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

L. JASTE* EM VO .8 BATO 1IOUQg LO-r A.. IAiy Siri --S. u 99I I. j f Iý Cl _ M! ý ý m Ju n"..z ý r ,Rm a w:x, , v + WM- 'kit I ( . W L GIRgg9, Attorney CR imV, ýº ge, L a P~rompt atten tferi n em entruisted to him. tieg toall g, a treatm aothten. Mtoes u a<d Counsellor at Lw, it.54 veap st'sats 5 Orlases, La.i C ýý 4, AT Low. 4 Wo i C. to oMI. on onV tiom street, between a M4 reJwe SIeets an Rougse, a La. c W ¶ AT LAW and 1. es Bato 3ajWest Baton to the e0l1 of s unbl, oy under com. ,and to all muttons reuiring the Lion of an Aaate or Noein the parish ! f West Baton Roads., A v n 2 n 9HM 3. DJL Airoanur sad Copiforaeltt Lw. Of(i's-io. 6, Pike's Rlow, Baten Rooue La. Will practice in the $tote sad Pederadrts. HR Rx ON x& I$)EALw , Arrossars sad Counsatnoxe AT LAW. Qffie on North Boulevard street, uear the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to al law busi naee entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. . Iherron....... .... L. D. Beale. rAV OT c LAMONr Arro I at...

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 November 1881

< 'It syfat~t The remonstrances we hav 1ega.fn kthe violation of the . stitation, b G*ternb rM id ,ta, onveningthd extra session 'iof the SAssembly at New Orleans, his ht. tracte the attention of a patriotic .iti8w4iljashtof the hsighet stand laW ad.reoognised abigty,--an ex. Jsaatice of our State Supreme Court who, untder the signature of NORTH r iXOWtl AkiA, has favored as with his I viewit di the suhjt in question, . The communication sunder that ' on dephlute appears ln thi is lsuIe. It nseeds no commendation at our tands. Our readers, especially those lelingg to the legal profession, t will ad the subject thoroughly dis- t seated in technical terms and in a manner evidencing the familiarity that the writer has with all that ap- t pertains to constitutional law. It must have been noticed that our t .rew Orleans contemporaries have kavoided any comments on the sub- e Jem, from a legal sandpoint. I The plea of expediency, alone, I has thus far been advanced by them ea In suppor...

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 November 1881

1LOCAL MATT RS. , b S uksdag's 411 Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regtilatq the F Bowels. The Memorial Hop of lath F"riday a night, though not very largely attended, b was a very pleasurable affair. e The steramer "City of Batos ,Rouge" e was afloat on the Ohio Falls 4n Satur- 1 day, aad.isprobably out of hbirm's way by this time. 3 A handsome rsterlcooler 14r the la dies' cabin of the City of BatImn Rouge, ii to be presented by our citizens to the new steamer, is on exblbition at Mr. t John Johnson's, the Third street jew. f eler, who ordered the same f om head- r quarters. i Mrs. Ameline Oil,- relict of the late o William Gil, Sr., died in Opdlonsas on b the 16th inst. The good lady was well n known in this community, here she d had led an exemplary life for many s, years. We tender our earnest sympiathy t, to her many relatives and fried. c A Commandery of Knights emplar is n soot tQ be institiuted in lat n Rouge. 1i We are informed that the M aic Lodg- d es of this and adjacent pa ishes...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 November 1881

ý.ý "! T-e -ý'} -.nRý1 .ýl F, ' L ý_ýi Yi .Jýýýýy' Every one has noticed that en i wood lot has been cufover andileft to grow up to timber again, differeit kiuds f trees start up from those. which have previously occupied the i groand. The different treed vary it, their composition both as :to their I organic and inorganic elemebts... In ( order that any plant may mature, it I must be supplied with every elemeht that enters into its composition. It I will readily be seen that when a crop I1 has been taken that requires a large amount of potash, it may have 1 left the soil so deficient in soluble ,potash that another good crop of I the same kind cannot be taken I off until an available supply of I this element is furnished, either by being ,artificially applied, or I through the agenlei of nature. While this is true, another' kind into which potash does not large ly enter, may find abundant food to develop an excellent crop. We as farmers do not sufficiently study the composition of ...

