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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 July 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. P Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cure, Dyspep~ia EPIscoPAL. SERVIC1E,--W1 are author- h ized to announce that on next Sunday, J Rev. John Philsen, of Rosedale( will w hold divine service at 11 o'clock in the S Port Allen Episcopal Church, to which : the public are cordially invited to at tend. The Irene will leave Baton e Rouge at 1l o'clock returning after ser vice. CAPITOl, LoIWE K. ot. P.-We are requested to inform the memlbers of that organization that there will le a meeting of the same at DIe Soto Lodge, on Wednesday, July 27tl., at 7 s. . a The Grand Chanceller and other promi tent officers are to be prestenit. The: Knights are requested to let pllunctual in attending. Gen. J. Floyd King, a pla:eI Us un- li der obligations, by sending its a volumie a: with maps, "I" S. . l.alogy of the high sI plateaus of I tah." a very interesting Ii document for which he wilI 1l,iase ac cept our appreciative hanks. The General is one of our ial - and mostt zealous representatives it'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 July 1881

Thei Iton traoue, i!At'Ofrle ft lm likes Ibi ftivorº, ble ri;lort of t heo progresa of work uilponi LBe HState Ilouse: 'l'hn apitol is rapidly p,pirnalhing oinlliulh The sili Cmhilhllaller ridll th t, I, i4' 1l 14u41s1 of ' Ilerese'nltti vel t a4 l rooiu44 :' oiloroed; th1 rtoilemino of tho' IirsI ailld sH4c'ondl 4tOlil r('io e aln Hloorled. A ,tnrv"y of ths edlith' hiown plainly that th" uik it of the work in ldonle nill that it, woln' I, long, i rn tile oflietlrs Caln I1ist).' lisih theilnsolvelS coºlifortllbly in their re S k l tiiv, aplartmltenln. Our confrorise of t.ho prese can take the flattering unction tol tit'1r . ali Ilthait lhe ,epton)her 4 144iil ing of thll Press Associationl will he hI lt f either in the linow HNentllto Chlmh'Im r or lall of Ileprol,4nllln ti via. Whrtins tills Ih )dor o4 d4l0voil of $tat pride that 1le will d('liln to 44itn ke .o of thel tirst, oi'gaiilzeid ssm%'nhill.a or I loulti ana's en itiz'ens to neol within the w1ills of' thAt. ilnhleo o4f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 July 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Shursdn 's Qdition. lU Smeig Of C ftreder.le feterstM, BATOr 101 1o4, LA. July G, 18i. i'urJluant til i1 call of the Presidoll, the Conieleratel Veteran Annociation an eabled it thb. oficeof.Judlgo (. 1.L..Vay. 'Tho Ats,;i.tLion wiae cailed to ordehr Iby th Vicer: I'resi(dent, (C16t. John Me(Irat h, who ibrie'fly t ate'(d thle object of thn mneoet ing to be : Int. EIPie'etunl of olicorM. 2d. To pr. par. for the reception of the ANMo Aoliatiit of the Army of Terinemeis, in August 7,h, Ill. A inotion to p)r'oted to tl, elc.tion iof etlieOrM wi' armonded by (Ji,i. ,cstria ski, who mound that, th nii'rr now h.lding ov.'r, he rlclemetedi t L act, it their rspic tivempait& in n f, iillnL It'lutei'r the 7th of AugustL, which motion WIIa adoptedu. Preidentht Wax in th: ohaie. Vice- I'rmuldent, MfJrat:,ih erivedi that ii eumtuittern on arranginoientn,cornpoled' of eloiven ni'himbeirs, I happointedl, and tho motion "eiug put watt allopted. 'Tho P'riieiint uppoirji ted...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 July 1881

