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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 July 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. The Univelsity. Since our last report, Hou. W. H. Pipes, Major eteno T. Beauregard and Col. Will A. Strong have arrived, thus constituting a quorum of ten Supervi s irs. The Board has been actively at .work every day this week in Comunittee or in at body. They have adopted a res olition dhclining to make any legal de fense to the just claims against the old I'niversity. A Committee has been up ipointed to collect the assets and pay a pro rata, as far as they will go toward liquidating these debts. A Finance Commitiee, composed of. Messrs. Fay, Dollhondo and Beauregard, I with the Vice President as Chairman, is to take steps to collect assets and liqui dlate claims against the present institu- i tion. A Committee was also appointed to draft rules for the government ofe Cadets, etc., during the coming recess. A resolution providing for the estab- I lishlment of a farnt, where all that can a be produced in Louisiana, under the I direction of a practical planter, who is t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 July 1880

S a` s8 An Editor. "t f(AtA "Hi tsno 4w s I ni at Milan, in Erie co., Ohio,Feb. 11, 1817, an olºlcre canual village of the smalillest il.p·o,.4 was not tJae place where the iluL l of a giOius would he looked for, if thi c'lusive sparl'k hadt the hlait of 1'i nplealring anywlhere, aecording to pro ucribul formulas. 'rihe village of' Port Illron, Michigan, to which his 'nmilly removed no, nafter, anll where thi0 greater ,part of hli youth was patn e) wotlditntot have afflorded a behttetr p1it~i lp:e; His family was lan verage on.of the hilllthhiler ort. ''lllere wcre tino tnI, ntIuIl talenlts iIn lly3' of its nei'lilbPers upon which clt saimn to hereditary ability could of he baed. Of ai ,nllt'r of birthert and sisters, inoui' havel shown an inclination et towardn Iprsiits like the ilvelltor'sownl i lie my halve' t aken h'lmll his father-- IT who wAs Iii tirl tilor, ll 1 tl'meryltanil tdealer ill grinl, iln lRu( .er' , land ill fill'll law.-s-snrone of thei rerstlhsne' s which r hl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 July 1880

.. ."" The Voice of the People is Our only .Muster. VO. 2. - BATON ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1880. ATTORNEYS. C . IO() E, ATrroRn AT LAW and " Notary Public, Port Alle,. West Batou Rouge, La. lpecial attention given to the rol. hItion of acrounts, taking testimony under com nJinslon, and to all other mlatters requiring the attention of an Attornry or Notary In the pariah of West Baton Hougne. aplel v_ nlI 1I .. .LAN(J., A'rrouIgY AN OUNtCoKOIIn . At Iaw, Donaldsonvllle, La. WIYl pIrac tice in all the courts of the state of Louisiana. 1t1101. I1. DI['ID I EE , A'nonu T and Counselor at L.aw. O1h.e--No. t, Plkln tow, Ilatton Rougu, La. Will practice in the 14at.' and Yelriral Courts' Il IERRCON,IRD &) IICE ALE L A'iTl'ltK antl COUNMa't. Ar LAw. (Oflice oiln North lBoul.vard street, near the post ollice, ilaton Ilouge, La. Will attend to al law busi. te1m entrusted to to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. H. Iferrn...... C:. Ilrl ..... . D. Ilknlo. F1AVROT & LAMON. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 July 1880

I SON(/. . ' . 4 It ,o(. i: LLIA W ,LLLF.I{ e, ' 1 the 1 , Iw ed -I It'i , ", 1 4. 2 ti i das' ik4 t:: ' t ,. t4 ;lJ4' 1 144 1 '~ti4 irt '.4 't ' -it4¶ ?I,' ath *a hl (1g tr f ý: ' ;11."1 4r ,lPd t di, , '' . , .:. , ' . t .., V i', , In d, to follow .i " .ATime. J;tlk t ]olunjel ' (t h1 , I, 't ; . S44n: .i,'; ' -aid in the - 4, i ni : I ýt! itd .,I" w 1ind '. to i" i1.n ; . . '?tt, 1 ,' Lt.'2 r; ", ,114 -,,. w "' !: . . . , 1 1'1 , . t i ," jI4P. , 4 2 1 ,A . i gut. , i. ' thai t "be k44w. 4,4.,.'.?r it ,:,' tit le E4 rthlF i' s t v (ale t ';4 in4 I' I . 1 ! ), b,, Ii 4)d1 the bhit+s--wc twh h' . !. . ' 1..1k i .t 1 1 1im t,.:': li; ing in. t'. .' ' . 1 1 hear't4' are lit' 4'k4 ', . '1. h .,' .r ' 'D h't' wi th1. i)l hinit n ( 'l '. , ' ; l I'ttr w ha ntever bidiigthta gull ftir. I +h h a' truth. u(l we laughed togethbr, L,1..-1hd till the wo hod wire all aring, A ul i1' said to mie, as he plumed each lI'ather, '" Wv1 , pcple nmutst cooak it' they canadt sing." i'p 4he tl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 July 1880

