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

tri- .?L h1I OLapitolian LOCAL MATTERS. By all means let every citizen who G wants to advance his individual inter ests by furthering those of the entire ini community, fail not, to attend the Rail. tic oed meeting at 6 o'cloek, this evening. in A few days of good weather had the me effect of bringing quite a number of co country people to town ; so much so that al -good shipments of cotton were made by gr the Sunday boats. A great portion of Pt the cotton crop is still kept back, owing de to the bad condition of the roads. fox thl KENso.-Not less than forty men of all sci ages were engaged, the other night, in orn the little game of Keno, an evidence i that the boys of the Capital City are as tai lively as boys can be. It was a very shi small game though , just for a pastime. c Only ten cents was the assessment per Keno card. Col. John J. Barrow, of West Felici- ful ana, has been in town since Sunday last. we He came to swell the list of cadets at the ma University by bringing ther...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 February 1881

AOKtlONN. When you tree a fellow-mortal Without fixed and fearless views, ,1 Ilanging on the skirts of others, o; Walking in their east-off shoes; Bowing low to wealth and favor. With abiject, uncovered head. Ready to retrace or waver. Wilhng; to b," turned or led: : Walk .yourself with Ilrmer bearing t" Throw your moral shoulders back : Show your spine has nerve and marrow. .lJust the thing which his must lack. A stronger word t' Was never heard b 'Than this-backbone. tl When yon seea theologian b ilugging close some ugly creed, d Fearii to reject all question INgnmln which his priiest may read ; flohllig back all noble feelung, Choking doWln each manly view, ti Caring mu: e for firIs and symbols 't'han to know the good and true; i Walk yourse'lf with firmer hearing; Throw your moral shouldeis back glI,w your spine Ith s nerve anld mllarrow, .11st 41 tho iing which his must lack. Cl A strong word 81 1Wai never heard la Than th l---backbone. Wh,,n you see it politician Crawling thro...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 February 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. , hursdnld 's Qdition. S Mr. Jlohni Real, the indittfatlgable, . cd omen to the front again with a spler) 'r7 j did array of new arrivals, in the shapty I I'r of family groceries, per steluer Natchoel I ce. aIll Lee. Jnut refr t, the list, in 'alf tl other column, if you wanlt aii appetilh l for something nice and digestible. Just after we had finished boasting (the the woather on last 'TiMdlay, showltng anon nhower began to fall and to spoThe the fast mending roads and strIeteldi esterdllay the weather was agin lia fll right alu!nd verything Iloiked elherft I ornce more. To-lday--well we shan't 1s a C anythinlg about It. It isn't Na.f to .paj any bragging ,just now. tfo I.NSTAiLLA'rIN.--At I regullar Iltlutik 4l Lh, of Eureka Lodgel , No. 14, I. (). (). F no hold ou Januar"y Ilth, In.l, I). I). , N., Edward Jolly, installhd the lh 111) ,i ing otflleer: PI'. lioivert, N. G; Wi vu (Grnewald, V. (; II. 1". Wihlnot, Mtr rotary ; F. M. Blrooks, 'l'resliiurrer; F. . to i'P...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 February 1881

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALES. - 'TATE OF LOUISIANA, vs. DELIN. Threa quint Tax Debtors Parish of East Baton T. I IUo tr.-li3y virtue of the authority v eted in me H T. by law. I will proceed to sell at public auction, lop el ii the ('courtthouer door of this parish, within lot a rleal sale hours, on Two 1 Saturday, the 5th day of Nareh, and I A. U. Il'. in aecorldance with Seootion 1 of Act post of No. 107 of the General Assembly of this State, co: session of ItNl, the following described prop. nul erty, ftorfitekl and sold for delinquent taxes and aot redeemel. to.wit: squa ARCENAUX Mrs. M--Ono lot number tire CA tlatestwn: one lot number five, Magnollavllln. nml A UGUSTUS THEXU)OIRE-One lot number- CO square number two. suburb Bonecaae, equal ALTAZAIN, FRED-One lot number four nare number 39, Beauregard Town. tweb ARIIBOUR & BRO-One hundred and twenty. C1 fttve ares Sndy Creek, flrnlerly Neewom : two rd hundred aceis, Whites' Bayou; ten seres 8loTow lunl Tract. teen AlEXIS, JOHN-One...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 February 1881

