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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 June 1881

TRI-WEEHLY.' W. A. LeSUEUR, Publisher Offical Journal of the CitY tI CL Parish. {T e L. JASTREMSKI, Editor. VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1881. V O L . 3 .: . , , , II •• •IN --1.. . . .. .. . .... ... ... ....' '" " . ATTORNEYS. C C. BIRD, ATroRNEY AT LAW. Will Sattend promptly to all business intrusoed to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. AN W. POPE, ATr4oREY AT LAW and . Notary 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 requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v2n13 H S. LANG, ATrORNEY AND COUNSELOR . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. TrHOS. B. DUPREE, ATTORNEY and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. _ERRON & BEALE, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 June 1881

LEON JASTEMSKI ............ Editor W. A. LeSUEUR ............ Publisher BATON ROUGE. JUNE 18, 1881. Heon. Lionel Sackvill West, now at her fu Madrid, will be British Minister at "In Garfield's court. South ----- growt Eighty brakemen on the Iron as the Mountain railroad have struck for an signif increase of $10 per month. know Another cave, with petrified Indians that c in it waiting for government rations, than has been found in Virginia. twent any l At Smoketown Pa., Patrick Reilley, thous an insane man, attempted to assasi- the nate Rev. Father O'Rourke, on Sun- and r day. of laE The Nihilists have issued another proclamation. It declares that the whicr Czarrs murderers were tortured be- than war fore execution. Bruce, ex-Senator and now :register yean of the Treasury, has purchased a lot by te opi osite Blainc's residence, and will ble 1 build a modest mansion. dolla Solomon Silverstein, formerly of prec prese rais SNew Orleans and latterly in the jew- raise elry business at Mer...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 June 1881

xE'I's is1 7M1E Boys. "The boys are coming home to.morrow." Thus our rural hostess said; While Lou and I exchanged quick glances, Pull of mingled fear and dread. Had we hither come for quiet, Hither fled the city's noise, But to change it for the riot Of those horrid country boys ! Waking one with loud hallooing Early every summer's day, 8hooting robbins, teasing kittens, Frightening the wrens away. I wrote these lines one happy summer ; To-day I smile to read them o'er, Remembering bow with anxious faces We watched anl day the opening door. They came, "the boys" six feet in stature, Graceful, easy, polished men; Vowed to Lou, behind my knitting, To trust no mother's work again. For boyhood is a thing immortal, As each fond mother will agree; And sons are "boys" to her forever, Change as they may to you and me. Now by the window, still and sunny, Warmed by the rich October glow. The dear old lady waits anid watchbe; Just as she waited years ago. For Lou and I are now her daughters W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 June 1881

iml- -- -- I ; - " iaTei-t·tifi EON JAST3EElMI............ EAltor W. A. LefUEUra ......... Pabllsher 1A'r'ON ROUOE, JUNE 18, Ls1. ` __. __. c.. 11n .\ through liue of railroad from Mr. il:rlunswic;, (ai,, to shreveport, it Sof ',.:.' of the iltture possibilitiCes. It is stated that deaths in New the York exceed births by I(l,(lOna year. Ore I):ring lnst week the births in that re041 '.: ,laubered ai2', and the deat4 s ; ',1th - ~- - Sot snIal IPox is curedl by the Mexican trn dtctors in three ldalys, and lo marks Intl Ih;:, it is alleged, by treating the pa- it t, 'lt to colld dritllts of cr'caat tartar clot 1ir't d115nolv(1t in boiling water. The buI 31,:xi4Iht method is worth looking - --·c--- - . seso .\ m:ln iinateil Palnner, traveling tlt nl'derl thile enolnolen of Warhawk, ,) was tai''4ted in Constantinople. P'al- We iIer has exposed muany consptrclis lit' ,: Irl iranizatl tiionl i Turkey. !1 ( Ii,, v,-:. arrested s) that he could he r't l iwing to the great reduction of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 June 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Circuit Court has adjourned. We' tart' indebted to Capt. I'hi Burg, ( for recent courtcsles. The commlencemlent exercises of Read villa Senminary will oeeur o)a the evening of the '1th inst. 'I'his will be an inter esting occasion, andt will attract an lap pretcintivt+ audience. A considerabltl portion o o or space is t taketn up to-day 'Rlby the 'lTax-Collector's snles. Theli uttention of all conccrnwled insdirtctetl to tithe mattter. DMr. (leot'ge Collins, tlhe eflicieit nilll i ager of st. Ulair P'lantationl, advertisesnc in t.hi iSSlue for 'ealedl proposals to p build a warlloutae and staºlle, C,n- t tractors will pluast' take notice. t \'We are reqllu'sitl by the sislters, to state tlhat the exhihition of it. Jloeph's ll li cichool for oioy will talke i a lle next Thursday, Juline Itith. at 7 o'clock, I'. M. RIefreshlmentos for the. bonitfi of the or phans. Admission If) celi4s. W'e ret lrll to our friend, (. BI. Enochs, Wlho i4 ell i toolr oifflh, tin' a hlt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 June 1881

