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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 April 1881

ýr 'r r y L r'4ý ý ii ,, YJ L.MU U PWIjA4 VOL.3 BAO OGL-YSAA 1ý, M 1 ? i +'3a rww~ ts ." /ws ý-+ ý ý -"n.. ý " ý '.ý+ ý ý d/vo rr.~~x r al r ,A>7A~s : w+nxx+.: r~wr ril'e+Nýr +". ATTORNY8. C1 . BI ID, ATo at AT LAW. Will * attend promptly to all business intristed to hhm. Ofice on Conventon street, between Third and Church streets. _on Bouge, La. SW. PO PE, ArrkI T AT LAw and * Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Ronge, La. Special attetlion iven to the col. kletion of accounts, taking testimony nunder com mission, and to all other m~&trn requiring the attention of an Attorney orrotary in the parish etof West Baton Ronue. ratr 4 n3 U . LAN(G, Arobr A ADCousswoa 1LiAt lTw, Dosdfony!,La. Will prac al the cooris te o ae of Loulalsbt. T and Counielor at Law. t ce-No.U i, Phke e ]low, BHton Rooe, La. 'll practice in the State and Federal oun L ..rts.  HRRRON & BEALE, iArM a.Ers and CoLtSnLow Ar L.xw. Onoe *on North Bounlevard street, pear the post office, Baton Rouge. La...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 April 1881

BATON ', 9. ' 1. Thio aM ity will notaward" .p prizes f poetry this yea*, all the i a n· ' ` rein " ly t a4pt.T Bird, f te Ploating Opera,-I w silne W Watoy.for $25, 0 daiss. hte bon ven b I)an Rice whei iýia& iboat at tached, is 5 to be jirth Thirty thousand batr pfof leak ed out of a tank l(a rad 1 SMost oftit ran into Tetsa ree s 'ikor some h elpaie tesaefacc o? tb striam is cyefei. A guard of police ei tIsa been pitaced op dafy along the banks to prevent any allteus per- si sapn from igniting it. ¢ it 4 petfect torrado of $ews per -o wrath has brokdhlipoi tj=uIt adi ,tV 4ourped California Legislature, Pei! - . ;leare every year getting mor8 Saiid m~ore weary "of Legislatures. 'The at American voter seems to care little about sending capable men to repre- ti t sent him, but nobody can outhewl ci dhim after the mischief ib done. er w Vicksburg Commerciali ~iotwith standing the effiort of the old fogies g 2Mnd anti-r'iltoad men, there is more ci Bratroad building progressi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 April 1881

tar, "agd sailed the ocean blue,' while Tom wa atiPs dom went outaidethe b. ie o the smack of wblch he was tbeelp9 tain, and his son, Ben, steersman, while both could troll a line with equal skill. When Tom was mar ried he took possession ofthe bUalk er an'6ld schooner which sofle long-aa bai storm had strpn'ded upon the beach, ovt fitted it up for a home, and in it Ben had been cradled when a baby. It c stood high and dry, *d a. ladder- tie like flight of steps led frbm the sandy beach up to its front door. see Tom was a prudent man, and Ben a strong, manly, temperate boy; but lou Jack, like most sailors, thought he ord must have his grog as regularly as hea his meals. One day, as he was wan- the dering. aimlessly about the beach, not watching the inoming vssels through wa his glass, he met Tom aid, as usual, em thq'old friends stopped to exchange a an w Vhere away, Tom r' cried Jack, Fo noticing the coat flug over his an frield's shoulder. "*s ithis g bit ing weather ?" litt "Well...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 April 1881

uus' A.I4S 'et ' toM babt thedi to Usderptthe phe hrliterests a te tB the p *111 takesmgedtranger jig an? Defacovercharge Wheni' e De  v for lhpeaock, the Nsaton 1iti would hardly eoneoe to shone the privilege of voting the ,ticket. They did pot lwan elo in the it. pa . Now, "Il ske .kindly to a eab r a he Is a trator-nd we'll wager the . people of Virginia are not mad to hart abot it.--eripilloa.IWg ver ass nervy to ses y intatnvtain .f a moment, friend WitrT,, 'thie .R8prgretsive towecr O 'tkddle. It woa't be leug before you discover tht pirogesiv De oerey means . th.diorgaisation of r oily party that will ltreerve conlhaltienal lib erty in s ceafeerati uat Btes haw leg tights wbtcl ht gebiptal rvern. saeet c et take away, T4. I onthe fnodameatil prin tht'lf, th'hleenastitnte tbetly barrier against ibentatliation, o 'snbject the American Repubtle to th over changing whims of the laeIo, who, at senose timn etqther, al. soak'w of the hoptr 'tbe PIe-. itn m sSWt. Sko u'w t D-emera...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 April 1881