.l A. LeUEUR, publsshe i Jou-l of the c it. c pr, , B. : , t.. ,l i . , VOL. 3. BATO OUGE, LOUISIANA, TU l ,,,. . . ,. , , . l . , wi, dt' be O 1+ 4' 4 VOL.· 3..· i hu" ATTORNEYS. (I LH BIRD, AvruRonvY Al LAW. Will MI attold tl rol ily to atll i neis[C s inttlusted ; toi him. Othi;e on Cunveution a~tret, betweeu SThird .nd Chllch streets. Baton Rouge, La. i4 ' .'* i9OI'E, ArvuNEY AT LAW and 1--J, Notary Public, iort. Allen, West Baton Joyt4,ip1. -Special attevtion gio en to the cil ,t.io of acondts, ta;ldtg tcthimony tmnder dtrn iak10R, and to all olter nuatters rsquirng theJ it t'ilalnl li Attorney or Notary in thlt parish ,1 `L, \,l [tidoltluil lp il11 ,. I ( i' r. villi3 [ [ . L ANi, A'iT(o\iuvA .Y\ l C(OI:sIILoa 11* At "ow, lonntldeontliil e I it. rill plrac t.ice in all the courts of' th , Statte of Linisiaua. '[tlIOS. ;, DUi Pi, EE, Arrotixulr Saiud Coulltw!(tr ait law. I )thir--,%o. (I. Pthl'$i I Riow, ItlII 1.utll "i t, Lit. W ill iractico i. t' lState aItl Ft e ll ,t C...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 February 1881

LEON JASTREMS KI.........,*.Editor W. A. LeSUEUR ............ Publsher BATON ROUGE, FEB. 8, 1881. i BEMAPHIROD)ITE DEgMOCACY. TO HELP OFFICE SEERKEB The Sol0d South Must be Broken. Through the unfortunate dissensions I :'hat existed in the ranks of the New - York Democracy, the great party of *he people and the Constitution was c m.gain defeated in the late Presidential I 'ontest. The Southern phalanx e strengthened by New Jersey in the a East and Nevada and California on o -'.he golden shores.of thif Pacific, had v accessfilly breasted the waves of e :iadicalism, bringing with them the 0 .'serves that with the change of a few p :housand votes in the Empire State, 'vould have tiiumlphautly elected the ;oldier-patriot, Hancock. In the face of this undeniable evi knuce, the vacillating politicians in tr the South whose principles a e but a Si ,"unting car in which to 'ide into gi ,wer, are setting up the cri: that the it :ie has come to disband the party , miclh elected Thomas Jeffers...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 February 1881

i .. ---i- Ilatan : 10 ... j Brokt Comn Eatin LAL.i Tax r anc COIICOIL. T ax SStean ATON ROUGE, Tax r ebary7, 1881. Taxi Reglar me Tax v Prent--- a i, Mayor; Dro SMessr. 1eck, Duggan, Gim- Taxi undGiadliluen. . Oroce The minute regilar and called Liqu: etings weAid approved. Carts Steali The followiwereexamined and Mary owed: Mar Favre................$ o 00 Taxi .Lange............. 183 35 Conft chel Hall............ 72 45 Tax hn Corcora........... 2 00 Tax 1 ood, Widne........... 8 70 Publi Sanohez ........... 35 40 CottT dt & lay........... 5 00 Tax ] pitolian pr........... 11 00 Steai .Rosenteld........... 7 00 Char [. Schorten........... 5 50 Stree S. trenzke....... ... 16 25 Conti . D. Fisher............ 135 90 ;. A. Day.............. 75 Total ...............8491 :30) Fire Conut Mosports. Salant AU 'E P('r. Stree G;entlehlen-the mouth of .ln- !Char ar;y I issued i against the ap- 18peci ropriations oh fi,llows : ;Fi.scn alaries...... ....... $431 13: Iutl'r treets and la[t.....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 February 1881