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A. AND M. COLLEGE. DIRECTORY. BOAtD OP SUPERVI8JBS. Gov. L. A. Wilts, ex officio President,N.Or1gane Hon. E. H. Fay, Supt. Public Education, ex officio, New Orleans. Col. Wm. Preston Johnston, President Faculty, ex-ofticio, Bato RoIuge. Gen. Leon Jastremeki. Vlce-President, Baton R. T. earegard ................. St. Bernard John Clegg.................. .Vermillion John Dolbonde................... New Orleans G. II. Graham .................... .Hapider . A. Gunby ........................Onachita W. H. ipes ........... ...... East Felioclan F. W. Prie ...........................Jackson W. A. Strong............. Winn S. R. Thorpe ..... ..........Avoyelles G. L. Walton ...................... Concordi Hery Edwards .......... .... ew Orleans W. H. Goodale, Secretary. ......Baton Rouge H. Skolfield, Treasurer....... ....Baten Rouge FACULTY. Col. Wan. Preston Johnston. President and Pro. fesor of History and English Literature. J. W. Niobolson ..... Professor ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 June 1881

"ri'a8eehiib .apitolian " S LOCAL MATTERS. tl Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic prevent alaria Il We return thanks to President S. S. Norwood, for a programme of the closing exercises of Norvilla Collegiate Institute, oi at Greensburg, La. al The river is falling very rapidly at this point. Parties living adjacent to back water should exercise care in re gard to their health. A petition is being circulated to have it the Morning Star mail service maintain ed until the completion of the Texas Pa cific to this city. F There is a short communication in an- of other column which refers to the .Jewish a) question. At the first opportunity we tl shall give our views on this important c( matter. The grand extriordinary semi-annulfl drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery W came off on Tuesday last. The $100,00 b prize was snatched in by a man in Ten- ci nessee. "Oh, would it were we!" a" I. The CAPITOLIAN office is under obli- a' gations to our genial young friend, Ja- ai cob Fahnert, for a pitcher of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 June 1881

[CONTINU )EI FROM 1ST PAGE. l.BLAN( 1' Paul..6 acres, hounded north by Jno A Dougherty, east by L Barrillier. south by ]t Sanchez and west by 1' DI ggan. Amount of a t 5'0. LYONS F S..5 acres on Clay Gut road, bound- 8 ed north by Clay Gut road, east and south by J A Stokes and west by 11 Babin. Amt of t. 4 80. LIVELY E lizabeth Mrs..60 acres on Agaite river i(ounded north and east by Amite iv. er south by Fuqua and west byf'hillips. Amt oft. Sc. LA VIGNE Mrs Caroline.. 143 acres bounded I north bl Mrs Thihodaux, south by E D Verbois f and V'I hibodaunx and west by heirs of Adolph ) Mandant. Atutof t. 4 00. LOPEZ Adrian Est. 44 arpents on Mississippi 1: river, bounded north by vacant lands, south by v Mississippi river and east by P V Lopez. and 33 c arpents on Mississippi river. bounmded north by vacant lands,cast by I) aker,west by P V Lopez 1 and south by Mississippi river. Art of t. 1280. LANDR" Julien Est..1 7jacres on Mississip- 1 pi river, bounded north by Conrad, south by Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 June 1881

ý ýi º º i"ý? ' `ý ýt•, . tit W. A. LestEUl. Publisher Ofiil Journal of tlhe City anl, Pars,, L. fJATREMSaf , EIditor. )re VOL. . BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 21S,  .w L.·· '" ATTORNgYS. C C'. 1IRD, ATIOIRNEY AT LAW. Will * attend proumptly to all business intrusted to him. Otfice on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ATTORNEY AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton iouge, La. Special attention given to the colb le tion of accounts, taking testimnony under corm mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge, aprJ4 v2nl:1 H f. LANG, ArroagNa AND COLSZN1., . At Law, Donaldsonvlle, La. Will prac. t'ice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. WqHOS. B. DUPREEC ATroxEY L and Connselor at Law. Offioe-No. 6, Pike's Itow, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Conrts. HERRON & RBEALE, ATOArrTrN and COUNaELOR AT LAW. Office on N...

