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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 March 1881

uýy a .{ ý i :ý i r '. '': u q / haz· . ATTORNEYS. i C. BIRD ArroaRnm AT LAW. Will * atte,,d prompty to all business intrusted to him. Oflice on Convention street, between 'Thrd and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. - W . .OPE, ArTTroRu Ar Law and . Notay Public, Port Allen, West Baton JLouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testimony under com. mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish ,f West Baton Rouge. apt4 v2n13 S T. LAOANND COUN.SELOR H. At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tic~ in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. S'HOSi. B. DUPREE, ATTOarEY I and Counselor at Law. Office--No. 6, Fike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federaf Courts. IC-ERON & B1i ALE, ýTroTR rYS aant COUNCELOItS Ar LAW. Oftico on Žorth Boulevard street, near the post oflice, Baton Rouge. La. Will attend to all law bunsi ne a entrusted to to them in this and adjoiing parishes. A. S. Herr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 March 1881

LEON oJ5AsTEEM1 ...........Editor W. A. LeSl1 R* ....*.......Publtsher BATON ROUGE. MARCH 22, 1881. THE JURY FARCE. ni Law-abiding citizens throughout t the State are expressing their disgust a, at'the ways with which the ends of ti justice are being constantly defeated 0 by the juries formed under the pres ent system. hi A jury trial now-a-days is nothing R short of an open and shut game. The si attorneys entrusted with the defense p, of a prisoner are allowed to turn aside twelve persons, whose only disquali- ai fication is that they appear to be con- s scientious and intelligent men, while a the State's Attorney can object to but o six of the "hard cases" whom the de- p fenders of the criminals manage to 1l have brought up as talesmen. The very best citizens are exc used from serving on a jury upon the plea ti that having heard the particulars h about the case, they have already 5 made up their minds, when every a murderous or felonious act is a matter P which the newspapers and ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Vor AdmlUltrselar of Pollee. MrIt, iIrI'rI)--PIlaaai aslnnlalme ohi n1 t @onti' date for r..*lotetna to th araon of A dlnlnitlateor of Ponlhti, Ilaaae n to ba hthil on 1fonllAy "'Aprll4th prot,-Pl4, 'T, II, ILLNO , For Adm iNlslraltor of Vlauane, Cl'rnrn '!AlrrrlIhtN*'-Yau will |pla.nts anontllltr then inn ,or Mr, W. I' IKIIt), tfr thlr olit' of Adlnlsl.trlateof' oll l',Il., tullrlrt.rol tJhe. t.'t iof thI plIatple, va the iahnnlrIpl a'lantlu Ion , he hh'II a, thf 4th of Ait til gto hlaIn' MANy V'rwtna. We 'r a anlthorledl to iantaIunanaI I IC'A IC. 1II A M IICL$ as a aaImlthilat frlr 44ehalaitratorl of |hn+SIN at the approtanihtilg hunlmh'ilta alnai tintle,, n taaay, Atarll 4th, prie, Per (ltus nwlneu. . hlit N .t, V'A1X 'itad -I(ilN uu, aIt Ja. * l. all alnt.'m fia' C ati'ninlihia , li,.t tl'aINI, Malltl'Ilnl I",. Ihiana teo 'l h l, hla n II t l (Ilah ,f r AprilI, t' I ,NI A 1N v \ 't'(IitR Mlti l (t1ti t1 1 (il' gI'lglN tt'llt1 i 1 I I Nth 4 IN .Nllt,, Mil . . ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 March 1881

si I, on AsTtiPLAI T Rs A bone Pide Tendeir OtZo to to the Plhate, at leak lats,. New Orlearns Statces.J Apropos of the information publish ed excltsively in the States, that cer tain British capitalists propose to loan to the planting community of the South a large amount of money at 8 per cent per annum, the writer yesterday had another talk with the gentleman from whom the informna tion is derived, and was authorized by him to say, that Messrs. Shattuck & Hoffman, are the custodians of the large amount of British capital which they hold for this purpose and that they alone are authorized to make negotiations, such as have been sub stantially indicated in the States ar ticle published on Thursday. He regrets, that even incidentally, he has been brought into prominence in a financial measure which lie was MAINLY INSTRUMENTAL IN ACCOM I'LISIIINO, and reiterates the assertion heretofore specifically made, that excepiting in entertaining a sincere desire to afford the agriculturis...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 March 1881

