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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 January 1881

ýº ý""ý ,r,. ,r $ ,, .ý , I ý,;ýýxl ý,a ; illrilt fl};ýIlf t1ý ;i# srý+ý fº 4ý~: W.~~~~~~~~~l A.L'yfy ' bi be iw E Ibc r k ' ' w 1{t11 ýý ý 1,E ci" I, , L. JA t4T U E3 I , Editor. Ofi t. UI " ' - Ztý`1_________ý i i j' º eiiryn ý "~ 1;14m),,5 9 L"BATON BOUGE,'1 T~USATN* -t-Il ý,1Ay, 1 4 ,B i .';':A: ,'~ bi I VT- - . ift-1 [t.J L~t, &rroamKr AT LAw. Will Y! " 0lltl~u mrmpW to all buelow, i)Irutat4li [u Rltb. Uilue so Ct~n~entioa rotbe ui 1, E, AnTOIi AT LAW and " `otary r A Yt UPQU coo tai cc fr1;no ,f aeosants) takiu tcst ony ,ndor c[, b! uaineioe, umd all her in teru requirmugtflo alll pm in. " A 17.a alOt . ft Will pratc acm.:m ai.t el) t o awu nres uttjta to &hw rad dpm M T A No. 6i, Y4'roi 4" 1" Nov~p I; Le. W11 practie iW tbOc teaa ad les~ Cour s. ý onU Nartb Boaleoard Itreet, peat tho post ottlce s. b."tdsLi!+pgi ,a. W litfttea to aA law bust. auha ,$e l to them .JA ` $s, mod , Ojpjtdug t V. RoATrteon. S. o i. ItNo ert.h ,u1. G rt Boalev tr a 't"·. u . y 411*Ui·".taot~...

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 January 1881

* / Qhtt~4 f~ir~iTiriii LEON JAWrREM8K1, 1Cdit u Fd In in.. Manager. THEI M W ORLEANM PAt'IC'. : Railroad (emmuieatleon with Host eon eRome msAmeared Fclt. T'he Governor yestlArday received tllm followlug dispatch Ifronmt ( . Isotl hAttrotmkis plyor of Baton Rouge: It is ruinoreldjhat Gelq. l)odg.and the ~i9ie'i of the New (orlesns Pacilo ialway art about to hloate their litin ao ns deprive the I)ople) of North r uislana and New, Orlean ,f the lotig-looked ftr and Ileeded railway commiulicatiion with this, the capital tity. Siuch i ebut6oe would be' a public calamity. aU itN 'r rlt" fi t e telegranm Gov. Wilts addressed a letter to, Mr. E. B. Wheolock, present of the Now Orleans Pacific Railway Coompany, convdying the substance of the tply-. gram,'and expressing his clncllcrrence in the'holp that citmulnlication by , rail with Baton Rouge might be so Seltled at an early day. 'Tihe letter Sconchlides in behallf of, the citizens of Ilaton Rouge, of NewOrleauns, and of all the nort...

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 January 1881

tLOCA MATTERS.ola LOCAL MATTERS. TeI' Perhlen Jdry Lnco to-d3y. W,e are rTneqttcle by over ('ell'I'i'Is of the Adv''eate to ntate that, owing to thI reepulitiing of their press, tlheir Ipaper willy Ipt isutued to-day.; , 't11e asedasekcg pray4 feIr ceforee the Saupreme Conrt in the ca'.e of tlf .te sat b$rm uh hiuekuer via. Jastruiae&i, irs the' I niversity matter, has been refndsel. The contest is therefore ended. On yesterdauy the ferry prlivilges wo;re, eieldfkitewl to Mr. W. L. Walter, folr a ierhidl f live years, at fire tloflars per nIttitIt. Tl qoitrput wiQ Iprp'widso lir the teStd risted agreed upon by thb cellllju itte+, -, utiSogntisedq tritqal ist thidtmur the creletºrte'l gsitrotnome Prof. d'Itepunt, who Iut. estbhlished a depot for mince meat and edibles generally at Witting's Ihstling establishnhmnt. u,.e nillounluce nent in hin owle verlacular elsewlhuere. .Iduti 14e.1l is one of those hopefuil spirits who believes that the weather must soots untlergo a chutge. I...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 January 1881

