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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 June 1881

Sri.e thlhl p prtapw_ Irc LOCAL MATTERS. at Hebl Mr. M. Chambers announces the arri- by ' val of the magazines for July at his word stationery establishment. te Parties wishinigto purchase a second- forea hand engine, in complete running order over will do well to refer td advertisement of In I Messrs, James II. Laws & Co., which sold appears in another column. It will be app' sold at a bargain. evid Mr. A. Levy, the new merchant, next and door to Lefevers, is now open and fully pre p arpared to wait upon the public. lie that has a very handsome assortment of va- o t riety goods. which he sells at remnark ably:low prices. Don't fail to give hint fo11d a call. Yon will find Mr. Ellie ('alla- to: hat, one of our town boys. ready with his usual politeness, to give youl a leapty p welcome, and in furtherance' of the, i J. terests of the indefatigabhl proprietor, rl will show you goods without complaint. 'It The Aunual. Cow'nriencecmnet Exercises for of the' Girls' lDepartment of ti...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 June 1881

Taken from the Priomitive Paebhea Mines In Mezieo In Thirty Years. ilostotn Iecrald. ,'or more than three hundred years the mines of l'achuea have been worked by the Mexicans--irst 'by the Mexicans pure and simple, then by the Spaniards and now again by Mexicans, who would neorn the name of Spaniard, trhongh his blood mingles in their veins. Here in th is very town was discovered the pro (ce'ss of aRillligitniation 1now in use to-day by which all the precious ores dug from the mountain are made to yield their silver. Yes, more, the very hacienda is stil) worked and profltabl', in which, in ljr,7 Senor Meditna made that dls eovery so valuable to Mexico. Senor Medina haspassed away, it is presumned, but his nmemnlory still lives. The English selony comprises about 250 men women a'nd children, from the mining district of ('oriwall. The first Cornish miners came here about tifty years ago, intro. decing English machinery and modes of working the mines, much to the benefit of the owners....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 June 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. oft sep We are indebted to Major P. Machet yot for two copies of Waldo's Baton Rouge we: D irectory. wil The thermometer during the past week of has stood at 100(, in the shade, between 12 M., and 3 o'clock P. M. pr A mad dog at Du::lantier's, out on of: Spanish town street, bit two or three ter other dogs and attacked a little colored po girl, only succeeding,fortunately,in tear- cee ing herclothes. Thishappened on 'rues- edi day morning. All the dogs were killed. Fa The Commencement Exercises at Ma- fee grader's Collegiate Institute will take u a place on Wednesday uext, Jnue 'J9th, the beginning at 7T o'clock, P'. M. All the 5PI friends of this ine .college are invited to i be present. There will doubtless be a seO large assemblage ;n attendance. Fa Ro Deputy Sheriff Skolfield, on Weedne.- be clay, arrested Arcee Bohlen, colored, E charged with having, sotnetilne in May, Ni entered the dormicil of Frank Robinson. colored and stole therefrom a silver o watch. On ase...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 June 1881

RANDOM SHOTS. next m and, an NEW ORLEANS, June 10. 168. 1 vinD Gen. Leon JTastremnk. loving I)EAIt FIEND-lI've had you and the Cat your enterprising journal in my mind Someth more often, doubtless, than you have curved supposed from my long silence. But wife kr so great is the lethargy of selfishness was on that those persons and things that marked cone to us and minister to our grati- would fication and pleasure without our J t seeking actively, quite frequently are street i received with apparent indifference- The ne as if they belonged to us, as matter of home. right. I suppose it must have been N this disposition of frail humanity from which the old saying that "bless- N ings brighten as they take their It is flight," was deduced. In the present that w case I trust, my dear friend, you will but sic do me the justice to believe it is ap- ponder parent and not real. The disagreea- countr ble necessity of work forces us to malign sometimes neglect our friends. This, ishing I am sur...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 June 1881