frN11:wP:~m~~ r . rr .'ý F' , . - , ' 3 !: W.A. L9UVPublishew Offio±1 Zrourn&1 of thae city~ an1. Par.s , LJATi1MMSHKI, Editor. BI1 OISoil MuDlA i L tl i 1i ;LýLýL3;:·r: VOL. 38.ATN ROUGE, LOUIS:  I I . .. . i II I III o I I I I I I . . . . . ... . . .. . .... . . . . . .. . ...~.~·t . "ri 1 ' - :. . .: : --i::·i'., ATTORNEYS. C1 .. BHIRD ATroUxxy AT LAw. Will Stttend promptly to all business intrusted to him. OtSee on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Monge, La. , W. POPE, ArroIntxr Ar LAW and . Notary Public, rort Allou, West Baton Rtmge, La. Special attentlon given to the Dol. lectlon of accounts, taking testimuony tnder cort . IoisNion, and to all other matter" reqiring the attention of aui Attorney or Notary in the parila of West Baton Iougemp. apr( V2U13 Hr 4.LANG, ArrouNMr AvuCoutatRon . At Law, Donaldsonville. La. Will prac. tice In all tho courts of the State of Louisiana. 3'I.H(). I. I)UIPREE, A'nrroIMn I nd Conaselor at Law. OMtice-...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 March 1881

.iI.-Ti ý~i. F.~~s ~ ··~.·'ILr '4IA Vin ·AO WC 4 81 ODSTelKSa . body to  •city the The t, "more than any other taxation goetion othe ipantry, is sau%.'Ig template . 9ram the inertia 'and the sublime sel- clause. . .bhnse o numbers of the inhabitants The i in f too many oeite localities. decision Thie men of whom we speak, have and tho g; ramdally educated themselves down the pro, :.to the idea that man's mission on leans is S.o.l.rth is solely to take care of himself, other to 'ad that he owes absolutely nothing mills. Vtos society or country. Whi Suach individuals, provided they our frie : n enjoy in seclusion the material doot i somforts of life, care not whether the or for ti r: grows in the towns or cities petition 'wherein they live, nor do they feel session Sthe slightest sympathy or desire to which I aotribnte in ameliorating the con- ,.ts of dition of their neighbors and fellow- the co men. The Yet they consider themselves good the wi £itizens and even christians, through o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. ..... -r. --.- -- ror A4d SliStratrI o Pollee. Ma. EDrelU-PleaMe asenaee me sb eandrl bate for reeleotLon to theaMoe of Administrator ps ollee. Election to be held on Monday Aprilldth pro:.-Paid. T. II. EIILLEN. I oroa eAPrrOLIuI--You will ples' announce the amse of Mr. VW. P. KIDB, for the office of Atsjlinistrator of Pdoce., anbJet to tho vote of the people, at the municlpal election to be held -,e the 4th of April and oblill MAm VcrUas, For AdmislMtrator of Finance. We are authorised to announce MICHAEL SCUHAMBERS a a cand4.date for Admlnistrator of Finance at the appisachling municipal eieoc tion, 'n Monllday, April 4th, prox. For Counlltmen. EITrog(nACI'ITOLLa--Poleae annlllOue Meslirs. JOHIN5. WAX and JOHN (;01t. I'V Y as ni dataes fir Counctllmn, First Waird. lMunw'ipal Election to lieheld*n the fourth of .pril. lnet. SM.ANY V(JTE iIS. Elr Tonl CArITOt(IAN-Yo will pkleiil' alnonce the name of MOLIERE IAN(E, Esq., as a eandldate for meuamb'er of theCity (nr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 March 1881

aOBlI 9, fI1P0 t S'al, rB ML vTATRf OF LOUISXANA1 ra. DELIN- y .qnent Tax Debtor Parish of- Est Batas obl e Mge-By vmrtue of <Sd authorty vested In ame FL by aw. Iwill proeed to ell at public auction, Broot atthe Courthouse door of this parish, within ded b t legal sale hours on GOOD Satarday, the 4d day of April two acre A. D. 18P1, m scordanee with Section l of Act by Dine No. 107 of the General Assembly of this State, GARI sesilon of.lt 0, the following described plop' Place, b erty, finfelted and sold for dehlaquNnt taxes and J q Con got, redeemed. to-wit: acres AIRCENAtX Mrs. M--One lot number five est by. (attstown; one lot nnumber tfive, Magnoliv-tl. and twe AIUGUtSTt'S TIHEODORE-0ne lot number- tract sor square number two. suburb Bolneeze. GARI A RIIBOUR &. BRO-O1 hundred and twenty- acres on live c.res Sandy Creek,l formerly Neetoc ; two of Knox lundreld acres, White's latn; tell acres Sb. Jones C uimn Tract. GRA A LEXIM. JOHN-One and three-funrth acres twoacr on Pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 March 1881

