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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 May 1881

i ~ ·" I- lip~ JAST IM SýI, E~diorl ",., i k r VOL 3 a B.TON OUGE WM M Ilsw a 1f% i1. nJv t1S~~ ATTORNEYS. (1 C. BIR1). o AT LAW. Will *. attene pro, tly t6 all busainess intrusted to him. Office oal Conventsin street, between Third rind Chur streets. Iton Ronugp, La. (I W. POPE, ATp iCxEY AT` LAw ad C/. Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Ru1e, L*A Special attention. given to the col lctio., of accounts, taking teitimony nluer com mission, and to all other nat ets requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish ot West Batonulouge. apr14 vy2l Hj gz 3, tR AIsDCOUsELOR H t Law, Dona vl , La. Will prac tice the courts of 'the Sate of Louisiana. I Comdor at Iw:'e--O.'., rk 's how,,-laton Bbao e La. VtW practce in the State and FederalCourts.. HERRON & ,BEALE, ATTORNEYS and COL'NSELORS AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Itaton ltouge. La. Will attetd to all law busi nI'ws entrusted to them in this and adjoining p,,ýhes. . A S. Herron.....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 May 1881

BATON ROUGE MAYa4, 1881. The Stag Itou$, Jobbrq, arritel in Philadelphia, have been ilac~. tder $6000 bondds., « The ii rl mis es :tys that Bien ville has as mtanysehools to he q mile is any parish in the.Stte . The. steamboat, R. R' Sprinter, made the trip'from JNr (,leans to Cincinnatl'in six 4ays#nd twohbbars, being eight hours less than the fa test - time on ecord. " Jiudge Will m Hall 4ppears as as. toci reditor oai-itIe Mirls ij Res view. The Judge Judge is a foble #ri ter, and will add gre sl3Fte the at-' atetins of thatjoernai ' ', It Iboonqdentlpedite.4d that thee will be a great ease.V moley this year qll over the world., -W are glad to hear it al(1 we trust4 this yOir" iron't be lopg doming 'round The" MIdrllional says tbany mar f, riages are being*celebrated,in Ver m$lion parish, andlattbibutesthl thist q. Sard tiles they arebhaving. It says i "They believe it i# better to be two. to work for a lividg than'one.": 1- - - The afemale plaintiff Ina Western div.o.e suit g...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 May 1881

'BRAVELY. WW' # 1 Mrs. Sylvester and hedaighter 'M lived in a pretty semi-detached villa ,n the neighborhood qf tha pgety En village of;Claphani. Tloe good old z  was what most people would codtider ac mfortably off ; but slte, who had eace known all the luxuries ithat wealth can  I1stow, regarded herself as ofe !9f the nnfortuifates who merieed as mrt i ptyo as the wretched paliper waitrawls ito the workhouse for~a niht'sehelter. Poor Mand Sylvester s life Was rend- of crel a 'pefect tumisers to her. .Lord ev Waistrill's son almost lived at the juite e little villa, and worst qfa~a, Mr, S s- the terencouraged limtn' pa Lard Waistrifl had told falsehoods sif- dro licient about his predoouln e'or-d-well , raise M . Sygt'est leii of so- ris cial aggran dement fr lierslgaid het sh ,laughter's ptospects "t insure my lord's l persistence in hs son'i'Pehalf. Sy linut his son needed pt urging on. He id( was madly in lovye hith Maud. The v; ;wore she showed her ;llilike the bhore p aff...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 May 1881

