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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 August 1881

L. .1ANTHEMý$I, EU ditow VOL. 8. BATON ROUGE. LOUISIANA, THUSDA )4 AUGUST 18,. 81 ATTORNEYS. ( C. I hIRD, ATTOHXt Al LAW. Will ./. attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ArToanvl AT LAW and " Notary Public, Port Allen, West laton iGSouge, La. Special attention giren to the col lfetion of accounts, taking testimony under com. n iaiou, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish 'of West Baton Ronge. apR4 v2na13 riHOS. B. DUVI- , ATroaInt 1 sa Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Batoe Rouge, La. Will practice in the Htate and FederaC (oartj. H ERRON & BEALE, ATTrotny sand CoUNsesito AT LAW. Office on North ioulevard street, near the post office, Baton Iougo, La. Will attend to all law busia ners entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. 8. Herrn .................. . L.. Beale. F AVROT & LAMON. Arron NEvS AT LAW....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 August 1881

LEO% JASTBzMSI Et............odi W. A. Le$IEU .--..*.... .*...Paku her BATON ROUGE AUGOU1T 18, 1'81. Texas has a new law making it a mis demeanor to injure baggage by handling it 'maliciously, carelessly or recklessly.' Two Italian Carabineer's have iden tifled Robello, as Esposito, in the ex amination before Commnissioner Osborne, in Now York. A girl opened a barber shop at lonmer, Illinois, and closed it in a month, hav ing alreadly nmarrid on, of the men whom she shaved. Sharpen your raz ors, dear girls. Home one hlas couinted the parenthenes in Carlyle's "Reminiscences" and finds no less than six hundred and flifty-eight of thone on twenty-six pages. Carlyle slhould "dash" this critic aside. William R. l)icke~rsoi, mone of the old. eat, lawyers in i'hiladelphia, was ros poctedl and fairly sllecess'fll beflc e lhe went into the great Whittaker will for gory. Now he is 1,ioketi down, penlii ! ls, and a conviVet Ilore's a I'eck from the Hun : It is said that I'itnecy, the crooked t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 August 1881

I LOCAL MATTERS. wi ----- sh ýhursda 's 5 dition. pe for Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regulates the ty Bowels. bei The people of Port Allen, extend a cor dial invitation to the church goers of w this city, to attend divine services at their Episcopal Church, on Sunday nextci at 11 o'clock, A. M. Rev. John Philson, of Rosedale, will officiate. ° to The temperature last night was quite of cool, so much so that sleepers generally so got under cover. To that extent Ven- Th nor's predictions are being verified. on Whether blankets and overcoats will be ad needed by the end of the week, seems mi quite doubtful, judging from the heat, ah which, this 9 A. M., is already making itself felt and has more than thawed out th the coolness of last night. tw wi Major Thompson J. Bird, is having pr erected in Spanish Town suburb, one of th the neatest cottage style villas we have seen for some time. It will be airy and roomy, and will present a very attractive appearance. The greatest beauty of all is tha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 August 1881

The MRytry et tBhe Milsc n Whalrr rlalnlnsie oelvedby bthe (e.w of S 'Thi lf4Itameer It. Psul. Wrecke'd in the' ArtIye Sellom and Frlse.a to D'enth. rthe s'ne f ¢the tamtie In an In. dilin Village!. Now fitt' n 'rtin', N, RIuANlMEop$A0,,Algt l -.-Thel- o A hlcaai, (ntnafniatl tLi (oiptlny's r,itun to ýt I'atnl, which trrivefthi tnorta ng, hringtln the following advicrfnt fr'om Alankli: 'aipt. i',1;ei'r, of tli' r4+vcutlll lntor f.lt 'o wi, 1rIl, vel( inl t.i lltgi 'nt of f.l e i 0l'itylry olf pomt %% i'ºrtk(ftl whtlot| by Idla i onhl May 2011, aln ho sit otLoe' pMt t lt. IL tago Iparty, tllt der Ielrtt, IlHrring, I inveAtigatl t thlt pIrty lamnd'l on Ihlutnchini ilnaid on lu.tn' 2, aned madel tlhilr way ovel the t lee weotward to tthel nloulth of tlhe Wlialke'llnil river, about oalne iltndroll mthley 'ron (Inptm eidIloe, where they oll in with aI party of tnativte, In whlloe I poleºsiOl were f'oundl al Iierlon takenl froml tiihe wre!ck, The ('orwln'p party aNso saw and talk...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 August 1881

