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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 March 1881

JI LOCAL MATTERS. See notee of stolen male is another folumn. We never find out how good a man ii uatil he dies nor how bad he is antil he gos inth polities. We take espeelal pleasure in noting the arrival of that popular ex-Batou Rougean, Philip H. Mentz, Esq. who, besides winning the golden opinion and esteem of the people of Morgan Cily, among whom he resides, hay further en. deared himself to them, by wedding one of the most aoeomlplinbed young ladles of that vicinity. We feel certain tbat a host here will join the, ('CAIrrol AN in wishing our friend Philip oand his lovely bride any anmount otf bliss nil worldly goods. Captain Yates, of the Alliance, ac 'comlnpanied by several of his oftlcern, canie ashore yesterday to return the call of the Vicno Cotnsul of F'rance anid the Mgior. T'rhey lso visitedl thi Capitol, Penitentiary cand the 1'. S. Balrracks. They are as polished and clever as ge'n tlemnen clan be', perfict tylpes of the gal lant ofleours who compose and relect sm muc...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 March 1881

~4tldy, boys, @tdyy! Keep your ar3 rds , ti~ ed only knows whom we may meet here. Don't hl me be takea I'd rather awaked t3 tomorrow, In-no matter wbere- t Than lie in thabfoulVlion.bole over there. "Step slowly ! i Speak lowly! b The rooks may have life ; Lay me down in the bhollow; We are out of the strife. By Heaven I the foeman may track mein blood, For this hole in my breast is outpouring a flood. No! no surgeon for me; be can give me no aid; The surgeon I want is a piokaxe and spade. What, Morris. a tear h Why, shame on yonmau. I thought you a hero; but since you began To whimper and cry, like a girl in her teens, n By George! I don't know what the devil it means. "Well well! I awm rough, 'ti a very rough life This lte of a trooper-but yet I'm no fool I ? Iknow a brave man. and friend from a foe; And, boys, that you love meI certainly know, b lint wasn't it grand, b When they came down the hill over sloughing and sand Blutwe stood-did we not !--like immovatle rock, I Uniheedi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. G. A. Herthum will please accept our thanks for two copies of the Con "tantlnople Messenger. The mail boat, Morning Star, re-ap peared on time yesterday evening, hav ing occupied but two days in New Or leans in having necessary repair, done to her screw. She will, as usnnual, con tinue to do her duty with regularity. Lient. M. F. Jamar, IT. IF A., the pop ular instructor in military tactics and commandant of cadets,at the I;nivrsity, has favored us with a copy of the Cecil (bMd.) Democrat, containing an interest ing record, proving Marshal Ney to have been an Americaln , We will publish the bsame soon. Col. E. W. Robertson, looking in spnel did health, called on us on his return from Washington. Ile repjresented the situation there as anything but discour aging. lue helieves that I'resident Gar field will adhere to a pIolicy ',f concilia tion, and fait dealing towards the Mouth. The Colonel has done yeoman service in the matter of the Mississippi River ap propriat...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 March 1881

.ae. "rr> s s l. 4 T Sa BO Hew Oabin w IM ft Thmrsdav morning, at half-past 10 .pclock, the 71st Regiment repaired to Greenwood Cemetery to salate the' Confederate monument. Wben the train had arrived and the troops had alighted, column of fours was formed, and the battalion, headed by the reg imental band and commanded by Col. Richard Vose, marched into the cem etery and around the monument to the solemn measure of a dirge. The battalion was drawn up in line fronting the monument on the side upon which is the bast, of Gen. Lee, the officers having marched by with heads uncovered. Rev Carlos Martyn, Chaplain of the 71st, and pastor of the Thirty-Fourth street Retorm Church, New York, de livered an eloquent address. He said: "A famous German theologian'onee said: ' Thank God for sin !' Not that there is anything in sin to be thank fnl for. But it is the occasion for a display of a divine character, impos sible without it, because unnecessary. Thank God for the war ! War is an unmi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 March 1881

" .f "2 UW7 k I W. A. 8U UR, 3PabH·e -r o S hOf ofa Journal of the Olty a Fnd a r n_ , I. JAUTREMSIKI, Editor. VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, 3MARCH 1 a ATTORNEYS. C. C. BIRD, ATroM AT LAW. Will L attoed promptly to all business intrusted to him. Oflee on uvention street, between Third end Chatch streets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, Arrotiur AT LAW and i Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton RongC, La. Special attention given to the col lectlou of accounts, taking tee Itmonoy under corc. mldston, and to all other matters requiring the attention o an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Eaton Btongo. s ln'_ v2n13 I $.LLANG. ArTroa A.rs CouNstLOR 1*. At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. tice in All the courts of the State of Louisiana. rIWHON. 13. DUPRIEE, AIrro.iNY L and Counselor at Law. Olltce--No. u, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the thate and Federal Courts. LI EIRON & BIEALE, I IArToaNkYa ud COUNS.IAoitS AT LAW. Office on North oloulevard...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 March 1881

