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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 August 1880

WEAVER'S WAGS inforS De L ARI PaID IIIM BY THE REPUILICAN ap in NATIONAL COMMITTEE. upres Mr. W. M. Edwardy, the editor and mitte proprietor of the Montgomery, Ala., 5. 1 News Item, published the following in two t that paper of the 28th instant: ele:t On the 24th of June a conference of out a the Independent Greenback Labor party se of Alabama was held at the Exchange mtni Hotel in Montgomery. I bad been ask- Wea ed to rdprsent the Independents of of th Montgonery deunt~, and went Into the mitt4 conference for the purpose of doing so. nre. As I then understood it, the object of said conference was to inaugurate such t measures as would tend to repeal cer- tie tain odious laws in existence in this aid State, and to secure an impartial ad- meei ministration of State affairs. I was e conscientious in what I did, as I con- The ceived It to be a movement set on foot The by honest, intelligent men ¢f the State, dollt who were identified with its interests, and who had always labored to ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 August 1880

Eri 1eehliy apitoalian LEON JASTREMSKT, ECditor and Btasiin9i Manager. IBATON ROUGE, AUGUST 14, 1880. National Democratic Ticket, FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennmylvania. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRISS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rougo. For the Premn Convention to be held Oct. 4th, at BATON ROUGE, sugar Planter, Patriot.Democrat, Southorn Watchman, Felloina Sentinel, New Orleans Democrat, Creensburg Gazette, Amite City Independent, Gretna Courier, Shreveport Daily Times, North Loulelana Journal, Morgan City ]review, Iborvillo South, Marksville Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Lafyefto Advertiser Total, 15. The St. Landry Democrat says ''Down with an extra session of the ti Iegislature." Still, New Orleans " groans for relief. n The Houma Courier says "the n 'l'crrebonne Republicans do not favor a ;Gartield very strongly." 'rile Dem- o ocrats should not be too sure of this, k lfor "while the cat sleeps the rats are g moving around." ii D...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 August 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Suesda's #dition. Dr. Archer, the reprenentative from PIoints Coupee honored us with a cll thismorning. The Doctor Iblougs to that wing ofl the lonse,who, in every instance cain be found deofending the rights and iaterestts of the peopleh. The 19th Ward, (St. Landlry) was on hand. Among its delegation wore Capt. Perrodio, the President of tie Conroen tion, lion. M. 1). Kavonaugh, Capts. Prescott aidi lfnna, and Mr. iuflnisson. l'he 19th Ward, as usual jva: no small item in tlhe, political caulllrnt. Ilon. C. I). Ott, of Washington, one of our colleagues in the constitutionsl convention, one of the :"Mohawks" whose seats were located oni the extreme right, was a delegate to the Congresw sional Convention, and visited us during his stay. Mr. Ott is one of the leading l)ecnwerats of his parish. Iton. (Thas. ParlIange, lhe talented 8ouatorlal Represenutative of the 'ointe Cotpec I)lstrict, was in o:jr city this week. Mr. Parlange tholmgh young in years, has already Imad...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 August 1880

AU Ie'ON''!O o, A TH NA 1N Q(IF VJNYIILD WVitli glory still in l'fredour'5 bhote we dwell, Itldopeandtece.hy, to memory o et is dear, Nor are the deeds of heroes great forgot, For once the patriot's voice is heard In Liberty's temple the ihhi all defending' East and West, North and 86ath in'tpisen now pour Libations sweet on one centenilal altar. Uiuty, Valor, Charity, are the gifts of hearts once more. Serre seads a hallowed light around, Contentment dwells ni every but, a$i) iam slr fine, On ev'ry hill, in valleys, citd on ov'ry plain Tea thoneand tongues their greatestJoy proclaim ''lil heaven itself reaches back our patriot's name. Hall ! noble scion of virtuous ancestors without stain, Amerlca's elthamplon, we greet thee in Liberty's name. No Tyrant's speech, oau thy noble heart pro' claim Constant guatdlaIn of the people rightsl divlin', On thee true true honor rests I in th hands the trusnt, Clement to all alike-lllherty's P'alladium thou lidst uphold, Knowing 'twas a birth...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 August 1880

