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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 July 1881

'IIRIWEEKLY. A. Cit aris . 1hK" Wj.{ " ,. .MIUPublisher ((Official Journal of -ti SCty and P s2 ~nwel ** , Ti{E1MNKIt, Editor. L. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 18816 VOL. J. - le a t ...... a, u Immo 1Y6naJnles !nd mw A`lma -Tr ·.,~o me:· ad·;. .\ATTIORNEYS. g. I151]). AA'rr'tNlY AT LAW. W,!l * autet d Irunplly to ul| huniinn., s!.tun l to hjiml, ()llieot o1 (Uven'ltton s treet. ilstweell Third and Chur.h stru.,ts, B_,at,,.,,un, La. SW.. I'O 1., ArrontcY A.r LAw and .. N,,taryv l'ublie, 'Port Alslen, WetL lItthoU IongoM, 1.1a. Special attentlon given to the. eol. IsCtion of tctittat11, takiIng t4,stl.onuy ntlldr orun apiiontl, itidc tio ll other liatt'er requtIrlnh the gattntion of an Attorney or Notay u Notary in, tihe .arinl of West Baton Loupg. apr24 v25nsl iuOP4. >11. I ithiR' EE Arr'ou 1 and Couonelor at Law. c)llie--INo. ti, Plks'n howw, Iaton LIouue, Lat. Will pIractici:e the Hlit, o aset F 'eeral Court.___ . .... . EI ERRON & j;1 .AIlE, iArrownlav and (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. — 5 July 1881

LEON JASTREMIRILI Ed.......Editor W. A. LeSUEUR ............ Publisher BATON RIOUGE JUILY ,, 1,81 THE PREnIDENT'S DEATH. The public mind has quite settled apoi the conclusion that QGet. Gar field cannot live. With this conclu aioni naturally comnes the calculation of the eftects of his death. Many and serious diffitculties haer beooen suggest ed, in connection with the admninia tration of national atfairs, and grave )apprehellenionil are felt by many, lest the antagonisms existing Ibetween the .tailwartl: bl'ranchi of1' the lRepublican partyv and G4en. Gartitlid's supposed policy. would cuJnlinate in an open overtlhrow of conservative agents and iimethods and an inauguration of stalwartrlill ill its ilmost aggressive form. We do niot participate in these ali'heliensinis While there was nimuchli rcason to liopl tliat Mr'. Gar th ll'., adiliinisrtrationl would have been chllnrcterizd lby a lrioaidti pa tr iotisn and a mnl're initelligen~lt Mstates lnaitllct thaniui allny thing that ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 July 1881

EridLtalitr Eapitalian LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's (;ilt Edge 'onic cliures Dunlmb Ague. Strawberry short'cake at a church fes tival in charming stnffto eat. It is such exciting fun to see who gets the straw berry.-H-oston Post. DIring aill altercation yesterday even ing, in front of Mrs. Baum's store, on North Street, one negro shot anotheer in the arm. 'The shootist was arrested. Hier name was Eva, and when Charles Augnstus called the other evening and asked heir to be his darling wifey, she gent said: "Not this Eva. Some other Eva." Good Eva. We acknowledge the plela"lnt ('all of Messrs. Eugene Adler mad lherman i Mi clhel, of Clinton, who cane to attendl the grand hop, at the university. We hlope they have haul a gay time while here. The intelligence of the .ss'assiucation of Pres'ident (Garlieldi plrodlited' the great est exciter.entcf ill this city, and inldignal tion was at the higlitest pitch, unltil later news proccdn'cl' the hIopel' hi's ltimate recoverV. We regret to learn that...

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

TTHE DISCOVERY OF A OFRX. c New (leansl Times. Last winter Dr. Manoel I)a Gama n Lobo, a scientific physician from Rio C de laneiro, visited this city andother P parts of the United States, and prin- i cipal points in the West Indies and 1 Mexico in the course of his studies and iuvestigations upon the cause V and nature of yellow Lever. c The doctor is one of those who be lieve in a germ cause for disease. lie thinks that diseases are iropagated by the introduction into the human body of living organisms which at tack those parts anld orgains that ° come within their reach and produce the disorders and distress which we i call disease. These germs or orga nisms are introduced into the body c through the lungs and stomach, and hence they are to be sought for with the aid of the microscope in the fluids c and excretions of the body and in the air and water which are taken into the system of the patient. Dr. Lobo is a microscopist, and learned in the science of those minute existences...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 July 1881