WI $fY . aLtM b * L. ,IASTI EMMIi(, tcditor, rtr ... W 'J..k orog. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUisIANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1881.. "': 1 y fi 5t,} , y. ýa ýJ F fu r. = r TRI.'t" WII·. W. O t,ýlyt 71Clrn, 1Publisher) Ofdi3 CiB1 O cei rnlla Of the C71t-Y Y] d P&Irish I·nWs'.~ L. JAMTT~tFMMK1, Edidtor. Tri.We ·· VOL. 3. B;ATON ROUGE, L~OUISIANA, TUESDAY, JUNJE 28, 1881. r .VI'TORNEYS. (4 (!. IlRI). ATTrhoNY Ar Lw. Will i. attensld prlollptly t all buIIinlM l autitrui-i to hill) Ollico on (ollvepntion atrtPet, betweenl Thirdl audl Church streets. Baton flloige, l.a. r "W. PO()1E,. ATrrOINE;Y Axr LAw anl " Notatry l'ahlhe, 'Port Allr. , W.VaI laltonl IRollig, La. HprI'ial Rattllntion giveIn In thli col lectlllon f accounts, tking tietiln ,ny unII 'I co(llll'l . mnlnin,l. and to a al other natte. riequh'lng liI attitionl of Ian AttOurny or Notary in thei puarith of W est baton l}oug s, " p ", 1 : v'.1uA rI3HO . 1. DIU AICE ArroFsEr and Couonaelor at Law. Oflice-No. I;, Plke,'a tow, iaton Itoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 June 1881

W. A. LeUEUR .... .....Publbsher BATON ROUGE, JUNE 28. 1881, LOCAL MATTERS. i It is said that Mr. Oliver Potts and his to a two daughters, were to depart to-day, of i (Tutesday), on the Will Kyle, to spend ani some time at the North. We wish them rea a pleasant voyage and safe return. A P.: The Comnunencement Exercises at Ma- on grader's Collegiate Institute will take iun place on to-moraow (Wednesday) even- He ing. The Professor requests us to state to that no ice-cream vendors will be al lowed on the premises. in The Vice President ofthe Board of 8u- ed pervisors of the Lousianua State Univer- the sity and A. &. M. College, at the ap- I ;ointed hour for the meeting, on yes- thl te:day, for wanit of a quorunm, instructed son the Secretary to record an adjournnent u e till Friday, July 1st, 1sP1. difl thi Mr. Augustus J. lBogel, for many years tw th, energetic and capable Baton Rouge Pharmacist, now engaged in the ,lsame tor pursuiit in Shreveport, has been spend- thl ing some ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 June 1881

~ixX'(ýýiý (ý dat0tol1 nl ADDREHESS blurn OF in till HON. DAVID 1. BARROW. 1 Che t Delivered on lt. John's Day at the teri Masonie Ple.Ne, at the Garrison l M nco pe Grounds, June 24th, 1SS1. wclp the t BROTHrcI 1(i$ AND VFRInlts--"When it Wli tshrst hre Iaggestel I hat it part of the programmo for this Holi day should consiat in an iddnrn to us, I halt whic ltattered myseilf upon belg a listener to be Ul. luminated by some of you, more able, from your aI-i lang expelrie'ne, study and research into the sub. Iave lects proper to be considered, than I feel mycelf lelt to be. And when your committ cc selected me, mine my first determlination was to decline and insist It that some other brother, having more right and this greater pI acity to lenitertanl atnlt inlltruct, should Iciar be selecteed. .ern lBut remembierinlg that I hlla come up to atnnit in tice tihe erection of our lceat temple without tle tfoel 'hope of fee Ir rtc' ardt," and that I had d.elared ,lets myv willingness to, u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 June 1881

"GOOD-.BE, MY LOVER, GOOD- 11 BYE." itl A Picturesque Parting-A Scene to Thrill a Heart of Marble. Louisville Courier.Journal. el Thlere is always a sadness in part- fp ing which is heroic; there is always a sorrow in saying farewell, which con- st secrates the moment to virtue. "My cl Native Laud, Good Night!" was not th the irony of the departing poet. Those T who have heard "Farewell, My Own," di warbled by an exhausted tenor with the late "Pinafore" troupe of last sum- tr iner can appreciate the ineffable sa dness of the thought. at The picturesque story of a parting hi between two young lovers of Louis- cl ville has somehow grown to a whis cl per, and is causing a sensation in C( certain knowing circles of this city. a Several days ago a young man, who a was about "sailing out into the West" m in search of fortune and fame, found tl the day of his departure at lIand and d a fair young girl with black eyes to 1 be left behind. They were "sweet- of hearts," with the approving, sm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 June 1881