A Bloody Scene on she Confederate Cruiser's feck. C ,'. Philadelphia Timtes. The Kearsarge steamed away to sea ward until about nine or ten miles from the breakwater, when she veer ed ind went direct for the Alabama. That stopped the chaff the boys had been passing around about her hav ing weakened and turned tail, and each one seemed to realize at last that this was to be no child's play. By this time about three miles inter vened between the belligelents,which was rapidly being decreased. When within'about a mile and a quarter from the Kearsarge the Alabama veered, presenting the staboard broadside, and opened the ball by tiring hnr ll0-poinder rifle pivot at an elevation of two thousand yards range, followed almost instantaneous ly a whole broadside. The guns were worked and served with the utmost rapidity, and in a few minutes an other broadside was poured in, when the Kearsarge, being by this time about eight hundred yards distant, presented her starboard battery and the firing...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 August 1881

W. A. Le UIEUR, Publisher Ocia1 Journal of the City, and. Faris,» L. JASTREMSKI, Editor. O3A RouGE LOUISIANAA 'tSDAY, AUGTUIS ...* BR.i VOL.~~~~~ ~ ~ ~i· 3.BAON·. ,' .....--.-".,,... ATTORNEYS. i C. BIRD, ATroait r AT LAW. Will . attend promptly to all business intrusted to hma. Ofice on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. r- W. POPE, ArrTTaon AT LAW and L.* Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testimony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary Lithe parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v2nl3 rI IHO8. . DUPREC; ATIORtNEY I and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. ETERRON & BIEALE, H ArtrOeLmzsad COUNLor ATLAW. Ofice on North Boulevard street, near the poet office, Baton Rouge La. eWill attend to nill law busi nees entrusted to them in this and adjgoinin...

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

-- ] 3XON 5AgITREZRIN............,lWte W. A. . LesiE S '...........lPublisher BATQN EOU(GE AUGUST . 1881. A lie flies like a swallow ; multi- friei plies itself like the caterpillar; is ac- nati oepted everywhere like the visits of a mils king; it is a royal guest for whom the T gates fly open and the crowds ap- two plaud. fort ,.. T~ Farnorvillc Gazette says: "A crazy mar, crars~ by benzine, want- pes edto kill all the lawyers in town last week. Let him wait until our next to I court, when he will have more sub jects, and can commence-with the judge." nes A cocked revolver was found in a 1; mail bag at Bosto,. The package fori was addressed to a young lady at Nor- was wood, Rhode Island, to the care of dnu another young lady. The tellow who uni mailed it should be incontinently Mr. hung if he could be found. Jnu The Gubernatorial contest in Mis- per son aissippi, between stone and Barks dale, is growing warm. The general boi belief is that neither of these gentle- M men will be nom...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 August 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Cipltnl Ibocge No. VW, Knight of Pythinlm will metit to-morrow night ilt their hall, at7? o''look. The Hhrnveport Htandard aflys the young ldlins of that city don't eemn to rel~il the plontiful fruit rreson, bIecams thiey esy they catlt-felope. 'rThe ncorirdia EiRaglne nyly: "A now railroad from Batont Rmoge through Vi dtnli to littflt Iok in ml ttle taplr.s tome of our most Atlergette oitranveMs lhave, i'atrgt of the eultrprlme IMt w, mnny, look for resutlts." The Sihroveport Mtandarlttd il1 ,' nee' its lnt.o ntmberN not- Ce hfd ftho 'r.'. Il, wi hall 'relit|rt the' Ti'tns in limle of itm, 11, for clipping which was ints'rtoel ll tlhe' (,A1'ITOIIAN oltle (11i', ago. MiI.tak,' will happen in tlhe bh Ic tl regullh ilefl Iltlll lien, Yet, we matIke na'nrhclel' Inirrrbhlr byI offetring t.he1 4,0imtl, tesl rlpholog', Major Johnl AligIItinil il .1|lc . (.I, IOgden, of the (mtilitte' of ArrMage'. nut ntN of tho Artloy.ot ol' ttlllesMcen, anrriveld on ,mnnday morning and ...