JJJ..1JJJ1_ j.1 1 1· - L±,,, 0UII14fl4 W . A . L, rfcY t11 U R P nb fbr o o il 1 J o u r n l1 o r t he Ci t y' a n d P a ri s . . L. .1 AN'TJLtCM941(, Udttonp L BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA SATURDAY, tUTST 20, J AT()ORNEYI. ( .' HI. lllt ) A'ron AT LAw. Will . atttnad prom pty to all buginessr intrsted to Iim, (tint on tamvenitio strent, botween I'bird t~und t'hrrlh streets, Baton Roual, La. t( W. VO'P~I Ar'O*skMv At Law and /. Notary Public, Port Alln,, West liaton lItonae, ,La. lUprral (ttontlon glvn to the col, lnt lonl of reecounts, tn.kln testiolony tlnder remo Imi'slon, and to all other matt.ern requlrink the att.lntlon of tn Attorney or Notary In lthi parlsh of WVest lEaton Ihou. p aptil&4 vl:l L snd Cotnmsoor Ast lw. Ol(i-Nbo, ,i, Plkn's flow, iBatn Rougie, La. Will practioe In the tabte, ad Ft deral týottrtl. ERIR1LON c H ,A l EL , AII rroutic radCad ounsaaons AT LAW, OUtl ln Nortbl ,ihulevatd street., neor thie poet oflare, iaton Ito, e, LAt Will Attmid to all law btusll ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 August 1881

W. A. IIEUB ..........PubUsher BATON ROUG, AUGUST 20, 1881. Texas has a new law making it a mis- un demeanor to injure baggage by handling inc it 'maliciously, carelessly or recklessly.' no' - -- tar Two Italian Carabineer's have iden- bxi tifled Rebello, as Esposito, in the ex- 8t amination before Commissioner Osborne, co in New York. A girl opened a barber shop at Homer, Illinois, and closed it in a month, hav ing already married one of the men whom she shaved. Sharpen your raz ore, dear girls. So pe Somp one has counted the parentheses an in Carlyle's "Reminiscences" and finds no less than six hundred and fifty-eight pr of them on twenty-six pages. Carlyle up should "dash" this critic aside. ev William R. Dickerson, one of the old e~t lawyers in Philadelphia, was res pected and fairly successful before he wont into the great Whittaker will for- tel gery. Now he is broken down, penni- br less, and a convict. ty llere's a Peck from the Sun : It is said that Pitney, the crooked tr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 August 1881

SBlA SEA FRUIT. The mystery of the Mihling Whaler Vfiluante solved by the rew of The Steamer St. Paul. •Wreeked in the Aretie *egiona and Frozen to Death. The Scene of the Famine in an In. dian Village. New Orleans Times. SAN FRANCISCO, August 15.-The Alaska Commercial Company's steam er St. Paul, which arrived this morn ing, brings the following advices from Alaska: Capt. Hooper, of the revenue cutter Corwin, received intelhgonce of the discovery of some wrecked whalers by Indians on May 20, and he at once sent out a stage party, un der Lieut. Herring, to investigate the party landed on Laluchinin Island on June 2, and made their way over the ice westward to the mouth of the Wankeerem river, about one hundred miles from Cape Serdze, where they fell in with a party of "natives, in whose possession were found ar ticles taken from the wreck. The Corwin's party also saw and talked f with the natives, who had boarded the wreck, and exhibited two piles of articles which they said they ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 August 1881