A VOICE FOMI TIlE COUNTRY. From the N. U. City Itetn. That earnest and energetic papar, the Batonl Rouge (R'APITOLJAN, pro tests against the decision rendered by a tmatjority of the Supremte Court in the tax linitation case, as a "flagrant violation of the Constitution." It de elates.: theattitude as uihlitnrAle tM it is novel," and adds: The justices, whose, Iidssion it is to guard the rights of thpeople against the eucroachmnents of the |egislative power upon the fuundanmental law which eXl)presse their sovereign will a barrier which no power cLm over step --have daried to decree the viola tiont of 0nle of its mItost sacrel'ld clauses. What the Geaeral Assembly did nt1l dreaml of doing, three judges have arrogated to themselves the right. to olrdlaill. 'I'II I1 h.lter of tlhe Constitution \h licl ,iyss that nluticipal corpora ti.on, shall inot levy, forl all purpoltlses, t a1;: greater than tell mills, is set taide by the Supreme Court, and the pru..ced1nt is laid down that wil...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 February 1881

~X rrlot . IL *A 89 4rT W. AOffiialJour&.lOY 3 c sU CRIPTIQ n h e O l .1~ P a r i iS. s r, .y VC)& BAT ON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDA, FERUR 10 1.1 c. LAWT LAw. Will \i. ultteud pea J intruDt(W o buttl. flhel St, hIetw.iv third and (IBotgig, I~A. (1, . PAT LAW and Sotat·3t, Wi %t Ilutun Rout., Ia, fn to tilt v'ol. }rºI utlj ot tw' 1Sy iiil, t1al n. a,, IultpiI aal tjititlniiit 1111h III tintlob or in III the Ilh"li .i W~vt~ BRat i v113 Ii~rM.. .L.Vz'COuNMKIAU ri. At Law. Will prat; tic, In ill theºI Loutiiana. T(~HO' . Cj, A'RMlat~o tint I luUhe rio. ii, Pike'Mr ltAf n Itat.,t l l tlC, In tie P$at," rlul u... A k l oiiJ 'r LAVW. OIr1e 11,1 N lorth Ilutib ust oulece, Ilrftol IBtu nt. tit Iaw all. law+M mule014h.na adjlitmni iii pat*i btiu»u :Itrr W. &lllt~r~( ,iTS)oN, E k!. Aterrni. Law. Beale *Jttichii l')1 ttrit FL'V B(,#N.\t~oH K. $W 14b. b Ioulertal 'SOrrt, Ultoln Rtrind tonyll ininiugg parili'~ I t M. L"'aw 43al. Lauga. 1 L. llni.in Law. O fi "un NYurtL Inttll nage, La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 February 1881

týýi"ý hcchI QLapitohan LEON JASTRESIKII I ........ Editor W. A. LeSUEI'R ... a.......Pblisrher DRAIN ING C'.TFI8IITOWN. For a long tfhn h ack we have iuiged that decisive action le takien in the matter oftl inling ( atlishtown. Comn imittce i ftr Comnilittees have been ap~poinºted b th, ie Citv C'o~ucil and r(eSUiitiont1s jJas.C(i. year after year, looking to thle diuc(omplisihihnent of this inecL(-sary work. and no)thing lihas yet been dlone. The long inedcd relief sents, at last, to be at hand ; thle apin opria tion for streets and landings having been made laiire enough, in this yeans budget, to cover the cost of the work. By careful management the Council has succeeded in reach ing January Ist I8 1, with a cash balance, after taking up every out standing warrant issued since 1871. A; last `Mozdaiy's nmeeting the speciial conmmittcee Was cnpowered and instructed to prcceed(l with the work of draining Catlishtown. The whole matter now rests in their hands. We lhopie that the comm...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 February 1881

rixe- &11dp i 1ap ý tob n1ll LOCAL 31.1 TTEl< . Wilkiniou, _ i vlle, has bee r. A . C . H aund l y . ~f he lii , Jlian is ., I W ap sh" in gt ont led to see us oin y'e,t'rlIV. iii Is iin-h lucings piatent twt inb e1 Mpringwhicg h lch le a1 aasily attachedil to the e l boardi. 'It C)' of-;.' l.cheap and hilaple ciititriav c' . ti I. to i vent 'rut. N% Nh. Frank Heliler, the :gent of Johu to tirvard' f (tthewts, the (elebratedl mainftaiutar! ei'o. Af'0 t c aodla \·,ater nppanratus r1,ý1,te d 1 illF him' uni talwo. It' as it visitor nt the.irr .t . i11 " str t! I'o·i 'an 1rt e eu ena aw a i', !"n s , . ., t;,; , ..Ins- n 1, i die 11 !1 . .1 stu. t t " I in 'ii 1 i1< raft, w hose ['aptalin..i . '',1 1 uwtr, th, ,horta¢ týbeen :tdvertltiin file ýi. :l ýý t . il uponº hi, 1,t~iy iispoi; 1^ i"` 'ultt t" i ciil t y. He iis roic hii:!tila p Iu'III;4ti rlrh h.\. a uaeki' lthi Co! 'il t ri i ln i atlli i u a tii in tit 11 rheerfully v...oanne f~ tit''' )I11 Lung Ahouts~e1 a ere" t i ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 February 1881