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

He came to the bower of her I love, Twanging his sweet guitar, He called her in his song his snow white dove, His lily, his fair, bright ster. He sang that his love was beyond compare His voice was sweet as his song He said she was pure and gentle and fair, f And I thought that he wasn't far wrong. t] Why lie sang and played till the moon was high; And sweet was the love-born strain; e Till the night caught up each tremulous sigh And echoed each aweotrefrain, h He told h.w be loved her. o';r and o'er, 4 With passton in every word. In songs that I novorhoard before, And sweeter ones never were heard. And I-was Ijealous? Well, st arcely; no 1 was glad to hear his lay I ever echoed him--soft and low, d When he sang what I wanted to say. For while e stood 'neath the wipdosalll n Singing my darling's charms, C I sat in the parlor, dark and still With the girl that he sung in my arms. ii THAT PROTEsT, BATON RouOl, July 29, 1881. MT. EDITOR.--In yesterday's Ad vocate we find a protest agai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 August 1881

Ari 3l7 s F . o'·ý- r , W.L.eSUEUH, Publishe, omoiaj.gg gy L. JASTREMSKI, Editor. Vbt. 8. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THUk 0SAY, AU fTg ATTORNEYS. C . BIR ) AAeTToar AT LAw. Will . attend promptlyto all business intruated to him. Office on vonention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. CW. POPE, ATmoanI AT LAW and Sotary Publio, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of accounts, taking testimony under co'a miusson, and to all other matters requirilng the attention of Attorney or N in the parish of West Batdarouge. tgl3. T od Cousaelsr at Law. Ofimce-No. e, Pike's Bow, Baton Booue La. Will practice in the State and Federa o . EiRRON & BEALE, AHroRnzTs sad CouseaZsos AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near thepost ome, Baton Roouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entruited to them In this and adjoining parishee. A. S. Herron.............. L. D. Beale. FAVROT & LAMON, ATORn I NrN AT LAw. Office on North Boul...

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

WEm JASTREM SKI*****.** it* r W. A. Le.ITNEV . *.*..*ub..h..: e BATON ROUGE AUGUST 4, 1881. Passing around the hat is an old and excellent method of getting at the cents of a meeting. No man is a truly sucqgssfal farmer who allows his land to grow poor while le is cultivating it. A colored man sola the first bale of new cotton in Vicksburg. It brought sixteen cents per pound. P. W. Crowe, the Peoria manufacturer of infernal machinee lately shipped to Eilland, now acknowledges his guilt. A Frenchman advertise that he had a "chasm" for an apprentice. Ho had looked up the word "opening" in the dictionary. Rock Island has started a whale sen asation with a view to attracting visitors. The last story is that ten thousand whales were counted off the island at one time by an old lady. Geo. W. Taleb, formerly a citizen of Jefferson county, Va., and foreman of the jury that convicted John Brown, in consequence of which his family had been greatly persecuted during the war, died last Saturday...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. Shursdag's 4dition. reed's Gilt Edge Tonic assists Digestion Tickets for the concert are for sale at the principal stores. The public debt was deoioased over ten million dollars during July. Capital Lodge K. of P., met last even ing and decided to hold its regular week ly meetings on Saturdays at71 P. M. Dr. M. J. Lehman, Vice Grand Chan cellor of the State, order K. of P., is in the city, on a chart visit to hin brethren and friends. What's the matter with the N. O. City Item ? We've missed it for several days. Will not the manager oblige us by interviewing the devil that maken up the mails ? The Confederate Vetcraons will meet to-night at 7 o'clock, at Judge Vay's of Ike, Pike's Row, for the transaction of important business. Applications for membership will be acted upon. A full attendance Is requested. We had the pleasure of receiving a call from .J. W. Jones, Esq., of Shreve port, with whom we spent a nioment in agreeable conversation. Mr. Jones is on a short vis...

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

TA o yRUt.w TT.w atoi - who 4 EDIrTOR CAerrToLwAN-bhave watch-'b 'to ed with much interest the little con only troversy, between the Natchitoches centr Vindicator and CAPITrroLIAx, on the ereig question of States Rights and the prin- to ciples of the Democratic party, and will ] with many other long-life Democrats Me most express surprise that one who followed the Southern cross through and the eventfuthl scenes of blood and car unage, In the inhuman war, waged by esslates the Federal Government againslot the i Southern States, and then, after these close of the great conflict, during the Sori period of reconstructi6n, worked o The falthfully for the political redemption ernn of Louisiana, local selfgorernment of t and the broad fundamental princi- ft pla of the Democratlic party, should thef i~ss the at this late date, renoaunce the main elall plank upon which the party stands, Mt has always stood, and stigmatize itad b us a "pernicious doctrine." If any one, who is in doubt, or 1g...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 August 1881

