Thise clons NVOLVING TWO WELL KNOWN to FAMiLIES. carefi .sure A SAP SMVORY WHICH . PLACES Thb MR. RANI( ILOWA D IN dastia A BAD LIGHT. Thy to prE " -Mrs. WAS IT A MOCK MARRIACE? separ New Orleans States. co T'he details of one. of those sad episodes still 1 which cause so much misery and sorrow were to those coucerned and which create I wha; is known as a "sensation in high t life," has just c1eae to fight. The story in this case is romantic and th interesting in the extreme, and yet its eJ dark side is full of wretchedness and de spair for the victim, a beautiful and sao codrplished lady, belonging to one of the vi best known families in this city. The whi lady in question is the daughter of the late William S. Pike, to whose public Fi spirit New Orleans is indebted for many substantial enterprises. She has been married twice-her first Mrs. husband being the late Mr. GrayDoswell macr and her second husband-but this is an- was ticipating. The man in the history about app...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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