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Page 7 [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 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 August 1880

STATE NEWS; Al The Gretna Courier says that on Sat- H urlay night August 7th, 1880, at about Jt midnight an alarm of fire was sounded, A1 and in 1 hour and 30 minutes time the dc large cooperage of J. H. Harvey includ- ON ing an engine and other machinery as in totally destroyed. co Gretna Courier: In two weeks from ce this date, the whistle on the first train bý of cars between Houston and New Or- af leans will be heard in our village. Wont tb it be a great sight to stand on our Broad- tr way--Corpernieus Avenue-and look til upon those jolly Texans as they pass by? cl Wont it!!! Shreveport Times: Deputy Sheriff J. G C. Elstner returned from Dallas recently Pc with George Bowie, a colored fugitive from justice who has some half-dozen re aliases,who had been arrested and held in ai that city. George is a lively, cuss and has va a decided penchant for cows. There are ne several indictments against him in this en parish for cow stealing. ric St. Landry Democrat: Contrary to our te expe...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 August 1880

C· I 4. 4 _ _ rolice W , f s L ~ s " 3 v n . T u r l l h e r .(WsI 0 hAk , VUr2 Itf lt, T H E P A R I S H A N D 0 I Y VOL. 2. ýý' f '1'N R GE, LOIJISIANA., TUESDAY, AUGUIST 24, 1880. RIw, hittitt ol'c ll~tltii It~() (IA illl jti~lll i. 1 I ttIIII lii Iif i~~r Il~lo N & IgICALE, it. M-c. h~iitt.......T. U.lIT~~: Jiiettta.r III~ W &l~lr'l. li. M rl. UQ fiJER--N~h l, jlt.' .Iili. A I ttiteyei, litlc~r 4~c 'eitttletehtmtt itt hii1i ~, I ti~~r l In ttttl Neuitryl J'tihehle, fit((I ft)c~,rti ilietige. LI it 'AlI 1)1 Hl("I'( iiY. W \1. (; A Ul I(;, ieciceeeling icuel Vccecleisnile ,111 gciccw' e l Ncteittcbceat, purchaslnlc g andl eel~lcF lionca g1ent, Frccct csttclc A N IIR MS V .1 A C lS IiN , ( eel C t eo n 1 3 £ n clcelei int gieoceriee andtplajcnnatlionc sucppcies. ccorl Iceccl ceellec eol Mai n elet 'll ii eelreets. N IUI ,!cS WVA X, ielcel"3+alc ed reliil gte I erl. delel intl suppecceclitet ceccelices. flee teell andl dlIuiple' ZI eeeS ices, tirins, liqlucors', crockertye ,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 August 1880

0.1m ' ýCriý1 ( $il .1 0lillur ------- ---~.ºAKTT>;N 'ISK I,~~^ -U-I EC~ld s ]iu+I a M Mnnýýor. BATON ir , WtjrJc~f M,1 A90·IT National Democratic Ticket, l,"{0,1 I'IISCI)EN'I', T K ti tI 0 4''4 0 11I MI5 .E 111 FO1 IL rll .IDv Nll I, i. Ofl' 4utIMylva~n. jet II I0 O VI('I, II' 1 I)EIN'I', WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, 01, INDI)tANA. j (I hit FO]L (')N tiltES,, , HON. E. W. ROBEATSON, Dt I'En+t IhoI n ItMuiu'. 1 BATON ROUGE, Fhu.jNi I'Ial''il, I 'itii thuI )'tmuuuuIiut ?Iuu I hunt it 1Vnltllrltnn, 1,'Iiici;tun Menlinrcl, N;+t" ()1·I;,aun 1)t'tturautu.. (I. g'uuunIuuut;J (iuz',(.uI', A tliii CIti I Indlu uttututu i , I uu'IuI uuttn iu' nnrint. e' viujut' Ila It Time"tu, NolltII I I tuunniittiu Itutti iuul, litt .an Ctyt(13 JxuuuIuw, 1 luurvhliuu $uuul I, tluhguuu 1i~i ,)guub"in,Iht J,uuhnu I lhtttrtuu Irlt'I, In I'.. oi lug A uIt utlinit, I'oituttluI 'uuupu'u IugcuuuuI Iithlulutu 1e',tuuuu, ?1u i dellu I)cttuu,~utl. nII );uupuuuuIuu ugutiu uhnntl I iutulmluuuuut" Tl'e New'~ ( )ielea houlnd...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 August 1880

