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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 June 1881

fF 8 k ý 'ie ,,!ý ,ownip anai,! _ {'srg '41f ~ h ' ' _ _ _Uf Pubisertrn01tloftle. ito a C & d ux - ie 1 W. A. LeSUEUlt, Publisher Ofoi&. L. JAMTaE1ZX8, Editor. VOL. 8. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY,. JUNE t r L. ALa, 3. x ýI "1ýdior ATTORNEYS. SC. UIDU ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will s attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Otlice on Convention street, between Third andil Chuarobh streets, baton Rouge, La. C / W. POPE, Arroniti AT LAW and SNotary Public, Port Allen West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testimony under com mission, and to all other matters requliring the attention of an Attorneoy or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apt' 4 v4usl_ H fit.LANG. ArroaarNY AN4DCotsNeston * At Law, oonaldsonville, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louiesiana. HO, I. DUPI' E, t AnoEusY I Lnd Counselor at Law. Otiice-No. 6, PIlkesa Row, Baton Ion e, La. Will practice in the Atate and F oederanourts_______O...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 June 1881

LEON JASTSa E SK............editor W. A. Le#UEUR ....*....Pablisher BATON ROUGE. JUNE 0. 1881, THE ADVOCATE AND THE RAI. a4ll ROAD. ea SWe are sorry to see that the Advo cate, finding it impossible to sustain ed many of the points advanced in its pa article of last Saturday, rblating -to ev the ordinance submitted to the Coun- co cil by Col. Wheelock, has resorted to m the weak device of strengthening its awkward position by obtaining the opinions of gently en on premises tl which are not based on the real condi-t .ion of affairs. ci The gentlemen who so hastily, on 11 yesterday, alowed the Advocate re- m porter to draw from them statements' ai to the effect that they were opposed , to donating city property to the New at Orleans Pacific and to interfere with o Ohe pri ileges enjoyed by the coal ,yard, or of sacrificing the revenues e, of the city, should have been made f, a.cquaiuted, first, by the said reporter, , with the fact that no such dlonations, y s) Sach interference, and ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 June 1881

ri*~iehk i MJapztolizan LOCAL MATTERS. The allroad Landing. On Tuesday evening, the City Council t to hear the views of Judge J. H. c nard, the Attorney and a Director the N. O. Pacific Railway Company, garding an ordinance submitted by esident Wheelock, wherein the Com any seek to obtain the lease of cer in portions of river front and batture a landing for a transfer boat and a ilroad depot. Judge Keunard desired to preface his marks by the statement that he was no way authorized to conter with the Council on the subject under considera ion. He desired merely,as a friend of the Jompany, to know what were the ob ections, if any, to the adoption of the Drdinance. Several objections were made known to him by the Mayor and Councilmen, who, however, expressedl their willing mens to facilitate the Company as far as ;he engagements of the City towards )ther parties would permit. Judge Kennard spoke of the self-evi lent probability that the N. 0. Pacitic 1 Jompany, after its main line is f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 June 1881

PVCCESUFXL ECCsENTRICITY,. had the Hon. John Randolph, of Roanoke, were known as the marvelously- eccentric stoo man, found on his return one season fnegi from a long term in Congress that his T slavm had become careless and lazy. not Tlhey had great privileges during the mad holidays. Chickens and turkeys were call caught weeks before and fattened in on t boxes and barrels, and coons, smok- firon ed in the big cabin chimney, were tow served up with pound cake, puddings, gra' chicken pie, "store tea," and locust on i and persimmon beer, at holiday feasts the night and day. It was then that tite to 1 fiddle, the banjo, the tambourine and v the clevis and clevispmn,kept up nlu- spol sic for the never ceasing dance. nigh Mr. Randolph waited for the ter- old, ruination of these Christmas holidays, thaI and promptly on the first day of Jan- eat, nary he ordered his overseers to have to f all his farming utensils brought into E the barnyard. It took all day to he search for them and get t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 June 1881