OOD'S LOVE. IlMRIi5OM. God said. "I am tired of kings ! I sufs them no more; , Up to my ear the inorning brings The outrage of the poor. Thfaik ye I made this ball A field of havoc and war, Where tyrants grqat and tyrants small Might happy the week and poor ? Ho! I uncover the land, Which I had of old time in the west, As the sculptor uncovers his statue When he has.wought his best, I will divld~ y 9 ! Call in the wreaih and slave; None shall rule but the humble, And none but toil shall have. I will never have a noble ; No lineege counted great: Fishers, and choppers, and plowmen Shall constitute a State !' TWICE BURIED. Half way from Ldadvillp to the'plains -half way, and by a new trail running i Sway into thesouthwest and down along - the canyon of the Platte ; half way only, and my horse worn, my food gone, and a night close at hand. Night in February t -death,; cold ! I wrapped my blanketyet closer about my shoulders, and urged my steed for ward through the gloaming. a "Cursemy...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 August 1880

The Official Proceedings of the Police Jury. POLICE JURY ROOM, PARJIsH OF r EasTr BATON ROUG, August 10th, 1880. Regular meeting of the Jury. Present-Mr. A. Jackson, President; aud Messrs. Randolph, Davis, Monte gudo, Fairchild, Huguet, Harelson, Gardere, Stdkes and Bogan. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The President stated that in accord ance with instructions received at the last meeting of the Police Jury, relative to the appointment of a committee to examihe and report the feasibility ;of building a bridge either at 8trickland's or Joor's, it was impossible for him to find the disinterested parties therein mentioned, hence his inability to ap point the said committee. The following reports were read and received: TREASURER'S REI'ORTr. TREASURERS OFFICE, Eis'r B.troN Rtoi;K, August 7th, 1880. To the President and memlbers of the Police Jury: Grsru~llnN-Below you will please find my statement from last report to the 7th day of August, 1880: Balance last ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 August 1880

. E.R,.- , kih. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARS AND CIT , ,,,, - . y ,. VOL. 2 VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, AJUS",I ;I 8,. " i';2irY. ... . . - --• II I fi l IIIII II / Rl I, IA IB :I I1 t >~ ·: ,,,t .-' , ATTORNEYS. t IY. PI'OPE, :o:lEr AT I,.LAW m . Notatry Public, I'ol't .\Illen, We'lst ]aton R;otit'e, La. slecial ittentliln wivncr to thti rol. !,r -li ir of a'rr,'uutl$, tiaking tfsr inl1onyII d r+t ceOnt Iimsnil,, and to all other Iatters lh r .ltil 44lu atl'oti11 of ll Attorney or Notary in thie parish of Weslt Batonll RIo . 1 apt vgll , Al., 1. At lWw. Ilolaldrntll$d, LaU twac. lice in all the courts of the State of Louislana. r111O() 4. II. D)tUJ'REX E, A'TOttNEY I an:d ;OlConSelor at Law. Otitce-No. i, Pike's Row, ]latonll Rioe, La. Will practice in the State and F'oideraf'Courts. dtrtNO '& '"AIt aL , I. A'r'ONETS. and DUNlsona AT , wpOftice o, Noel lh Bouleovard otreet, near the poet office, IBaton ]Iuge, La. Will attend to all law busi nrtss erit...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 August 1880

Sri' ýe~thli Qt ipitoiiý1 AS' ..iSRIKI Edito$ u iqdeýrn Mannelr. '(RItIGJ:, AV(A 'I' 17, 18' I National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, 1f " n 'l sll ylvl tltin. FOR VICE.I'RESIIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OV INDIANA. FOR con ( E N S HON. E. W.' ROBERTSON, Ot i;ut Iltllgt'mh uon . Folr the Pre s Convention, to Im held O~I. 1111, at BATON ROUGE, SUlgar P'lantler, I'atriot(.1rcmH rl, Sf lhorn WVatIhmlai , Ftliciauln SUntinitIl, New Otitumn I)enmcmrat, (;Gr ieslrb g Uia(letIte, A\mite Cityi lutepletlenl., (;retna Couriler, S+hreveport ])ily Timeo, NIrth ItsAinnn Journal, Morgan, (Cil3 Review, V Ilmrvlll Nolth, Mlarknvillo Ilalletir, Lake (ha lrles Echo, La.t'yotto Advelrtiser, Pointe ('Otunte tRcord--Total, 1. Sabine Sotlltlrolt: lurrtah fori lillu cask and English! We are all solid furrNovenal,er, 1881). An old tiUrUter once said, with tmore truth thatl , elegance: "There 'tre two, talks in tlhe world to ole deo." The motto of Stlnewill JacksoII was: "Trust in the iLor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 August 1880