P esh r1~gs dourth I1y11eJi IPve.bitgnwhl (ehnrch, a D Drp y Piiitdr. od i aIlth' HlonrnilhgM, Itanmaary 'd, 1>R1, at the OpeninK of the nervices of "'I'.Lt WirKEHi 4WFrPIAYER." l.I'K1 I ,;Jii1. :'"1li , nlgit, of .bile L rt l is tplln in;, l.cituea le had anointed mhe prt'n'll'I tl;he Gospel to tllhe poorl': He hutllh helt ill to healn thie broiKlel liet.lited, to lte'ach delive'rance to tlhe c.alptives, *ilil rccove!'ing of sight to the I,llljq, to set t at liberty thlen thlat are 'Itriied t: ''o preiich the accept able year of the Loid. * * This lday ills hin 'rifIpre flfll' 'd il your e' ati'l." 1A N .1. 8, . ,, -,,Thie :;laointinlg of tile Holy 9IIO t. It.-The Gospel I'tu'hdtl to t lie poor. III.-The Gospel mission. Ist.-It heials the Ibrokenl in heart. 2l. -.It delivers thle tlcative, :l. -It gives night. to the blind. ilh. --l proclaims the acceptable year of the lord. This Gostae'l (hrist himself preached whlelr he wis i':lah! in visible person Ion the earth iandtl af...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 January 1881

*** * .. . 11< a·)( /ItII* lo W44 1: tr, YIJt . a a V.~~ ~ ~ -. __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ o --, .Il "~fi 1 'Iii'z ' ,,l -:-ij- !'ttr1? ni.+r , h ; t :' I * j1i' '' ? ;, i."i at t . A.J I ' , Edtitr .r Ofrcal Jouirnal of the Cfi 'I '1hi ity an 1 L.. *,. HATON r TOrU UINeekAy, I TH.TtWh)AI, 2ANevR , n T1 jI ,IT I) ~. !'l,{ VOLON2. B N UGE, 'LOUISIANA, THVR-DAY, JAN1ARY1 1841in' I r .5 . .. ... I.. . ATTORNEYS. (E C.1 HERD, ATroRsy AT LAW. Will . attend poromptly to all businiess intruisted to bhi. +!! on Convoutionia ttrjeet. betweuu 1h!I utt k . ts. Baton Edg tuei, La. I W. POPE, Aý1rrvaFowS x l- L.%w and L *Nt.try IPubic, IPmt, Aten, W*st Baton Itolage, lt. Sijwial attentlon given to the col i lectin oi' itteounlts, taking testhniiitjt under corn. mnission, and to alitter " maitterH r1-4-quirt-111 the artt.w s n. tutrley or e otarv in the parishb of totu r. adtt v:Inl(1 [ . LANG, A'rrokEYV ANt COUNilsLult 1 . At Law, ualuulderonvlie, La. Will pi a: ticu in all thi aeirts 0 the &ita...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 January 1881

&rirxh thh g Qaitolia n L t J8TRilSlKI, Editor agd nuillezs Masiýger. BA OK1 olfUtE, JAN. 13. 1i1. Batteries of Artillery in Dublin are not jpermitted, tor exercise out of the city, to go without escort. The contemplated Land Meeting at 'Tralee was prohibited, 4(M) troops being on the ground. Preparatioins are being mide for the rapid construction of a railroad flom San Antonio to the city of Mexico. The house of the Protestant Minis ter at Jalapa, Mexito, was stoned by fanatice. ThIl Government is taking steps to punish the offelnders. Gen. Grant wants an American Canal through Nicaraguni, to be con trolled by Americans. The Kellogg-Spofford case is to be called up soon in the Senate. Senator Logan, in the Commuittee on Military affairs, called up his bill looking to the retiremenmt of Gen. Grant, on the handsome pay' of a ifull General. Grant will modestly take that if he can't get sometlhing better, The country still owes him money. The Republicans of Connecticut have nominat...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 January 1881

LOC;AL MATTERS;' I' I- - ;iiiit TIle Soulliher 1 Ul'ivermity, tfor the ºiit- do, l º ;n t aon of coltrede $tudents,' t wn (t ' leans, hash hero dolly opened f'orhnain.'S. Hursl~ - - *'I'l 11The stealmnloat captiuns ofl New 'Or-an l11ll have proIrtested against the *'n''- '11 tio, oif th1 new lEIlouisivile utNti ashlt eI C * , tecei UnlihyllrlM t ·cpot on the levee. The, Mindlen Triluiie containIi anll an teresting description of ani entecrtain- i,, I 111-11 given in chat town by at hº"lo ( ('a trot'eIw oI f niIIlateIIr. ('oidll hut H1tn .iitii Rouge protlinc' e such titn orga;tiizattioll, to 1,the4 ing to thv e sclnch le ef uirnedl to tlhe e rnn office by tht enlptlpelters, is as-follows: ('1SI Males, 1108,111; femuatles, 471,:1.;x native horn, P411,11J(11oreign, 51,.1411 thipe, 4. 5.*C roeltlr, 400tO. The report in the New Orleans fiuluw' that thle Pacific Railway CompaLny 1had JillrltlHlsed tIhe l)onaldsonlvi lIe ro1ad waus na1111n tloitatively givenI, as no mucHIII 'jyO trila8stl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 January 1881

