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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 September 1881

w v :1 ý. 5 f3 'U Bs ti t 1{F a +k JaSTH'- e l, N.gt1-9.j VOL 8. BATON ROUGZ LOUIS ATTORNEYS. C . L. I za7 aropAT:Lr ;tLw . Wi . attend promptly to all business lntruet. to him. Odice on Cvention street, betweei Third ibd Church streeat, Baton Rouge, La. C. W. V"(PE Aronx A trLaw am " otary Pblic, Port Allen, West Ilatom Rouge, La. ped Attention giveno to the cot lectlon of accounts, taking testimony under comrn mission, and to all other mia ter rreqniing the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parist of West Baton Rouge. a npti vil3 i and Counselor at Law. Ofle-No!. K, Pike's 1tow, 1l$bW Rone, La. Will practiie in the Mate aa4 Federa[Courts. SERRON & BEJCALE, ArTOUIeIr sad CovnMaLous AT LAW. Of1ce a North Boulevard street, near the poet oflco, Ito Ron e, La. Will attendto all law bo . estrursted to thomn in this and atjoining A. I. Herton...... .. . L.D. Beale. F AVROT & LAMON. Ariour F KEYM At LAW. Oiae on North Boulevard street, Baton Rbouge, La. Will attend to all ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 September 1881

w. A. vieU3 .........Pahia BATON ROUGE, SEPT. 2, 1881. The most horrid nsuicide on record I that of a man who took a drink of Chi eago water. Cream-colored stockings are the late rage. . The girls say they lust match an ice cream colored mouth. A Bostonian tells of a Now Yorke who had so big p month that the last dime he gaped be lost his balance and fell in. An old tippler says he never will vote for a temperance law, but he is warmly in favor of getting rid of whisky by consuming the "plzen." This is one of thd eadconditionu o life, thatexperienco is not transmissible. No man will learn from the sufferings o another; he must suffer himself. It is estimated that the Secretary o State, Treasurer, and Comnptrollor, o Tennessee, will get each about $20,000 as fees for refunding the Stato debt. One reason why poople fail to visi stores that do not advertise says an ex tehango, is because they do not wishi disturb the clerks in their social enter tainment at the doors. The Washington Ar...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 September 1881

21LOCAL MATTERS. harsdaq's 4Wti*h Exhausted and enfeebled consttutions sufernlag from dyspapesa, nerroesnese and general weakness cured by Brown's Iron Bitters. JawIsiu ANNIvUIWAUnS. - Saturday, the 24th, being the Jewish New Year, and Monday, Got., 3d, being the day of Atonement, all the principal storee kept by our Jewish fellow-citieans will be eleosed on those days. Without any exception the best show in every detail, we have seen for many years. The performance, as advertised, was carried out faithfully, and could not fail to please the most fastidious. Whitehall (N. Y.) Times. We break through the rule for once and extend to the Shelby, Pollman & Hamilton shows a word of praise. They give a beautiful and classic perfor i ance in every department, and per form all they advertise.-Plattsburg (N. Y.) Times. Blunderbuss goes off backward's: "There's one thing I like about the new version," said old Blunderbuss. "That ere text about the boy being 'father to the man' is left out...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 September 1881

sus. .eu~isBupbIflp. Tbhe sub J tolcbsua the producingbusiuess lnLouisiana sas . to separate the agricultural from tom mechanicatpart is again attraer1n attention in that State. It is a iIle strange that the Louisiana planters should be so sloir to adopt a reform: whose advantages are manifest. There :s no more reason why every canegrower ip that State shoulod make his own sugar than every Illi nois farmer should manufacture his own cream into butter. This is what the Illinois fariper actually did ten years ago; but when it was proved that central creameries run by ma ohinery and provided with labor-sa ving appliances could make better-& batter and at a smallAr cost than the individabl farmere could, they atonce gave up their home dairies and adop ed the pra ce of selling their milk to their creameries, or central butter factories. The.lespon ought to be studied by the 'onisians cane-grow eS. A farmer or' planter makes a clumsy mechanic. It is his business to produce the raw mat...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 September 1881

