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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 May 1881

*i' (1eel@ (a hellan Pe the 1 LOCAL MATTERS. the City Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Fever othe and Ague. May A northern man, who has lived sev- tick oral years in this Statt, wishes to rent or buy a small farm. parties interested Stor will please take notice of the advertise- ata ment in another column. nun The intelligent compositor in an arti- tifty cle entitled Louisiana's Needs, murdered the copy by making ua say "juice" in stead of '.price of the taud,,' and "wast- A, ed" in lieu of "roasted chickens," not to Thri speak of other minor bungling errors. Bur May the Lord ble hi. low We take pleasure tn acknowledging Pen receipt of an iuvitatidn to attend the P Commencement Exercises of Centenary tent College, at Jackson, Lua., which will be- Ten gin on Sunday the 29th inst., closing on N Wednesday. June 1st.; If circumstances son will permit us, we wilI surely take ad- fled vantage of the invitation, as the exer cises are always of a most interesting wo, character. _ i nI The enter...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 May 1881

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A. AND M. COLLEGE. DIRECTORY. IOAlrD OF SU'nvYJIBU . Gov. L. A. Wilts, e:aml Presidet,,N.Orleans Hoa. E H. Fay, 8tpt. Publio Education, ae. ofidto, Now Orleans. Col. Wm Preston Johnston, President Faculty, ex.ofelo, Baton Roan. Gen. Leon Jaetremeki, Voe.Prealdent, Baton Itonge. R. T. Bereard ................ .. St. Bernard John Clg d.... ... .............. Vermillion John Dolbonde ......... . ........ Noew Orleans 0. d. Graham........................ . Rapide a. A. Gunby ................. .... Ouachita W. H. Pies ... ........ ......East Felclolaa 1. W. Prlee ........ .................Jackeon W. A. Strong... .......... Wnn S. R. Thorpe .......... .. ........ Avoyelles G. L. Walton ......... ......... Conuordia W. H Goodale, Secretary.. ...... Batn Rouge H. koltlield, Treasurerer....... ....Baton Rouge PACULTT. Col. Win. Preston Johnston, President and Pro. fessor of History and English Litestarae. J. W. Nichdleon......Professor of Mathematites R. 8. Mo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 May 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic preyeuts Malaria The news concerning the crop pros pects of this parish, are becoming more encouraging each succeeding day. Good reports are coming in from the coun try. Godey's Lady Book for Jane, 1881, just received at Chamber's Book Store. The Sheriff has captured the compan ion of the negro, Hammon4, in the das tardly assault and robbery,) on the per son of Mr. Louis Sanchez. ! It is to be hoped that the law will not spare them, if they prove to be the guilty parties. Repairs on property are going on all over the city, showing that the restor ation of the Capital, and the building of the Baton Rouge Branch Railroad are having their effect. Our town will be the liveliest in the State,outside of New Orleans, in less than a year. The father of that staunch young cit .en, Mr. Chas. J. Reddy, is spending sen3e time in this city, whither he has come to improvehis health, bya change of air. The elder Mr. Reddy, like his worthy son, is an accomplis...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 May 1881

fCoutlnuel from rt page.] at eraml l,' or died to maintain the Con- M federate gray. I Invoke the blessing of ki Heaven upon this consecrated work of el your hands, and in the lamentation of ht 19avid over Saul and Jonathan, will ex- m plain: "The beauty of Israel is slain at upon thy high places! How are the or mighty fallen !" The symphony of a at might-y past, is heard when the hand, of vi mercy sweeps over such golden strings. g The living soldier, is thus hhloring th the nuetuory of a tisted leader, honors or himself pays a trul tribute to those of his troops who have indeed "fought ac their last battle," because no sound will tl over awake them to glory again," oh, a: sl5eping C'onfederates of immortal J;ack- hi soin, it may lie that un towering nioniu to mental shafts rear their lofty spires to- a( word henavi': in conmemor:tion of your to Irname and fame. Bounteous treasurnes f are not. nationally rxpended to guard t~ your solemn re.sting-places. The loving s mantle of gover...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 May 1881