°° AT e had .th ' ¶ reb A on m" 1  b dog hoioIt . m to e ranee CoUap T r ?l w Odee I pany *ith bA"M Oeseae l AgeatsMemeri triert A~esnir. to AARla selfnowledgen the il l Go.tmtee WltlI, Major Mellol and hed entlemam fromra iew Orleans, eme alme, ubrtnately, we ftIledto v tot, 't the time. The Oevernor and ajeor Mellon will proceed to Jackson, , eOtftIldtt to the tSii Asylui, as lno the (ollege Beard'will hav6 ad rned. Judge IKnaard, the Attorney of the 'N. . Pacific K. IR. arrived on last Fr ti day. Nye visited West ilatom Rouge en p Naturdfy and 8nnday, togarding the b dispute whleh head arisen about tae y right af way for the laton Rouge slrmeah b road. We understend that the ohaanee I for a settjemont of theo matter outside of a legs~ procedtes, are good. It is to be d hleed that the plaFtehs across the river v wildl ver the lseoleeness of throw t tag  ouer impediment in the way of r hiRapstrnctio'of the road, which oan c1 ,~llbly delay but not prevent its conm. I aletion. * 1...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 April 1881

If you liAte tc~ ail that Is ite tiM t, Janu'1 be worried add fette kef a e at.4, r or neeldlesonw "tongues wti 'e soaqthiag to If qniet and modest, you'll e n_ tit an That your humble positlo 'rl1 'p Yo'lr' a wolf in sbeep e ClOln El. t ' _or ! _ fool ; unt don't get excited-keep perferfty euoll And then if yonashow the least hd4ait..a hef Nt,ý Or a slight inrltnation to take y.rvu *'ae " They will call you an upstart, eonelfted and ati i lnt keep straight ahead--doU't stopto etsplº-. For T.'ople will talk. If threadbare your dress. or old-faahlunecd your liat, tome w en will sutly take notice Of tha .. And hint very strongly t(hat y3u ean't pay yolu way, BInt don't geete excited whatever they sav For people will talk. If you dress in the tashion don't think to eseactie, Inr they criticiee thein In a it'tbrtntshqtpe You'nt ahead of your ne', tn'. or your talorl'l hol paid; But mind your own hultne+.s--thure' naught to be madý ' Fir people will talk. Now, tie bhest way to do Is...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 April 1881

OCASt MA'S'TERS: Oberatdq4' 44thn. "f_.._ ::ý: e.ed'sq 5JEdge Toeic preven . ('al at M. J. Williams',on Main Veet, and .e4 the celebrated Champion Monai. r cooking Store. Col. Will A. 8trong, Seeretar tf'State, Temasine ievr after tWli adjournm ent of the metig of the Board ot Supervisors if the University till to-day. EIe goes from here, for a few days,to his home on Red River. Rev. P. Berthet, the estimable Curate of Pointo Voupee, is on a visit among :bhis numerous friends here. The worthy Father looks in splendid health and speaks encouragingly of the piospects of the fertile section he lives in. The Pastor's Visit, is the title of a hnlall weekly journal published at the Advooaoe o8ce, for the Baton Rouge Methodist Church $ontht. It contains appropriate editorials and select reading matter, which will doulbtltes prove of interest in the family circle. The price of subscription ls ~1 per year, I overnor Wiltz departed for New Or lenns, on yesterday morning, per ste.um er J,. M. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 April 1881