f, L. LsUZU Pabwneew O2291&l o VO. BATON ROUGE. LOUI3W4A SA AOý RRO" 3 ·R i $3j: i ý . jl o 6 4 ' rj j3 r 4 t. Y. , f ýf r '' Ij 1,~ ·~~3k!~ ATTORNEY8. r .. BIRD ATeuluT Ar LAW. Wi J. attend pomp to all baldnes itruated to. h Oim~, ne t o n eeen , between Third and Church streest, Baton Rouge, . C. W. 'OPEi, Aioinr AT LAW ad C1. rilotary Pobb Port Alhem, West BAoin R-eLa. Spe oal otteaton glen to th aol of aeonat., taking testimony nnder .com mission, sad to all other mattes requiring the tteatIon of an Attorney or Not L th pý-arl 1 Weslt Bate. Rouge. p BHOS. B. DOPR r1aifoh1I3I a Lad CommaSle at Law. Oros.-No. I, Pke. Bow, Baton Booea,. L.' Will practice in tý State acrd YedarlCourte. TERRON Ji BEBALB os Ron L Bohulerd tret, near the poat :od Eat.-n lReue, La WIUl attend touIlllw bo- . eClr e 1t! to them In thi u.ad adjeainf P - SHrre ....... L. D. Be. - . erren ............ -AVROT & LAMON. Arro ar e Ar LAW. 01ke on North Boulevard law bulee.nttruuýed to tlor in this an ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 September 1881

. m .A** BATON ROUGB 8EPT. 24. 18.ti BAdTON EOUGGE, 8BPT. 241, 1881, i The most horrid snicide on record that of aman who took a drink of'Cjfi eago water.. Cream-colored stockings are the la rage. The girls say they iust match an ice cream colored month. A Bostonian tells of a New Yorke who had so big a 'mouth that the las time he gaped he lost his balance an fell in. i An old tippler says he never will vo for a temperance law, but hoe is warmly in favor of getting rid of whisky by consuming the "pilen." I This is one of the sadconditions o life, thatexperienceo is not transmissible 'No man will learn from the sufferings o another; he must jffer himself. It is estimated that the Secretary o State, Treasurer, and Comptroller, o Tennessee, will get each about $20,00 as fees for refunding the State debt. One reason why people fail to visit stores that do not advertise says an ex- i change, is because they do not wish t disturb the clerks in their social enter t tainment at the doors. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 September 1881

st. nsois qpubhona. The sebjeetof changing the producing business in Loualsiana so 'to separate the agricultura4 1o th mechanieal par is again ,ttaotin attentlon in that State. It is a l strange that the Louisiana plante should be so slow to adopt ' reform whose advantages are fean There is no more reason why eve canegrower in that$tate should mak his own sugar to1an, every Ili nois farmer sholild- msfnfaeture 'hi own cream into batter. This iswha the Illinois farmer actually did te years ago; but when it was proved that central creameries ran by ms ohinery and provided with labor-sa ving appliances could make bette butter and at a smaller cost than th I individual farmers could, they atone gave up their home dairies and adop ed the practice of selling their milk '9 their creameries, or, central butte factories. The lesson ought to studied by the Louisiana cane-grow ers. A farmer or planter makes clumsy mechanic. It is his business to produce the raw material, and when t be goes bey...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 September 1881

BOR , T 24 w r ) BATON , ROUE, ZlPT. 24,188 =a atetdi.ipaohes indicate tb4r tw* gro who'aessesinated Gen. ?'neker Miseissippi, last week, has been lynched Thirteen female physiciana, are pre ticing in Clayton, Iowa, and, at a reeut Are there were not well men. enoagh i town to run the engine out. Mrs. Susan May Bonaparte, widow the late Jerome Napoleon Bonaparthe. died at her residence in Baltimore, Sat wrday morning, of paralyseis, with which she was stricken about two months ago. Navigation below Alexandria is at most as bad as it is above that point. The Markeville Bullet!n in speaking o1 atrip of'tho steamer Alexandria, say boats are literqlly dragged along th, iand bars. A celebrated lawyer once said that tbh three most troublesome clients he oves had were a young lady who wanted to be married, a married woman who want. ed a divorce, and an old maid who didn't know what she wanted. tn exchange says: A man lives in thil vicinity who states that he first met hb wife in a storm, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 September 1881