LOCAL MýTTERS. The .J (*.~s Mfo ir! iin'th wlt14 iiu tiflt-' Iluui ' iiift1 44l. SlitlI I 'lWijil '.u1 enjoy Igo hea1lth saitd spirits, thi, hlCori4 5 ig 1iliilll~elbt t1 o'lt I141 441t'. ' alort'oe 1tih1'in : t hitof 9f m`W4 (:.e,'rs p ~i.Ntbts l s iio.ll airill theit r liii' n,1 ag 'I el t l ?4 il't'hI. N heit titll`ost ex'el oeinl g t the winli hiM -111.l D1r. .1. GI . i htt iti', j iir4N'4144'M 1 8 th'In urtnli lItMIn l o iths k il ·.hin int l ill u -hu tt tIon fll nt Iie c all jest W. --Il l his Siat. itl of II I ~l V iln l' 1 I'. , ndll$' Ii li4i V' tliniu ",.baitll I trel' g ai t' kinl i 4 81 . l t y mmigettti'. h ut Iiii thiit~r`tt g ai V i 114 urtor Vihiling. g1irl 11 4 11' 11 tIei5141 g fl'4'lk of111 1 - from t rtutliag . I''tnk won, ir,, t4n' 111441 rpied th4'kie1 441that . holy, f1t i lll Ilil 14t1 ' tl ii slii' of tiln lli lctill to. 411' rt 4i 1'. i iiit rW'i t 'ltlllgi 9 cilin to-day'g th eurdi n ·i ite 'i'o 1 ito i 'itle i 4Iii It f1ull4 t'144 let t t1eac1hI er, 11Wh...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 August 1880

1101e O AMeOy. A ICR CANAL EPISO)DE IN WHICHI TIIIS SWEIlT-5CENTED RA0I AL IS TIHE PROMINENT FIGURE. N. O. City Item. For many years the Casnerous have been so completely masters of P'ennsyl vanis that more than once the prolojsi tion has been made to abandon the old Quaker name in which the State once gloriad and change it to Cameronia. But it was not always thus. The owel of the Camerols by nIo means gode to the time whereof the menmory of ti runleth not to the contrary; for in I J 2 younger days Old Simon had to strugglb against dilmculties, and curiously enough his first start in fortune was made here in New Orleans. It happened after this fashion. About the year It30 the Canal and Banking Company of this city was ushered into existence for the purpose principally of construct ing what has since been known as the New Canal. After due advertisement prospective contractors came hither front all quarters and eventually Cameron be came the high contracting party of the second part. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 August 1880

