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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 February 1881

a y,! 6 4m` ,, r~,·: -va a. * i· in 01 TRI.ý i.i W. A. L.SUEUR, Publisher 8± J o t Oty a Li. JASTREMSKI, Editor. ?iW9kii J VOL3. B VOL . BAON RUGELOUIIANA THUSDA FEBUARY24. 881 ATTORNEYS. J C. BIRD, ATTORNET AT LAW. Will Sattend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. W. POPE, ArrTOR EY AT LAW and L* Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention ivren to the col. lection of accounts. taking to(tlunony under cornm missiion, and to all other matters reqluiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v2nl3 H S. LANG, Arro NEY AND COUNSELOR L* At Law, Doualdsonvile, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rI HO8. B. DUPREE, ATrroRaNE 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HIERRON &ý BEALcE, ILArrTORNEY and CoUNSELoRs AT LAw. Office on North Bo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 February 1881

Inittoe to which he i asosigned, and l'ritz, of course, when in the mad iknrows Ho other way to do, gve o pu out. 1verybodt wai dolgh d. wit the whole aff . At the the d ner, Mesnrs. Cr , tre ed, f rong Itih , lin l ?ah the s wore dullv 1 on and respoas ed with ap propriate remarks and toasts. SAt night a strong detachment Iheaded by the, and, hsrtlbaded Mesnrs. Chas. }toddy, K. Jf:, Btdrke, J. W. 'BItei, L. .Iadot, K. A. Cross, and Andrew Jackson. It is uselesm to say that the good things if this world were profusely served out Iw convivial tirnten, whoer ciithtitnrshi ;,hbat l doldy Whlen thfl '*wc, 41ma' bours" ,vortook therIn. Theo nltitnost good feeling plrlvaileld throughout tluhe ay, not zisingle ullilei .awat incidenllit, occurring to mar the cede ,ration, one that will long le remnom 1lered by all who participati d or wit nIssale1 it. 14o the gat.lhlLnt owuumbers of Wshling Io(I, : 111111indee)lrpndeInce . 2ILt'l (CAI'TO LIAN Telnl1N iiialy thulks for jj' r ous Ing chi'ot:s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 February 1881

+Mn~uý11A+,rr n v. .y - l."H11 AAQ. PFKw cri' uh~n i 6apiitolioln LOCAL MATTERS. RInunant teeut+ from 1(t centrr u,\ foir maill at tlhe Ringtr Slwi Ig Machino Of lice, blMain Mtreet. Liceownee payers will tlo wtoll to roead Sheriff flnten' notice, re~lating thentto, ill anotser cultunu. fly relflnroneill millr arojrtising col. INnn , it'. ti ill , itit ti htl Ii11t 1 (4 wluI it hilli NA) rowithl, stre w\autl-l in as lrilutl t illily. I hug. --' i .-di it' ll. t iisty i 'litti Il I t it'.t i'i ltit lg i' tl 1N,\\' OrIIV nt1i, tt itit 111i t d lii g g fi' alit" IliourdlIl of illpervi,+orsof till I nivers",ity ; 11141) to, hl- pgresent at th ll, 1'I'44 ('fEnll n t io ll itt/'l'i'. rr Will l tundl al 0 tii Ilt nt rehl ting it t iith ltii'iw York iJetit ry('oli lli y, of Atl'tii 1 , 1 1'oiiii , 111 \v111Ph th1 atttenI tio nI olf ,uri- rm i - hr i4 nalld 1>1l.-\. Thui i'' I ill nei , l it lilln toiti , Englani d. Miy.i -Thue t lt . -j't I* i'ly i I' I i" is b ing thoroullgIhly tril-l 1...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 February 1881

