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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 April 1881

. L MATT4fS: ~Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic oukes Fever and Ague. The Railroad Committee and the gen tlemen designated as signers of the East rn Louisiana Railway Company, are nquested to assemble to-night, at seven 'clock, at Col. Cross' office, Pike's row, Oo adopt the charter and transact such business asmay bepresented. A prompt nd fall attendance is earnestly urged. We have learned that an additional force is to be put on the line of the Ba ton Rouge Branch of the N. 0. Pacific, in order to push it to rapid completion. It is also reported that the West Baton Rougeans who were fighting the rail road, have become more reasonable and that the matters in dispute are being ar ranged to the satisfaction of all parties concerned. CoSIGrNED TO TIlE FLAMES.--()I yes terday, in presence of the City Council. twenty-five capitol bonds. of sluo each, were burned, thus leaving but :12,500 of Baton Rouge'scontribution to rebuild the Capitol to be met in the future. In stead of the one-twentieth of t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 April 1881

,am MNu CTIU ! aeA Ofk 33W rO utwouawsc a ssi a Klie Ye send eating wo of oMk t a I Totbe inamenof theC r, Bp Your bherareus sae!ly troubled wl By the Peru-Chla war we] Ye have sympathy for Cuba thae, In their struggle for the rightl lal But ye roll your eyee l horron At an Irish Iadlord's fMight or rh 'rhe be a human demon, (rinding tenants to the dust, tbrc a4freolg 'mongst poor Erln's taughters Klit For dne vittim to his hlit. to Or rasing low the roof-tree I That had sheltered Pat thro' lifet loo Making homeless father, mother, Frightened little ones and wife. wa3 'rTho' he wised from starring children E'en their food the stranger sent, Or the paling infant's cradle, aga To pay hisa ursed rent, mUtO Ye, were mute, or cold or careless, pe While poor Paddy's brain was crvedi, it 'Mid his misery and famine, Lest his rent should still be ranled. po A i! ye' cried ud d with horror li When the huldlords cante to grief: 'though your canting gab and snivel of 1 Could give Boycott no rel...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 April 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonle Restore the Appetite. _ _ A young negro thief, who ttempted to steal Chief Hillen's horse, las arrest ad this week and now he rejlineth in the shade of the parish prison.1 A new awning has been ercated in front of Mr. G. Picard's new 4iry goods store on Laurel street. Otherattraetive improvements in keeping wittl the beau tiful stock are heing made inl ihe inte rior. We have received the lpro.lppettus of the Country Visitor's Summnor'Magaziue. a periodical to be publishe: it1 New Or leans, on May 1st, by Mr. A1 Meiynier, Jr. We wish the new ,lnterlris4' every ;IllCe"R. The problem. 'lHow to I. y tout money while resolving not to take nml v ini," was vigorously discussed by oIne o' the mum hers of our City Council, ai the last meeting of that body. it hall not 11been solved yet. 'fThe storehouse, fainiliarly known as "Tim Duggan's old stand. ' i Ieilg torn down for the purpose of erecting a new building. Other ilnprovomenis are itmade on or near ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 April 1881

EAe*C 0? A 3lr. Pa -- had gal '"I have brought your dinner, ther," t The blaeksmith's daughter amid, As she took from ber atin a kettle And she lifted its shining lid, I o D "tThere's not any pie or pudding, a teg $o I will give you thls--" iAnd upon his toil.worn forehead she left a childish kiss. do you The blacksmith tore off his apron, And dined in happy mood not pr WYondering much at the savor stating slid in his humble food: While all about him were visions Full of prophetic bliss my fri But be never thought of the magic the fol In his little daughter's kis. Nex While she, with her kettle swinging. b9u8s Merrily trudged away, Stopping at sight iof a squirrel, Catching omºe wild bird's lay: the we And I thought how many a shadow gentle Of life and fate we sllonld miss. If always our frugal dinners Were seasoned with a kiss. "Y - ----- we hil THE FOOGED WILL. "I It was my first visit to London since lectin I had taken up my abode and entered "Ye on the practice of my profession...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 April 1881