* f11 L. ELI omola vour 1at or e ityi gs .a W. A. Le.SEUR, BPub TO ROUGE. J'urLO ptC n AUG3: JASTRBEMSKI, v0yt.`. BATON ROUGE, LOi$AN, 'TRDA AUG ATTORNEYS. 1i C. BIRD, Arrouusr AT LAW. Will 1" attend promptly to all business intrusted to hbim. Ofloe on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. SW. POPE, ATromnra AT LAW and ( Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Spleclalattention given to the col lecotion of secount4s, taking testimony under cornm mission, and to all other matters requiring the tteon of an Attorney@r Notary in the parish of W Baton Rouge. apr24 v2nl3 riOf. B. DUPREE, ArrouieY I Coaaselor at Law. Offlce-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and FederalCourts. HIf RRON & BEALE, ATroRNwYe and CouNszLoea AT LAW. Ofice on North Boulevard treet, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. S. Herron.... ..........L.D. Beale. F...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 August 1881

W. A. ..r.J...ae BATON ROUGE, AUGO8Ti4.t Pasing Around the hat is an ok and excellentsaethod of gettingat theCenta of a meeting. No man is a truly succesefti farmer who allows 'his land to grow poor while he is ncultivating it. A ooloredman sold the first bale of mew cetton in Vicksburg. It brought sixteen cents per pound. P. W. ,Cowe, the Peoria manufaoturer of infernal machines lately shipped to England, now acknowledges hi ilt. A Frenehman advertised that he had a "chaesm" for an, apprentice. He had looked up the word "opening" in the dictionaty. Rock Island has started a whale sen eatien with a view to attracting visitorsi. The last story is that ten thousand whales were counted off the island at one time by an old lady. Geo. W. Taleb, formerly a citizen of Jefferson county, Va., and foreman of the jury that convicted John Brown, in conseqpence of which his family had been greatly persecuted during the war, died last Saturday night. The Indians are rapidly learning the value of ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 August 1881

TOCAPITOLIAN--thav fh uucp h interest the on y versy, between the Natehitoche cent Indicator and CAPITOLuAN, on the ereil %estion of States Rights andtheprin- toge ples of the Desperatic party, and will ith many other Ldng-life D IPsqrats nast express surprie thait one vho and slowed the Sonthei 4roee through the e eventful scenes of blood jd car- p ige, in the inhumap war, *4ed by e te Pe al Government agaifst the erej ,uthern Stas, and then, after the Stat of the at conflict, during the hori irfod of reconstruction, worked so The ithfally for the political redemption ernz r Louisiana, local self government of 3d the broad fundamental princi- fron les of the Democratic party, should the. Sthis late date, renounce the main ciall lank upon which the party stands, men as always stood, and stigmatize it ed l s a "pernicious doctrine." T If any one, who is in doubt, tor ig- gran orant of this important question, men rill study the Constitution adopted thei y the Convention of 1787-which...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 August 1881

