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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 October 1881

2 : 1 y `i·r 'E: y"'i f~- F, * I vI ' fi` lh' r. ¬.. r I . V 8...--* -o S-.A fn, WS;r`; E: `: .4 r4. ý. Y f NZ!kfiftllIlFr' .s~ k _. "` f C c.,nd atte~'nd pe i~k CensL. . t. the COP' lectioº ofseusew: andC o laeston, sad to asthua ºesqsitng attendeA ofS$tne or N in the of Westatb S ab T a Ooulat Law. e- o. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Raspe, La. Will pratice In the Mte and Federa Courta. uERRON & BEA.L$ LL*k'troWX e ald COUWeratOsAtw. Oflfw on Nthb Booulevard seet, near the post oloe, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to at law bust. nese entrusted to them in this and adoining parishes. A. 8. Herron..... ..............L. D. Beale. 1FAVROT & LAMON. Irrox. F asa? srýLw Oc4 on 0 ort3 h Bouleard street, Baton Rouge. La. Will attend to all law busless entrusted to tbee in i ea)4 ad. foinin parishes. r . . ot................J. H. Lamon. on W l ratIe ntbeSeventeenthandElghtoenth J Distriots. 3. W. .bstop .,......5 M. Bobertson. G .9 uslups ý Rmd~l ýý toº LOCAL DIRECTORY. TdJOT & VAT, auctio...

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

'A ;Mires. Garfleld her chdi n,' tnd Ie ent's motheir returnead to h Sat Mentor on theb. ith inst. s etalwarts are being defeat n mostofthe electionis for delegates the Republican Convention of New Jennie Poster, the keeper of a notori veston bagnio, attempted suioide an artery and taking chloro. es. .Col. Ed. Ogden, who was claimed by MIssIlppi BRepublfcan to be a second tis, was withdrawn fromn the can. recently, becausee he could not cope ith Manning. The Spanish Government has caused he arrest of the President and Secretary a Nihilit Congtss which was beig in Barcelona, at which 500 dole tes were present. Great excitement exists at Indepen ce, Mos where a batch of Texan rob. are being tried.' Romors of at. Pta to rescue them are rife. A com y of militia is under arms to stop it. The Mends of Ben King, the fusion didate for Governor of Mississippi, that he iade the ugly speech at- 1 batedfo 1p1 il aoedpting the uomi- I on he mudt have been drunk. An Irishman wrote thus to the wif...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 October 1881

Ajolnt dhebssion athtOilae ;): ,House, between Capt. P. S. and John M +sseyH, ea ob W.Danliel, Democratic for Governor, and Gen. J, .A. Capt. Blair, In the 0oosW of t 1e. cuasion used the followig l)ams s "They talk toyonaboutai ,a , honor, and State eredit J th B you about the traditiob of ror.tlibte. Why, fellowl lti ses, what is. bor 9 What are the traditieons of your tate worth? Honor won't buy a break fast; the taditions of your State and State credit won't buy your wife a gown." 'to this speech Gen. Walker replied, and after expressing the surpise and mortifieation which he felt at hearing a gentleman who clsaimed to be a leader of his party and a political teacher in Virginia utter such senti ment" before a Virginia auadience, he turned to Captain Blair and asked if be were willing to carry out his teach ings to their legitimate conclusions, and said, in suabstance: Go with me tothe town of Lexington, wheresleeps the dust of Lee and Jackson; stand by the graves of these heroe...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 October 1881

+OL; ý :w r,9 R c.A r ý i' : We regi o.aeer tha etoxt; are !being made to bor assocl ton5Iýi;tbil# % parishes. abs a e flacta. at 1 ad leasd.. It the + .. it es t and the sap is w rst1 ecolaonopelab twa! jrbeuome corarpondingly high. w tis the case wages be- E remember well the time, a few A parsago, when work was so scarce htboar mechanbesI who were taost of time thoou a pployment, , ,w 4tI je work at alrocf_ Happily the situation hasimproved. 9 Ihey now have plenty of work and they t1pefore set their price, which alowed thaem when their skldl and a ladnatry warrantiIt. .t, We cannot see where the first class, a 1 ngeghptnc, for, insaeqoe, I agd by itig nimlif up with ethers not soc sklled as himself, whl m aleverthelese, expect to obtain I wages which are cheerfully accorded . im A mo 8 rs seek those whose work ore tl0an th C of otheres. w Ian ., mnn are ratied lby their worth. 1l SCombiuatrins farIn0 y the work- A augmau against their employers, dis- U Sturb the natural order of ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 October 1881