w. xswA. L.SV B Pablshe O4o±1oial 3ox1 1 of tOt y V L. JASTREMKI MW. 0* VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA, SATUIAYAI ra:!e ATTORNEYS. C. C. BIRD ATroaT AT LAw. Will . attend promptly to all business intrsted to him. Offie on uonvention street, beween Third and Church streets, Bator ,RoaUF*a + W. POPE. Anroan5 AT LAW and G. otary Public, Port Allen, Weet Baton Rone, La. Specal attention gliven to the col. letilon of accounts, taking testtmouy under comi. mtansin, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the pariah aot West Baton Rouge. 1pr4 v.ul3 f . LANG, ArrotuzY aru, CouNeSEa . At Law, DonaldsonDVto, La. Will prac. tlice ia all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rl O0. B. DUPRE]B, Arrowar1 I and Counsaelor at Law. O(ttlce-No. it, Pik.'s How, haton Rouge, La. Will practice in the ttate and Federal Courta. I rtRON & i-IEALE, A'nIoKuYH 5and Cot. Nstl.olts AT LAW. oUtlce on North lhonlevard street, near the post office, Itaton Iou~ge, (Ist. Wmi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 March 1881

An t lI, .. W* A. AeSINUB O:?...... rw BATON EOUOEJ MANC!1 24i 1081 *DBYAItas bdi / clty The South, more than any ether t teetion of the country, is salurlag ton from the inertia and the sublime eel* el- a Ashness of numbers of the nhabitants of too many ef it localities. de The men of whom we speak, have *n gradually edaeated themselves down the to the idea that man's missioa on lea earth is solely to take eare ofthlimself,oth and that he owes absolutely nothing mil to seciety or country.1 Snob individnals, provided they or *an enjoy in seclusion the material do omforts of life, ears not whether the or grass grows in the towns or cities pal wherein they live, nor do they feel su the slightest sympathy or desire to wh contribute in ameliorating the con- est ditlon of their neighbors and fellow- the men, Yet they consider themselves good tie ,4itisens and even christians, through of conslon6enss tat they do not violate the the laws nor id lict direct harm unto As others. It would se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 March 1881

' Mo)ilng-hby on the Boor, ] Mking for the feeder;  Salight sima to make it oanem; Baby "on a bender !" All the spool upset ad pBe, d Chairs drawn into ile. a ,.ame strung acrom , Ought to make one smile ; Apro clean, carls smooth, eyes blse, (How the chuarms will dwindl4,) Por I rather think-don't yea Baby "ls a swindle l"' toou-A tangled, silken floss t Getting in blue eys ; Apron that would not keep clsi, If a baby tries! One blue shoe unoted, and one Uaderneath the table ; Chairs gone mad; and blocks nodt oy 1 , Well as they are able; c Baby in a high cbalr too, Yelling for his dinner, S•$pn in mouth: I think-don't yes laby "is a sinner!" Night--Chair all set back agals, Biloks and spools in order; 0 One blue shoe beneath the mat Tells of a marauder; Apron folded on a chair, a Plaid dress torn and wrinkled. Two pink feet kicked pretty bae.. Little fat knees crinkled : In the crib and aonquered. too. By sleep, blessed evangel, Now I sorely think-don't yos- Ilaby 'ie an angel ! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 March 1881

P. A. LNVag ".........P bWhe BATON ROUGE. MARC.J 26. 1881, THE JUT VANC. think Tasme was ramm. naval. Law-abiding citizens throughout Rouge the State are expressing their disgust asines 'at the ways with which the& ends of the1 justice are being constantly defeated 0. Tim by the juries formed under the pres- The ent system. have e A jury trial now-a-days is nothing Rouge short of an open and shut game. The sissipr attorneys entrusted with the defense posed of a prisoner are allowed to turn aside Whi twelve persons, whose only disquali- are nm Acation is that they appear to be con- streets scientious and intelligent men, while are w, the State's Attorney can object to but on a six of the "hard cases" whom the do- placet fenders of the criminals manage to level have brought up as talesmen. wade The very best citizens are exe used Bat from serving on a jury upon the plea ted tl that having heard the particulars have about the case, they have already N. 0. made up their minds, when ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. For AdMliastrator of Po4le*. Ms. bErro--Please announce me as candi late for re-election to the office of Administrator f Police. Election to be held on Monday pril4th prox.-Paid. T. B. HILLEN. EDrfos CAPrroLtuA-.Yon will please announce he name of Mr. W. P.KIDD, for the office of Udministrator of Police, subject to the vote of the people, at the municipal election to be held on the 4th of April and oblige MA.'r VOERas, For Administrator of Finance. We are authorised to announce MICHAEL CHAMBERS as a candidate for Administrator of Finance at the approaching municipal elec tion, on Monday, April 4th, prox. For Councilmen. EurrosCAYurrrout(-Please announce Meesr,. JOHN J. WAX and JOHN GRADY as candi dates for Councilmen, First Ward. Munnicipal Election to beheld on the fourth of April, next. MALy Y VOTERS. See notice of Registration in this s- Bator ste. great See change in the notice to Architects wonli and builders regarding Court House and road jail of the parish of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 March 1881

