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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 March 1881

.. . . . . . , Q.. .,L " .+`r. . "r ji' ý ' .: .. . ....a... . JA TR MS4 E4to 1 " t VOL.3. BATON ROUGE, LOISIAASATURDAY, MARCH 5. 88 ATTORNEYB. S(. $SIRD, ATrolMvN AT LAw. Will J. atfit promptly to all builnelm intrustel to him. Oltlon on (ionvention street, betweeu ''bhird and Church streets, Baton Jlange, La. C W. P'OPE, ATrrol.r0 AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Iouge, La. Special atteution glrvn to the cnol. ledt hINJ of ae¶conts, taking it'timony under com-. tiiatuio, and to all other tuattern relqurlnyg the attelthlm of an Attorney or Notary In the parish ,,r West Baton Rut!ge. apry v13 IT M. LAN(4, ArFrortnz AcDCOUnCsTon 1. At Law, Donaldlouville, La. Will prac. ti e In all the courta of the State of Louisana. º 'HOn. I. DUPRI EE. ArronruY 1 and Coannelor at Law. (flico-,No. O, Plke'e Row, liaton ltouge La. Will practice In the state and Fderali (uurlts. 1.1 )CEHILON & B) CALE, 1 . A I.IIravNKa atl CoL siNl.ouiS AT LAW. O(lllce on North Iloulovard str...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 March 1881

TAX OLLECTOrS SALES. L `TATI o1'l IIA 1Av. I. IN , qunent Tu Debtors PPsah of  lot ! o ilonge.-By itoe ot the t ethorliy veted it me by.law, I wig p'roe o to sll at puble mtlon, .,ths (cou theoane door of l pale , wlithn lehgal Halo bhot on NaSl( rde , theot ttb Mi bre, adC ,. I, 13I, In accordance with Sootlon 1 of Act tate ,)' No. 107 of the(icneral Asembly of this State, CA (caion of 140, the following described prop. erem , rty, forfilted and sold for dnlllquelt taoes and n a i,,,t. recdecaml,. to.it: . ee AtCENAUX Mrs. M-te lot numberfIe, CA I icatetown; one lot, oumber flv(o, MagnollIle. twen U(IfUSTUR THEODOR-Onolot number-- b 0 cclnua'o number two. nhborh looneCazOe. I ear AJLInm Trl & iIO- n bnn dnd and twenty- eon t fve aortc bandy Creek, t.ormirly Nomnom; two (Oe hudndrtel crte, White's licoia; ten acre Slo. C. :um Taunt. lots, A[ IxE IS. JO()iN--(hiu sd three-fourth acres el h , Pla'lnk Road, hbnnded cly th by heirs of lRpp c'cti hev I' l ccr-. wt. c Iy I' r ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Witting has some bee-hIves for mt4 wale. Mee advertlsement. to I Mo: The iron work on the State house i o being done with all the speed possibleo, l sonsidering the slow and heavy oharac- of ter of the work. anc The worst thing about kissing a l'itts- .Ix burg girl is that you carry the marks of smi coal dust about your nose and other feat- a ni tureu till you reach the nearest pump. ant bed jondon combination needles, 150 in package, for 25 cents, at Singer Se.wing Machine Office, Main Street. Trains on the Baton Rouge, Grosse to 1 'Fete and Opelousas Railroad have ceas- car ed running on account of overflow, eml caused by high water from Morganza roe crwhene. wee rGrdening in now the order of the day ant In the Highland City. It is said that a j, " good garden is more' than half a sum- of mer's living, and it behoove's our friends reit to "''make hay while the sun shines." dot bot The weather for the past tour or live noi days has been simply superb. Ieanti- bel...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 March 1881