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

LEON JANTIW3NRK**............ Editor W. A. Le$VEUR ............Pabllrber BATON ROUGE .IUNE 21. 181., TIE CAIPITOLIAN. As )ooin as railway communication is permanently assured and the State Government is removed to this city, it is our lurpone to issue a daily edi tion of the CarrTou.IAN, which will contain, lbesiOd,.4 the latest press dis patche's, ai ftll 4lanlina.ry of State news and such items of interest con c'rining the doings at the state head quarters as will prove of interest to readers everywhere. WVe propose to torward the daily edition of the CUAPIToi.AN to New Or1leans along the line of the rail road atnd by our rivc" steame.rs, so as to give it as large I circulation as posiblºe. It will bIe our aim to render the pa per one worthy of the Capital of the State. and to make it its fist-class ad vertising nedinun, in the locality, as well as for the advertisers of New Orleanis anl elsewhere. With this view, we, have already securecl the services of Col. Henry 1). Monier, wh...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. M1. Chambers announceaile arri val of the magazines for July at his , stationery establishment. Parties wishing to purchase a second- f hand engine, in complete running order a will do well to refer to advertisement of I Messrs, James 'l, Laws & Co., which s appears in another column. It will be a sold at a bargain. e Mr. A. Levy, the new merchant, next door to Lefevers, is now open and fully prepared to wait upon the public. lie has a very handsome assortment of va- t riety goods, which he sells at remark ably low prices. Don't fail to give him a call. You will find Mir. Eddie Calla haIn, one of our town boy., ready with his usual politeness, to give you a hearty a welcome, and in furtherance of the in terests of the indefatigable pIroprietor, will show you goods without complaint. The Annual (Conluencenienlt Exercises t of the Girls' Department of the school of the St. Joseph's Catholic sisters, will a take place at the Academy, on to-morrow F 2d diust., at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 June 1881

RANDOM SWIOTS. NEw ORLtEANS, June 1~), 1661. (Gr. Leonf atremskl , 1l)lt FlRIEND--I've had you and your enterprising journal in my mind .more often, doubtless, than you have supposed from, my long silence. But :ogreat is the lethargy of selfishness that those persons and things that coate to e's and minister to our grati ,cation and pleasure without our seeking actively, quite frequently are received with apparent indiflbrence as if they belonged to us, as matter of right. I suppose it must have been this disposition of frail humanity from which the old saying that "bless ings brighten as they take their flight," was deduced. In the present ease I trust, my dear friend, you will do me the justice to believe it is ap parent and not real. The disagreea ble necessity of work forces us to sometimes neglect our friends. This, I am sure, you will admit, since other wise, I should have had the pleasure of seeing you down here among your numerous friends. You seem to be but an hour or two f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 June 1881

-o / .. , . .,,, , W. A. Le.t.IE J oLaublishe O 1", O .,. o the (1"t d P:i.. L. JASTRE SKI, Editor. VOL.3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIA, THURSDAY, JU N ' 1 BATOl l I. . PIN EN ATTORNEYS. C. BIRD Anoauu AT LAw. Will . attend prompt to all business intrusted him. mOce on onvention street, between and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ATrounIr AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton RouZe, La. Special attention given to the col of accounts, taking teetimony under com miseion, and to all other matters requiring the ttention of an Attorney or Notay In the parih of West Baton Rouge. apr24 ,2n13 rOS. B. DUPREE ATronsKY Sand Conselor at Law. Ooe--no. 6, Pike's Row, Batn Rooue, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. H ERRON & BE *AL ATeounrs sad CousEons Ar LAw. O®0e Baton Ronge, La. Will ttend to llaw basi. news entrasted to them in this and adjoining A. H.rroU ............ L.D. Beale. FAVROT A& LAMON. ATron. ~ 1re AT LAw. Office on North Boulevard street...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 June 1881

LEON JASTBEM KI............ Editor W. A. Le8UEUB ............Publtsher BATON ROUGE. JUNE 23, 1881. BAD POLICY. te We published a few days ago, an interview had with Pi&sident Whee lock, relative to the branch railroad a0 to Baton Rouge, in which he is re ported to have said, "if baton Rouge T won't facilitate hs we have but one thing to do and that is to establish our permanent depot across the river. By constructing the necessary wharves, the steamboats, mail boats, etc., will come to transact their R business with us there as they would elsewhere. He couldn't well under- P •etand why the coal yard objected to P having the railroad and transfer boat c near them, where they might be daily r purchasers. Then the employes and laborers about the depots and trans .fer boat would necessarily spend their r wages where they resided. Surely Baton Rouge would not wish to give t that to the opposite ashore."': The Baton Rouge Advocate, which has rather sided with tLe opposition i to the d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 June 1881

(;ri'*geellt tap ito an hn LOCAL MATTERS. of see We are indebted to Major P. Machet ye for two copies of Waldo's Baton Rouge wi Directory. A mad dog af Duplantier's, out on of Spanish town street, bit two or three other dogs and attacked a little colored Pt girl, only succeeding,fortunately,in tear- at ing her clothes. This happened on Tues- of day morning. All the dogs were killed. te Pa The Conlmencement Exercises at Ma- cc grader's Collegiate Institute will take et place on Wednesday next, June 29th, F beginning at 7, o'clock, P. M. All the fe friends of this fine college are invited to , be present. There will doubtless be a tl large assemblage in attendance. s1 Deputy Sheriff Skoltield, on Wednes dlay, arrested Arcee Bolden, colored, ** charged with having, sometime in May, l' entered the domicil of Frank Robinson, R colored and stole therefrom a silver bi watch. On asearch warrant he found the E stolen property in the possession of Mrs. Fogelbacker, who says Bolden gave her tl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 June 1881