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALES. T j\1P (,t' LI IVISIA N\A. 1.. )FlLIAN. g% otut "ray In !,tugs 1',.14) i th ' East 'Luon St.;". i IIi-o l, lt lsý a. 1 14 1" wt I wUil prot'n d to 4-11l at publie awi'-on, :d t'," l'1ur1thou.4 d(oor of thi4 1.4 ish. 4'111(1 t 1 l l houls, oil Natutrday, tbe5th day of Mfarch, o;f No. 1 taf ill mlii ri-Iiit'l .,-(tnhIti l., ot tlmiV Statv. I A. I,, ,t· l~llilh r 4'rt ;ll'u l I of Artzl tit `+,SI. I'll t 1he F1,1et";I.\-~111 61\ .t1111 , Tait.lll .(.(' (..n'loll. 1--0, the tit1,111W il l,- de"ci bed1'1hn prop. ,"l: . t rtkhitt'd mill Mold tot' delinquelnt taxes, anti 1 no i re -i-n 'd. tt-wit: A lI EN.4 'X M\.r+. tI-( tll' hlnt IluttivIr live 1111. tifownu: stll-n lot nnumbe'r Ii Vi'. Au::la v ilolllt-. A1U1';TI" TSIlI :(IHOpillE-Il lnlot tumrnber- a^ 1,tr4. mnbler' tµ11 ,uburb' lionert...;/" . Ilioi : I HI, -Our hundred and Ite.t - t.," a. rt.,;n1 Amis . 1ck thr~tnerly fion en: tau .A:lX I. .i 4F11 -F ;0- 1 41i thire". tmilL .;( tel Plank unadi, h1olu.I,.i . 14t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 February 1881

TRT.WEE [LY. .-- - ---- RIPTIO A A. Le MUEU, Publiisher p c1fnl eo-urn.al of the City and P&riSb... ,Weekly,,#5; Wee 9 i *..JASTREMMKI, Editor. VUISIANA, SATURDAY, FELRUARY 12, 1,818 VOL. -, B RUE L O . ATTORNEYS. GC.BIHF3 D, ArroaNIaY Ar LAw. ViII * atteil promiiitly to all luiuInin JilL 1tt1 o hir. M)Ltice on Coveuntiti it nit, ti('4OL)t'(ll herd rnd Chtrch *treets, Bitaton JLoiigo, Ia. V. POP., Awrit' n AT LAtw tlIl " Notary Public, Por t A IItii, XXft BLLton (Ltf, La. Special attentlmn "iom4l tii tih cuot oleioul of accuontN, taking test mlowi :lldr1 cr)Iml ,iill, and to all othLr tolthm'·. rprihlllt4 tiltl Itititol of an Attorncy "otor hi t il, mani'l) I West I'aton RouJu . J ... . f. LA..N U, A n",rt'mi: ANJ ,))I SEiIt.kll "At Law, D)otlialil4ilvi IA' LA. XVill prac ice in all thi cournt of tli h1t t iii5 Iate iLoi4ntIll. I1I0S. 3 DUIhI '1.1:i: A ro:;NL;v 1 534 Cuajaulor at. Law. UllicnA-SO. I, Plk w, Baton t::,I gi, ,L. Will practice ill the tuts andl F mdriiI tourta. [t ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 February 1881

