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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 April 1881

on 4 aTn T1%E*WM.y. L. *ASTRJMMI, IcKIitot. O -L-- . BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUSDAY. APB 26.1 _____s__llillIlilIIIII U-I_ I III " __.. ... . _ ...... - __..... _ ATTORN iEYS. SC. 13111) ATrtolKt Air LAw. Will -I. sttend promptly to all burilao intruetoel to him. Otte on lCourvntion stheet, btwoeeu Third anid Church streetes Baton tonle, l.a. ,C W. POIEC, r A'Ol1. tTAT LAW and -. Notary Puhltu, Port AUlhtn, W'set ltnto J tmgo, La. Spelal attentlnni glv1ito tlhti col le at of ecountl, takingl teltnolly unlier ,run. nilralo3, and to all other ,uatt ,ri 4equiirIm thu attlntllon of an Attorney or Nolary In the parih pt Wrot Baton Rouge,. alipl vint3 H * $.LANGO, AT'oITtNY AiuCOUNipLOK. I. At Law, l)DoalhlMsuVllW+, La; Will A.ra.• tlco In all the ounrtl of the liatie OIJ llolluana. I HOM. H. DULTPI-EI ArrO'aNIY 1 aodl Connellor at Law. U)ilt'e- YO. i, li'ke l low, Ilt ni Iolol, La Will pritin thlie State awal.d FIpdmrl orte. Et Et ON &, Hi ck ALE, iAr,rio s auM d COIWlVNIt.ul...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 April 1881

BATON ROUGE, APRIL 26, 1881 Theie is sorrow at the home of our b worthy confrere of the Minden Demo. th erat, who had the misfortuneof losing, f by death, the partner of his joys, his t beloved wife. The Democrat comes to us this week, draped in mourning. pl We extend oqr fraternal condolence w to brother ScIhneder, in this, his hour of of supreme affliction. When the celebrated Sidney Smith It called on a certain great personage he at was ushered into a room winch had w mirrors on all sides. Wherever heo m looked he saw himself reflected, and dE when he came away he said he had te spentan hour in the company of about nt a dozen of the besalooking clergymen et the Church of England. at; ...... ,ell---sh o An excited convert: "Let me out! In let me out!' I've got salvation !" sob bed a man, in a many-pocketed ul- en ster, up at the Moody and Sanky th meeting the other night, as he wedg- m ed toward the door. "Let me go of home and bear the blessed tidings to i, may unbelieving wife."...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 April 1881

SLOCAL MATTERS. vi to Reed's Gilt li4,g Tonic curei D'yspepsi a A little colored child, eighteen~montha th old, fell into a well in th firt ward id and was drowned before assisance could he lie rendered. Ia "Sambola has been whiling away ti' some orange blossom lommnts in the the city," was the gentle sigh of a fair hi one yesterday. And we won't tell on ni ber either. The Confederate Memortal Associa- ti tion, will hold an inmportann meeting, at the French Society Halls on Boule- Ot yard, on the `end of May, prgx. 8eo no- ti tice elsewhere. it TILE FE1RtY LEASE.--0 ' yesterday di noon the privileges of kieepi fig the West Baton Rouge Ferry, for tl) period of f five years, was awardert to Ihe highest o bidder, Mr. Gibbons, for the siuln of fif- it teen hundred dollars. DRAIsrN, MACIIINE FOil .iL.E.--i t another column Messrs. Anger &- Nicol, of Forlorn Hope plantatimon stor? andl post-offitice, Iberville parislý, announcew that they have for sale an tlllnost new tl draining mach...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 April 1881

.- ar-* ... Phladelpbi., Pea. One time the Pnnsylvanla Railroad Company wanted a good site for the location of its great shops. It ffund the place it wanted on the east side of the Allegheny mountains, on a beautiful plateau, That was just for ty years ago. There were not many people living on the plateau in 1840. One daring pioneer and his family were monarchs of the unbroken for est that covered it, and three log huts hidden away in the shadowy recesses of that forest were all the indications of civilization to be found there. The * railway company sent out an agent to buy the whole plateau, with writ ten instructions to pay $10,000 if necessary. The agent came, he found the pioneer, he put up at his unpre tentious log hut, he told him all the new stories from the city, he wrought him' into a good humor, and the set tler finally made ready to sell at $6, 000, and consider himself a made man at that. But while he was talk ing business his good wife was straightening up the stranger...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 April 1881