I W TRr*WEEKHL . W. A. LeSUEUR, Publisher official Journl& of the City and PF'rish. . L. JASTREMSKI, Editor. VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 11 181 . ATTORNEYS. C.C. BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAw. Will * attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ATTroRIx AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Specialattention given to the col. lection of accounte, taking teetuimony under com. mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr ViSn13 H T.LANG, ArroRNET AND CouNSELoR . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac ticoe in all the couarts of the State of Louisiana. HOS. B. DUPREE ATTORNET I and Counselor at Law. Offlce-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rooge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. UERRON & BEALE, LArrolNE .and COuNsELORS AT Law. Office on North Boulevard street, near t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 June 1881

LEON JAST4EM]I ............ Editor W. A. L.VUEUR .... ......Pablisher HATON ROUGE. JUNE 11, 1881, THE ADVOCATE AND THE RAIL ROAD. We are sorry to see that the Advo cate, finding it impossible to sustain many of the points advanced in its article of last Saturday, relating to the ordinance submitted to the Coun cil by Col. WAºeelock, has resorted to "tlhe weak device of strengthening its awkward position by obtaining the opinions of gentlemen on premises which are not based on the real condi tion of affairs. The gentlemen who so hastily, on ye terday, allowed the Advocate re porter to draw from them statements to the effect that they were opposed to donating city property to the New Orleans Pacific and to interfere with the privileges enjoyed by the coal yard, or of sacrificing the revenues of the city, should have been made acquainted, first, by the said reporter, with the fact that no surch (ldotions, 11, s'lch in h't:fercnce, and no such sacri .firc11 ere at issuc bJe!'re the Cit!...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 June 1881

A $TRAW RI.U iD. a In the calm and the Ineautiftl moonligit., When nature arrays her in w'hite. Wefforget the atern facts of the moonlight And revel in (fal(ies of night, 0 The elondlets are silvered and fleecy, Cl Like kisses the balmy dews tall, And I, though my perch is uneasy, h Ani haply withal. Sixteon of u tlhere, cribbed and cabineld. Cloae packed like a spare set of spoons, And if anything singular happened. We'll may that the fault was the moon's. The ibest of us only are mnortals, t 'oor ppllpets of absolute chance, ti Onr drive took uis straight through the portal y ()f rnmmier romalce. ri Ah ne lHow the imoon on the river, i T'he cares of the cold world effaced, o A uid you--dil you notice thy' quiver That ran through the arm round your waist ! lid you know, as the soft light was lessened, And clouds hid the silvery beams, ilow I clung to the tangible present, ti And dreamed such strange dreams i i Iampowssiele! Well, if we bonntded 'I'is life by a possible spaun, o If...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 June 1881

LEON JA$TRENSKI ....*..... .Ed*tor W. A. LeSFUEIB ........... Publisher BATON ROUGE JUNE 11, I181. THEN. O. PACIFI4C RAILROAD AND THE CITY OF BATON ROUGE. Under this captiop,our confreres of the Advocate, in their issue of last Cit Saturday, came out squarely in oppo- net sition to the lease of some city front Til for a lauding and depots for the N. O. Bpi Pacific Rail .-ay Company, unless the thl latter is made to pledge an extension of be this road into the interior coun- ou try, east of the Mississippi. ov The Advocate goes on to style a sec ,monopoly, the establishment of an wharves and depots, for the conveni ence of the public as well as its own, th by the first railroad that has appeared th in the vicinity of Baton Rouge. to We do not deem it necessary to en- th ter into a lengthy discussion of this ca matter and will only speak of the ef- or fects of the refusal of the Couneil in to facilitate the Company as far as F4 it can, without inflicting pecuniary of loss or expense t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 June 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Beed's Gilt Edge Tonic assists Digestjon We return thanks to Mr. John Coch ran for a mess of fine, Irish potatoes. Our planters complain that the late rains have been more favorable to the growth of grass than cotton. They are in consequence, very much behind hand in clearing their crops. Otherwise ev erything is lovely. Saturday and Sunday last, were down right summer days, and the mercury went up to where it marks the puffing point to the fat people. On yesterday though, a good shower fell which reduc ed the pressure considerably. .ladges McVea and Powell, opened the Circuit Court on yesterday. These able jurists and accomplished gentle men are pictures of good health. The docket not being a large one the court will adjourn some time during the week. We were pleased to meet, on Sunday, Capt. J. H. Frost, Secretary of the Me chanics and Traders Insurance Compa ny. The Captain is a clever gedtlemau and came here on a flying visit in the interest of his staunch Company...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 June 1881

