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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 December 1880

k ss p) g W;s5.ýVE'RI4 l hr O xC LJO A Of 'LIRE I 4OL BATON ROUGE, LOUSLNA,` TU $D Y DECE ý'R r VOL.i Z ATTORNHN EYS. " . .. . w , .v r f 'tu v...Fý,........r\y...wiI..w~w..'.. C.:. "I FJI, .ºrhnll At LAW. Will )J. H , ý Il4( 1 4 )II(' II a. all Ikt 1 )144 ituttlUNtO t Ill hIim. 4041ii.. 4011 llluv4lltiO1) attest, between C I fV. I'( P , A'r(IoKT AT LAW 1141 Rolae,', I,g. i4I'4ii nl*ttenIltion given to the col. h 4'114040 vi 404 4.40111110, uikiy t I liljj o1o n Undel r VIIIII. lolr1tW144 Ml Wi Uj'tJ ltarne t~ttItlltll tdl r i itcfllill *iI' ll Att44lflCy or NoturY ill tilhe ihliil 111 11'44M at li t'lol i41tl'u. . IljMIL4.1I0iJ ( t ,. LAN( i, AAloMNKt ANUCQJNItiLIAUI 11. w, 4·ll4ilrl4 , a. Will prac 41re 111 till citt * 434 1110 S U of IQidllalls. j 114 I)S. 11' . 1) I'iil.4rNW l Y11 k'l at40 c tly40Fat1i4º. it LowI. Mince!-.No. 41, Ptkv'r iL4Iw, ila tuý4l Li. ~ Wti IprNlwist ill thw 4tull, 1(11,111 i l444 ('4I1 1.4i t I. 1LON & J U.1ALJE, II 411i l4 1411 Uuc( ,COt NNuKI AAr Id...

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 December 1880

Wditov a uy M MAT1 t '7, A RAILROAD SUBatIPIION. lelerring to tihe growth of Natchez, we took o alsioi last week, to point to thi entbrprise of her citizens and thereiupon of the advocacy of a muWni eiliwllJd iptiou of '22.,000, which iIl le c arayostrIadityArT1iili1i taken witlh itS usual practical argu meutation. We take it, that a community oceu pies a position very sinilar'to that of a buslneastlri whose trade and wealth hwcrentles in proportibn to the energy It displays in attracting new castom era. Every year spent in merely making both ends meet is a year lost to a commercial estiblishmeut. So it is with a community. In a city whore business is dull, every inhabitant must necessarily Inwe a hard time in earning a livellJ hood. One's object In lifet is not sim ply to eke out an existence tro hand to mouth, butinatead, to amass means to psocur econforts and evel luxuries. Like individuals, a community, if it would prosper, must wake iuvest ments. With increased trade, coes add...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 December 1880

[_,OCAL M'ATTERS. 5i New Style Letter Hesdei rSo Wilting's new advertisemlent iln i another column. He calls your atten- I t ion to the marny nebr goods he is eon- I st:.ntly receiving. Dr. Dnprl e left for New Orleans on ste"nme.r (uanon last evening, to attoe1d a mnelting of the American Health As.o Elation,. lie will be absent three or four days. " , Judge ('has. McVeu has been spendliig is few dltys iillnlg Ilis inmiy friue!lds if' this ei it , fi,r whom hlte entertainls t l kil,,-st feioliings, which, by the way, are I C D)r. I: stocking, the accomplished ii iayou, $a111rs dentist. iN rejoicing over the arrival ofl' baby boy in Iris Lhooe. The C li1th- fellow canule on last Thursday night. The mother is doing well and the oc:tor is happy. In :inoth'ir cohlIn 1Mr. Johll Johnson (lli1: IlIC'S nlllnme now arrivals ill the way of Chlristmnasn akols, iuch as fle b goldh jewelry, silverware; etc. The pub-. lic will do well to give hint a call before V makiung Ilrchases. Maj'r K. 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. — 7 December 1880

roargER 1i wOrisc. harp MAC RIVER. water On Thursday last, in a flat boat at tº the middle of the PtomanW tlt, ,at UsP Iarper's Perry, Mies (parrie ShtigI, and e agcd sixteen, daughter of Captain, Sthoup, a darilg Confeeirate soldier, who imas kiled shortly before tite .neased, wei i ' 1h Moat was sen A not in suRl cpodition, and lanl tl;e cendmny'nn sthlllted thie vater could haId stolen in and covered the bottonm he' five or six ilehes deep, dyinj These yo~ n . e!5s are relsidents of Rocligigatp ,ounty, and fthey i1 He 1 dents connected with their courtship, breal trials a8n atpidniw 4ad a ' the µ. rom,,antic to ie event of their mar -ogl 00l 4iEa!) p ot ý rn ners. la `it ' * tiey 'ere Nasl hoth born and raised in the neightlWr-' and hood of 8mith, and Linville's Creeks, ry ri their homes being but a few miles secm Ipart. Thely hAd known each hther ;giu from eihtjrinm ql 4d,9le W u gbnan mise had not nfrequeptly visited the home after of the young dy beore; th , long susio'n ar...

