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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 December 1881

__________---'=~ mui LOCAL MATTERS. are - r - twt ýn$ýdai's $dittir. noll -- a-- ape Litty has received his; Christmau rig Candies. Give him a call. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic ares C and Fever. - Philip lI. Meatz, Esq., pt Mo City, the well and favorably known ;a Baton Rougean is spending % few da in our city. Rev. C. G. Andrews, ~resident' Centenary College, deliver an i eating lecture at the Methoist Ch lf 1 on last Friday night. Mr. J. Kornmeyer, would tespectfully inform the public that he b~s employed a first-class cabinet-maker, and is ready rece at all times to make new and repair old ant furniture in the very best style. ti. bon TIiEVES ABOUT.--On last Friday oi' night, the residence of Mr. C. K. David P wam entered by burglars, and silverware to the amount of $150 carried away on the same night. Mr. .acob Baum was got also robbed of some valuables. he We were pained to hear of the death ery of the beloved wife of our old and es-i teemed friend, Wm. G. Waller, Esq. ket The good...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 December 1881

TE IEIIA CALAIIiTY. A OelAPRlI ASCOUT OP TEN l $ OBRATRiT (CATATAIOPMII OPr walls IIN m lOr " SM TIMnr . ' and the over 00e Peple s I-aew m tr ve supt Boon boasted to Deth am Many Mere iasag. the Cable 8pele to the New York Heaild. VIUnMA, December 9.--Yeterday was heel a fete day in Vienna, in celebratlon of of ti the feast of the Immaculate Coneoption, lari but it ended with a publio calamity un- tory paralled in the history of Vienna. A few Itti minutes before 7 o'clock, and be(ore the was commencement of the second perform. site saoe in Vienna of Orenbaah's latest and work, "Lea Contes d'Holfman," the Ring ed i Theatre, formerly known as the Opera thra Comique, on the Sobotten Ring, the seeo- T and fiaest theatre in the city, opened in had 1873, was discovered to be in flames. met The fire quickly spread, and in ten ain. utesall the city for miles around the and theatre was steeped i1a luaid glow, the lifts reflection of the burning pile, tree MANAGER JANN3R'A APPIAL. opel A fe...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 December 1881

*?.___i Xt i ap tolian LOCAL MATT RS. Iwhsdord ' 3dlt n. St. Lity ban received bhis l i 4odlme. Givo him a eallo T .ieed'e Ullit dge Tonlo o tee ciille 'snl dg Fever, . _ 1Mr. J. Knrnaeyer, would tpeetfuly a 'librm the publio tbha he b emiployad , , lat-enolae cabinet-maker, di t ready Mr Ma il tlmelto mike new sa repair old ii raltorere lI thoe very bet sly t, To ?l Oair'Nas-I'b-To en rtainment MI t the0 onvent of Bt. Joneph was not s (I ImpIly atlalded lot night it ahonid AhI have been, It Ie hoped hI, the goen Jto ultetrhl bt the Ifrends of the orphebrs N. will make ap for it by eamitb to-night, . 1 whoa soti ttIsative prugrAeime In to I te eltented. Of, be off new all ye childlrln, t We mlcst st thee reem nrgllht. N Ondle here, Ide, int toe whisfper: rn II  ChrtatnlsM oe. toIesl1, itr And Kri4 Kringle down lthelut AjnMee Onmet with presentls, sn hr; (l; If yen eeth him ye1 rean keep him. (Jo An MIes CAri.b M ellt lb year I Teln (Crrrot. -The proreeas ings of the 1 (Ieneras Aee...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 December 1881

'FOURTH DAY. THE SENATE. Twenty-seven Senators and A quo rum present. Leave of absence for five daysywar granted to Senator Steele. OUSUE OL REoRESENTATIVES. Seventy-three members present. Mr. Garret, of Ouachita, was an nounced and sworn in as a member of the House. * Mr. Billiu wanted a eommitte of file to visit and inspect the Hospital. Adopted, and Billiu. Archer, Jack sea, of Natchitoches, Millatidon. and ft. Clawr were appointed. Mr. Aitken then offered the, follow ing resolution : Rplved by the House of Reprw'en tatveii of the:0eneral Assembly of Lou i*iqna, That as a standing committee, on the State debt. The said cor) mitte shall have power to send for persons and papers, and to administer oaths, examine witnesses and have at all times full access to the books of the State AuXditor and Treasurer. It shall be the duty of said committee to .make an examnination of the validity and character of the State bonded and floating debt, and to report to the House from time to time, t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 December 1881