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALES, Tlu STATE OF LOrISIAYA, vs. DELIN Th ý,uent Tax Debtors Parish of East Baton tonge-By virtue of the authority vested In mp d b, law. I will proceed to sell at public auction, ai the (oulrthoase door of this parish, within byC le al salet hourss, on iac Naturdaly, thelith day of Mareb, lin wea A. I). 1P81, in accordance with Section 1 of Act c of No. 107 of the General Assembly of this State, ace rrssio (if i880, the followinglacribed prop- by, erty, forfeited ana sold for delinquent taxes and Z'dll not redeemned to-wit: C A RCENAtX Mrs. M-One lot number five 411 Gatestown: one lot nunmber five, Magnoliavrille. Ela A l'UUSTUS THEODORE-One lot number- vail square number two. nubuarb Boncoaze. C ARBOUVR & BRO--One hundtred and twenty. atcr five cant+s Sandy (reeak, formerly Neensomn: two eas hundrecd ot es, White's Bayou: ten acres So. b aultiaTri'ct. alae ALEXIS. JOHN-Otne andl three-lifounrth acres C on Plank I{ocal, hoaunLedl south lby heir of Repp of oast...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 February 1881

L~t I ! r F i r Iý · ·! f .; r~r ! ,r Y FI L. `7f' f III W.A. LeSLYEtT PublihbewrOo1~u~e.ot* OfiilJor.lo rt itr n rE3AbTREMS1I, Editor., VOL3. BATON ROUGE~ LOUISIA2NA, $ATTTRAY, FJB'E~4 26j$ H ATTORN]YB. C C. BIRD, ATO I T AT LAW. Will Sattedulpromptly to business Intrasted to him. Office on (ionvent on street, between Third and Church streets. n Rouge, La. C W. POPE, Art xE AT LAW and SNSotary Pubic, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attentldn given to the col. h-ction of accounts, taking tstimony under con. mission, and to all other m tters requairing the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr 4 v'hd3 T. L.LANG, ArTorrNg AND COUNSELOR 11. At Law, Donaldeonvlle, La. Will pra tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. I'HOS. B. DUPRIEE ATroazT 1. and Connselor at Law. Oflco-No. 6, Pike' Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the $tate and FederafCourts. 11ERRON & IIEALE, L ArtonaTs aad CoUasetolUs AT LAW. Office on North Boulevar...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 February 1881

TAX COLLECTOR'S SAQL ;i qucnt TU Debt h of. See#aat Baton llone-B v air tu he t7 yoetdel in me note tioort dooer o - pariah, within ac legal sale hourm, on 1n Naturday, the th day ef fareb, we A. P. 1t?1t, In accordance with Section I of Act acr of No. 107 of the(eognral A.mrmblayofIb 0ate, by weaaion of 1,,the .foIlowin dscib prop. T ar.ty, forftl1tod anil ada for tie gqbtlitt4 and 4 niot redlemred. to-wit: on AIRCENAUX Mra. M-Onn lot number five Ell ti;atetown; one lot numbtr five, Magnollavlec. va A UQUMUT 1i {OI)DOlE--ono lot number- 4 siiumre number two. asuburb lonmwaze. act ARBOUTR & BR()-OnehurnMled and twenty d tfive nicrew hanldy (reek, formerly Neesom; two bv hundred acren. Whites liayon; ten cre 6lo- ak A IN 1, .JO'N---On. and three-otiurth sreeN of o b I'lnk RIoad, bondied south by hirs of RIPP kt .0s't by IL. lauches, w-est by Plank hoad. c AIl'AZIN, SARAH M'rs.-Threte lotatsum tn. 1)15 t wV, t1re14 tod tour, slinitre number Ai. e0 It-niuregirnl T'rwnt, tonefluh ll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 February 1881