1i~ ~'~f Story. A Lif' Which Began in Luxury anut unded in $imery. (;soRge ,)neof. IloMtril, tlit: "lher nIit," 'who hasI lived fotr five yea.n or nloofri ua ruIttije tptd prýmuitive Jult or "wickinlp'1oil) the ocen beIn ch south of (Golden Gaui. Park, iaid lwhose tde comporused remainls were discovered ill his cabit 011, tplilstiiaiis day, had a hlistory. his ciLI'erL' 1previous to the perliod hle vleft'tl( hlutstit of mt nian and chiose thill' lit? of i iceluse was bright er'thiat usualll filns to tohe lot of Ihu mini Ieings. Born in Germiany, of itsptetaCidbe and wealthliy pIeruntAge his crIly life rlots SurroilulNdell by ev 'erythling that loving hands coiuld give orr nltiliwied w eJth! supply. His ellucatio, vn alsdriveIud roti tilhe schiools and nlts, of leatuning inl his atleheri udtl. Gr.tauliating fioin tilhe University of Heldelbliirg with high hiotnors, he started forth, on at journey through iforeigni lands. Aflter three yeiars spent inll travel lie returned to his nativ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 January 1881

n gH" , ". "-'} ` 4.r ;ý  ,f .' ,: u . ,, , ',"r¢+ O Ulill _' Til W EF, ... WA. Le! PnblUher , , L.JAITRI1UMS1, Editor ý pfl.c±al Jourrna l or the Ci7ty a~nad Pa~ri~l. '~i''deýdyi ; t . , "ý . , . , . ... +++ + ... . i4-:. -+ .. ''. ..~·; ++ _ r 3 1 VOL. .. BATON ROtIGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANU4RY 5, 1881. ` ,- v . -"w LI , I:.,'+++ + ....... ATTORNEYS. C C. IRD, ATTOIIInr AT LAW. Will ., attend promptly to all business intrusted ta him. O1tice on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Bouge, L. I1 W. P'OPE, A'rroltN AT LAW and /. Notlary P'ublic, Port Alhtn, West IJtaon Rouge, l.a. Special attention given to the col lectiou of accounts, taking testimony under coin mmission, atnd to all other matters requiring the attention of ea Attorney or Notary in the parish of West lBiton Hong',. _lpr24 v'2nl3 HU le. LAN(, A'r'rONKY ANDUCOUlNKOIAL .l At Law, tDoualdsonvil+e, la. Will pra tjcw in all the courts of the state of Lonislaua. -IkioU . B. DUK .RICE E, A'r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 January 1881

A REBEL PICKETT., THE PHILOSOPHER TEuLS OW 1 CALIFORNIA WAS SAVEDI . The Muster.Roll of Seven hlundred -How General Wright toppe~ 4 the Arrests of Ianoeeat Mrel: EIrToR Gj.ourn: During every Presi dertial campaign, commencing with 1(64, the old cock and bull story about the rebel secret plot to "take California out of the Union," has been told with some variations and additions eachtime. As I was a noted rebelsympathizer all dluring such period, talking and writing much on that side, the News Letter, Van guard, Press (the predecessor of the Ex amliner) and other papers in the city and initeror all the time teeming with my ''disloyal" sentinti its, it is presumable that had there been any plot or conspir cy looking to the seizure of Alcatraz; Fort Point, the Navy Yard and the Ben icia Arsenal, and convening the Logis lature to vote an ordinance of socession, as has been asserted, I would have been advisoed of such action and had a hand in it. linut there was no such action taken nor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 January 1881

rixz- ethind a x nliur LOCAL MATTEBB. turzdatg's bdkiit5. The Southern University, for the edu .:ation of colored students, at New Or leans, has been duly opened forbusines. The steamboat captains of New Or leans have protested against the erec tion of the new Louisville and Nashville Railroad depot on the levee. 'The Minden Tribune contains an in teresting description of an entertain ment given in that town by a local troupe of amateurs. Could not Baton Rouge produce suoh an organization, to enliven the community. The population of Louisiana, accord ing to the schedule returned to the census office by the ennmerators, is as follows: Males, 468,911; females, 471,352; native born, t88,119; foreign, 54,144; white, 455,063; colored, 485,200. The report in the New Orleans Times that the Pacific Railway Company had purchased the Donaldsowville road was unauthoritatively given, as no such transaction has been effected, so the parties in interest say. Chief of Police Hillen is again on his...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 January 1881

