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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 May 1881

Ip. W. A. TEU. ý/ I W. A. LeStUIJRl Publisher w onial ,rotrn&1c o the City aaad ·P0ar3a. L. JASTREMSK1, Editor. BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA,!TUESDAY, MýAY 81, 18 ATTORNEYS. C C. BIRD ATTORny AT LAw. Will . attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Otfice on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Ronge, La. C V. POPE, ATronaEY AT Law and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. lectiou of accounts, taking testimhony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. nprt4 vnol3 [j 8. LANG. ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR 11. At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. tiec in all the courts of the State of Louislana. rlHOS. B. DUPREE, ArTToNEY I and Counselor at Law. Office--No. 6, Pike's IRow. Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HICRRON & BECALE, ATTOaNEY~ aad COUNSELORS AT LAW. Otiice on North Boulevard street, near t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 May 1881

-------------- 1,0ON JASTBE I ............ Editor W A. LeUEUV .. ........ Pablsher BATON ROUGE. MAY 31, 18 1. THE CONFEDERIATE DEAD. electiol Thoi While the people of the South are since tl pirsistently charged with treasuring found; o,., animosities engendered by the suits tl w y, but one illustration will suffice manag it show that if brotherly feeling be- state c tween the sections has not been as to the t',,lly re-established as it might be, ofterr the responsibility rests alone upon the lo! th,e shonlders of the victolR. the sti The open-handed charity extended We b) the people of the East and North hear c tIA th e'yellow fever suffe1.ers of the that t ioutlh, bridged almost the bloody tomat chasm and opened the way for the publit t itcernizatiou which took place at the o New Orleans during' the recent visit South #lthle Eastern Militiamen. a dog Sacred to us are the spots here and seldoi there in our Southland, where the Iti Federal dead have been assembled guoul lbeneath the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 May 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's Glilt Edge Tonic preovents Malaria Godey's Lady Book for June, 1881, just received at Chamber's Book Store. Mr. Elso Keller, representing A. B. t Gates & Co., Indianapolis, Ind., mau- P facturers of Gates' celebrated Al Bang it Powders, is in our city looking after the s interest of his house. He reports busit- v ness for this time of the year very good. d The people of Baton Rouge lately put a watch on Gen. Leon Jastremski, of the CA'IToLIAN, and caught him. The verdict is: served him right. It is an elegant gold one of Waltham make, and cost $300.-Morgan City Review. t lIoSTIITIazs BE(uN.-On Monday the , City Police opened fire on the luckless canines whosecwners have not complied with the ordinance which requires that o all dogs shall he muvzzled. From fifteen in to twenty of these animuals have thu far , been slain. And the war still continues. J On Sunday, Mr. Raymond Eckert, the clever employee at Mr. Charles A Wieck's Ice House fell from the first c ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 May 1881

There is a man id town who is most dieadfiuly wicked, perverse, and heedless. Hid parents werevery devout Methodist* and took great pains with his relihgious training when he was a little fellhw. They had morning, noon, and ev ening prayers, at which be was al says forced to attend, and then be was taken to prayer-meeting three or four nights every week. On Sunday after morning prayers at home, he was sent to Sunday school until church time, and sent again after church and dinner, and at night he was taken to church to hear the ser mon, and, after he got home, tired and sleepy, he was questioned about the texts and the sermons, and then forced to study the catechism until he fell asleep. Once when all the neighbo ring chil dren bad attended a circus, and in childish glee had told him about the horses, clowns, elephants, lions and tigers, he actually got so full of the evil one that he asked his mother what a circus was; she, devout wo man, was so shocked that she rushed down town fo...

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

W. A. LeSUIEUR, Publisher . jO1a1 Journa1 &f thae City and l art i L. JASTHEM8IKI, Editow. $ VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY,.JUNE* 288 ATTORNEYS. i C. BIRD, ATroBNaT AT LAW. Will L * attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Ofice on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. Ci W. POPE, ATronaw AT Law and . Notary Pablic, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge. La. Special attention given to the ol. lection of accounts, taking testimony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v2n13 H 8. LAN.G, ArroRsET AND CoUsBOs * At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. r1WHOS. B. DUPREEtA~IOs.EY A and Counselor at Law. Office--so. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and FederalCourts. HERRON & BEALE, ATrroLT5s and COLU55LoB8 ATLLAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office,...