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A. AND ,. COLLEGE, DIRECTORY. BOA~D O SBUPUVIISOI. (ov. L. A. Wilts, exofticioPresident.N.Orleans Hon. E. H. Fay, Supt. Public Education, ex officio, New Orleans, Col. Wm. Preston Johnston, President Faculty, ex.otflcio, Baron Rmuge. Gen. Leon Jastre.mnski, 'Vice.President, Batun Rouge. R,. T. Beauregard............ St. Bernard John Clegg ................ .....Vermillion John Dolbonde.................... ew Orleans G M. Graham .......................Rapides . A. Ganb y................... ...Ouachita W. H. Pip es ........ ....East Feliciana F. W. Price.......................... ...Jackson W. A. Strong ........................Winn S. R. Thorpe ......................Avoyelles G. L. Walton............ .........Concordia W. H. Goodale. Secretary........Baton Rouge H. Skoltiel,!, Treasurer...........Baton Rouge FACULTY. Col. Wm. Preston Johnston. President and Pro. tessor of History and English Literature. J. W. Nicholson......Professor of Mathematics R. S. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 June 1881

r iehkl Qapitolian LOCAL MATTERS. The Raillroad Landlnlg. On Tuesday evening, the City Council et to hear the views of Judge J. IH. ennard, the Attorney andi a Director f(the N. 0. Pacific Railway Company, garding an ordinance sulnhitted by residlet Wheelock, wherein the Cocm eny seek to obtain the lease of cer a.n portions of river front and batture or a landing tir at transfer boat and a ailroad delpot. .hJudge Kentard desired to preface his oenmrks by the statement that hle was n no wily authorized to confer with the ouncil ol the subject under considera tion, lle desired merely,as a friend of thel ompany, to know what were the olh ections, if any, to the adoption of the rdinance. Several olhjections were maIlle knowne to hirn by the Mayor acldl Councihtnen, who, however, expressed their willing ness to facilitate tlhe Colmpany as far as the engagements of the City towards other parties would permit. Judge Kennard spoke of the self-evi dent probability that the N. 0. Pacific Com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 June 1881

JIFRIasoN DAVIS. slave, 1n! New Orleans States, i The Washington Post has an arti- Virginia, cle which is, in a measure at least, ter torwr just to the ex-'Pfeident of the Con- citizens federacy . When it is evidently the 'Tli not wi purpose of alarge portion of the Amer- 'rhb shoot lcan press, Democratic as well as Re- The stem; publicau, never to refer to this illus- Would 2ool trious nman without coupling the ref- laying h erence with some piece of malicious of his et traduction or some lying slander, it is In del gratifying to note the article which dian, M follows from a paper printed at the earnests Federal Capital, and perhaps as deep- the folk ly prejudiced against the Confeder- the clo acy as any in the Union. The Post Whot'rom Would lot says: or uch "Whatever else may be said of Then uch Jefferson Davis, it cannot be denied ctor f that he has the courage of his con- blundea victions. He spoke them the other day at foot of the Stonewall Jackson dem statue. Neither is there...