LEON JASTREMSgI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, JAN. 11. 1881. THE NEW ORLEALNSIPAIFIC. Rallroad Communleation with Bat on Rouge an Asmured Fact. The Governor yesterday received the following dispatch from Gen. Leon Jastremski, mayor of Baton Rouge: It is rumored that Gen. Dodge and the engineers of the New Orleans Pacific Railway are about to locate their line so as deprive the people of North Louisiana and New Orleans of the long-looked for and neileded railway commnunication with this, the capital city. Such a course would be a public calamity. '1po)0 the receipt of the telegram Gov. Wiltz addressed a hltter to Mr. E. I. VWhceelock, present of thp New Orleans Pacific Railway Company, conveying the substance of the tele graln, ail expressing his concurrence in the hope that comnlunication by rail with Baton Rouge might be so cured at an early day. The letter concludes: In behalfof the citizens of ]Baton Rouge, of New Orleans, and of all the northern and western parishes...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 January 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. nesuda 's Odition. We are requested by our confreres of will not be issued to-day. The re-hearing prayed for before the Supreme Court in the case of the State through Bckner'rv. Jastremski, in the University matter, has been refused. The contest is therefore ended. On yesteday the ferry privileges were adjudicated to Mr. W. L. Walter, for a period of five years, at five dollars per annum. The contract will provide for the reduced rates agreed upon by the committee. A distinguished arrival is that of the celebrated gastronome Prof. d'Repast, who has established a depot for mince meat and edibles genterally it Witting's buntling establishment. 'ee announce ment in his own vernacular elsewhere. Joshua Beal is one of those hopeful spirits who believes that the weather jmust soon undergo a change. It can't rain always; wherefore with the return of bright weather the besieged will sally out for provisions. Hence the new arri vals he announces to-day. HoreE STLALINuo-A bill ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 January 1881

LEON JASThEMIIIB ............Editr W. A. Le.EWBU3 ............. Pblither BATON ROUGE, JAN. 15. 1881. Gen. Harrison is the probable U. S. Senator from Indiana. 'The Kellogg-Spofford case is to be called up soon in the Senate. 'I'The Governors of Missouri and In diana hiavo been duly inaugurated. -.--,,91p ..... I'eter Arnold, accidentally shot himself in thel head, dying instantly, at Overton. Texas. The con termplated Land Meeting at 'I'rulee was prohibited, 400 troops being on the ground. (wen. Grant wants an American Canal through Nicaragua, to be con trolled by Americans. laLtt(ries of Artillery in l)ublin are not permitted, for exercise out of the city, to go without escort. At Liberty, Texas, the safe of a ierchant, J. I). Skinner, was blown openi and robbed of $12,000. I'reparations are being made for the rapid construction of a railroad from San Antonio to the city of Mexico. henry Gilbert, colored, was bru tally murdered by a drunken laborer on the Camden and Iron Mountain ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 January 1881

The Hnmnit's Stiryl A Life Whaeh easa I *Lmautry aund LaEnded In Misery. George Jacob Hoeffell, the "her mit," who bas lived for five yea:s or more in a rude and primitive hut or "wicklup" on the ocean beach south of Golden Gate Park, and whose de composed remains were discovered in his cabin on Christmas day, had a !history. His career, previous to the period he left the haunts of man and chose the life of a recluse was bright er than usually falls to the lot of hu man beings. Born in Germany, of respectable and wealthy parentage, his early life was surrounded by ev erything that loving hands could give or unlimited wealth supply. His education was derived from the schools and seats of learning in his Fatherland. Graduating from the University of Heldelburg with high honors, he started forth on a journey through foreign lands. After three years spent in travel he returned to his native land again on the eve of the declaration of war between Ger many and France. He offered his rvice...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 January 1881

Preaehed In Baton loaue,ye uator, on Mabbath Mornlng, January 2d, It lI, at the Opening of the Nerviesr of "TlFE WEEK OP PRAYER." LUKK 4:18-'J1I. "'''Th spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he had anointed me pru'nch the Gospel to the poor: He halth ý'nt Ine to heal tilthe brokll learted, to plneach deliveralnce to the capltives, andl recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that i:re1 bruized: l'o preach the accept able year of the Lord. ' ' " T'his da!, in thiN' &ripture fulfiled in your ANALYISN. 1.--The anointing of the Holy Ghost. I1.-The Gospel preached to the poor. lIl.--The Gospel mission. Ist. --It hea:ls the broken in heart. 2d. It delivers the captive. :l. - It gives sight to the blind. 4th.--It proclaims the acceptable yeaar of the I Lord. 'This (.Gospel (',hrist himnself preached when he was here in visiblo epereoit on the earth and after his resurre0 tion and just before his ascension, from the eastern slope of the Mount of Olives, he said to Apos...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 January 1881