:, • . .. . . . , ---... w.,  .' O o . i&1  of . L. JASTEMi,, "ditow. 'ý ,, 8 , .. VOL. 81, BATON ROtrT r. i rkd ATTORNEY8.i I to t im B. - , c  , - Attoraey and Counsellor a Law, No. 4 Oamp te, New Orleans, La; C O. BIRD ATTomr Ar LAw. Will Sattend promptly to all busineses intruted to him. 0O e on, onvention street, between Third at Church stroets. Baton Rouge, La. C V. POPE, Aromsta xr LAW and C Notary Public, Port A Un, West Baton RopeJ, La. Special attention vWen to the col lecfon 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. aprdl4 vln13 rVHOt. B . DUPRE~, ArrOufUT . and Counselor at Law. Office -No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will ptiactice in the State and l leral Courts. HEIRRON & JBEALE, A1roDr.Ys and CousYstoiu s r LAw. 0flice on North Bonlovntwes'eet, near thepost office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend tl all law bunsi n- 'les entrusted to t th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 December 1881

&SNO JASTM3N K............l.eor W. A. LeSIM~ r ...*. **PublHhser BATON ROUGE, DECEMBER 20, 1881. SOUK eDOINGS IN WEST FLeI. ANA. Through an editorial in the Felici ana Sentinel, the startling informa tion reaches us that some of the West Feliciana people have gotten it into their heads to prevent wealthy mer chants from purchasing lands and in "testing their means in planting on an extensive scale; for the alleged season that such men having ready means at their command will attract t their places the pick among the laborers of their parish. This deplorable idea has led some parties to inaugurate a reign of ter ror, the effect of which will be to cause moneyed men to invest their surplus capital in localities offering better guarantees for the protection of life anui property. The Sentinel tells us that a few nights ago, a lot of lumber for build ing purposes was deliberately burn ed on a place owned by Mr. Freyhau, a public spirited meichant of St. Francisville, who had inten...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 December 1881

LOCAL MAT TERS. Suesdq's O tdin. or, ----_--- - c- _ _ Cot Litty has received hii Christmas i Candles. Give him a call. ti Reed's (ilt Edge Tonih cures Chills w and Fever. me( Mr. J. Kornmeyer, woul, respectfully inform the public that he as employed U a first-class cabinet-maker, and is reaidy at all timesto make new a td repair old A furniture in the very best 4tyle. tj. anul "tit Let the poor sufferers from female complaints take courage anrid rejoice that n a painless remedy has been found. We toe refer to Lydia E. Pinkhahr's V getable the Compound. It is preparepared at ::1 Wes- bt tern Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Sed to Mrs. the Pinkham for pamphlets. aid KRIs KIRiN(JIIANA.--'I' l adies in l I charge of the Kriti Kri gle Cantata, wa which takes place at P'ikfs Hall, next her Friday night, have madie zrrrangemonits the whereby the ferry boat will convey visi- bas tors both ways, during the night to ac- dos comniodate the large numjber of visitors oti who will doubtless conme front over...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 December 1881

JAY GOW N WPO W *. Cor. Philadelphia Time . "When the financial crash comes lots of fellows will be smashpd. Jay Gould will worm out, though." The gentleman who said this was Uncle Rufus ~latch, and he addressed a throng of brokers from the deck of a big steamship on which he was about to sail for Europe. Almost at that moment Jay Gould himself came through the companion i~ay, nodded pleasantly to Uncle Rufus and his friends and hurried down thegang plank to his cab. His presence had the effect on those scoffing brokers that a taskmaster exerts over slaves. It wasa greatness passing mediocrity; it was the winner of the big game reb cogaizing the chaps that couldn't play very Well; it was the utility people making room tor the star. In this little incident is furnished an illustration of how Jay Gould dominates Wall street. The Stock Board, individually represented, take off their hats to him and tremblingly defy him when they band together. The movements of the Treasury De partment ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 December 1881

