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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 October 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. nuesda's H dition. t DistLric·t (Court openeud yesterdayy. Ladies', Inises antld childlrln'4ss nhos Slightly damaged, lit one hl1ilt' their val lo, at lonnfieldl'n . t The, 'telt:uer ,JeInie K. lelle took on1 I fi'O) bales of cotton at lhiyal iraI (1 on her II last trii' A large shiplmenlt tir so S41ll81 Cl a townI. , The shipmenti, l cotton floi this plicn tl onll HMinIldy last, aiiollintltl to 4)1t IhQ l es, h a rthadtly incllerse of i1 few hales oath I li weekk. The (collectionl olf halllk tlxes prollisls to he exceedingly larugi tI lis yevar, th!4ugh it was predi|1t)l that tilh I oplt') glener ally woulhl Ie slow to take advantage. of the colntitlntional proviion on th llis t 14ubj4'c4t. to T'1' 114' s ,inir f. l. ,i,,, J')slse-4 liiitton th Roullge on its last ltrip dowln with 47t1H in balhes of cottonl, which was the IIoss IIh trillp (f tile sc1imi. T'l i' vrr ' ill'k Itl will iOW I tll rl Itp rich h v lIf ,st, 11i thil th itltas$I is fairly opeeild'. wI" toi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 October 1880

STATE NEWS. The North Louisiana Journal contains aJ lengthy enlogiunn of Capt. Thomas P. Farrar, a distinguished attorney ant citizen of Tensas parish, who died a few laayV ago. The Pointe Conpee lI;anner acknowl edges receipt 1roai Mr. Swise's Lakeland plantation of a speciluen of sugar al.wne of .lava, known as the Lapice cane, a splecies which is said to have ,yiehld as much as 4,000 pounds of siugar to the acre. This specimen measures over seven feet in length. ''Big lhcynman," is the' name of the 1)ry Goods King of Alexandria, who takes the lead in advertising through the columns of the Democrat. Bully for Ileynian ! The Marksville Review boasts of a choupique girl, seven years old, weigh ing 100 pounds. Nothing frail about that gal. Mr. Acklen, be it said to his credit, has withdrawn from the contest in the Third Congressional District. The line being thus closed, may we not hope that the boys will make things lively for carpet-bagger Darrall f The Natchitoches Vindicator spea...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 October 1880

NO'TIGC TO i)IIlINQUENT TAX All IC0e1 PATHSi! r 1 1 i E 'ioi .lloiwed for pay ,en, t 111' bark 'T'ax.es; I a ilth1un 4 .1sCM and pcl1l1.1N will expir' on i vi :lli day I4 I vwtcoilnlb r .r/tI. All Conal a£lll1 te . Itiie. will revive after tl Ihat dalite. iianid the r helllli oil' back taWne etllrllTcedl atcTrditll o, A1t No. 1.7 .f IS0. .1. W. BATES, Sherilt'lan I'ld Tax Collhclor. J. J. OFED IA E I Eh -_IEAL.I , IN - Glroceriies Liquors. EAR CORN, LIME, HOOPPOLE [ FLATBOAI AGENT, All u h. I. I li.. ,1 , i n 1t h il l tin : lnt 1 1t ill re r oile lri" lpt i t Itllltiol li. liln olily il filslclasst li111i. sr, » 1'h ; 1 11 1" nll llll d ( li tl his I ill n'l' lll ll f runnlry. Cill :1141 llliine For yourse1" l lvei. Ml ai-h ni, ltli. 0 1hv. le d. --Sticlh. DRUC STOREI (EshlIslithcd in 1t870. ) CORNER OF AFRICA AND SOMERULOS STS. 13E. .A. DiA."", I.,r. l"ishinig TialkhI, Night Tiiapersi, Intuiraltie )11t, Five tut nli Ce l 'lit (iitll, l Statio .io ry, etic. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFUL...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 October 1880

AN ARDENT LOVER. heard Glenn BY KATY TRUK. Tom I His name was Jacob. It had been his oei n father's before him, and his father's. years The dtorms "were a hard-working, chase' money-getting race. Jacob Storm, the mere, father of our hero, constantly said that care a "be couldn't see why under the shinin' ter, sun a mnan needed an eddieation; 't any them ,moro'n nough to reckon his crops and little, cattle." Jacob the younger had once small expressed a desire to attend school out never of town ; but Storm, senior, killed his large, ambition in that respect with a few a tho words. altbo "The old red school-house was good profu enough for your father and your grand- with father, and when you get all you can with there, I'll find plenty of work for you; Salli it sha'n't be said that one of the old Dil Storm blood ev# hired out to work for and i strangers." fi The inhabitants of Potneyville were not all conservatives of the Storm order. o mc Sons of rich farmers were in college, not c da...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 October 1880