LeN JA3BTmE sl .....*.3. . BATON ROUGE, MARCH . 1881 .;w.TO.s uOO MARCH 5, 1881. '. The growing winter wheat crop In the a this country this year, covers 3,019,- the 31 acres, against 2,9f,080 last year. ]kno No, Melinda, you sc wrong; it is b not the sharpness of the point ofd ate pencil that makes a paragrapher; it the i- the sharpness of the fellow whol clre makes the point.-Philadelphia Item. A Wisconsin farmer twenty-three quel years ago planted a piece of waste Neu land, unfit or cultivation, withblack- the walnut trees. The trees are now mad from sixteen to twenty inches in diam- the' ,,ter and have been sold for $27,000. In J dolli The Charleston (S. C.) NSews says Co that the Georgia Historical Society it a have a drum which was used at the per battle of Cowpens, 17th of January, con 1781. It is in good preservation and The serviceable, and traces its existence coll hack to Major COnningham's Georgia Battalion. pak Trhe Port Vincent Livingstasian tine contained an illitera...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. I A man's character is like a fence-it eannot be strengthened by whitewash. Remnant laces from 10 cents up, for I ~ie at the Singer Sewing Machine Of. fice, Main Street. r Facts to remember: Some men are good because goodness pays best : some are good for niothing. a London combination needles, 151) in a package, for 25 cents, at Singer Sewing t, Machine Office, Main Street. v J.\Y D. DuNssINs, Clerk. Wabash ti Shops, Toledo, Ohio, says :-I am Inow wearing an "Only Lung Pal."anud it has afforded me almost instant relief ti from asthma.'--See Adr. A teacher asked his class: "IHow do n you pronounce s-t-i--g-y "' A smart b boy stood up and said: "That depends tl a great deal on whether you mean to L use it on a man or a wasp' t" Jacob Fahmnert. of the Sumter is one of it the boys who knows how to tix a lem- to onade that upsets the headach,. There P is an old saying that ''experience is the I best lesson," and all you have to do is g to give the Sumter a call. 0 lRemnan...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 March 1881

L EON LJANTEE1I. .....f.... edffr V. A. LeMIEUR ............ Publtre H1ATON ROUGEt MARCF 5. MI I The President convened the Senate f in extral Resion on the 1it inst. it The Catholle Orpbhnage at Hyde Park, Scranton, has been burned. 1#Lttmv childreo were taken oat dead and two are missing. The hearts have again defeated the lt British at Spit~skot, unear Laingenek. c Report ntal;e tbat Ge Co 'lley is kill ein ant only one hundrea Hritish eRs raped. 1 In certain parts of Germany the peasantry consider it good luck to meet a pig. 'oldJiers out fhraging ing i this country during the war used to 1 think the same way. All members of the cabinet except Sherman \i\l tender their resignations t to Garfield after he is sworn in to-day. Slherman's resignation which is al- l ready teindered to Hayes. will take c effect to-day. The religious ceremony of the mar- t riage of Prince William and Princess 1 Augusta ' was performed l'uesday in the chapel of the Royal Castle by the t: Chief Court Cha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 March 1881

o1" on1 IiWsIx ' Ii 'S -. A etheor OGrlf at Pinding nor llo* loved Iloy Wlnea lr lh Ilelrped NMou of Ceauiets. A J.eflerson City eillNmteh to the, St. loniM (Mlobn.Dcoaecrt, Jan. 2, uays: ,"Occ, orf the sadden t sien.n oever wit. ajecss. ilI tihe Miºt rlotri penitcitilary tramupiird to-day. A motlher mcet foulr her rown wearing thi stripedl su1it ias onvicts wlthlin its walls 'Their nalme atdl crtimes, as recorded on tho perlnitoen ticlry rulln arec: .)Jcui' GrnenwadCE; 'ag€ed :10 yearsc, ten ye're for robleory, ruceivedl Noivceel, r a:i lnut. ,li tbhr Orceunwile, acge.I, gl; year'., sMonl yearm for rnohlery iuil liau'iy, I lremckiridlgo (rkemswciler, agel 2",; n,ecve, yetlrs fur rohliery usll Ilecre'S. II l'cry ( renwllide, agiel 'gee, l4e' ye'rsc i ru;' r lcicry 11,l1d larecuy ; r' ,'eic l ei la (o, hebecre yste'l'rdiy : II ifrcui fillth'N ('(IifIit.. 'I'lihe fther and mother or thrcs tutn liic' ill ,itlriiin, 1c1r' ,Mount Stierli.ig Ky., keep, a hotel, iI ir,' tolerlably well...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 March 1881

