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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 March 1881

4Z4" a~~~~ ~ ' ' o p`. ~~L~BFII ~ I ~ i~iij~ WA.L.SUEU1I Publisher ccOfr.0ia 3'our3ý.1 S. Le O`% "44 ý R ., Eýýa L. 1 AMTR1EMMK1, Editor. f 1' VO.~.BTN ROUGE, LOUISI A NrvT IUB2AY M'ARC I VOL. 3. BATONi iI: ATTORNEYS. i ( C. HIRi b ArroaY Al LAW. Will J attenld Polplly to aUll buhins intrunted to bihn. IOthe o. S ouv.entlou Ntrtiat, be,tweeu 'hird ad n Jhunrh streoete, Baton kiage, LI. C. 1 'W'. 7P3, ATWK'vr A'r LAW and . Not Pu'bllc, 'Port .lAUlln, IWL ttonl Ron.ge, La. iltwdeal atthntlon give, to Ith coU Ihetlon of accoants, taking tetthnolIy uuder cIort. inilttlonl, and tI all other mlatters iqulrnlg thile at.tion tof n +ttoir*ey or Nutary in the' parish I' Welt laton Rouge. qPi r1Inl l L #$.LANt , AIoAro nr,. A,> Cou5sLo " At Law, DonaldaonVll', La.) WVIll prWac tlce in all the courts' of the State Co Loullsna. 'IHOM . P. 1)1 t1G ,C,. ATrOINRY . and Counsithor at Law. Ortice-tNo. Q, Pike's How, lIat,i lougse, La. Will prt4Ice in the Stlte andt Federal Courts. SHRON& H...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 March 1881

.1 W. A. SUUIEU*vav$ ....Wsbin. 4 I BATON KOUIE S COi 31, 18811: l Teas has regained the Demorat to banner of 187(1, which Georgia ladt 'won at the time. i (G*r. Churchill having vetoed the « revenueo biJ, Arkansas finds itself I without a rvenueo law. b 'lis im t. Idartinwvillo Ohrvear np- t plands the aiction of tihe city council of tiat; phºe, for appropriati'tg $.150 to aid in the construction of a branch t, to the Mirgan Railroad. Charlt' 8. Fletcherlci, of New Or- o Ic tn, thn T'rreasauver of Louisiana Ho0se Pire Conipany's iFund, himas taken t Drench leave, along with tlvenl hluna Tred dollars of tihe Company's funds. a ............ . cl Gob. Wiltz las returncd from 8& T Martinaville, whithei lie has been P spending ai few days among his f4'iends anid relhtivot. lie looks uach improved in health, o the newspa p er reporterssay. ... hi. The ordinance of the City Council i ,Of Now Orleans, granting certain im- Al pIortantrati'nchises ard privileges to 3 the New Orleans Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 March 1881

'LOCAL MATTERS. lrf 1 4mdniustal r of Pollee. Ms. tlbs01-Pliee sanonnee aie as candi* of date fotr telection to the office of Administrator' of Police. Election to be held on Monday h April 4th pmr. T. s. IIILEN. EarUM CArTOLuaM.-You will plc, anddunenr the name of Mr. W. P. KIDI), fof the ofilce of Administrator of Police, subjce't to the votel of i the people, at the municipal electi n to be held CO on the 4th of April and oblige I al M 1. VeT i':a., For Administrator of FlBone. i We are anre borized to annonlnc. MI(CHAEL 1I C'HAM llERIS as a calindidate for 4lldiuiutrator tl of Plnance at goe pproaching n'.uiilpal c'ine tiou, den Monday, Apil4th, pr,,xt Pi Couselelmen1 t ze EltllCAfMro1IAa--Plga.e nna, e M re . ge JOIIN J. WAX and JOHNGT I  caltdi. dates lfo Coilnailmen, First dWar. Miinaeipedi Electien to be hold on the fourth p A jril, next. tr * MANY I'Trl,',nt. uS ItrIiIIT OArrITOLIAN- Yo' will  ehiv entlnliufllne s the pamS of MOLT RE LA)11.1. EmI., as a candidate for m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 March 1881