.O. 3. BATON ROUGL LQ *m , ýýT1.M b S ý ' ` ý  1 ý. F ý ® ý f'i'r n 4 · ýý o ýý _ ý s'` t b ý ) 6 ý r k a~~Rrrl ATTORINTS. ýt . BW..BVR USS, Attorney 4 1so all bhuaines ei8trtted to him. H ' 'ý a OounselO" at Lýºw, Nu.t ukmp aIIW New Orleans, ;L. C Q. BIRD ATto AT LrAW* . site pomp toa baines in tolma, e on onv reet r et, between Third nad Churcbh treets, Raton Ron s, La. C W. POPE A AT L and . Nota Publi, Port .len, West aton o La. pe c tlm ve to the col leom of aecon, taking nny der com mission,m andto allother t ore requiring the attention of an Attorney or in the parish or west $aton Rouge. ap, Ven TrHOS. B. DUP EE, ATTrroIr I and Counselor at Law. ffilce-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Ronge. La. ill practice in the State and Fedelral Courte. HECRON & I ALE, ATTOsoRnl sad Cous. AT LAw. OO e on North Boulevard street, ear the poet office, Etson Rouge, La. Will at end to all law bust. nees entrusted to them ir tbis and adjoining parishes. A. S. Herron..... .. .....L. D. Beale. F A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 December 1881

BA1QI Qu GE DI NEMiU 1$S1 4luaudfatber Wtl gt ,te Ifk d 01 ,, f y, t Pike's Hall, D.:o f ti An exclange states that a clerk in - Qtvrditae t offieeat :Wa;bl gton r inýlari by an aidentat aharge ir his duty.. t Whatever you have to do, do it ~ wlt1 your might. Many a lawyer made his fortune by simply work- I n gith a will.. t Bethlebham's Gate, Pike's Hall, De le Shepards Watch their Flock, at 4 PP's Hall,December 23d. Men who never have had any ad btagem sometimes make it pp by I ing advantage of everybody they have dealings with. it is said that the course of a can lion ball may be turned with a shin gle. ,'That likewise has an effect up ea the bawl of early childhood. ling ott, oh. Bell's in Glee, at Pike's Hall, Dec. 23d. The Shepherds left their Flocks, at Pike's Hall, Dec. 3kl. The Bossier Banner says: Any .ieson wanting a good homein Bos siler piarish, is referred to the adver tisement of Mr. John J. Swindle. Farmers in Henry county, Ill., in -the "corn belt," instead of havi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 December 1881

V LOCAL MATTERS. Suesdsng's Odttio,. Litty has reeelved bls. Christmas Candies. Give him a call. eed's Gilt Edge Tonic oures Chills add Porer. "Ring the Bells," at Pike's Hall, December 23d. "He is Coming" to Pike's Hall. De oember 23d. * We are indebted to Mr. MeGuinness fer a dil of late Irish papers, containing mush Interesting nmatter relating. to the existing troubles in the Emerald Isle. Is b+ so Kris Kriogle is not Santa Cla.s, at Plke's Hall, December 23d. Send your Present, at Pike's Hall, December 23d. Mr. J. Kornmeyur, would respectfully inform the public that he has employed a first-class cbinet-maker, and is ready at all timesto make new ind repair old furnitnre in the very best ptyle. tJ. I saw the Ships Comu Mailing, at Pike's Aall, Dec. 23d. Fm getting to be a big boy now, at Pike's Hail, Dec. 23.1. oathlemn Antidote fir Malarla. It should be gellerallyi known that Simmons Liver Regulator, prepare.d by J. H. Zeilin & Co., is relied upon to se eare to the people ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 December 1881

miles, be e w bet Teun Monroe M Williams, which rseu l of the litter. WeIt 7 tod who cea 1almeslfzole b was thedriv ud Uas h, heorde d to~ tend to blhs da;tyd to put thee tons of ea ter to hib onei wher uponus him he would work as he p sod that he had dishebait. hies ter, and he dld not care .L 'w W l er healýted him or not, a-d b;i wa nttIs money. Monroe told aim he wold get his money at the et; of ag ' and that he hid better leave . le cane-shed, He dared puroe' o;goom updea the cane-shed. Monroe told hil he had no business outside at thalme. Wash fold him he would kill him or have his money be tore he left. Monroe went to.Mr. Ay cock and told him what b'had taken place, Mr. Aycoak told Wash to leave. Wash still said he would kill Monroe, otrhave his muoney. Wash waited until Monroe's duty called blin'from ender the shed, and started towa.dA Monroe, saying that he would kill Monroe, or he would have him to kill. Monroe told him not to come on him. Wash still advanced, with his han...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 December 1881

