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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 December 1880

'fi *4*L 4, Ui ;t 1' i W1 An-ýT3iýý r il " 'l(,; ; :l VL2.BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1880 ,,.ii VOL. 2.' . wuw i Pfw !· I ATTORNEYS. ' C . BfIRD ArroanZ AT LAW. Will * attend promptly to all business Intrusted to him. Ofce en Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. [' W. POPE, ArrolunY AT LAw and * Notary P'uble, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking tetiranony under com utmison, and to all other matters requiring the ttentilon of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of Wet ILuton IRouge. apr'4 v2n13 H . LANG, ATToarUT AND COUNB sLO * At Law, lionaldsonviie, La. Will prac" tics in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rMHOS. B13. DUPREE, ATrrouIN I and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's now, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. [g ERRON & BECALE, IArroautys mnd CouasE oiKa AT LAW. Office on North Boualevard street, Dear the post office, 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. — 25 December 1880

EdJitorials from TuesdayJs Edition. 1OXB LEGISLATION. ed i kno At this mIoment the press of the whi State, having blown itself out on the fign subject of the Presidential election . g and the emigration theme, is bring- the ing its guns to bear on the new te constitution and the legislators who e01 Ilid interpreted its provisions in so hung- l ling a manner at the late session of muai the General Assembly. It would be somewhat indelicate for the one who was a memuber of the august tric body who framed the constitution to Gr¬ vaunt its features or condemn them, therefore we'll have little to say about it, beyond this that we see nothing to prevent the amending of the instru bnent after experience will haive dcti- tlce oustrated that sonie of its colllpolent ty parts do not operate advantageously 1n' the to thpublic interests. the We have an idea though, that the as General Assembly could so frame leg islation as to render the constitution me thi a fundamental law ofmore value than an...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 December 1880

SDEISION In THE UNIVEBSITY QASE. A $tate. rx, rrl., Buckner, Attorney, et. al., vs. Leon "Tatremaki, et. al. S Appeal frum tbhe 17th Judicial Court for the Par. iah of last Batom Bouge. Mr. Justice Feaner delivered the opinion and decree of the Court in the words and Aggres following,to-wit: I This is a suit under the intrusion into office act, the sole question involved being whether the relators or the 4lcfendants are lawfully entitled to hold and exercise the. offices of Su pervisors of the Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College. No salary or ppecuniary perquisite of any kind is attached to the office in controversy. The same question of jurisdiction ratione materhe, which presented it self in the case of State, ex rel., New man et al., vs, Ben Hayles, recently decided, meets us here. In that ease, involving the title to t.lhe oflice of Police Juror of a parish, w.e declined jurisdiction only after a most careful consideration of our constitutional dut...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 December 1880

E d it oru -_ BIA'rON 1ltU(IJ, DLEC 25, IM)O. BBIATWN OTilU 0 l? JIT ntý r liax TO EDUOATION. rot edi The following ertiact foro the an- Wa nual report of the President of the state University to the Superinten- ,O dent of Public Instruction etmbodieA got Col. Jolhnston's views of the relation wl, of the IIniversity to thile common tin school systemn of LoAsniana: "'Ti 'ty, anytual iterdopendence of the two is he olparty st forth, and, the apthorities Ag aue ugned to help the weilte yeople of wit this State to sec'ure a good education tio beginning at the common school, and pu gradually risin}ý to the University : tri "I amin not ll known to your pee- in pIe', respected sir, and it mtey not be- doe cole to obtrude my advice upon theme; pp but I trust that the high officials who have lonue me the honor to repo" s 0 .t large a confidence in me, by c ile to the head of their RtatOOM ey1y, wif 'ot t ii amisei,, if I ca their attention to its important oO in the public education of the g...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 December 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. 'hursda 's Oidition. l'fi'ctii itt, JoiaItestoa, of th lSta~ste' I ;all v Iel Mit \ .t will p~leiase se:e~epjt nor thalnks4 bir the filies of lInto Virginia anda Kern ~,taky paesipo, whieh~lb., wax tqn kcind wA .I to ffuclylt 1541,1l t4 'celwe'rre pie'a~iic'c tf j otot ot'yeetereil' nag hlat ac''tjle'aaee sit the' Capitail City. ina avtne lt~te' otf tahe comtting Ili' the iState' Di~ pasrtnt toe f,aNt ti. *fJA~tn-'l'blatotagl It te'iograift re'eeit"e'. i Ye'Mt~erIeii, wes loIra'ned t hat this icttitiiar etli'e'r sand ge'utlc'itlatais on . rou1te' t.t Iiiifeiti Ueetge', viii St. Louis. f~iM tw)45il friends~t here' noel4 elf,we~wuro wIiil Iicttlti'4 iln I'e'ldecntlitg himt olive morte' toehu his llvt ait thle Pivae~irsity . I~e' wli be' Ict In. ats fewI eblyM. hlecereruJ~'Mg-It wuoetns that Wet have' this4 Iinterestinilg spec'ies9 ini Tinton K~ottg., Judegin~g tromt thes tiii't t hatio lasti~ isghat '401114 psartue'e omnnisesd themsel44,ves by te'ar ing tioeewic tih' sl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 December 1880