L.JAS'rBEMSllI bditor. L.s n. r ý BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURDAY PI .v __ e.ý._ . .-,.., I. 1i.+ý T lilen, 9 afnea s.th ann 'him nnae I MAi n do1bt-ta 't ` &1 4 ATTORNEYS.  C. HIRD, AtiTOIt1Y A LAW. Will ". attend promptly to alu) bsiuness intrusted to hit,. Otlice on Conven+ on sthiet, between Third and Church streets, |Batn Rouze, La. C 1W. YP ', ATt'oKYiEY 'xr LA'V and . Nota y Public, Porti Allen, WAVst Blaton Rouge, La. Special attention givet to the Col lectitn of accounts, taking testlmo y uander crou mission, and to all other matters leqtiuiang the attention of an Attorney or, Notarc in the parish ot West Baton Rouge. .pr;2 e2ul:3 _J. At Law$ Donaldsonvilk, La Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State uit Litisi8a" ,UOS. B. DUI)'B A TTORNEY _ nand Counselor at Law. Otcib.-N .O. i, Pike' Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the SOute and Federal Courts. SA tIt.OREY' and (CouSLhoýr r L\aw. Orice on North Boulevard streett near tion pst office, Baton ]outr.u. La....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 April 1881

t 'e MA W. A. L.WBW . ..........P...abube BATON ROUG APRIL 28. 1881. THE BIOKEN MACHINE. $ Under this heading, our neighbor theAdvocate, takes up an article of the New York Sun, on the "chawed gi up" subject of rings, which that pa- w per says, have been smashed up in fe most of the large cities, at the mu iecipal elections which have lately at been held. it We have heard so much of this In eautry against rings, real or imagi- to nary, by men who either want some thing for themselves or for some * friend, that we either put down the tl professing anti-ringer, as a politician P of the first water appearing in the bi garb of an unselfish patriot, else as at dreamer, whose utterances can have but the single object of disorgani- ( zing political parties, which are nec- r essary to uphold definite principles ac- ly cording to which the masses are W more or less faithfully governed. e In every countrylin the world, men who think alike in matters of policy and the methpds of government, ar...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 April 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. wti Mr. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonie D11ieu isge- a Je tioen. (rte Dr, D. D8tocking, will, ai(; uiual, be on The haud on the lst of Mtay, it his head- flos .lquarters, at Mrs. Currann' llank Hotel, tht, where he will be preparlodi to attend to nigl all dental work, with tl;t ability for Clua wlhirc hI' i injustly renownld. tdi. YF sIltl CllrUNTI V t Tl i 't: T t.- in thos to l days of aliultorationll, the trti''lu butttlr, fo I lone wchic t hbst to I1i, dloclly stu'ti nitedl. No cantioin will 1e.,' II4cWnnry 1"n here, when pulrchsilng it? f'rom Mr. E. I), T'l'hmlnn, the Main ~lrl Il'octr, who hlll s ll tade urrang.e1 It., ill the stet l,,o ctillltly, whereby hen rve 4,,ach week 1n1 from reliable dlairyiMIt, the linest of the Ire'Mh hutter, Give hiro atIrial ttl l{Moon Dinz, ilh, en, e"rlrising lfrit t It ierclhantt , onl Mali eItr'elt,'ltW that tlhel' ki oyster sea0on is over, hutM 4dldi' a board-. 11 lug departmeniit to li,, estahlishll'IIt, wheln e vt' will ol'1td ninil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 April 1881

t: D oYu ~Nay IN Y I S toijss. 'i-a s I "Dear Mammss, if you cop" be A tiny little girl like me, And I your mamna, yeo would see now noor l be to you. tentia I'd always let you have your way; feet, I'd never frown at you, and say: ? You are behavtlg ill today;' were Snch conduct would not do. in th "I'd always give you Jelly ctako For breakfast, and I'd never shake My head, and say: ' you must not take cidod S 0. very large a slle.' who I'd never say: ' y sdear, I trust Yon will not make me say you must Eat up yor oatmeal:' or The crust prett You'll find is very nice,' he "I'd buy you candy every day; It I'd go down towu with you and say: early , 'What would my darling like ? Yodt may Hayve anything you see.' eolor I'd never say : ' My pet. you know 'Tis had for health and teeth, and so m1131 I cannot let you have It. No: smiln It wouldbe wrong in me.' read "And every day I'd let you wearo Your nicest dress, and never care l It should get a great big tear: as at I'4 only say to you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 April 1881