lotppneid Ta _Collector's ales. 'TATE OF LOUISlAiA,' vs. DILIN. qleut Tax Debtors Parish of East Baton sugie-lIy vnrtne of the authrlity vested in me by law. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Courthouse door of this parish, within -legal salw hours, on Patarday, the Id day of April, A. 1). I.il, in accordance with Section I of Act No. to1 of the General Assemblyof this State, session of 1e80, the fellowing described pop. erty, fhrfeitied and sold for delinquent taxes and not redeemed. to-wit: ARCENAUX Mrs. M-.Onelot number five U;atestown; one lot number tire, Magnoliaville. AUGUSTUS THEODORE-hOne lot number sqIuare nnmber two. suburb Bonecaze. A RBO1ITR & RO)-One. hundred and twenty tive acres Sandy C(reek, fItitnerlv Neenoun; two Iinlilre.d nIt,-s. Whit,'e Iia3 inHo ten Iacl'tn Slo rumli Tract. A LEX IS, JOHIN--(hw and tlhre-fotrlth airel:s til Plank Itnad, bontded south hv hy his of 1'Repp eaist hiv . Slanlhem, wes-t iy Plirnk load. Ai/FAZIN, SAIRAHI Nfrs.-Thre...

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

ý', Ný , nb`ý .r" ,, ,, , , J ý ,"y... .. " ,k'iý ,,,ý `K,-,,.,,h .... ...=,, ' ... -' ,, ......... i' r" I I .. . . • . . . . ' - . . '  - . : , - - : . ': i: " .. .. . . .....s 4 1 ý '' ; M4! *1 ' W. A. OSEE ulae Ocia1,Jo-urn~a1 or the Olt'V and. Pa'i1I [  . BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY, API {h 1', VOi i 3. i ý t l ATTORNEYS~ C . BI D, ATToumYr Ir LAw. Will CO attend promptly to all bus nes intrusted to him. Ofice an fUention 4eet, between 'Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, Airomut AT Law and * Notary Public, Port Allez, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention g to the col. lectios of accounts, taking testi under com mission, and to all other matters requin.rg the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. ap r4 v2n13 HI 8. LANG, ArroaxTarm Couxesto . At LaIw, Donaldeonville, . Will prao tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. 1iHO18. B. DUPRE , ATroaSer . and Counselor at Law. Offie~-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 April 1881

mi 5AST3UEBKI.........mq'~ W. A. L.1U3WB **... 3&TOl ROUGE APRIL 9. 1881 Texas has regained the Democrat is bannerof 1876, which Georgia had W. wen at the time. I: Gov. Chuknrchill having vetoed the sr nsvenuo bill, Arkansas finds itself rn wLhoaut a revenue law. b _ . - . _ --O - ite TheSt. Martinawille Observer ap- to plands the action of the city councll of that place, for appropriating $250 at !t aid in the construction of a branch tv to the Morgan lailroad. ha - -------- In Charles S. Fletcher, of New Or- eo leans, the'T'reCasInerof Loisiana Hlos di Fire Comnpan3's Fund, hals taken ti French leave, along With seven khun- pi dred dollars of the Company's fthds. al Gov. Wiltz has returned from St. T' Ulartinsville, whithe hle has been P; eptoding a few days amonng his Al friends and relatives. lie looks amch f, improved it senaiti, so Iie unuHeºpa per repI;:.e t .rsaay. -- . . --... h The ordinance of the City Council is of New Orleans, granting certain im- A' pertant franc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 April 1881