Sd~TCALTTE 3~b5l~F~ '4A ed's ilt Edge Tonm ono r Ii W. A£ eo bb, and MLar. PaniHr -i aUsf j ~ toga, ~of Iberrflls LWA OblO e o.h uap to a k L Woo, W I)a and exepred t I les ewal peaI We have been abeuestell , state't t eet'ýre t.l+ Cauton ' hamhe , col4da, V a yeaerday, ai, t 11 oloeb vtni repen, ttothe nger o'f 7"e 1Arp l , 'lTpi e T thirds Apr ter of Hitelistie wma the te dfo the earnon, preached by Rev. Iffsul1at W Ilasa, sad 'the psalm, "Oh,lPraise As Lord, adll Ye Nations," was sesg. JuntuaM EXRocMws.-For the infor 'ni tlon dthe Catheli congmegtion of this and adjoining parishes, we are pleased o state that there wii 4e Juibl Yee Exercisles at St. JosepbsethCburch, commencing onthe 23d. of October and ending on' Noven ber let pr.alism, under the direction etthe Jesunit Faters. We will give later $he order of tbeezercises -and also itfeta our readess whether the ' aenamn*e f Oonrtatik et to be ad mliistered daring the coares.*df the Ju.' bilee. We 4il1 also give the names of the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 October 1881

V~~ia B~~iiia~ tbem e ha.e all lit . there have arisen ap lntca of s hard latr t ivsiei ov 01O fee abtov Y t ihaie ofbhe great crater4wiihl is 1,000 feet high. But tisee had burest W openings; the great , creri no' far aietant lri the oald Ives, and a nstr lake, althol stro form, aboutaO600 feet acrosesd somtse 60 feet in depth, in ordinary stages, below - the surrounding brink. Here the eat ' Huwallan jolocne presentsa teal s varied fntastlIe play of liquid laval HIre are some of the phases of the play r_ a ,Ealake, as recently. obseved 1u the great oraterofKilauea. 8omet mes it aueost seemsa e sleep, and thoe d pointed visitor looks down into a black i Svalleyandobserves a smokingpit giving no morsevidence of combustion than a . tar kiln. But the observer stands oathe I brink of the pit, or great pool orlake, as x now appears, but 600 feet across, and a whqse surface is about 60 feet beloe him. I And what is this surface It presents a dark silver gray hue, with a satiny shine. Thi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 October 1881

` W Josbh a Beal, the vetertlr tos nouanese the arrival of nt in a4iid'clusiin. `He talee y to keep the best ot,groocps, o aJg, AWs way nsustains the exollet reiutat of hbis popular house. We have been blessed 'lith "evrial showere of rain snqoe last Monday, though no one has yet cried, "hold, enough!" Onur cotton lant have. gathered a large protton of Atheir crops, and are bringing; t In rapidly. The staple in of good quality, but the trouble is tTthe rueme is a short one, and will be booh icarried. Col. J. B. "Easterly, oar gallant col league in the constitutional convention, from the "free State of Livingston," honorae our office by his presence on Wednesday last. We regret very much that we were not in at the time, to ex tend him *i fendly greeting. The Col onel is an eaterpriing planter, -and one of the staunchest citizens of the Florida parishes. "As true as steel, is a qual ification that can well be applied to him. Ma'rkeville Bulletin: A colored man by the name of Joe Sinag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 October 1881

"r tr ' a , 1 ;ng' om or . bi 'ry, the, so w ts with Which ' IfLou~ 42it ad, it to oug,. i ? tional comment from the IL. It I well to re member, too, that therwn a Clin- a ton I ys twenty miles north of the preqpd line. Our contemporary r talont `be proper view, feels that railroads, no matter where baltl in our State, will benefit even the p le, t whodon'tresideexactly "on the life:" The line of the. road will be East 1a and West on the air line between Houston, Texas, and Mobile Alaba P ma. There are twenty-five miles of t road already bailt and perfectly a eqnippe'1 on tlhe line west of Baton Rouge. Undeid the recently adopted policy of throwing out lateral feeders " for the New Orleanset. Louis and t Chicago road, a lateral will be at once v commenced from Ponehatoola to Ba ton Rouge, that will give the Mid Louisiana forty-one miles of com-r d pleted road on its Eastern extension g toward the Pearl River. Although. a when it reaches the Pearl, it will find ii no sea port, or any...