.- -o - - ý- - . LOCAL MATTERS. Reed'n Gilt Edge Tonme dates D Exhausted and enfeebled constitstion uteirag from dyspepela, nervou apd general weakness cured by Brown' Iron Bitter. The rear portion of the city, by the .onutruction of the projected street railways will soon f11i up with the new residences that are so absolutely needed by the strangers who are coming every day and whose numbers will be aug meoted when the transfer of the State Government has taken place. Now's the time for action. Our young friend, Joseph Gebelm, has been awarded the contract to carry the mails between this city and Bayou ar, I by the Poetofloo Department. No man could have been selected who will more faithfully fulfill his contract than Mr. Gebelin, who in fully responsible and I highly qualified to conduct whatever business transaction may be entrusted I to him. tie is universally popular hero. We were made happy yesterday, t by receiving a call from our staunch friend Mr. Alcee Allain, now a resi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 September 1881

elad in the soats wit isty, the wetera hmater. An eteant' lay by bhitade yount thura whlp a, of squirrel skins, MeideatIt al i. hi l, wastossed oa s at . brisbb As he threw himnrelf lpon the swiet a the foot of a tall tes sad gave ps slon to the words with which our opens,bl dog, one of thoserough, sh bounds so common in the west ne.tle his head in the young man's lap an looked up into his mater's face, all th while busily wagging his tail. master answered his mute appeal b caressing his bhed. The hunter's face was open, frank a manly, while the dark, blue eyes look ont from beneath the dark eye brow with that free and bold expresson tha lathe attribute of those who passa gres deal of time in' the woods. Not far from where he lay the bin waters oulaie Superior could be see' between the trees, and a cool bree blowing from the lake lifted the dam ta crie on the young man's brow. "Come, Nero, we must go." And, *ith a sigh, the hunter picked up his gun and started of,' his faithf dog d...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 September 1881

;LOCAL MATTERS. harutsdag's Qttion. Jawra AmnvzarsauxZs. - Saturday tihe 94th, being the Jewish New Year, S dMonday, Oct., 3d,'being the day o onement, all the principal stores he by our Jewish fellow-citizens will be ' elosed on those days eC ox Without any exception the best show in every detail, we have seen for many years. The performance, as advertised, was carried out faithfully, and could not fail to please the most fastidious.- Whitehall (N. Y.) Times. lard We break througz the rule foezonce o1 and extend to the Shelby, Pullman & wes Hamilton shows a word of praise. Thoy seri give a beautiful and classic perfor- .f manee in every department, and per- non form all they advertise.-Plattsbur iot (N. Y.) Times. Spil Blunderbuss goes off backwards: bon "There's one thing I like about the new ad version," said old Blunderbuss. "That ed i ere text about the boy being 'father to to b the man' is left out altogether. I al- the sways thought that was wrong end to." that And he did...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 September 1881

n Presence o ami nd faspI* Svirtue were never imore Sdisplayedtas in the felowi stance, which occurhed whera Sgieera iMorna rears itts head the dark rolling cloads; and who also natOae, in her rudest form, plays to the weary traveler a w and dreary prospect of barren wiw ` dieparted rocks, falling torren gloomy forests of pines, openin cbasil, and all the dark variety tha makes nature terrible, without a sin gle gleam of sunshine to scatter, a it were, the hope of heaven over t gulf of despair. On this spot, f above the haunts of civilized men: where the wild winds whistle ap the tempests roar, stand the chatea of Count de Rondeville, where th narrow path leads the travelet round the mountain summit, and where th long-practiced mule carries its bar den in security, though the deviation of an inqh wonlt ecipitate and rider over a il pice three hun dred fe htgh. On this spot, ierch ed4 if eagle's nest, is the seat o hospItalit~:. býfound. . The co Sho is lord ot the val ley belo s her...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 September 1881

pp 1,-1, ,~:~ r"( .a. f" s ý Its ) ý v 411 ý.. . a 1 'ý f-rIT a~f "Y a A . W ,Ff ý ývKY ..'.31[rjhT'9ºeM .."' it{ f Y. ~ N hy 9, 1 inn ý l9 Si ' I. P far ra. ..."r s xrm ý e+.rl~ s w ý ýNý+ yavm wrxw +'rrs.. igil icec I tq .seeaU et u of *Woasy o if " fn th **A0IO ,1~ H IIO) L toll" 0 nFiSS?~;O i~ lio I ; r bils e m o6 il~~il~i~n-Jl t'-rbi aý . L .. w. ý ,r . coa oeb t ý pw Boes. it Law and W hBuds y So $1 LOCAL DIIECTO , VAY, aue tdoneer leson aIS urLel and Florida streets. . 1k P. I AU1 A, dealer in dry goods, Ud f are, aind fanh . e * ry GB BOI J BIIUh deer in family gRe. Uoet.s ,~~kn ua and ra. ntatiof 0PICARW, hew Orleans cheap store, dealer lin dr o Laurel street, be$weep La. fayette d Tan r ? _ T UCASLITTY dealer in fruit and conafe . k a L kdna, nuts, aet. eornea of A a B. 3NOC8S, tombstones, manaoleums, x monmeste, tomb., head and fool stones, Mail get, Rot to Piper's. o, l of the tobaccolaes sy etc., articles. Third t eet d Ch, _ L Smade clothing, oot and oes, hatand cap...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 September 1881

