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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 February 1881

0ui ana_____ __ W. A. L*SER Pubslses* Offtoial1 3Ourfl211 of tb1e City ese. ~i~a L..AMT~wr1amMIC, Edltow VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, )$81. I Ii n Ip "1 ' +e t ! ý l' 'ýI ti1 Iý Ft}!,ý Cl . V£ 4. r "nb ' 3i! F " 1"t' Iý ý Yr t-f · _ `.~.~~,' ~ t] Si~'il t ý ý "ýý!:·:r A'TTORNEYM. t C. 111111) Arnoautar AT LAw. WIll r'.atteaad promlpt1 toll busllNs' lrtroutW4I Io 10 . Omitoe On Cornveintlon *tir"~*, ln'lweU Third Isand hUbroch stratu, JIMa." jb~t lol, 34k.. C W. PO1 'E, AnroltYx Al LAW itad r. ota'y 1'uhlle, l'.nt Albiii. \V' at Ilatoji 141)0, Lee. )4jauiil att.I Ulon ci hl' Iio Wit. iil. loctlou of accounlt, ing tta*n l inlit y itllel *klota. Iki, sof to illOU Pur alu31v'. lnkJtiiIWV Lff tn~tioo of !to!nt tr NI' I IIhei yltIý Weait~th~h~. Ir U M. LAN G.Atua>At 'rrt O tlcN In all tom caorte oIf lhu HeIL. .4 ol tI kII)*la. 71 ¶MO*4. B. uUP1"t1RCE, A'rQ tY I and Couomklor il Law, .111r'.--Nw t,', il' 0 ILto, Jlatsu Rtoua u La. Will prlastc.'tt ii* this rU II...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 February 1881

LEON JA*31,KI L.........itr W. A. J*Etflv .?u...., he·......Pae BATON ROUOE, 7EB% 15. 188i. TEE MILIS OF THE GODS. Slowly indeed do the mills otfthe Gods grind, when the public interest is in the scale. F'or molre than a year has the large ,um of iuterest which was renitted by the Constitutional Convention, lain d6rmant in the ;State Treasury, while State wawants issued for the support of public institution and the payment of the just claims of individ 11, have gone into the hands of the brokers of Caroadelet street, at a dis count of from thirty to forty cents on the dollar. While the faith of the State was thus being broken and the many were subjected to heavy losses, the courts have sung lullabys over the manda mns and injunctions sued for against tbe large amounts set aside by the Convention for the support of thegov erument. To this day that august body, the Supreme Court, has not found time to take action in a matter which af fects so vitally the public welfare. It does seem t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 February 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. foods iie reported on al sides" Railroad trains stopped, bridges washed away. Sundry other losses and inconve niencehave resulted tlerefrom. The fleet of his Majesty the King of the Carnival is reported to have sailed from Liverpool for New Orleans amid the booming of cannon and the display of bunting. We've received an exceedingly well written brief in the case of the Taxpayers Association vs. the City of New Orleans, submitted to the Supreme Court, by B. B. Forman, Esq., Attorney for Plaintiffs; which certainly reflectegreat credit upon his legal ability. We return manythanks to the kind sender. The Patriot-Democrat, is unquestiona bly, one of the best papers in the State. Brother Lambert its able editor and olqdeft fere, i4 untiring in Iis eforts to hole it up to the highest standard of excellence. His interesting journal has fow entered its tenth volume with a splendid prospect before it. BeROrAR5.-On last Thursday night, some burglars broke open the office of the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 February 1881

Uhe in a Tenneuseeana ad halls from seuatra. 1 cal C'oP 'spo1d p! Oe SazWA.gonip Exprcas,ý. Texans confeses ke interest in facts ap] affecting the history and fortunes of gig David Crockettt. San Aiitonio is in- t debted to much of its fame to that of th the heroic martyr to liberty, who fell n"' in the thiokest of the fight within the 1it Alamo. Have you listened to the sin-` pliest recital of the facts given by.Mrs. Hanuig, formerly Mrs. Dickenson, nee citi Wilkerson. in Green county, Georgial cil' She went, when very young, to Boli var, Hardeman county, Tenn. When bit hardly sixteen she married Dickenson, COt a New England tradesman, and, in w 1835, went to Texas. When the re- lt Ac volt occurred and Mexican invasion Ac was threatened, I)ickenson removed co] his youthful wife. to San Antonio. th iWhen Santa Anna appeared before na the little city one bright spring morn- rei ing in 1830, Dickenson, who waslieu- Pr tenant or captain in a local company, ec was mounted on a mustang, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 February 1881