i)BOWMyBfitoa. so Th'lomas Alia "EdiAl aras 'born at Milan, in Erie co., Ohio,Feb. 11, 1847, a8s obscure canal village of the esmllest size, it was not*the place wherethe advent of a genius would be looked for, if this elTsive spark had the habit of appearing anywhere, according to pre scribed formulas.. The village of Port itiron, Michigan, to which his family removed soon after, and where the greater part of his youth was passed, v-o:ildl tot have afforded a better pros Ipe.ct. His family was an average one of the hIunbler sort." There were no- min ,:;l talents in any of its nmembers upnt v. I.i1 a claim tdohereditary ability coinld t I:t.I:li. Of1 a iinilTr of brothers alnd : rte, no have shown an inclinatimn , :' rd nlrsnits like rth inrventtr's own. I !I ty have taken ifrtlt o i, tfatihcr . . :' in! tur': tail 'r, 4101-t'rl' h au!, m4,. 'r in gr:in. i i nubel, utl inS tiarmi . :. ',-- i ' ," c rIi t.i h:.l ,,:., ' .hi -h ,t nt ' ' ir ts' ioin . 11' tool -:, a ., c., n,.tstit...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 July 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, lEditor and Business Mnager. BATON ROUGE, JULY 3, 130. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. *'OR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Eaton Rouge. BATON ROUGE A SEAPOBT-WHY NOT? New Orleans Democrat Our sprightly contemporary, the Baton Rouge CAI'ITro.IAN, indulges in some speculations as to the future of the charming city of Baton Rouge, and, among other possibilities, dis cusses that of its becoming a seaport. On this point it says: The idea that Baton Rouge might at no very distant day become a for midable rival to New Orleans as a seaport will doubtless excite the mirth of our contemporaries of the Crescent City. For the fun of the thing, how ever, we'll draw a picture of the high land metropolis of the future : In the first place, an ocean steamer can reach our town in nine or ten hours after passing New Orleans; and fled no iuplediment in the way of sand bars or any thing else at any stage of w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 July 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Sunda ''s ditton. St. Joseph's academy. W\V publish below the programme of the exercises held on Thursday last at St. ,Joseph's Academy, and the distribu tion of crowns and premiums, showing the excellent management of the ('ath ilt. sisters and the progress made by Iheier iltlnerottl pupils: rIOORAMMI JLUN 24, lrO0. otpe.ning March, Miss Emma Ileade. Soing, Lea Vacaness. by the Popils. 'uetry, Martyrdom of St. Theodosias, Mitss iEmma Labhat. Piano, Twilight Fancies, Miss May lichert. )ialogue, Acting Charade, Misses S. P'llant, Katie Gasp M. Bockel and others. Dut, Prince Imperial Gao!p, Misses C. Lorio and C. Brooks. Piano, Shower of Rosen, Mins Manmie Ilockel. Dialogue, Children's Play, Misses A. I'jdol, C. Brooks and otlhers. Song, iesutiful Moonlight, Miss I1. Bockel and A. PI'jol. Comnposition, Our School Days of 1e80, Miss May Hebert. Duet Lily of the Valley, Misses Katie .(anse and Leila Illant. Recitation, When, Miss Emma Fairbanks. Song, Golden Shore by the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 July 1880