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 November 1881

i~i: :j. i; I tl Y -ý ý1Lt h a b ~f 'i .w.,ýY l ll iNý b "ýW ' ýý" a·a .-. NS.ýalltý- > "^i` yý r y t.ý HI } d 7 k r .a.; ý "Ih. UJMJMU it: i;W1~i4N ý . G M5 ýI H ; {C VOL, 304'' ý + a n " ý w . w + ý + w o w + f + . f r . . , r .. . ." . :. . . . . u .. . . S r r Law uage, FrC4 tatten. tion t all dnlaas an ad to am. Hum" . Mt l tiuraw, r at asw, No, 4 CImP areC, New Orlean, L C . C4 R ) A.roIl. Y AT LAW. Will *. `.1ampso uslI. ur a iju robiv .u b t t-Io tL w . POPE, Aro at sAt LAW and. ,'.J ", Port A ea, West Baton .ouge, . ton given to the cal. lection of sean g = " auyunder corn mi:eoan, and mntre requiring the attention of or s toary in the parish it West Bat pry v~nl13 'TIHOM PR EArrouavn i and CLtoielor at ,aw. .o.- o.1, Fike'a ow, La. WI I practice in the ?.& W A L E, sad (:ou:tL an ATLAW. Ofice on N ulevard st reet, a atr the poet lae, Bton oeL, La. ll atte d to all law bud . mes entrasteol o them in t is and aiJoining parishes. A. 8. Herron........ .... L. D. Beale....

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

t"";:iuýý~sýwc~r.ýtýuda ='ý,sýýrwmwý 2:. waS shot 'n Oan tpti S s .heei4 o g tlt, is get of  ntd h B*iel tMs- of w oIelf w lt Drotday, by a toore aitwo to one. tDturand, Wisconsin, Ed. Maxwell W nurder* of the Coleman Brothe bh `- )ple. lrott, an important witneea t$s on t~lr roti eaoses, has departed for pat th Ikeon_, fthereby relieving the pres. otr tIo oht es-Deputy A iditor $1ill. n4 i t !orktown 'French visitows are perted to arrive at an early day in r144qr-ta*Snt ag has been do. ' lar pbe several German c ties, owting t tbb voelutibonary propaganda now p~le. Richard Price, a dangerous roust. ael t, while attempting to assaulhe t matel e .nt dlnuinlghi," a Vicksburg, was f sht and instantTy killed by the inter, el Z 1 selfoefense, . ix hundred natives on St. Laurence al r Island, were found dead from starvation, d ed -Bz vby runkenness, which kept g ihem from storing in the usual sunpplies t f provisions for the winter a Thelr:New Orleans pape de informed P ierar readers...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 November 1881

O. W. C;efibrers d SAll, who were, o;ar . ft ' .n oti. -d liguher in the hos b tE of natri. many friends, we srish the App. couple lo]at Jife and pness. Thanks for 'r/bnk. fo 'th Woedbury, N.J., land eora ate, Canada, Lsboratorle o e pre. atl of thq 'we fdi ru!eranl if Augnast fli antl Green% re'e iTon- I quenr has foveref us with ant advance r Mltd uiai f 1ii a v . It'ehztu s t a hroli'sare of valuable I formation. 1 0Midn t I .r. Itre, former. jly and' of thl '4ljgt fel iowe" of the river navee, naw a sleek loking tray. aer for the house of Hireel, Felbelman IJ~ o., of New Orleans, is cirunmmnavi. t j tting out city in its interes . He leaves t to-day for Points Conpee, nd will re. t tarn in a fewdays to take II .orders In t his ias. IHe is in the somae of his 8 friends whenever ho str kes Baton ib Rouge. He looks delicate, lst now. i MR. LoNAiw Wrruso...We were happy to receive the visit of this hand some and spirited young gentleman, oni Wednesday. Aeeompanied by his sister h...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 November 1881

I-They Sat alone in the . curtains of marvelous tts i priceless worth, could be ieel mergy dances asthey swept a ly by in the sensuous mesa of walts, fair young facelald against shotlder blades, 'and beaMti, ful form's encircled Ily strong, manly arnims, that would gladly have held thbem forever, and sheltered the from tihe stormsthat life, however fel it seems, must bring to all. Nearly twelve months ago these Stwositting in the window, had pilght .d their troth. Violet Caryll was the only daughter of a purse proud millionaire, and accustomed to every , luzury that money could purchase, 'while Adelbert Jones was only apoor book-keeper, with no chance to steal Sanything and get ahead in the world. He had come to the soiree dtiante given by Violet's father in honor of her nineteenth birthday, and had wandered with her to the bay win dow, where, secure from observation, they might talk of the all absorbing passion that bound their hearts to gether in the fetters of love.. S"I have be...