r' i tl b 4: L.. A. LAIJUIUM, Publitheo? Omfcia]. Journal of the City acL nd ±r3al. ITr.WieshJ, VTL.ATEM. ATON ROUGE, LOUdIto.NA, HUR DAY, JUN 80,.1. 3 ~~BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 80, 18810';:l ATTOIRNEY . . V. 11111, A'TTORNKY AT LAW. Will e attdll Iroimptly to all biusiea iUtrIAtit. tnl him. (ltic' oil (orlvenllt.lon atreot. |ltweelL Third anitd Churchl trei'ta, Blaton Raoge, La. (, 1¶. POPE. A'rroiisY AT LAW arid SNotary I'lubl, l'ort Allhen, W lht, (Ataon Irallug', 1,a. Hperli nttentionl glvl toi the i'ol. ledtol o lf necountllllt, tlakinlg t*'lq illlorly under corn tnlai,,n, atn to all other Imnttra reiqluirillli thle .tteitloln of a11 A ttorney or N'otary In lthII' parlh of WYeat lhton fitolleP, riui4 viil.l ' 'HoM. jg5. tUi~n c1e, ArroinP.Y I tandl Connaolor at Law. (flice--No. i, Pike'A ,oW, Baton Iougal, La.I Will practice ili tlhe Hat aUln Fedleral .Collrt a. -I ERRION &, UIC ALE. i A'rOItIgT sA aal (ICol:allral'n AT LAW. O(Ificle on North Iloulevard atr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 June 1881

LEON JAI4TREMNUIL..Z .....Editor W. A. Ie01JEUR ..."'...".... ubitsher IA1AON ROUGE JUNE 30, isM1, THE STATE FINANCE$. An Extra sles*lon the Renmedy. The State Treasurer, Major E. A. Burke, in a letter addresosed to the editor of the Thibodeaux Sentinel, aserts that the receipts from taxes sad licene-, will not corme up to the appropriations for 1861, by at least $204,01)), which he attributes to the defects in the revenue law, which in the item of license revenuel alone will caiuse a dfctcit to that amount. hence the depreciation in State warrants, th(e full face of which will finally have to be paid by the people. When it is considered that tlhe mu nicipal nll parochial governments are compelled to abide by the limitations tlx'ed by the General Assembly in the matter of licenses, it will easily be seen hiow the revens from thallt soul'Co arc curtailed not only to the State, brit to the parishes and mllauiripali tieLs also. 'Til'roigl, the limitations referred to the revenues of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 June 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. W. L. Jackson and lady, of Adams r-e County, Miss., have been spending a iug few days in this city. whither they hal tih conic to attendl the Commencement at an Magruder's Collegiate Institute. a it the Bishop Galleher, will deliver the Com mencement Sermon, at the University lIel building, on Sunday next, at 11 o'clock str A. M. We doubt not that a large and rol appreciative aulience will be in atten- 1l1 dance to hear the discourse of the dis- lia tinguished divine. ly CENTFNARY CILEGELr:.-This excel lent institution, as will hel seen by its Oe notice in another column, will open the gu session of 181-s-2, on September rth. This College has regained fully its ante- ilt bellhm standing, under the able dirrc tiltn of President Andrews. A corps of op distinguished uprofessors will oiliiet loi the education oftlice students. The e'- gre penses are light and the site at .Jackson, of La., a mnost delightful one, till eO LOUISIANA, Ii:en Ui':se  rt':-, AcaN- ti 'rAGi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 June 1881

A CHASM OF DEATH. One Hundred and Ninety Privates and Thirty-two Omcer Kill. ed or Roasted While Fifty 3More are In Jured. C:iiueaio, June 27.-A special dis patch from the City of Mexico says the accident at Mailpais loses none of its horror through receipt of fuller and more accurate advices. For some time past the district where it occurred has been swept by fierce storms, swelling the creeks into tor rents and laying waste many fertile fields. The bridge spanning the river at the point mentioned, although known to be unsafe, was stillin use when the fatal train bearing a battalion of sol diers attempted its passage. The re sult was a crash, as the undermined supports gave way and the engine and cars were hurled headlong down the chasm. Scarcely had the magnitude of the disaster become apparent when a new horror was added. In the freight cars composing a portion of the train was a consignment of alco hol. This took fire, and the conse quent explosion contributed much to the loss o...