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 December 1880

. 4iI 14i O i l i E'E. I ýE a iii' it}'it a- a VT .tk jfi tia1.se IJiil ~irti ~ ·,~t (1: *tlAll' L. rL3T.iz -IPI ZZ, Ea&5o.tor OFiICIAL JOURNAL 0 BATON ROUGE, 04144; A1 i C~cl hr dBATON ROUGE, WulrsiA A 1 TW fDCfE I -·.1··t~~ mullt . ,1'I'OUN1ýr'f:Y S. 1 [ u. tritLi .) IrrNic4t At LAW. Will ý_, irsaffid phunip y wuall tIntif InsM inl"1)truste to h tim I ellie 1n1f Covlteniu streett btweett ICbud ete If . th Ctcis. atooU Rougle, lat. SIV. 64 )1'0I0, ArtoaNSKY At LAW aUnd L. `trI tt .' lnihe, PoIrt Allen, Went liton toiuetU, Lu,. *piat'Il attenltton *ivein to the col jee elIa ae 7eeouncetallli, ftklOg tcetonienoy itlidee' cai. Sne, cini to )lMerl)' roatter'i requirtni the 1 j eu +6(1 1 ruynyor Notary in the pai lh 1 f thli C t at. n nim v.h111l1 I N ~. N , Ati'O irn AN)CUeoenpzu, 1 .1 L1,w, L i)IIWsR1tly u,. W\Yill apW.m Ui enr I i11 filg umur I fd tI at ho lotd a a. I' 1(11.1. 11. DI. D IURIEE, Arro unt i ll * iiaitetor at I,aw. )ttlce--No. i, I'ake'N itew. II.dliii 16o g1i, La W...

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 December 1880

a.4-1,1* NOT 1 EO JAS 1 KI H sM ' Sdi n ne Dt. ee 8A' QN $OU(i D, C. x;11888 Speakin $of as extra session, the Gretea Courier aays: "A calleda s sienii of the State Legislatere is now .being agitated by the Metrepolittrn proes. We oppose it on the score of 5coeoOuIy."~ aeo se". the Germania. Assembh BRooms, bn New Totk, to give a pubice receptihm and weleoee,to twenty-fuar socisli$ ti exileo frem Goermuaf, who recen iy arrived In that eity. "I aip goiRt$ litl thie I1epublieas party, shouted Ingersoll,. "becau it is gotsgeny way." IHdidn'tmeai to say somueelc, but verybodv *rb believes in ai hot hireaftet knoirw where Bob is going. We trust those ministersof the gosB pal who voted for lGarfield will hold their peace hereafter on the sin of lying and perjury and bribery. Thug eoght tobe asharmed to look ano 16 orable mas in the face. A brigle$ little boy, who had bee engaged In combat with another boy was reproved by hid anat, who told him. he ought always to wall until the othe luO "...

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 December 1880

*(i'4Wathly Q#italian I OCAL MATTERS, 1yP" New Style Lotter Heads. tire Honseitilcl'is new advertituijemnts in anithir columnn. He is offering soie, novcltiis in ithe way of corsets. TIe N. U. . etmm.orat Ieiwe of heJaetst Ipaplwl pnilllsheil in the Sonth. We oan see Ievidences of its increased popularity ever) ally. Thc steamter (M3y manaIIged to make tihe iailag'ii'ere altmit two ior three, o'clock yesterday morning-bein; soene twos(ty liorn¶ ielindlettanj. Txlllin.'eri should bear in mind thatt the, time is fast J)approaclhing when deli gapsrtr% gill he silhj!cted to) $rpt % pe'e' ith thie wVay of penalties, ett. Onriavr & McNair are t uitd s Active 1 inasurnice amgents in the 8Sate. Mai Lap- I bert in good too, and he proposes whoen I he riturnrs homie to start a boonm in that line. (George Iuchel is still receiving new goodsi, preparatory for the Christmas holidays. He gives customers the poll test eltention, while he sells goods at low pricles. We return thanks to our frie...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 December 1880