,IEO, IAsTIIE[BE]K............e W. . A. Le]UE$R .........**Pablisher BATON ROUGE, AUGUST 20, 1881. There was a very destructive storm at Petersburg, Va., Sunday. A good deal of property was damaged. Two negroes went to sleep on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad track. When picked up the bodies were pretty near thole, but life had flitted away to the angel land. A few weeks ago the Shreveport Standard chided us for clipping an item from its columns and crediting the Times with the same. Now we return the charge. A woman exhorter among the negroes of Southern Georgia wears on her head .a halo of burnished brass, which she says was given her by an angel in a vi sion as a reward for superlative piety. Sad to relate, the negroes believed her. The Treasury Department has denied the application of A. K. Miller & Co., of Now Orleans, for a refund of duties on about 262 tons of coal which formed a part of a cargo of 1977 tons imported into New Orleans per steamer Elpis in May last. Eg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 August 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. uesdaq's Oldition. Seed's (lilt Edge Tonic Regulates the Bowels. P. H. Mentz, Esq., well known to our entire peoples, among whom he was reared is spending a few days to this city. lie looks the picture of good health. We take pleasure in placing him on the list of "distingnished arri vals." ''Old Soldiers" who sent the tlanmitng telegram from Clinton, which the Ad. vocate published, protesting against the exeursion of the Army of 'l'Tnnom 1e, bhave not yet been i.entittled, n, Captain (riorge W. Packwood infot'rue.d  on yesterday. Last nutnday was on(e iof the hottest t dlays we've had this snimniier, catln we, heartily pitied the excicnreionist nmany i of whom were ladies. Ye't, the latter t particularly, walked ab)tt bravely un- 1 der their narrow unnbrella. Jnst as if the broiling sna1 was not shining. At the meesting of the' Knights of I I'ythias, on last Satutrday night, Mr. (Ieorge W. lturgess, a charter m btrntlheer of the Lodge, was fully initiated in the' lm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 August 1881

JOHN BROWN'S RAID. A. ltterentian Aceeout Giwve by a Ite MKeamtakS SnI9 shb Who Wa fel: mlraer Armoer at Bar- ha per's ferr. a Leatrning that Mr. Ben Milus, the col nhrateed gun-maker of this city, was pre sent at the raid of .John Brown upon eni Harper's Ferry, in 1~59, your :orrespon ed dent called upon him and asked him to co gi ve his recollections of that noted event Cld fur the bnnefit of the Courier-Journal's Inc readers. Mr. Mills is a New Yorker by 'TI birth, and caune to Kentucky in 1ý-3. w He' wai born in 1I10, and, though sei - str elnty-one years of age, is still hile and helirty and works daily at his trade of Kr guamaking. He learned hii trade in (!anada, cominug thence to Kentucky and settling at May's Lick. At that place ha he worked for two years and thou went ful to Stanford. He staid at $tanford four ye'ars and then moved to Harrodsburg. After Ieing at Harrodsburg fourteen wt years he was, in 1ºl5, tendered, by John sel IB. Floyd, then Secretary of War, the po. a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 August 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. hursda5's ýdition. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regulates the Bowels. The people of Port Allen, extend a cor dial invitation to the church' goers of this city, to attend divine services it their Episcopal Cbarch, on Bnnday next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. Rev. John Philson, of Rosedale, will officiate. The temperature last night was quite cool, so much so that sleepers generally got under cover. To that extent Ven nor's predictions are being verited. Whether blankets and overcoats will be needed by the end of the week, seems quite doubtful, judging from the heat, which, this 9 A. M., is already making itself felt and has more than thawed out the coolness of last night. Major Thompson J. Bird, is having erected in Spanish Town suburb, one of the neatest cottage style villas we have seen for some time. It will be airy and roomy, and will present a very attractive appearance. The greatest beauty of all is that its cost will be comparatively small. The Major de serves to be complimen...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 August 1881

The Bull Ru 8kedadl ,'. ,_.-- LadlereaS A1de of ti e ijit Great Battle of the War. WanMintton UlRpnblelan., It was no subject for merriment--no body felt fighting then-but now, after the lapse of twenty years--just listen ! The da' was fiarfully het, such days alwayfare, and by 12 or 1 o'clock, July 12, 1861, the men were pretty well warmed up for the work before them. We were in Shernman's brigade, he was afterward heard from by way of Atlantic and other points farther south ; and of course we were alsoin the tight. There are thousands living to-day who werlin that fight and yet never saw Bull Rlun. Strange! We were in the fight butdon't pro pose to draw a picture of the combat; such battles can't well be described, especially when they lhappen to wind up with a breakdown followed by an "every man for himselt and the devil take the hindmost" kind of a dance, the first step of which is easier than all the rest put together. Certain details, however, can be put on pa per afterward. H...