THE CONDEMNED CUBAN, ligi BY COL. pR&VT 88 INGRAUAM. 4 SW4 It was N fearful night on the coast of s, Cuba, for a tornado had swept along the con sea and shore with relentless furty, leav tog death anddestructiofiua its merciles bra path. And yet, though sheltered by the for- an( est-olad point of laud jutting ont ftio In the atih, a small vessel was getting ready to leave the quiet inland waters hi if I and put tonsea. The cause of thus daring death by the my commander of this little vessel was be-' Cu cause at the peak the loot star fiag of nto the struggling Cubans tflattered in the be breeze andut sentence tmost s"verei' rested 1 )upon all whos erved beneatth its folds. cat rat Tlhe little vessel, once a New York rat yacht, bad run in to the Cuban coast or, after dark, Ibearing arms, ammunnitint, Cn stores, and a few good men and true for to the patriot army of COespeds in the 4ilI mountains. Having safely delivered her cargo into thi the charge of the unIfortunatee Gen. drt ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 December 1880

LOCAL M3ATTERS. S ueC5daý' edition. . __________- --~~ Wt'rr'rrrI is among the foremost as a contestant for the holiday hloncors, as will he seeno by hiis IadLver'tise nlts in to day's issue. H: is ttritg right mia d left to let the-peoplo kinow, htt he is doing. d d .tl .--A 'corresposalco ent under that $n·,ll derPincte seultc n o? a pottieal e(ffusfiionl a nt~itledl, "Counttry Girls vs.Towin Girls," which li e woiiltd e glail to pibliltsi 1s moon as the aithor is kind e'iingli to 1(ii iis iihet' real nam1e, in aveordoini i with nor rn1 ". \V were jIleased to receive a call this lorniig ('runt Col. K. A. Cross, who is hº"r. as oil, of, till, attor'neys fm.. the de' fcnc in tilhe caie of' tillhe Statr v's. W -11. 'Tiu'e (ill., looks it sjlenldid re'iltl,, anti t nspytik' clihert'illy oft' the situatiion in 111l[ aroundl (linators. B:I'A i hEAl, with the telnacity iof' the Lieutenant General In piling upI the hloilav geootdls with a detetrilniiaition in dicintinlg that he iuleans to...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 December 1880

.,4 ."R BLE 3AGDY. M --- and, Felic'iana Sptth B ine 'The usually quiet tontn of Bayo time Saira was, on Saturday evening last ed fi thrown into confusion by the sound culti of pistol shots and the report that an and estimable young man-Mr. J. C. Ball-had been shot. mS A reporter who was upon the face scene a few moments after the occur rence, learned the following facts. Ai At about 5:30 o'clock Mr. Ball was Rec walking down San street when a PatE negro calling himself Garnett Thomp- the I son, passed by, and in a very defiant day manner made some insulting remark, ledg whereupon Mir. Ball, who was nn- Eng armed drew back and struck him. paps The negro grappled with Ball and elop being tripped, was falling to the the I ground when he drew a pistol and they putting it to the stomach of his op- were ponent fired, the ball entering the plac left side near the lower region of the tain lungs. Mr. Ball fell instantaneously The with the discharge of the pistol and gin( several of his frie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 December 1880