7 d~ hig QPtaIian lwE J5AI rKL......,...3 W. A. I.reS ....R..H...1.b18er BATON ROUGE. MARCH 16, 1881. A PA.crUX SAILRAA&d "ela On Sunday morning, President' T Wheeloek, of the N. 0. Pacific Rail- and vayw,,aecompanied, by Judge Howe, ; attorney of the Company, Major ly, Iforse and some of the engineers, goo .reached our city for the object of con- usal ferring with our citizens regarding the the matter of selecting depot grounds, v right of way for the branch road con- met neeting Baton Rouge with the main vie, trunk, etc. and Through the kindness of Capt.Chas. the 8tewatt a tug boat was placed at the F disposal of the party, who embarked fort thereon at about ten A. M., in cor- Bat pany with Col. E. W. Robertson, Mr. rail William Garig and Mayor Jastremski. on The tug ran up as high as the Grosse Te Tote Railroad Depot, after which she descended the river down to Judge g 11bertson's place, in West Raton ouge.gre Upon inspecting the bank, the en- up gineers decided that the most...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. M. EDrrow-Pleese sanoonce me as r andin date for reelelton to the omce of Adminitrator of Police. Election to be held on Monday, A Atl4kh prol. T. B. RILLeN. See advertisement of steamer Morn ing Star, relating to through tickets to New Orleans. Mr. I. Pujol seems determined to hold up the reputation of the Baton Rouge beef market. Every morning one can find the very finest meats at his popu lar stall Mr. Chas. Schuttler, an experienced piano tuner and repairer, from the very reliable house ofP. Werlein. of New Or leans, is at the Verandah, where, for two weeks, he will attend to all orders in his line. See advertisement. The next morning wi en the sheriff wet into his cell lie was in extraordinary agonies, until the Parish physician arrived and told him that he had stopped the blood entirely too soon to ,eider any death struggle expedient. Caarlic then became quiet. The spirit of improvement is exhibit ing itself on every side. On Lafayette street Messrs. Wood &...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 March 1881

Ludwig Kossuth, the Eungatrian patriot has written as follows upon I the charaater of the Tarks: '"I know per io people possessed of the social vir- ing tues to the same exent as the Turks. The The character of the Turkish native Roi must be studied in the provinces, es- tha pecially in those parts of the Otto- pe man Fmpire where the Turk alone is wit to be met with. I shall here relate the certain circumstances which demon- the strate the noble nature of the Turk. wit When the Hungarian and Polishrefu- 110no goes proceeded from Widdin towards tha Schomuln, we halted fora single night ros in a Turkish village. I was conduct- cot ed to the house of a peasant, who has- ten toned to offer me his selamlik. I ex- tro pected a wish to see my luggage. "Ef- str fendim," said he to me, "they are in str a safe place." "Are you really cer- of tain as to this place ?" I replied to wI him, "Suppose anyone were to walk be off with them during the night 1" I of added. "Oh, sir," he answered with ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 March 1881

-l *R 4 + .4 _a ~ i y i wl : *r VOL. 3. JJ.z~isusu W. A. Le.S~UkU1 Publisher om$ý±ý1i Jotlrzi~a1 of th~e City' a2ýd .Parish2. ý ' " ý, A ý.ý; BATON ROUG a r u'l BAO OG.LOUISIANA, THUR$ DAY, MARI ýý ~0~ VL 3.`I ATTORNEYS. . C. BIRD, AdonorNY AT LAw. Will l-* atte lt promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ATrORNEY AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of accounts, taking testimony under com mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr"4 viin13 H S. LANG, ATTORNEY AsD COUNSELOR * At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. 71'HOSg. B. DUPXEE, ATroitNu r and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. H'RRON & BEALE, ATTro7uHYS and COUNSELOt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 March 1881

lN JASTSllI** ..... W,...alter W. A. LS U ........ Pubtsh.er BATON ROUGE, MARCH 17, 1881. MAHONE'S TREACHERY. We give up our editorial columns to the account of the colloquy vhich took place between Senator Ben Hill, of'teorgia, and the recreant Virgin ian Senator, Mahone, which took place on the 14th inst., in the U. S. Senate, when Mr. Pendleton, of Ohio, called up the resolution relative to theoreorganization of the Senate Com mittees. Mahone is one of those Confederate Brigadiers, whom the Republicans delight in taking unto their loving bosoms. With them, violation of faith and the abandonment of those practices which honor dictates to all .mankind, are a rehabilitation to full .fellowship and a shining evidence of loyalty to the Union, as they under stand it. By betraying the heroic common wealth of Virginia and surrendering the Democratic control of the Senate o the Republican minority, the dis graced Mahone will be repaid for the contempt in which his name will henceforth be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. ore Administrator of Police. MR. EDITOR-Please announce me as caondi date for re-election to the office of Adminietrator of Police. Election to be held on Monday, i4pril4th pros.-Paid. T. B. HILLEN. For Administrator of Finance. We are authorized to announce; MICHAEL CHAMBERS as a candidate for Administrator of Finance at the approaching municipal elec. Lion, on Monday, April 4th, prox. For Councilmen. EDrToRCArTOLIANt-Please announce Messrs. ,OHN J. WAX and JOHN GRAADY as candi dates for Councilmen, First Ward. Municipal Election to be held on the fourth of April, next. MANY VOTERS. MALARION, the great specific forfevers and other complaints, is advertised in to-day's paper. It can Ile procured at Steensen's. Messrs. John J. Wax awl John Grady, both members of the, City Cou'ncil and t good citizens of the first Ward, are pre sented for re-election, by "nmaly voters." The Wells murder case was coltmenc ed on yesterday. A jury hal been em panelled and the examination ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 March 1881