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

4O'uecflT Cf; the I.ASUU~rLUEIi, PuibIWgbew, omo~fI ia~L 3oura X1. JAsTREMSXJY 1d tw.1 VOL. 9. BATON REOUGTE.-)~ Lf~IJ~f A, Ti ATTORNEYS. C. BIR 1 ATrovrn v aT LAw. Will L. attend prompy to all business intrusted to him. Offtice on onvention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Bouge, La. C W. POPE, Arronaur Ar Law and . Notary Publie( Port Allen, Wept Baton ionuge, La. Special attention given to the cot. lection of accounnts, taking testimony under com. mission, sad to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Roage. apr24 vn13 'I`HOS. B. DUPREE ATrroLNET Sand Counselor at Law. Odice-No. 6, Pike's Itow, Baton Roouge, La. Will practice in the ;tate and Federal C'ourts. HERRON & BEALE, AmTOBnsTvagd ConsasoEsLArLAW. Offc m North Boulevard street. near the post otfice, Itaton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busa. ness entrusted to them In this and adjoining "arishes. -A .. HIerron.............. L. D. Beale. f9AVROT &...

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

BATON C A i(, OCTOBEU 4, l By Ev i f Is itsing Broiwn's Iroti iterase, everybody is astonished at its Oibi'veIuslre cures where all others have faifid. When the Senate, called In extra ses sion, on 10th inst., meet* we hope there will be no bickerings, but an honest, straightforward dishobarge of duty. In a counting room the following no oic1 was once stqok in a conspiious place: "Persons having no business in this office will get through with it as soon as possible and leave." Some young oeorggman preach derb moms that come from their heads and hearts ,others use these that cohe from Chlicago, litogrrhed and sold to the profession for thrty cents each. Officilal notice is given by the Rulssian authorities that the importation of gal .wanio batteries, induction coils and in sulated wires will be subject to the same rules as the importation of arms. "Gentlemen, a toast. Fill your glass Be. May the rich sparkle of the wine, the delicate flavor-" "Be continued in our necks," suggested ...

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

LOCAL MA TEM. 5hursda 's di4ition. Reed's (ilt Edge Tonic regulates the Liver. Home people thick it eeacxces of'tnag. nauitmity to forgive those whom they have injured. Prof. J. iiH. Randolph has the eympa. thy of the entire community In the lossi of his ittle boy, Win. Walker, He was a bright little fellow, and his loss will be long felt by his grieved parents. $tateuwent of cotton shipped last week, ending Maundlay : Win, Garig,:14 ales; A. Jackson, 190; David & Garig, 7"; A. E. Thielmoan, 001; II. UG. (limier, f0; henry Schorten, 11; W. G. Raalnolph &:Co., 11; J. C. Favrot, 4; A. ilicum 2. Total bales, 760. Parties deslirous of securing boardl I a private family will do well to consilt an advertisement in this issue., The famoily it of the highest standing, and equal in intelligence to that of atny in this eity. Purther Informaetion can nbe obtainedl by addlrennaing '11,' care of the CA;'rrte.IAN offie, Youm Kippur, or day of ºatumonement, e'cnmmeaced Sundaiy evening at s...

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

1.11. (I)U U~)IJCl? oP CiMIUR~IHY. ' uaº xr ro e1trut: ° f;'i omilo hithIler, Woanlind., and all thwr w'rthb,. 41iv b the thyi hse a I call thno thtah l tilve vie thy billung Ithe; I hat of the. d4, .1A K144 of love ; A. Xle, en' 1ev.; ri.t )lelting Kime, ia xl that doth I:uonsue i Tio pereflne; I'bet extrit Ku lX. of every sweet a part, A is of Art 'I'll KCes wadh ever .idre some new delight, A Kiss of Might; haetwacklag, soeeaking Klsee, and whenyoncaeeo A Kime orfPeeie, n the Muiolaek, etroqbrt and quaver timl; The Kits of Ilyme I T'he. l' s of aluquence wiliceh doth Ibeloi. " -A Unto the toongui Plhn Ki.J of .l1the d'eIulie in 'neo. Tie Kibm alone. SuI 'tli enough! g TIHE MEATOF 1O@VERPNMaT. naton ous it, anahcMIte. We learn that in iew ot' the possi bility of an extr.aedrlion the question hls been sug seett1d, whether the legis. *Inrlre, in cas the State House cannot hb* completedi in time, may be legally cailed to asseumble in New Orleans. This is not a question of policy or e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 October 1881