MMý f. , o,1TB I.W E E K L Y . t =°« L. ga as , tsor. OFICA JOURNAL~ OF Ti THARA AN CuITY VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1880. ATTORNEYS. .i W. POPE, ATrruoalt AT LAW sad Notary Public, Port Alien, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col hlction of acconnt*, taking trstnimoy under coin. misnion, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. aprt4 v2n13 H S. LANG, ATIORNEY ANI, COUNBEI.0tt . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will pram tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rlH)OS. B. DUPREE, ATTORNEYi I and Counselor at Law. Office--No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HERRON & BIEAL)E, ArroYnv.s and CovUNssaloS At LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post oflice, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi nuess entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. S. Herron......... .... L. D. Beale. 'AVROT & LAM...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 October 1880

- - - B 4 National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of' Ponnsylvaniln. 1OR1 VICE I'I1RIIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGIEM8I, ON. E. W., ROBERTSON, 01' Itawt Blaton 11ta)uge. THE QUESITION. Untder the above title, that fuariluss liberty-loving Irish-Amelrican, Jamles A. MloliAter, of the Now York Free mnilt's Journal, appllies the lash to the skunks who sold their votes to the Hladicals in Indiana. Like him our heart overflows with bittertness at the thought that Ameri canll will vote for Goalinid, the repro sentative of the corruption that lies in tile bosoml of our Nationall body politic ind against Ilancock, one of thile unoblest type3' of (.1t1 stlilier statesnllll that(ll can be futtdl ill thelt niottln. Purify your soul by reading his mallnly IexpresstIiOs: "lWe are tenlped to chllange, Ia lit tie, the cynicial apophtt)egm of II trench Infidel iillout mani and toll say : "The more we come to klinow the' worth of the biped called altl I Ilnericin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 October 1880

.. . . . .. .... . . .... ... . . , .... . . . . LOCAL MATTERS. Ie.rsons Ihaving hills against, the I)eaf and l)Unrl, Asyliu shoull rs nlotic:e in ut:::;hir colunn. ,'1'Tha I. . r l. icee Iasnnced dlown ol Ilust Scuday night, carying 4,'202 IatlesN of eotton, $,430 Nml5s eied, .IN) pIaIkages oii cake and 150 harreils of oil. A good lad. WANT':.---A good boy, to liaki hini - 41'f gceuratlly iseoflc in a grclry 1.1'store, E'airy uiarcels, cte. Ono who is 14t, ilove his I) lisiItnea ianl kllows his intlace. Apply at thin offtce. Mir. Eldward Vitting, Jr., Ihe ncdphew I of ou'r well knowni flillow-vitizen, nMr. Witting, we are glad to sa I'l e, has comen to locate in dlir inidsl. He in anl ccenr goliiicl alli h:,udloNii .ymlncg geit.llmiat. Ili will lo ll.hle$s p lrove ll a lqllisition to oil r lcol lllltlllllly. That acc IplisIhed resltantateur, IMr. A. G.unchy, hIs again placed is under oiligulions lfr it I line hbu1ch lii fl'li'agralti celoelry, which lihe was kind eniogh to dir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 October 1880

THE POLL TAX. No. 120.] AN ACT To levy an annual poll tax and to provide for the collection of the same, and to enforce pay. meant thereof tad the settlement thereof by the tasx collectors. SacrTON 1. Be it enacted by the Gen- to eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana, at That in pursuance to the requirements of and authorization of article 208 of the ris Constitution of the State, a poll tax of rol one dollarper capita shall be and is levied, Ia annually, upon each male inhabitant of a the State over the age of twenty-one a years, said to be due and payable on and W after the first day of January in each ie year. to Stc. 2. Be it further enacted, etc., zel That the said poll tax shall operate as a no first privilege and lien on all the real and tt personal property, of whatever kind, la' which may be owned by, or to which the said taxpayer may have any right, for No the year he may owe the tax, and such of privilege shall continue to exist thereon do into whatever hands such prope...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 October 1880