aa ii a .r'. L.~ Le3'7EM8 ' Editor.ex OFFICIAL JOURNAIL OF THE PARISH, AND CITY.t,. '` 6o VOL. 2. __ BATON ROUGE, LOUISAN, THURSDAY, AUUS ,26 1ý88O,, ATTORIEYS. C4 TV. I' 1)PE, ArT oIlNEYr A ILAW and LJ* otaly I'Public, I'orll Alleu, West Batonl Rolg , La. S.pe''i;al attention given to thle rol leItioll of llrollnts, taiking testimollv under canu mission. and to all other n a tters requiruig the attentioti of atn :ttorneyv otl Nnotary in the parish of 'West Baton lioulge. npr.l4 v~2nl3 H S. LAN(G, At h'IiNaY ANt) COUNbFht.ot " At Law, Donaldslnlliltle, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of tht State of Louisiana. rl HII )S. H. DUI REEi, ArroILvEr I and Coilielor at Law. Otjlice--No. ti, PikeI Row, Baton Rou-', La. iVill practice in the .;tatte andll FeeralCouirts. IE RRON 'BEALE, I 'lA'tiRNr Y andt COUNu sLOts AT LAw. Offico on North ioulevard street;, nelar the post otlice, Baton Rongo, La. Will attend to all law bushi iems etntrUsted to them i1 titiis ind adjoining parishes. i ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 August 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business lManager. BATON ROUGE, AUGUST 26, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE'lPRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGtRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton onge. For tho 'lreHs Convention to bo hold Oc. 4th, at BATON ROUGE, nugar P'lantro, I'atriot-Democrat, 8iUthernl Walhllr anm, Fieliciann SenLinel, New Orleans Democrat, iGreeniaburg Gazotte, Anmite City Indepoeunent, Gretna U(oarlor, Shreveport Daily Times, North Louiitana Journal, Morgan City le loew, Ibervillo Houth, ]Marksville Bulletin, Lake Charles Echo, Laityeotto Advertsleier, I'nPlte Coupon letcord, Itichehland lloacon, Alin den lemocrat, Opelomlnae Democrat, D)onaldson.. ville Chaie, Morehllono Clarion, St. lernard itagle-Total, 22. Kansas girls walk sevetn rmiles bare footed t to trade I dozen eggs at t country store for a spool of thread. Nothing stuck up ablout girls who aire cut out for No. I wives. WIhat i pity that ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 August 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. l'h1' flien l t1l1i4 ' in thl world in tll' MIonte lit hers. I'l tt 1ry il; 4 hal 14o11l1, of 1lollly, 1.4o i'hi, h .i 1r vallo it y givtI ' I' IITr' '1tir'y. I yout wish to.lli'i  ntaivigood h1. h l' l.pirt.i , rill (' o lual's 1 lh lwlli .r hnl 1h1'd Ib,0.r. oI;I\l ) i l t. IIo'i'y (1luh4 l,( of lh(. ol f ig mifillll'(it, i .l1.ry I hat 1)r. tl'4 4~l 1er d4 hill 1 141t. 1 "What dill t ih I'ggritllIs g i',,1 4 to I his con try(' l lo n.k'" l 4 1 1 1 . i ui 4;>4ll 1'h11,'. 11,ahllr 1' hit* ,h' uisl . "'1I' wOrl hi ill its ti(1 ' 1ii' t :ilii1, ' 1 1 1 41 ( li1i ' I 1/01 h ', a i l,, n r Jl'A e' l I I lip (' 1 1, I' ih t.lh i.i WI e jil ll.o 1, 4 iti I. li llR ' I lI llly 1l ill cI ,l,,lli'n ai l li lrt' ,int - h'l--11114' Is 'itcy 4 ' 1.1i,,tl., x ,,iltII,4t. ily 1;1I, t 4 ho. "I think I'll n) i tcros .ih1, li i.hl," said 11. .ly 11ll', W' ho4i 1 w1 visiting her .coso try ,.cons'ill--"l hl 1 l4', th '1 . r 4l tllllling,' " ,hr..Ild :)11 .11 ,. 'wh oh1' n rl'ves...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 August 1880

THE RANCE BROTHERS. Their Appearance in Court and in Prison-A Slhort Sketch. The New Orleans I)emourat gives the following in regard to the Do lRance Ilbothers, who,, it will be rememblered, jtrdleril El'dwiilt C. Mix, of that city, onei dlay last week. They believed Mix guilty of having seduced their sister, and while intlalled with revengeful l)pauillim, took his life ini It cold and lloodllthirsty manner. ubsequell t deo veloplmnlelttt neem to intdicate that Mix wits innocent, 90110e s1eralbic scoundrel having, it is saidl, astsued his name to aictolllpulimh it ciruel wrong without tdll ger of puniMhinit. The I)elnoerat anIys : After eighteen hours of ialguish land terror in a cell in tlhe ifth precinct sta tion, thel three accused, wearing aI care awxor'n :ald haggaird look, appeared yes terday Iotore Jl.udge Miltenherger, to be airraigned for the imurder of Mix. They aill ipleaded not guilty, iand woer escorted by Capt. Zac lih Ihclientin aid Court ofti ler Kathluln to It car...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 August 1880