;f + / "*" : E45.t0:. OFFICIAL Jo F PARISH AND CITY ., ..VOL. 2. A L A T DR .AO ROUGE LOUS "rru.1, Y DECMB."R '8; 10 - IIN, V)l ' BATON ROUGF, LOUISIANA TUESDAY, DECEB O ' "". AT lTORNEYS. I ii'I lit (; cli itriilii. "'aitoll JGuie, , a. e '%'. I '4)1'IiZ, ArmJ1Nt~v A L.Aw anti Illn ll.1 I1I'u 4114, t'to( t Il ya, %Vt -,tlirt Ilutoo R 1 3I4, .. Spec il al t I i4i114 giveRi to tiue,, ii irl. It 11 oco i, .ifui tsrI'alioe'i ilrieli cnwoi Mi.~ ll.ll 1.) all Ot'ln11t 1. llr, HtiGo ol' Li ".11 (111 .I aiu n it All Atlouiii or 1',oitaiy ili Ile. pairLik ., I vel 'I uii on U ii. ail ii" v2 i3 1 S. I .. N(:,:1'rluuý.v~eel, 4)I sI..l(ol f . 1iv", I )ieiiliIaeicii vi , Iat. WVill ieii ii I "It lIi ho jainria iii rh hit $Ltu ol Liauieiaua. 114 1)S. .1. I)U IiI t1 , A'L IuIhN ¼ It isiLON & 13iEAL42~ i'.ei U iiougeiae, La. 'iVIII attLend to ail law biai.i ,e-al inUtruaivd to tbhul in thisa and ajihiibdtg Ihrl Ihiua. A. i4. hrron... .............I,. U. IBhale. I41.% V W)T & CAMNON. ýyi'ir...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 December 1880

criz" trlilr Mapithli .zn ILgj iJIFI1 $MOKKI H~ditor no~d BurinaUI* Mdnaer. I k~FOI9 P0O( , , MC. 28, 1880. LOUISIANA PaUS ABSOOIaTION. co w From the extract which follows it will be seen thatl President McCralnt is hIts madeUlo the various alppointlellnts snggesteld lr the l'ress Convention at tlheir-meeting in October. On the 2Hth of February, prox., will talker ilace the second re-utilon, whenl the work of the Association will begin in earniest. It is to be hoped that opr crotfreres throughout the State will be on hand, to lend their active co-opeLr ationl it a movemiient thlat will surely, 1 in time, bring about greater redults~ than many of them tualticipate: a MONOl.s, Dec. 24, 1880. J Al it a imeeting held ill Ilaton Rouge, O()ttober I I, I8I0, of the membrns of d tile i'Pre of louisianit, the following t resohltionls were slubmitted and adop- b ted: Resolved, That the I'resitlentof the t Association he requested and author- t ized to desilgnate nembers to deliver at our next...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 December 1880

a 'ý i' Methli QI aitoohnn LO/)CAL MATTERS. 0't, Kann Mull Fihiln, ge.i.ri auldvsesnio .ti iifolen o( 't'lhurnton'M ('lir.uii rualnI Mo n13.1g'i*13, in4 1i4410 makilng itrri'i igi'iiillf 1411 New Yiir'i Day. WI7. fllnl hint it º 4a11iuil s 11144 )IUl ti' NN. CheImriI worer t'ourrunl Iieiilhehn4 on Mult ,I iti iIi~nlg roll t owi11'''441ii41f4( n, cetohra11 iug theiv Mlaviiigl A iinl vnary. WlhlltI So'rylliiig wonit. oit' willioiiut Nil 1494Ii( iºIl~y t~o porl'no1rH 1,1- propertyY FRIOMu ( 'All iiiII i A.-We wor 111+1 ii4N4141 1u, grw iiiI ion 01 411 gioltliiniii 1 y i'ierriay nilr onIII Mood N 4ii 4nn IHg O iy Alixi1111144 , i h 94n I ii II I l04 lirlNllg tuvonl tIllntii i14,411 Ith'an 111, of (' VI'1I441Vha, n liIh 1I0 941u33'I. 641.ti 1 10 ~ I iirijll'iig vti llo,Na M''1 iil Ihn slitsy ,i t14'I4) ICh 111 IIr I 11114 ith Omiteutn1 rop Implrovetunellltn are Inow tii' ldiitigs, folile4N, iii,, .h444411 1?II(AI'N 41141,i)t 4t1i'iit MNuit.I1iiI 31r,l t rgIuIatiJit' lw 111141k hi t'43 da...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 December 1880