1. AB the gme f the paleie of iC4ar, I aw a eldiew,. Hfeinbudieoe heletail: Hle is rebael m as sk But be oly r aowe fbur werl I SIt I mld to the soldier : "Thea halt twenOl semerns t 1 It the u eenl o oveI ' 0a To whlt bseauoltf ymaag girl! nIoat tbou giJel tby heart t" r "Iea on /iurd l" I (,lose to the palae.- f fa the deep river i A youth In drowningl The srewd gather* mil ranr "oldlir, will thlu nout a s 1' 'I. a on Iard "' IV. p Sn old man 1i panaminl h by It 14 the soldier'a father 1 BIecaoue he bas mot paid the )A. 'rhey are leading him away ko beat him. "My son," he eriem, "defend ;me'" a "I eº on guard r"' And I, beholdilnl, departld From the handsome oldtier,' hiding my face in my hIudl, Ond Id Lobbing aid sighing. For I remenmlr proverb o'itnorgia: "Ivcry soldIer must have & .hearti of stnon."' - -- - -- t "I KNOW IT." e t At, seventee'n yeartn of aIgn I was more m of a man than I havouover oemt since. I wore a long.-tailed coat and hoota (to a which the appulrtnan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 April 1881

)1n5 IIU SI ..."0#t...."..iO W. A. 1eewaWS ********""PubI sheul BATON ROUGE APRIL 2. 18891 A M>STOw eO.ISI Ws raImW. We received, on last Sunday morn ing, a letter from Mr. Ernest D. Wil llama, a member of the Boston Lan. cer, whom we met on the occasion of his flying visit to Baton Rouge, in t company with his comrade, Mr. Ab bott, who had induced him to come and take a viewofhiseampinggronea d during the late war. We met the gallant Bostoniansatour landing, just as they were going aboard the Mary Houston on their re turn trip to Now Orleans, whither we were also going. We had not been long in their comrn pany, ere we had judged them to be what they are, genial, wholesonled and intelligent men. i By the time we reached New Or Teans, we looked upon them as good friends. Thfry had frankly admitted that the. South and its people were very different from what they were represented to be at their home. We parted on Canal Street, upon our arrival, to meet again and again. -'The more w...

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

r ukn Qta xtt ain LOCAL MATTERS. For Admtnistrator of Pollee. Mi. Drro-Please announce me as . candi date fotreelection to the offce of A dminietrator of Police. Election to be held on Monday April 4th prox. T. B. hIlLLEN. EDITrro CArrroux--Yon will pichaee announee tie name of Mr. W. P. KIDD, for the offcl of Administrator ofPolice, subject to the vote of the people, at the municipal election to be held otu the 4th of April and oblige, MAr VYOP'u,. For Administrator of Filance. 1We are authorized to nnnouence MICHAEL CHAMBERS as a candidate for Adiministrator af Finance at the approaching muvnicipal olec tion, on Monday, April 4th, prox. For Councilmen. ED)ITOI CAPIoOIretANl-PIea.e alinoltnlletr, Mers. ,JO()lN .. WAX and JOHN GlA IIY as candi lates for Counn(eiirnen, First Ward. Mulnlip'il Election to be held on the' fouerth ofe April nerxt. fANY V'eTERS. EITOn CArITOI.IAN-Yon will pleac" announce the name of MOLIERE IAN(E. Eslq., ns a candidate for memlber of the City C(ouncil, f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 April 1881