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

W. A. LeSUEUR,, Publisher (fficial Joural& Of the City andi Pa&ri.. -l L. JASTRIEMKI, Editor. O VOL.T3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1881. ATTORNEYS. ,  , lIR L ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will a. attend promptly to all business intrusted to hifi. (Olice on Convention street, between Third :and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C. W. POPE, ArronaEr AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton opuge. La. Special attention given to the cl lection of accounts, taking testimony iunder co'lll mainion, and to all other matterls rjquiring the attentionl of an Attorney or Notary in tihe' parish of Wert Baton Rouge. apr4 vnt.Il3 H . LAN" , A'rronNY A41,COLNSELOn . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. r 'HOi. B. DUPREE, A'rreotsEv Iand Counselor at Law. Oftice-No. C, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the ,tate and Federal Coturt s. RoIIIRON & IICALE, TTArr1t#fr mad Cou'N.oliLOaa AT LAW. Office on North Bouhlev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 June 1881

LEON JAKTREMKI ............ Editor W. A. LeUEUR .........Publisher BATON ROUGE, JUNE 14, 1881, A through hlne of railroad from D llrinswick, Ga., to Shreveport, is c ,nce of the future possibilities. It i~ stated lint deaths in New York exceed births by 10,000 a year. t D)uing lat week the births in that i cit,' inumblretd 4', and the deaths Small Iox i, clcrid ,by the Mexican d.f-lors in three day. :, aud hro marks let, it is alleged. by treating the pa ti'.nt to cold drinks of cream tartar litst dissolved in boiling water. The ;Mexicani method ýi worth looking in to. A man named Palmer, traveling :derlot the cognomen of Warhawk, was arrested in Constantinople. Pal mer has exposed many conspiracies of secret organizations in T'urkey. Hle was arrested so that he could be silenced. Owing to the great reduction of the 0 rents of larms in England on account of American competition cutting off the incomes of the lauded gentry, it iN predicted that there will soon be a hlage emigration o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 June 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. L Circuit Court ha adjourned. aifI tiol We are indebted to Capt. Philip Burg, Cal for recent courtesies. loud col The commencetent exercises of Read- hv villa Seminary will occur on the evening lar of the 28th inst. This will be an inter esting occasion, and will attract an ap- wh preciative audience. hat A considerable portion of our space is thi taken up to-day by the Tax-Collector's sales. The attention of all concerned Ph is directed to the matter. Mr. George Collins, the efficient man- qu1 ager of St. Clair Plantation, advertises gel in this issue for sealed proposals to gal build a warehouse and stable, Con- tbh tractors will please take notice. die the We are reqluested by the Sisters to ers state that the exhibition of St. Joseph's tlr. School for boys will take place next hit Thursday, June 16th, at 7 o'clock, I'. M. Refreshments for the benotit of the or phans. Admlnission 10 cents. We returns to our friend, G. B. Enochs, ini who is on a tour north, fir a la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 June 1881

LrJLAN(' Paul..6 acres., :"ilwllV north lby Jno A iDougherty. east by L Banrillier, soutih by R Sanchez and we-st by T IDuggan. Amount of t. 5"0. LYTONS F S..5 acres on Clay Gut road. hound. ed aorth by Clay Gut road. east and south by J A Stokes and west by B Ilabti. Amt of t. 4 80. LIVELY Elizabeth Mrs..80 acres on Amtite river. bounded north and east by Amite riv. er: south by Fuqua and west byl'hillips. Amt oft. :3; . LAVIGNE Mrs Caroline..J43 acres bounded north by Mrs Thibodaux, sonth by E I) Verbois and V Thihodaux and west by heirs of Adolph Mandant. Amt oft. 400. LOPEZ Adrian Est. 44 arpeuts on Missisi~ppi river. bounded north by vacant lands, south bi Mississippi river and east by P V Lopez, and :33 arpeuts on Mississippi river, bounded north by vacant lands.east by D Bakor,west by P V Lopez and south by Mississippi river. Amint of t. 12 80. LANDRY Julien Est.. l1i7 acres on Mississip pi river, bounded north by Conrad, south by Mis siseippi river and west by Conrad. Aint o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 June 1881