r ifr' r r-- ;· - r ···' ' -ý· f il l !'{ji ·· -j fit . L.ý iJm oura r Pe C OL. 3. BATON ROUGE; LO1JISIA1ýA,1' TP Ji'JlIi r4. 17i"1:81. ATTORNEYS. "' C. BIIRD ATTOIExR AT LAw, Will * attend prouapt. to all business intrusted him. Oflue on (uonventie streot, between hirt antd Church streets. & ton Rouge, La. . 1 . POPrZ ATfouMKY AT LAW wId * .Notary Pablic, Prt Atleu, West laton u 4ge La. Special attention givien to the col etion o(f eoullnts, taking tetttilhnv ultnder cotu. ihbuon, and to all other matters reluirilg the spWt1 ofn los Attesn.y or Notary iu the pIrish - B sT v'2n13 t. LA.N(G, Aro. n.. Y A..CotNN...t.o * At Law, I)olidsonvile,,La. Will pra-. ce in all the conrts of the State of Louisiana. I' HOS. 1. DUPREI, Aknonur and Oounaelor at Law. Oflice-No. 6, Pikens ow. Baton touge, ILa. Will iprtic'e in the aud l'ederal Courts. tERRON & IIECALE, A LAr aa.YL aitd COUNi4tl.ot AT LAW. Ofie l ohth Boulevardl street, near the post otice, tno lUage, La. Will attend to iall ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 February 1881

W. A. £iEMWl7V ...ub'. pshIet BATON ROUGE, FEB. 17, I61. THE 111HOHE LAW. fTo The Montf6e Bulletin in af exceed- AN ingly well written editorial takes in- lee rAte with the OIAl'TOrIAN, with regard sig to the stricturps applied to the tbro as .lusti cks of the Supreme Coul't, that fo, were containesd in an article entitled tol "'i'he Higher Law." ro The Bulletin concedes, "that article vs II (of amendments to the Consitntion co of thile United Stat, viz : [Theo Judi- to cial power of the United States shall ch not he construed to extend to any sa suit iu law or equity commenced or ptc prosecuted against one of the United th States by citiemas of another State, or st1 by eitireus.or subjects of any foreign m State,j does appear to open the way to C1 partial or total repudiation to the gr Stats." It goes on further to ay : "Had m theI decis(ion grown outt of it suit of against the State we would not have ti had one word to nay in its defense. bj Hltt it wits against a Corporation, a ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 February 1881

i-e ,CklA apTTEl ,OLCAL t TTERS. bee programme of Firemen's parade. h See advertisement for Contractors re garding the West Baton Rouge Court ti Honse. n Thomas B. Dupree, Esq., will please if aceept our thanks for an evening paper c with which he favored us this morning. Admiral Wyman anl Staff called on a his Excellency Gov. Wiltz on day be- - fore yesterday and on Mayor' ibikspeare on yesterday. I1 WOUtI--ItPFACF,t-MAirL - o oes for it Mirstn Inlda and Geraldine in -t regular~ I1 hen-pecking style. We are, sure that otur readers And the parties thus bumb- r shelled will relish the 'communication under the above anonre plsorm, which ap- o pears in this Issue. a "Why should a red cow give white' milk f" was the asatiject for discussion ina suburban agricultural club. After an hour's debate, the secretary of the meeting was instructed to milk the cow, and bring in a decision according to the merits of the milk. It was blue. "lIs your wife a democrat or qAilpubli- C .can f" asked ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 February 1881