by lh +.- -rPlace STaTE OF_ LOUI v0 . DElr- 8J C §qn t Tax DTO s.. Ysralz ,tgut'Buton orles uge~By-virtotiof the ettarbty vested in me l by law. wllproceed to aeflat public auction, am t at the Courthouse do of this parish, within r legal sale hours, on GA SatMuday, the "24 a4y of April, A. D. 1sl, nm accordance with iSection1 of At Jonef Ki No. 107 of the General Assemblyofthis State , GI session of lb80, the following described prop-` two erty, forfeitedand sold for dceinquent taoslbnd Wi not redeemed. to-wit: d AECENAUX MLr - M--One lot number ire Gnd Gatestown; one lot number live, Magnolillle. eight AUGUSTUS THEODORE-One lot nnmber--- lips square number two. suburb Bonecaze. Iota ARBOUR & BRO-One hundred and twenty- nine five acres Sandy Creek, fornerly Neesorm; two GI hundred acres, Whites Ba -ou; ten acres Sle- twen cum Tract. tes ALEXIS, .TOH--O fe and three-fourth acres on Plank Road, bounded south by heirs of Hepp BI east by Ro. Suanches, west by Plank Road. hand ALTA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 April 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. FPer Adllllstrater of Fllee. Ms. ndDITOR-PleIn e anouanee mfil au e.indl. date for rseleetlon to the ofiae of AdmllalOtrator of Pollee. Election to be bold ark Monday April4th pros. T. I. fIIlJN. ltorroi CrairrroIAn-To will plni;ºe annuance kb name of Mr. W. P. KI ll), for the omee of Admelnltlrtor of Pollee, euijetC to the otle of the pe.opl, al the munirpali eletione to be held or the 4th of April and obllge M ANA V'trin, Per Admalaitrator ofr Flasm# . We are aithorlned to eiineounee ', Ii(;l[A At, I ; HA M FiKRi t  a canelidlat I'for A d'eieiltrator of Finanrce at then approln'hiliog mnlidlpal eioe.'. i ionU, on Monday, April 4th, pr,,. For (Coonellme'n. rl'eteit(JA l'rlrro AN-I'Inane e aIn oiur,oe MeaCI'l. .l1)l IJ. WAX and .li)llN HiitAli' n r,.oelli date.. for (ounneilmeon, lir4l. « ':1. M ninICIi1l Iintion to h ehld on t he I'utl rl h of Il,, e I.. MANY t'I'IICtMN. I.nroanCarl' t ntI,IAN- Yoe will pheiInaenoen)nv llhO lnatl of M .ll,l IIE I,A NIIF.; ;ESl., ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 April 1881

riem t22 commed *i tu, "The cultivation of Jute in ladi* consists ofa thorough preparatiotnof the land as for wheat. The seeds, which are about the size of white mustard, are sown broiidcaet and bai rowed or brushed in, and there fi no more work necessary until the plant is ready to be cut. The proper time for cutting is indicated by the bloom, which will appear in two and a half months. The fibre Is at that time best, and becomes harsh if the plant is allowed to stand until the seed ri pens. It is srated in the United States Agricultural Reports the yield of Jute fibre per acre in India is eight times that of otton on the same quantity of land, and that the average height of the plant on good land, is six or seven feet, and that as early as 1874 India :exported more than I,0(.),000,000 pounds of Jute fibre. The.preparatiou of the fibre is very simple. The stalks are bound in bun dles and thrown into the bayous or draining canals and ditches where they are allowed to remain a week, ...

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

.ýý ý m par L . Lý JAýT~iýM motor. Offiotal Journal of the inty and Pari e -. 8. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, API. "ir • ii: 9 9 - • 9 I· inn mm m nnimu uN nn •nm . U I II _I _ _ n _ II I I I II III I II In. N~ INNI Inli N I em unr ii ATTORNEY. C1 0. 3IR1) ATronYr iAT LAw. Will /, attend promptly to all b soee nltrusted to him. Otfice on Couverptio treet, betwoen Third and Church treets. Ba oa Rouge, La. C/ W. POPE, A'Vrnvo AT LR A amt . Notary Publlc, Port A I*, West Baton kmtae, La. Special attention ci ken to the col lectlon of accounts, taking teetd ii3y under corn. mission, and to all other matteral tquiring the attUrtion of an Attorney or Nt a in the pariah of Welt Baton Rouge. , r'l vnl3 LH WLANU.L , ArroRNv NF Co saxoan IL. At Law, Donaldlonvill,, Ii Will prac. tihe In all the courts of the $tatei!f Louisiana. r'HO()n. i. I)DUJ: EEC, ArroRnar 1 and Counelor at Law. Otlloe-No. U, Piko's Row, lutton rItogel La. Will practlce in the State and Federal (.ourt...... .. IKRlU...

