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

". A. LeSUEUR, Publisher I Ofcial Journal of the City' and Parish. ý .weeBr .. JASTREMSKI, Editor. , BATON ROUGE LOUISIA THURSDAY, JULY 14 1881 VO 3. BAO , RUG"b LUIN VOL.3. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i BAO OGLUIINTUSAY UY1,81 ATTORNEYS. - C. BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will J* attend promptly to all business intrusted! o him. Office on Convention street, between Third end Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. SW. P1OPE, ATTrrONREY AT LAW and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of accounts, taking testimony under conm Iission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 rh-13 rlHIO8. B. DUPREE, ATTORNEY I and Counselor at Law. (ffee-No. 6i, Pike's Row Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Conurts. HERRON & IIEALE, rATTORaYTS and (I COUN oLOR AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bus...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 July 1881

LEON JASTREMBKI ............Edltor W. A. LeMUEUR ............ Publsher BATON ROUGE JULY 14, 1881. Two other cases of yellow fever are reported at Pensacola. I [e that has no inclination to learn more, will be very apt to think lie knows enough. Beots of two to one are now offored that the world won't come to an end within the next year. The second session of the Rabbini cal Library Association commenced in Chicago on the I lth inst., with an increased attendance. United States Coninlissioner Baum has made preparations for examining -into the condition of banks, not na tional, that have been evading the payment of taxes. Thi: statement thatt lion. Emory Specr, of Georgia, had alligned him self with the Republicans as a Ma heonito is false. Mr. Speer denies that there was any foundation for such ia relepot t. TIhe setnatorial conltest is New York ft ill goes bravely on, with Coutk liig's clhaices apparently weitkening. "-lConklinig had as well hitch upl) his stalwart teanl and drive o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 July 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reedl'4 (ilt IEdge Tonin rare" Fever and Agite. A large lot of tlone for the State lounIse is at the landing. More will ar rive shortly. "A corner on halm"nr," il what JoIhIIIlI Hleal reems to Ie trying to make. Sep hir advertisement, An Irishman drinks whisky ; a French man, wine; an I;nglishmban, ale; a D utchman, beer, and -'- Americanu auy thing l el ran get. Harry Parker, who was cult relt shot by .Joe Hamnpton, in the dinflie,ut.y be twe'c'n thle darkins last H nday, iL1.',r the Maronic Lodge. har Rini'c' iiel ,it' his woIu lllIl. A Lin. 'Y T'AII.li.--A jomi'titeryl n11 tailor in Vickhullrg. it r'elln. wonl Ii'l, one-half of Iho :11h,0hI prizm in ihe late drawing ofthe lnifi'llj m hSta Lotejlly. 11i will donlfhtl.in , buy ont lhis hos e r' i et up ii iuaek e14tlishmenilt of his MV1l. Anotlher soul mtall, happy. NMitlie l r l t s1s41 . copiul rains hlla vi falllen, hayingl u' i illf I11 w l ref'f.rlhing beeln reiuhi. ll l tl iinparIliivelyli (,oi4l iiii plfii...

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

TULEOtAPFrlo WUws. CIIATTANOOOA TENN., July 11.-A well known physician of this city, Dr. Jas. E. Baily, shot and probably mor tally woiunded Charles Marsh, a carpenter. They are neighbors and their wives quarreled about some trivial matter. This the husbands took up, which resulted in their mor tal combat to-day. A negro nalme Hugh Lawson, who ra ped a young lady last week and mutilatedl her body in La most fiendish muanner, has been arrested and lodged in jail. 't'here is great danger of his being lynched. A mob of men con gregiated in front of the jail last night with that lpurpose in view, but were deterred by a strong sheriff's guard. Excitement is still high, however. LITTI, ROCK, AaK.,July 11.---Sunt i day morning Frank Conway, lessee of the Johnson plantation, twelve miles from this place, was shot and danger fously wounded by one of his work men, named Walters, with whom' he l iquarrelling. Conway is widely known, being a nephew of ex Gov. Con way; of this city. CINCINNATI, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 July 1881