A.afte 7 ndnja Sr1 IWIM '1f:r 3 w.A UetEUR, blisher pý 18 SQiTH ou ,of the l7 L JASTREMSKI "dito. U OL. . BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATRDAY, VOL 3 ATTORNEYSB. SC. BIRD, ATrORNm A* LAW. Will * sten'd promptly to all busin s intrusted to bin. Oltice on Convention str t, betwefen Third and Church streets. Baton touge. La. W. P OPEC, Arcs u ZY A LAW an C Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention give i to the col lectlon of accounts, taking testimoi y under cornm mission, and to all other matters seqnirmy the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apt vtnl3 - . L.ANG, ArrojstNT A. 0 CoUtNSLOR * " At Law, Donaldsonville, La Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louinsana. r 'IOS. B. DUPR , ArTrOREY j and Counselor at Law. Oiiice- o. nc, Pin 's Row. Baton Roouge, La. Will pr:ctice in the .4tato and Federa[Courts. I H RRON & Ii ALE, AI rolaKTYZs and COUNSLOtt Ar LAwV . (iice on North Boulevard street, near t e pubt Wiice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 April 1881

a I. A. L.5hE 7I ....:.......PuablfwlieW BATON ROUGE. ARIL 30, LS$1. THE BROKEX MACHINE. To the a Under this heading, qur neighbor the Advocate, takes up an article of the New York Sun, on the "cbhawed addret up" subject of rings, which that pa per says, have been smashed up in In t most of the large cities, at the mu- a nicipal elections which have lately ianc( been held. federW We have heard so much of this outcry against rings, real or irnagi- Mai nary, by men who either want some- street thing for themselves or foV* some it exp friend, that we either put down the ment professing anti-ringer, as a-politician the gi of the first water appearing in the litical garb of an unselfish )atriot, else as a rades dreamer, whose utterances can have theml but the single object of disorgani- party ring political parties, which are nec- broun essaryto uphold definite principles ac- to tit, cording to which the masses are .We more or less faithfully governed. denu .In every country in the world...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 April 1881

(bur tbe CANroILWI. THE 1AsINX3 BY CALLIOPE. O0! what have become of the furiaes, Those dear little people of ight? And where are their beautifn castles, That were built by magic lright I Now Iloved, in my happy childhood, That tiny, wondertful band ; How I used to sit and listen For the music of fairyland. And when I gathered bright dowers, That waved in the sunshine air, I would look in each for a fairy, I thought to be hiding theren; Then finding not fairies, but dewdrops, Ithought. In my innocent tidnd, That the dear little folks had vanished, Leaving their chariots behind. At night, as I watched the tiedtiies, Flashing their,meteor hlight, I thought each spark a lattei'n, Held by some tiny sprite. When in the woodland I wandered. Or paused by a rippbng stream, I would feel the spell of the airies Steal o'er my soul like a dream. I would hear their musical laughter, And their voices sweet and low. I would see in childish tanc. Bright forms flit to and fro' iBut ah I they are gon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 April 1881

;.. e .7 * BW. A. eOUQEM *PI 301881. BATON ROUGE APBI 30, 1881 There is sorrow at the home of our worthy confrere of the Minden Demo drat, who had the misfortuneof losing, by death, the partper of his joys, his beloved wife. The D6mocrat comes to us this week, draped in mourning. 1 We extend our fraternal ecndoleace to brother Schneder, in this, his hour of supreme affliction. When the celebrated Sidney Smith I called on acertain great personage he i was ushered into a room which had mirrors on all sides. Wherever he i looked he saw himself reflected, and when he came away he said he had I spent an hour in the company of about I a doyen of the best looking clergymen of the Church of England. F An excited convert: "Let me out! let me out! I've got salvation !" sob bed a man, in a many-pocketed ul ster, up at the Moody and Sanky t S meeting the other night, as he wedg ed toward the door. "Let me go home and bear the blessed tidings to my unbelieving wife." But all the same a suspiciou...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 April 1881

LOCAL MATiTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic a res Dyspepsia A little colored child, eighteen months old, fell into a well in he first ward { and was drowned before as ietance could be rendered. "Sambola has been Whiling away some orange blossom moments in the the city." was the gentle igh of a fair one yesterday. And we won't tell oit her either. The Confederate Membnttrial Associa tion, will hold an important meeting, at the French society fIift, on Boule vard, on the Ind of May, prox. See no- 1 lice ei:"where. T'I: FEYiRY LEAiI;',-n)r yesterday noon the privileges of keeyiing tll, West Baton Houge Ferry, fot' ;,he period of five years, was awarde, I t, I he highest bidder, Mr. (ibbons, for tIho sun of fit. teen hnudru'el dollars. DRAIiN~ix M.\curNse Fi SALE.-10 4 another column Messrs. Atgeut & Nicol, of Forlorn Hope plantation. '.tori and post-othleet. Iberville parj'sh, announce that they hiavi fti' safi' hit :Lniost. iiiw drainig atachint'. sino advertisemuent. CA'rr.tu iLi(00 K...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 April 1881