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

we.,,., ýýý, WW . . i[1* ******* OI , ~J ý ...........ý V.A.. At Baton Rouge te CArITOUa the V-ii as$eaits usal bandsome appearance, the oth ",ý. .. o º. : tl.a..'ng....V : The the ''' tie 8 *~eamc y.. P.,,t1taod i 5 ,, . g6 +ve Democracy it "goes bak" at echo in ita~e,' the Vindicator, but despise !Ihas the whip h) Yet, at, alt se :l'ttLkestr ongerargnments than tht gaevrert carge ofdesertion of Dei- recogn t,rty to .dislodge the Vindicator honora '*oR ite position ofadvocating the ma- Mr. e.,,eial interests of theSouth to the pQg and seo Rtical advantage of the Ndrthetn' read a '.'eocratic leader. When it lbpked' Telegr * Oigvely for Hancock, the National can pa Committee would hardly concede as a re ":Mabaode tbeprivilege of votingtthe log thi ..,eket. They did not want any long cans v . ,·dlsion.inthe matter of Federal pa- gracef lanage.. Now, "Little Billy" doesnt Mr. Iamkbe kindly to the caucus' whip ahd and I be is a itaitor-and we'll wager the would eople of Virgulia are...

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

LOCAL MATTERS.. We had the pleasure of a call thi .orning from Thos. Sefton, Esq., Vic P resident and Manager of the "Homn itSpoe Company of New Orleans company with his General Agents Messrs Gourrier & McNair. The CAýPITOLLtNacknowledges the call of Governor Wiltz, Major Mellon and another gentleman from New Orleans, whose name, unfortunately, we failed to ;catch, at the time. The Gov'ernor and Major Melloa will proceed to, Jackson, La., on a visit to the Insane Asylum, as soon as the College Board will have ad journed. Judge Kennard, the Attorney of the N. O. Pacific R. R. arrived on last Fri day. He visited West Baton Rouge on Saturday and .Sunday, regarding the dispute which had arisen about the right of way for the Baton Rouge Branch road. We understand that the chances for a settlement of the matter outside of legal procedures, are good. It is to be hoped that the planters across the river will discover the uselessness of throw ing further impediment in the way of the cons...

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

The'King fSR1 P pP4 s I rgtgo apon 11 Engffk' ',selseb, tP o sons and" property in the ports of Spain. Drake went out to sea with six armed ships, and captured San Doi mingo, Carthageglaand St. Aungtin. E Philip 11. was now preparing the greatest armament that the combined navies of Spain and Portugal, of Na- m ples and Sicily, of Genoa and Venice, bli conld waft across the seas to crash the arch heretic of England. Rome blessed the undertaking. Prophecies d had been heard in divers languages that the year 1588 should be "the oa most fatal and ominous unto all es tate ;" and it was now discovered lai that England wa'4o be the object of a this great maritime enterprise. Yet th England did not quail. The whole * community became of one heart and th -mind. Drake determined to deal a blow at the heart of the Spanish project. lie sailed from London with four Queen's ships and twenty-four fur nished by the merchants of London. At the beginning of April, 1587, the or English teet entered t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 April 1881