Wedded to a Gambler, Who *l. athe itster and Clarges his Wife With uiwder. Early on the morning of July 6th,. 1M7#, a carriage drove up to the Par ker House, Boston, from which alighted a young and handsome n;an. He gazed about him for a moment, 0 and then reentered the coach. He had hardly seated himself when, at ,young girl, scarcely 19, with a face as purely beautiful as a rose-blossom, approached the vehicle and seated herself beside the occupant within. The coach then proceeded on its way through the city, until it reached a gloomy mansion. The man knocked. The door was opened and they en- t tered and were ushered into an ante chamber, where stood a woman of harsh and forbidding features, and beside her was a man who purported t to be the officiating clergyman. Hle opened some book, the ceremony was mumbled over in a strange, indistinct tanner, the ring wtas placed on the finger of the bride, the pair was pro- i notntlced man and wife, the hook was closed land tucked under the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 March 1881

14 4: B W. A. LeteUEUR, PnMse Official Cournnal of the cit adCl Paris 1. { tL. JASTREMS9KI, Edtwi too. VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, M CH 81881. ATTORNEYS. C C. BIRD, ATroRNTY AT LAW. Will . attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. C1 W. POPJ, ATrrowsi AT Law and V Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Reoge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking teetimony under com. inasion, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish 1 West Baton Rouge. apr ' i l3 H S. LANG, ArroRNr AND COUNSELO * At Law, Donaldsonrille, La. Will prac. Eoe in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rl'HOS. B. DUPREE, ATrorixaY . and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row. Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the liate and Federal Courts. HERIRON & BEALE, ATronIErS sad COUNh~LOR'M ATLAW. Office m North Boulevard street, near the post off...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 March 1881

/IIjW IIy IjjIilli 7, w . A4. 1L3 .... ....W bMIIe BATOR OUGO, MAr'CM S'. 18L' ; THU IwAeWIJrAL ADBBaDh. For the first time since the close .f the war for Secession, a President electhas addressed himself, in his in agaural, to the reason and patriotismi of the Ameriean people. Mr. Garfield has had the good sense and the courage to speak kindly Qf the South and thus proclaim to the oountry that the Union is now fully re-established. As President of the United States, -aot as the Generalissimo of the RIe publican party, does Mr. Garfield ex press his broad and enlightened views, the greater portion of which will meet the approval of a large majority of the people. He evidently believes that the light of education will serve the colored voter better, in directing his ballot, than the bayonets of the army. By following the course which he has mapped out, the new President will quiet sectional animosities and distrusts. The people will cease to look upon future presidential elections as...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. See notice of stolen male in another solumn. l e We never find out how good a man is I until he dies nor how bad he is until he t goes into politics. C We take especial pleasure in noting a the arrival of that popular ex-Baton Rougean Philip H. Mentz, Esq., who, 1 besides Winning the golden opinion and i esteem of the people of Morgan City, ( among whom he resides, has further en- a deared himself to them, by wedding one s of the most accomplished young ladies 1 ofthat vicinity. We feel certain that a s host here will join the CAPI'roIAN in c wishing our friend Philip and his lovely i bride any amount of bliss and worldly t goods. d Captain Yates, of rie Alliance, ac sompanied by several of his officers, . came ashore yesterday to return the call , of the Vice Consul of France and the t Mayor. They also visited the Capitol, t Penitentiary and the U. S. Barracks. 'They are as polishied and clever as gen- t tlemen can Ie, perfect types of the gal lant officers who compo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 March 1881

Toi* 4Maim . thbig Me a* 1 New Tak Pay 0I the ditmer' t~lbte the Dead Cotned. in I ,swe. form, New Orleana Pleayune' Thursday morning, at half-past 0 rows o'clock, the 71st Regiment repaired oot to Greenwood Cemetery to salute the sprir Confederate monument. When the their train had arrived ani the troops had hand alighted, column of fours was formed, o and the battalion,'headed by the reg- tra c iental band and commanded by Col. and 1 liehard Vose, marched into the cem- mer etery and around the monument to foll the solenmn measure of a dirge. color The battalion was drawn up in line wild fronting the monument on the side beat upon which is the bust of Gen. Lee, diffe the officers having marched by with tary heads unncovered. stag Rev Carlos Martyn, Chaplain of the gold 71st, and pastor of the Thirty-Fourth in p street Retorm Church, New York, de- of c, livered an eloquent address. then He said: lege "A famous German theologianonce t said: 'Thank God for sin!' Not that only there is...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 March 1881