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

LEON AJASTB MK-E.......... **;dlor W. A. Le§ ,U - ............bsher BATON ROUGE. JUNE 2,1881. The divine Sarah Bernhardt, it is cil. said, will soon be married to her sho agent, Mr. W. M. Angelo. More irs- which thetics. ennes Northern and central Texas have fal a just been swept by severe wind and The rain storms. Much damage has been value done to property. showi Coun At 'a public sale of the property catioi of twenty-one tenants at Clonmel. W Ireland, a riot occurred, during which in c several persons were injured. railw The Democratic caucus of the New will i York Assembly, resolved to sup- for ii port Senator Jacobs to fill Conkling's W place and Francis Kernan for Platt's. must a big The French Claims Commission wlic have rejected the claim of Archbishop were Perche, of New Orleans, on the groupd wast that he had been naturalized a citizen W of the United States. N Two persons were killed and twelve wotfnded, near Trenton, N. J., in a 0 F train on the Pennsylvania Railroad, fr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 June 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. to Reed's (lilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria Godey's Lady Book for Juno, 1S1, just received at Chamber's Book Store. t Dr. D. Stocking, writes us that he will be at his office, at Mrs. Curran's Bank t Hotel, on Monday next, June 6th, to at- C tend to all dental business which may C' be entrusted to him. Th.t Doctor ranks c0 U A. 1. in his profession. 11 By reference to notice elsewhere, those a interested will see that a meeting of the b Confederate Memorial Association will be held at Mr. George W. Buckner's of. fice this evening at half past four o'clock. ATrIEOPTLED ASSASSlNATION-.On Sun day night, Mr. Mills Whitaker, ,o route to his place to pay off some hands, was fired at from the bushes,, the ball going a through his satchel, doing hint no injury, 0 fortunately. Too much if this business ti a. is going on, lately. The amount subscribed by a number our citizens towards purchasing twenty rive acres on Mr. Gay's place, in West Baton Rouge, for depot grounds of the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 June 1881

IXCRPTBI FR10O VIDALIA. BY MOSAIC. Previous to the disagreement, be tween the North and South, our vis a-vis neighbor was simply a point at which court bpiness was transacted. in those days tfe court buildings, tav ern, a few lawyers' offices and some three or four private residences, com prised the make-up of Vidalia. It was nothing like the mart of to-day ; no mercantile business being transact ed there whatever. It was, neverthe less, a lively little place, and during court days especially, many a high old time was had by its visitors, and not a few jolly episodes are still ex taut of the days long since passed. Among its citizens were numbered distinguished members of the bar, and for years to come, Stacy, Spar row. McWhorter, Shaw, Rowle;, Frost, Poindexter, Veazle, and A. C. Hunter, of legal lore renowned, with Tom Edwards, Vernon, Brook White, James Edwards, and others of like ilk, will be borne in memory. Its en virons were the resort of those who sought to settle by the "c...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 June 1881

T o 'ý(Ee jy fey J fir{+ rt Z+ +" kY W. A. LeSUEUR, Publishewr Omol or l e T. E l L. JASTREMSKI, Edto. VOL. 8. BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA SATURDAY, JU,;E ::: :--:: _- : mm sIWnnl U n.f1 . . . .. . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . .. . S., ., . .. - --+::-+ ATTORNEYS. C C. BIRD, ATronmr AT Law. Will G. attend promptly to all business intrasted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. U S VW. POPE, Atroanst AT Law and , Notary Public, Port Alien, West Baton , Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of acoonata, taking testimony under co.. a mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr4 vn13n UH . LANG, ATro~nT AND COUNSELOR I . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. floe in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. THOB. B. DUPREE, ArroarzT 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La Will practice in the State and FederaTCourts. HEI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 June 1881

LEON JASTREMIKI ..... ....... Editor ha W. A. LeUIEUR ...........PuPblisher 1k po BATON ROUGE. J[.NE 4. 1sL. dii . to to 1 The divine Sarah Bernhardt, it is cil. samild, will soon be married to her agent, Mr. W. M. Angelo. More ass- sh thetics. _enm Northern and central Texas have ful just been swept by severe wind and Tb rain storms. Much damage has been val done to property. sh¬ Coy Atra public sale of the property cat of twenty-one tenants at Clonmel. Ireland, a riot occurred, during which in several persons were injured. rai The Democratic caucus of the New wil York Assembly, resolved to sup- for port Senator Jacobs to fill Conkling's place and Francis Kernan for Platt's. mu au The French o'Claims Commission wk %ave rejected the claim of Archbishop , Perche, of New Orleans, on the ground wa that he had been naturalized a citizen of the United States. Two persons were killed and twelve wounded, near Trenton; N. J., in a 0. train on the Pennsylvania Railroad, fre which ran off, at...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 June 1881

ggltggoasgo rMQw m"te1r3L wahim, he A Desperate Act by wie esare and beg Himself from capture. This rec From reminiscences by Josiah Quincy, decline in the Independent, we take the follow- the leg 1 ing striking incident : assailar I now come to the most marvelous him to' dueling adventure in which Stockton looked was engaged, and this I shall give as soldiers I heard the story told by its hero one manner day after dinner and in the presence of road to several gentlemen who were lingering er, reac about the table. Since writing out the pull for narrative given below I have found in He did the Boston City Library an anonymous he font life of Stockton, apparently written for the Eri some political purpose, and published Thes in 18&5,. The writer gives an account sistent of this duel from hearsay and "accord- given t ing to his remembrance." The narra- There tive differs frommine in several respects, es to tb and omits some striking particulars' with it which I am certain that I he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 June 1881