I'm dreatniul th-night of the river 01' the imystiral river Death, ir .Oim taruss whose dark, cold waters There comres not the faintest b:rat!l. I list Ivith a Leart that'.sachin~ For a loved onet, g;one bl-fnre: For an ,dol broken, that tered, I fain would see once tuto'e. I list. andl a flintt, low wrailin . o)n tih damp nih: wi1.ds is bloin. "'l+T onaught but the echo wafted, 'ontil the ceuntlt' hearts thlat mourn. I thtiIekdf the wild. oilu l.entdrs, That 1,ptne the a.nt of othe id " 1 r o :h l ' Ot .It '.|tni Se S dmoi1 oheri pint il t11'a 1 ht i t on y tir, , .a dI I li (t'+ an ni, vl Ifl y a't' I;: . ' ,! ' \ tVt.. i t ',I'.- r :i tI w.4 i,,' Tie Ia rk gracc b tt Will Le. Wh ait, soul;: 'rT'is ot,t a , ar.e vi _ These doubt', and aling fo, he" At death I'll know if ' Itvetd oan Horner, L. THE RAILROAD BRIDGE. About three years ago my sailor friend, Harry Moordale, went as passenger in the ship Tempest, bound to Harre, at which port he arrived in due course of time. Among...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 July 1880

A DRAMA By THE SEA. k_ :.;.tied from last we* of I ,. ,',rd' amd.the la',gh wer, ltbe:ten :.: wind u nd .coid int, hnt:e r, ,q,! . I~: h e r e rllr ,l i .:t r, d T :fmonle - ik I . . , ... e fora h, " i: ul r, a ':"te, fl ,r e " 1..nt 'f ' lr. e ''ap ...w * : e I..: ... . : , .,' "l ii. " l latoio n, ith i ".b l:ld face criedtl: .,, .. ....I :. ... i,:: 1,, ,,) ,,. 1 4 X, '.. = , t t iiite o aid ? Certhinly ILe na it whis ,', ' ..'", " i !' : ,'y t .0' ',,'t tht' i,, r .'1:anig (l, while he !:)one. about biu. 1,:r,1 i e i t in, as 'utpicious questioke .7' hisW eyes ; h~ nota findingan ex .l, nation, with . ihucle.d face cried : 'Did I notn eair a voice liWhat, was i!:at it ,nid ? Certainl,' I i:card it whis "'ri-'itt:der !' ()it, ito. not. that iTho" i".'. 1V ::;in, as distinct ais spoken woI itf'-'--'l'l yoti be a mturderer.' '. " lth a it 'ruler, qutiet.er iaiilier ,, 1, I al .arked . it ,rL lealnte its any i:'a' ,i .i;tr liit day. 'ie wild, sac'ted r . ': .'' 1 ', 'yes Il'., ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 July 1880

Prof. Magruder' Exhibition. How the rain did pour. down last Friday ! just because wo we wanted to at tend Prof. 1Magruder's exhibition, and in defiance of the maud under foot and the scowling, leaden clouds over our be ribboned heads, we went--of course, we went. We wouldn't have missed it for a round of heel and toe. Oh, it was de lightful! didn't go! oh, why not ? The room was all decorated so beautifully and such a delicious odor filled the air, and the boys looked so like sugar plums that after we entered we forgot all about our lovely little sandals that we had ruined, and mamma's unwelcome information that we were to have no more this sunmmer. But the exhibition ; well, we didn't arrive in time for the prayer and first music - oh, the music was enchanting ! Which was the best speech ? well, I -don't know; let me think a minute. "Baton Rouge-Its Future," was splen did; the speaker was happily destitute of that uncomfortable awkwardnesss so conunon among school boys; his grace ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 July 1880

w, Ii TRIo WEiciEELY. fate 6 1880. S i. The of the e -.. ý zeý-ru , slo_. ? The Voice ohe (Pe is Our only aster, VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., TUEDAY,JULY 6, 1880. { lIlll m umnmmm n mn • mannmm ,m • ., ,'. .. m '{, . --" . .. , _•, ... "' " ATTOItNE . C W. I'O()PI~, A-rrouenEY AT LAw and * Notary Public, Port Alhln, West lRatio Ronuge, La. Spc.'ial attenlltion given to thle ol Ilection of accounts, taking testimony ulnder cIm nuis1ion, and to all otlher ll-ttltr r 'requiring the atk'ntion of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton lRoItte. aprl v~nl,13 ST . !- LANG, ATOINEY AND COUNKs.olt 1. At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the Stato of Louisiana. rilH1-10 . 3i. DIJ DURIEE, A'roaste: I andl Counselor at Law. (illicc-No. fi, Piko's Row, Batten Rouge, La. Will practico in the State and Federal Courts. IIERRON,BlIRl)&.. I3EAIEI .L ArTORN.YR andl COUNoIMAn AT LAW. Ollice on North Boulevard street, near the ,cst oflice, Baton Rouge, La. Wil...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 July 1880