LOCAL MATT$PR. *. HRemnant laces from 10 oeb l p, for I sale at'the Singer Sewing Machine Of- #o lice, Main street. Lticenee4 payers will do well to read le Sheriff Bates' notice, relating thereto, of in another column. By reference to our advertising col- 8i umns, it will be seen that board, with sa two rooms, are wanted in a private as family. at Gien. ,lJastremski left this morning for New Orleans, to attend a meeting of the Board of Supervisors of tin'e University t also to be present at the Press Conven ot tion. CI Eleewhere will be tifnnl an adver tisement relating to the New York re .Jewelry Company. of Atlanta, Georgia,w to which the attention of our read- Wt ers is called. Thos. Jianes, llarlington, England, of nays :-The "Only Lung l'ad'' is being re thioroiughily tried lre. One aIndy has d. already receivedl great benefit, who b h13s sotlered for years tinin Blronchitis a and Asthma, landl congestiotn of the right bhl lung. --S4. .Id. ii Iteuminnt laces front 1U s ants up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 February 1881

iI*W JANT$Z*MNCi....3i......Z6 r W. A. 54VPVEi .. "».'.'. .PsbWU a' MIODERN1 DESPYO'WSS1. GPIM nt'OTJU. 0001 N. 0. Mornig ftar. 1fhl Thtcre have heen is the history of a11151 the world sonme notorious Instancesn of of t lcspotik power nppaoently copforred 4rs by law. Th'lo Ionian Emperors, like bný I hie Cv.r of Rlnisia, wxer visited with C very aribitrary authevrity, lbut we Bri doubt if anythi' got ths statute book of any et4hr ination thIn great lritanhe can equal in ldespotism the infamous me lueasure which is now being hlnstily putshed tktough her Parliament, getn- saf orally known aIs the ''Coercion Act." 'Cho followisg extruct givEM( an idea an ot its scope: too Any person who iMdeclatreldby war- 151 1rant. of thie L1ord-Lioutenant to ho rI'asonatily SUs)pectAed of having tither I:fiore or after the passinig of the this iet beeti gulity as principal o' wh accnssory of high treason, treason leloty or rclano naoblC priactices, whur- wt aver eottllittdl, or of iany criloe pun wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 February 1881

xi' uhl~il Q appttohanc LOCAL MATTERS. ;.: , . ýueodný'5 edition, M.T W.Colwell. tit., wull-known' Hlagar pVtanter of 55n1t Iljatot l luge, wo 21111 sorry to 14'221l hay1 Ih1"eei Iniiig (ltit ill fior 441)31 w4.1I. A. liro alrina ¶vnw soi.11.teil on -ilSunay 411 IlIlIug, 411112444l IIy 1a hlurIuiuag clhitllnllty at Mt' . S'ViI~u tiig 'I'i0401,2'4' (.n Ni 4I't i 2 strlet. '('be' lntajN~tneti tuinic,! out Itt Ihou1110" ,nick titiiu', Ilavitng 444!4'212io412 4111i tI4 show' their agility 1140! vim. Axaou '( r1t: L''FAwuloN".--;iwil 11104' (of 1,41' 4'44ivi44)4itgi' ii tlhe' (.lI'riOJIAN, t1hu1 other day ''We ought. to 10142 1I (:l I4122l of lihlian ituo's in 114r 221' 2V4'2Kv.'' Iº-n the" t'ashi~uo12 4ui2'kiv rim'o2lk jiao hc', thata'.ie ,ht's rui11t tits' l''o111 141 $eta61J cOuOtrId .;;i;11t4';'11 tuft1 thea oarr ying ivtlº t It1h'11t 40I111u .i.24122,thi' 24221 iugs t'r0i1t I hi-' t'irahuing4 as mliei hmIJOP flFM. '11141 2(414'14t.2441I is4 1101%' olon tWIIIIIII it tike Ill' th llln...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 February 1881