TRI-WEEkLY. L. , ,x.-ar0 A . s.,o,. a om}IaI, ,ovlr o0UR lr., 0F THE PARISH AND C0T . { L7. A A.OlDI"NTI"z, Dditor. OCT E VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1880. ATTORNEYS. { W. l)OPIE, ArronNKvY Ar LAW Iand Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Itouga, La. Mpecial attention givenl to the r(l hct lion of accounts, taklng t tlimony under rumi sainsion, and to all other nattes requhiring the attentioh of an Attorury or Notary in the parishl of West nBaton itge. apr24 v2inl3 [I y. I ANG, A'rroaNKrY AN COUNsanRoc *. At Law, Donaldsonvile, La. Will prac tick In all the courts of lthe tate of Loulelahna. 'il'liO . IL. DUiI'REII , ArroicONa I and Consulor at Law. Ofice--No. 6, I'ike's Itow, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal (onrtas. III E1tUON & IEALE, iI ArroRNZuY and COUNnsElns Al LAW. Ofllce on North Boulevard street, near thle post ollic, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi noun entrusted to them in thli and auaolinag paariuhes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 October 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, OCT. 28, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. PRESIDENTIAL ELEOTORS. State at Large: WALTER C. FLOWER, T. C. MANNING FiileT DISTRI(T.... ....C. A. BUTLER, SECOND DISTRICT..... EMILE J. O'BRIEN, THIRI DIC'rTir........ALLEN TlCMAS, Fovultr DIarTlT...........WM. W I. JACK. Fil.rmi DIsTCTi........GEORGE H. ELLIS, SIXT DISTRICT ..............K. A. CROSS. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. 'Love,'says the Philadelphia Chron icle; 'uakes a right arm go to waist. ( Freedom's ticket, on next Tuesday, will be: Hancock and English and E. W. Robertson. Carpet baggers nor Chinamen need I not apply. Home rule for Louisiana s is our platform. Will the Capital parish disbgrace it self on next Tuesday by voting for Garfield and Smith s An auctioneeronccadvertised a lot t of chairs which, lie said, "had been r used by school c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 October 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Fifty years ago, mothers used to en force the you knit rule on their daught ers, and it worked well, A young physician asked permission of a ihas to kiss her; she replied, "No, sir, I never like a doctor's bill stuck in may face." The steoanerPCharles P. Choutean passed down last night with 84:U hales of cotton, which is 478 bales less than her last year's champion trip. Mr. R. II. Burke groundthe cane front thirty-odd acroes, which yielded over ninety hogsheads of sugar. This is cer Iainly a remarkable yield tfr any country. We are glad to note the return of Dr. .J. M. Williams front an extended voy eag, in the West. His many friends will bI' happy to learn that he looks in splean dlid health. Everything in nature indulges in anlnsemennt. l'The lightuniug plays, the wind whistles, the thunder rolls, tlte snow flies, the waves leap and the fields smile. Even the buds shoot and tihe riv'rs run. Dr. Juo. W. Jones, Superintendent of the Insaneo Asylno, located at Jackso...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 October 1880

BATON ROUGEI, &AS IT APPEARS TO EDITORS. t Ouaclltta Telegraph. Our last visit to Baton Rouge, prior ii to this, terminated with the sitting t there of the 8ocesslon Convention, Feb- I ruary, 1561, just after the passage of the o Ordinance withdrawing Louisiana fromn i the Union, thus making a hiatus of t nearly twenty years betwoen the two s visits, a lapse of time crowded full of a mighty events accomtplished, but with t lasting memories and monuments be- 4 hind. The tempting offer to plunge the .' editor's leaden pick into this treasuro of thought anssils us at this moment--Ibut ntot of the past, now, except to say that the beautiful little city of Baton Rouge affords evidoences, many and instructive, of the changes oftfcted by war, and is i yet, unhappily, in her physical aspects ta a sufferer front its violent upheavals, : but resolutely struggling toward reoov- i ery. The buildings and streets wear that look of neglect and want of meitns cotmuon in the South, and taltd the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 October 1880