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

VOL.3. s BAT0~ r AliA^.i :::: · : ·~irI ~ i·: ".u~F s ý y ~ 1 Ri 4i'ik ..ýýý-awM4ý,>.nc.r~wt7 .... h t.lu ý'tP n< . M ' .º _7 ® i ! fr ý ýp. <it! t' k G ý ýAt. &. iý l ýIWu'1 "'' ý ' ý,.P1 I hd dlais l s, ba M Camp Diet, Orleans, La. to hl-m. on Cocnentl treIam between Th ird_ l_ _treete, Bw ge , I4. C IPUt A ~r Law and PortAJ Weal 30at Eese eu. atm s to the eel. le loe -t~ a toki o yunder come mirseson, ad iUýa requiring the attention of lan Attorney or in the parish of West Baton Boue. ap vl) THOs. $. DU E ATromnt Sand Cooeuor at Law. 0& --o. 6, Ptke's Bow, Baton Beeg La. Will tice in the 8tarte and Federa[ourts. UERRON & WB ALE, 1 A Tnsvsad Couxasias LAw. 0ffie on North Boulevard street, near he post oice, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend all law busi uess entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. 8. Herron..............L.D. Beale. FIAVROT & LAMON. ATros ±' rT AT LAw. Office on North Boulevard street, BatonBouge. La. Will attend to all law bu...

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

iftrn \OUG. oVM VI e 4ill Jones,. is the name of the bllw who shot atGizesa the otherd. SYaoung fornir , who wee shot by 0Ca seaks in New Orleans, recently, ie get The feastelft 6idtoupe i tobe cri Sbrated-at El Pao, by ball fghtlfb di ring next month. A Qhicago set of base ballte,.deetf - 4the E. £. Lees, Of New Orlseahon ° last Suday, by a score of two t4o ae AlhDraud, Wiesonsin, Ed. Maxwell, the murderer of the Coleman Brotheras, was hang by a mob of over one hundred people. Guiteaa's attorney i s eking to prove ihis nesanity, by showing that the de : tangtient has manifested Itself with Siveral members of the famlq. -IBir tt, an importcnt witnMes in the star route cases, tns departed for parts "x uoknaon, thereby relieving the' pees. e ra n, ez-Deputy Auditor Lilly. . The Torktown Freneh visitors lat ipmet~d to arrive at an early day iit w. rOrleans, where the . war vessel 'Onmout d'Drlle," is also expected. A minaor state of siege has been de - r- lover several German ettiese...

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

3 3 Ac iims a ; Wbey eat alone in the d ly receas of the bay windo Vs. j earyll and Adelbert Jones, wls beyond them, through the eurtains of marveltsso to priceless worth, could ii ` merry dancers'ssthey. . 17 by in tb' seasu0ios el ro ofth. waits, fair young faces traetfhlly Agalnst shoulder blades, beasti iAl forms encircled by stry g,' manly aris, that would gladly ave held them forever, and ishlt, ed them from the storms that feI waver fair it seems, must briti to a. Nearly twelve months ago these two, aittingin the window, al plfght ed their troth. Violet aryll was the only daughter of a p rae proud milltofliB,ea d acusotom to every luxury tht money could purcbase, while Adelbert Jones was ly apoor book-keeper, ifith no ehan e to steal anything and get ahead in the world. He had come to the sotir d sant a given by Violet's father I honor of her nineteenth birthday, and had' wandered with her to the bay win dow, where, secure from o Irvation, they might talk of the all absorJin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 November 1881

': · ý, t y i Li 9F , I, f ýuac fýtx.,t _1'iýYaTý11P+LtýSeý;l c+44'1 BI ' =h: s cem.... The remonstrances Fe have tj :xegardlog the violatloneat tof*h Seitatiuton, by Governor McEltnej, In onening the eatrq session of Aesinb lat 1oikwOrlepat, hus riitedr the attention of a pItrMidi i s"en, ajurit of the highest stand' ;lg r: and recognIsed ability,-an eax SJuaUe-of our State Supreme Court - f.to, under the signature of J as Zp mssxaA, has favored us with hise views on the subject in questioin. The communication under that ilom deo plame appears in this issue. SIt needs no commendation at our bi\ands. Our readers, especially those 'belonging to the legal profession, .-will find the subject thoronghly dis seeted in technical terms and in a manner evidencing the familiariy that the writer has with all that ap :pertains to constitutional law. It must have been noticed that our New. Qr ieans contemporaries have avoided any comments on the sub js!ect, from a legal standpoint. he plea of e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 November 1881