TRI.iWEEKLY. OL A. B SUher. OFFrICIAL JOT RAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY. S 10 O: VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1880. NO. ATTORNEYS. (14 . IOPII+E, .'ArrolncL .vr LAW a;nd ' ." otary Public, Port Albn, West lbaton liouge, Ia1. 'Slerial attenition givenl to th( (.l 'l'etin(l ofl amountsll , takinlg teslltimolllllly lllundetr (')nl missi)n, and to all other mlatters relquiring the ittenitiu of all Attorney or Notary in the plrish of West Breton buags. apr24 v4l03 H . L ANG, A'rroir"E AND CoLtNSEiLO H* At Law, Doualdsonville, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. r (HO() . 13. DUPREE, ATrTO1NEY and Counselor at Law. Oltt}le-No, (. Pike's Row, JLathn Rouge. La. Will' practice in the State and Federal Courts. I TERRON & BEALE, '1 AmfOItNEYS alld COtNEIAI8 AT L.AW. Office on North Boulevard street, nealr the post office, IBaton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi. tems entrusted to them in this and adjoining plarishes. A. S. Herron.....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 August 1880

THE RANCE BROTHERS. Their Appearance in Court and in Prison-A Short Sketch. The New Orleans Democrat gives the following in regard to the De Rance Birothers, who, it will be renembered, murdlered Edwin C. Mix, of that city, one day last week. They believed Mix guilty of having seduced their sister, and while inflamed with revengeful ]aSSionIS, took his lito in a cold and hloodthirsty manner. Subsequent de velpmnll ts sctm1 to illiieate that Mix was iiu loent. soime minserable scounldrel having, it is S.aid, assned his nmie to ': tnlii.sMl a cre1iai \vrong without dan g;(,r of 1uilSlhmnet. Tl'he Denlorat Atfter eigteea houlrs of autiiMsh and t,o:',r in a cell in the fifth lprc':inct stl tion;, thie three acuisedi, wearing a ar'e w.-::. :and haggard hook, ai)atred yes terdavy befotre ., Ige Muiltenlherger, to be arrai;gued tfol the murder of Mix. They all pleaded nut guilty, an1ad were escorted by Capt. Zah li aclhemuin and Court offi eer Kathman to a carr'iage: in waiting, and drive...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 August 1880

SIMON OAMEBON. A RICH C'ANAL EPI'OIDE IN, WIHICHI TillS SWEE'T--SCENTED RADICAL 1S TIlE PROMINENT FIGIURE. N. O. City Item. For many years the Camerons have been so completely masters of Pennsyl vania that more than once the proposi tion has been made to ablndon the old quaker name in which the State once gloried and change it to Cameroiia. But it was not always thus. The power of the Camerons by no means goes back to the time whereof the xtiemory of man runneth not to the contrary ; for in his younger days Old Simon had to struggle against difficulties, and curiously enough his first start ini fortune was made here in New Orleans. It happened after this fashion. About the year fih30 the Canal and Banking Company of this city was ushered into exiTenCee for the purpose principally of counstrnot ing what has since been known as the New Canal. After doei advertisenment prospective contractors camne hither from all quarters and eventu:ally Cameron he maIne' the high contracting pIarty o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 August 1880

LEON JIAiTREMSKI, In1 ECditor and Buiinesw MAnBger. tilt B t g BATON ROlTl,, AUGUST 2H, 1880, gee National Democratic Ticket. t) FOR lt 'ItESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Oft I~eslvIbylvanla. FOR V IlCEI PlE$II)T.' I,'T WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, H OF INDIANA. 1ti' FOlt CO(NORESM, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, 2 Of IaSt Alton itongo.. lFor thUe 'rass Convention to be hold OUt. 4th, at BATON ROUGE, Hugar I'lantor, P'ntriotD)omosrat, Sonthern Wathnhman, Fellclana Sentinel, New OrleantN Dermorat, firehensbur Gazette, Amnit City l3deopoenaot, Girltna Coutlor,. $hrovoport Daily Tilion, North Lonlaniaa ,Jourual, Morgan City tovliow, Thervllio South, MaLrkavill IBulletin, LakI CLarles Echo, Isaayotto Adt 'rtiair, Politou ('cupon Record, Itichladll lecacon, Mim. den Democrat, Opelounas I olnocrat, i)onaldlsonl. .ville Chief, IMore,hoio, ('lario, St. 1ltrtnardi aglio--Totil, "1. Kansas girls walk seven miles bate footed to trade a dozen eggs at a country store for a spool of thread. Nothing stuck up about girls ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 August 1880

