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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 January 1881

-" I ..4w .. ..... r ..... ..e- . . , " ' - .....-... .. , 1 l ...  W - - ............ OtR T WUSORPTION w. A. LeSLEUR, Publisher Qfia1 Journla Of the City ana PIarish- Tra ,eekly, I . L..IAf4TREMSKI, Editor. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29,48 181. NO.2 ATTORNEYS. 1 C. jIIRD, ATrroRNST AT LAw. Will *.J. attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Offtice on Conventiou stre-t, between Thirl and Church ,treets, Baton Rouge, Ia. (I WV. POPE, ArroltgNr AT LAW and ' Notary lablic, Port Allen, West aulan touge, La. iped.al a*ttioan give to thy ,9ol. lection of aceohlnt, ing t4 tnOeny iAde+ don rnikdion, and to all other matters requirng the attntloon of an Attorney or Notruy in the parish of West Baton Rouge. ap'l4l v2n13 HIT . LANG, A'roRaer ANI CouNSIAIt * At Law, L~maldsonville, ILa. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. l~o'Thatdi Lit~ ' 'IMff rdtiw in thbe State and Federal ourts. H[EIRON & EIC ALE, iArroitNst and CoL'N4a1LOni ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 January 1881

LEON JASTBEI EKI...*...... .Editor W. A. LeMUEU ............. Publisher BATON ROUGE, JAN 29. 1881. buzz of THE HIGHER LAW. the foli The Supreme Court of Louisiana scarcel; tas placed itself in an attitude which made is as unbearable as it is novel. was col The Justices, whose mission it is to wander guard the rights of the people against I thouf the encroachments of the Legisla- out hin tive power upon the Fundamental Of ct Law which expresses their sovereign on the will--a barrier which no power can knew. oversterp-have dared to decree the ing the violation of one of its most sacred I re clauses. What the General Assembly did disgus not dream of doing, three Judges being have arrogated to themselves the A d right to ordain. trying The letter of the Constitution which had gi says that municipal corporations shall kicked not levy, for all purposes, a tax great- I coul er than ten mills, is set aside by the I mig Supreme Court and the precedent is kickit laid down that will expose the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 January 1881

THE LOST BRIDE. In the city of San Francisco, on the water front, amopg the wharves and shipping, lived Fraa Schmidt) a fair, fat German woman of forty. She had no children of her own, but there likril with her a little girl whom she called Minchen, but whom the neighbors knew as "Minken." In the same tenemenat with the Sohmidte lived a Yankee, owner' of the sail and row-boats. Minchen was a great pet of the Yank's. On Minchen's eleventh birthday old Yank, seeing the afternoon was fair and the breeze mild, told her, as she was now grown so big and old, that she might take the Sally out all by herself, row till she was tired and float home with the tide. The kind man, while Minchen ran homne to ask permission of Frau Schmidt, put in the tin box under the stern seat of the boat a large orange and a birthday cake, all frosted on top, and with a large "M" in pink carraway seeds, for a decoration. "She says I may," said the little one, breathlessly, as she came run ning down the wharf, h...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 January 1881

LF.ON J AiTR3EM SBE KI..........at.emr W. A. IelITER . * .......P blslber IJA'I'(N ROUI"GE, JAN 29, 18tl, ON TO C4INTON. PI An InterVleW With (!ol. Wheelock. On Saltunlay last, at t) o'clock, A. m., by appointleint, (Gov. Wilta, Col. Wheelock and Mayor Jastrmnski, met at the oflice, of the N. (). Pacifcl Rail- ri road, in New Orlealns. Gov. Wilts, after expressing his earnest desire to do everything IiI his power to on- h ,ourage the establilshment of railways and otlher lentorprisse looking to the n dievelollpnt of the resources of the Htate, nld ldescribing the very great need of giving the people regular and e easly eoolmuntilicat.ion with their Capi tal. -asked of Col. Wheolock that heo hoe kind enough to state what definite b arrangements his company had made h looking to that desirable end. 0ol. Whoeelock replied that the company had purchased the J)onaldsonville road, whlic they intended to extend along the west side of the Mississippi to a point bacn of the liruly Landing,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 January 1881