BE IEfl BIB VOW. AM INIMIAN PNYTIIIAS CICRKM file Tt M,. EiIrimii Webster II said to kave jeon the firs't white man, "yd theil Syracuse leorld, who songslt eIIrmaIuent reside3et' l Ontida1ff Bounty, and passed mold of iths 'lime Hnmong the red wmel of his day. Fore of' CiruItaIrIUces4 broll ght him teo n ºnrdiaga, and soon after he had located there a young ibrave of the 4 upgh a)pn one mrnning' pnrrsduitUiUim fwiforio ie chiefst of the Ononndw geas aind Mi. Webster, while sitting at thie door of the cotmicllhouwe. Tihe younIg lman1 said: "I have come to dwell antoeg you 1and your peopIle, if you will permlit.il I have left torever tUe home, of msy fither and thile Ihearthll of toy motlher,. I Reek a home among 7you ; miy mineli is MantinIoah i deny nie 1not1," ;`: 'pantinualh,yett Ard aI elcshe here," Sid the1 aged chiefu Ka. whliek-do-ta; "Ait down amony g us. 11 our n'n,M we I will be, to you a fitlher'; you can hunt ' iand fish with our yeoug aien, and twad the war path with the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 December 1880

2. 01 1U t V, k TAsrgs' ''ez #F5 W ;wwY~l , t1a ý'+&ý ý 7I mý2u BATON UE L :!ni i"'1 1~, · :~'" L. TýAT~i_ý=1ý - .- ___..ý.ý; B T O N U G E , L O U SI A N , SA x , PB E * U , V L , 2 , ATTORNEYS. C C. HIRD, Aroiunr AT LAW. WIll t httend protuptIy to all busluews Itutrtedn t him. il0 e on Conventton streot, betweOn 'third end Churuh streets. Baton ouge, La. SW. POPE, AThroIUr4 AT LAW 111d SNotary lPubl, l'ort Allk, West Maton ithuge, La. ltpeeatSIttktOi giVsu to the col. lectlu i of a04ii1Cts, taking $5t anony under monu missioun, anld to all other matters nrequirau the attentloe of an Attorney or Notary in tnhe Ierlsh of West Baton lougeu._. aprq l3 1 W. LANG, Arroanstu AND CouNsILon II. At Law, Donaldsouvle, La. WIll prat. tire In all the courts of the Htate of Louilsana. ºIHQ1. UtifýLT C ,Iºrrails I.a ofse at Law. U(to --1. 0, like's uow, Ima eLa. Wll praotlce in the tate auldol (ed oantb. _ ýEIR4ON & HI4EALE, A A'ruonata and COL AMiLui'&O Al LAW. OIUcE um North Boulev...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 December 1880

dityJni A RAILROAD BUBSORIPFION. Referring to the growth ofxaitchez, we took occasion last week, to point t to the enterprise of her citizens and j thereupon of the advocacy of a muni cipal subscription of $225,000, which e theoDemoerat of that eity-basa ader. taken with its usual practical argun- I mentation. c We take it that a community ocen pies a position very similar to that of t a business firm whose trade and wealth t increases in proportion to the energy t it displays In attracting new custom crs. Every year spent in merely making both ends meet is a year lost s to a commercial establishment. So it 1h is with a community. 1, In a city where business is dull, t every inhabitant must necessarily ' have a hard time in earning a liveli- b hood. One's object in life is not sim- i ply to eke out an existence from hand t to mouth, butinstead, to amass means e -to procure comforts and even luxuries, C Like individuals, a community, if it would prosper, must make invest- t mnents. W...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 December 1880

a FraEnecisco Chroeie. IDr. Lord, a mieesonary, and ales mli ted States consul at Ningpo, China, has lately. heartd $ eittrdinarq6M in his judicial capacity. The fridl toofl Splace on October 3d, and occapied siz lays. A number of witnesses were ex u e a4"&he aair aso ereatte.4 ny 1 ot4 entioug 1t foArigs ree 1 u'CI iul'nbll; ý i' ng ýM g the facts: .1. H. Burnett was employed as a tide stuveyor by the Chinese customs at the polst of Y buhol , in iioaft in the present year, having been in the Gov eiinent service for sixteen years. Feel ing his position uncongenial, as the is laud upon which he was stationed in the exec'ution of his dutines was lonely, and the' ber'ie4 ret citR repugnant to his tastes, he thonght himself how to in prolve, his sit ration. One day, shortly Ibefiore the ChitlesNeNew Year, in Febro acy !lst, while wavnuering aluog the Ih:alh, his elue:l iiatinau inueuireel why he ci i lint get :;VCrrieI. e id he, "I have no go-Icetween." 'lhcrt.e'sttnl C'hror glickly...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 December 1880