T F I . I' , zi ' . . TRI*WEEKLY.L' f ·+ . A. LeSUEUR, Publisheri Official JTourL1l of t1e City &nlC Parisl. • ' W..ee VL3. JASTRE.KI, Editor.R G LOA VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURDAY, JULY 7, 1881 . ..JETE 1IEI, Bdtr ATTORNEYS. C. BIRDS ATron.rt AT LAw. Will * attend promptly to all business intrusted him. Office on Convention street, between rd and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. W. POPE, ATTomNEY AT LAW and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention ,ven to the col. on of accounts, taking testimony under com isaion, and to all other matters requiring the ttention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish if West Baton Rouge. aprt4 v2n13 THOS. B. DUPREE ATrORNT Ssad Counselor at Law. Offce-No. 6, Pike's eow, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HE]týRON & BEALE, ATrOEUUm S sd COUNe5LORS AT LAW. Office -o North Boulevard street, near the pot office, I8ton Rouge, La. Will attend to all w basi oesa entrusted to them...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 July 1881

LEON JASTRESEII............ Editor W. A. LeSUEIU ............ Publisher BATON ROUGE JUY 9, BATON ROUGE JULY 9. 1881. UlPUBLISHED HISTORY. Material wealth, history has shown, s a luxury that the nations of the earth have enjoyed by turns, while others, through flood,pestilence or the ravages of war, at the same period, were plunged in abject poverty and misfortune. Has not the hand of time crushed the gorgeous palaces of ancient Rome and Venice, leveling too Thebes' one hundred gates and the suspended gardens of Babylon, enshrouding the memories of those splendors in robes stained with crimes the recital of which brings the blush of shame to the cheeck of virtuous humanity. While the reader passes swiftly with feelings of disgust over those records which speak of the tur pitudes of past generations, he pauses to admire the recital of deeds of he roism and self-sacrifice and the exhi bition of those virtueswhich lift man kind above the beast of prey. Thus it is that those nations are...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 July 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. The U1l7erinlty Commencement. On last Saturday, after the tinal ail jourinenit of tlhe Board of Snpervisors and in the proseljee of ia large 'toicourso of people, thei cadets, coumandedl by Lieut. Colonel Jianmr, wont through the eomtpalinly mlovemetllti an1 m1nuil of arnims, in i mntniLer whlich showed that they have modet in a fitw 1aonths, astr ishiug progress in rdlitary exercisem. Their hearing, that of' trained regulare, drew forth univers tal applanse and com meondltion. After this pracitic4l illustration of pro fl(iency, several valets delivered very credlitab1 iaddresse.s stil two of h1,I n engaged in it tlialogite in the l'rnc'h Iatn guage, which ethihbtio, showed that the hfMtii ol I'rof. Sewell had not eten in vain. It was maitd' cleatrly alpparrnt that the young g4,llh4le1nn of t.hn' ,orfF+ have aieqllired m iuch learning during hIe last tMesion unilr flithe teachintgs of lit'4 accomplished corpi ,,I' ''a" d'',,s , whl), in point of talent :intl e'lp'rie...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 July 1881

(' ontinued from first page.) t N C. lianmihard of Mirervaport for line.hlor of Art*. 1. W. P. W earce, of Baton Rouge. I. V. E. Ives. Vernon, Jackson Parish b :i. Wash Boyd, New Orleans, 4. Henry R(tdllih. New Orleans, b . ". F. It llytnel. U. 1'. (tereln. 1. Lnwry. If tlhe Board should determine to confer the Honorary )Degri'ees of, ,, D ).. I),., etc., it would be well to appoint a cemmtnitete for the deliber ate .consideratiot of names to be proposed. C A Board of survey ordered a part of the cabi inet tobe destroyed on account of itp nnwhole some condition. Part of the order was obeyed F on ac:count ofconsiderations of health, The rest Is left for the Inspection of the Boar"d. A Ill conclusion, I may again remind the Honore able Board that the chief function of a Univer sity is to teach. Its usefulness depends more on its faculty than on elegant appointments. k A great machine is nothing without motive power. A tuilversity has for motive power, mind. However complete otherwise...