I Lue'; IIl I t , 1 i n y Ii Itlg 1 *.ll. s I o I .. . ~ . , . Ihm) t le tellrle tro I u! n 1, l r 1y I' lgiitl I 'lof t 'll t II Ilat (lj rh'id jh ,Ilt. IIllI 18 his fIin lly to 'i' lltrm illl , M 1in ., to rIr'l l - i - : fo r it ti't f el 11100. 1 4 1 M i i I;i', 4 ,l ýii:t 'llt i`-lWJ ` ,  ºiir41 i ll' Jllll t i tli 4ini ,I ) I it I ttll,, Illint e1 1 l Ii S , 1 . i'hi, ti',rt Il.i lrill , I Mt', rlh' lt. 1 i), Noi lllul.ins Io litii l of minolll tiin ' f ori 1I li,'ll4 111lln lt l hn ,l' i 1111oh n , 111114 o ll it ill h, tllnVilt lll ti O. O I (tillit 111111 fri'inlt II , L1 .li$ tI'ilIIt kl i t llhom ll ,nl ( I t ll loln"l ir lý tl  l ir, u l i ot 0 .1. It oy his 11 1 111t, 111111 u 1 41o111 his ItIe t auIi loni'5 il l, Ih NIlVall rllhuol. lti J tti4I,(tul11 IllhAred l i4' Its ul p,,hrflily fromi (4ini. (I. W. MiliihTy, olio i \l Ill4 i, 111 l NItl lll IIi iI tM IltIli ti lll lli,'ii ll fI lllI I I tilt1,l'es llt, i H11i1t1 i I Ill. ii nllll n It Sotto. TheII (lrunhtul ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 August 1880

GRtEENBACKISE, to ,-- - A 7, 188i). M tI. Sucr e it , "I w, ulld be, glaitl refittf if ty aughllt untrue, ilnd wouldl gladly refute aneotheer if ile trill, but not imore gId than to ie lc y self eruitl 4if anl rl. t 'le greatest advantig6 is to be edl fruiL error ine the ncearch of truthl, ieand thle next great est is to free another." ('ild the grandculc of thie pritnciple i invoelrted in ,theS alove statehmenllt be fully I realized by the edlitors of the tlouIuepds 1 of ipaiper now strivipg to inouthl Iabii. I QpMIlt dt. 'd,.iltry, hli* many of I sludt t rti alln hl tlhe one alppearing hi I your paper of the .1t if July, under thei hesadling "A Fiorlorn Iople," would Ie consignel to the "waste basket," or else never he penned! Yel anay "In Maine tlhe (Greenubacker S * * have united their strength with theil Delnocrats in ordler to enrly their State for Haitncock." Is it wanit of infor iiiation that eltbles you to thllnnattemlelpt to misleatl! te peIleo ! The ' ctll of the State ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 August 1880

oh anI TRI-WEEKLY. 1 -- .2 lA z .» r P'u~li~ehex.OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY",- , ae ' VL. 2. ATON ROUGE LOUISIANA THURSDAY, AUGUS 191880 VOL~~~~= 2.rc BAO ROGE LOIIAA THRDY AUUS'19180 A'I'TORN iE:YS. - 1.4 S1444t t~ 1n .4tt444I'm4 f .111.1n 14 V i i 1441rt ;Off"'.44, t.... tij i-ii 411414ttnt i iti "n l44tilu rtl~ 1. t t ;4'1.44 t1*4 I'l I,,t" m n u t ' uj Atl.;ii x, : i to gi oiti ~i tt,nv 'ii TI. atu t4ht4 alt, Af 1 N.1 A ." i ." in "l in .N.14. 444441tM A441 S ftti'' N .,I .441 '4It I 4t444 it I ..all~fi i ll. 4 ;ttt -N4. lV l I M( Ill r i allt44l4 1.444ig44 oI.. t~il- jtlditt 4 Il ii Lo lisia ' 4 1111 4 4 I i uun I, 114 t14 l Law. (t4 ite--N u. I i, . P 4.t"'z 144'.H 1 t;.t!444 liin. tiLhl Will ptu atid u in L~lutu A. It'r ;444 .1.'............ I). .Aetd -------;--·--ý: - 'A VJA )T & IN 1AI.()N. AIio l .1 11, l;sl·. v.; anlll;Of HP~t uý ,b TfA 'h. O1111de I ~ jy, ,~t ,Aw. Iflht. Ii Nth. 1Loh4I!1)ir 444?44N14. It n'I' R1 n(,11:r }gs 1; tl".tt I o i .. Lt. W ill i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 August 1880