ganl, Strong, Dolhonde and Walton-- nc n Iemlltlers. ItIw The reading of 'the iintes we'l di. ijg -penscd with. Col. Iloyd was excuse4 ttcil from attendance. Col. W.)ton eplled,tp his re utiot l which reahe as llowd: "Whereas, it 'bas blen '41rniltc l eu this Boaird that the falling off of' payiu ( Cadets has taken place to ia greater or less degree every year almost stile the organizatioln of the La. State I;iver- 1 nity and Agricultural College, and fir- of ther, that I uring the last scholtltic year, hat with free tuition, the number of Cadets to has decreased front 172 nmatriculated to opl about sixty at the present time, the 1. Board is fully justilied at least in think- til ing it must be 41due to some ijherent, dil cause of mismanagement, and particU- eon larly as the Industrial College of our Ilt sister State of Arkansas has an attend ance of nearly five hundred stllldetts, under the control of Gen. 1). HI. llill, ree as the only method of meeting the case, tio therefore- ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 July 1880

LOC( AL MATTERS. INI il, 'ii .i ,i'ii . .i . .wei.se' 1tt.. leid 111',r ;ll tihe Ill tllllp e fr f mi y dri.k. .\1~' g llt u i all i, r , ' I,,I ' t l eel., 1 ' 1,' . Irt . .\. Tinhos,,., of \\',,t. ltatoln lHon.., , hoe \Ra 1111o 41f1, the brav.t1 1-e,4 who s. nhI e ild a illt; ll;'t il i i"ul i g of R hait hb di'n' ! to he rid ht. i.,l It'nlV m r11 ia1lii. . The tI e ill , pr hh.ab ly. il hr.ee weeks, n1; the crimnina l d ,i11 , .' ,i.1ll7' Iii: I :,.7 Ii ' i ll e . il l 0 ' ; I tr, ' 'atir, ;: , Jul}l 1"! , the ' lilrtonll "iiade, floi'S t te, n isipl e i' uiS iI t Railro;a ('.'. ( 1'1 11i11 r I=iigulr ftrain . The tl.i c 'k h", 1Ii ,' I111 i. n g 11 ' o'rsl r : 1od llhe h ( III.,! Ioro :-hly repIi l' 'ld. ,;-11 .1, 1r Ii, ('. M ,ni n eli e (n'd ,our III( I .",till I; I - ;11 l it 11i 4 17 1 1 (i t uiii' o h lii',' g if\ lg' O' ] r (, I I h is ( III . ;ll V, n rg'1 I tIii' clh rops in II he, r ;itirselelt .,id ti art ie i (iieeL c' heering. lg e slays if thei f Il'Iers are n...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 July 1880

Oiforence Mosby's Flight. Mos ago, 111i UNHIIAIPPY LOT o01 A CONVKIEIATE I' g o, G(KNEltAL' l)AU(illTrri. ty ti 01100 (New York Hlerald.) Most The account of the mysterious disap- torly pearance of- Florence Musly front her to l1 residence, in St. Mark's place, which Hurl the Herald published nearly two mouths lag ago, excited considerable attention, es* nelti pecially as the story was substantiated yeat by tho following: in m A NY PERISON ItI'U1tNIN; I,'IORENCE a 01 AlMosby, or Mosl,,y, to the house in St. beau Mark's place, from which she has Ieen mnassag since the 13th Inst., will be liberally rewarded. ing, The above paragraph appeared in the blue advertising coltumns of the IIerald on feati the i24th of April last, and investiga- as a thous made since that date reveal a cam story which presents some remarkable I ha points and illustrates a phase of life I be which Is in soeto respects almost with- As a out a parallel. The facts, gleaned from star various sources, are substantia...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 July 1880