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

w.. w""y fr cy r,ý r""ýf°.c '. 'Py #rx rE" 0ý,{... ý.,,, TRI.WEEKLY. W.A.. LeSUEUR, Publisher yournicialA..r of taae City. e&1d. Parish.Tr"ae S ý~ L. JASTBREMSKI, Editor. S ON ROUG, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 2,1881. VOL. 3, BATON ._,.r: :,!:;·'-· ATTORNEYS. C1 C. BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will * attend promptly to all business intrusted o him. Office on Convention street, between 'Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. SW. POPE, ArroRNEY AT LAW and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testimonv under comn. mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an At orney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 vrnl3 rMHOS. B. DUPREE, ATTORNEY 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federaf Courts. UERRON &C BEALE, li ATTrORNEYS and COUNSELORS AT LAW. Ottice on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 July 1881

LEON L LEON JAlSTBENSBK............Editor W. A. LeSUEUR ............Publisher EATON ROUGE JULY 2, 1881. THE STATE FINANCES. An Extra Session the Remedy. The State Treasurer, Major E. A. lurke, in a letter addressed to the editor of the Thibodeaux Sentinel, asserts that the receipts from taxes and licenses will not come up to the appropriations for 1881, by at least $2204,000, which he attributes to the defects in the revenue law, which in the item of license revenue alone will cause a deficit to that amount. Hence the depreciation in State warrants, the full face of which will finally have to be paid by the people. When it is considered that the mu nicipal and parochial governments are compelled to abide by the limitations 1 fixed by the General Assembly in the 1 matter of licenses, it will easily be seen how the revenues from that source are cuttailed not only to the State, but to the parishes and municipali ties a.so. Through the limitations referred to the :eveuues of the city of...

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

St7te Tax SaJles IMMOVABLE PROPERTY. I TIle Stat of Lnetranatesp. linqyentt Tm Dbctra Pariah of/ 'aet Ihnton Rouge. 2 BY VIRTU1E ('1F THE AiTHORTrrY o vestedl in in by the constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, It will sell, at the principal frout dloor of the Courthouse, in which the Civil Dis- ° trict Court of said parish in held, within the legal hours for jdicial sales, begin- 1 ing at 11 o'clock A. a+., on Natarday, the 16th day of July, 1. I)., i 11, and contintlug on Monday h sad each succeeding clay until said sales o .r completed, All immovable property, o a which taxes arec now due to the State :,ouinia1Js and parish of East BIaton n .uage, to enfecrce collection of all taxes C tsenomed in the year 1ºt), together with I iterest thereoni from the thirty-hirst tday I c Uecetuber, 1!tl, at the rate of eight a pr tentt per' annum until paid, and all eto. The names of said delinquent , ta-payers, the amount of taxes tdne by t cah on the aenessment of said year, andl r...

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

LEON JASTREMSERI............Editor W. A. LeUEUR ...........Publisher BATON ROUGE JULY 2, 1881. LOCAL MATTERS. SIt is said that Mr. Oliver Potts and his two daughtors, were to depart to-day, (Tuesday), on the Will Kyle, to spend some time at the North. We wish them a pleasant voyage and safe return. 'the Contunencemeut Exercises at Ma gruder's Collegiate Institute will take place on to-miorrow (Wednesday) even ing. The Professor requests us to state that no ice-create ieindor'i will be al lowed on the lirenmises. ''The Vice President ofthe IBoard of Sn porviso's of the Louisiana State IUniver nity and A. &. M. College, at the ap . ointed houn flior the meeting, onil yes terday, for wanut of a quorum, instructred the Secretary to recordl III adjournment till Friday, J1ly 1.st, s-I Mr. Augustus .1. JIogel, for maney years the cnergetic and capabl lBaton Rouge 'iaurmnaeiot, now engaged in the same parsusit in Shr'evelort., has Ibeeni spend ing soiile till' ilnolig his Iumnneraoti fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 July 1881