-k 4+ iI/ .,4L 't r1 '. kF ý Mý ýbr ti 6' t -IFI L. jrgMSIKI Eduta'.. f . . . . VO.• AO ROUGELOIIA.T SP *1 I . .: o - j it t;, ·I "t ,.8.~ ~ i-.- .. .... . .... -- + ATTORNEYF. C, 1IRl), Arrotm? AT Lrtw. Will " attend promptly to all bu ees intrusted to hhn. Oic*e on (onventlont , between Third and Church strreet, uoolg La. W. POPE, Aroainr* AT Law and C. Notary PbliOc, Port Allen, West Baton nge, La. Speellat tention gen to the col on of accounts, taking testhoyner com. aisslon, and to all other matters requiring the attention oean Attorney or Notary in the parish .i West Eaton hange. aprA n3 B . LANI GA ArroIsotv AW COUseston . At Law, Doaidaonvlle, La. Will pr7o i*e In all the courts of the State of Louisiana. rlHO. B. DUPBEE ATronasT Sad4 Counselor at Law. Oftee-4NO. 6, Plke's tOrw B Roung La. Will practice in the 1S sade eder Courts. _ , L1REON & BIEALE, SA and m CouJsrEosAiTLAw. 01lo. an iotBoulevard street, neart the post ofice, uses entrusted to them In thin abd adjoinin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 May 1881

,ON ,, UeS.. .....W,,,i W. A. LeýEii ..... ...P.b..Me thv s al BATON ROUGE. MAY 24, 1881. da A railroad excursion paly willleave t i'ermilionville, on June 6th, for Gal veston. The low price of $5.25 has been fixed for round trip tickets. Who t uin the face of such faits can contend that railroads are not a great conve nience to the public. In the competitive drills lately held a in New;Orleans, the Chickasaw Guards of Memphis, won the first prize of c $1,000 by two points, over the Cres- I cent Rifles, who were the winners of l the second, of $1500. In the artillery contest Battery C. :Louisiana Field Artillery, defeated c the Alabama State Artillery, and the crack St. Louis Light Artillery by six teen points. The many friends, throughout this t section, of Dr. F. M. Mumford, will heartily coincide with all the Fe -iciana Sentinel hasto say, regarding t -the elevation of that gentleman to I the high office of Grand Chancellor 1 of the popular order of the Knights < ot Pythias. O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 May 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. ArrEMPT AT RAPE.-- Jim Cross, a col ered lad, aged fifteen, was brought from West Baton Rouge, yesterday,and lodged in our parish jail, in default of furnish ing a bond for *200, to answer to the. charge of Mrs. Joseph. Gomez Perez, a Portuguese, that on the 11th inst., on the Auguste Levert, Jr., plantation, Cross attempted to commit rape on her per son. In a circular addressed to his friends and former patrons in this and adjoining parishes, that enterprising citizen and founder of the village of Hope Villa, Mr. A. B. Booth, announces that he has sold out his interest inthe various enterprises existing there, to Mr. J. D. Kenton, of New Orleans. Mr. Booth is a young man of indomitable energy and push, who cannot fail to achieve success wherever he goes. YOUR MONEY o I YoUR LIvF.-At about 11 o'clock, on last Friday, a negro named Sydney Taylor induced Patrick Kinney, an irishman. to go with him to a cabin near the University. No sooner had they entered the place, tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 May 1881

aron Uwacs asrC5saw . Riehn foWam N.l] in der 'The dedication of the statue of Stonewall Jackson and the tomb of dei c the Association of the Army of North- p ern Virginia, has evoked many recei lections in connection with the histo- gourts ry of the great Confederate General. think' Among others, an amusing anecdote end n comes to our mind, which was going around among our fellow-prisoners at Fort Delaware, during the summer moozi of 1862, just after Jackson's wonder- and ful campaign in the Shenandoah val-nd d /ley, where he had defeated, in turn, ing e the armies of Banks, Shields and Fre can S mot.mit a The hero of the anecdote in ques tion, was a German who answer- p ed to the name of Bloom. Bloom belonged to that class of Boon non-combatants who followed the 'Vat' \ Federal Army in the capacity ,9f a mine roving trader. He happened to be fence caught in company with a squad of 'yusl Jackson's straggling foot-cavalrymen, Got and, with these, was carried to the vago old Capitol ...