Ic LOCAL MATTERS. R Itl uesdaq's tdiion. ri The finest tonic in the world is the 8, Home Bitters. ft Flattery is a bad sort (f money, to which our vanity gives currency. it If you wish to enjoy gooill health and P spirits, drink Conrad's BIidweiscr bot- C tied beer. Monroe Bulletin: Outi of 99 news- p papers published in Lotdsiana, the n Baton Rouge CA'rrrouA.N has the dis tinction of being the only tri-weekly. t Mr. .J. G. McGuirt wai in our office B Baturday, with the plea ing informa- tl Lion that he had just sold his first bale c] of cotton, Mr. Andrew . acksou being e the purchaser. u ''Shall I help you to alight," said I young gentleman, addressing a bouncing t country girl who was prelprinug to jump f from a carriage. '"Thailk you, sir," ' sweetly replied the yoinsg lady, "lint P I don't smoke." 0 Mr. R. D). Wilson aunonuces in to-day's e CA'ITrLIAN that his s860ho1 will open o f; the 6th day of September. lie is a most ii excellent teacher, while his assistant, 1, Mrs. Harlb...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 August 1880

.ABOT' KIN.IXlO. Little child, when twilight shados Closo the western gates of gold, 'Then those loving arms of miothers Tendlerly about thee fold. Over lip, and cheek, and foroead, Like a shower caresses fall, For ai mother's kiss at twilight Is the sweetest kiss of all. Pretty maiden at the gateway, Shy, sweet face and dowlceast eye, Two white, trembling hands i mpriioned, How the golden monient tiles! Lips that sufely press thl forehead, All the rosy blushes call; For a lover's kiss at twilight Is the fondest kiss of all. Hlappy wife, thy noble husban,!, More than halt a lover yet For those sunny hours of wooing Are too sweet soon to forget- - On thy smiling lil. uplifted, t Full of love hisl kisses fall. For a husband's kiss at parting Is the dearest kiss of all, t' Weary mother, little children With their dimpled hands so fair, I'asing over cheek and forehead, Southe away all the paiin and care; Lead your doubting heart to li.vern, Where no dreary shadows fall, For the kiss o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 August 1880

A STERLING OLD POJrf. ha f(Published by Requestof Eugene Heck.] fat Who shall judge man from his manners ? ha Who shall know him by his dress 1 i h Paupers may be fit for princes, : th Princes it for something less. o Crumpled shirt and dirty jacket ' May beclothe the golden ore; an Of the deepest thoughts and feelings- an Satin vest can do no more. ba There are streams of crystal nectar Ever flowing out of stone; tel There are purple beds and golden, th Hidden, crushed and overthrown. God, who counts by souls, not dresses, Loves and prospers you and me, t While he values thrones the highst t But as pebbles in the sea. e tu Man upraised above his fellows, I Oft forgets his fellows then; l Masters-rulers-lords, remember an That your ,meanest hinds are m=n: hi: Men of labor, men of feeling, ho Men of thoughts, and men of fime, ab Claiming equal rights to sunshin 101 In a muan's ennobling name. o There are foam.embroidered oceaHs, There are little wood.clad rills: la Thereare feeble i...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 August 1880

THE PRESS C001VENTION. The Baton Rouge CAPITOLIAN bus The I nominated Brother Hyams as temuolary the foul chairman of the proposed editorial con- tion are vention. The Sentinel supports the J. Cunil nomination, and as .the press of the tion me State is almost unanimous in the opin- teniber. ion that Raton Rouge is the best place A din to hold said convention, we further sug- sue and gest that he be authorized to call the at an et for Monday, September 29th, at the place New ( mentioued.-Feliciana Sentinel. occupal Our Baton Rouge contemporiaries can parish a put the Chief down on the list of papers of each favorable to the holding of a press con- climate vention at the Highland City on the first inshof Monday of October-DonaleonvilleChief. 0let Some years ago we were foremost in womathe advocating a Convention of the Press wassl of Louisiana, and to that end named a Press Committee of the New Orleanse alegrt press, the Times Democrat and Bee, we think, whose duty it was to call a St...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 August 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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