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

} +¢ * T Sat~ . s k .ret wR TRI-WEERLI?. . W. A. LeSIEUR, Publisheral Journal o the it L..JAMTRHEMSKI, Editor. 18il o the City and aParisal.TnWog - VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 188L . ATTORNEYS. ' (C. HIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will '* attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Otlice on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. 4 W. POPE, ATToRNEY AT LAW and 1. Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testnimony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v'nl13 rpHOS. B. DUPREE, ATTORNEY Sand Connselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. H ERRON &1 BEALE, AT'ORoEus$ and CoUNELoRs ATLAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law basi ness entrusted to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 July 1881

tritlethly Lagpitalnat LEON JASTBEMSKI ...........Editor W. A. LeSUEUR ............Publibsher BATON ROE JUL 9, 181. BATON ROUGE* JULY 9. 1551. VNPUBLISHED I ITORY. Material wealth, history has shown, is a luxury that the nations of the earth have enjoyed by turns, while ethers, through flood,pestilence or the ravages of war, at the same period, 4 were plunged in abject poverty and 1 maisfortune. i Has not the hand of time crushed t the gorgeous palaces of ancient Rome I and Venice, leveling too Thebes' one l hundred gates and the suspended gardens of Babylon, enshrouding the t menmories of those splendors in robes 1 stained with crimes the recital of e which brings the blush of shame to t the cheeck of virtuous hIumanity? 3 While the reader lasses swiftly t wizi. feelings of disgust over a lore records which speak of the tar- u pitudes of past generations, lie pauses bj to admire the recital of deeds of he- t, reilm and self-sacrifice and the exhi- a bitiou of those virtues which li...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 July 1881

State Tax Sales -OF IMg*OVABLE PROPERTY. 7te 'tfate of Louisianta re. Delinquent TTa DetorsT 'riah of East Baton Rouge. BY VIRTIUE OF THE AUTHORITY vested in ince by the constitutionOR and laws of the State of Louisiana, I will sell, at the principal front door of r the Courthouse, in which the Civil Dis- ( trict Court of said parish is held, within I the legal hourts for judicial sales, begin- I fting at 11 o'clock A. 1., on o Saturday, the 16th day of July, A. D., 1881, andl continuing on Monday .Lnd each succeeding day until said sales t' wae completed, all immovablle property, r on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and parish of East Baton t Rouge, to enforce collectin,,, of all taxes asessed in the year 1$ eV. t-.etber with tr interest thereon from the Lnirty-tirst day n* of December, 18e0, at the rate of eight per cent per annum until paid, and all .4osts. The names of said delinquent 14 tax-payers, the amount of taxes due by 1i each on the assessment of said y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 July 1881

gap-- ---' ofia LEON JASTREM8KI ...* "*****Editor W. A. LcSUEUR ........Publishber BATON ROUGE JULY J. 18!l. THE PRESIDENT'S DEATH. T1 The public mind has quite settled Cosg 'No, upon the conclusion that GOn. Gar- it is field cannot live. With this conclh- your sion naturally comes the calculation cate of the effects of his death. Many and own serious difficulties have been suggest- orga ed, in connection with the adminie- T1 tration of national afflihirs, and grave ougl apprelhensions are felt by manuly, lest dadsl thte antagonisms existing between the that stalwart branch of the Republican any pa ty and Gen. Garfield's supposed war policy, would culminate in an opeln overthrow of conservative agents fric and methods and an inauguration of win atalwartismn in its most aggressive asst form. We do not participate in these met apprehensions. While there was par much reason to hope that Mr. Gar- agi: tichfs administrationi would have pet be n chlaractcrized by a broader pa- the triotis...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 July 1881

xxý ý' eý ý t apit 1 t z ished to LOCAL MATTERS. perespt war Dt Reedl's ilt Edge TI'onic cures Dumb once to I Age. ico. It V Ague. Strawberry short-cake at a church fea- order wi tival is charming stuff to eat. It is such just aift exciting fun to see who gets th striW- young at parish. berry.-iloston Post. parish.e t pe t During an altercation yesterday even- the coar iug, in front of Mrs. laum's store, on was aga North Street., one negro shot anotheer in where it the arm. Tho shootist was arrested. vice, ti lier name wan Eva, and when Charles ilI the Augustus called the other evening ad lit to re, asked her to be his darling witty, she My. Jar gent said: "Not this Eva. Sonme other Li'liten' Eva." (ood Eva. tia of t We acknowledge the ,pleasant cal! of sotn, in Messrs. Eugene Adler andlll Herman Mi- which Ih clhel, ol' (Clinton, who caluu' to attend tihe' llt it grand hop, at the I niversit}. We 1hom, tht I'ni they have hall a gay timel whlilea here. 11"o The intelligence of til' a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 July 1881