"iv ý, t ý"°ý+ YC Y .""^iMwýFaM1'ýllfiHfr lJM'r.'vOR/Y1RCw. iM.ý.'.. ý ]{} Y hih :4 0 8610 0o were motJ f Sd~ingly ei' sr o we t and ties, s , himself up with as him self, who, tto obtain the cheerfully accorded j aZployers seek those whose work worth mote than that of others. r, men iare rated by their worth. 1 CoCminiations formed by the work. A ,i their employers, disl- t t nauiatoal urder of things -tid ti to destroy that good feeling a shlonuld exist between these two wthfic are dependent one on V e other. Il S es arrest work and generally t g want to the door of. the work- it and ruin, frequently, to the as We hope that in the face of the dis- i a yields of the ptesent season, the a king plasses will not further com- lo det 'the embarrassing situation by al ng the labor unions talked of, ich are seldom organized by those R, strious and skilled persons, whose dc is atways in demand and com- of a good price. of IN MaIIIEOE iA. ro The 26th of September will longbe oil embered in...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 September 1881

L.OCAL, 'r S "f >td's . m. out Edge Tonmoc . L. W. Armitae, et Awlso sand Mr. Pl, Bnrad , ia Ug, otlberville, called at toi CAPo XAN oa se this morning. They 'rca iup to take a look attbeO aisJ ity, and espre~sed themselves wellPleaed with things generally. We have been requested to state that serviee was held at Megatpian leptist Chureb, colored, on, yeerdsay, 26th, at 11 oWloeiok ot of respect tothe metaory of Prueinth GgrfieM. The third chap. ter of Roleshiites was the text of the sermoa, preached by Rev. Hannibal Willise, and the psalm, "Oh, Praise the Lbera,-all Ye Nations," was sung. JtXnua ExErCISeS.-For the intbr mation of the Catholic congregation of this and adjoining parishes, we are pleased to state that there will be Jubi - lee Exercises at St. Joseph's Church,: < -eommeneingoadhe 23d of October and ending on November let proximo, under ,the direction of the Jesuit Fathers. We will give later the order of the exercise. and also inform our reade tdi .the91tI la...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 September 1881

thlt wrte to lieu of far li9n L t tto U; thow j of Cli . le~mr norms of the Our contmporary "` n * 'tview , ee s thati O;. _.nt even t Pop line of t road will b Flist eso 1 thhefdr line beowe , Teas, .and Mobile, Ala There are twenty-five miles already built and p rfe t ped o th line west of Jt n feeders "'n exteu l 1,.it ilfid ore to the develop tetie lo} ate y other rail enterprise, ;b?' tle . Itlio|l be adin that it plumb the air S n Roston and Mobile, -tatiýE ~ egnre p tat hk line be twee t ciy of Mexico and New . $ of . bi. " the Commonwealth. '"helsee. inemporated the road ''. 1. -t tste law; they propose to r a ter treimr e weaern border of '¢: Louisiana on the banks of the river Sabine, and they propose togo to the extreme eastern limi ofLonisiana on the banks.of the Pearl river. The go east aud west as far as the law wi a il tlyemo go and when theyhave cooei tlo zroute proposed within the limits of Louisiana, they reserve in their charter the right to connect with !o ther...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 September 1881