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALESt tI .\ I I. 1IF I:01- I l.S .\, v". DELI`_ S ;it, l Tax Detlbtor·s Parish of East 3aston1 _.n -. % int te of the authority vested in ler li I t 'ill prro~erd to sill ,it pnhflie :,a tion, t * mu thou.+t door of this p~arish. n ithint ie sh:-",t I tne , til Saturday, the 5th day of March, I. -1. in ai'r'dtlanvit With Sittion 1 ti' Act . i i. Inl i; t t itG rltl un ' Iitss tm ily if o athis State, I, 1 i it. Mi'. tlilt fllo i tg lescribei prop. t I t us r.. ra l X ant Moll ih'r '.linquei t taxi's Slit noit 1 edeenwd~. to-wit : M rE. I's. 11-Une lot numbher five I : ,, ii .nl. lot unn iher ti e. NI:nulliavll. \pa li41 'STI' TlIEUDORtE-OnI. lornumber 11:1 t nllumbeHr toil. suburb Ii meRaze. X:i :1 '1 It' Il lI, -One hri l it lit :uld twlinty :.:r,t eo nnl1 reek, founwitly Neesoare two ' I iitt. Wtiti Ii tint. It :ekt s slMt St m Tlr.,i t. Itintitt P it' isi i. t ntiie' ;ouch i l hisi of lt ei p i . 1:. t nhe'. tt fv Plank Rioad. tt'i' I); L1\ 11:1 .((11~ 1~ i t l i...

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

ý1riýýrllcchlp , i itoha··n LOCAL MATTERS. .IIl, 111-. A. ('. IIiial an), otf I'rialiaia, M i t., Ii'-, 1(411141 Ill M II. 411 S l.tl iiS. ) lie iM ill- rl!'ll iN lvt" ii- tl p'ti'blcdd to, I Ili 1 ( Il(l ila' trII i t l Ii Iaab,4 It iii ida a'll Milll g 0I ha Mt. .Jllpeall'M eli: ii I hp, -ll . I '' lita 111, IlaiN of . 141 l a ntl M uff A issH Hag ill \* I a 1 'l.'4 liIllll j araa'ahi; '1 rill' of foloo I ts n ll'I' 11I/1n11a1114, 1 1'KI1 t11 ll'tl111111r ,,, ii'1 MI all II'.III 1I: Kt01' if 1, tII VA I'll II\( II(' fill-I ntrnn 1111111. 1111(( lilt It (('Ji ll 1Il IL ill Ill s'l~l'. II(', IN 4i~ 1tat Iah'him I ,v l 1( 1 fhi ll Wilr Ai. Virg -lia r .t"tI'11' 4 t:"r Il 1 Il' a nle III r+, Al l of ' Ital iiilra i Itrr S. ' .' itilrI, i t 7 alIllllIl1, '1 L l'01( '110 ', t11ii aM illllI - 1 , 1 41. 111'(1 I ill) '41111 rell a 'va 1 11 1114i ,pf IjM I'h Jill~l'tI tIIUt i ll eat t1 i p jIral (it'4 'lll. ' 41 1 i awiaha-ir li 1141 1k tAi.ii luul iitr11lih' I' g1lal. X11 1'a( Il to all A...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 February 1881

gri" irdif n ýz iz ý.[ LEON JAnTREMSKI ........... Editor W. A. LeXVUEOR .... bI1 ......Pblisher BATON RoIOGE, FEB. 12, 1881. IIWRMAI'IIRODITE DEMIOOCRACY. TO HEILP OFFICE MEEr ER]n The NSolid Nouth Mnust he Broken. Sutough the ulnfortunute dissensiolns Ithat existed in the ranks of the New Yo k I enc'rTlacy, tile grea:t Iparty of the people and the Constitution was agailn defeatedC iii .thelate Presidential contest. 'T'he Southern ph;alanx strengthened by New Jersey in Ilthe East and Nevada and ('California on the golden shores of the Pacific, had successfnlly breasted the waves of Radicalism, bringing with tiheiri the reserves that with the change of a few thousand votes in tihe EmpLire State, would have triumphantly clected the soldier-patriot, Iluancock. In the face of this undeniable ,evi tdence, the va4illating politiciains in the South whose principles are but a jaunting .gar in which to ride into power, are setting )up hle cry that tihe time ,has come1 to disband thle party ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 February 1881