~Ms ettr HER agistianan OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARlSH r [aw an VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1880. NO. 88 A'IIOiiNEI's. W.I P' ) IP K. ll-R A IY AT LAW wt111 (4 Nitiary hi Iic, Vort AIlr t Allclo, IWll 1tllt I' llll 333 1 Itto' " It N uIIOU K illV (II 41 ai' Iu1u 1 j JJt N( 1. Arruuta llv A4tI I('uulKooin I'll .wi l, w il tit l ll fptlln.l Iliskil I r ri quirl ig tho iilto otimi ift im AtFl mue) tit Ni(iary fit flit, pitrilthn PI 4111. 4 I. A113t ' Irt 14 .t hiu-NI . , 1 kn'P u. Aw t Law. IDomllige, I ii. WiLl ;ru i~tll'33 pI thiu, IiAIOIINK41a 1 C33uN34444,411434ll Ar L.~W. Otf(teu ,I 4331 L491 111' 1,i~t.r XVIIhIt131 I nl iclr buqpw COllci ti.t.." i lolt l tim t lll14 il11 0 4 1 S 11k s )11 4 1 i11 311t114.l r. .if 143r, )S. 11. D P . 1441mb'. .·, 'C)'1' &c JLA.M( )N. Avtl'uut and ctimist~litir lot Luw - Offire Nm 6, Pikili'm l %. 1 l 1104111 MAl3 . 4 )1l11. W il Ni(k ill 01 0 Sa . an 33 d . al 4 . m131333. ti . N orth y . )3 llovmnd (uuuiiseori 1,1 11...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 October 1880

A ,lAPII-YEARI' kOLLILOQUY' enter vocal Oh 1iire ian I that, wotilil dance with tyou. Doyl If 'oa woulld oIly ask in to; blind Iut you1 pasm ine by, with a haughty air, And, really, I think, it isn't fair TVle way you Ilaile' treat tbo men, volot To nmake us sit iI the corner. have Whieen we'l give our socks for a hecland-too' but I IMut of thii per'aiips you aU may know. littl eow, yonder conies Miss Jones-to think! Ot ilto pised ipi by with ai nod, and a wink. or G WVheiI blt1sit year I took the first dance, near A nid led wr out evry other chance: (lt Awl tIIhI i, by gun, to thinik that she Woldii leni fut old Tom Collingaber . it W* 'llt her nius re ail lfeigned, 11141d this I killow. tlior 'ITint all to Icr liking-thic heel-aini tos. IBai' lIui I n6ekly sit (by Fate subdued) eFill Al iAu'kunowledge my indit a littin blued. W Leap Yoear in out quite moon, you know. * otit Anid Ithen Mins Jones will stand nio show. thur A nd lice cirviia, and till hoee little thinge- nld Hie cl w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 October 1880

1 li1 1 i(talpitolian.) TME W.J Y To 'flN. pnys., 'lo vou want to know 'The watv li'art.4 to win! I'l t-11 Yon, if you don't say. ftIa. now, that s too thin !' wthien you o to mec the girls, IDon't liatter them tou much: Jor all sensible cre:atur'ts Soon .I t tird Ifll Wsuch. Don't ca;ill t hent biutitibe, 11r mflake flive too flast : Ftir tily know viry wu.ll .Al that won't last. Now. if von want ti plvasv, in a minnorthodo\, D)ont give "taffy on a mtring. But caJndy in a box. YI' nelmnethting tangili· Is what the darlings tited So. ivf- them lots ot' cand . Andil I think you will sutcc-t'd. At has, i' you do not win Their Il hearts with love rpletl,. You c(atnl always Iest aissrtted. 'Th( think voui are mihlty acvret. Elu'ro. OAnUA.vi L)tt, Octolier I th, I-0. PISTOLS AND CHERRIES. We were stationed in the village of You know what sort of a life is ! 1tit of an otlicer in a lino regiment; ill we morning, drill, the ridinug school thu:u dinner with the commnirander of the tregiment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 October 1880

wn W hlo (tapialiln LEON JASTREMSKI, IlEditor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, OCT. 30, 18HO. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, if W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, 01 WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, ra OF INDIANA. bi PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. l State at Large . b WALTERI C. F(LOWER, T. C. MAMNING Fin:UT iTW( ............ ..C. A. IBUTLER, SEcon) Diwrnter......EMILE J. O'BRIEN, O TiianLi DTiTalc.T..... ALLEN THICMAS, Foun J)ATu'rL...........WM. 11. JACK. vrU I)isturHI........GEORGE 11.ELLIS, Srurw DnUrnuucr ...........K. A. CROSS. tc FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, W ,Of East Baton Rouge. Pr A QUARITETTE OF BADICALS 8EK TO DISPANJOHIBE DEMOORA TIO VOTERS. Acting.under the legal advice of the Attorney General and other counsol ors of standing and ability, Supervi sor of Registration Cavanac concluded to keep the Registration books' open until Saturday the 31st inst., in order to afford an opportunity for register ing their names, to a large number of citizens of New ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 October 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. OuesdaW's &'4tion. Persons lhaving bills against the Deaf and Dumb Asylum should see notice in auother columnn. The R. E. Let passed down on last ulneL'ay night, carrying 4,262 bales of cotton, n,430 nacks need, 400 peackages oil cake and 150 barrels of oil. A good load. WANTED.-A good boy, to make him self generally useful in a grocery store, carry parcels, etc. One who is not above his businetss andl knows his place. Apply at this office. Mr. Edward Witting, Jr., the nephew of our well known fiellow-eitizen, Mr. Witting, we are glad to state, has come to locate in our midst. lie is an euer getic and handsome young gentleman. He will doubtless pirove an acquisition to our community. That accomplished restaurateur, Mr. A. Grouchy, has again placed us nndcr obligations for a fine bunch of fragrant celery, which he was kind enoagh to direct to our address. Mr. Grouchy is a caterer par caellence, and his Capitol Reostaurant in a daisy. One of the cutest inventions we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 October 1880