'iTATE OF LOUISIANA, vs. DELIN T quent Tax Debtors Parish of East Baton at tche Courthodse door of this pariah, within bnmdr legal sale hours, on h'ian A. II. 2f to I& i of eAct i of No. 107 of the General Assembly of this State, Geri session of 1t80, the following described prop. CH erty, forfeited and sold for delinquent taxes and Plain not redleened. to-wlit: by A RCENAU X Mrs. M-One lot number five bCA Gatestownl; one lot uintber five, Magnollavlle. bouni AvL TS'IUS TIIEO OE-One lot nupmber- g s square tumbler two subburb BgmeeaS ' , . Th ARI3OTR & BR()-One hundredd ad twenf* live acres Sandy Creek, formerly Neesoml; two Thom hundred w"ren, White's Bayou; ten acres 81o- CA ir:n1 Tract. (41 n6 ALEXIS. JOHN-One and three-fourth acres by CK on Plank Road, bounded south by heirs of Repp CR east by H. Sanbhes, west 1b Plank Road. aacse ALtAZIN, SARAH strm.--Three lots nun,- lingh hers two, three and four, tquare nimber Ad . went1 Heaureganll Town, one half lot number four, CH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 February 1881

ditor O .ci1 Jooaroa&1 o t)ae city ai. VOL.3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATUDRAY, FEBRUARY 19, VOL BATN ROGE, OUIIANA SATDRAY FEBUAR ATTORNEYS. [1 C. BIRD, ATTORNET AT LAw. Will Lo attetd promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C W. IOPE, ATrorNEY AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testinony under com mniiniuo, and to all other nmatti-ra r4cquiri:;n the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish ft' West Baton Rouge. apr t4 ,Vl3 H S. LANG, ATrroNEY AND COUNSELORI * At Law, Doualdsonvile, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rl'HOS. B. DUPREE, Arro~aEY I and Counselor at Law. Odice-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State qlud Federal Courts. HEReRON & BE ALE, ArTOas~e s and CotILons AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Bato...

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

LEON JASTREEml K .......W**...*iter W. A. LeMVEU *...-......Pblber BATON ROUGE, FEB. 19. 1881. THE HIE&HE LAW. far tall The Monroe Bulletin in an exceed- AN ingly well written editorial takes is- lea sue with the CAPJTuxAN, with regard sig to the strictures applied to the' three an Justices of the Supreme Court, that for were contained in an article entitled to, "'The Higher Law'." roi The Bulletin concedes, "that article vs 11 of amendments to the Consitution col of the United States, viz: [The Judi- to dial power of the United States shall cei not be construed to extend to any sai suit in law or equity commenced or pe prosecuted against one of the United thi States by citizens of another State, or sti hy citizens or subjects of any foreign mi State,] does appear to open the way to Cl partial or total repudiation to the gr States." . wl It goes on further to say : "lIad mi the decision grown out of a suit on against the State we would not have th had one word to say in its def...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 February 1881

THE TWO PICTUlRER. phL nar 'TCi only a faded picturl now, so r That hangs e'er the chimtey low; But a painter good made true to life That face many years ago; Stol He painted long and he painted well, While I loitered by his iide, r'O And carefully watched each; single touch, Val As he drew my bonnie bridle. But I iee no more her gloss) hair, is it And I miss her witnsome snllr, out For work of even a master a brsh the Will only last for a while. me But thank God! though I am bent with luie., lia Ani amy hair is thin and gray, ill I I look in my heart and there I lee tMy wife on her bnridal day. Her laughtng ruonth and hb.r bright blue eye. The wave, of her dark brown hair : Not a single chrirm of all sal had That is not pictulred there. ma And een my beart gives richer tilnts, While the portrait dimmer grows, For chie loved me wfth a perti-ct love, cal A nid one reaps Inst what orie o0' , for mc BERNHARoT'S BRILUANTS. Th A r-OLANCE AT 113 O1' THEOlREAT FIENCH ARTISTE'I DIAMONDS. c...

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

LEON JATBEIIBKI............ Etf W. A. LeSRUER ..FEB... i..Pablher BATON ROUGE, FEB. 19. 1881. THE MIJA OF THE GODI. Slowly indeed do the mills of the gods grind, when the publici 'Aesto is in the scale. For more than a year has the large sung of interest which was remitted by the Constitutional Convention, lain dormant in the Staje Titasury, while State warrants issued for the support of public institution and the payment of the just claims of individ AM, have gone into the hands of the 1:rokers of Carondelet street, at a dis count of from thirty to forty cents on -the dollar. While the faith of the State was thus being broken and the many were subjected to heavy losses, the courts have sung lullabys over the manda mus and injunctions sued for against the large amounts set aside by the Convention for the support of the gov crnment. To this day that august body, the Supreme Court, has not found time to take action in a matter which af fects so vitally the public welfare. It does s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 February 1881