11. was ! thng to greatest arms" > bJ d naries of Spain 1orugal, of N w pies and Sicily, oGenoa and Venice, could waft across the seas to crash the arcb xctic of ,, gland. Rome blessed the undertaking. Prophecies da had b'cen heard in divees languages that the year 1588 should be "the out smot fatal and ominous unto all es- and tatee ;" and it was now discovered latg that England was to be the object of east thi~ great maritime enterprise. Yet the England' did not quail. 1'he whole mot community became of one heart and the mind. ts Drake determined to deal, a blow Wh at the heart of the Spanish project. 8p He sailed from London with four Queen's ships and twenty-four fur nishied by the merchants of ,ondon. wet At the beginning of April. 1587, the eraI English fleet entered the harbor of Cadiz and fell npon the Spanish ships low destinedifor the invasion ot England. the Some of then were of the largest size then known. One was of 1,500 tods, bro another of 1,200, and several other...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 April 1881

W. A. L.UtURUR, Publisherw OF -±& YoeOd Or0L. i . BATON. JASTREMR IUI Editor.I V. B VOBAO RUE LU T, T',A rt4 ATTORNEYS. Cf C. BIRD) ATroln AT LAW. Will Satteand promptly to all business Intrusted to him. Offie on (onventlon street, betweel Third rand Church streetr. Baton ltngeAT. L C W. PO E, Arrotwn AT LAw and N Notary Publc, Port Allen, Wert Baton Itobage, La. Special attention given to tht <ol. lectlau of accounts, taking trtltaony rnader com. tlisont, and to all other matters requirllg the attention of an Attorney or Notary In tlhe parish at West Baton Rouge. aprJ4 v nl3 _4 S. LANG(, ArrTtORnET ANoIwONNKa 1L. At Law, Donaldsonvill, La. Will praa. twoe In all the eourts of the e ts of , ouisiana. l HOIN. B. DUPREE Arronarw I and Conusulor at Law. Otllce-No., i, Plk's IHow, Baton Itouge La. Will practice in the tate anld Federdl Courts. H"EIC1RON & FE.ALE, -L Arrotlvatr anid CVoUNSin.onX AT LAW. Offlco on Norlth l)lalanvrd street, nlar the post otffice, Batoln Rougeac...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 April 1881

ur rurr a rrir(~;"~. n8 W. " 14M L ......,...~ $ATOY$,i AWNOTHEI KNOW.NOT@ IWe .... OV MgLglT ...... The New Orleans States tontains a manifesto from a lot of unselfish pa triots *th don't want to admit nato ralised citiuns to the distribution of official chicken pie, These hungry boys, instead of wait ing 'till the oeices seek them, are coming forward to seek the ofioes. A horse to be a horse must be born in the stable, is the dead principle which these liberal-minded and progressive men have started out to revive. The people of the United States are not apt to forget that in one century their population has increased from about three millions to over fifty mil lions; a fact which shows that the great mass is composed of citizens of foreign birth, or their sons. While there are, at this late day even, narrow-minded men to be found here and there, who would be willing to ostracise the hardy immigrant, whose presence is so much needed to make a garden spot of our States, the immense...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 April 1881

LOCAL MAT ?ERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic ores Fever i Sg4and Ague. The Railroad Committee and the gen tlemen designated as signers of the East ;ru Louisiana Railway Co npany, are C requested to assemble to-nig] t, at seven c o'clock, at Col. Cross' office, Pike's row, to adopt the charter and tr sact such m nmsiness as may be presented.1 A prompt and full attendance is earneetly urged. s We have learned that an additional force is to be put on thu line of the Ba- T ton Rouge Branch of the N. .). Pacific, in order to push it to rapid -omlnpletion. C It is also reported that the West Baton Rougeans who were tighti g the rail road, have become more resaonable andti that the matters in dispute ago beingl ar- rt ranged to the satisfaction of all parties concerned. CONSIGNED TO 'rmfE FLAMi s.--()n ye- si terday, in presence of the City Council, twenty-five capitol londs, of $10)0 each, were bnrned, thus leaving umt 83:2,500 of Baton Rouge'scontributio t to rebuild the Capitol to be met in ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 April 1881