TRI-WEEIrLY. .. ... M o;.-15um . The Voice of the People is Our only ,Master. . . TON OUGE, L H AY, JULY 8, 8 VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., THURSDAY, JULY 8., 1880 ATTORNEYS. ( W. I'O)I'EC , Arronr AT LAW and r Notary Publilo Port Alleo, West Dton Iringe, L[n. Special attention given to the XIa leIt lon of at'c,ounts, taking testimony under c(m misnsion, and to all other matters reqniring the Sll.nitllion of an A tiornqy or Notary In the parish of \Vst BaIton Rouge. apr$A v'n13i r1 N. LANG, ATrolIsnY ANDCOUNs LOR , At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Wll, prao tice in all the courts of the State of Louisana. ,t vlOH. 1. DUPR ,EE A'vroaNst L and Colnselor at Law. Oflce--No. 6, Pike's ltow, Batton Roose ,La. Will practice in the Slate andl Fedetdra, ourts. SI UERRON,BIRD & BEALE I L ATrronarn and CousLOas ATLAW. Office oi North Boulevard street, near the post ofice, Baton Ro ge, La. Will attend to all law buel. ,eas entrusted to them in this and pUdolning parishen. A. H. Herron.....C C....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 July 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, t| Editor and Basiness Manager. e t FOR PRESIDENT, t W. . HANCOCK, ' Of Pennsylvania. . I FOR VT'CE.PESIDIENT, I1 WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, e OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, t Of East Iaton Rouge. Texas men are complaining of the scarcity of horse thieves and the lynching business. When some politicians are weighed they are found wanting every office in which there is a vacancy. The California Workingmen, in I Convention assembled, deposed Den- I nis Kearney and endorsed Hancock for President. Some of schools have a rule punish ing a boy who is tardy without an I excuse. A boy who couldn't give an 1 excuse for being tardy ought to be punished. "Me vote for Garfield !" exclaimed I an old diarkey within our hearing yes day. "No, sir, Gin'ral Hancock fit, ( liled and died fur me, and Garishll, or i w'at eber yer call '1i, fit, bled and died for DeGolyar." To catch the German vote,. some of Garfield's relations have started the interesting rumor that his origi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 July 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. c ive te Conrad's Bld,weiser bottled bier :all the summeor for my drink. .oi;huea l;Ica's inagniticent retail es tahlcishinent still flourishes with fresh anl cheap groceries. 'lh e ' steamer Fanchon, running in the New Orleans and Washington trade, while oil her up-trip Tuesday, ran into a log and broke her steam pipe. Sihe was Ibrought to this city for repairs. Th'lh Merehouse Clarion is one of the best edited country papers in the State. As a local laper it plays a superior hand. .Jist thel right size, every item is drawn through a sieve to snbstptat its pithl .. Mr. J. J. Capdeveille isselling out his large stock of goods at cost with the view to closing out his business until Fall. Ilis object in doing this is to Ihtvc his store-room thoroughly repaired' and relittcd. If you want bargains, now is the'time to call on him. See Mr. William P. Kirby's advertise ment, as renewed in another column. IHe has removed his establishment to the corner building opposite Mr. J...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 July 1880

i TA WNVD EAK RS FRToM NOW1. W\e IE ver can clnit'oted le With our own lot in life; We'vn always trouble on our minl,l. out niew born care or srife; Vily not travel through the world With snushine on your brow i For you'll never know the diffibremne In at thousand years from now. 'Twon't do to Ie too ,proud those days, ihcause you have your wealth Yon may some time the wrong man nsect, Aytl thereby lose your health. D)ou'R cot: tb earn your living HBy the hoe, the spade, the plow, For you'll never know the difference In a thousalld years front now. Iln-ause your parents are well off Don't scorn to learn a trade ; Itemember when the stn is warm, You can't always find the shadue. Don't scorn to oa little work Though sweat adorn your brow For you'll never know the differone In a tIouteand years front now. HANOO0K AND THE BEPUBLIOAN8 IN. O. States.] Mr. Leqnard W. Jerome, one of the promninent, wealthy and infleiontial Re publicatts of New York city, has written a most significantt lett...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 July 1880

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 July 1880

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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