WjA. r. it ý T l ý ý+ R' ý ;" . i .vi l . ý i . . . .- . L.JAN W ci~Sa~P;~'~~ VOL8:- t i C. W. rxAWr At w d *or Wes Pbt Batea attiaf~n *v..to the eaet other requitind ths o f Wr .B. rrDP TW oand and Coaaselo~ rf M B , Pllhe's Rowton enoa e La. Wil flee in the Statle and Federafdouwrtu. HEDRRONJ (to! BII.A.L Ano~pre ts 0ad ota$sJmWs AT LAW. Offic on North Boulevard ntrewt, viear the poet oflee, Baton Rouge, La. Will attnd to all law bat neea entroeted to them e to hib ad aheolnlig rpairishe. A.S . lierton........ ......L. D. leale. F AVROT & LIAMON. Arrois ndNET AT LAWE . Offie oti North oulevPierd 1 a Sý'o. aLh srneet rdI~hest street, liatn R roug, LL , Will atte nd to alll law buesnean entrutted to thom I n this and ad. joinn parishes. ii. . HAvrot...... ....4. .D. Lalnon. F W. . M. ROIICRTON, *Atejva and Counselorn at Law. Oflice on North ard street, Baton Rouge, La. WlIprawtl In thebsoeenteetth and Eighteenth JIudliaL ilatrists. SW. RoHertonn .......I.. . tob.rtmon. La. C .ue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 December 1881

6 r"A ?ýtfsUý + At.~ 4 anred y a Kihia duty. Whatever 'h b nth yOM has sale his ieg with a will. '.d whou aa y aay s4V t . "f-r' Fbve dealings vith. Is said that the Course of a .tan ;ba arsy be tarned with p alin k. That likwise has an effect Up; tii wl of eirly childhood. BSsier Banner says: Any *pereeblwanting a good hoei Boa. I. -fr parish, is refbrred to tiC) advert tisement of Mr. Jqba J. Swindle. SJarmerain Henry cony, I1., in the "corn belt," Instead of haddg corn to sell this season, are oqiged t6 boy such as they need for thbir hogs. The State Fish Comamiesioner of the MState of Texas, J. H. Dinkens, while epdeavoring to board a train at lions ton Monday, was ron over and killed. The Buffalo Courier facetionsly re :ris to Speaker Keiter, and remarks; d$ome men are born great some, men AioIve greatness, and some are born * *,*o. _______ Alady in Hinds county, Miss., who has managed her husband's far dan Sflag his absence the present year, has not only paid expenses but lift...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 December 1881

t he N r b M if , asserusle tie us a 6 e..tlf(J)r furl, with o, *rshr and rey lilt eOP {h beyaod wasb 4a youy marry Mqa liot, bet waited a e it bie t tile ; hot s hoid 4 ti, swat gir the vdy quo. tar a a come across." th bobad eantime as busy *me In r scsaty her car- as pSogy the , lepitg light ofe 1i ooeN rk," she said ., set*in% her pearly teeth togs - PhI Sy mother's unclea e1 hear my as pleaded throughey own lips. g Iwish my heart would not throb so Ev ildlyl I am an orphan all alone in t 4e world, who must tight life's bat- tot Aes with her own single hands." brt Lower Broadway at noevl o'clock is e evening. What a abel of orashin!g .ge eels, hurrying hanity and coa Flomerat 1 1morate noises n, was i O lanieHarlan sat in the corner of an express office, under tb flareof gaslight, ounded by boxes, and wondered phether people ever wnt crazy oin this tl >erpetual din and tulnit. Her dress pl S vas very plain-gray poplin, with a sm habby, old-fashioned little straw bon- be let t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 December 1881

!NROUGDEO!R!oErreEsa, T opgh an editorial in the " top Sentinel, the startling inforlna- k `tion reach uas t eo of the West Fel ciana Teoile)havaotten it ti Stheir heads to prevent weIthy mer chants from purchasing lands and in -asting their means in planting on Sextensive scale; for thd alleged reason that such men having readyt mebiptý t i elr a aim nwll Iracts i to t"elvpl b4tA# ^lb anoiig thel laborers of their parish. .atties to inaungurate a reign of ter i Vt, the effee of rhich wilt be-to. cause. moneyed 'men to investhieir surplus capital in localities offering better guarantees for the protection t tof life and property. tI ' The Sentinel tells us that a few nights ago, a lot of lumber for build ; ing firposes was deliberately barn : ed.oida place owned by Mr. Freyhqn, I a public spirited merchant of St. ý Francisville, who had intended to t apply his earnings towards the devel opment of the agricultural industries I Sof the parish in which he has amassed4 a considerable fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 December 1881