LOGtAL MATTERS. Floods ate reported on all sides. ailroatl trains stopped, bridges washed way. Sundry other losses and inconve ,encehave resulted therefrom. The fleet of his Majesty the King of he Carnival is reported to have sailed rom Liverpool for New Orleans amid he booming of cannon and the display f bunting. We've received an exceedingly well ritten brief in the ease of the Taxpayers sociation vs. the City of New Orleans, ubinitted to the nuprenie Court, by B. . Forman, Eml., Attorney for Plaintiffs; •hich certainly retlhets great credit upon 7is legal ability. We return nimany thanks o the kind sender. Thel Patriot-Democrat. is inqluestiuna )ly, one of the best palers in the State. Irother Lambert its able editor and lever confrere, is untiring in his efforts ;o hold it up to the highest standard of excellence. His interesting journal has tow entered its tenth volume with a pleudid lroslpet etfore it. II'In ;LAJIts.--On last Thursday night, ote burglars broke open the otiee o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 February 1881

TAX ILLECTOR'S SALES L1TATI OF LOWBUIAIA, vs. DELIN. quent Tax Debtors Pariah of East Baton e-By rtue of the authority vested in me iºy law. I will proceed to sell at public auction, athe Courthouse door of this pash, withi, legal sale hours, on sst urd , the@a dy of areu.b, A. 1t. 1(Ie, in accordance with Section 1 of Act of No. 107 of theGenstal Assembly of this States, sesion of 188, the following desrlibed prop. 1cty, forfeited and sold for delinquent taxes and not redeemed. to-wit: A RCENAUX Mrs. M-One lot number five (Iatestowus one lot number five, Magnollaville. AUGUSTU'S THEODORE-One lot nuunbrm.- squarne tunber two. suburb Boneccase. A RIOUR &i BO--One hundred and twenty live acres Handy Creek, formerly Neesnya ; two hulndred l acres. White's Bayou: ten acres Sl. 1 camn Tract. ALEXI, JOHN-One and three.fclArth acres on Plank Road, bounded south by heirs of Repp east by R. Sanches, west by Plank Road. ALThAZDI, SARABH Mrs.-Thlee lots nunm bers two, theee and four, squa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 February 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. p. tist Uhnursda 's ldition. bee thi See programme of Firemen's parade. rec See advertisement for Contractors re- eat rdlng the West Baton Rouge Court lob House. by Thomas B. Dupree, Esq., will please era ccept our thanks for an evening paper T *th which he favored us this morning. to 1 Zio Admiral Wyman and Staff called on is Excellency Gov. Wiltz on day be- thZ ore yesterday and on Mayor Shakspeare n yesterday. P WOULD-IE-PEACE-MAKER - goes for Misses Lula and Geraldine in a regular ' hen-pecking style. We are sure that get our readers and the parties thus bomb- son shelled will relish the communication wil under the above nol-d', pllume, which ap- the pears in this issue. tat "Why should a red cow give white milk ?" was the subject for discussion Pot in a suburban agricultural club. After cip an hour's debate, the secretary of the ZOe meeting was instructed to milk the cow, me and bring ina decision according to the Hol merits of the milk. It was blue. "Is your wif...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 February 1881

g kOtIj(OF 35 AIAXO. She Is a Tenneseeam asd batls f eom  solivSr. . Correspondence San Atonio Express. Texans confess keen interestin facts affecting the history and fortuneS of David Crockettt. San Antonio is in- st O debted to much of its fame to that of thn erc the heroic martyr to liberty, who fell hnupberOl in the thiokest of the fight within the Alamo. Have you listened to the sim- washing pliest recitalof the facts given by Mrs. cities, wl Hannig, formerly Mrs. Dickenson, nee Wilkerson, in Green county, (teorgiat cipal pol She went, when very young, to Boli- election var, Hardeman county, Tenn. When bition of hardly sixteen she married Dickenson, cd pog a New England tradesman, and, in war drr 1l35, went to Texas. When the re- Actordir volt occurred and Mexican invasion was threatened, Dickenson removed coruspts his youthfil wife to San Antonio. tings c When Santa Anna appeared before the little city one bright spring morn- presel ing in 1830, Dickenson, who waslieu- es ten...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 February 1881