~1ti*~~&*i 9 W. A. LSIEUB Fnbltgh.,.a~t OL .8. BAOIO iU 2 A ' ' ~4 :. :1 /t A; *ifn~ ý,! 1 1 p'?, ýr ` r ,( eý ry "ýý   ILMY4M iJd y + ý 2` ý ýý f ýiiý'° ý t ilq w t*" .i rByHr 'itA° 7!Absv W I p p '"' i7" , . h p` -: i:I ,{ "' I >r ý1RF yf'. ý IM} aN' I{ d a ý 4 a , 1 t ý:t ATTORNEY8. C C, BIRD A~orolt AT LAw. Will . attend prompty to all business introM to him. Ofice on (onvention street, betweep Third and Church streete, Baton Rouge, ILa C W. POPE, AmroasE AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of aeconts, taking testlmony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr4 v2nl3 THOs. B. DU PRE, ATrrTOks and Counselor at Law. OfBce-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, L a Will practice in the State and FederalCotue HE RRON & BHiALE, ATroit us and COUsstOUs ATo LAW. Otice 6 on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 October 1881

h fYi t"! ' · BbT~J~0,~9~,9~:0eE B ~ ~was*~ The Morehonuse Clarion says therirem three dog to evety 'human bntag l that town. The la ,who uses her husbandis meersohaum to drive tacks with is no gen-lemaz. The French are gaining ground rapid ly in Tunis, One regmnent has burled three hundred men. 'jWhy don't you have some stile about you "' said the man who had looked along a mile of barbed fence for an en trance, Senator Mahone is on a begging tour among the Republicans of New York. He wants money to oerry Virginia for 1 the Readjusters. If you judge~f Brown's character eby the umbrella he carries, you will fopn a very poor opinion of Smith, for it is I Smith's u*brolla. Dr. Johnson once, speaking of a guar relsome fellow, said: "If he had two ideas in his head they would fall out with each other," Monroe Telegraph: There is a grow ing possibility of an extra session of c the Legislature. There is plenty of work to be done. In most quarrels there is a fault on 8 both sides. A quar...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 October 1881

1LOCAL MATTERS. S hursda 's Oditian. . Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic regulates the - Liver. Several Baton Rougeans have de parted for the Atlanta Exposition. r Dr. D. Stocking, the accomplished dentist, lain the city, on his accustomed rounds. His patrons will find him at his usual stopping place, Mrs. Currane, , on Third Street, where he will be pleas- f ed to receive their calls. They will also do well to remember that he remains but a short time, and hasten the daytf consultation. We learned from a mechanic, a few C days ago, that within the past two years, P over twohundred hduses have been built J in the thriving town of Plaquemine. R Now is the time to begin work here. NI Good residences are now in demand, and will be more so in a few months. T Capitalists who have idle cash could not invest their money to better adyantage than building houses of this character. to We are pleased to note the succrss which is attending the mercantile efforts of our yound friend George Buchel. Ev ery d...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 October 1881

'A write ltbe ontgomeitAW vertiser Esplains why planti tg .1 not pay ifthe cotton States. aryi before the war the cotton fields daim lug picking time were clean of , and weeds, did not. look like grass pastures and hay fields; next whej asked heoi many aores to. thg hand were cultivated, not planted, the an swer would be from twenty to thirty, counting his hands women and chil drem; not under fourteen years old; next you discover on"e half cottonf was planted, balance in corn, oats and potatoes, peas in the corn, and the corn field filled with peavines in stead of weeds. Compare now what the hand made then sith what is gathered at this time, and what do we find t Every good farmer now living who planted then, will tell you he made from five to ten balei of cotton to the hand, one hundred to two hundred bushels of corn, and oats enough to feed all the fall, $ved not less than onethou sand pounds of fodder, ten bushels of peas and over one hundred bushels of potatoes, raised and kill...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 October 1881