Editor in Man er. !U ,Al , National Democratic Ticket. FOI PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of PeonnMylvania. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, RON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East litton loluge. F'r tle I'rees Uonvention to be held Oct. 4th, Ii BATON ROUGE, Sugar Planter, Patriot-Democrat, Southerll Wattbnimdn, Folleolna Sentinel, New Orleans Democrat, tireenaburg Oazette, Amite City Indepentent, (iretua tCourier, Shreveport DaTil Timen, North Louisiana Journal, Morgan Cit1 Review, lberville South, 'Markaville Bulletin Lake Charles LEco, Lafayetto Advertiser Polute Conpue Record, Richland Ileacont, Mio den Democrat.Opelousai l)emnocrat--Total, 1i. More hIarnm can be done by grum- , blers tihan can be repaired by worthy eitisons in twice the time the injury is being done. When tile newsarrived in the silver camps around Leadville that Ben Butler was coming, a vigilance com mittee wasinntediately formed. The St. Bernard Eagle says : Front the tenor of a recent comin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 August 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. The fltlte t fiid in the world IN fthe olhmio Bitters. 4'ioni'ld's lhtldweier bottled beer in gooI lor ti hilreun ans well nn adhlts. P. Ki. riby hasu juut recolvod front Niew ()'to'1l.ln, por Johln Wilson, a Iarge 'Mo,'I',tttt,, of fte'th gooid ratld new i"'llts, stct IIsI the nulrkft affordl; aIso hlitnoi, t t2 t~ t. ller io)Ectt. h 4wa t t of iflititiog. Ciali only filt 'ol,'idtut's u lhtiielter. If you ltl d l Iany i ltlit i ,,ii, cIh e 'i l. tiltt e t llllte* inllille dilt.ly to ('. Co('otrld & ('., St. Iotllin, r to Jolihn Millhr, thie geinoridl agent, No. 2 .Ineksou tllceet, New Orleuans. 't'o that . excelle'st pacper, the JMorning Sa i' alld (4'nthlie Mcuslengeer, of New I O)'rl';tte, f It ('A Il' rP.IlAN r''tllrirn thaniks fo(r ol1llfi'sies lho,'n int ftorwardllng to i al e tr'dro'ss a clippi'iong l rilt an Oregoni 1 otl.l'nporn'r., which ritqtireld explt untl ihn. t I.y' Ir,'fti',lltl ce tin atlverttiscletle, l1lb- I isheltil elsuewhere, It Iu ill lbe se...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 August 1880

The New Orleans Whisky .:11 ~Jung,:~~ , A IJ (,i t ii c t' 1N e1 " "ITo(jnA'*'IdS. " New Yorkl i",, ifoniw the rWnl b(,'rs %~ Pl it i ot ll e the Nt'w Otetntita wvld rmik nmidu' good their Iboaslt thatt they weleo strolnglr thlltg the gvetitrniteit, wts ti itade fttl llilar to t the Jitilliic in the t ecjlletl yietr' Ilof ayes' t alltniit. ir.lttion ]y' Byithe , i' llCtto ai dtishliut attorney was, itentovetl Who h eviledoce to coilvict nlltn the tirnilitsua'diii intcl 01k I t ·'sCUrI tQ t 31 . onc t yP wilts, begun bl y 8egetnr c vlhtittutw nrder (Grant, f ildill smiotllher rlliia Wvhloi thie ring ioldsll control wn illappoinited. The MililsH agiiiltst thirty Ipersiis over whioe heoILds ii lndlictninltn still haiing wl', lere, a the K retnovitilof itistriclt Attornley lesukwitl, t and Iby the ollHi!llt of Unlitedl M ltesi Dii. trict ,lndge Illlhings id )Distr'ir t Attol'r U..v I$iLcy,y Mr. HIayes' Ilapihtee, "ont(II tinitil iilleltlnitely." 'rlhle ole,'riltins of Iheo New...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 August 1880

-. 1 .TRI.WEERLY. -. A . p $+Z , Fux.i:. P e Z. _a__r__ OFFXCI&L 5OU3NALo 0o THE PAR.BH AND CTY# VOL. 2. ' BA'~TON 'ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY; AUGUST 21, 1880. t P T' v1(I m. :_? ATTORNEYS. $ NV. P( I'E, .' tiii rnt .tYr I. 41 an4 SNPotary PIublicI, fot Aliti. «º"st Baton Ilipýi. 1.11. $p44ial uattentiill naL to\%: thp clol feetimi~l of rlc191Itlrtt , tltltllg t('rctilllcIllv11111(.1. ('O)11 · In 14miol,, and tip 111 other t.IlattI l-s requiring the111( . Iltnt ion ft all Xt iriwi or Xotilry in ti. JlluliMl Ali W .~1 Baton Rouge. \ sl CIrC4 v W3l IT . LANG), A~rrohINIY M'D CoLNtimmtlo I t At Law, IHonallrson vi If, La. Will Jirac teen in all the c:ouirts i" the Stat4 of LOluisiana. 1-1( )S. B J. DtTI111- E, A.Irr.uLSP. I and Copuuwlor at L.aw. OHlte-?Ja. (,,Pike'n IRow, 1*4)1 lRouge. La. Will practih, In titA. atia iind FetdiraloCorts. II.RRON O& 14 EALE, 'ºn ?Ilrttli l;IIlll.VVa'º1 (Itlcet, 114.1" the port otticc· Illlon Rouge~,, LaN. Will a ittend l tllii awIic p'IcNp I'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 August 1880