TRI-EWEK-LY. : ; 4 W. A. LeSUEUR, Publisher j 0001al Journal of the City and Paris . L. JASTREMSKI, Editor. , .-:'-a.'-t-y"a VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 18$. ji; ;r; 0 SEED H w LTEDGE\ TONIC 18 A THOROUCH REMEDY 'In cvryi c:ase ot'Malarial Fever, and Fever and Ag;e, while for disorganization of the stomach, torpidity of the liver, indigestion and disturb ances of the animal forces, which debilitate, it has no equivalent, and can have no substitute. It should not be confounded with tritnrated compounds of cheap spirits and essential oils, often sold nnder the name of Bitters. FOR SATE IBY Drvgirts. (iGocers d Wine Merchantl Everywhere. HENRY BUSCH, Agt, Wi.l snpply the trade at Manufacturer's prices ADJOUR1ED MEETING BODRD OF SUPERVISORS -OF" Tll' .oioislana State University and A. .and M. College. :Etc :N) D.\Y' SE:SSION. 'I'Th, I;oard of Supervisorls if' the Louistiant: t an • lII r it ( and A. anld M. C(oll'g' mtit pur' tulant to adjournment at the Univers...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 July 1881

LEON JASTBREM KI............ Editor W. A. LeSUEUB ...........Publisher BATON ROUGE JULY 16, 1881. Two other cases of yellow fever are reported at Pensacola. He that has no inclination to learn more, will be very apt to think he knows enough. Bets of two to one are now offered that the world won't come to an end withinhe next year. The second session of the Rabbini cal Library Association commenced in Chicago on the 11th inst., with an -increasedattendance. United States Commissioner Baum has made preparations for exainining into the condition of banks, not na -tional, that have been evading the payment of taxes. The statement that Hon. Emory Speer, of Georgia, had alligned him self with the Republicans as a Ma honite is false. Mr. Speer denies that there was any foundation for such a report. The senatorial contest in New York still goes bravely on, with Conk ling's chances apparently weakening. Conkling had as well hitch up his stalwart team and drive off into a -D(w party. The John...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 July 1881

tate Tax Sales --OF IMIMOVABLE PROPERTY. '?tate of Lodisiana vs. Delinvurent Tax Debtors 'arish of Eart Baton Rouge. Y VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY vested in mec by the constitution -ndlaws of the State of Louisiana, I i1 sell, at the orin.cipal front door of he Courthouse, in Vhich the Civil Dis t Court of said parishl is held, within he legal hours for judicial sales, begin ing at 11 o'clock A. Mi., on Saturday, the 16th day of July, SD., 1D1, and continuing on Monday nd each succeeding day until said sales comp leted, all immovable property, a which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and parish of East Baton ouge, to entirce collection of all taxes ssed in the year 18(0, together with *nterest thereon from the thirty-first day of December, 1880, at the rate of eight per cent per annum until paid, and all osts. The names of said delinquent tax-payers, the amount of taxes ldue by each on the assessment of said year, and the immovable property assessed to each, to be offered for...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 July 1881

. LEaN JA"MSTEMESI...****** Editor W. A. LeStEUR *...........PubUlsher BATON ROUGE JULY 1º, 1$81. The reporter who was requested to write up the death of two murderers said,lie'd see 'em hanged first. Eighty-three burial permits were issued in Chicago Saturday, the larg est number in the history of the city 'or one day. It is understood that the inhabi tants of Liberia are indignant at the idea of the United States sending a negro there as minister. '--  ..... A church floating down a river was seen in the course of the recent floods in Dakota. The bell in the steeple could be heard above the roar of the water-. Do you know why an old shoe and a stingy man are alike . Well, we will tell you. The old shoe is half soled, and the stingy man is half "(ouled also.-Steubenville Herald. The Claiborne Guardian tiiniks if the President should recover from his selious injuries, he will become all the more popular, and his chances forl a second term will be greatly en htino.d. It is the opin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 July 1881