LEOlý T K,ý' Wditor and Brina.s Manas.w. B O 41 QUGEe DEC. 11,18Os. r Speaing of an extra session, the de Gretna Courier rays: "A called s- der ere~ .eion of the State Legislature is nowr 'ling agitated by the Metropolitan live press. We oppose at on the score ofbn economy." br ese Over 2,000 persons assemabled in big the Qer apna Assembly Booms, in He New o to give a public reception at 1 and *i&ad to tweaty-4our socialie- loni tic exiles from Germany, who recent the iy arrived in that city. leat ties "I amgoinOg with the Republican t patrty, shouted Ingersoll, "because it is going my way." He didn't mean to say so much, but everybody who believes in a hot hereafter knows where Bob Is going. We trust these ministers of the gpe- b! pel who voted for Garfield will hold the their peace hereafter on the sin of ften lying and perjudry and bribery. They the ought to be ashamed to look an boo- i erable man In the face. see oth A bright little boy, who had been the engaged in combat wi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 December 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. p, g? New Style Letter Heads. k tel See Rosentield's new advertisements loi in another column. He is offering sonme ki novelties in the way of corsets. The N. 0. DIemocrat is one of the tinest inj papers publlhed in te fobth. We cari s see edencedofit( r4 4l*polarity esi every day. ' ani The steamer Gay managed to make the an landing here about two or three o'clock Tb yesterday morning-being some twenty hours behind hand. sa vo Taxpayers should hear in mind that the time In fast approaching when delin- ex, quents will be subjected to great ex- the pense In the way of penalties, etc. Pr Gourier & MoNair are the muost active tai insurance agents in the State. Sam Lam- tio bert is good too, and he proposes when sta he returns home to start a boomt in that 13 line. co1 mal George Buchel Ia still receiving new in goods, preparatory for the Christmas holidays. He gives cusetomers the poli- rot test attention, while he sells .goods at me low prices. an We return thanks t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 December 1880

Bill B wker's Triumph. " ' wors '' tV illiaru iofenoud tto thus piniup in th hi' hiuk yard and had a wwbh in the bhalt tpae al light four o'olock, cad elilna got oat of "''"'r;I hbal and took a ly pcep býthn 'ltMn't anld 1'1' her tears,. William, hibs ablntins over, penal, s went out for a dreary stroll paest t i the I hilly pEsio over $tevnwoMau'k ill iuld anotdhes slown .aoob's Ladder and d I hMMas ag t ILai', and on to the brookidle agaislt room. Mesnwbile, $#lina had gone hi k r9 gh hIed, and wais tltiding aotl siontisrt !n gliti, itlrlnsiug watetsr o .lunl at the tmonlll ir N1Wei%'l when William stood .upon the Jdtls rudl' i bridge Arubhaw (Oonrgh, in a snit oft' ments tlhanualw, WiS9 waking his w$' luo the i dakm, shy-eshbit't in the $t.rip.and at it. He cas Poor William regretted hisk bholida they to amd longed for the hoar when work lie ure should begin again . 1 begltilkd the bound hsav'y hbur of t'he cy'r brt'1l coml pkl)' role pa tilon of' w'be.lo1llWy1 verses, whBereof 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. — 11 December 1880

L L(WAtI MATThl4~s. ýu. d32'5 O dition. 1M Seo, Witting'a Bew odrvertisetment In anotther colUwn. He calls your atten tion to the many new goods he In oo. stantly receiving. Dr. Uinpree left for New Orle'iean on c steamer Cannon lant evening, to attend r a mtetflCeof tho Amlrican Healtt Ateop lentrorf. Hie will be absont three or foir Ulays. . .MAidge (I'hms. MVea hlias bc't sptectli1n A a few days among hMa many friends of I this city, tar whom he e'ntrtains the I kinLeCt foelings,.whihb, by thbo way, art j duly reciproented. I Pr. 1. N$tolin, the tecompliMhbed I Playveu Sarar dentist. Is rtejolcing over the ' arrival of a haley loy in his houme. The F little litlow came on last ''hurmliny nilght. 'Ites mnother in dloing well andi , the' colector in happy. I aunother column Mr. John Johnson nnuoulncees some now arrival in the b way of Christmas (koodý, such as tine gold jewelry, silverware, etc. The pub lie: will do well to give hint a call before naIking pur'chnsee. Major K. A. Cr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 December 1880