L. e t t P&r W. A. LegUEUR, Publisher Official Journal of the City and Parisrh. L. JASTREMSKI, Editor. VOL3.. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 ~1.88, i VOL* . . . ATTORNEYS. i C. BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will . attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. , W. POPE, ArrorNEY AT LAW and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Specialattention riven to the col lection of accounts, taking testimony under com. mission, and to all other matte4rs requirmng the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the pariseh of West Baton Rouge. apr*A v2n13 LT§. LANG, ATORNErY AN COUNSELOR . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rIrHOt. B. DuPREE ATrORNEY 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-NO. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the :.State and Federal Courts. HERRON & BEALE, ATroaNEYs sad COUNeLORB AT LAW. Office .on North Boulevard ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 June 1881

Cri. Z eehi xapito1iatt LEON JASTREMbKi ..........Editor W. A. LerUEUR ............ Publisher BATON ROUGE. JUNNE 16t, 181. lIon. Lionel Sackvill West, now at I Madrid, will be British Minister at Garfield's court. Eighty brakemen on the Iron Mountain railroad have struck for an inerease of $10 per month. Another cave, with petrified Indians in it waiting for government rations, has 1,cen flound in Virginia. At Smoketown Pa., l'atrick Reilley, ma insane man. attempted to assasi nate Rev. Father O'Rourke, on Sun day. The Nihilists have issued another proclamation. It declares that the Czat's murdettes were tortured be fore execution. l;ruce, ex-Senator and now register of the Treasury, has purchased a lot oppiosite Bllaine's residence, and will build a modest mansion. Solomou .ilverstein. formerly of New (Mrleans and latterly in the jew lry business at Meridian, Miss., vas murdered at Blastrop, Lately. The new crop wheat prospect up pears generally to be good. Timely rains have impro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 June 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria WVe return thanks to President S. S. Norwood, for a programu e of the closing exercises of Norvilla Collegiate Institute, at Greenslburg, Ln. The river is falling very rapidly at this point. Parties living adjacent to back watershould exercise care in re gard to their health. A petitiou is being circulated to have the Morning Star mail service maintain ed until the, completion of the Texas Pa cific to this city. 'ITliere is a short contunniration in alln other column which refers to the Jewish question. At the first opportunity we shall give our views on this important ni:itter. The grand extraordinary semi-annual drawing ofthe Louisiana State Lottery came off on Tuesday last. The *$lon0,I0 prize was snatched in Iy a man in 'Ietl nessee. "Oh, woild it were we!" The CAI'IOLLN offllice i~ unlder obli gatious to our genial young friend, Ja colºb Fahlnart, for a pitcher of ice-cold beer. T'his acknowledgement should have been made i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 June 1881

A TEXAn'S REVENGE. ranch wi San Antonia Correspondence CCicagc, Tribiune. Col. Albert C, Pelton, whose beau- the wou ti'full 0,000 acre ranche is out toward The poil the Rio Granude, near Laredo, has tion, wli been the Peter the Hermit of the sight. Texans for years. He has believed Whe that he has held a Divine commission reading to kill Apache Indians. Col. Pelton wife, wi came to Texas in 1844, a common (1Ut o1 soldier. By talent and courage he which gradually arose to the rank ot Col- was a p onel, and finally, inl 156, commanded TE Fort Macrae. That year he fell in love with a beautiful Spanish girl Mr. J at Abequin, New Mexico. Her pa- Bend, l rents were wealthy and would not recent consent to their daughter's going former] away from all her friends to live in a berof ( garrison. The admiration of the operate young people was mutual, and pa- but ev: rental objections only intensified the religio affection of the lovers. The nature at Son of the Spanish girl is such that once a...

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