(For the Capitolian.) BEA UTIFUL DREAMLAND. I love to viit the dreamland. And walk in its realms of light 'Till I reach the beautiful castle, Where dwelleth all things bright Over the door is written, In letters of glittering gold, "rnter. ye child of oblivion, ' And the things of the past behold." C Oh! how I love to wander In the halls of that castle fair ! For many a vanished tfice C Smiles on me when I'm there; C And niany a dear, loved voice, e 'Trhat w.as hiushed so long ago. t S'peaks to inc with a siweetteig 'I'llis world can never kniow. 5 Dear( forns that I thought were dead Meet use ill dlreamlandl hall; And hands I thought were cold, e Point to the snow-white wall. C On whichll are hung1 thile pictures h Of cherished scenes of the past, a Painted in glorious radiance d Too beautiful to last. None but tilhe pure and lovely o Do I meet in that castle bright. e And the softest, sweetest music b Fills my senses with delight. Away from earths' sin and sorropw Away front shame...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 October 1880

THE POLL TAX, No. p00.] AN ACT To levy an annual poll tax and to provide for the collection of the same, and to enforce pay. ment thereof and the settlement thereof by the tax collectors. SrEcTIoS 1. Be it enacted by the Gen-. eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana, That in puruauce to the requirements and authorization of article 208O of the Constitution of the State, a poll tax of one dollarper capita shall be and is levied, annually, uponll each wale inhabitant of the State over the age of twenty-one years, said to be due and payable onil and after the tirst day of January in each year. Sear. 2. Be it further enacted, etc., That the said poll tax shall operate as a first privilege and lien on all the real and I personal property, of whatever kind, E which may be owned by, or to which the I said taxpayer may have any right, for 1 the year hoi may owe the tax, and such 1 privilege shall continue to exist thereon ( iuto whatever hands such property or i right may pass and shall not...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 October 1880

STATE NEWS. Shevprtimem : Wo, imrn rrom ;I 1t, m 1i11n oItj \was It Allaendripa ; k Nw tays 'reti 1hat 11: Ilast Frittay v t ott 6.! wl avi N tall I oaclov euk it ir. '[t11,e Wi ii1 Ir itc d twortelli tvi t "I : I NI. I.. 1r , sit lit, i. c oletd h\ t:1t defit- iitvi Iii . which jitool cý I I I In I I nti I .II 1 4) thIl.v 414 11-1- 0, %ilirris l (ill. 1 - vil ll-fr I%) t . %I't .i VIr 1 t ' tt Iit'tlt I I SI .tkltl' 11i11 11thl t th it 't'nn 1 11 ,' ll hjibao f' rI ing ad and\ hiseniti til ;f.,~ burII nI li Thle next 14) v tch I I t vvh wer the lt, r osi rtc i of' thoejlliptpil vltI l 't 11 11 the ji olo. 1 1 1 ilt l Il the St.,wll ('harluti iritll: Otit ot t~he Itoilertl IR so.Mi. .: .i.: , S \sgn't hice;(1, iti Ill iuit lol htt)Vt.' I ah\'nvl jil t',t tIltirl'ctill (iii rhnswrt. o f Nilor, t'lig liye's 1h1 et.4 hall bee h1,1t.ing hot lln ie tilmvll( t \wo1 iet wNr L 4ho1d1d, 111 that C bldiny's gropry 0,oll 1toe sa e i e f he io tes te ti whtoll ItI t irgi it!tii the bil *1 . bli...

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