V. A. 3Se$OFý.. TR ..p~la e BATO0 ROUGE, M4414, ~1., Some men are navrh ore rposses" eg of a devil thal when gtey are' self possessed. When the lion and the launhli wM together, the lamb is generally miss lug from that time forward. Sara Bernhardt says' he "can't A'ee, how the men resist' tnbbll~ head and car, in love with the handsome American girls." We tumble, Thee, 0ditor of the Shreveport TVmes read with great sero'usy of min' that the advance agent of 'Pinafore com pady'was struck by lightningin Im an aM'recently. Young man, if you begin at the top of the ladder, progreg is in one di S dnalj--doowu, But itC yoh be gin oa'locer roundp, you will have the satiefattton of going up' just as fast as ydar abilities will carry you. According to4he'Atl*tat Constitu tion, Miss Bettie Green; of Fayette county, Ga., has two' ilk dresses whoich shie made herself, having vaised the worms; spun the )tlk, colo ted and woven it with he oien hands. Sei ppaorl Item : * )Dawes will hbme't o: Mao...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 May 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. The ,Tniversity column in tio. 4rI'rPT LIAN is attracting at goof1 deall of intet t from individuals an well a the pseas of the State. • While paweing te conuedloney Mr. Hamon Diaz, Maisstreet, don't ail1 to call in and try some', of hit ice-cold soda-water. He krnow how to "tix it." Gen. Jaotremntki, in C'ompany with M~t, H. Skollielid and Major Herirt, left on the steamet C'annon tot Nei Qrleans, Munlday, on bLsinesn Oelttect th1 the 'uivei't4 jtV Th lKniglhts of P thUlan i t,tClinton pro)pote t) give a griand ellnttamnent, on the lt4th of next! July, coo ttint ug t I a ullpper and hall, and gIIne convivi ,aiity anil socll re-union of te oirde'r. W\ith the comnplinintee of ~e:inatr W. t I,. itagau, eomes to our n t ltut, the DUily Bristol Times, In returning tig thanks for his kinll cotllde atioet, we c take occaeiou t, wris.n the niator ni- t ittititeo pleaisure while oi his tuniltert I tour. _ _ Our young trilend Ienllry Sehorten, who recently left this plac...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 May 1881

LOUISIANA STATE UNIIVERSITY AND A. AND M, CLLEG,., lOAlbb O Up.R&iWVrIn.3U (io". L. A Wilts, ex ol>1IPreeldent,lN.Orlabs Hoti. EI . Fay, Supt. Pubic tEdation, et.. ,,mtlo, New Orleans. * (Col. Wnr Preston 3,hnston, Prealdpt Fcanltr, ex-otflelo. Baton Rouge. Gien. Leon JtareTnlki, Vine.~Pident, Baton Rouge. R, T. Bearegard ............ ... St. Bernard John C . ............. ...Vermntllion Jonhn Dlbonde..... .... New Orleans (i M. Grah4t ... . ............ Rapide 1, A. Gnnhy.. .... nahits W.H.i P .en. .......East Felelana e W. Pic..... .......Jackson W. A. Strong ........... W.... ino 8. R. Thorps ...... ....... Avoyelles '0. L. Walton ....... ......... oncordia . 11 (ioodale, Secretary.. ... Baton Rouge H. Skolfleld, Treasurer....... ...Baton Rouge FACULTY. C(l. Wi. Preston ohnstou, lPe~ident.andP.o fessor of Hnlstryand Englb Literature, J. W. Nicholon ......Professor ofMathematiee H. 8. McCrllook. Professoagf Clhemtstry, Nat, ral History andt Physics, Including As. • ronom...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 May 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. * I - ---c I L Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Fever and Ague. . See Mr. 4oshua Beal's new advertisae ments elsewhere. Someiting nice 4tnd d Sfresh on hand. t Let our people, young andold, remem ber the entertainment to be given at 'e Pike's Hall for the benefit of the Metho dist Sunday School, May 17th al h1. Tie A pleasurable oplport ty will!e af forded all. ti1 tl. ~WIhen a young man is sien with a I copy of "Lve, Courtship atid M age" j inu his pocket is it an/itylicqftioi tat an editor will soon be alled n pol to fear the preacher say "whom God hith join ed together let not mPn putI a.sunder ." ' Alex ·Jolnson, a colored in dividual of d r city, 9n yesterday attenupted to ap propriate some fruit from on4 of the Ital- A ian fruit ieddlars in this p7lace. The peddler caught Johnson's hat ini the ef fort to make him pay for the snmie, when C Johnson threw a brick and ,truek him on thi* bead knocking hint senteless. Johustm was promptly arrp ed by Chief Hillen, after ha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 May 1881

A THRILLIG INCIDENlT. I We went winding up the mountains, our massive engine drawing us up the curving grades, without an ap parent effort. Here and there bean- 4 tifful valleys stretched out and'through I them coursed placid streams pouring I from mountain springs. We had crossed an 'iron bridge and made a curve at the end of which another was in sight, winding to the left, and a short distance from the track a cot tage home stood in the shadow of the hills. Looking past itto a point just be)ybnd,'which .was visible from my ,side of the engine, I saw-oh horror! "-and I exclaimed,, "A child on the track " At the exclamation the engineer sprang from his seat... -One glance down the track and his face was pak lid. A child-three years old per%; haps-stood midway between the rails and not one hundred yards from the engine. "My God !" I heard him utter in an agonized tone. I looked from him to the child agair. It stood fmciog cl ping s tt4e hapds ,s it ws ont to do;. n `other's casis..l ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 May 1881