IFiT GALLED FOR." I 4i(l 4 1 iLeit a T' i, lllowing eautil'ul and g- fill lift gesltive inuident we find in the I)e- IDlil' (,.,il)I'er nullber ol thl LondoU Chil.- an I dreu'' I.'ri. id : " 3ust I It was only it few days befolic llIe s ('1hristalu'a, aOd ,INs+ travulling hone º itti after ii oflg hheenuho in fotclgn lands. lhe gn I lihnd tI;.n iII .I th trai all 11ay, and1 girl, 1l was very tired of' the (rlmped poxi lion, so I W1x not ailtgether orury o, 1 when I ariived at ia station whre I g Iuhal to ehIIeI ( to lind that I muII st wait thrdll ,-lt,1eirs of ilt houlr beore ta I I cwlidplodue-d,,n sliy jourtney. W I saIW lmy polrtinat ist sulkly Isur", oli 0l4e, aidl', untll then I ' hegan to utp wailk ilup and hldow n oin tll'e dpihifotI, 1t gljdlll ~lInv Ie olppolrtunitY of It littlu,,l tori' ie , , had Kstill four or five i hinIS' jQ oiily hnol(; nc o. I'or'll rle( some ttl e I watchd lthel varios panll the - Penger')uming a mn going, and amts- till ed miyself with ll on...

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 December 1880

Vl4.'r . 2. LIO diIANA t I~ Y: !.>I I Y' 1Mf- rt-- -' M rtoA o " into ', '· 1 LP) . " vt 1.. 2. BA'i n mUGE, LOUISIANA, Sn A IgTi, I !N 1! . . iifB Rl$ n1tr" " I -4 10 IN .ATTOIINE YS S(' . 141t , A'rrlNl.U1 AT LAW. Will '"r .l ttl I promptly to all business intrusted lto hiI,. ()lic on ILouveutiuull street, betwteep I hed ,.nd Chch streets, atoMo Mtule, ,,+ (4 l. | )( )j .'TnI'oIr .vi LAW rU(d . '. Xlar .' P1tbl6.;, I'rt A llen, Wet, Ipto, I:e.. ,. I.a. ,$p,.ilisnl lffentl i.hn l glv . tl t e lIh (' ro Ih, hIIe,,' i' ,OIIlntIts, takling~ tntilollnu"y utnler lroull Imit ,lk,. o,' hIo ill otlt Illl lltrlr t r.llll'uirnll thyI l ttention ul alln Attorney uot ýZ4"ilA l In r aI ,t Weal Itaket I(myga. a t It) ((g f.4 .N(G. AminiNm: YAtI sC NILOaRn I *. \i. I,., Douulauh vlliu, Ia. Will prac. tl u in all tlw ourtl of tipe Btato of .Louie a JE()p4. . ý. P[) AlnraNzr I anld Counselor at l;s. OEm ee-- o. 6, Pikew' l;nw, ititon lRouge, La. Will practice iu the lsate anid Fede...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 December 1880