iBATON ROUGE AUG 6, A lie flea like a swallow.;, multi ,plies itself lile the caterpillar; is ac-o cepted everywhere like the visits of a king; it is a royal guest for w'hom the gates fly open and the crowds ap plaud. The Farmerville Gazette says: "A crazy man, crazed by benzine, want edto kill all the lawyers in town last week. Let him wait until our next court, when he will have more sub jects, and can commence with the judge." A cocked revolver was found in a mnail bag at Boston. The package was addressed to a young lady at Nor wood, Rhode Island, to the care of . another young lady. The fellow whd mailed it should be incontinently hung if he could be found. The Gubernatorial contest in Mis sissippi, between Stone and Barks dale, is growing warm. Tie general belief is tl neither of thcen gentle men will be nominated. In the heat of the contest a dark horse will trot olf with tLe lauli A Philadelphia Clergyimau who umarried a couple a few days ago and was cheated out of his fee, t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 August 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. S a ll . Itisa. Reed's Gilt EdgeTon assists Digestion The Shreveport Itandard says the young ladiae of that eity don't seem to relish the plenttil fulit On, because they say they *ataelope. TNb Coucordi. Eagle says: "A new railroad fima BDaP Rouge through Vi sala to Lttle Rook Is on the ltapli. Some of our most energetli citiens hlave charge of the enterprise and we, may look for results." 'rThe Shroeport tandardI ill ocne of its into numbers noted the faLict that we lhad credited the '[ime" in lieu of iteeltf, for a clipping which was inserted' in the CAl'oLr.eIAN sOmne ledays ago. Mintaken will happen n the bust roegulctel l'et fmnº lies. Yet, we mecke am'eede hmncorabl by ofering the arceetontmed apology. MO)orJnbhn Augusitin and .Judlge C. G. Ogden, of the Coanluittee cof Arrcange A ments of the Army ofTcenneel't, crrivtde on Munday morning tandl let', on yester day for Now Orleans, by the '::.1 o'loc'k, P. M., train, 'rbTse gentinmcn hbave per. fclted nill the ar...

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

a s*Cit aireless id a tos s ' '= V5 S ig your soft hands to t you see the heavy burde 5 siowe Sshe is wont to hear, TOWN Brong the lines upon her forehead, with I Sprinkle silver in her bair ? dreatt Daghter, don't let mother doit! Tog i ot let her bake and broil te T Ih the long, bright summer hourns an glhare with her the heavy toil. city, 1 see, her eye has lost its brightness, its h( Faded from her cheek the glow. And the step that once was buoyant queer New is feeble, tired and slow. twenl Daughter, don't let muother do it ' T1w She has cared for'you so long, been "' ,,i' rigaht the wear nd feeble fed. a ' h ould be tailing for the strongt ings -#aken from your listless languor. been dSeek her side to cheer and bless, been SLd yonr grief will he less bitter Lady When the sods above her press. To Danghter, don't let mother do it! try f( You will never, never know cried What were home without a mother, ror 9 'Till that mother Igth low; and Low beneath the blling daisies. that Fre...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 August 1881

SLOCAL SATTERS. Sharda's Q dition. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic assists Digestion Tickets for the, concert are for sale at the principal stores. The public debt was decreased over ten million dollars during July. Capital Lodge K. of P., met last even ing and decided to hold its regular week l meetings on Saturdays at 7# P. M. Dr. M. J. Lehman, Vice Grand Chan cellor of the State, order K. of P., is in the city, on a short visit to his brethren and friends. What's the matter with the N. O. City Item t We've missed it for several days. Will not the manager oblige us by interviewing the devil that makes up the mails t The Confederate Veterans will meet to-night at 7 o'clock, at Judge Vay's of flee, Pike's Row, for the transaction of important business. Applications for membership will be acted upon. A full attendance is requested. We had the pleasure of receiving a call from J. W. Jones, Esq., of Shreve port, with whom we spent a moment in agreeable conversation. Mr. Jones is on a short visi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 August 1881

LOVE I P 3 I5A?1@N. He eime to the bower of her I love, Twanginig his sweet guitar, He called her in hissong his snow white dove, Hislily, his fair, bright star. He sany that his love was Beyond compare BiT voice was sweet as his sonig He saidl she was pure and gentle and ftair, And I thought that lie wasn't far wrong. Why hle ang and played till the moon was high; A d sweet was the love-born strain; Till the night caught up each tremulous sigh And echoed each sweet refrain. lie told Low he loved her. o'er and o'er, With passilon in every word, In songsthat I neverheard beft'ore. A nd sweeter one never were heard. Ant; I-was Ijealous' Well. earcely "no: I was glad to hear his lay I ever echoed him-soft and low. When he sang what I wantud to -4y. For while he stood neath the window *1l Hinging my darling's charms. I wat in the parlor, dark and still With the girl that he sung in my armis. THAT hOTEST, BATON RoueE, July 29, 1881. MT. EDITOL.-In yesterday's Ad vocate we find a protest ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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