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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 January 1881

w . A . L e mU m IT 1I, P ub lsh er o o 1 1 a l o u r T a l o f t h e C i t y a n c d. 3j ` 9 5 .2 .I..,AdTREMMKl, Editor. VOL.2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20 181 il ll l l m i l l la l al l li l I I I I II I I I I I I II - I I I I II -- .,,, I I[ II I[. ! I [ Il_ ! .! ATTORNEYS. . .I; IRD A'bVonY Al LAw. Will * attend promptly to all huslniss intrntedl to him. O()tce on Convention street, between 'Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. , W. iO~--EP , A.rrolratty A? LAW and 1 Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Iouge, LI. Special attlntki givenl to the cul hct lon of accIunts, taking testlloliy under com. mniston, and to all other matters r.,qlirngt the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish Of West Baton Rouge. tap,1I V'nl3 .H W.LA ( , AroaIISAY AN COUnIsLtao SAtL Law, Donaldsonvllhe, La. Will proo. tic in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. lHOLs. B. DUPREI, Ahrroasg 1 and Conseolor at Law. Ofrfe-No. 6, Pike's liow, Iaton looni, La. Will pra...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 January 1881

LEON JfIlTRSI r ..4 0.....h JItot W. A. LeSWEORV ......: ....IiPubIshe. BATON ROUGE, JAN. 20, 1881, An Anti-Jewish paper is to be founded in Berlin. The New York Democrats will vote fobr Senator Kernan. The Greeks have decided to pur Ithase a number of cruisers. Twenty-two stores were burned in a conflagration that occurred recent ly at Durham N. C. Billy Leory a famous stage rob her of Colorado was bagged at Den ver on the 15th. In two sorties made by the En glish from Pretoria, they were repuls ed each tune by the Boers, E.. Minor, a banker of Frederick burg Va., disappeared, leaving de positors in a frenzy of excitement. A serious conflagation occurred at Mobile on the night of the 16th. At one time eleven stores were in flames, The Texas and St. Louis Narrow Nar'row Gauge Railroad has reached Corsianca, 203 miles beyond Texarka na. The discussion over the bill looking to an issue of 34 per cent interest bearing bonds is still going on in the H ouse of Congress. Sitting Bull and ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 January 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. See notice of oraage trees for sale in another column. "Forbearanoehas ceased to be a vir tue" with almost every one, and the blamed weather is the cause. Rain, rain, raial %h will do the swearing ? We're too full for utterance. J. R. Flores, a Mexican in the employ of two Texas drovers, was shot Tuesday night on the Perkin's plantation, near this place. Circumstances combined to point out Jake Shields as theguilty par ty, add he was arrested and confined in jail. We have been unable to learn the particulars. Michael Chambers, the amiable Sta tioner, Bookseller and 'News Dealer, n'er tires in doing favors to the news paper men. We are indebted to him for many copies of interesting papers. To the general public he is very much the same, and we know of no one more de. serving of patronage. We had alntost determined not to speak about the weather, whose normal tpte has, been generally bad and fre qgiehtly Worse, for nearly ninety coneec tive days. It was worse on Tuesda...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 January 1881

A HAT LINI1NG, r In 1840 Tipton, a small but iotori- le ously wicked town in Stiffordshire, a( England, was the scene of a myste- w rious crime. In the .straggling out- T skirts stood a large, old-fahioned tli dwelling, almost surrounded with M trees. A short averue led to the front, and fifty yards to the right ran sc a lane leading down to an old mine 1P long disused. On the side next the a dwelling was a heavy growth of trees, of shut off from the lane by a high stone w wall, in which was a strong oaken door leading to the rear of the house. w There was a similar growth of trees in on the other side of the dwelling, extending for perhaps half a mile to " the left and far away down into the th valley in the rear. Immediately be hind the house was a vegetable gar- te den, and the usual outbuildings were as situated between the house and the se garden. Back of the garden trees extended, the house looking as though m it had been built in a spot cleared at away from the forest. th For...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 January 1881