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

TRl.WEBELY. . A. LeSUEU, Publisher Off.oial Journal of tle city and. Pari ., V.L. JASTREu hSKI, Editor. .. .... BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY26, 88. 1VOL. 3.'1. --- - A - .... 1. 1 A A iV • ,, -- ., , , , . .. . ... ...... . . "" . .... .. . .. . .. ..... .........'.,, . ,,.'^ ,,, ,. :... ,, , ,.. .: ... ATTORNEYS. ' c. HIRD ATToaRP.F AT LAW. Will . attend promptly to all bsilness intrusted to him, office on Convention street, between Tbird and Church streets, Battn Rouge, La. SWV. POPE, A'rOILREY AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton onge, La. Special attention given to the col. legtion of accounts, taking testimony under cowm mssiton, and to all other matt,,rs requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. .ap9l4 v!nlZ ._ H S.LA NG , A'rrouaNY A.vuCOUNBELOR H. At Law, Donaldsonvie, La. Will p.a. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. , RHOS. B. DUPRElE, A'rroNYr I and Counselor at Law. 0ilice-No. 6, Pike's How...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 May 1881

- -.-----..------ LEON JATEJII*I............ Edito-r W. A. LR.UI eR ***........Publlshler BATO)N I OUfE. MAY ;. l, 1. (:od. lTholma A. Seott, the railroad, ti kir'g, i dead. Some twenty years lo ago he was an emplloyee only of the u1 i'Pnniylvaniaii Central ioad. BIy his r 'wonderfid energy and enterprise he p adv'annced rapidly on the road to for- gi tuneo, until lie had become a leader in ; neeri'y all the grand raitlroad iuder- I tlnking in this country. lie was a h Orif mwlan and his death will ie re gritted by those who adiutrl pluck ct "1d1 public spirit. o HURRAH FOR HANCOCrK. '"GCatl" .says: "Meeting McMahon, Ir ine ol' the imost noted friends of Hau- it cock, he said to me : ' I believe (en. tl HIancock will be nominated in 1884 g by acclamation. We have heard here Hi from several quarters of the cointry, I and from no point has there been op- ti iposition to Hancock. Ils fine run I last time, his capital behavior after 11 being defeated, his visit to Washing ton City t...

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

riZedaplitn pitou an LOCAL MATTERS. ( ,dley'S Lady Book forr,J1nnt , I ' ,jvst ,b ri:tive dt :it (h IlLinlilc't nlot Stoire' . t , Th, t d s:rti''idly po1 lair i.ti'r'en, Mt j.' I 'IT ('l nv' ri; l., arrivlt tthii mtornit;, 1; ,,1, .t -,' hto i(4 hoot, of friten s rnd X11 i,'+ ,. " W e ,:tend hirn a fa '4ht- t'!.* ' 1,, !'144:4.4"-h tn' ! r (;.\I''IT()LIAN w e]co< tle'. l i t : I Ill 1 )1:1 it--.- I nl f IrtI -w v,<4 if::1 t,: ' h I rlln tti,, li it, at thi 11 e I. , "il I 111, ; 8 1 & ll l 1 t 1- t ,l .; , i' Il II hlii, ,, u*' ei itl'i' rh llncuis. imlio iii l' . i :l t, I 11(!1 , Ft l' suit lll fr: a:11ulimo t :1y i gt lt l . It \'i, it i l  ii l hl i lli t ,'r ,1 u 'l , s 111' , l 1 tn IIk.ilk'a u e of t ItiiI on ' ly .r 1 ' I 1i o 'c lo c k st'nII fi ll. td 1 tIll , Ii1e ', .II 1': 1 (ll h "t ! r Jy f' il to I '14d hilu t 1 11 :1 il t" nit . it I'iI '' Ni , wl i it:lt i ', t t l',\i i I '. ll 11' Iul I, l I4tig tti'l:-,11! 11 l 1'11( , r~: .t f 1 "-11. 1 1i i 'i ...

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

WISlE SAYINGS B WI]SE n . of tb - surrol c(OMfPILD ROM TIl B151 ArtirTIrE. rear Sugar Planter. undei Needs not labor har I weean, To rhyme upon Oleomargarine.-Home Talent. to sal Look not upon the wine when it is red, But drink "bock" lager beer insteaao, side. Or something else.-Charley Wieck. men, A patient man no trouble makes, sprat But-well, I'lllook around for snakes the u Or other vermin-K. A. Cross. ith I'd be a butterfly, born in a bower- Sun. At least so I've been thinking the last half hour, I'm rather warm.-Maj. Herron. Step My soul's in arms and eager for the fray But-for the present-well, I'll go the other way, She To see a man.-Gen. Jastremski. same Who dares these boots misplace, the g Shall meet me some other time or place. into I'm not ready.-Andy Lytle. his d A chieftain to the highlands bound, cries- or th But what he cried for is mere surmise; the " Maybe a colic.- Joe Larguier. When you shall of me these unlucky deeds relate, been Remember I always drink my whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 May 1881