w. A. L.StIUUR, PubYisher om$a 4/ o! tbg City {`id P1 t L. JA$TREMmKXI, Editor. J td . Q VOL.. 3 BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY,' APRIL ATTORNEYS. 1 C.' flIRI). AT'ronNXy AT LAW. Wilt . ateml prompty to ill 1u.snlul IntrltitME to him. Ott(oo on (lounvcltltiol street't, lbtwlooo Thirdt mad Church Atrltf.L, iatUt oitt~gei, 4L.. C- 1V % OPE, .1ttoN.s AT IAW lm i. d u Natory Public, Prt. .All,,, W,.t I1it,,1, tougng, La. 0lu1(il Itthllttlon given tl Iit' cil. lnctloti of aclounlts, taking tc.tiuonty uhltder conl. tl.1Mfiou, oan to all other itlnttltri rquttirnml the attntlon lof miu Attornlly or Nottrv in tthe ptirlsh ol' WYest latott Iloit,. lit",l vtua:l - .IANJ. Arlrotrv. A, Cot:nitltt. Il. At Law, l)oshldlslvllu", li,. Vill prao. tile In Itil th o llrlltN o time HLatt, of Louisiana. A.l. 1$. ') rti *L. IEE. Arlrottuh Iland .;onullC,flu t I llAw tlth'--No. t t, Pittk,' itow1, lihtn l ontIgl, l.a:. Will prmtt tie ito tih i'tt nd i, &,rl M.nl . 1rt l iotIt. N Itt it iAot <...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 April 1881

4 we A.a TON i aI IATON The French Academy will notwarwd Pt" nted e.Lprliefor poetry this yeas,U. fbe being In at leees sent in being "deplriply t left . e letti k." iquestion ol Capt. Bird, of the Floating Opera, free tuitiot will sue Marshal sWharton for $25,- young lad d4 damages, as the bond given by other Inati ban ilee when he hadul the boat at- have takel tached, is said to be perfectly worth- lleoty to te. follows: Thirty thousand barrels of oilleak- Gae. ie ad oat of a tank near Bradford, Pa. here Moud Most of it ran into Tuna creek, and tion for m. for some distance the surface of the enough to stream is covered. A guard of polcle Universit_ has been placed on duty alog >he it co nme a banks to prevent any malicious per- i rom son from igniting it. dorsing ti .+----- - general m A perfect tornado of Newspaper country, wrath has broken upon the just ad- to womuh Joarned California Legislature. Peo- dur hrsel ileare every year getting more and sef-a pi more weary of Le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 April 1881

LOdAL .MATTERS. Seed's Gilt Eige Tonic prevents Malaria Call at M. J. Williams',on Main street, 4And see the celebrated Champion Moni-. tor cooking Stove. Col. Will A. Strong, Secretary of State, remained over after the adjournment of the meeting of the Board ot Supervisors of the Univebsity till to-day. He goes from here, for a few days,to his home on Red River. Rev. P. Berthet, the estimable Curate of Pointe Coupee, is on a visit amoag his numerous friends here. 'he wortthy Father looks in splendid health and speaks encouragingly of the prospects of the fertile section he lives in. The Pastor's Visit, is the title of a small weekly journal published at the Advocate office, for the Baton Rouge Methodist Church South. It contains appropriate editorials and select reading matter, which will doubtless prove of interest in the family circle. The price of subscriptibon is $1 per ea1. Governor Wiltz departed ftr New Or leans, on yesterday morning; per steom erJ. M. White. Owing to the fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 April 1881

Jack MGlpin at o d rre re1 , geat croieas. iJack wu a rwea, la tar, "and saii .f$ ocean bluem B( whilet Tore wast fiZherman andi6l-. dom went outsidethe bay. He owned the smael of'Wfich he' was the aeap tain, and his son, Ben, steersman, bi while both could' irol a line with Be equal skill. When Tom was mar~ , rled he rook possession of the bulk of er an old schooner which some long-ago bs storm had stranded apon the beach, or ftted it up for a home, and in it Ben er had been cradled when a baby. It or stood high and dry, and a ladder- th like flight of steps led from the sandy beach up to its front door. e Tom was a prudent man, and Ben a strong, manly, temperate boy; but lo Jack, like most sailors, thought he or must have his grog as regularly as he his meals. One day, as he was wan- th dering aimlessly about the beach, n( watching the incomingvessels through w his glass, he met Tom and, as usual, the old friends stopped to exchange a an word. w, "Where away, Tom t" cried Jack,. F...

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