ikrbij O ,pitolia: LOCAL MATTERS. 'V Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Fever and Ague. a The comet is gradually growing bean ,tifully less. Our devil reports chicken thieves on r the rampage, and advises his "friends r and the public generally tol get their r guns ready." . c A bridge, about two miles from town, C on the Comite road, is sadly in need of a repairs. It is really risky to cross it, and we trust that the proper parties will see to the matter. We find upon our table to-day, the c Lake Charles Commercial, a new paper c published at Lake Charles by John 1 McCormick. This new candidate for public favor is very neat in typographi- p cal appearance, and its editorials t evince intelligence and ability.. It has t our best wishes for success. 11 The CAPJTOLIAN I eturns thank, for 0 an invitation to attend the commence ment exercises of that popular institu- a tion of learning. Jetferson College, in St. James parish. Under the direction of the Marist Fathers this college is get tin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 July 1881

AFABILY PET gay Frandesco Post. The ~ o~ber morning while Mr. Cole, the proprietor of the approaching circus and meinlagere of that name, was pick ing his tieeth on the steps of that excel lent hotel, the Buiss House, a tall, ,nu hllrn'led, hall-headed manl, with pine IMrs in his clothes and a stick of sassa flra in his month, approached and said : "Ie your the wild animal man, mis ter ?" 'l'he proprietor of the "Double Maram hinoth Milt todml Aggregation" admlitted that such was the fact. "Then," proet'dedi the party from the lo,uietains, "I think I'll get you to make ine an offer tr a large-,ized healthy Cal iforny lion Ive got." ("Good slereiiuen, eh !" asked the cit C114 Inian. '(;ood ' Well, should say so. Meas ures eleven feet from the tip of his nose to tip ot his talil. Caught him myself when a cub. Just four years old to-mo row." "H umt-good a1ppetite ?" "Appetite !-Great Scott-appetite ! Well, I should smile-that's just the point-that's just why I'm parting with Jay-I call...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 July 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Fever and Ague. A large lot of stone for the State House is at the landing. More will ar rive shortly. "A corner on hams," is what Joshua Beal seeims to be trying to make. See his advertisement. An Irishman drinks whisky ; a French man, wine; an Englishman, ale; a Dutchman, beer, and an American any thing he can get. Harry Parker, who was cut and shot by Joe Hampton, in the difficulty be tween the darkles last Sunday, near the Masonio Lodge, has since died of his wounds. A Li('KY TAILOrt.--A journeyman tailor in Vicksburg, it seems, won the one-half of the :lO,000 prize in the late drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery. Hie will doubtless buy o(t his boss or set up a crack establishmlIent of his own. Another soul rmatde happy. Sinre' our last issmu copious rains have fallen, laying the dust and refreshing ve'getation. The atmuosphere has also been rendered comparatively cool and pleasani, the heat having somewhat suesided, soothing th su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 July 1881

Eswllto-The Bold Brianld A 6lampse at His Early History-His Band in New Orleans-Al. most a Homlcfde. .\. (4, i"ic nl e. P'erhiaps n1O event that Ia, trans-; lired for years affected the country m*n of Giusseppe Esposito, the ban dit cllieftain, more than did his sud den disappearance from amongst them on 'Tuesday night. umerouis were his friends. and it now appealrs that by the merest imaginabhle chance was it that the Aids Hennesseys and their col)cagues, the two Deputy United States Marshals, effected his capture without bloodshed, for willing hands could have bl;en found in abundance that would have been raised in his t defense; and the detectives, had they been victorious in the event ofa fight, would only have taken his dead body, a for it had long since been received r that Esposito should not be taken r alive. f This renowned cutthroat is a native t of Palermo, Italy, and early in life 0 exhibited an unruly and wild dispo- h sition. At the age of twelve years he had become t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 July 1881