''~t~TiitjA; ,i ,· I~ · ; na~Ogff'6'P ';' ' W .fca A.r ca o tjae Jit y &n~d Pc~iis ll 1 ty Le8tYEU R 3Publishe w Qj1& Jo u. fl.,P V O L . B ~~aT o 1 N R O U G ~E LO U ILNAS~IA N A 5 ~4 S A U D Y , b A 8 ,Fi 3.. ___ ATTORNEYS. , C. BIRD) ATroRLBY AT LAW. Will . attend promptly to all b' ens intrusted to kim. Office on (onvention reet, between Third and Church streets, B Rte ouge,La. W. POPE, Arron'ar AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allep, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention giren to the col. lection of accounts, taking testinony under coia mission, and to all other matter* requiring the attention of an Attorney or Nota in the pai of West Baton Rouge. ap 7A;val _ T S. LANG, ArORNEYK aND COUNSELOR . At Law, D)onaldsdhvlle, La. Will prac. tioe in cJthe oourts of the State of Louisiana. T~ai9S~. B. DU~f~ ArtO~lIUT PUP o Bunselor at Law. Ofilc o. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will piractice in the -State and Federal ,..'rt&. HERRBON & HALE, rLroaItsy and CoUNsELOR A...

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

xz: ee ý ý itt a LEON JASTBEESKI***.. ......Editor W. A. LeSUEI ..........Pabllsher BATON ROUGE, MAY 28, 1881. Col. Thomas A. Scott, the railroad .king, is dead. Some twenty years ago he was an employee only of the Pennsylvania Central Road. By his wonderful energy and enterprise he advanced,rapidly on the road to for tune, until he had become a leader in aearly all the grand railroad under takings in this country. He was a useful man and his death will be re gretted by those who admire pluck and public sprit. HURRAH FOR IAANCOCK. "Gath" says: "Meeting McMahon, one of the most noted friends of Han cock, he said to me: 'I believe Gen. Hancock will be nominated in 1884 by acclamation. We have heard here from several quarters of the country, and from no point has there been op position to Hancock. His fine run last time, his capital behavior after being defeated, his visit to Washing ton City to attend the inaugural ball and the ceremonies, have taken him above the plane of mere politi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 May 1881

AT rt s» A.IITA 'i'" * ;m foRe THE sosroms COtan sui the Itis the pretty waiter girl, She's one among score! Cal And 'tis not thatI love theni less, life But oh! I loveher more i! Down to the festive board I sit; Le She stands behind my chair; e I catch the slight suggestive cough That tells se she is there.1 to 80I My pretty, pretty waiter girt! She hath a pleasant voice pa Of chops and steaks, of fish and fowl, She biddleth me make chot.e. I ponder on my little joke be While fingering the menu: Col Then : "If I were to order duck. Jo I might, perhaps, get you." Her eyes greon the table clothb: th Their glance, It is severe;o "Or, should I call for venison, Twere you again, my dear." da She wears the lofty look of one cal Whosearohesthe top shelf ; up "Pray do not ask for goose," says she; of "For you might get-youtself." lif 'THE SECRET LEGACY.e "b "You will obey this whim of your un- en cle's ? You will allow a romantic sense pil of duty to destroy the happiness of two m :liv t"l...

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

r : i.>,q i r R w M 1E3W J5AgT33M5lr·a.....W.t.Etr 1. A. Le13W17 ***.".**PubulshevLr BATON ROUGE, MAY28, 1881. A railroad excursion party willleave Vermillonville, on Jmne 6th, for Gal reston. The low price of $5.25 has been fixed for round trip tickets. Who in the face,of such facts can contend that railroads are not a great conve nience to the public. In the competitive drills lately held in New Orleas, tbhe Chickasaw Guards of Memphis, won the first prize of $1,000 by two points, over the Ches cent RWes, who were the winners of the second, of X500. In the artillery contest Battery C. Louisiana FAld Artillery,defeitl the Alabama'bit Artilley, and the -rack St. LouisLight Artillery by six teen points. The m4gy fif4 throighont this section, of Dr. F. M. Mumford, will heartily coincide with all the Fe liciana Sentinel as to say, regarding the-elevation of that gentleman to -the high one of Grand Chancellor of the popular order of the Knights et Pythias. Our confrere says: It is wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 May 1881