LEONl JA~TE2rI *..i....**-ie W. A. L.eUEVR ....•.......PabUlheb BATON ROUGE. JUNE 4, 1881. THE CON~EDERATE DEAD. el While the people of the South are persistently charged with treasuring fo up animosities engendered by the so war, but one illustration will suffice to show that if brotherly feeling be- st tween the sections has not been as to fully re-established as it might be, of the responsibility rests alone upon th the shoulders of the victors. th The open-handed charity extended by the people of the East and North he to the yellow fever sufferers of the th South, bridged almost, the bloody t .chasm and opened the 'way for the pt fraternization which took place at th 1Cew Orleans during the recent visit S of the Eastern Militiamen, a Sacred to us are the spots here and se there in our Southland, where the Federal dead have been assembled sh beneath the shade of the live oak and ge thd magnolia, in burial grounds ren- St dered attractive at the expense of the Nation's treasury. t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 June 1881

FLOCAL MATTERS. d's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents e ilars a m Godey's Lady Book for June, 1881, just tl eived at Chamber's Book Store. B Mr. Elso Keller, representing A. B. ti tes & Co., Indianapolis, Ind., mann- P turers of Gates' celebrated Al Baking i1 owders, is in our city looking after the s4 nterest of his house. He reports busi- v ess for this time of the year very good. d; The people of Baton Rouge lately put watch on Gen. Leon Jastremski, of the CAPITOLIAN, and caught him. The erdict is: served him right. It is an legant gold one of Waltham make, and st $300.-Morgan City Review. to HoSTILItIES BEGUN.-Qn Monday the se City Police opened fire on the luckless rc anines whoseowners have not complied with the ordinance which requires that o' all dogs shall be muzzled. From fifteen v to twenty of these animals have thus far n slain. And the war still continues. as On Sunday, Mr. Raymond Eckert, 'ý the clever employee at Mr. Charles R Wieck's Ice House fell from the first c story ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 June 1881

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A. AND M. COLLEGE. DIRECTORY. ci w0AioD Or SUaIVieý.U, Gov, L. A. Wilts, a omfooPresident,.Orleans hr lHor. E i. Pay, nupt, Publio Education, ex. officio, ew (trlsans, Col. Wm Preston Johnston, President Faculty. of e.offioio, Battn hange. Gen. Leon Jastreimski. Vice.Preeident, Baton ri John Clog . . .... Vermillion c John Deolbo'de ....... .... ...... ew Orleans 0. . ra am .................... id p W. A. ips ............East F lolina H. W. Prie ..............."........... J.kwson W. A. StroUng ....................... oyeWlles S. R. Thorp ..... ............... Ao d t 0' L. W lton. .. ........ .......o.o·o W. H Goodale, Secretary ....Baton Rouge a ,. Skoldfeli, Treasurer...... ....Baton Rouge d( FACULTY. O Col. Wm. Preston Johnston. President and Pro. fessor of History and English Literature. J. W. Niobolson...... Professor of Matheumatiacs R. S. McCaulooh. Professor of Chemistsly, Nat. ral History and Physics, including As. ui .rouomy. Ge. 8. Thom ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 June 1881

ri*'eedly Qcaptoainn --A ATER e LOCAL MATTERS. t d's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaya li Oodey's Lady Book for June, 18M1, just eived at Chamber's Book Store, the Dr. D. Stocking, writes us that he will be at his office, at Mrs. Curran's Bank to g Hotel, on Monday next, June 6th, to at- cere tend to all dental business which may cord be entrusted to him. The Doctor ranks cant not A. 1. in his profession. ArTEMrrEI) AssAssrNATION-.On Sun- acct day night, Mr. Mills Whitaker, en rote' broe to his place to pay off some hands, was meri fired at from the bushes, the ball going through his satchel, doing him no injury, fortunately. Too much of this business is going on, lately. wbe The card of Mr. J. Mulcahy, tailor, all whose establishment is located on La- orgi fayette Street, will be found in another the column. He guarantees good work and ansie perfect satisfaction, which is sufficient eyes reason for any one to give him a trial. his Promptness is one of the most comnon- pent dable trai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 June 1881