LOCAL MATTE .il Reed's Gilt Edge Tonicle*i ateI Bowels. The Memorial Hop,.of lt Fri aight, though not very largely attende was a very pleasurable affair. The steamer "City of Baton Rouge was afloat on the Oh(o Falls ow Satur day, and is probably ont of harm's wad by this time. A handsome Witer.eooler for the 1*. die' cabin of the City of Baton Rouge, to be presented by our eitcens to the new steamer, is on exhibition at Mr. John Johnoen's, the Thwd street jew eler, who oriered the same front head quarters. Mrs. Aimeline Gil, relict of the late William Oil, Sr., died in Opeloeusas won the 16th test. The good lady was Well known tn this commurnity, where she had led ant exemplary life for many years. We tender our earnest sympathy to her many relatives and friends. A Commandery of Knights Templar is soon to be instituted in Baton Bouge. We are' informed that the MasonieLodg es of this and adjacent parishes will furnish a large membership to the Com mandery. May the sanguine eipecta- i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 November 1881

One ratb.eAnultry `day in September,, Then She cloudslorwar werIle lh., « e.nd lentenant of cavalry sat pareh. 4s ponthetop of rail fence at. Pat n aeress-roads, in London county, i'r. . lie was covered with the dnlit ps~dJ qoke of a fight that hie bgttaliouI t  at hbving with Mosby's commtand a -w miiles ip the road. He had corn.'. lick to the pointrhbere thisetory opens, ihanrge of five severely wounded men, Sipartial resnlt ofthe skirmish. They gsm lying lheck of hinm nder an apple -i4 oneof them his own brother, ebot h to the body and believed to be :imrtalily worndedl. The other four i ile not bound to him by the tie of kI Idred, bat they were very near to him, ' far not only hall they been his playmates i l: i ehildhood, but the companions of c 'iils later years, and over since the begin- 1 a itug of the war his closest comrades. SThiy wm'eb s4ering terribly, and w''bllo the officer was wondertg how tihey were to be taken to the Potomao tiser, Where medical assstaance could...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 November 1881

We extend our ooit rat ,Mr. l0W.W Cbambers .d Mr tei J: AI. l, who were, on the I t loust, JofIa gd: together in the holy b d oftmatri : ony by Rev. J. T. Dvg With thbeir iaty fiends, ,e wishb t4h bapoonp lotoIlf)t e04nd bahItteee. Thants for rememobrsnee. 6f% . oiQ tg ar the rat , for the pre tradon of the wotId-renowued German ~fyrup, Oreen'a ar, tad' npl us wfmi advaudeu copy of his handsome Cer as and Diary Alm. fplQ ,ctl and 1 tr. It contains. . wLt taPr6 ofwlnab'e informat ibn. Comatim re Walter NI. Mears, former ltl, ghtl biggtp fellows" of the s ,raw a sleek -looki-g travy aler for the house of liresh, Fbelman 4 Qo., of New Orleans, i' circamnavi. gatting our alty in its Intereit.H lie leaves to.day for Pointe Coupes,, and will rw, turn in a few dlays to take r all orders in his line. lie is in the home, of his fMeends whenever hae st ikes Baton Rouge. lie looks leliecat ju t now. MRa, LoNAD WITrrtNeF(.-We were happy to receive the visit of this hand soae mand siritd youn...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 November 1881

.fr i : o h i t .,. : - teis foti . iSte, or k hidevelop en ecet p ! I rop {i~ We t o fte. Tfie re ' their omposition . bol a lbe *d slentqr sood Si :Fa)eth e lement sn rahe: im the s i erth beg arts laut appai , or to t rwhich otu dw.vel nt 4tkt enter I ,ma itsd compodasition. to iieop an e elleni that wherop a W the as farmers do not sinl oeotls stud te ompothop good crop feP t ps, akind the elements e takenl uf entil farms nust ontan in avsila Sele form fort isem to feed ithin rdgr togow artnd deeloally applied, or .to which er po m fldoet not eloped i l sad pter,fectdears in an soil de to develop an proper ntxcelliment in crop.vala ie form, It ers folly to go oien trying st udygrow the ompostioe n of our diffear Syear onps, and the saelement touhend, if tcee. rye be any better way, a way of our farmswe mu assist contain in aerai ibe form sor them to feed npo atur whetimeshasrty. Whe canntimeot expect a to grow with finely developedes. Fertils and perfect of any ind are, thsoil d...