ýx uh[ trlp Qapetolian LEON JASTRFI l Editor W. A. NAOVEU3IB.".....""" .Publlrber BATO1Q ROUo1, FEB. Q6, pS1. Lafayette Advertiser: On the 8at of February the Baton 1Rouge CAPI- 1 roLAx entered upon its third year of t earnest useful journalism. It has al ready accomplished mach and attain- 1 ed a high rank, We wishb it may con- t tinue its present career of usefulness and Bever grow "weary in well do- 1 lug." On Monday the Charlestown Cadets It and Boston Lancers, escorted front Hlammondl Stntion by the Continen- t talc, reached New Orleans, where they were enthusiastically received t by the Militia and the Association of the Army of Virginia. The Massa elhusetts troops participated in the paradtla on the 22u1, which was a grand affair : so the papers report. a Gretna Courier: The Lotuisianla 1 CAr1'rotiAN is now good two years, i and otiters upon its third year as one I among the best newspapers in Louis- t inna. Under Col. Jastremnki and Le- I Sueur, it has been a success trout i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 February 1881

1 HONOR OF ASHI1NTOL P318e of tie Fire 1B 1rtmiit. GLORIOUS WEATHER AlD A BEAU TIFUL DISPLAY. The Gaillat lire Boy. of the High. Iand'Cityd *Credl to Thnumselvs'. acd to the Capital of tlde Stpte. Never Were the skies clearer, nor the #iun more radiant than on Tuesday, the 149thAnniv ersary of the birth of the Father of his Country. It seemed as if the fury. f the Winer. King had been aoothed by the approach of the day whichbthe gallant Firemen of Baton $iugh cetebt'lfted With unusual eclat: The streets were almost as smooth as u shell road and the marching men could well, as shey dul, keep time to the in tpirltiuig'tusic oof that splendid hand, till INDEPI:NDEYT SILVER CORNET, Promptly at the hour of 12 the parade was organized on the Boulevard; when upon the order of the Grand Marshal, with banners flying, horses prancing to the enlivening strains of the excellent Amateur Band of our city, the gaily at tired Fire Brigade took up the lino of march, in the following order ROMAIN CAZ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 February 1881

#"', WRJ@R 0JIUbSa° ;bhis b Remarkable Ceimes that have been Perpetrated In south nialiA.l * I near New Albany Ledger"Standard. r burn Some time in the future when the skeh local historian comes to- write up the ter's curiosities of crime in Southern Indi- slow ana, be will be able, by following the ed. simple records of the courts, to pro- statE duce a work that will be full'ofthrill- the I ing plots and harrowing details. Go- slow ing back no farther` $an the deys of i8 a i the Reno family, whose exploits filled TI the entire country with wonder and copi alarm, and whose tragic and terrible The deaths in the New Albany jail, at the the ( hands of a pitiless masked mob of tari( one hundred men sent a thrill of hor- a mt ror through every heart, and ending that with the year 1880, the historian will Con find material enough to fill a large and ty t closely condensed volume. No one cion who saw the Reno brothers and Tue Charles Anderson dangling from the ty,; upper tier of cells in t...

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

J 6 ~ . :1 f A ý- ý; K 1 9. W. A. I W.A.Leff YEUR, %blghe y L. JASýT&E1VI, Editor.oty VOL.3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUTS : 47Q,. 1ý ATTORNEYS. C( C. BIRD, ATTORNY At LAw. Will . attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. O on Convention street, between Third and llch streete. Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, Arroitt. xr LAW and G. Notalry Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention givi- to tthe col lection of accounts, taking testinlo y under coni mission, and to all other matters rlequirmi the attention of an Attorney or otary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v'n13 H S. LA WNG, ArrotnY AN COUNSELOR *11 At Law, Donaldeouvilie, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. 'I'iHOi. B. DUL 'RP EE, A'rroaNEY J. and Counselor at Law. Office--No. f, Pike's stow, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. ERRON & BEALE, ATiroHyr s and COUNSELORS AT LAW. Otjhce ,n North Boulevard street, near the post office, Ba...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 March 1881