STRI.WEEELY. w.AJ. LJ1',1 Publisher Ofcia1 Tour al of tile <c1ity.irf . lr ,Tm ' LL..AATTREME.KI, Editor.L T8 VOL. 2. ý ý BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1881. - O ATTOINEYS. . _,..... ..n........ vnnr·r  ...rntir."..n -,,, C (J, IrIe Afrotla AT LAW. Will G. attend promptly to all business Intrusted to hblm. Oice on Conventionl streot, between lhird andl Church streets. Baton louge, La. (-W. p¢pIg, A'rroaKIY ATr LAW uarl * Notary PIublle, 'Port Allr,, West Baton lou, La. Hpctll tttolntlon gIveo to the eci. ton of account, tkkUig testihimlony nnder comn miniaon, and to all other cmitter, reiqu.irin the atrntilun of an Attorney or Notary in th, parlh of West Baton Rouge, pJts4 vJnl3. T $. LAN(4, ArroasrK ANICOUEous Oelt L. At Law, I)oaldsolnvill, La. Will prac. toe In all the courts of the htate of Lonislunla. riHONH. B. DUPRE3I, Arrossr J, and Counselor at Law. tflice--No. 6, Pike's Row, liaton Roue1 La. Will practice il the State and Federal Uourtsi HERC BON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 January 1881

LEON J48TaR$1 SKI, Editor and eItasiness Manager. BATON ROUGE, JAN. 18. 1881. COL. JOHNWTON'S ORDER. mRu '0 For the information of parents and the public generally, we publish be low, the admirable order, which Col. we Johnston, issued previius to His de parture, on the leave granted him by pie the Board of Supervisors, for the pur pose of enabling him to arrange his 'afhiirs with a view of taking up, per manently, his residence here, as the President of the Louisiana University. C It will be observed that Col. John- se ston means, seriously, to apply him- h self to the task of educating the youths tha who have been, and will, doubtless in great numbers, soon be confided to bn tral his care. A thorough system of instruction o has been| organized and the earnest work of educating the cadets is pro gressing in the most satisfactory man- clai The people generally will applaud 18t Col. Johnston and endorse the views which are embodied in the measures he has adopted for the guidance of g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 January 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. New Sheriff Sales in this issesue. Certificates from different parties ap pear in another column, which may rove to be of immense interest to the *eneral public. Hunt them up and 'cad carefully. Samuel H. Irwin, of Ute Creek, Col- ai ax Co., New Mexico, says :-If my wife t' vould quit work as she should at her tu ge(6) she would live years, a monu- Be act to the magic influence of the Mc 'Only Lung Pad." acl We learn that, on Sunday evening d ast, a barge belonging to Wood, Wid tey & Co., which was laden with 2200 col arrels of sand, the property of Messrs. tuart, Widney and Randolph, was nP' aught in a swell on the river, at a point the me thirteen miles above this city, sen nd sunk. for con BASlurFtLL--A great many people are of 1 nnoyed by a constant aversion to so- tha ety and a conscious sense of bashful ss. All this is the result of nervodu spO sorders, wbioh may be speedily all- j 'Ited by the tise of Dr. Flagg's Liver end ad, which cures without medicine....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 January 1881

TIHE PARISH DEBT SETTLEMENT. A P We publish belowthe pgopositions MI and counter propositions of the saleial committee of the Police Jury and of the principal creditors, with Or regard to an amicable adjustment of Dick the back indebtedness of the parish. Glen A great portion of that debt was cami incurred during the profligate reign true] of the carpet-baggers and the other sistli would surely have been cancelled Rece long ago, had the Davis and the Un- her, derwoods applied the money levied Aus, from the people to that and other The legitimate purposes. this The question that now stands be- S4 fore us is simply as to the ability of Jas. the parish to pay this debt of $100,- weR 000) ' We are sure that every reason- gall able man will agree with us in an- Yea swering that it cannot do it. with The prettiest woman in the world to p can not give more than she possesses. The Parish of East Baton Rouge, is for exactly in the same position. for What the Police Jury and the wh( creditor...

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