ir'B hilh Ctapitohlan LOCAL MATTERS. We are happy to see that Prof. Lip C, pard has recovered from his recent se vere illness,. and is once again promena ding our streets. The Mexican drover, Flores, who was shot by Jake Shields on tihw Perkins plantation last week, died Saturday from the effects of his wounds. J. 8. R. Scovill, Morris, Ill., says: When your "Only Lung Pad" came to hand, my son could not raise his head. He is now up and gaining every day. See advertisement. Rs-OrNs To-xoanow-Plrof. Lip pard, the accomplished instructor of the art of dancing, requests us to state that his school will be re-opened to-morrow (Wednesday) at the usual hours. Pupils will please take notice. We are sorry to see that both the car penter's and the mason's work has been suspended on the Capitol, owing to the delay arising by the failure of the eon tractor to supply the iron frames for the windows and the columns designed for the rotunda. We hope that Mr. Shak spere will hurry matters up, so t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 January 1881

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALES. t w and LTATE OF LOUISTANA, PARISH OF Tow AEt Baton lIouge-By virtue of the author- teen ity vested In me by law. I will proceed to sell at U l piuhlic auction, at the Courthouse door of thbls C parish, within legal sale hours, on , a satasrday, the 5th dit of auwreh, t M A. D. 1M81, in accordance with Section 1 of Act tree of No. 107 of the General Assembly of this State, Met session of le0o, the following descrilbed prop- (Iae erty, fitn eited and sold for delinquent taxes and Cl nol redeemed, to-wit: Pial ,\A(IENAUX Mrs. M-One lot nimber five by 1 G(;aelstown: one lot number five, Magnoliaville. C. A I'(;U1'UST THEODORE-One lot number- L-ba squrell nmlneber two. suburb Bonc-aze. soul A ITAZA IN, FRED-One lot number four Thu liar-- numiber :I9, lieaturegard Townl. Th M. I:llto)It & Itl-I-One hundred and twenty- The tie- Ire aes Sandy Creek, formerly Neesom : two C Ihullnitedll nacrcs., Vhlitesl Ianyou; ten acres Sin- ed t ciau l 'eraet. by I A I'X IS. -...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 January 1881

LOCAL MAT 4ER. C Shlursdal's Odition. S[OFFICIAL.] I PBOCEEDINOS OF CITY COUNCIL. MAYOR's OFFICE CITY OF BATON ROUGE, 1t Thursday, January 27, 1881. t Called meeting. t Present-Hon. L. Jastremski, Mayor, r and Messrs. Wieck, Wax, Brooks, Gim- t ler, Duggan, Grady and McCabe, Coun- ii oilmen. F The Mayor explained that as the re- 8 cult of interviews had with Gov. Wiltz f and Mr. Wheelock, in New Orleans, in I regard to Railroad communication with c New Orleans, he had called the Council together to hear his report, on behalf of the committee appointed to further that t object. A full statement of these inter views was then made and the members t of the Council requested to offer their views, and take such action as they a might see proper. By Mr. McCabe-Resolved, That the 7 report of the committee be received and approved and the committee discharged and that the thanks of the Council be tendered them for their services in this matter-adopted. It was moved and seconded, th~t His Hon...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 January 1881

A TALE FOr CUn orTv rPoLA. A Story of a Providence Lady's Ad. ventures in a New York StudJo. From the Providence Journal. A few days ago, while a lady of our city, of artistic tastes and habits, was walking leisurely along Fifth avenue, she noticed a sign, of an ar tist's studio, whereupon she entered an open 'door, ascended one flight of stairs, rapped at the artist's door, heard the words "come in," and en tered a spacious room, elegantly fur nished. Its high windows were rich ly draped with heavy curtains, fine pictures were hung upon the walls, and standing on the floor in an easel, after the fashion of most artists. In the room sat a man alone, with overcoat and hat on, immovable, and with eyes glaring fiercely on his visi tor, as if enraged at her intrusion, but not uttering a word. A few moments passed; she made a casual remark in regard to some picture, when he sud denly jumped from his seat, rushed upo: her, seized her by the throat, his eyes glaring wildly and his feature...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 February 1881