f,3 ý x0 ý . u ion e J r1 '~ - :F ý^I ýLA'1ý "tt+ " 1e 7 7.h 9I MW ":"' t. I wS F 0 " L'.at }p ý: T A~rrotest iso Nu3the o. 4,Pike's LiM. Wit pratiqS in the a g RO sa moics AT I wE. oNorth Bonlaeard stroeet nea the set office, treet Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law butins etrted to th en in t his and adnn ,ligparishes.LD ibt Al . eron............... .Lawon AVROT W. LAM .ROBERTSON, J. AttorflATy and Couneelors at Law. Odice tr North Bto var street, Bll aton ouge, La.ll law business entrusted to, them1 in this and ad. fo0. UL. Fivrot he..··...Y__A · . J. H. Lemon. L. W. a S. M. COOBIRT$BIN, Li ttorneys and Counselors at Law. office »a Norith Boulevard street, Barton Rouge, La. Wlipractlee in tho Seventeenth andEighteenth ,f4tiotalDistrliet. SW. SRobertmon....... M. Robertson. GLaO. W. Bses NpR, Attorney at Law and Notary ]BBaton Rouge. La. Business poMptlattendd to. J ADOT VAY, auotioneers, commission merehants, alts and salesrooz on Third, be. sween Laurel and Florida streets....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 October 1881

tfn+ wl - ail-q 61. B M t 4 ; r:i4 F rý tyº In Tt ib Oeghnt har w& "Whi n't yeouhavesome st 'i ye1s9 id theman who had looked Is Ilonga *iI1o44barbed fenoe for an em- ,0 Sen8r Mahonels on a begglig tOtur M among the Republicans of New York. rl no wants money) it carry Virginia for rthe Readjusters. fyou jdge oftlrown's character by the umbrella ho eatries, you will form a very po pinion of Smith, for it is ti Smith's Umbrella. w ma to Dr. Johnson once, speaking of a quar- N relsome fellow, said: "If he had two V1 ideas in his head they would fall out t with each other." t Monroe Telegraph: There is a grow- w lug possibility of an extra session of s Er the Legislature. There is plenty of ci work to be done. In most quarrels there is a fault on aI both sides. A quarrel may be compared at to a spark, which cannot, be produced without a lint as well as eteel. in The editor of the Natehes Democrat gi has been told that rost was visible at ty Natches last Friday morning. The ll- m uga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 October 1881

the ern fied filled ap e i+- b stead of weeds, C0 Compare now whab the blndmade fl thenwIt wrhatiM ; tseredat I th1 th tiae, d aW dQo ve And .very thi good f1i4ir Wow livng who planted hibi then, t;l;you he made from five pa to ti ' of cotton to the hand, in one hundred to two hundred bdshels ryl of omrn, and eats enough to feed all sot the htl, saved not less than onethon- fin sand pounJs of fodder, ten bushels of oni peas and over one bnhundred bushels eve of potatoes, raised and killed five evl hundred pounds of pork, besides pal other necessaries for man and beast. she What do we find now I Five to ten tie, acres planted to the hand (none onl- she tivated) with but few exceptions, tie, one to one and a half bales of cotton, sea five bsthbels of corn, five bushels of wel potatoes, and lots of grass to the con hand. In ancivilized, so-called, days I It was the opstom to haul into the cur horse andlcow lota, and fill up pens Rei in wet times, with wood manure, and cole trash; seamp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 October 1881

.a. ihavle iiled. I ~ Wh nt, fled 1 S, on 2tji - h i st, rets op tom` will be no bickering.,, but an bon t, straightforward dalsharg&of duty, In a counting room the followig no tiee was once stuck m acon place: "Potronseoaving noj~usinq* in Sthis oa1p will get through with it as soon asipoessible aid leave." Sotne young clergyman preahob ser moan that come from their heads and hearts; others use those that cosme from Chicgo, litbgrajihed and il d tip the pr efeionfor thirty cents eahob. Oifouiiaotice is given bt the Russian ,-anthoitiebs that the importation of gal vanil batteries, induction coils and in siulated wires will be subject to the same roles as the importation.of arms. "Gentlemen, a toast. Fill nr glass. as. May the rich sparkle of the wine, Sthe delicate flavor-" "Be continued in our necks," suggested one of the guests, and the toast was imbibed slowly. Frederick Franks, jailor at Blooming ton, Illinois, was murdered Saturday by a p near named Pierce. The news sre an...

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