W. A. LeSUE fR Publisher oloial Journ&l of the O1ty a L. JASTREMKI, Editor. VOL. i BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, T SDA' ,, ATTORNEYS. C C. BIRD, ArroTrtEY AT LAw. Will . attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Olce on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Roue, La. W- XV. POPE, ATIdBNEY AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port hllen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attenti ven to the col lection of accounts, taking timobyunder com mission, and to all other matters requiing the attention of an Attornteor -otary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr'4 vn13 H . LANG, ATrrorNY AND COUNSELOR SAt Latw, Donaldsonville. La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the $tate of Louisiana. ruHS. B. DUP EE ATTrrOLnEY and Coaelor at Law. ce o. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. ll ractice in the State and Federal Court. HERRON &z B£ALE, ATVORNEO I a5d COQvs& EmS AT LAW. Office o North Boulevard. steet, oear.the post office, Baton Rouge, La. aWi l atri to all law tl . nes...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 May 1881

LEON JASTREBHSI......... .. Edltor W. A. LeS1UEUR ........... PublUher BATON ROUGE, MAY 17. 1881. HIGHLY COMPLIMENTED. A Beautiful Watch and Chain Pre sented to Mayor Jastremski, by his Friends and Fellow. Cltizens. The editor of the CArrITOLIA hay ing been the highly-honored recipient of the beautiful testihmonial, our read ers will readily perceive the reasons which p1rompt us to present the re port published by our confrere of the Advocate, in lieu of (one originating in this office. Speaking of the occasion, which we will ever bear in grateful remem brance, our contemporary says: "We were present at a very pleasant reunion on Saturday evening. The friends and admirers of Gen. Leon Jastremaki, our confrere of the CAPI TOuIAX, considering that some public testimonial was due him for his ef forts in securing the restoration of = the Capitol to. Baton Rouge, quietly united in the purchase of an elegant watch and chain, and bidding him to be present to attend the expression of 'ome v...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 May 1881

*rvt!(ttlit glapitalian LOCAL MATTERS. t RKed'" Gilt Edge Tonic cures Fever a and Agile. A northern niar, who hli litved ev erl ylears in this iState, wishes to rent or buy a small farm. Parties interested will idlcase take notice iof tihe advertise tlWenlt in anothe'r colUmll, Tilte intelligent conLpoitor in lin arti cle c:ltitlted Lolisinillt's Ncedls,nlrlerced the copy by lmatking is liy '"juice"' ill rtel(i of '"p'rice of tlhe laud,,' andll 'w;tit ed" in lien of' "rosted chickens," not to splnLk ot otherli nlinor bnlllgling errorl,. Mat y the Lordl lcess hini' \We talke pleasure ill acklnoweilgilg 1 receipt of al inhvitatioln to Ittentl the CionuliuncelliCelit t Exercises ot' (:''iiltznary t College, at Jacksol, La., which will Ic- 1 gill in Muillay the 29th inst., clIsi ig on Welsdic lday. .Inllt I1t. It cilrc llstancesl i will perilit sll , we will sulrcly take, lid vantage of tlhe invitatlion, as. tlicl exer cinre are alwlysi of Il rmot ilnterestinlg character. l h'l'| elter...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 May 1881

ICotrtined from irst pige.J rral blue or died to maintain the Con. federate gray. I invoke the blesslig of Ileaveni upon this consecrated work of your hands, and in the lamentation of bravid over Saul and Jonathana will ex plabin: "The beauty of Israel is slain upon thy high places! How are the mighty fallen!" The symphony of a miglhty past. is heard when the hand of mercy sweeps over such golden strings. The living soldier, is thus honoring the inmemory of a trusted leader, honors himself pays a true tribute to those of his troops who have indeed "fought their last battle," because no sound will ever awake them to glory again." oh, sleeping Confuederates of immortal ,Jack non, it may be that no towering mloun mnental shafts rear their lofty spires to ward heaven in coitmeltnorlction of your nlatlre anid faul. Bounteous treaSlites are Uot nationally expended to guard youir sohlenitu restlng.places. The loving mantle of governmental authority does not spread its capacious folds over ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 May 1881