TI IWIEEKLY'. W. A. LeSTJEUR, PubliuheI Oýcia1 Journral of the City '&nd Parch1. * vtwr L. JASTREMSKI, Editor. VOL. 3 BATONI ROUGE, LOUISIANA TUUESDAY, JULY X1, 8. ATTORNEYS. C. BIRD, ATTORdNEY AT LAW. Will Sattend promptly to all business introsted to him. Otlice on Convention street, between Third and Church strnets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ArroustY AT LAW and SNotary Public, Port Allen, West Baton 1 onge, La. Special attention given to the coli lection of accounts, taking testimony under cota mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the pariah of Wesont Baton Rouge. _aprM v2n13 rTHOM. B. DUPRIEE, ATTORNEY I Sand Counselor at Law. Otlice-No. 6, Plkes Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. H)ERRON & BEALE, ATrOIOns and COUNStELoas AT LAW. Otlice on North Bouliovard street, near the post oflico, Baton I:ouge, La. Will attend to all law busi. ness entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes.sL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 July 1881

LEON JASTRE NSKII."*****."Editor W. A. LeIEUR ...........Publisher BATON ROUGE JULY 19, 1881. "OUR POLICE JURY. Bato great A perusal of the account of the pro- cents ceedings of the Police Jury of this from ing parish, published on last Saturday, our will doubtless give great satisfaction these to the people. the I It will be seen in President Jack- alim son's report that all but $24.25 of the' ar liabilities incurred by the parish in Sout 1881 have been paid in full, while a strat large amount of taxes for that year burl are still uncollected. A number of nOll temi substantial bridges have been erect life, ed; the jail has been thoroughly over- tend hauled and repairs made to the court half houseo; all of which improvements are have been promptly paid for. ous The parish can now be said to be actil out of its financial troubles, and the prie prospectis that under such manage- b ment as the I)present, while improve- lati1 mnents will be steadily going on, the civi Police Jury will b...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 July 1881

ntLOCAL MATTERS. LOCAL MATTERS. eeld's Gilt Edge Tonto cnurets Dyspncepnia 1sit MMessri 0. Arlbour &. ro., onI cte4!V rail cc day, denverte4 the lumber nswedl by (151 them for erecting ai turintable lon the ,, ! terminus grounds acrosn the river, of tiheI try: 1 Baton Rounge Branch of the Texais 'a ee- b cUifc. ........- in o 'I'he )onaldonvllVie Chief says : ''An 1 excnursion to Baton Rougt and a picie' and hop in that charming city are talked wit 4 of by the Torpsieboreal social ClubI. It' pIani it is cdecided to give the kick-up. n ys with early Ilat will be fixed for it." shootl WVith the conmpliunlentsof iMr. ut Mrs:. 'lThe I 11. V. Babin, came on lust l"rilday, a ,, basket ftlleot with lncseiois grapes tl ,mbrdir applelos oflarge size and tine Ilave'. which li in Were rainedt onl their pInesc'. oil the' out skirts of this city. 'rThy ::ill prse n Jac cept1o)r frate'rnnl thianks lr their kindl J'Itti renee leruiit ee -. cliii \VeI are' iliter Iltn41y hclilgollt let h.11or o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 July 1881

A MTRIKIWG4qPA3LELs T TB: cival,I * fee URECW'ý' IRAGEDY. a COol amn should no ºn 11th May, 1811, the Rt. Dion. momient in SIpencer Percival, Chancellor of the Wehavt ExliceugU, was entering the lobbyl of entire spe 'thn 'House eof Commype, in company it was just with Lord PF, Osborne, when he was stacle to Ahot with a pistol, at expired, Ut- The dread terin only the wo ds, "oh! I'm hilism. I murdered!" A person was standing the prison +between the assassin and the deceas- fortunate ed at the time the pistol was fired, son Gowe and the assassin was obliged to raise able and his hand over the shoulder of the in- Mr. Perci' tervening individual, and the ball have rece consMPWuenitly took a slanting direc- When tion. Lord Ma The murderer threw down the pis- dunce, pi tol, but on his person was found an- insanity other with a steel barrel seven inches -but a p in length, and a bundle of papers. ing right He made no effort to escape. Hor- excused. ror and dismay at first prevented any Be...