iin speaking of a person's faults, Pray don'. forget your own. Iteembuler those with hopmes of glass, Should noever throw a it ne; If we havo nothlth else 4 do But talk Of t!bi who iiu, "ris~etter we cominennat home, And from that point begin. We have no right to ,judge a man, - Until bei' fairly tried, Shonrld we not like !his company, We know the world is wide. Some may have faults. and who have not ? The old as well as young; Perhaps.we ainy, for all we know, iHave fifty to their one. I'll tell yoS of a better plan, And lind) it works full well, 'IT, try our own defects to cnre, Blfore of others tell. Anli though 1 sometimes hope to be Not wolse than some I know, fMy own short.comings bill ie let ht The Ifaults of others go. 1 Then let us all. whien we leenmettce To slander friend or tfe', Think of the haren one word ml ay be 'lTo those who little klnow : Itcmemhber, et'e ses frequnitly, Iike chickens, roest at home: Doni't h eps akli of ,,the;s a tlts m.il ,'miive 'itrid to se...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 August 1880

GREENBACKISM. he g l:uil! · It tritt* tl it' l sly aught l lt llltrucl, a1114 (( EIDIPtI gI4l iy t"1'4'I anti 44 IotIei'r if 1144 $.('1.1' ili1 14 gf':tl ill' n :uIt 'IitI' iii'it ~T('sti4 neiiiil anu lis' ti-) ' i r'4it4I''.i tilt'l rro t144X 4in t44 ii 4'lbt ll'of truth, a1111tiji n1'iil grP' at Ii'~I1~ ti 4 *1.44'4~1 .11441 11' ~~il~i~ C.li 1ii' I til. t l' nll4'itp r ' o t.1 il11' 1.11 114)1 , i.pltim i'tl i4 :the '.41 4 ' 444 14!. 'n I 1121 . hll y' t4('1t((t44'1', jti'ct, :iiiii 1144441il:1t4' tlt' ('44 144'" rp'aliz' : Vi. tIhi1e 1 1"'lipt t'' 1 llt,14e 1 ii'k il 't4)r 01.4 :1,1 1114 I n !ot' ' It 14:44 1t 444 n r il 1.4111th' tilt' Itiu' inl 41111' 1"I P4'l1 ':', t )H lf' II' p1o '1a'trlr itl IllM :)1 4'.of .1'1 . 1r4 'a4Ili l.4. ' 't '' \\4 ' I 11:4V' 1t p".t (m1 11hl rtcl;iiitt Iti'lpi liii' til 4l 144 1tt :'i I1k1' t." 4or 1.191" In' ' irllrlll ci i1~ tlll, l, W"11l~ ll~ Sti4ll :11' 'lil l' .1!:1111'$ill ' l iii ti414 i4. g'kl I Zulu i'i l ' ~5t:t1 , :444 1 19 1 llv4tl4'4...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 August 1880

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 August 1880

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 August 1880

'CAUGHT IN A QUICKSAND saw Unuun ur sup ~---andsa perk: It it now ruite a numberof years since Ipr two old hunters, Book Stradia and Tom I to Snuflle, were hunting with me in the and', western part of Texas, just south ot' the heade famous ýlano Esta o. e,lbead gone ed into thetaterior meorefi or4.han any thing else, ecaring very little whether we c_ aecured moregame than answered for our 0 immediate w.ants or not. Penetrating still further and further toward the Mexican dlominion, we flq , struck a barren, parched couutry,F which we ente'ed with some hesitation., I 'This looks :as though we shin't findd any water,' I remarked, as we reined up fee had our horses an, took a survey of the aril chdi plain. 'Does loo:, rather skeery,' replied 1); Stradling, taking his short, lblack pipe from his mnouth, 'but 1 guess we'll try it , tig It'll make a sort of variety to this eter- t W 1 Sal trampinO; 1 'jlnt will wt: do wite mjt-waert' i a 1suked................ 'Why, you see, there is wate...

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