Editor df U*0 "SK j r. I 1O I I (IE, . iV( ;. o( ff Sara Tlernharldt has made a suc ePrIful tour tirnvas Canada. .. .... - , · 0. - .t Chnr'istumas I,trty was. rotoln-oiled it! IlouKtfit,/ which r1antsed qulite; r ' rwl l . tBHoth iT'irke.y aind (rece have re jected the! Arlitr.ttllh Iroplsed l by the fiouignl I,ouwrs. Saveral I.4r.usls were killed or in. jured in a riailtw\ay acriiient tlear (Charlotte, N. Cr. i'rec: lyýll1. '[The l'Pope disclunteiiliInCe the li iud Leagtue's of ''irolin1 llo , the grotisid that tlhey are revolutionists. Eleveil Mlhiers awere killed ait St. Etienune,in Fialnce, rectiitly,by nil ac cideit occurring ill it col pit. John Ktoopl, a Gerslaii nmiser worth $*),0IKN, allowed himiself to ie with hunger at Iloustoll, tecetl'y. Henry Ostrander killed his brother George through jealuusly for caresst ing their little sister in Utica, N. Y. A Detaelaenat of the Ninth British Regiment were nlasacred in a swamp to Transvual, South Africa, lately. Oqptumisionur ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 December 1880

CA ri1eMeh A 7itTS LOCA L MATTE S.'~ihS T'1h grimling neaton haslnben so pro lIng.eId hy the .nfavoralle wealther that many ,of ,or pit titers will not he thrl,,ugh sugar mnaking lelore the middle ,,f illnsxt mon11th, while others will be lIeta.iell :R bite pl. en a IFebruary.. Ye't the, yield will he a good olle, thlougl the lmow" caniedl by dlelays wilt deprlive nl;ntErs of mutch tof their profits. \ Hollnr.avr-On nightl before lust the )ol, ,n, 'f (Golrg ' flitd, it pH'Onitt lll'lt eol ot.ed ,Iia/.ne., was ,etled by hI'rghltrs wohlli, opletld th lie'armoir III(1 thook there' frtm ' o1.1 *.104!N0I, the savinLgs of severali .n11iof bhard work and ihlustry. 4rd w'.', ullwnt at, the tiUe, atldr wheuu hisl witi. It.A.lrd the Ilse she ecried for help, Iht coiId ut n.s.ieeedinllrfinringing the ieigh bori tolthrlatisitlltce ultil it was toIle. h. Ae I'le a lla, lll election of ottficers of the ;.r:l'ml)l HBeevovlent Association took lhicce last night, as follows: Henry ,chortn,, 'Pre...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 December 1880

Miracles Worked by Water. IlhW A lIT'Itl., i I.1' WA'M N vrAt' aIII', Hinll 'M li val. 14 ýs Turk ''riltl,. .\ retallkaite k le' c.(l'4 l Hlr'i' t i'A of (I ra l. - hi - I th,, Ftll.C''i' y (l'llCl8( Moi no11 htliIe('i to ll il Illi'lll Cih'oiNi , a tul t'', . to,, Mit tli lhe t flh'lin e3y of' the Wvail.t i'oit'e'. 'l'The aser il ll 1jlie ill is lihaln of' Mll.,um lu't it, a little boy, unine ( 'al's old, the sclnl of Acnitliled I'li I,, it 4hi.ar mi n unfturer in this cif* . 111 te day Ibsl, piitg lthei little li'low coit 1liatintid of 'eling ill. IThe next 11.orntl tag h% hen lit-, atteCl 01il i to rimoY frana the bed ht' found it impossible tI do so, as hias legs ref.sed to ielrtial their ic' uutiuls. liu a'arm, the flunily ihysiciain was Beilt for' by the partlts. Thla, gelitleimnitl, after examininlg the) dchll, dclaiiied lt could do (iotlaing fore hilm. I ltifcutl pl l) 1 iciats 'werc ll tled in, but, while the Ly all agreeld thatt its w anli Iift ctll00 Illo IIol' l Sle...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 January 1881