1pie Tal Calllter . i 0TATE OF LOUISIA3A, vs. DEWIN quent Tax Debtors Paish of Eut B.t. n ogLe-By virtue of the .athorlty vested ii me by law. I wll proceed to sell at public auctn, tithe Courthouse door of this prish, wt legal sale hour, on Iantrday, the !d day of Apri. A. D. 1881, m acordance with Section 1 of Act No. 107 of the General Amseibly of this State, session of 1880, the following described prop. erty. forfeited and sold for delinquent taxoe and not redeemed. to-wit: ARCENAUX Mrs. M-One lot number ive Gatestown: one lot number five, Magnoliaville. AUGUSTUS THEODIORE-One lot number- square number two. suburb BoneesUe. ARBOUR & BRO-One hundred and twenty ttre acres Sandy Creeks formerly Neesom; two hundred screes, White's Bayou; ten acres Slo cum Tract. ALEXIS, JOHN-One and three-fourth acrea on Plank Road, bounded south by heirs of Repp east by R. Sonches, west by Plank Road. ALTAZIN, SARAH Mrs.-Thee lots num. bers two, three and four, square number six. Beauregard T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. S5hatsdaý's ýdition. For A lulalstramtr of Pollee. Ma. ErrOI-Please sOeanee me ae a eandi* date for ke.eleetlon to the ooice of Admialatrator of Pollee. Eleetion to be held on Monday April 4th prox. T. B. HILLEN. EDrroz CArrrouiA-Yon will plete sanoa3,e the name of Mr. W. P. KID)D, for the olee of Administrator of Police, subject to the vote of the people, at the munlcipal election to be held on the 4th of April and oblies MAsr Vomnas, For Admnlaatrator of FPlnmee. We are authorised to announce MICILAEL CHA MBERB as a candidate for Admoinstrator of Finance at the approaching municipal elec. tion, on Monday, April 4th, prox. For CounellaMt. Fn rrToaCAroLIAN-Please announe' Messr4. JOH)N l . WAX and JOHN GIlA\Y an candi. diatre for Councilmen, First Waird. Munlcipal Elertiom to be held on the furth or' pril, ne:t. MANY VOTERS. EDrroICAPIvTOIAAN-You will please announce the name of Mi)LIERE LANGE, Esq., as a candidate for member of the City Ctouncll, from WYard No. I, a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 March 1881

oLIsaHn cArrITAL, Alp .., - sOVTHx PFLAM.II . A Bons Fide Tender o lf Money o ibe Plnater at Baunk Mates*. New Otleanu states. 101 Apropos of the informatiob publish. Fi ed exclusively in the States, that Oer- Q, tain British capitalists propose to &6 loan to the planting community of It the South a large amount of money so at 8 per cent per annum, the writer of yesterday had ,another talk with the li, gentleman from whom the Informa- ai tion is derived, and was authorized hi by him to say, that Messrs. Shattuck hi & Hoffman, are the custodians of the ei large amount of British capital which t they hold for this purpose and that cI they alone are authorized to make m negotiations, such as have been sub- tl stantially indicated in the States ar- , ticle published on Thursday. o He regrets, that even incidentally, It he has been brought ipto prominence a in a financial measure which he was h MAINLY INSTRH MIENTAL IN ACCOM1- a PLISIING, ti and reiterates the assertion heretofor...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 March 1881