-3~· ~1:, M - "' 74 W.i~i& ourfl&1 Of thae City' and.Pab W. A. L.SUEDUR, Publub Li. JA lTREMSK9 Emdltor. VOL.3. BATON ROUGIE LOUSAATU DA ME I 7';i:~.J VOL, 3" -1 - ne u } AI f s a ATTORNEYS. -i C. ]IIRD ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will . attend prumplY to ail I)uinM initrusnte.d to him. O ptlA on (tovention ttrteet, betweeu Third and Chraboh treeta, Bitoon Rouge. La. tW . ()OPE, ArlOtIIR Ar LAW andt . Notoy Public, Port Allen, Wsat Baton Itollge', l. hSpecial tltention giv' to .te. vol. lertti of accountN, taking t _etinmony u dl'r cot tulIltiOn, aItn to all other tnattertl' requiring thi attention orf a tttonetty or Notary ItI thl 1parish of' Went HBton Rouge. _ P' v'.it3 . I M. LANG, ArroutKr AND UC(ou:Nto.t IL. At Law, i)onaldeamvlliº , tI' . Vill prac tice in mll the courts of1' thlll tn of olt.. n. . r and (Cownuulor ut Law. 011114--No. I t'Lkcr' HIow, Baton ItRotllt, La. Will tpract In i the Statse andIl Fmlederit C"o rta. _.. on N orth b oulUd. tI r tie IL RIaton l.i t. liR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 March 1881

s &* ± *M** ·I. · IMAROB 10. 1L881. "Railway trains are still sno bound In the,Northwestern States.. 'A "modern improvedbible is the snsatibn of the hour in New York. It has been 'nowing stidily in Scotland for more thanl70 hours. The British troops are preparing to evacuate Candalhar, in Afghanistan. General and Mrs. Grant were to broekfast with the President on the 9th. Ion. Wm. P. Frye, has been nomi nated Senator by the Maine Repub licans. Pile driving continues on the new railroad bridge across theOanchita at Monroe. With the exception of Hon. Iobt. V. Lincoln, the new cabinet qualifled on the 7th. Senator Mahone, after taking the oath of office, took his seat on the Re publican side. 'An entire block of buildings was t destroyed by linf in Vicksburg, olu. the 8th inst. Lowenburg & Co.'s livery stable,I at Vicksburg, containing fourteen horses, was burned on the 6th inst. A man, named Ananias White, kill ed his ife at Nashville. His six year old son is the principal wit...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 March 1881

(d hi if ;4i , LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. G. A. Herthum will please accept our tbhanks for two copies of the Con- gi stantinople Messenger. The mail boat, Morning Star, re-ap- ij peared on time yesterday evening, hav- ai 'ing occupied but two days in New Or- aR leans in having necessary repairs done to her screw. She will, as usual, con- re tinue to do her diuty with regularity. Lient. M. F. Jamar, U. 8. A., the pop ular instructor in military tactics and To commandant of cadets,at the Ulniversity, has favored us with a copy of the Cecil fl (Md.) Democrat, containing an interest- 71 ing record, proving Marshal Ney to have B been an American. We will publish the ,j same ootn. Col. E. W. Robertson, looking in splen- F did health, called on us on his return from Washington. He represented the situation there as anything but discour aging. He believes that President Gar field wilt adhere to a policy of concilia- J tion, and fair dealing towards the South. The Colonel has done yeoman service in ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 March 1881

C apitelflan-1 bhs3iotf brgot. ten you though my Comuinnication of last week was for the Advocate. I am equally interested in both our local papers, so I cannot be more par tial to one than another, therefore, this .week, you shall, .have my undi vided attention. We Capital City people, are just having no end of fun, down here. But what shall I tell you of first With this query I'll launch forth on a stream of gossip, remind ing you, gentlythough, that it is Lent, Ash- Wednesday, and with ashes upon my forehead, I feel like a penitent sinner, either from the revulsion of feeling, befitting such occasions, or fatigue from yesterday's excitement and Rex's ball last night. I echo Moore's sentiments: "This world is but a fleeting show," and exclaim, "Vanity, vanity, all is vanity." 'rhe past week has seemed like one long continued holiday, at midnight, even on Canal street, you forget it is not mid-day, for one meets crowds hurrying to and fro from entertain ments, parties, theatres and...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 March 1881