LOUISIANA STATE UNYVERSI1Y AND A, AND M. COLLEGE1. "i1jiitDcTOBRY. 1 HOA"e P .UP 7SaWIl3U. Gon. L. . Wilts, ffoosloPresid4eN.Orleans Bol. E H. Fa, Sept. Publio Edueation, eci of olo, Now ofam. Col. Wan Preston Johnston, PruldentFacauty, *xr~oftiol, Baton R~ounee Gen. Leon Jastruseki, V c.Presldent, Baton Ronuge. i, T. Beauregard ...... at Bernarl Johu.Clg *ro ......... .. *. Vormilloio oba Do hgonde.....ofl " " . " ew Orleans G. ~l Gorham p......d..............o Raide ... .. ..... ... . O achstn W EI W"1 ···s ·· E asE i Feliclaons W. A. Strong. ..... ......Winn S. R. Thorpe . . . A r oyes G. L. Walton .. ................... W. H (oodale, Secretary.. ....Baton Rouge B. Skolield, Treasurer....... ....Baton Rouge tACULTY. Col. Wm. Preston Johnston. President and Pro. ressor of History and English Literature. J. W. Nicholson...... Profesasor of Mathematlics it. 8. McCulloob. Professor of Chemsatry, N2'atu ral History and Phyalcs, inoluding As. %ronomny. Geo. . Thomas Professor of Anoien...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 April 1881

.. 0015' LOCAL MATTERS. witr Enug Mr. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic assists Diges. a yo tion. este Dr. D. Stocking, will, as usuanal, be on The hand on the let of May, at his head- flow quarters, at Mrs. Curratus' Bank Hotel, the where he will be prepared to attend to nigi all dental work, with that ability for acit which he is justly renowned. sire Fnie si CoLTRY BUTTER.-In these tent days of adulteration, the article butter, tfor is one which has to be closely scruti- T nixed. No cantion will be necessary for I here, when purchasing it from Mr. E. D. Thomas, the Main Street Grocer, I who has made arrangements in the stat country, whereby he receives each week invt from reliable dairyists, the tinest of the fresh butter. Give him a trial dli heit Ramon Diaz, tbe enterprisilng fruit to h merchant, on Main 4treet, now that the kno oyster season is oveij, has added a board- dlies ing department to his establishment, lean whence he will sen4 meals to families the and others, at the n ost reas...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 April 1881

onesbiI u.itbas Ae.. One time thePoennylwvinian Balra SCompany wanted a g aebe Iforthe loaostion of its great shops. It tonod the place it wanted on the east side Sof the Allegheny mountains, on a beautiful plateau. That eas just fqr ty years ago. There were not many people living on the plateaun in 1840. One daring pioneer and his family were monarchs of the unbroken for est that covered it, and three log huts hidden away in the shadowy recesses of that forest were all the indications of ci4ilization to be found there. The railway company sent out an agent to buy the whole plateau, with writ-* ten instructions to pay $10,000 if Snecessary. The agent came, he found the pioneer, he put up at his unpre tentious log hut, he told him all the new stories from. the city, he wrought him into a good humor, and the set tler finally made ready to sell at *6, 000, and consider himself a ruadA man at that. But while he was talk ing business hlis good wife was straightening up the stranger's roo...

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

` i ,t·t W.AL1e'"ULt'KU]t, Publisher 4 L. JAST.REMSK;I, Editor.OfialoUraO oe itanIarY, « E ~ L' F' ~ ~ 3 ' °{6 VOL.3 BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, M .A'Ya1 '~:"WON" ATTORN4YS. CL C. BIRD, ATTOI NEY AT LAW. Will Satteild pIromptly to al butsineos intrusted to him. Otfice on Convention street, between Third nd bChurch streets. Baton Rouge. La. ( NV. POPE, ArroisF.Y AT L.tw and C. Notary Public, Port Alleu, West Baton IRolge, La. Special attentill given to the colt letin oft accounts, takint tfstiruonv ulder colu mission, and to all other umtt rA reqdirl'u tue attention of an Attorne-,i e B. r !Notr in the parilh 'it West Baton Rloiii.. :tprl4 v2nl3 H S. LANG, ATTORNEY AND COL'SELOR "* At Law, Dornaldsouvle, La. Will prac idee in all the conrts of the State of Louisiana. rl'HOs. B. DUPREE, ATTOWLEI 1 and Counselor at Law. junice-No. t. Pihek( Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HERRON & BEALE, ATTOR5ENY and COCSSYLOtn ATLAW. Office in Nortb Boule...