,,a i~r m ,- , - . , o.-?=' J4I.! ?'9 tl ,Y. 946º 't rF +4 £ 9'+'.i"444 I ý, 'Xj. ý a Publisher Oficial 3otrnal of tI.e Oity and P1i& .., Ii. JASTRE1f I, Editor. ". VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA, THURSDAY,M. fI nL 3a u . . . .-i ATTORNEYS. G C.BIRD AITO" AT LAW. Will a. *attend propty to all business intrusted to him. Office on onventon street, between Third and Church streets, aton Rouge, La. C. POPE, ATIbB.ET AT LAW and C :otary Public Port leW tBao Rouge, La. Special attention gen tote cm. lection of accoants, taking teso n c mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notar nthe pariah of West Baton Raouge. aP vf n St.LANG , ArrosT AND CouasLos .1* At Law, Donaldsonville, La. W tiUse nl all the courtsa of the tate of Louisiana. THOrn. B. DUPREE ATTODIIN 1 and Counsel.r at Law. Offe. . , Ike' ow, Baton oe1 La. ill practice in the State and Faderal ,onrts. ITEROlN BEALE, Hroruc oa C SATLAW. Office .a NorJ h wBoevad strst, nearth t oe, B...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 May 1881

ON Ja SKraI""""...... :.....ýittO W. A. esaVJEU .-.......P wtsh·P 'a BATON ROUGE. MAY 19, 1881. C. L. Tilman ana 'Geo. T. Rehn, charged with interfering with the Presidential election, have been ar rested in Natchez, by U. S. Marshal e Hant. They gave bond for their ap- ic pearance, Other Marshalls.are going through Adams county on the same errand. loa _ He Gov. WILTz.---From a letter, da- w, 6ddsat St. Martinsville, addressed to bl Col. Wm. Preston Johnston, we lemrn pC that the Governor's health is again he improving. .Be is full of hope, and or takes the.. same interest towards ad vancing the public interest, that has he at all times, characterized his con- gb duct. p] ALBANY, May 17.-Both houses of P1 the Legislature were crowded to-day 8' to hear the reading of the letters of Conkling and Platt., s At the conclusion of the reading in the House, the speaker was obliged to order the floor cleared so that busi mess could be proc6eded with. The ei stalwarts are very reticent and wi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 May 1881

~tri~tnlW A i llan "' LOCAL MATTERS. . Med's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria to' The ne'os concerning the crop pres- their pects of this parish, are becoming more subst encouraging each succeeding day. Good the a reports are coming in from the costl by at trgy. ciall; Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regulates the Wl Bowels. them "The Sheriff bas captured the ctampan- the j Ion of the negro, Hammond, in the das- justi tardly assalt and robbery, on the per- As 'on of Mr. Louis Sanchez. It is to be tory lhoped that the law will not spare them, mun if they prove to be the guttlty parties. plac coulI Repairs on property are going on all met over the city, showing that the restor- fu17 ationcf the Capital, and 'jibe building ted 1 of the'Baton Rouge Brandhttailroad are having their effect. Our town will be M the liveliest in the State,iutside of New '1T Orlesans, in less than ayear. the3 The father of that staunch young cit- coom izen, Mr. Chas. J. Reddy, is spending Tl some time in this otty,.:w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 May 1881

IATTER 10o3 SA"A. BATON ROUGE, May 7th 1881. Dear Capitolian-I know it is im posing on your generosity., but I would like so much to express a few of my ideas in your columns. Should you find me too much trouble, men tion it, and my contributions shall be as "Angel's visits," few and far be tween. While perusing one ofyour editions some time since, my attention fell on an account of a trick played on a young lady by some of her girl com panions; perhaps some of the readers of the CAPITOLIAN, have noted this trick and think as I, that there is some mistake. This poor young lady is under the impression that her lover became disgusted with her, because he dis covered the smell of asafsetida on her breath as she gave him the reception kiJa; I imagine I can put her.mind at ease on the subject, if she still, or ever did exist-perhaps it was only a piece of fiction gotten up to amuse. the public-even so, I'll speak out my thoughts, as some one might be bene fitted by them that otherwise mi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 May 1881