II ,, ii V O L ./ :i .TS 'a1 . - 1~,4 i ::'.a: W. AA L.SUEVUR. mublshew ri1 or~~ o ~e ±yad L.p d oO c a o u a o tt a ds. V L E ORAA voL~~a. BATON RrOUQE LOUISIANA, TUESDAP,8YA, ,-;·' 1R ATTORNEYS. 1 C. 3IR ) ATrORNr AT LAW. Will Sattenld promptly to all bu ineeS intrusted to him. (Otice on Convention treet, between Third and Church streets. Bateo R ouge, La. C 'W . POPE, A'Iorroi xr LAW and L. Notary Public, Port All 1, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention gi 'en to the col. leition of acouunts, taking tersti ony under comu mi.ission, and to all other lmatteri r1lquirng the att.entlon of Pa Attorney or Nuot in the parish of Wet BatmRon 1 Rouge. p v:in13 H I.LANG, ,A rroI0EY .NDCOUldeol SAt Law, UDonaldsonvil o. ~Ya. ill prac tioa in all the onurts of the stat of Louiniraa. r11 HO1. 1. DUPLRF1H E, Ai router .1 and Counselor at Law. ithic -No. I. Pike's Row, lintion ougo, La. Will ractco ir the state Itllll I'd ederal Courts. 1 .LRCON A44 11Pl; ALE, .i 11alNers nLid CotlNS.vlt AT ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 April 1881

W. A. sATON ROUGEa. APRI. 19. 1881. at bre wow llabame ,,h$a bt 'Pviralatd the ee for Gel4Id. land h (8poeal to the Piocayne. regulS WAsmoHI TON, April 18.--inoe Ma- not 'b bone has gone over to the Republican Befor party Washington City has'overflow- many ed with a class of seedy Virginia pa- ced c triots, who besides favoring the old nywit hag and an appropriation, are also elegal desirons of getting an office. They depot look to Mahone as their Moses to lead. ctly them to the promised land. we st Besides this, there is just now a in cot gathering of the Readjuster leaders Petiti in Washington. It is understood that trip this is a preliminary consultation in In order to make up a slate for the next Robe State ticket. moda This whole thing will be subject to of the Mahone'sorders. Probably Col. Wil stist liam E. Cameron, of Petersburg, will ti be put up for Governor, though Par- Tit son Massey and several others want dist bout it badly. b Meantime many of the Republican vill leade...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 April 1881

SLOCAL ,AATT RS. ' Reed's Gilt ' 1ge Tonic aewl to Digs;- 111 'l01on. _ ap Elsewhan ia to-day's paper will be found an advertisement of~eriu a boiler an for sle-also a mule. Partiesu interest- 01 ei will please take notice. oil CAPITOL B)NDoa.-IU an an'.ve trsemont iJ another oolnmn, Mr. lIsld-re Newmanm, t Banker and Broker, t1 Caroudleot 8treet, gives notioe to holders ofi Capitol Bonds of that they can dispose of nal'e by apply log to him and stating price. Col. Norwoodl, of Avoyellcn, 0Mijor l1r1 Gordonu. of St. Laildry tanId Snator Mon- M tan, of West Baton Rouge, hon,,ored un with a call on yesterday. 'I'helse getleh" men are to attenlld a Umotie,,g of' Leve' Conmiusisiºtners o11 to.ali'orr'w, Iat ortl' Allen. 4'' alt'. A. i". Bareyre, one of oI.' ,old resi- to idenlts and n esltemed 1), inesl !111111, f leaven to-morrow thr lia hello Flrante, the place of him lutiivity. I I takes' wIth " him his family. II , pro'l(oj'.ls Ito ret4ai1 away titr Mnolltim.t . %V wi61h hoth h11 ...

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

Last:gnnday ev n`ag$ moalbt h and bloodthirsty crime was ommit ted near the eommoismary'a camp on Bayou Sorrel, by which two innocent parties were natatly kiflled and four otbhers badly wounded. From one of the survivors, a col ored san named Davidson Williams, w residing on Erato.between Howard and 'reret streets, the following noe count of the afftray wal obtained: On last irturday nlight a party of M negro lahorers, 'employed by Mure., J, 0. Terry & Sons in cutting timber gr on the banka of Bayou Sorrel, elgh teen miles from the town of Plaque mine, lit the parish of Iberville, were *engaged In playing cards, and one of the party, 1a negro naimed EllJaih W Wall, well known in New Orlettn of and ill Ainite City, succeeded in will ning $4 from ount Cube Austin. fr Wall's good luck created ill feeling Ir on the part ot (Ubh', and they h|eirtnu Involved inll i tnarrel which wits re- ti nowed the following Imotl'rlog, I)un ring the hlay the ien aLt tlhe it0nup fi took a it hort i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 April 1881