( fix, :? f,3'Z'r'· -( )r ~ '* L. .JA$STREMSKI, Editor.~ miL o~n1o ~eOt n ~i~ -' v VOL.2. BATON ROGE, LOIISIANA, TUESDAY, FEBU&~ ~~ VOL2, ATO RO 1 Nr ATTORNEYS. i C. II8IRI), A'rronltUIY AT l.tw. Will . atttend promptly to all illiniesi intrusted to bhi l. )l ;l ('lilVn to ltionllt 2ntlr l. ultween Third Indl (',urch stre,,ts. ia,t on li"nigo, La. C . ,I 'OI'E, .\lliolNE'.Y .1 IAW 1w and1 * Notry iltbl'lw, I'uol A.l.\u, W'21 liatoii ioiiltI, 1.n. tip,'Iial at ti li 1 gjVli I t lhe r -l. lct ioll, of acounthlllh, t rll li lmhl n ur . d utollhr ioli 1 ntin,2 li ll i At t ll toll l.v or iNotary inl tli' pilllnlh of VWeIt liutonll olu', lu- l.v... --.I I.A.N(4 r A irro IN tY A U)CouetLOH H* At. I.taw Dlluidiionvlillo, La. WVill prac. tic inI all thll coiliirts of the State of Louisianua. ,r -1 ()-01. II. DUPREE, A'rroussY I alnd Coulaiololr at Law. Office-No. 6i, Pike's J:ow, liltolln Roui La. Will liractic in the Stlltli p F der Conrts. I CRRON & I.EiALE, LAlrrolNgY aind COU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 February 1881

IFERN JANTIIU$JIP.I ..... 34111Evi· W. AI. i.M11ITR ............. Pbahll YBA't'U\ ROOtta1:, .1-'1;13. 1 LR4 1 '|tris V ioliRl4 1j:111(1 AIgLRO-,--- 11.1... Tlhatvigorous and pr.ogrossivtjou' tal, the N'. ), 8Stir, 'lteak no 'ur- bri agingly of our railroad interests. It our theo following termils: "It is gratify etc. ilug to se, the lively intori, tihe citi- 110 I hil .enns olf I thtoII Rouge, now the capitul t of the Stzte, l're taking in the mallt- , ter' of steltiug rail (comillini ationl owl with this city. .'iMayor ,iatUltlslmki i'it 4-arne'tly and Zealously dºevoting his1 energies 11111 ti( to tihe plromllot)ionl of 1 this impor'tuant work, anti the columnsll tll of tht t( r i Ito,) A n ttest hiis untill r it.- t tug efloirts in Iehalr of thu welfhire aind prosperity of tn Hihighland City. ital "il it recenlt, initerview with Mr. rl TVhelhok, 'Prtsitdent of the New Or- st leans Pacific. Railway, Mayor .ias- ov tr!mnki learned Ifrom him that his to comliany halidi purchased ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 February 1881

Lo LOCAL MATTERS. Il. all means let every citizen who re wants to advance his individial intor-' ests )by furthering those of the entir: int community, fail nolt to attend the IRail. ti road mieeting at (; o'clok, this evening. ini A fe'w (lays of good wea:thter had thli' IIt' offti't of bringing mlite' a nliunll'', of ' country people to town ; so much so that al good shil)pnents of colttoll w('1.( 1n;(1 by i'( the Stuitday loats. A great portion of I the cotton crop is still keptl back, owing to the tiad condition f" thlle road:s. thit K.so,.--Not les:; t1h' fort;y 1n111 of all , ages were engaged, the other ni.,ght. in the little ganoi of Ken"o, an i Villenlce that the boys of thie C':apital ('ity are' as ta lively as boys cauill -e. It wais a very sl small gameni though . just for aI pastime. & Only ten cents was ithe assessment per -no rd"1 s1 (Col. .John .J. llarrowv, of West l"lici- fiu 1il,, hals teen in town since tuSllaLy list. WI IHe caie to swell the liist eif cadets...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 February 1881

l TATS OF LOU'ISIANA, vs. DLIN. oasxa quent Tax Debtors Parish of ast Baton lotsa o*5 Ege- By virtue of the authority vested in me Two lots 1 by law I will procOd to sell at pueblic setlOn, and MT. at the ConrthotU door of this parish, within por0 legal sale hours, on lgtandlry, Sheth aly $o uae, nutmber t A. D. 1881, in accordance with Section 1 of Act go of No. 107 of the General Assembly of this State, Cn session of 19O, the following descrbel pr op- ambett erty, forfeited and sold for delinquent tesahd VO not redeemed. to-wit: •te al ARCENAUX Mrs. M-One lot numboer five Gatestowu: oe lht number five. Magnollavillel twel'e sq AUGUSTUS THEODORE -Baelot nnmber--; HA square numnber two. suburb Bonecaze. and four ALTAZAIN, FRED One lot number four Town,on are uuber 39, Beaueard Town. teen T AR IOUO t & 1Bt0--One umndred and twenty- number five acres Sandy Creek, fortmerly Neesom ; two CHAR hnndred acres, Whlte's Bayou ten acres So hundred eaum Tract. Plantatic ALEXIi, J()HN--O4si...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 February 1881