t .. ·? [74;· ~ W. : A.ý n 'M+ý", ý ý'.: .ý r" .. f ý) 4tV. f. 4iý<', 'ý..9 s 4,j m,.' ` ' * ' I u n It~ II' 1 lt', W. A. LeSUEUR, Publisher Official TOUrn1 Of the. city' L. JASTREMSKI, Editor. voL.2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1818 VOL. 2, 5. t~ · sATTORNETS. C C. 1IRD, AtroemN At LAW.. WU1 , sf1it4 romntlPy t all business intralted to him, Oce on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. C1 W. POPSE, Arrouaxr AT LAW and "J* Notary Publit, Port Allen, West Baton Ruge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of accounts, taking testimony under com. misMion, and to all other pmatters reqiuiig the attention of an Attorney or Notry in the pr of West Baton Rouge. ,apr4 v*l ' jr i LANG, ATroRnRr AND CousstosR o At tLaw, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. t!ce in all the courts of the State of LoousLans. THO8t. B. DUPREE, Arroner - and Counselor at Law. Oee-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the .,te and Federa Cou...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 January 1881

A WASHERWOMAN'S CHiD. A Jittle swiss muslin apron, with ruf 11ie, pockets and ribbons, is a very soe ductive thing, even when tossed with artless eareloensess upon the fancy table fit alcharity fair; but who can paint its magic power upon an unwary youth when itts fluttering ribbou8 span a slen der dainty waint and the pinik-tipped lingers of two plump little iands play at hidle-alld-sek i in its apologies for p0,ke'ts ? ( oIhld a Mortal otan help stopping to ?speak to ''l'ii Bluair, las 1ho stood( he hiltl the great oblltll of altographs, allert nllli ready to register subscriptions its CIst as tI ley 'w ere secured I It innlSt ha\'veo b1eel tin apron that lalde e11r so radianutly charming, for no other table uillto slloh It stoppage in the hiu of tr iavel,, alt lough the hall was lined wilth tables, tulepleland stands, covered with Ihatils for the charitable, and Ipre nidled over by the beauty and fashion of Ottport Weekly, anl if a newspaper is Ilot to be believed, then what is ?...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 January 1881

__ '' " See notice qf oango trees for sale in another oolnutn. "IForbetance has ceased to be a vir tn(" with almost every one, and the bladied sather is the cause. Rain, rain, rain! Who will do the swearing i We're too faull for utterance. J. R. Flores, a Mexican in the employ, of two Texas drovers, was shot Tuesday night on the Perkin's plantation, near this place. Circumstances combined to point out Jake Shields as the guilty par ty, and he was arrested and confined in ,jail. We have been unable to learn the particulars. Michael Chambers, the amiable Sta tioner, Bookseller and News Dealer, never tires in doing favors to the news. paper men. We are indebted to him for many copies of interesting papers. To the general public he is very much the same, and we know of no one more de serving of patronage. We had almost determined not to speak about the weather, whose normal state has been generally bad and fre ,luently worse, for nearly ninety consec tive days. It was worse on Tuesday ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 January 1881

LEON JASTREMBRI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, JAN. 22. 1881. COL. JOHNSTON'S ORDERI. For the information of parents and the public generally, we publish be low, the admirable order, which Col. Johnston, issued previnus to his de parture, on the leave granted him by the Board of Supervisors, for the pur pose of enabling him to arrange his afflirs with a view of taking up, per manently, his residence here, as the President of the Louisiana University. It will be observed that Col. John ston means, seriously, to apply him-. self to the task of educating the youths who have been, and will, doubtless in great numbers, soon be confided to his care. A thorough system of inst :uction has been organized and the earnest work of educating the cadets is pro 'gressing in the most satisfactory man ner. The people generally will applaud Col. Johnston and endorse the views which are embodied in the measures he has adopted for the guidance of the Institution. We do not hesitate in predi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 January 1881

CriA'hl 4rapitTlian LOCAL MATTERS. S Noew Sherif Sales in this isesue. Certificates from different parties ap pear in another column, which may prove to be of immense interest to the general public. Hunt them up and -read carefully. Samuel H. Irwin, of Ute Creek, Col fax Co., New Mexico, says:-If my wife t I would quit work as she should at her age(6) she would live years, a mona ment to the magic influence of the "Only Lung Pad.", a We learn that, on Sunday evening last, a barge belonging to Wood, Wid ney & Co., which was laden with 2200c barrels of sand, the property of Messrs. Stuart, Widney and Randolph, was "1 taught in a swell on the river, at a point th 1some thirteen miles above this oity, se and sunk. fo IHAnHFULL-A great many people are of annoyed by a constant aversion to so- th ciety and a conscious sense of bashful ness. All this is the resnl, of nervous o 'disorders, which may be lpeedily alle- it viated by the use of Dr. Flagg's Liver en Pad, which caures without ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 January 1881