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

,l, t j c r Om i& Jd" bo4 7 BATON BUE ~m rd r 1. _ I } p-I, r, ý\ : . (ý" tt rý7e !"q~r J ; ý ý. I Y I :5 I r ' U r· ..ý JE 1ýý Y i I . ý 4 ý . r ý1 ý } I E . W. BURGESS, Attorney p oBU , a aPrompt atten. tuas nt t8o bhi. B. MAGIE fltIDER, qne and Counsellor at Law,N o. 54 ReP NJew Orleans, La S iO or AeTr Law. Win toa business intruasted ouven on street, between st.reet. Baton Rouge, La. IL3 AT LAW and ort Allen, West Baton tion i'en to the col ta, taking testimony under co~n. -dsiiqId tto m other matters requirnmg the aobt Its ý sy or Notay in the parish of Wet  apas v2n13 r•tiOS. B. DUPREE, Arrosiy 1 and Counselor at Law. Ofice--No. 6, Pike's Rowe Baton Rouge. La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HERRON & BE ALE, H An aTsY s and COUNxsELow AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bnsl. -ses entr.ted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. S. Herron................. L. D. Beale. F AVROT &am...

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

U1o r lip too**. iwor"ý~' lr Oimls Edge Toni cares 1i6 S !J pwenut crop tl year,. iti sai4 ,  sa worth more t " 2.000,000.. bu . aotWtu" atI ,Brpwnsvllle, Texas, is sihpped to Mexico 'to be manufactur- a Poor Mls. Christianoy, in a fit of fis teria, was foond on the streete in a ecanty nigbt-dress, in Washington, the bo lt~wr pig {t. FA SAn. Poifirio Dias, who was married BI ail Mexico last month, among other gifts, of S bimnted to his bride a diamond set ca worth $25,000. Entirely uaintentional: Fair umpire 4$ lawn tennis-"Only keep your head, CU Mr. Brown, and you ore sure to have a to spft thing." bi .'`very man is fond of striking the nail on the head, but when it happes p1 St be his finger nail, his enthusiasm fj e comes wild and incoherent. er Lord Beaconsfield said there were o Svirtuous lihves, on the principal that "'irtue is its own reward," If they could only get the reward in advance. 5s "Hopkins, a Texas heriff, aseeisted by p, his wife, fought off a mob of one hun- o...

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

LOCAL MATT" P"Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic ares Chills a ed Favr. , Geaulne Brazillian pdbl, very one guaranteed by 8. Drefpie. -i RUcarPrNaO.-On i n y evening, d L,M Jaek Toby, .W (tnningham, alias Thompson, and W Faulkner, alias Qfigley, two viVes, escaped iom the penlte by aling the wialls. They didn't go very far, howev. d er, as they were shaptn on yester- al day,in Woodville, Miss. 'T eir "French fr leave" wasofshort duratiot . o We leant from a circular. of late date, t that our genial friend, IMajr W. T. Cla- W verius, is now connected with the well. P1 known wholesale and retal drug house of G. R. Finlay & Co., of New Orleans. ju The Major;is well known fo his affable cE manners And competency as a druggist, et and the above firm will un doubt soon realize his great worth and influence. tl S. Dreyfus sells the best pebble glasses, for strengthening the eyesight. Alexandria Democrat: The connec tion between the New Orleans Pacific Railway and the Morgan Road was made to at C...

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

On a Iprely afternoon* in uly ' w, tesaorreapendent oro St. Johuf t p N-ewfoundland, I stoot' upon Sh bansrof alofty cliff on' that fart 4l4eA x. the coast between Placentia and Sit the honi M'M.ary's Bay{. Everything was stillt. obls il Only the faintest mtrmua, the angry *thii at toes of the ocean roar upon the n4 ity of mehted Into delicious music, stole op instp 4 from the strand to where I stood. ee oft The sea fowl, which inhabited a"tmall neees a< island in myriads to my left, seemed; tutore S too, to have fallen under the spell have be and gone to sleep. The ocean hear- never le d' , its breast in feeble billows rolling take sl1 landward with a drowsy motion, and There Ii * the flshieman in h.s small boat rested think*; upon hie oars to listen to the still- house, t ness and calm which had fallen over But ti S~erything. whee, e A dozen or more of fishing skiffs always P and boats, a little less than schooner or a dist size, stood motionless where the last' with eqs breeze...

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