w.A eUU, Publisher Official Journal of the C''t7 and 0r i L ..IATRE:MMKI, aditor. BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA., SATURDAYý, A i A I" li _q VOLOV y ;, }j .de. . . .. al,.: 4uu4 ==n h h . . . at -- .Ls- ... ,.. .. ,1 4nnk il S aeaA ATTORNEYS. C R. I , A. OltINEY AT LAW. Willi l. ttreli pIromptly to oil bualne4 jbnttiutedl to. tii. tfltheo on C(ouventioIi street, betweenl 'rthirl ,lnd Church streets. Baton IRuge, La. C WV. POPE. ArT'I'rouY ,r LAW t1Idl C. Notary Public, P'ort Allen, West Batole Iong' , La. Special attention give, to the o(l lectin of aRcconuts, takiug tcestnonv unitder com-1 n 4i 41uond , tand to all other m attr s re i u nllil n tlhei a( t1tntion of an Attortry or Notarv ia the' pJI.' il of West Baton Itonoug. _rlm.4 vi2n1:s-- * At Law, I.oualdsonvilie. La. Will prac tit: in all the cnt olrt ortth ' nate Ii Lonisiii-a. I HOt4. 13. DULPREE, A'rrouNEY I And (ounelor at Law. Ullti-cX. t, rike' Row, faten RIou"e, La. Will lractict in the Sttate an fl ederadl C(olrt t flERR )ON ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 May 1881

IWON JA5TRSE SKI**.*.......rlter W. A. ,Le l3 t..A... .....bulSr BATON ROUGE, MAY 21, 1881. S ALsANY, May 17.-Both bhoses of the Legislature were crowded to-day to hear the reading of the letters of Conkling and Platt. At the conclusion of the reading in Sthe House, the speaker was obliged to order the floor cleared so that busi aess could be proceeded with. The 'talWarts are very reticent and will omt intimate whatis to be done. Anti - Conalingites are in high glee. The ;time for holding an election to fill the vacancies will be fixed tomorrow. Rumors are afloat here that there will be a union in the Legislature of anti-Conkling Republicans and Dem -oerats with a view to the election of a Senator from each to fill the places made vacant by the resignation of Conkling and Platt. Thp general im pression, however, is that both of the resigning Senators will be re-elected, and thus show a Legislative indorse .ment of the position they have taken. The Republican general committee .. to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 May 1881

egsraw xwiT RoT n1ra po 31 MU. Mno0 1OVca. 1augland's sun was slowly settming o'er the hills so faraway, Plling all the land with beauty at the close of one sad day; And the last rays kissed the forehead of a man and maiden fair, lie with step so slow and weakened, she with sunny, floatin hair ; He with lp ,b bw hea ad a thoughtful, she with Is cold and t, Struggling to keep back the, murmur, "Curfew must not ring to-night.' "1exton." Besie's white lips faltered, pointing to the prison old, With its walls so dark 'and gloomy-walls so dark, so damp and cold " vre a lover in that prison, doomed this very night to die, At the ringing of the Curfew, and no earthly help is nigh. Cremwell will not come till sunset," sad her faee grew stran ely white, As she spoke in husky whispers, "Curfew must not ring to-night." "Besiee " almy spoke the sexton-every word pierced her young heart Like a thousand gleaming arrows- like a deadly poisoned dart; "Ioag, long years I've rang the Curfew from that...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 May 1881

LEON JAsTTREBE]rEI...........Editor W. A. LelUEU ... ........ Publlaer BATON ROUGE. MAY 21, 1881. HIGHLY COMPLIMENTED. A Besatiful Watch and Chain Pre. sented to Mayor Iastyemski, by his Friends and Fellow- ti Citisen. g The editor of the CAPITOLIAN hav ing been the highly-honored recipient t of the beautiful testimonial, our read era will readily perceive the reasons which prompt us to present the re port published by our confrere of the Advocate, in lieu of one originating t In this office. Speaking of the occasion, which we will ever bear in grateful remem •brance, our obntemporary says: "We were present at a very pleasant reunion on Saturday evening. The e friends and admirers 'of Gen. Leon t1 'ýastremski, our confrere of the C.A Pr TOLLAx, considering that some public t testimonial was due him for his ef .fdrts in securing the restoration of the Capitol to Baton Rouge, quietly united in the purchase of an elegant watch and chain, and bidding him to be present to attend the exp...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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