L to #j, IOLte; 1. ,,,, ý r 7 4 ; A16- -k .w!'h , i 4 4ra A d t FM t ý' ý. C- ý w , ... ...n ~.. m w" II E3' ý'. 1 ý` ` ' ", ;ý. =,:r I~ r. Fý ev # `lM ý [ 5 w: sS. A, . .W ýYR t 1 M~~yNy/IýI AM aM11 P RN MP K4t .F.. - 'ý,M a..ý w ". ..w..ww n~-ý. r . .ýw +,...ý ..ýnr~nu ý F~t1.Ma:".. ?Q i ýtý ýyf.ýy.pP bCs totoeoi udesonI dd on snr ýre~q the° attato or an A ttoiney or poty in the parish f West Baton Ron t. a O4 vdnl3 it awr. 0etce-s1ý'e. 6, Pike e Sas 9 La. Will practioe in the 02tO & DEALE, MloruI1m and CoVeLouasAT LAw. O(Mic nonor~th Boulevard stret, near thepoet ofoc, Baton Rouge, La. Will nttend to ea law bast. aws ntrwtd to them in this and adJoining pealahee. LB.Itron..... .............. L. D Beale. F A VBQV4 LIAMON bToa, .afire AT LArW. Omoe on North Booolevsr sttbet, Batona Rouge, LaI. Will attend to allU( tai businessentustedl to them in this and ad. ff. X ro t.LE .J. H. L amon. tW.kS~.~.R~lM.EO~OU. " W o l atta ndcn " 1W s ' Law~P~ L. Offloe on NaiathlLvarl street, Ra...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 September 1881

' WC OitlrM Tka!l nlt sh Go  le t hasu csed h n e was being e-7 nwhih 0l9 d le-" T saese i ta ito e n c,)1o~Ww ehoa of .t reuo. ' her. le~1ga athed lt s of amot q n so n tias ugder arms to btop opIt. '.:Tho  uth of Bon Kg, the fusion ap latbbh1 made the ugly speech at. 40 tile to teithaoepting the nomte ad,9bpouthuet have been hepar. .. u A:M 0h um has caured :: ares Wh; 1 id moot reothr& S Imn wrotes the to wife of S- s sic h rsthrn: It Ja. stkhi deep - % ~ at i ute of t ke iste buter ns S e hii .,sa be s o Utah of TexaIn rob I.sowsmebbethe pips, and fo ist 'iJ mre ~ ft tohe atell jBte have come ,- out o ine ta, is u hder arms to 140P,06 tell him no to give hiself any onr :;.n aboutr n tO nor of l i.res'ppi, 1 ,i dtiyour fee deutiesy sateh y dAbo6t o lotk, ra the ept. nom, in the WA lpl oup, Charleston, s. C, Jas. An rathe waote andth to the wife oft Y. taz sik brer ther: .pIou Jsmie ieti t dead Ils r . . hWeals . ,Walsh sur- lid endea on th e pis, and if slled a pi, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 September 1881

d nth es the arerivoaoto another colmnu. He rita i ri keep thles thif od lty, bt thie ray susains th e o re ah ton ofhipip B n o h though po oi le "bs yet cried, "hold, enough!" Our cottoi planiters have gathered a large proportion of their crops, and are bringing it in rapidly. The staple is f good quality, but the trouble is that the horse is a short one, and will be soon carried. EaAta-By an omission, the sense 1 of the closing sentence ot the second c resolution adopted by the oftizens'meet- t ug, held on Monday last, in honor of 4 President Garfield, was completely des. I troyed. It should read as follows: "Jo e sickness he seeared the sympathy of the w wprld through christian acqnisscenoe, I and we devoutly believe, obtained the I approvalso hjnsodt reogh the majep- C ty ofiala--t nao-·le' _ ight of mubr f mission." e NY W Goods,- Elpewhee will be seee, Miss P. Bortrai's mnetia td bher patrons ° and friends, wherbey she announces that she isin receipt of an extensive supply...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 September 1881

liwn't buy yoaurt' s tilsoeech Gen.Wa , `' ortifcation which he felt a heain 4. sttae b who olaimt4 "ha eider totfis partp sand a etol tl : .:teacher i Virgdin ltter etabid 6* Sets before or V frs a dlac}s , he, i turned to Captain" Blair andasthed If he wrsu wlllbg t oer yori tbt b a t fogi# t is im te 'ao sca ioa4 asa1 ld, in su : Gosoee l with ome `ter R tpe of; eleu gtop, wdou esaeipE I Y I>i uftee and Jackson; st.an the lioo! ho .resort g idlthear fist. 1 · o opo r woo bo· a b'reakae. " Go1 Swith me to olly aoodlep.tor , and I  wUsa3 d with me ai the midst of the  Sgraies'of thirty thousand Confedey t OttI *r barocells and stand e agai In i ertrldaatwi with Job Stuart : andtPl*ctat tit, Leand, tab to ille for thbe cause they loved and lost, i and tell them "honor won't buy a broeakfast." Go home, call up your ' song-tht frighbt manly, boy, who t looka to yot for guidnte endinstrned- I ;_i -pll et yoen hand upon his head, and tell hlm,"My son, listen to words o younr hter....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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