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

£on ana J= r Z~i. TI1hwElilELYt{ w. A. Le$UEUR, Publisher cc official To-u.rnal of the City and. Parisla. L. JASTfEM1KI, Editor. vOL.3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 2 ATTORNEYS. (I C. BIRD, ATTOKNEY AT LAw. Will L. attend promptly to all business intrrnsted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. S 'W. POP i,' Arroiey AT LAW and C. Notary Public, Port Alle., West Baton IRutge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of accorutts, taking testimony under corn. nmission, and to all other matlters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parisah of West Baton Rriunge, a 4l v2n:l rpHO$. B. DUPREE, ArroRutr Sand Counselor at Law. 011ice-NO . i, Pike's Row, Baton IRoueg, La Will practice in the State arid FederalI Courts. E R RO N & HBE AL E, LA'rroa5EY and COUNNELORS AT LAW. Oftlce on North Boulevard street, near the poet oflice, Baton Rouee, La. Will attend to all law busi. neos entrulýt'l to tohem in th...

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

ýx~~ajeok! tagitnlian LEON JLsTRErSHI............Editor W. A. LeSUEC(r ............Pablisher BATON ROUGE JULY 21. 1881. COSGROVE DEMOCRACY. d4 Snil Our friend, Cosgrove, of the Natch- ax itoches Vindicator has "liberalized" so much, that in our opinion, he has ed fallen in the nine hole. di We'll reconnoitre the positions he uI has occupied and leave it to our read- hl ers to decide for themselves. or In his Vindicator of the 16th he bE says: Our esteemed friend Jastremski, of the Baton Rouge CAI'ITOLrAN, seem- to ingly so anxious to convict those Dent ocrates of Louisiana who advocatelib- 1O feral ideas, liberal tenets and liberal (I conduct in the party, ofa bearing to- fo wards and a coalition with Republi canism, has jumped to a conclusion, at in the matter of the Louisianian's (Rep.) invitation to us to enter the ca Republican ranks which our answer at to that expression of hospitable wel- ci e does not warrant. We only ask el friend to simply give the public answer. We have ne...

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

zý tchui V.Ua~a.pitolan LOCAL MATTERS. Reeo's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Dyspepaia Every person who does a simple deed to make his own town more beautiful, more healthful or more attractive is a publio benefactor. No thought in purely original; all our tdedtctiols are but continuations of the avenues ot' speculation opened up for us by those who have gone before. The body of the unfortunate young 'rnan, Leon Peters, who was drownedl o0 last Sunday evening, was recovered, we learn, on yoeterday, near Pwlaluemnine. The Mayor has conunissioniMi nu offi cer and na employe on the ferryboat Irene, as special oflicers of the city, to preserve order aboard, an Il, if 14eed be, arrest offendersn Alvan E. 1ead, Esq., hias returned from a recent tour in Teninessee, looking as handsome as vevi'. ready to atttteld to the extensive law 1business of his tinii, that of Routdet & (odailte. Mbcu who make their Insiness success a benefit to a town anI people, by doing good with their money and infl nen...

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

siRI. GARFIELD. A Womau who Loves Her Hlnsband and Her Home. Unjitelu's dasta'rdly and neatrly fa tal attack upon Mr. (;Jarfield has servcd afI only' to briigrthe President uearer thain ever to the hearts of the people, but to show ih strong relief the beautiful ehuraecter of hlis nolble wife. There perhaps has never heen a IcI)re hIplpl1y 5 unliol than that of Iluertia iRuildollph and Ja.mes Abrtum ;auileld. The one has proved to 1b much hearer the complement of the other than usually occurs in this life. Mrs. (Garfild 1is not what would he (t'lletd a prettry wonlll, llbut she is tall. flne looking, has a kind, good tace, und the gentleunt manners. She ha.s a slgitt, but well-knit form, small features, with a notnewhat prominent forehendtl, and hair originally black, now sonmewhat tinged with gray. A pair' of black eyes 1(1and a mon(th about which there plays a sweetly bewitch ing smile, arc the most attractive foa tures of a thoroughly attractive face. She is a quick observer, an ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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