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

------------ --- - LEON JAST)UKSI$I.. ...... Editor W. A. J SUE= P..u.....Publisher IjATON ROCGE MAY 3, SE1. ENBICISInI THE' ,SANSFACTR.- lie was EZu. he was mandei We present to our readers an extract ate arm from the St. Louis Republican, which mIendal ehows what the effect of the Protec- thil; y tive Tarift' is upon the South in the samina matter of cotton ties alone. The cot- is read ton growers each year pay to six man temple afcturers of ties some hundreds of fl in &ousands more than they would have tenuc ipay for the same article nanlllfac the g tared abroad, yet they are not satis- have ti ea. of the Med. you be When we colle to recapitulate, the ('ratic many articles on which the people redital have to pay a bonus to the compara- amons tive few Eastern and Northern manu- nide o facturers, the falct becomes apparent strick( that the tillers otf the soil are the defene heasts of burthen of the favored mo- arount seized nopolists of this colunltry. sie Whlile raw sugars fi...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. ). .,l I>ilt Edge Tu1tul' ttMMhlet P1ig1es Ile tt, r iheti i'l' f eiltile, a l l. _'e.e `'amushb shsitghe Cl,'fusr. bly e obn ur Mr. "Al. 1hinlk't'i rltleCC In Il e flnt. 'wIith ICC'ti c iiri vetl 11 e~C geieI e.4 willI 114 %l"1 ty I i'tie'tl giiy' t%, nler 9'8~ 1%'e'l't igeg Jlelil in tIlci l'e4e11'' I unt' bo1e j tl' 'eleCll o If e.n'Ie'J'lg , nM WIe e 14411I lit a 1111711 1ee1^e ha e c killeed Ii tli' r\llnu III 'e tee 111 1147{7'44n 1', nder thce hnline Ccitt. o 11111114e 1th' le 1141.,I'. Jiileeln"Iei", eel' Newc li'h'icec , te h l 111ppelw '1liM it 7h'1'1 eill u h e'", a tlechil1. Il,,9 refit ice'" i~nC 1'1)"41114ee, ni 111' ccle4e 1i'}ce' 1neec1iiee eiecr ite 1111 11 '1', Ile,'f 'le ell'Ii l1iii'' Ihik 1' I ceck. V1' 1 'i'"7i!' Itrtti ee lei i1. 1e . ,ýtl eei1 I'll b1e'ilini) bleu t ee ee10ieiiie iel)n '114 c s )ili a 11 1 11euwe' lice 1'e ' . A'+ k ill In!~ Meegeli I,\' IIl eiI f e i ie'Cr lt 11ii1i1-1 thee' h li g "1'"11 id iull. l eieclet , tci ill MIl IJ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 May 1881

LUrCK OF ONE DAT'IS PiNSING. Ont, umorning, Whn wlnUirilg w Is in her tielus iA ni lIIto i p'oe't s wishlltg, All Ii tad in deiatepilnkh andil rc'lns Nli!" Ithu'4ww' and I Wont tihint g. 1 it I I 0.1 Ji ucLh .Im l oav)' c' 'thes M, tii uhi' it t I\ ili 1!'SunWhii e ili 1nd \ lo l with hl r Ill tipe41 d (i wn tolll'wr ln ot, .\t hIei' i.I Iv I t 1 tl'' tl ic e li' V t Itit her~ iiie i ng thi rty -tie o ('ee. 1II w lth my liv It'l. ult. 11,l and I. 'ks. 1 fihll' or l i n , erI , luching rec1 S . ( S(1' I i1n il6dthth. fit or daug itl Ittkore M e It t' ' ton of h r ioblen , tin t lie It6' Wl It4i tr1 o'In ti e onrig~n n luil " 1W'. Ind I ."fi a It 1.(l Wr oo r iiw ,ui t I 111' , l ii ' li )t ~ im' ist whn I'i e Sr 1\ te unite 11 ot I I II.e toh II t' II14 1 ,V had wood-lots! to~c give~n (lie j~Il~lrit ave Iod iiio u wod elol, atnhl t ll i waitell i til; I th, t'' itish u MI I" Ill il itin k wiet tie, nile i3m l l ph a t1ill-l Wii wts t1;11 lI, 11 of tiu'i'iy hlettIt llel ncl kiii'v. In...

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