enstr t Kre t 4taJ.NKfno, rfl LO6AL MATTERSh . AmMoo t Ar RAer -Jun Cross, a col ered lad, aged fifteen, was brought from West Baton Rouge, yesterday,abid lodged in our parish jail, in default of furnish ing a bond for $2hm, to answer to the charge of Mrs. Josepla Gomiez Perez, a Portuguese, that on the 11th inst., on the Auglste Levert, Jr., plantation, Cross attempted to commit raupi on her per. son. Ina circular addressee. to his friends and former patrons in this awd adjoining parishes, that enterprising citizen and founder of the village of eo1pe Viae, Mr. A. B. Booth, announces that he has sold oat his interest in the various enterprises existihg there, to Ml J, Di Kenton, of New Orleans. Mr. Booth ids a young Wan of indomitable energy and push, who cannot fail to achieve success Winherever he goes. r l YOUR MONEiY Olt YE)LR LwF'.-At mibort 11 o'clock, on last Fria}, a degro named Sydney Taylor intduced Patrick Kinney, an irishman, to go with him to ae ora~lii ne the Univestat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 May 1881

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A. AND M. COLLEGE. DIRECUTORY. MBOARD o0 5ur1Is3T5. Gov. L. A. Wilts, es.ofolioPresidentN.Orleans Hon. E. . . Pay, Sept. Public Education ox. officio, New Orleans. Col. Wm Preston Johnston, President Faculty, ex-officlo, Baton Rouge. Gon. Leon Jastremaki. Vice-President, Baton Roage. R. T. Beauregard.. ............ St. Bernard John Clegg ............. ... Vermiillion John Dolbonde........... ...... NewOrleans G. U. Graham... .....Rapides A. A. Gunby......... . ..... .Ouachita W H. Pipes..............East Feliciana F. W. Price .................... ..... Jackson W. A. Strong...........-*..-.....Win* S. R. Thorpe ...............Avoyclles G. L. Walton.......... ......Concordla W. 8 Goodale, Seoretary.. ....Baton Rouge I. Skolfield, Treasurer....... ....Baton Bouge FACULT?. CoL Wm. Preston Johnston President and Pro. fessor of History and ingllsh Literature. J. W. Nicholson......Professor of Mathematics B. 8. McCulloch. Profeessor of Chemistry, Natu. ral li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 May 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic prevents Malaria See Joshua Beal's new list of groceries. Godeys' Lady Book for June, 1881, just received at Chamber's Book Store. BEE-HIVES. - See advertieement of Messrs.'Jadot & Vay, elsewhere, who have fifty colonies of hard working bees for sale. That deservedly popular citizen, Maj. W. T. Cluverius, arrived this morning, on a visit to his host of friends and chums. We extend him a first-class, double-breasted CAPITOLIAN welcome. FOR CHOLERA MORBUS.-In nine cases ontotf ten,the following diet, at this time, will bring about a first class case of Cholera Morbus. For dinner: Meat, fish, vegetables, blackberry pie and milk. For supper: almost anything, with hot rolls and butter and some but termilk. Then go to bed early and at 12 o'clock send for the doctor, you can hardly fail to need him by that time. THE NEW ORLEANS PACIFIc.-One of the engineers of this road, expressed the opinion day before yesterday, that cal culating from the progres...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 May 1881

sTONUFENCE SKACESON. Rich "I in di The dedication of the statue of in d Stonewall Jackson and the tomb of der the Association of the Arplyn of North- pig erv Virginia, has evoked many recol lections in connection with the histo- goal ry of the great Confederate General. thin Among others, an amusing anecdote oud Stor comes to our mind, which was going around among our fellow-prisoners at Fort Delaware, during the summer mo of 1 B62, just after Jackson's wonder- and fal campaign in the Shenandoah val- and ley, where he had defeated, in turn, ing the armies of Banks, Shields and Fre- fat can mont. The heroof the anecdote in ques- mit tion, was a GermBan who answer ed to the name of Bloom. Bloom belonged to that class of Boo non-combatants who followed the 'Va Federal Army in the capacity of a min roving trader. He happened to be fen( caught in company with a squad of ' y Jackson's straggling foot-cavalrymen, Got and, with these, yaaedrried to the vag old Capitol prison,; by dome Feder...

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