Gott rx-Weekl apital n coal _-- _____ ý- - -.-----~-- Hlat -- - -- lroI LOCAL MATTERS. Corn Eati [OFFICIAL.] Tax Tax PROCEE5INGb OF CITY COUNCIL. T'ax ,Stec AYOR's OFFICE C(:I'rTY OF BATON ROlGE, Tax Monday, February 7, 1dl. Tax Regtilar meeting. Toax Present-l#n. L. Jastremrski, Mayor; " r and Messrs. WVax, WVieck, Duggan. Giln- 'lax ler and (Gradv-Councilmen. Gro Thl minutes of last regular and called Li( SCar meeitings were road and approved. Stet 'The following Iills w¶ere ntiatined andt Ma1 } allowed : Mat P. F'avre ....................... ; . O Trax M. Lange...... ...... ...... 13 35 on Rachel il................ 7.2 4;. Tax Johu Corcoran ................ 2 00 Tax Wood, WVidney & Co............ 70 Pul A. Sanchez.................. 35 40 Cot .Jadlot & Va................... 00 T Capitolian 1rint................ 1100 Step A. Rose nlie d ......... 7 01) Chi H. Schorten.................... 5 50 Stre A. Strenizke................. 16 25 Cor .I. D. Fisher................ ... 135...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 February 1881

@r~~ht-Withl &it0Iian LEON JASTREB I...... * Editor W. A. LeNUEVR ............Publisher BATON ROUGE, FEB. 12, 1881. DBAINING CATFISITOWN. For a long time back we have urged that decisive action be taken in the matter ofdraining Catfiebshtown. Com-° mittees after committees have bee appointed by the City Council ar, c resolutions passed years t of this ' looking to the accomljjing has yet necessary work. ar been done. et been done. needed relief seems, at The at hand; the appropria last ' .on for streets and landings having been made large enough, in this el years budget, to cover the cost of T the work. By careful management ti ,the Council has succeeded in reach- h' ing January Ist 1881, with a cash e: balance, after taking up every out- t standing warrant issued since 1874. At last Monday's meeting the special committee was empowered and instructed to proceed with the work o of draining Catfishtown. The whole g matter now rests in their hands. in We hope that the committee wil...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 February 1881

I For the Capptlim.a. TO GERALDINE. an Oeraldine, you tteve'r coultd Havo done a country girl lnolre goodt: bnly hopedto get an answer,. From tnomn prong city danecer. ot aflweredl every verse, nave two, And dlldl not speak as theough yon knew f any boys that woulil be une,. To nuch a clharmning girl an } on. or dicd yot nay how nlmany dimes, You spent to make checek enloe tiroii, kpink an roses. f'resh and bright, To daence the heel and tA4' all nighit. here's nothing Iln the its, same' Onte thing, tthat we ' wouil like, to have, 14d Ithat, my pretty, stylish lems, I nothinig more than city gam. ow Just ias Lul hald intendedl. You no freely have extendled good apply. iut will you not lend as out another lot. think, (Gealdlne, if you'd spend A While with sones good country friend, ou'd find that you mlade quite a blutnder. (For orne no smart, it is a wonder.) a! ha l hat who ever knew A cone to hop or jump I Did you I enow, proudMine, with all tiur "vima," Cwoons don't hop on hickor...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 February 1881

` t. i IJ'ilrnn thu N, D. ' L'Uy I , Th'ilt tearuest and eergtlio paper b the Baton 1ioueU CAPrroITAN, pro tests agaullnt the decision rendered by a InutLrity of the Supreme "pure' in the tax limitation case, as a "flagrant l violatijon of the Constitutlou." It do olares the attitude an unbearable as It is novel," and adds: t I'he justices, whose missioni it 4 's f goard the rights of the peoplee s t1 encroachlmuents of thp.ºJegi A poerr upon thet( ftndlm aM il whioh expresses their so will -a barrier which no j,,uv acnIpor $ep-have dared *rq.4Q tI viot8- c of one of i C, tnistle d 'clauses, tel cdeuetl e bbl, . did un of donlog, tree gs di ted: to themsel the i in. ttet of the Constitution as 9 that mianicipal corporar to not levy, for all purposes, ed r than ten mills, is sot premoCourt, and tbhe Sdown that will ex- let to nulimite4 taxa- n, be oeatei\ do- in dividuals hd St assemblies, liii o aug wertq ar ta that of the t rples under tbot the righii sovereign power which is sted ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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