LEON JASTEI IKI E........... Editor W. A. leSllUE .. ....Publisher BATON ROUGE, JAN. 22. 1881. An Anti-Jewish paper is to be to h founded in Berlin. mat o,. - -OWn The New York Democrats will vote Isle for Senator Kernan. Brit The Greeks have decided to pur- T chase a number of cruisers. imp -- -- to Twenty-two stores were burned in drat a conflagration that occurred recent- thri ly at Durham N. C. ' tion - ._140 -._- bret Billy Leory a famous stage rob ber of Colorado was bagged at Den- coa. ver on the 15th. I1 ...... , this In two sorties made by the En- bra glish from Pretoria, they were repuls- to t ed each time by the Boers. pre -- Nal E. Minor, a banker of Frederick- feel burg Va., disappeared, leaving de- gle positors in a frenzy of excitement. lea leal A serious conflagation occurred at of'( Mobile on the night of the 16th. At I one time eleven stores were in flames. has - -- ---- the The Texas and St. Louis Narrow fat] Nar.ow Gauge Railroad has reached bui Corsianca, 203 mi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 January 1881

A HAT LINING. a In 1840 Tipton, a small but notori- 14 'usly wicked town in Staffordshire, a Ingland, was the scene of a myste- t ious crime. In the straggling out- T kirts stood a large, old-fashioned tl swelling, almost surrounded with Y roes. A short avenue led to the Font, and fifty yards to the right ran AC lane leading down to an old mine y4 Ong disused. On the side next the at .welling was a heavy growth of trees, of hut off from the lane by a high stone W iall, in which was a strong oaken 'oor leading to the rear of the house. W4 'here wºps a similar growth of trees is a the other side of the dwelling, xtending for perhaps half a mile to "I he left and far away down into the th, alley in the rear. Immediately be Ind the house was a vegetable gar- tel on, and the usual outbuildings were as ituated between the house and the set arden. Back of the garden trees %tended, the house looking as though mi Shad been built in a spot cleared afi way from the forest. th< For many gene...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 January 1881

'TIE PARIWNI HDEIBT ~ETtLEMENT We publish below the propositions and counter propositions of the special committee of the Police Jury and of the principal creditors, with regard to an amicable adjustment of lthe back indcbtedness. o0 the parish. A great portion of that debt was ineurre'd during the profligate reign tof tlhe carpet-baggers and the other would surely have been cancelled long ago, had the Davis and the Un derwoods applied the money levied f'rnt the people to that and other legiti umattt purpo,,es. The question that now stands be lore us is simply as to the ability of Ihe parish to pay this debt of $100, 11t ? \Ve are sure that every reason able maul will agree with use In an swering that it cannot tlo it. T'he prettiest woman in the world can not give more than she possesses. The I'arish of East Baton Rouge, is e.xactly in the same position. What the Police Jury and the creditors must agree to do, is to ar rive at the exact amount of liabilities that the Parish can be...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 January 1881

.4'A: * -. __ _± : ý:, VOL.2 BATO RiJ6 0 I __r·rI~~ f f .. _.r .. .. 9+. wr ..,...... e... W . .ý M'Mr m v. .iGl ý / ý ,_ f rf !'ý .fý I': 'ý,'!II t ýi; ý ý t ' ý .f 'ýi.'t r ýýýý ýa }}ý ý r" " ý,r a ýº ý , l 1 h ý r ý r r j T I iT ý ATTORWZIY. Au C. C. BIRnnDd ýy e`ea * ttend rp to h. Qmoe on onento street, between Third ad Church streets, S Rouge, La. C W . POD ,PA r AT LAw and C. otay Public Port Allan, West atg SRoInn, La. Bvtl l r lection of aicMl tf, t o 'tltfYUINIWVUl fl' aleiaon, and to all other matter. requiting the Mtention of an Attorney or No ý Of Welt anton Rouge. n * ie in a the ort of the State of Lolta. rWHOM H.H. I tUP b, Aoba*srv 1 and Connselor at Law. ttio--No. 6, Pike's to Qts. Will pr~etie In the Hu RRON & BIEALE, 171 AI@3U? d1o03 AIU LA. 0N0 on North Boulevard street, near the poet ofice, elmLt iiwe, La. Will attqnd to flh1,bull. *nA e ted to them emMtbinda an lnTh parishes. All. *.ý-, ..... D. ale A ýy ,t ýl~dlta~rd. treeBaton e La. Ill attend to all law...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 January 1881