W. A. Le7vcar n.b&isher (JornlOf the OOty &.idP A 4 2 L. JASTREMSI( *Editor. L. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA. THURSDAY Al VOL 3. 'I ATTORNEYE. CC . ABIRD ATTORnEY 'T LAW. Will * attend prompty to all bus newa iutrusted to hit. Ofile on C'ovention gtreet, between Tbird and Church streets, Bato Rouge, La. C W. POPEli, ArrolTrts. AT LAW aud " Notary Public, Port A lle, West Baton Rouge, La. $peial attdltlion gi en to the col lectiol of accounts, taking teatin ny under colt minai, and to all other matter,,, rFuinigr the iattention or an Attorney or Ntat in the ptlrlh of West Baton Irmige. tPl v2n13 H (.LAN .ATForr Onyg ND COUNSE 08H . At Law, DonaIfldnvdll,, H . Will prac. tice in all the conrta of the att of Louisiana. IH(u)MO . R. U PiE Z , A'ro.1tN'EY I and CouusWelor at Law. O1t1CtNO. ;. Pike's Row, Batnn lRoluge, La. Wilt I racticeu It the titate t:uId tItdertllaIoll rtk. H iIE ON &s 1I0 A.LE, H AT!oRatY aatin CU t rSut.olh4A'r LAW. ()fce on North lioulnvard ntrtets near ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 April 1881

FiIr BA2· flUf A-1L Si 18 OWN, 44l· '. R~Y ·~· NATO C, laid" A special dispatch to the N.Q. Times, Awn Wadthagtwa Clip, con tanp this surpritsing *ie c `of itfor mation: It will be remembered some days ago Dawes told a terrible story in,the senate of an old man in Mis siesippi who had gone there, bought a plantation, etc., but because of his being a Republican had his gin house' burned and was compelled to leave. Senator George, of Mississippi, prompt ly denied Dawes' statement, and de Jled him to name the man; which, however, he did not do. It'turns out that the man lives in Louisiana, and not Mississippi, and his name is Charles Heath, who for severalyears has been running a plantation in Lou isiana, in Caldwell parish, about ten miles below Columbia, on the Ouchita river. It contains between 900 and 1000 acres. Heath and his brother, the ex-mayor of New Orleans, pur chased it about thirteen years ago. He tells an awful story of the bull dozing method practiced; the Ku Klux outra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 April 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic a, ists Diges tion. S Oetfficial notice isgiven in t lis issue, in regard to a meeting of the 8to kholders of the Baton Rouge Gas Light Ct mpany, for t orpose of electing Dire tors of the C6inpany for the ensuing year. Parties interested will take notice. Dr. Thomas 8. Jones atnl ludy, of Jackson, La., left for New hrleans oi yesterday. Mrs. Jones, we ~lre sorry to say, has been in bad health for some time. We acknowledge a p!easant call from the Doctor on last ' uesday, in company with confrere C(oss, of the Advocate. The French indemnity cl:iyiulants, will do well to read carefull} thte notice of Mr. Paul De jardin, agent tftlie French Rpplthlic, Wawhingtou, II. ( I, who gives warning that all claims in t~he hands of attorneys and others, mtust lire presented without delay, r lse the conuttnittee will close its labors. after ,vhit!! il claims will be lost. I Ir. 1J. M. Carr'tth. on to' oul' oir wiro is ing young East llaton I:,ugi"'ans, now% a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 April 1881

*IA55IAS AMP WAhi. j feet "Then you will not be imy wife, wo Elise" iAnd; Wlllietm Vane's voice trembled slightly as he gazed down in upon the lovely, half-averted face of that his companion. ing "Be your wife, my dear guardians" He And the large gray eyes, in whose whi depths there lurked a world of mer- be& riment and fun, were raised with a dar] surprised look to his. "Surely you to are not in earnest. Why, you are prol nearly old enough to be my grand- fror father. The idea is ridiculous." he a And with a merry, ringing laugh, the Elise Wild caught her hat from the R table and tripped lightly from the Bov room, stopping a moment to say . 11 "I am going down into the glen strr after some primroses; and if you will kni promise not to get any more such ab- roy surd notions into that dear old head poe of yours, I will let you come with me ed' and carry the basket. likt "Indeed! Really, you are gener- ing ous," said Will, with an amused smile. "You will not go, then' Very well! i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 April 1881