R YBPI! HIB VOW. p AN INDIAN PYTIIAS SEEKS HIS DEATH. Mr. Eplhraim Webster is said to el have been the tirst white man, says bI the Syracuse Herald, who sought a hi permanent repidence in Onondaga coounty, aid pased mot 4 hiis time hi among the red men of his day. Force of circumstances brought him to On- ai ondaga, and soon after he had located in there a young brave of the Cayuga a, nation one morning presented him- its self before the chiefs of the Ononda gas and Mr. Webster, while sitting at the door of the council-house. The young man said: "I have corume to dwell among you be and youear people, if you will permit. b3 I have left forever the home of my ed father and the hearth of my mother. I seek a home among you; my name is Mantinoa'; deny me not." ch "Mantinoah,y.u are welcome here," th said the aged chief Ka-whick-do-ta;l pe "sit down among us. Be our son, we th will he to you a father; you can hunt TI and fish with our young men, and sk tread the war path wVith the braves ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 December 1880

,RZ, ,.$ .;L y . f S OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, DEMIER 14, VOL I .. ! ' · .. . - . . .. . .- . - . . : ' " '. . .. . s'. -- . 9. . - . -,, .. f ", .t . . . , 'F m lm m )m m mm mm mam("* mns 1 .. ' , ( g. 13RD5 X 5u AT LAw. Will Sase.'d prapUl o I bdaea Iintrtulted ,,i  , lleq , Wet ateeu inOW, ~ ti n , w y under eUoe atstles of an "Attoteey etr Ii the parisah at West 'atsO ouugpe 4Rth nl3 + ldLa. WWr prarc its Inall courts of the date, of Louiaus. *rd. DU REm, A r ers and loauelor at tLaw' tllte-o. 6 Pikes Mow, Baton SouO L 'Will practice in tie t anud ederat C(,onurs. SO RON BI IIAL L, A. rSr-~.r " 4. Js" VA VIROT& LAMON. Arruo i sari At LAW. Otice ,n North Bo levard iste Baoton Houge, aWi aIB uWd Vii lw buuIaeaI eitrusted.l P*el.* *tu agd d. X. a'atrot . t dt aL. Otilf * hith BIuleard street, Baton Moge, La aIgeugae duieMbr.AateAsh sad Ilghteeanh bW. "ness"g " ...S X. Robettano. E Aan o puiptm y attended to. ' .fcga zacToxY. m.nI. lmadtl...

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 December 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, tCtitor and Bnusiness Managcr. BATON ROUGE, DEC. 14, 180. EDUUATE AT HOME. Sta Under the above caption the Ver- or milhonville Advertiser makes some by pithy suggestions. The fticts preselu- , ted are so suggestive that we willing- -i ly surrender them a portion of our o editorial space, with the hope that of they will oreate the proper impres- ov sion upon all who are interested in toi the gqestion: 5U " The question has been often ask- th ed, why are so many Louisiana youths Co educated abroad ? It is not to or lea knowledge that it has been satisfatc- w terily explained. It is safel to say gr that all the prominent institutions of no learning in the South, and many in is the North, have their representatives co from thiles State, while our own schools do are left to take care of themselves. of Why is it that citizens of Louisiana ov send their sons to other States to be Is educated t Is it, in many instances, to en educate them where they were reared Pt and to ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 December 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. t ," New 'tyl Letter Heada. V,.,e't forgc t to read Witting's iew ankitiincpýitntth In this Irnue,. t. ' I Iw. advertibeireits appear r tVflwk n., ;HI thvway has so*utbnlg iterelting to say to the pub bet tfr'tau Inult work at eonmethlng. Ný eot igivesf hir a J,.ob ý'g d9t}fln lALutiiati vs. I~tinm| i alne. 'fe a ohEd tip for tyrlel 'bwsm M'w Dintriet Court to-nmor enatts f lron Tim, Rfee's bruu, band, n, It.. ,t'g ýr4, u rM ,.' ey lsea whibng to know of the merits of the HzeelsbtrKidney Pad, its I 4a,, ete.,tnre rnfWMi to Mrs. Wm. McKennfio, hottq ph 'arlore, To" , Ip *b, $ vrcu) of tie, rsu,Val of the plwroMalyabt r * e M ethodlwtt Church 8.Ill 'itoi;, t '1 believed that his piaoe wt! be sppliel .by bhe Rev. Joel T; Datwin, d1hreveport. 'tt tireaht Court of Applul will con ;o' as thidplaee in January, at which time the Jludges will be kept quite bnst 4 .uagd, g an much bissness of irm. tnJif ,ell o~bme up before them. -hw uw(eedic4 Rouse, under the ann of Mrs...

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 December 1880

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