W. A. LeStUEUR, Publisher official Journal of the iy and .. L. JASTR8EMSKI, Editor. ... VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRI Rt. 4 ', ATTORNEYS. C' C. BIRD. ATrousr AT LAW. Will .. attend promptly to all busin',es intrusted to him. Oice on Convention street between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ATToair i A LAW and . Notary Public, Por Allen, West Baton oue, La. Specil¢ attention jiven to the el_ le)tioa of acoutsa, taking tesmony under com mlasmon, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the pariah .of West Baton Rouge. apri itn13 H U . LANG. T AroanDa CouoesLOs 1 At Law, Donalduonville, La. Will prae. tiae in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. r1v[HOi. B. DUPREE, ATrrosnT 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, PIke's Lbw, Baton Bouge, La. Will prastles In the State and FederalCourts. HJRRON & BEALE, ATroaorTs and CouSSBaos ArT LAW. Oica on North Boulevard street, near the post oice, Baton Rouge, La. ...

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

ý ý uhI ~ tap 1xan -t BAON RIOSTUKERFEB.**3*.*** IF. A. UVIUeSEJ .*.b** T BATON ROBGE, FEB. 3. 1f81. A FUAIIIBDL AND THE BZNT 3A1 1l WAY EJNTEIPISIBS. We have discussed of late the rail- it road interests of Baton Rouge in their if every phase, and have described how 0 the line to Ponchatoula" and another . to Clinton would make our city. an I important receiving and forwarding a depot. Considering every difficulty that appears to stand in the way of the r realization of these enterprisee, the ,1 idea has sprung up in our mind that, an undertaking of greater magnitude shows greater chances of success . than the less ambitions schemes that t have been spoken of. What we mean is simply to make a the effort of reviving the project of I constructing what was known as the Backbone Road. That is, a line from Pomehatoula to Baton Rouge, thence to Clinton, thence through Libt;rty, Miss., the counties of Amite, Frank- I 113h Jefferson, Claiborne and Warren to Vicksburg. This line would strik...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Joshua Beal, the indefatigable, den comes to the front again with a splen- m: did array of now arrivals, in the shape A. of family groceries, per steamer Natchez and Loee. Just refer to the list, in an- by other column, if you want an appeltite for something nice and digestible. of the Just after we had finished boating of by the weather on last Tuesday, shower upon shower began to fall and to spoil the the fast mending roads and streets. ing Yesterday the weather was again all Thi right and everything looked cheerful dis once more. To-day-well we shan't say fell anything about it. It isn't safe to do any bragging just now. ac psi lssTALLATION.-At a regular m.eeting ofi of Eureka Lodge, No. lm, I. O. O. F., for held on January 11th, 1le1, D. D. G. ac M., Edward Jolly, installed the follow- not ing officers: P. Boivert, N. G; Wim. Grnneowald, V. G; H. F. Wilmot, See- fill rotary; F. M. Brooks; Treasurer; F. M. val Pruyn, Warden ; Henry Gentles, R. S. toN. U ; B. F....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 February 1881

[ORIGINAL.] who di NENITENCED TO BE SHOT. tance C ingly , ButNaved on a Teebnleality by Gen- had pt eral Robert E. Lee. thougl! It was some time after the sanguin- dearly ary battle of Fredericksburg. The the rei Louisiana Brigade, commanded by Christ General Nicholls, was in its winter this ji quarters, at Camp Seymour, which near tl was located near the Rappahannock. the a The winter had been spent in drilling Mood3 and disciplining the troops, who had straigl just gone through the memorable canm- annoy paignus of 18t2. The General Court turne, Martial of Stonewall Jackson's corps "Wel had been in almost daily session dur- take ing that period of inactivity which Mood, followed the thrilling dramas en acted in the valley of the Shenandoah, around Richmond, at Manassas, in Anee, Maryland and on Marye's heights. Among those brought to trial wasa WthCi private soldier, Patrick --, of the I S Shepard Guards, Co. A, of the 10th istic Regiment of Louisiana Infantry, who seems had desert...