ADJOURNED MEETING it Ir -r;) TIP- I BOARD OF SUPERVISORS -4i0 TIHE- U L.eaiana State Unavermity and A. and M. College. a 1 FIRST lDAY" -SF>slON. .11l13 i t, 1i I. 'LTb( BIoard of Supervisors of the Louisiana State University tonl A. . S4. College, met pur snruit to adjournmtent at the University in PBat-' on :onae o Friday. July St, I1, at IJ o'clock and was calledl to orler by the Vice President, the following memlbers being present and en swEi+"ng to their names to-wit: Leon Jantremski ViceI Presideat, Wit. 'resstn t Johnstton, President o(t Facu'ty. H. H. Fay, i State superintenennt of Pnilic Education. 1i Messrs. rahain,. Thorpe. Edwards, Beauregard. Deolbonde and Pipes inewber-s of the Board. r The Vice President announced that a full s qUtia ni being present, the Board was ready for E the transaction of business. '1bhr minutes of April id were read and ap- t proved. The minutes of June lath were read. approv ed and the action had at said meeting ratified by the Board. The P...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 July 1881

drti(k.eleIt QSapitlian LOCAL MATTERS. The Universtty Commeacemenlt. On last Satourlay, after the tinal ad journment of the Boar(d of Supervisors and in the presence of a large concourse of people, the cadets, conmanded by Lietut. Colonel Jamar, went through the company nmovements aud manual of arms, in a panner which showed that they have inmde in a few months, aston ishing progress in military exercises. Their leacring, that of trained regulars, drew forth universal applause andl cont mendtltioi. After this practical illustratioi of pr(l ficiency, several cadets delivered very creditable addresses and two of their engaged in ii dialogue in the French lan guage, which exhibition showed that the lessons of Prof. Sewell had rot bteci in vain. It was tatade clearly apparent that the young gen tletien of the cor aN have acquired mehc learning during the last sessioin iintlar tihe teachings oft the a,&c:tomplishetl corps of Pr dcusors, who, in point of talent and exa'erie'rj; will c...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 July 1881

THE DISCOVEarY OF A GeN.* cobl New OileanA 'Iimes. Last winter Dr. Manoel Dai Gama moi Lobo, a scientific physician from Rio cott de Janlciro, visited this city and other pen hav parts of the United States, and prin cipal points in the West Indies and in Mexico in the course of his studies Du' wat and investigations upon the cause wa and nature of yellow tever. for The doctor is one of those who be lieve in a germ cemse for disease. He y thinks that diseases are propagated blo it i by the introduction into the human body of living organisms which at- mo tack those parts and organs that hem come within their reach and produce h the disorders and distress which we ha call disease. These germs or orga nisms are introduced into the body oni through the lungs and stomach, and bl hence they are to be sought for with by the aid of the microscope in the fluids el ol and excretions of the body and in the ot air and water which are taken into ea rex the system of the patient. Dr. Lobo is a mi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 July 1881

. . .. . .  ; :- . .. ? : :. iana W. A. LeSUEU- Publisher Omicial Journl of the City &nd. Parish. .rs L. JA8TREMMKI, Editor. VOL.3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1881. •i- .! t,,:: :.j,...: .. . ., , ,, _ _ . ' ''. .. . . . ..... . . " - -.  - -. -...: , O 4 cF / . IS A THOROUGH REMEDY Ii vr , w f Malarial F r, and FWver and Agn.' hiln tfr lisorgani, /ation of th, stomnach, Lorpidity of th. liver, Indligstinn and disturb aices of the animal thrers, which dleilitate, it hlaa no eqlulvaleiit, anti can have no abhatitute. It ahonld int et contiiihnde with tritsrattd .compounds of iheap uplvhfs aml assential oils, often sold nnd,,r thn name of Hitters. TOR AGlE RI I)rn vqits. (Irocerea Wine Merchuans Everywhere. HENRY IILYSCH, Agt, Will anpply t the tend at. Mannfacturera's prices aºesO h nia ons hchdbltti Im o glvlut mlrn oe oHurtiue Itsoldntb cninedwt riuae copudso 'u'peln su eania is ADJOURNED MEETING BOARD OF SUPERVISORS -111 fill: Lnnouiana NItate Universilty...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 July 1881