zri etll Qtapitoian LEON JAaT TR L""."***Editore W. A. ILeAUEl* ....**.. ubs..'biher BATON ROUGE, JAN. 25, 1881. ON TO CLINTON. publi heart An Interview With Col. Wheeloek. to bi On Saturday last, at 9D o'clock, A. may ,i., by appointment, Gov. Wiltz, Col. Li Wheelock and Mayor Jastremski, met i at the o1lce of the N. 0. Pacific Rail- riva road, in New Orleans. Gor. Wiltz, som fsc after expressing his earnest desire to of a *do everything in his power to en- tas courage the establishment of railways has and other enterprises looking to the men development of the resources of the hos State, and describing the very great .aeed of giving the people regular and eWhts easy communication with their Capi- Wh tal-asked of Col. Wheelock that he co ho: kind enough to state what definite arrangements his company had made gi looking to that desirable end. Col. Wheelock replied that the company fort had purchased the Donaldsonville road, which they intended to extend along the west side of the M...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 January 1881

xzý .eth Q a tolxania LOCAL MATTERS. We are happy be see that Prof. Lip pard has recovered from his recent se vere illness, and is once again promena ding our streets. The Mexican drover, Flores, who was sbot by Jake Shields on the Perkins plantation last week, died Saturday from the effects of his wounds. J. 8. R. Rcovill, Morris, Ills., says: When your "Only Lung Pad" came to hand, my son could not raisetr his head. He is now up and gaining every day. 8ee advertisement. RU-OJaNS To-mORow-l'-Pf. Lip pard, the accomplished instructor of the art(of dancing, requests us to state that his school will be re-opened to-morrow (Wednesday) at the usual houars. Pupils rill please take notice. We are sorry to see that both the car :penter's and the mason's work has been suspended on the Capitol, owing to the delay arising by the failure of the con tractor to supply the Iron frames for the windows and the columns dlesigned for the rotunda. We hope that Mr. Shak Speare will hrzry matters up, so...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 January 1881

A TALE POe C YEOts POL33. Aatory ofa Prwvidence Lady's Ad. ventaresfa a Ne* York sAtidle. From the Providence Journal. A few days ago, while a lady of our city, of artistic tastes and habits, was walking leisurely along Fifth avenue, she noticed a sign, of an ar tist's studio, whereupon she entered an open door, ascended one flight of stairs, rapped at the artist's door, heard the words "come in," and en tered a spacious room, elegantly fur nished. Its high windows were rich ly draped with heavy curtains, fine pictures were hung upon the walls, and standing on the floor in an easel, ,after the fashion of most artists. In the room sat a man alone, with overcoat and hat on, immovable, and with eyes glaring fiercely on his visi tor, as if enraged at her intrusion, but not uttering a word. A few moments passed; she made a casual remark in regard to some picture, when he sud denly jumped from his seat, rushed upo: her, seized her by the throat, his eyes glaring wildly and his features in...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 January 1881