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

TRI,,ý ,E2EKL .i,, :i - .. .-   i , . , , , i, n , . l. ......  _: W. A. LeMUIUR, Publishe c o" the. i "E P e L. JATREIM:IKl, Editor. O.c our - ty . Pa·. VOL. 3. BATON ROIGE. LORUISIANA,. TUESDAY, AUGUST , , I. ATTORNEYS. .. C. IuRL) ArroT'reY AT LAW. Will . attenld prompt.l to all bnulness intrunted to hime. Otlice on Colventiton street, between 'Third and Church strehts, Baton houge, La. C W. POPE, ATrotrEY Ar LAW and " Notary Public, Port Allhn, West latonl Itouge, La. Special attention lgven to the col lectioln ol account, taking tentimnovny under corm. mIiction, and to all other matters requirlin the :attenltion of an Attorney or Notay In tler parish of West Baton rlonge, apr v42nl3 rll -HO. . Hi. DU PIREE A _T'S F.Y I and Counselor at Law, (Oflice--No. ;, Pikels ICW, Baton Ronge, La. Will practice in the Ate~and Federal f onrt. HIRRON & H3EALE, ArtoHNwYn s and CotL'NsM.o AT LAW. OLfic on North Bloulevard street, near the post office. lBaton R:ouge, La. Will attend to ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 August 1881

W. A. Le3V ...... ****I* bshhe, BATON ROU0Q, AUOU8T 3. 1881, Thoe Oorgla Logislatute has made it apenal offense for one person to polnt a gan at another. Gate posts should be set out firmly. t A g~rea deal may hinge upon them ais your girls grow tip. t 'The extensive foundry, known as the 1 Otwe Stove Works, in $t. Louis, was e destroyed by fire Htunday. 'rho Amite lndopeudntoL givl Inotlice that thle 1ronoh Liver Iad Company ire swindlers. Cash is the, bost polcly, A Philadelphia weormn was lately bound over to answ.,r ia chargo brought against her by 'ineghlt¢bor of being a cornmoni sooll. Homne of tho girls of trhl, perio.d aro jpartingl their hair on nuo side. ''hey do thisn iomteo tlhey do not will to look iiko the iofll young iom who paIrt theitr hair in thie uiIddlle. 'The Ioston iPost.t says: And now it is mlid that thorl in IIl) hIstitJy I7betwienl Chloingoi'ld M,. Loii eldito'rs, nill thiey uiroly twit 'tI(h .1tl er of lilavinig lig toot iºionuIINO huy gt, 1h1rit, o...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. ntusdnl's dtition. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regulates the c Bowels. tl We learn that Mr. Joseph Collins, of ai West Baton Rouge, barely escaped has a ing a foot crushed in the slide of a saw in mill, the other day. He was fortunate tl enough to extricate it before he had sus- re tained any serious injury. ili The clerk of the weather unscrewed ti the heat valves during Sunday and Mon day. The consequence was that the l poor sinners of the Capital sighed and of groaned, looking anxiously, but in vain, for relief in the flteeting clonds that alas were as dry as a powder horn. cc About 350 colored Excursionists from nt the lower coast,reached here at 1 o'clock pi on Sundays They spent the day visiting to the points of interest in olr city and tUi went back happy at nightfall. They di were very orderly and were hospitably all entertained by our colored residents. tl: Wittinlg's estallishle'nt is being got ten in readiness for the fall campaign. I. An inilmense anlld varied ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 August 1881

CEWTRAL JFACTOaIZ6Se The New Industries That are to De. velopthe Besources of the State. And Eradicate the Present Labor System. g Millions ofDollars to be Saved by the a ManufactureofBagasse into Pa. bl per Stock. he Aims and Objects of the Co-op. at erative Association. A short time ago the question of central sugar factories caused a great deal of discussion in mercantile and agricultural circles. It was everywhere regarded as a most important one, and its ultimate solution was awaited S( with a great deal of anxiety. Yester- a day a Times reporter met Mr. Theo- a phile Hmrang, the well known agricul turist, who has given the question a great deal of attentive consideration and who has been looked upon as the s person most likely to unravel the dif ticulties that surround the proper ex- o0 ,ecution of the plans that have been suggested for the establishment of central factories. Accosting Mr. Ha- I rang, the Times man asked: bl "What progress have you made in your schemes!" . a "...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 August 1881