Wtt alli ADDREMSS or 101. DAVID N. BARROW. Delivered on St. Jobh's Day at the Nactomle Plc.Nile, at the airrIron droundtl, Jane 24th, 1!PI1. IaOltO'uit ANMP I.l'st4-'heuc it wis tdcra tggitedCl that a part of the programme for thil day should con 1nit lI an iladdrens to us, t bhad datteree Ii'se'Iif ulpon being a listenler to be iI. Iuminated by some of you, more able, from your long experliece, study and research into the sub. 1er 1 proper to tbe eicn idered, than I feel cmyself to bI. And when your commnittten celectedt me, amy tirat determiution was to dedcllian iad inanlt that some other brother, having nwore right anti treater capacity to entertlaitn and instruc't, shoiuld Ie Mcelecteid. But 1cicnettiwring that I h:ul come' up to anlislt in the erection f oal r all'rent temple, without tle * hole olf fee or rewar" andiIi that I had decldariel my williengnews to uldertaIke any part of the work, however ncerlle or aidiuous the autto mcight prove,'. I icoiii'iidel I eiuld enrot Re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 July 1881

8TAI NSGLE1ffU Morgain City Review: Mr. Mike Brtady was hadly bitten by a shark Wednesday evening at `; o'clock. While sitting on a log near the water's edge and bathing, the shark caught him by both feet and pulled him over, and he would have been drowned hut for immediate help. Opelousas Courier: Mr. aens. E. Dupre, who lives about four miles from town, sent the champion cotton stalk of the season to this office on Wednesday last, It in about tour feet high, well loaded with bolls-some of which are as large as a partridge egg-and the branches a massofbloonms and rudimentary bolls. This is a fairsample of several more acres of the same kind. Point CoupeeBanner: Last Saturday the "Literary Society" of False River met and bad quite a protracted discus sion over the subject "Was Mahomet an impostor ?" Several ladies and gentle men taking each side of the question. We are informed that several beautiful essays pro and con were read; but the final decision was in favor of the sin earity...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. W. LI Jackson and lady, of Adams County, Miss., have been spending a few days in this city, whither they had tome to attend the Commencement at Magruder's Collegiate Institute. Bishop Galleher, will deliver the Com mencement Sermon, at the University building, on Sunday next, at 11 o'clock A. M. We doubt not that a large and appreciative audience will be in atten dance to hear the discourse of the dis tinguished divine. CENTENARY COLLEGE.-This excel lent institution, as will be seen by its notice in another column, will open the session of 181-82, on September 5th. This College has regained fully its ante bellum standing, under the able direc tion of President Andrews. A corps of distinguished professors will conduct the education of the students. The ex penses are light and the site at Jackson, La., a most delightful one. LOUISIANA, HFEn RE:ioUlRCEs, ADVAN TAGES AND ATTRACTIONS.-This is the title of a pamphlet issued by the South Western Immigration Company, whic...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 July 1881

"UOOD*BYE. MY LOVER. GOOD. BYE." A Picturesque Parting-A Scene to Thrill a Heart of Marble. iLouiicrl .nuritrrJournal. T'lihre is always a sadness in parts ing which is heroic; there is always a sorrow in saying farewell, which con secrates the moment to virtue. "IMy Native Land, Good Night!" wa ruot the irony of the departing poet. fl0ose who have heard "Farewell, iMy Own," warbled by an exhausited tenor with the late "''Pinaftore" troupe of last slim fver can appreciate the ineffable sa dness of the thought. T"ie picturesq'ue story otf a parting between two young lovers of Louis ville has somehow grown to a whis per, and is causing a sensation in certain knowing circles of this city. Several days ago a young man, who was about "''sailing out into the West" in search of fortune and fame, found the day of his departure at hand and a fair young girl with black eyes to be left behind. They were "sweet hearts," with the approving smiles of parents, and he was going WVest to make a nest...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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