AN EVIPlTED MOTHER. ' Six Children Amid the Ruins of their stome. A Limerick dispatch says: It is a saddening sight to watch evictions carried on with the anslstanco of her Majesty's troops. After Kennedy and his family and household goods were turned out of their home near this city, and the door barrted up and the police had departed, your corres pondent returned to the spot where the eviction had taken place. The niotheo and her six little children were sitting amid or walking about the ruins of their once happy home. There was nothing between them and the blue sky. Night was coming on ; they had nowhere to go, and thus they were left without a ray of hope to cheer them. The Coldstream Guards and the police proceeded to the next tenant to be evicted, and as these magnificent soldiers, the flow er of her Majesty's troops, filed down by the little cabin, one could not re sist calling to mind their exploits in England's greatest wars, and compar ing them with their present service. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 June 1881

TRI-WEEkrLY. ' ¶4 . A. LeSUEUR, Publisher Ofcial Journal o& the City ad P"arish. Ti. .JA$TREMSKI, Editor. ____ _ VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1881. ATTORNEYS. 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, Aovromnu AT LAW and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. ion of accounts, taking testimony under come mission, and to all other matters requiring the ttention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish ft West Baton Rouge. apr14 v2nl3 i-HOIJ. B DUPREE ATTONE 1 snd Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pke's Row, Baton Bogoe, La. Will practice in the State and edera 0 ourts. .IC RRON & BICALE, A~ ' roasTs sad COUNSeLORS AT LAW. O c oa North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law obus ness entruated to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. A . He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 June 1881

IEON JASTREMSKI............ Editor W. A. LeSUEUR ............ Publisher BATON ROUGE. JUNE 25, 1881. LUIUj N. O. OPicayune: Land is very pre- our ] e)ons iu, the city of Baton Rouge. If By the railroad does not go to the city wha thL, business city must go to the rail- etc., road. busi The mechanics of Battle Creek, else Mich., have formed an association to stan withhold their patronage from every havi resider;t of the town who shall send nea abroad for any a ticle that could be pure manufuictred in that community. lab( -- - fer 1 Laborer'I wages in Mexico, vhich wa were : ý.unts a day, have now under Bat t-_e influence of the railway boom, thai reacheld :Li high rate of 4l: cents a f d y.. Ti: G(alveston News remarks, has in: this connection, that it has now be- to t io,lCe nýirf profitable in Mexico to ceri ,ork than to steal orbeg or be a sol- pot (iet, wi:o c )mbiies both beggary and tio theft in his operations. ens Shrlevepor: Times : We are ire- rot quently asked wiat is being ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 June 1881

Ste Tax Sales -C)F IM @IOVABLE PrBPERITY. heIu tatf of Loueiana vs. DelinquentTox Debtors Parish of Ba B Bon Rouge. BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY vested in me by the constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, I will sell, at the principal front door of the Courthouse, in which the Civil Dis trict Court of said parish i s held, within the legal hours for judicial sales, begin ning at 11 o'clock A. ... on Saturday, the 16tB day of Jaly, A. D., 1I1, and continuing on Monday and each succeeding day until said sales are completed, all immovable property, on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and parish of East Baton Rouge, to enforce collection of all taxes assessed in the year 18e0, together with interest thereon from the thirty-first day of December, 1880, at the rate of eight per cent per annum until paid, and all costs. The names of said delinquent tax-payers, the amount of taxes due by each on the assessment of said year, and the immovable property assessed to ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 June 1881

LEON JASTREMSKI............ Editor W. A. LeSUEUSB ......... Publisher BATON .'UGE JUNE 25, 1881, THE CAPITOLIAN. I As soon as railway communication N is permanently assured and the State tb Government is removed to this city, g it is our purpose to issue a daily edi tion of the CArPTOLIN, which will contain, besides the latest press dis patches, a full summary of State hi news and such items of interest con- di cerning the doings at the State head quarters as will prove of interest to ti readers everywhere. C We propose to torward the daily it edition of the CAITOLIAN to New t Orleans along the line of the rail road and by our river steamers, so ir as to give it as large a circulation as si possible. rc It will be our aim to render the pa n per one worthy of the Capital of the 0 Statte. and to make it a first-class ad- b vertising medium, in the locality, as L well as for the advertisers of New R Orleans and elsewhere. P g With this view, we have already a se:ured the services of Co...

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