NASIC OF A fir` :. P1 had gi "I a "re brought YfUr dlii3r.ater," k As she took from her sarte kettle Y And she lifted Its hisaing lid; of De '"There' not any pie or padding, a tele So I will give you this-" And upon hitoil-worn forehead Ing tb She left a childish kies. do o The blacksmith tore off his pron, "I I And dined in happy mood, not pi Wondering much at the savor Hid in his humble food; While all about him were visions meDti Ficj of prophetic bliss my fr But ae never thought of the magic the fo In his little daughter's kiss. Ne7 While she, with her kettle swinging, house Merrily trudged away, Stopping at sight of a squirrel, Catching some wild bird's lay: the ; And . thought how many ashadow genti Of life and fate we should miesj+ If always our frugal dinners Were seasoned with a kiss. "Y --t---- -we hi THE FORGED WILL. «I It was my first visit to London since lectir I had taken up my abode and entered "Y 'on the practice of my profession as wint solicitor ot Southampton. In...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 April 1881

- ! i:.. ý.fbi w. A. LeSUVRVB Publisher fwilfo~llo 1e iya`d f t L. JASTREMSKI, 4jOd3tor. $ 3 ,Ote.. VOL. g. BATON ROUGE, LOUISI A, THU RSAY, .I ... ........ W I S .... ... .A ' 1€lp ,I.7n at.h 9 1,'0%9- wrU%  I r 'hh a! i . ATTORNEYS. C.B IRD, ATTon g AT LAW. Will C. attend promptly to all businessintrouted to him. Office on Convention street, betWn Third and Church street, Baton Rouge, La. CW. POPE, ArroRINI AT LAW and SNotary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the eol lection of accounts, taking testimony under com mission, and to all other matters requirin g the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v2n13 H . L.ANG, ATIORNY A rDCOUeLOR • At Law, Donaldsonvlle, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rl HOS. B. DUPREE, ABrroTREY r and Counselor at Law. Office--No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts., HIyiiON & BICALE, H TIOBANys and Co...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 April 1881

seeN 5sfgi53ai1.. . we A. JABU3W . BAToN ROUat APRIL 14 1881 The astches police made a raid on a gambling den "'nder the hill" on I Monday last. Six gamblers apd the proprietress were captured. and plac ad durance vile. A sarcastic paper says that of every eight couple, married in Chicago one breaks the silken tie by. a divorce; the other remain together till they quarrel themselves to death. The Edwards City Item is the name : f a .new, neat and spicy little pap*s that comes to our sanctum this week, i from Mississippi. It is out of the i province of late day journalism not to wish the new enterprise great sue Tess-and we do. A Washington dispatch of the 12th inst., says the pressure for a break in thesenatorial deadlock becomes great er. There is a local dust being kick ed up in the immediate presence of the senators, which they will have to heed. The court business in the dis trict is in a distressing condition on account of there being no marshal. 8. J. Levy, a merchant and a ma...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 April 1881

OCAL MATTERS. eC con Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Restores the ing. et'tPro young negro thief, who attempted ball -steal Chief Hillen's horse, was arrest this week and now he reclineth in for shade of the parish prison. new awning has been erected in trio nt of Mr. G. Picard's new dry goods lie ro on Laurel street. Other attractive act provements in keeping with th' beau- lile ful stock are being made in the inte- lest or. teri We have received the prospletus of Sta he Country Visitor's Summer Mdguzine. tret periodical to be published in Ni'w Or- gill eans, on May 1st. by Mr. A. Meynier, for r. We wish the new euterlris4' every M: The problem. "How to paci' ou t (onet1 i'hile resolving not to take any iil," wasn 1s igor[wsly discussed by onel of the meno- in I ers of our City Council, at tlhe last trig ceting of that boldy. It has lint been Ived yet. -il The storelhouis", familiarly kn'owu a lit, "Tinil )iggain's old st:land," is belilg tornt till own for the purpose ofer ,ctingi a new :t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 April 1881

A couple of young girls Iring in a boarding-house on Charles stmt played a mean trick the other night on another young and attractive maiden in the same house. They all had some cake and wine together and in the unsuspecting one's glass was poured a small portion of tinct nre of assafotida, which, as every one knows, smells like a conglomera tion of onions, had eggs. decayed vegetables and a host of other things too numerous to mention. The prank playing damsels knew that the unhappy maid's Charles Au gustus called on Sunday, and they also knew that while she could not detect the flavor of the assafletida in the fragrant wine, nevertheless it would produce to heraforesaid Charls Augustus the impression that she had been eating onions by the peck. Poor, pretty little unsuspecting thing! ,he was radiant when she flew to the door and admitted the manly form of the object of her heart's af fection; and she did not observe, as they were locked in a 'close embnrace, as his lips met hers, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 April 1881