w. *. L.Seavac, PAbUHewe offio1al 3ourl.&LcE the @ Y n it y.. JASTBEMSKI, d9* it VOL.3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA. SAT~ASi \ _ + : .i i.:. 1 ý ý .7' S' ý "a + pý+. fn' r1 ý` ýT iWI ý ý49ii W ~ r GPMC, ] t1A .tM `:YRr .A . 4Y 4)ý'"· ·!i: 1 a ý ý 'w 'a 1'  TYý'4N~tM/Wsi~aT2"S'.hv ý. Kfu"Ax ý "4tnx."> rn K R. ,.. ý,k 4bi BA ýz R U .* L +ý"Rýý, S r § f ATTORNEY. r. C. !IR.) A'roT~ Y r LAW. Wlll C. attend promptjY to ll bull feat nitrutel to bni. Office on (ýonventlta sdtoet, betwenu Third and Chnrch treeta. Eiatou Rouge, La. Cfs '. PryOPIC, A7'lrt.W AT LAW 441441 S" Notary Public, Paort Alfrnl Wcet Biaton }km(c, Lua. Special attrtinlon' gIv to tile' rol. htetion utf aecounte, taklug ttntlrii oy oialcr c4)11 ;441$40441, anti to all gthrr n;4tt4'4f ;tlilnirui thu attentiont of an Attmoi1.y or Nitart In tie parlsh 1.1 M. A~fulArrOIUIETY 4NC1 c UlLoit II[" .,11Lw, A l)nhialMlV 1114 ,.L4. w llprac. tine hi all theoourta of the' State !f Lonlusana. t' HOM. Bi. f LU iP1f IC, A\n'noflt% 1. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 April 1881

'S ATON SOVIGR i 'Z 1, `ý`ý' ºýi ; 21. LO ý itOll ~.I A special dispatoh to the N. 0, gE SSTime, from Washington OCIty,'oan. t tals thi su arpriuiag piece of lnfer- wi mnationt It wilibe rememberedsome inlo sdays ago Dawes told a terrible story wi to the sInate of as old man in Mis. tic iialsppi who bad gone there, bought sit a plantation, otc., but because of his thi belng a Republican had his gin house pr burned and was compelled to leave. Ichi SenatorGeorge,ofMisaslsippi,prompt vI ly honied Dawes' statement, and do- t S4d him to name the man; whiob, ea however, hoe did not do. It turns oat on S that the man lives In Louisiana, and an not Mississilppi, and his name is int Charles Heath, who for several years pc0 Shas been running a plantation in Lou- ent im'sana, lin Caldwell parish, about ten an Smiles below Columbia, on the Ouchita tril river. It contains between 000 and toj , 1000 acres, Heath and his brother, pr the ox-mayor of Now Orleans, paIr- the chased it about thirteen y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 April 1881

asweafterang fat*9 1df 1lWatbsreesotutheW0, As Wbere low lwer twbIph e a weM To the wonhtg ot the eise. Andthe birds were a1agiagjmsotu, ol Net a voice was st o1 tUe, And the dew lay on the roes That crowned the month ,f June. gi And away there in the dletosse ha KhoseaonIoU of the sea, In And I plcked a rose for Molly hbit Aa she crossed the lawn to me. to O the glory of the annshime I wi O the marmnr of the hies i wt As we stood there once, toyether i In the morning otf ottr rbs. And the subtle, saintly fra rance wi Posessed me nnawarev,f That floate about a maiden ex Just risen from her prayegrs. of And the parrot bowed Lie tp-knaot ret Toher anger front the pe ch, at As she softly hammed th 0ymn tnAe, We had sung last night at church. VO Va Then half ashamed, I nrtnttired, '"lere's a rose for you, ht t e, wi Deep in my clnmsy tinger. dit The thorn remains with dr!" fla HMtraight from her hou.sewil dainty, unr $ho brought anerdle bright, no And sought the cruel nmisnchef out, mi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 April 1881

,-p. V. A. l1 5. P *-..*IL** ,88* ATON 8911£rQ APRIL 23, 181. 3aDILMs Aw A 1ii*Vrs A. lsVE ,."iat b ýmow b*keaemb;;a;m w F»lJth ath tr aarleld. e last ISpecalt to s Pichreae. reg WAsnqpTrox, Aprill.-4ince Ms- no hone has gone over to the Republican Befs party Washingtdn City has overflow- man ed with a class of seedy Virginia pa- ced triote, who besides favoring the old nya flag and an appropriation, are also elel desirous of getting an ofice. They dep look to Mahonebhs their Moses to lead at them to the promised land. we Besides this, there is just now a in C gathering of the Readjuster leaders Peti in Washington. It is understood that trip this is a preliminary consaltstion in It order to make up a slate for the next Rob State ticket. This whole thing will be subject to of ti Mahose'sorders. Probably Col. Wil liam E. Cameron, of Petersbarg, will be put up for Governor, though Par son Massey and several others want dist it badly. bon Meantime many of the Republican vill7 leaders ar...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 April 1881