IhEON JANTREMrI ............ Editor W. A. LIZUEURt ........ PublltlA~r 1 lA' r 1, I J i' LY !J"1 1,O1 w 'ritle u1 tll-I deaithir itw Inwll u' rerM ilaid ii'1d RCo 'enl hIi ged first. Eighty-three burial permnits wero issued( in Chicago Saturday, the larg est number in the history of the city for one day. It is unillerstood that the iihali lants of Ilibrian aire indignant at tho Idea Iof tie I nittd States sendinig a Ieglo .,rt.e its l illi 0l'. .. .. . . -- ,,- - A chli'ich floating dIown i river was sle'll ii tile. c'OUlie' of the 1r ic il.t Ilood8 in D)akota. Th', bell in thil stelehle 'could III, hi:ard aovre thlle roatl of the watert. I)o you know why a1ll old i oe 4 null ai. stingi man are hlike.' Well. we will tell .,ol1. 'I'll,' (,hI ,sloce is half ole(d, iirll the stin gy Iman, is half uttld a lso. -- teubn vilhle leruld. Th, lailbornl' iuardialu thinks if' lt' I'r:eident, should recover fronm iI4 :t'riuil. s ij11i4Ill s, hei will become all tih nir, pol4ulal, and his cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 July 1881

1* Riteh i t;i to1ianil.. n1 S- the LOCAL MATTERS. ' ew Ret1ed's Gilt Edg' 'Toinit' cnres Fever In and Agile. - o 1'he .oitet s ' Ksr gri tllY .rl-wt.ig ie..a t l ,, tifully les,'s. Itl Our dievil r'eport' chi',ki,'i thieve, l)ll eeen the railipage, t.d1 advi4'-: him "'frie.n.d ialt null th1i pblic gtenerally to get their mon gun-t reay, cool A bridge, ulshit two tiley fromii towl, crs sits oni the Cntmitte road, il ratly ill te#-d of free) repaitr. It is rIeally rinky to crop it, antid 1I, we trust, t-1alt the proper partie' will ~e'1m to thi iatttAr. lolt WI hitd uponl oCtir table to-art'y, ' ie othl Lat e i h('a'ves Corlnmercial, it il )i palper 1.101 puhlisheld at. Lake (harlis hr Jobt IJll Mc('or"nite'k. 'This new I allithiLt Il' I iit p!lhhcfatvor is verb' neat in typograpillh pu: piil ;ea 'pe raii ce'', sIit it, el'. lltorillll two eviliul intelligeince sil aliililI. It It' tihl 'ilr' hiett wilshu' or lillv't ',S. ita 'T'hr. (e .,%'1s )1m,s.1A relun lu ltha il lir lt ot t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 July 1881

Esposito--The Bold Brigandp o A ilimnpe at His Early History-His Co a Hand in New Orleans-Al most a Homieide. per, ata N IJ. ýýºyn . and 'erhapils Ito event tflat liw tralts- ent piied for yearsi aflte(ted the ,"ountry- ad mon of G(iu.seppe Esposito, the ban- la (lit chieftain, more than did his sud- It 1 rlen disappearanic' f'rom amongst them its on Tiu(sday night. Numerous were talk his friends, and it now appears; that li, the merest imaginable echat i was it that the Aids liennesseys and their too colleagues, the two Deputy United vCI States Marshals, effected his capture apP without bloodshed, for willing hands Gat could have been found in abundance that would have been raised in hiis $ d(efense; and the detectives, had they site been victorious in tile event of a tight, res4 would only have taken his dead body, aill for it had long since been received rail that Esposito should not be taken rob gat alive. This renowned cutthroat is a native thr of Palermo, Italy, and early in ...

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