s4 Jtý UV " 4 ýUk+ 4'L 1t axt f&, 'I I V;, º 3oLrn..a1 orte 3OTB VOL.3. BTONROUG ý; ,!± , }ý ATTORNEY'S. C C. BIRD, ATTrouRn AT LAW. Will Sattend promptly to all nbusinea intrusted to him. Ofee on Convetilon street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, AvrointY AT LAW and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testimony under com slopan$ to all otoler nmatttrs xeqtqintg the att.tbm of an AttOrney oi Ndtar in the pariah of West Baon'Iitbue, Sprn v1s8 SS. LANG, ATrroaar AN" COUNSeLoR . At Law, Donaldsoanille, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louislana. r~IHOS. B. DUPREE ArrozrY 1 and Counselor at Law. Otfice-No. ,, Pike's Row Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the stalh and Federal Courts. HEIgRON & BJALE, ATO0~~s and COUt;xSBLt8 AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near thepost office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bust nesa entrusted to t...

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

W..LON J S5.......Ub . 13ArgN IU)UGE, A b 04iO, t MODEbRN oa'POTIsIe OOC SN. . nor ºI Ut. Salr. un 'I'here have bnuln i the history ano the world some notorious instances of. of 1 4despotic power appartently conferred cra by law. The lRoman Eimperors, like by t Ihe (Czr of ltnnss1, wero visited with very arbitrary authority, but we Bri tdonbt if anything on thile tatte book W of' any other nation tuLnl grealt Iiritau lira lttr elfuall n dlespotisna the infamnof$ ImLersrL which is now Ihing hastily )Ipsli)l through her 'Parlinamfent, gei- sil trally kinown as the "C(,ooercion Act." l'lhe following extruat gives an idtl La t Of its scope: to( Auy personl who i+dicla'artd by wtar- ni ralunt l the Lod-Lutlnault to be reasonablly lsusplcttd of Iha:ving either'before or after thll passing of th this tact Ieen gllity tas priueipali or accestsory of high tiwl'tret(), tretaslon fielouy or t'easonable practices, wher eyver cwuljuitted, or ot.aiay crimae pun- wi ishlbly bI y lhtw coullittw...

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

LOCAL MATTERS, ti e ausidal's edition. ti Mr. T. W. Colwell, the well-known a ugar planter of West Baton Rouge, we c: re sorry to learn has been lying qu ,$ tI I for some weeks. ti A tire alarm was sounded on Sunday ti vening, caused by a burning chimney t] Mr. William Thomas' on North str.eet. " he companies turned out in double ti nick time, having occasion only to " how their agility and virt. 1º ABOUT TIHE FAS.iIoN.--Said one of the ti ompositors of the CAI'riroLsAN. the tl ther day: "We ought to run a colmon Ii f fashion items in our weekly." I)--n it fashion quickly remarked anotlher, {hat's what's ruining the' counltry; here's too runch fahlliol )11".. Seven colored exoduist.ers lift the I ;rose Tete neighblorhood for Kansaslll, arrying with thetn isoIle $4,I0O),the sav- s rigs from their al'n ings as tfield lahor- « rs. The question is how long would it tl ake the same nunlllll r of farm hands to at aside that amount in Kansas. This ' s abhont the only hatch of exotdnlters t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 February 1881

CUraIOIS Ca1Mgs. his bi .Remarkable Crimes that have been tbeo Perpetrated into outh Indiana. near New Albany Ledger.Standard. buran Some timehat in the future when the skele local histolian comes to write up the ter's curiosities of crime, in Southern Indi- slow, ana, he will be able, by following the ed. simple records of the co"5, to pro- state duce a work that will be'full of thrill- the 1i ing plots and harrowing details. Go- slow ing back no farther than the days of is a n the Reno family, whose exploits filled Th the entire country with wonder and copit alarm, and whose tragic and terrible Thel deaths in the New Albany jail, at the the c hands of a pitiless masked mob of tario one hundred men sent a thrill of hor- a ma ror through every heart, and ending that with the year 1880, the historian will Corr find material enough to fill a large and ty a closely condensed volume. No one cion, who saw the ileno brothers and Tue! Charles Anderson dangling fi'om the ty, a upper tier of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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