,r . . . .. .. . . . ~. I bu "it M VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOT 1tSANA, SAA ; ,, . ..., - . . . . .. . .. . . . ... . . ... . . .. . . . . . . . . .. ... . .= . . .. . . .. .a  .-, - , -f  ..  ATTORNEYS. 4 . , HIIRID, ArroitNr AT LAW. Will . attend promptly to all businea intrusted to him. 01tocc on ~ronventiou airest, betwee Third and Church streets, Haton Rouge, La. ( W. I'OI-'II ..'rlroltv. r A. LAW and SNotaly f'Pllic, Port Allen, West laton Iltc'e, Lt. Lpecialcltt loe i  ,'ivcn to tte col. ii, hni" oc '' lounts, ltaking toeitlilonly undelr 0con. ilisllon, and to ll othri iiiinttr' lequilrng the latteltion il o ane A.ttorney or Notary le the lerish of. \VWest Astutl li.lignP· ilrLt vl3I Ir M. LANG, A'TroIlt ANu OUcaYLo 1. At Law, Douslddmmville, La. Will prac. tie ie r, ell tIh.' c ollrts of the State of Louellana. -1tl)OM . II. 1) DUPIL' EJIC Arrol.Nr I and Clle.neclor at Law. OI)tce-No. 1I, Piko's Iow, Illt.trn IRouget La. Will rractice In the Mtictl.u andl 'ledelral (,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 January 1881

i oaleGfro- 5 s " d . Sara Bernhardt has made a sue eeesful tour through Canada. A Christmas party was Crotoe.oiled in Houston, which cauaed quite a row. Both Turkey and Greece have re jected the Arbitration proposed by the foreign powers. ----- -...,r. -- Several persons were killed or in jured in a railway accident near Charlotte, N. C. recently. The Pope discouutenances the Land Leaguers of Ireland on the ground that they are revolutionists. Eleven Miners were killed at St. Fticnue,in France, recentlyby an ac cident occurring in a coal pit. John Koop, ;, German miser worth *i(0,p0), allowed himnolf to die with hunger at Houston, recently. Henry Ostrander killed his brother George through jealousy for cares ing their little sister in Utica, N. Y. A Detachment of the Ninth British Regiment were massacred in a swamp inI Transvaal, South Africa, lately. Commissioner Lo Due is making ar rangements to start an experimental Tea Farm near Charleston, S. C. The Universalists of Gloucester...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 January 1881

PHRYNE'S )1TTSBA ND.' !eYe Nond eT Trl. F ..I.--W* do M4't@oW the A dthe ruane of the aulthor of the Mlwing poe m' , t was read at laIton a few since, by Mr. W. 8. lIarklns, of the Criterion Comedy That's t Comp5a, tarecep gen giebyth ac fro" elor's (lnb. Its eloquent, yet diimple pathbo, Notthe ls almost unrivalled.l bloc But a I stood at eve, when the sua wnt down, by a In th grave where a woman lice, Who lured mcm's souls to the shores of sin with par the light of her wanton eyes. Who sang the song that the Siren sang on the treacherous Lurley hebight, Whose face was as fair aisa a.a8dl day .and whloslh 'rt was as b5Ml l ad M . 1OW Yet a bloessom I fain would pluck to-day from the garden above her dust: Not the languorous lily of soulless sin nor the blood.red rose of lust :A But a sweet white blossom of holy lofs that grew in the ount green spot paral In the arid desert of Phryne's Ulife where all diCU was parched and hot. , * . r v* In the summer, when the meadows weS, aglow ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 January 1881

LEON JASTEM KI, E~dtor and B f ; . BATON ROUGE, DEC. 28, 880. LoUIA.INA PUrNAB 4B9Ol.TIO? From the extract which follows it will be seen that President McCrnie] has made the various appointments suggested by the Press Convention at their meeting in October. On the 28th of February, prox., will take place the second re-union, when the work of the Association will begin in earnest. It is to be hoped that our confreres throughout the State willbe on hand, to lend their active co-oper stion in a movement that will surely, in time, bring about greater results than many of them anticipate: MoNuOx, Dec. 24, 1880. At a meeting held in Baton Rouge, October 11,1880, of the members of the Press of Louisiana, the following resolutions were submitted and adlp' _tod: Resolved, That the lre at our next session, addresses poems, etc., as he may deem aE *e eat to the Association. ReoAdved, Thitt it be a custi of the Association to make choicest meeting of the snlfest prope. t coondered by tLe body...

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