ý c ''MARi:"ýt, i Reed's Gilt Edge Tonio aseito Diges- lit tion. _ _' . apj Elsewher. in to-day's ; pr will be found an advertisement .fferijg a boiler tnt for sale-also a male. Partie? interest- Gil ed will please take notrce. oils - ý '1 (RPITOL BoxYs.-Iu an adv rtisement ad in another column, Mr. Isidor4 Newman, thi Banker and Broker, 2Carondilet 8treet, Sne~ gives notice to holders of Capttol Boads that they can dispose of samie by apply- of ing to him and stating price. `ed Col. Norwood, of Avoye ler, Major Ra Gordon, of St. Landry aml Sehator Mon- M. tan, of West Baton Rouge, honored us le Slie with a call on yesterday. These gentle men are to attend a meetic; of Levee Commissionlers on to-Morro c, at Port Allen. Coe Mr. A. F. Bareyre, one. tf .ir oltt rean- to dents and an esteetmed hau n'si man, fr, leaVes to-morrow for Ln b. e France, the place of his nativity. IH·tak'es with Il him his family. He propose ;4to remain away for sometime. We ivi;k both hle an antd his a happy ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 April 1881

LOVUItANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A1 AND I, COLLEGE. dii DIRECTOIRY. mc HOAJW 01 sUIfaIV5m. Gov. L.A. Wilts, ez ofoloPresldea,N.Orlease g ion. E Fy. ,opt Public Education, ox. i Col. Wnrºoektn Johanston, President FacultY, al ex.oflilo, Baton Route. Gesn. Leon Jatretnmali. VTo.President, Baton Rouse. R. T. BItarregard..e. ... . .St. lernard w John Clegg.............. Vermillion Johbu Il)lhunde...... .. ........ NewuOrieana G. M.tGrahanim... ..... . ..Rapides ol .. GA by ........... . ...Onachit W. H. Pi s ....... ....ast Feliciana F. W. Paice... .... J on. ·-.. .Jaeon W. A. Hfton... . Wiun t 8. X. Thorpe ............... Avoyelles ti (. L. Walton...... . ............cUnacordia W.11 (Iokoiale. Secretary.. .. .Baton Rouge H. Shltiel . treasurer..... ....iaton Rouge IACLIYur. U Col. Winu. Prestoa Johnston. President and Pro. T fossor of History and English Literature. J. W. Nichol3son.....,Professor of Matheuatica UC R. S. McCnlloch. Professor of Chemistry, Natun t. ual History and PbYalos...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 April 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic assists Diges tion. Official notice isgiven in this issue, in regardtoiameeting of the Stoclkholders of the Baton Rouge Gas Light Cothpany, for the purpose of electing Directors of the Company for the ensuing year. Parties interested will take notice. Dr. Thomas S. Jones and lady, of Jackson, La., left for New Orleans on yesterday. Mrs. Jones, we are sorry to say, has been in bad heal)14 for some time. We acknowledge a pleasant call from the Doctor on last Thiesday, in company with confrere Cross, of the Advocate. The'French indemnity ciaii ants, will do 'well to read carefully the notice of Mr. Paul'Dejardin, agent of the French Republic, Washington. D. C., who gives warning that all claims in the hands of attorneys and others, must be'presented withouttdelay, else the committee will close its labors, after which all claims will be lost. .Dr.:R. M1. Carruth, oun of our prumis ing young East Baton Ronge'ans, now a successful practitioner at New ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 April 1881

* 3, s 5INT31* T°YI rec t h1G .ýý ptwb. _mg i g < ul c a t n for Last Sunda'evti n , l l most otre k ' and bloodthirsty crime was cOmmli ilt, ted near the comtmissary's camp ont Bayou She8 ih, by wiainh two nnocontt par'tite wet,s instantly killed and four otbe others badly woundedw From one of the su ivors, a ccl ored man named Davidson Williams, residing on Erato between Howard and Freret streets, the following ac count of the affray was obtained.: ' On last Saturday mtight a party of M{ negro laborers, employed by Messrs.Me J. U. Terry & Sons in cutting timber grel on the banks of Bayou Sorrel, eight en teen miles from the town of Plaque- tllº mine, in the parish of Iberville, were Nhe engagedl iln phlying cards, 11nd( one of the party, a hegro Waneld Efliai "ar Wall, wVell known in New Orleane oti and in Amite City, succeded. in win coin ring $1 tfronu one ube Austin. f o Woall's good luck created ill tfeelinglo on the part of Cube, and they heinnie involved in ai quarrel...

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