tION JaApoTRnEWUI-.* N*Edt W. A. Le.OlNV ....... .Phbluher BATON ROUGE, MARCH 1, 1881. The gowing winter wheat crop in this.country this year, covers 3,049, 6311 acres, against 2,970,080 last year. No, Melinda, you are wrong; it is rot the sharpness of the point of a pencil that makes a paragrapher; it is the sharpness of the fellow who makes the point.-Philadelphia Item. A Wisconsin farmer twenty-three years ago planted a piece of waste land, unfit for cultivation, with black walnut trees. The trees are now from sixteen to twenty inches in diam et'r and have been sold for $27,000. The Charleston (S. C.) News says that the Georgia Historical Society have a drum which was used at the battle of Cowpens, 17th of January, 1781. It is in good preservation and serviceahle, and traces its existence back to Major Cuningham's Georgia Bafttalion. The Port Vincent Livingstonian containel an illiterative fling to the effect that "The St. Bernard Eagle was a little but live, loud, lustrous and l...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 March 1881

ri uAhl MlapitolinS LOCAL MATTERS. A man' buharacter is like a fence--t cannot liho streSngthened by whitewaoh. - Remnant tIces. frowm 1, cenuts up, for rale at the Singe.r Sewing Macblue Of dic, Main Street. FactL to renember: iSouw men are good beooause goodness pays bestr; Iomen are good for nothing. Lotndon cominhtilation ne'trlhes, Fino in 7 package, for '25 cents, at Singer Swing t Machline Ollic.' Main Street. .JAY I). l'Nvl li, Clerk, Wabalsh Shops, 'lt'leao, Ohio, says :--I ill ii now wearing an "Only Lung l'Pad,'t" lu It hast affllorlilded me almotiii instant reliet f from asthlma.--,eo .sJtlr. A teachllr akPel l,is cl1ns: "Hoilw doI yellou pro~lio le s-t-i-l-g-y ."' A siirt Ihey- sltoe[ ptllll .nd aid : "'That depenilds iL great .ldeal on whether you meanlll to I Ilse it on a an Oir a + Wan'p S" ,Jabcohl Fahicrt, ofil lte MSunster is onie of I the boys who kunows how to fix ll- I t ona.le that upsets teilit, hi'alhie. ''Thnre I la anl old saying that "explri'nce is the...

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

A BITTER RETRIIU'TION. Wedded to a Gambier, Who Rlltie Pieter and Charges his Wife With Murder. Early on the morning of July 6th, 187L , a i.arriange drove up to the Par ker house, Bloston, from which alighted ta young and handsome man. lie gazed about him for a moment, and then reentered the coach. He had hardly seated himself when a young girl, scarcely 19, with a face as purely beautiiful as a rose-blossom, approached the vehicle and seated herself heside the ctcupantiut within. The coach then proceedod on its way through the c~ity, until it reached a gloomy mansion. The man knocked. The door was opened and they en tered and were tlshiered into an ante chtlnhler, where stood ai woman of harsh and tlorbidding featre s, and Iside her was a man who purported to he the ticlliatinlg clergyman. lie optened some hook, the cereumonly was ,ii ui n,1ld o'ver in a stranige, indisti nct mannier, the ring was placed on the finger, of thei bridle, the pair was pro nounced man atnd wie, the Ibo...

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

C:~ :a& ~: I·,.Ail ' T '... -~l K" , ~epI$L P riae '" -. L.JAS .'Y ..EUýA_ .,"31' 1 1Y p j I VO..BAT~N TJE, LOUISIAN'A, TI :.$L' ' " VOL 8 ATTORNEY8., C. C. BIRD, Arroiixar AT LAW. Will * atteid promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office o0 Convetton street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. CW. POfM ATre IT Al" LAw and Sotry PabllPot Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testimnony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Atletney or Notar in the parish of West Bate ,3m e. apmrv'in13 H . LANG, ArrosarY A~sD COCxsaLO . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louislana. rl'HOS. B. DUPREE, ATrownx I and Counselor at Law. Otfice-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HERRON & BEALE, ATroRNIYs and CoUasLOi AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. W...