on«ýwis a ,ant 0k ,i·. S-: ·· W. L* AMIUEUPt b3IS Omfficial Journia1 of the 0Itt ar l d. garish: O. BAO RG OAR 1 OL .BTON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATUBA,5AO 14 ¢,+ BATON , D ,,& ARCH ýVOL.3, ATTORNETS. 18 C. BIRD, ATroam AT Law. Will 9 aMtnd promptly to all buasness intruated, thi. Moeo on ConCventaon street, between Thlyd and Church streets, Baton Rouge. L. SW. POPE, Arrwoams AT Law and SXntry Public, Port Allen, West Bton R ,I 1. L pecial attention dven to the col leVion sof acots, taking testmony under comt mission, and to all other tabers requirmg the attention of,- Attorney or Notr in the parish of West Baton RouLg. apr4 vhn13 HS. .LANG, ArroauT AxY CoLmaeo I At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prae. ties in all the eouart of the State of Louisiana. P 13HOS. B. DULPREE, ATTrormr I and Conselor at Law. OJice-No. 6, Pike's l'ow, Baton Bongo, La. Will praotioe in the Stat and Federal Courts. H[.e-a RRON & BEALE, r1rotuars and CousiLone Al LAw. Office on North Boulevard street, nea...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 March 1881

?.` A. 41ewasE .". ....Wnbu Ih BATOIt ROUGE MARCH 1t, 1881. gsITUa CAPIrTAL AT TSB DIMZ of theI DOUAL 'P PLArmT . We v From the New Orleans States, of failure th l10th inst., we gather the welcome t Ows, that the gepresentative of a atuber of English capitalists has tats re reached New Orleans, for the purpose F r of making permanent arrangements whereby our planters who can offer progre good security will be enabled to ob- destro tain all the funds they need to ctrry o t on planting, at eight per cent interest io per annam; this for as long a period enfran as they may wish. The The States further says, that as an e evidence that the capitalists mean orderl business, sever hundred and flfý the r, thousand pounds sterling have al- e ready been remitted to their agents ile nc .in New Orleans, to awaitany demand Pro that will meet the stipulations of the perien loan. peld e The advent of this foreign capital will have the effect of liberating our pel of planters from the too great exa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 March 1881

Nnw OalulaAs, March 2, 1881. T Deet (ptopous--1 have netforgot- re ten you though my communteAtlon of last week was for the Advocate. I dta am equally interested in both our the F local papers, so I cannot be more par- tin tial to one than another, therefore, of v this week, you shall have my undi vided attention. We Capital City Mo people, are just having no end of fun, tell down here. But what shall I tell youn u0 of first ? With this query I'll launch fled forth on a stream of gossip, remind- this Ing you, gently though, that it is Lent, dea Ash-Wednesday,and with ashes upon I my forehead, I feel like a penitent win sinner, either from te' revulsion of witJ feeling, befitting such occasions, or our fatigue from yesterday's excitement gan and Rex's ball last night. I echo fop Moore's sentiments: ",This world is but a fleeting show," and exclaim, ne "Vanity, vanity, all is vanity." not The past week has seemed like one nat long continued holiday, at midnight, insi even on Canal str...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 March 1881

.....r'·.....udm~i~ 'IATON BOUGF; MAWCB 12. 1861. --........ e 1. For the first time since the close rioh .t the war for Secession, a President of T6et has addrese& imaself, in his in- of tr augaral, to the reason and patriotism siblJ of the American people. , dict 'r. Garfield has had the good sense blin sad the courage to speak kindly of H the South and thul proclaim' to he Tr *untry, that the Union is now fully of C re-established. busi As President of the United States, be met as the Generalissimo of the Re- spo publican party, does Mr. Garfield ex- fav, press his lroadtnd enlightened views, der the greater portion of which will meet 1 the approval of a large majority of Gei the people. He evidently believes in that the light of education will serve lay the colored voter better, in directing Stu his ballot, than the bayonets of the like army. me By following the course which he in. has mapped out, the new President will quiet sectional animosities and W, distrusts. The peopl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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