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

1 ;~ ý fyý P xb- 4p. I IN -100 i 4'A A. 'M Tfl XI 'ubIluhe* otffcial Journal1 of tiie city and. Par3. L. J AP4TIt14MN(It Itar. VOL,.2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5 81 5mumJ ATTORNEYS. £ C!. 1H11) ArrouwrT AT LAW. Will I attenlld promptly to all bulonems lInrstaed to him. o)WOe oin (,nUetllvon atrest, between Third mud (Churcb atreats, 1l utoJO.j _ Cw. P CP , A roNST AT Lw anld u tr Iolll, l'orte Ailleo, Wiel retan tup la. Mlpelal e tteontion Wtehe the ofo i. dsamlon, ad to all other maIterL r equiing the aitnotin or n u AornY oL r NWirL' In the lpa lh or W Rea lIston lnuae, . a.__ __ A . 1" I, A(*, AoSlrT AID COUMNULOn i w P11a() . •ealdheIllR, t4 WIU e Ian d Counnel ar Law. Oaea-No. 6, P0aea row, atonD Muageo La. Will preotice In she .I] R O ' r &k BI AL,ý. IL AnrroINltm ad CovmUlloaI A LAW. Oll0e on lorthlb oulevarI street, sear the pjon o@6e, e, rollo e, La. Will attend to a law bult. so entrustl l to them In hbis and a4)onalog AI. l. ierrou......... ....

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

1.ORW JAINTREAEI ......*......ar it WA.A. .LeVME * U ......... I*h.r bi BA'TON R(OUt(R, E',. 5, la w, t A PFAllllr, AND TlS. BERT SAIL cse, WAY ENTEMPUINE, the -joIw We have discusiod of late the rail- nam road interests of Baton Rouge in their apps every phase, and have described how of al the line to I'onchatoula and another men to Clinton would manke our city an ental important receiving and forwarding city, .depot. to m Considering every difficulty that ,IAS uqpears to staznd in thin way of the Ye realizatiton of these enterprises, the kept idea has sprung lup in our mind that or dl an undertaking of greater magnitude tionu shows greater rhances of nsuccess 'ro than the less ambitious schemes that pape have heen spoken of. thini What we ma n is simply to make or (I -tho efforti of reviving the project of knot constructing what was known as the that liackbone Road. That is, a line from to i I'.nchatoula to latron Rienge, thence of tl to Clinton, thence through Liberty, anyl Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 February 1881

[ORIGINAL.] SENTENCED TO BE SHOT. t UBatavedon a Techncaliltyby Gen eral Robert E. Lee. It was some time after the sanguin- d ary battle of Fredericksburg. The t Louisiana Brigade, commanded by ( General Nicholls, was in its winter t quarters, at Camp Seymour, which n was located near the Rappahannock. t The winter had been spent in drilling i and disciplining the troops, who had s just gone through the memorable cam- a paigns of 16i2. The General Court t Martial of Stonewall Jackson!s corps " had been in almost daily session dur- t ing that period of inactivity which 3 followed the thrilling dramas en acted in the valley of the Shenandoah, around Richmond, at Manassas, in A Maryland and on Marye's heights. Among those brought to trial wasa private soldier, Patrick - -, of the ibepard Guards, Co. A, of the 10th ij Regimnent of Louisiana Infantry, who a had deserted his command to enlist d as a substitute in another. ti The evidence against the accused 8 was overwhelming,and offered ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 February 1881

,p-AO JAg gg ..p.........Edito W. A. Le EU, .....b......dliber I BATON ROUGE, FEB. 5. 1881. tBE BATON ROUOE RAILROAD. mupm pres That vigorous and progressive jour- n nal, the N. O. States, speaks encour- basin agingly of our railroad interests, in our c the following terms: "It is gratify- etc., ing to see the lively interest the citi- prop zens of Baton Rouge, now the capital of the State, are taking in the mat-our ter of securing rail communication own with this city. Mayor Jastremski is Pease earnestly and zealously devoting his PI energies and time to the promotion of this important work, and the column theour of the CAPITOLIAN attest his unremit ting efforts in behalf of the welfare Intel and prosperity of the Highland City. ital "In a recent i.terview with Mr. railt Wheelock, President of the New Or- ranc leans Pacific Railway, Mayor Jas- ever tremski learned from him that his to b eompany had purchased the Donald- to sonville road, which they intended to of tl extendalongthe...

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