0 :# W. A. LeSUEUR, Publisher 0t0o1 c1a Journal of the City and. Parils- Wees L.JA STREK M SK I, E ditor. . -. .e ky. . ... . e.. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUAIRY 27, 1881. NO.1 . . .. in m ii ATTORNEYS. G C. BIRD, A7rroaRY AT LAW. Will Satten'l pronmptly to all business intrusted to him. Otlicc oi Couvention street, between ''hird .nd Church streets. Baton Itonge, la. (1 W. Y'OPE, Arro cnr xr Lw and Notary l'ubhel, 'Port Allen, \Wct Ilaton louge, L.;a. Special attention giveu to the col hlection of accounts, taking tcstimony under coo-l mission, and to all other mattere requiring the atteution of an Attorney or Notary in the parish ol \We'st Ilaton Ronge. ;ap1'r4 v2nt3 H 4. LANC, Arrotnsr AND COUNSEm.oR I At Law, Donaldeonville, La. Will prac. tice in all the courts of the State of Lonilaina. rrl <)4HO . B. DU ,REi, ArrottNar J acnd Counscel-r at Law. Oftice-.-No. 6, Pike a JIow, BItaton Rouge, La. Will practice in the Staite ,Ind F.ederalrCourtes. I KERRON ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 January 1881

LEON JAMTREMIIKI......At..... er W. A. Le E R ...... ..Publiber BIA'TON IOUGE, JAN 27. 1~I. TIiE IIIUIlER LAW. 'l'he Supremto Court of Louisiana hlat placed itself in an attitude which is n ulnbearahle as it is nlovl. 'l'het .J Itstices, whose mIltision it is to guard the rights of the peooilo against the eicroachnltllllts of the Legisla tive piower u poll the Fundamenl tal Laiw which exptresscs their sovereign will- a barrier which no power can *verstill --ihave, dared to decree the violation of 0o1i of its miiost sacreld clauies. What the Gen(eral AssIembly did not idreattl of doing, three Judges halv arrogated to tllhemlselves the right to ordain. The letter of the, Countitution which says that municipal cgrporations shall not levy, for all purposet, a tax great er than ten mills, is set aside by the Supreme Court and the precedent is laid down that will expose the peo ple to unlimited taxdtion. Surely, if laws can be enacted de lining the rights of Individuals and the powers of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 January 1881

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALES. ,,'rA'TIK o)' IA)UIIANA, PARII O( " K nt) IstI lrlo liO Ilng--I y lrfiti til't ins noltthlnr ity 1nt41d to yv by l w. I will prrsi0dI to $il t Ipnblll' uliitton, iat tl i (ourtlhouslle' 'o1), Or iof thi puitrls), sI it h It l piI l )il, hnuIsi, au11 *ssurduay, Ltheth day of March, A. D. ltl, in accoltrdancl' wth lltlnuu I of Act of No. 107 of t lh (nriil As nneltbly of this 8Be, $l4lt intl o' I$$1, tI1 fIllwinJ dnl .rrlhld pInY) n• ty, f1irliltel and so Ib thr inl ehqint hilnres 11 iotis rluidemtu' dl, lo-wit . A II.C1SNA IX Mlr. M Ihi, Ilt nullbr Ilvo Ilatnltowlwn. oeli' 1 1 lllt llb r Ilve', Maglllinltllvilt'. .lltf sl flTl l 'HI' I I4F OE- Ih in nu1 lher- -... ell'arrl Inn1brr Ian, lll, llsuburb Ihlolllr . A IL"'AZ/A IN, l"ICIC?º - (ln t Ii.) inumber tour lslltirt 11111 hr :ii, liaur'aga rd'I Tlown. l llI At(1( IIll --(htlnsl tt hilt drlllil 1111 ivtrilt' PI(' t all i tw1'ty A l1'.X t. .1011 N-Oun 4as thi ne 1,. bsirli acthrns on I'bl ak !tridl, lis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 January 1881

A KICKING MULE. I HIt SAD EXPERIENCE WITH bees A BEE-HIVE. ated I was visitinga gentleman who lived thel in the victinity of Los Angeles. The in a morning was beautiful. The plash of A little cascades about the grounds, the nesN buzz of bees and the gentle moving of the foliage of the pepper trees in the he 1 scarcely perceptible ocean-breeze the made up a picture which I thought dos was complete. It was not. A mule wer wandered on the scene. The scene, tree I thought, could have got along with- to out him. lie took a different view. foui (?I' course mules were not allowed air. on the grounds. T'hat is 'what he II knew. That was his reason for be- clet ing there. to 1 I recognized him. Had met him. hoe ills lower lip hung down. lle looked the disgusted. It seemed he didn't like the being a mule. mit A day or two before, while I was ger trying to pick up a little child who stil had got too near this mule's heels, he hiu kicked me two or three times before stu I could tell from which ...

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