'CUY ALL Lam. poor, lit enue A There is a man in town who is most dreadfully vieked, perverse, The n and heedless. His parents were very *'Mui devout Methodists and took great not we pains with his religious training when never a he was a little fellow. They had morning, noof; and ev- it to a ening prayers, at which he was al- "We ways forced to attend, and then be dren hi was taken to prayer-meeting three or I have four nights every week. On Sunday The oti after morning prayers at home, he most v was sent to Sunday school until both oa church time, and sent again after gding 1 church and dinner, and at night he and no was taken to church to hear the ser- advise mon, and, after he got home, tired things and sleepy, he was questioned about the the texts and the sermons, and then the ace forced to study the catechism until he ness." fell asleep. "Lo Once when all the neighboring chil- she be dren had attended a circus, and in die, w childish glee had told him about the their t horses,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 June 1881

Vw. A.r L.UvX Pabite:e Offolal Joucn~a1 oft ah Olty a L. JA5TAMMBSII, Editor. Y , VOL. 3. BATON' ROUGE, LOUISIANA, T~UESDAY, JUNE 7 ~ I~b I ATTORNEYS. SC. BIRt) ATTamnr T LAw. Will * attend prompty to all business ntruuted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ArrTONEY AT LAw and C Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testimony under cot mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. a- pr4 vn13 H S. LANG, ATrORI AND CONSELOR . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Loisina. T1OB. B. DUPREtE, ATroaSET I and, Counselor at Law. Office--No. 6, Pike's Bow, Baton Rooge, La. Will practice in the ,State and Federal Courts. HUERRON & BEALE, H ATTOL'Is and Cot NELORBsATLAw. Oflice .on North Boulevard street, near the Poet olfe, naton Rouge, La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 June 1881

LEOS JATREMSlRI............ ditor W. A. LeSREUR ............ Publbher BATON ROUGE JUNE 7, 18s1. THE N. O. PACIFIC RAILROAD AND THE CITY OF BATON ROUGE: Inder this caption,our confreres of the Advocate, in their issue of last Saturday, came out squarely in oppo sition to the lease of some city front for a landing and depots for the N. O. Pacific Rail ;ay Company, unless the latter is'mnade to pledge an extension of this road into the interior coun tiy, east of the Mississippi. The Advocate goes on to style at monopoly, the establishment of wharves and depots, for the conveni ence of the public as well as its own, by the t1rst railroad that has appeared in the vicinity of Baton Rouge. We do not deem it necessary to en ter into a lengthy discussion of this nmatter aud will only speak of the ef fects of the refusal of the Council to facilitate the Company as far as it can, without indicting pecuniary loss or expense to the city of Baton Rouge. It's very easy to see that in case the advi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 June 1881

E-$1ty (Entot lian LOCAL MATTERS. v if,. ed's Gilt Edge Tonic assists Digestion s We return thanks to Mr. John Coch- mel n for a mess of fine Irish potatoes. , leg Our planters complain that th e Cla ins have been more favorable to the Tu wth of grass than cotton. They are consequence, very much behind hand p clearing their crops. Otherwise ev- the ything is lovely. eve Saturday and Sunday last, were down- ing ght summer days, and the mercuryldre ent up to where it marks the puffing retl oint to the fat people. On yesterday fac ough, a good shower fell which reduc- bril d the pressure considerably. ran .Judges McVea and Powell, opened am, e Circuit Court on yesterday. These the ble jurists and accomplished gentle- I en are pictures of good health. The COn ocket not being a large one the court Du ill adjourn some time dui inkg the week Lii Loi We were pleased to meet, on Sunday, 'apt. J. H. Frost, Secretary of the Me hanics and Traders Insurance Compa y. The Captain is a clever gentl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 June 1881

aumu ASJ DA S. slave, New Oreis States. makelt The Washington Post has an artl. Virgini cle which is, in a measure at least, ter tor just to the ex-.resident of the Con- it sei federacy . When it is evidently the ,e note purpose of alarge portion of the Amer- The sbos lean press, Democratic as well as Re- The ste publican, never to' refer to this ills- would trious man without coupling the re- laying erence with some piece of malicious of hi traduction or some lying slander, it is In d gratifying to note the article which dian, I follows from a paper printed at the earnes Federal Capital, and perhaps as deep- the fol ly prejudiced against the Confeder- the ch icy its any in the Union. The Post Who rf says: :r Vu "Whatever else may be said of Then Jefferson Davis, it cannot be denied actor that he has the courage of his con- blT d victions...Hie spoke them the other dlmo day at foot of the Stonewall Jackson d statue. Neither is there anything gave approaching a defiance of public op...

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