r.+. WA.LeSUEUR+ Publishert Omciai Jouxrn~al of the city a~nd Part 1a.. L. JAWTHEMSKI9 Editor. V~h 3* BATON ROUGE. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AuGUST 2M1 V OL. 3, ·-"-r. -C- --- I- ~-~ ~~.,I~;~~~ssa~?-·r-~:p~~~~e ATTORNEYS. C c. BIRD ATlTORntT AT LAW. Will . attend prompty to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ArTOuNEr AT LAW and . Notary P..bllc, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Bpclal attention gven to the col. letion of accou t, taking testmony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the I attention of an Attorney or Notary in the pariah of West Baton Rouge. ap 2n13 rI!HOB. B. DUPBBE rro~ U 1 and Conselr at Law. Of)ce-o. 0, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Conrts. IýRRON & BEALE, 9 H ,TO sad COUNSELORs AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street. near the post office, Baton Roug~e, La. Will attend to all law bnsi* sear entrusted to them in this and ad...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 August 1881

NEON INASTEKbRI ..........*Editor W. A. LeAUEWB ......"*....Pablsher BATON ROUGE, AUGUST 25, 1881. 8 The popular belief is that the Presi. dent's end is near. Louisiana is tenth on the list of salt t producing States. li 8 A Western actor is named Tongde. His name is in everybody's month. - a Two Mormon preachers were recently driven out of St. Clair county, Ala. The present drouth in sections of Ken- t Lncky has not been equalled for seven 7ears. t The Anti-Prohibitionists have carried ' casloosa, Ala., by 400 majority, and t the oquntyin which it is situated by 750. Maj. Daniel, the Democratic candi date for governor of Virginia, has a pale beardless face and a boyish expression, reminding bne of Byron, The French learned something at our a Centennial, and now over 100) French I daily papers are printed on American newdpaper printing presses. The tide of foreign emigration to 1 this country shows no abatement. Du- C ring the month of muly the immigrants 1 arriving in the United St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 August 1881

truh·p~tlpilolian S LOCAL MATTERS. : _Il: ffl- 1.1-7IT;II guesdU'I 4dtdion. oh da Reed'1 IIt Edge To1110 Regulated th lo1 fowela... "ho you ever think olf me," iN the title of a charming eong compoeed by Mr. A. to .1. Reoynold, of the Donalduonvitle Chief, "n ct in musiac by Almee Bfeegeey, which I' will Ie found for salne at Mrs. C. NIun- 11 ing'sM The author will pleonne accept our thankm for the copy sent to the CArP (rOI IAN. ki. 'that wholesouled gentleman, Mr. IVW. A. Vrnrtot, the talenteatl Architect utof le re Capitol, with hiN brother, orrived here 1' on yesterday evening, on a tour of in- W apection, lien report. the work to lie W progrcm ing aatisfactorily, iand Ntite1' hi that the (.lfitr will be iauliIntit ly 'emni No Ipiketl bIy Nov. Ilt, focr eii niuiiny, iIIn I the event that an citra aeeaioii in rillrd, .h Co We haIl the plenIsuir of rrrc'i 'ig ti li viait oT Mhcritr 4ullen (Connrly, olf Ver inn 01 risl, who brought downi to the Ilotel dte *ietna,. , mlle F. M. ranr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 August 1881

2101 Is PO"011 CoVP3R, r'Ie R Itag of L. T. Obeaver aM d Ni u Wemadliug fb Joseph aemon by egroMes. rsifte oeu tuaini'ruPr, Aug. ttSh. On iihnday morning last this com muenity was thrown into a state of great exci ount by the news that about 12 o'dlock Saturday night, Mr. L. T. Chenvjrt had been killed, Jo nseph aron ierlounsly wounded, and several other whites tired on by a cro ' of laperate negroes. After (aib4y sea &hitng for thir partictIlars, we ta ed the following faots: Oct, lcatutay evening, the 13th inst. Aii pity of young ladies and gentlemen had gatheredl at the realt deni*f %jrs. J. . Garon, on FPalse River, where they were to have a niglht'mbo and wheore they spent the Evenlug In ipleasanti antusetnent; and it '0e0t s that the negroes of upper I'alse ltiver had chosen the same glgitto iave a ball in the building frnerly lsed as a negro school-house which is About one hundred feet from the residence of Mrs. Garon and situateAd on premises at present oc cupie by Mr. D...

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