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

LEoN :M#MJ .,T~~~PI!·i ··...ly~ LW. A. Le " E ". . a D BATON ROUGiE, MARCH 3. 1881. The President convened the Senate fort in cextLiL sesldonO Ist. ltf it... , its The Catholic Orphanage at Hyde Isa J'ark,i'Seranoli has been burned. f lifon clti ren'wicre .tgon 1ut,,die a and two are muissing. ter 'The itoers have again defeated the jud British at Spitsl ot, neair Laingenek. of lHeport state'that Gen Colley is kill- we 4'd and only qie hundred British es- tl( caped. ha - ý--- oui hI certain parts of Germany the to ptwasautry' consider it good luck to m:eet a pig. Soldiers out foraging il lot this country dmuing the war used to think the same way. M( All members of the cabinet except tat Shermanu will tender the'ir resignations a to Garfield after he is sworn in to-day. ,Shernmahs resignation which is al- 11 ready tenlierted to lhayes, will take Cl( ,ftiect to-day. a" The religious ceremony of the sntr- th riage of Prince William and Princess le; .\ugusta was performed Tuesday in ih...

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

LOCAL MATTERSL. *, I Mr . Wittz Ig "1111 suilnte 'bee-hires for sr s.ale. ee adveirtisemtent.tc becing dune' *-Wi aul the speed PQ8gsnible, considerirng the slow luIl helvy 4liara- of t1 rt (1 the wrk. al 'I'll(h worst thing abhlutt kissing a Pitts- Si belt girl ix tbiist yr(t I:r ta dt llh z Sil*-Id si unai clntt sl (ºIrr 3 yqlq.n()MCq othexfetrt" wn 311311 till e.1eiMr rl: h t!ii t ntret punip. a1i 1':tekagc,.for'1 ý;eeut. qt.~t jyer S.'wits' ,1 4ItI'lhiie 3 )ffice, Malini Street. Tra~ins oil : tlru 191}Ooj}, 1 uulugp, tI;~cg t(. 'I'cetc will lll~elnOlul B !tail~t i(1 have teas- ("; 4.11 r3'3ni3nh on ,tiI!itt o ' Ioe'rflow, hº (:3ti15il11 .1' liigi~ ýtatt.,t fit'lti 14lil'gailz 1i. 1tr.rle'iiig is no13w tieotlt14'r of1 tlhe (lay a ill thiee Highland City. it is 58i4 that a .I guolul gardenl L is moIrei"' tha l. itllf i ltn- "I nler's living. a3111 it behooves3ct m3' flrig oars 1r to "filake lull whilelt t iih i 511iitl1s." (1 The t1 \ecthi4ct" fur the pas;\t tulle. or' tit-e 11 fe...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 March 1881

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALES, o ! TATE OF LOUISIANA, vs. DELD'. quenti Tax Del;tora Parish of East Baton "soug',-By virtue of the authority vented in me Iv, law. I will procseed to sell at public auction, at tihe Courthoure door of this parish, within lre al sale hours, otin Saturday, the 8th daJ of arheb, A. D. Itel, in a"eordance with Section 1 of Act ot No. 107 of the Getneral Asermbly of this State, de nsssion of 1t 0, the following described prop. h e:rty, fosrfeited and sold for delinquent taxes and pp out redeir ed. to-wit : ARCE At'X Mrs. M--One lot number five ni Gatestown: ,ine lot nunmber tive. Magtrollavflle. l AUGUSTUS THEO1)ORI--One lt uuulher- L squlare numniber two. suburb lon''eat'. va A 1RBOUR &. BRti-Ol' hundred and twenty tive w.rsea Sandy Creek, formerlyv SNe'sotn ; two ed liunidred acrls. Whlitses Blinyoul: ten nres Slo- to tuui Tract. AL EXIS, JllON-Oiie and threle-fourth acres ac oni lank Road. uliilnded south by heirs of Repp so easLt l ' . Sain'l'es. west I'v...

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