aB~~1s .t"' i44 g JlS 3-OZ; 9 to BrfyO Uq ,,L Irt ýAý?AI e ·· ·'· ., r` i Big Ift lot L ATTORNEYS. SC. BIRD Arromu atT LAW. WillP . atte.d prompv to all buasisM i t to him. Ofie on Convention aeIrt, betsWa Third sad Church streets, Baten ore, La C.oW. PPeSPeA P aTl AT LAW end Notify l Port AllenWeet Ba 9e, f, &latr~]brtlon lie to the o Ualgl4 rad to aLtSher matter reainog the ten tdof an Attorney or Notgl n the parish of Wet Baton Rouge. apR 3o , HZ g. a G, Arrosla, LoCoiuezss *l At Law, Donldonvlle, L Will pro tlie in all the oaurt of the State of Loiuslana. r HOt. B. DUPRCC, Arrosa~r . and Conselor at Law. Ofice-l o. 6, Pike's : alnw, atnBoo, ] La. Will practice in the tite el FederaL Comte. EHERRON d& BiEALE, LLJ Arorlanluand CouNa3lms AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, neat the post office, Baton Rouse, La. Will attend to .l law busi. nes entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. 8. Herron.................. L.D. Beale. ,AVRQT IAM XON, A'rrou" ,atesx,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 March 1881

ST-N M-n AC-- MARC. *-9,,. n 7o. " e A"R' C i . , BA~ .ON °.,,i,...ARCH 99. Q1.. • ,t _, We teeeived, on last Sunday morn -I leltterT om Mr. Ereas D. Wil- The Niame a member of thq Boston i the B cers, whom we met on the occasioRi Pape of his flying visit to Baton Rouge, 1b tempi .company with his comrade, Mr. Ab-. r Sott, who had lidtaed him to cowme So and take a view of his campinggroud itself daring the late war. i to . ' e. etetlbe gallaantBosenisnettUr p t "J ng thMat a theyz *sm going. 6LO 'a the Mary H ,ousion a their re- sid i ` . ,trlp to New Orleaiid, whither we whog Sisalso giing. Th } tiot been long in their com- levee ,ere we had judg~d them to be stop, t they ate, ganla). wholesonled other a: til igeit mei1 plani Sy 'tbhe time we reached New Or- to be leanei we et uponil them as good La friends. they had trAnkky admitted ed B - that the South and its people. were pop very different from what ..they wore to ge .epreented to be at their home. ored - -We parted on Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 March 1881

L CAZL MATT RS. Wee Adam a er 1 0 rPue. -lt. moIroa-Pleme aa onaee m+ M Xate fo r TeleCti1te theob9oe of A II *of Poa#e. Eloio, to ,tiw ild Qt y AprtLth pros. ý., , T. B., . EDrMOIM'OI OLtA-YoM will piw la Mouneo the name of Mr. W. P. KIDD,ot the A ee of Admintltrator of Police, subject to the vote of the people, at the mudcapal elcti n to be hold on the 4~ of April aMt oblige rn AdmaIltratorP "f n eSe. We are anuthorised to announct MICHAEL C4HAMBERS as a candidate for 4dmnlal*rtot dtPllsmce at the approaching n3uniciptl a tien, on Monday, April 4th, prox. i (E:DTOCAPrOLIno AlU PIease ansaPtA Me1t ar ,7011N J. WAX and JONRf GRRA Y as Candi •dates for Co.ncilmen, First War . Municipal Election to be held on the fourth of April, ext. RANI VOTERl. EDrroaCr CPILIAN'-Yo- will p!hase announce the.name*of MOLIERE LANGE. Enq., as a eandidate for member of theCity Conicil, from Ward lo. 1, at the ensuing Munioipal election. Subject 'to the decision of thq people, and oblige A LAROK NUM1EinO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 March 1881

JUTE, THE CONWeI PY APIE. "Thle cultivation of Jubt in Indipd consists of a thorough :preparation of the land as for wheat. The seeds,. f vwhich are about the size of white mustard, are sown broadcast and haer rrowedor brushed in, and there is no e  mire work necessary until the plaed t is ready to be cut. The proper timnq S for cutting is indicated by the blpoin;D which will appear in two and ~ hali e1 months. The fibre is at that time o1 best, and becomes harsh if the plant 'o is allowed to stand until the seed ri- v pens. It is stated in the United Stats gi Agricultural Reports the yield of Jute fibre per acre in India is eight times that of cotton on the samequantity of land, and that the average height of the plant on good land, is six or even a feet, and that as early as 1874 India exported more than 1,000,000,000 pounds of Jute fibre. The preparation of the fibre is very simple. The stalks are bound in bunt dies and thrown into the bayous or draining canals and ditches where...

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