SI/i"pI, -,, 0 j.j4+7i. w. w. Lesvaco, $ý neer s oial Journal of the 6ity and Parma,. VOL.3. . ,BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, API& 1,,i% . , I I I;· I l II I i II I I III l l IN ll l ll ii-ii iilii i.....Ii :+ ATTORNEYS. C. C. BIRD, rroRNEr A LAW. Will * attend promptly to all bnt a intrusttt to him. Othce on Couvention stra et, between Thid and Church street, Batol nge, La. 1 W. POPE, ATrrowir EA LAw and * Notary Public, Port Allen, Weat Baton Rolge, La. Speclal attcntion given to the col. lection of acc.Mpnta, g aking tt.tlmonl~ under conm. niaiton, and t6 all other mqttern r tairing the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Iotauge. apr 4 v2nl3 .T . LANQG, Ad0KHI ,Y AS COIUNaSELOO ,* At Law, DonaldaIonville, La. Will irac. tice In all the courts of the 4tate olLonilaana. rI'HOS. . DUPI- EIE , ATrOIINaT . and Counselor at Law. U(lhi.c-$o. t;, Pike's Low, Ilaru Ronge, La. Will practice in the lttate and Flderal Courts. SICtHRON & IIALE, HL....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 April 1881

W1. A. .I~d .**... **.....* r BATON ROUGE, APRIL 16, 1881. The Natches police made a raid on .u gambling den "under the hill" on Monday last. Six gamblers and the oreprietress were captured and plac ed durance in vile. A sarcastic paper says that of every eight couples, married in Chicago one breaks the silken tie by a divorce; the other remain together till they 1 quarrel themselves to death. pla ._._..._-- -of I The Edwards City Item is the name pic of a new, neat and spicy little paper cat that comes to o'ir sanctum this week, wil from Mississippi. It is out of the of r province of late day journalism not to wish the new enterprise great snc- set ces-s-and we do. of A Washington dispatch of the 12th are inst., says the pressure for a break in wh thesenatorial deadlock becomes great- ghi or. There is a local dust being kick I ed up in the irnnmdlate r"re°,, of rmi the senators, which they will have to thf heed. The court business in the dis iOn trict is in a distressing condition ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 April 1881

- onplte o young S e tis tiav g another yong and ti galdenr in the same hou . They e had some cake and win together tl and in the unsuspecting e's glass a was pouered a small portion! of tinet- t Sare of assafetida, whiheb, as every t sone knows, smells like a codglomera- b 4on of onions, bad eggs,! decayed r `vegetables and a host of other things t too numerous to mention. t The prank playing damsels knew p that the unhappy maid's Charles Au gastos ealled on Sunday, and they v also knew that while she could not a -detect the flavor of the assafaetida in n the fragrant wine, nevertheless it a would produce to heraforesaid Charls a Augustus the impression thatslehad been eating onions by the peck. t, Poor, pretty little unsuspecting t] thing! She was radiant when she flew o to the door and admitted the manly form of the object of her heart's af fection; and she did not observe, as they were locked in a close embrace, t . as his lips met hers, drawing a dim- t pie in the back of her n...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 April 1881

W. A. * .........  BATON ROUGE, APRIL 16. 1881. ANTreTN R W.*wT'ING Ole MOVUUNT. Thb rib The New Orleas States contains a manifesto from a lot of uaselfsh pa- of triots who don't want to admit natu- n ralized citizens to the distribution of dflicial chicken pie. These hungry boys, instead of wait- ho ing 'till the offices seek them, are Nl coming forward to seek the offices. A horse to be a horse must be born in ha the stable, is the dead principle which ha =these liberal-minded and progressive s men have started out to revive. pr' The people of the United States are liv not apt to forget that in one century av their population has increased from Wi about three millions to over Afty mil- ge lions; a fact which shows that the Po great mass is composed of citizens of foreign birth, or their sons. ed While there are, at this late day even, narrow-minded men to befound b here and there, who would be willing di to ostracise the hardy immigrant, eh whose presence is so much.needed to th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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