Litty baa iOCOiV$ , ý Ch . t ] Candies. Gixe him a call. Ree ge (ilt E4lgs Topic alea C and 'ever. )ir. . RPmnmeyer, would respectfP ore tbepgbll that.i i has empl a g' 0yl g bplet-ma and li atl timestºn nt d repair; fnaitore ip 6 verJy bet le. .tj Let the p t er fe complaints tak enrae an retotbe a pinless resed)has been found. We refer to Lydia E Pin ham's Vgeab Compoand Ib8 prered at 233 n tern Aienue, Fnn, . Send to' e Pink fo phle ' genero Pinkhpfot P _ r t, gl id lt WKlld GLIAN Ihe Ia iw hi ly "heig h ia e KKris Kringle Cadata, was ha chare place at Pike's HIa, next her of ] whca t- ht, have made aniigemients the eua wherobe aerry Hboat ,aIf ebey vlsi- bazat tor br asys, during the night to ac- donate co .e the large number of visitors other wo I Jloubtless come from over the which wo f the or Spromising young confrere Qf the pleasn yiant Sentinel, favored us itn a of the am last Saturday, while waitijg for ticket 4thour of departure of the New Oileans / lie is taking to journ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 December 1881

'There were$4 enators preSent. the prlinth bill passe its third leading, adwas adopted. She title or the bill was amended by C otfCningism, by ptrikitg out the S it4I 'provliding It hr the repeat of .e .40, aqd adopted. enoe bill No4 AS, sathr/slog thee ;dte Tresear.. to pay e Boasd of ' qvl ors ol the Louisiana State *nilverity pod Agrioltural and Mo. dlhnical Coliege the old balaabe due S nSemlnary haInd Aw on the booke, V C , tiltt thbird reading, and the title A Widoptd,. IEat was received from tbh Rot ., ioorming the 8.efate of Ite ro -#W' to conacnr in bill Ntb 0 tor the paymedt of milege Id per diem, etc., of thb ene al Aaasmbly, and alkig fo o the apipointment of a committee to nond for witfbh colmuititee fr-to the House on ,tile subject; also, calling the attention of the 8enate to the concourrent reolu. a ,tion instratioag our Represnta.tives IN Congress concerning certain public lands granted by the United States to ra(iltoad companies. The Qbair appointed on the comnmitt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 December 1881

LQCAL AT'" .Shursdajg's O44oit.ou RIeed's (it Edge. Tole sreqr Chills .4 Petct'; ee Wiltting's new ad rtslement i another column. ,Wie Mrs iudebtadl trMs. MoGuint (1t a Blb o eisdrS uia atsre, 0oathln much Interesting *Stte Pelating to the estatiug y n the Rnerald Isle, #oiod' h '6didairt, %othany H take. place, at PIke's HOll. The weath. er btspg 3 a large prowj will no da$$i.) '32no Mr. J. Kornmeyer, would respectfully inrfiwrm apblio that &e has employed .atst-eldl cabinet-maker, and ln ready at all times to make new and repair old .rtsaitte in the very,beat style. tJ. SOr John Pepym Lister Kaye, is the same of the English Eiarooet who lately married Miss Isnaga,olConcnrdia Parinsh. Tbhe destinguished conple pased Vg burg the other day on theit way the lady's plantation. Onr enbseoribers will do is an especial favor by reporting to this lotice evory aikl of the, carrieste to deliver t.wm the CAPIrOrlIAN. We make this reqoent in the interest of all partiM concer (ed. There can...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 December 1881

Cotr. Phladelphis Tlms. "When the oofinancial crash-, lot otf fellows will be smashed. J Gould wdl l rornfot, thougl." The gentleman who said this . Uncle Botesatoeb, and he address4 ra thong dt brokers from the deck a i steambhi, on which he . s about to sail otr 3aspe. that moment Jay Gould Mame through the ompatnot way, nodded pleasantly to Uaselflafts as his Mlnds and haraddawn the plak to his cab. His presence. the offsact on thal ecoffng brok that a taskmaster exerts over slav. It wasagreatnes passing medioo4r It was the winner of the big game re t dWng the chaps that conldd'tplay S avery well; It was the utility people i making room for the star. In this little incident is furnisted an illustration of how Jay Gould dominates Wall street. The Stock Board, individually represented, take off their hats to him and tremblingly defy him when they band together. The moveorents of the Treasury De partment create no more concern than $ his. His name is one more powerful f( ' . toconju...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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