toel Tit Collecteftk1em T quentT Tau Deto ia LII ýIleh ofhv Ea to Waotlgeo-.y virtue of the aatheorty rested In me 1 Jy law. I will proceed to sell at public aubtion, atthe Courthanse door of this parish, within legal sali hours, on * le ttarday, the Bd day of April,, A. . 1el81, in eorda ne with Section I of Act Nb, 107 o the General Assemblyof this State, session of 18O0, the followina deseribed prop arty, forfeited and sold for delinquent taxes and not redeemed. to.wit: ARCIENAUX Mrs. M-One lot nmber fivre Gatestown: one lot number five, Magnlliaville. AUtGUTUS THEODORE-One lot number- square number two, enburb Bonecaze. ARBOUR & BRO-One hundred and twenty. fit a sres andy Creek. fornerly Neenom a two hntdirel acres, White ' layonu: ten acres lob. tum Tract. A LEXl4, JOHN--One and three.fourth acres mon Plank Road, bounded south by heirs of IReip east lv It. Sanches. west iby l'lanik ueoad. ALTAZIN, BARAH M'rs.-Three lot nuam. tetn two. three and tfrt, square number six. Iea...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 March 1881

·s~~a iiAr·, w. A. L.SIEUR, Pnblisher Offlcial 3otura1 of the City anad Pars L. JASTREMýKI, mditor. VOL. BLOUISIANA, SATURDAY,ýMARCH VOL. 3. BAON ROU(Eý ATTORNEYS. 1, C. BIRD. ATTotrrarnrAT LAw. Will (~. attend promptly to all business intrnated to him. Omce on Conventiou streRt, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. C W. POPE, ArrojUSI' AT LAW and i- :Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rtg(', La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking telthoaony under com. mission, and to all other matters requirtug the attention of an Attorney or :Notary it the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr4 ~_vu13 U S. LANG, ATORNET AND CoUNeSELoR i At Law, )onaldsonvtlle, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. r tHON. B. DUPREE, A'rrorseY 1 and Counselor at Law. oflce--No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. UiiHRON & BIEALE, l ArroaNf.Y aad COUNSF.Lo. u A'r LAW. Ottice on North iknlevard street, ne...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 March 1881

WI&. ReUGE M*...AR 1...9 "- 8s8r r.BATON ROUGE, C. 19, 1981. 'JAHONE'8 TREACHEIRY. rat stanC We give up our editorial columns to the account 4f the colloquy which ballo took place between Senator Ben Hill, d df Georgia, and the recreant Virgin Ian Senator, Mahone, which took plau place on the 14th inst., in the U. S. Senate, when Mr. Pendleton, of Ohio, here called up the resolution relative to the reorganization of the Senate Com- mth the ilattees. tain] Mahone is one of those Confederate not i Brigadiers, whom the Republicans direm delight in taking unto their loving criti bosoms. With them, violation ofI faith and the abandonment of those unds practices which honor dictates to all deal mankind, are a rehabilitation to full wan fellowship and a shining evidence of out loyalty to the Union, as they under stand it. By betraying the heroic common- part wealth of Virginia and surrendering the the Democratic control of the Senate not to the Republican minority, the dis- eith graced...

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 March 1881

F.ostpied T l Collector'i Sales. C TATE OF LOUISIANA, vs. DELIN. a uient Tax Debtors Parish of East Baton ' Runge-By virtue of the authority vested in e me by law, I will proceed to sell at itblio auction, at the Courthouse door of this parloh, within legal sale hours, on Saturday, the 9d day . April, t A. D. 1881, m'accordance with Se tion 1 of Act h No. 107 of the General Assembly of this State, session of 1880, the following described prop. I erty, forfeited and sold for delinquent taxes and j not redeemed, to-wit: a ARCENAUX Mrs. M-One lot number five, e Gatestown: one lot number five. Magnoliaville. a A UGUSTUS THEODOIRE-One lot number- t; srquare number two, suburb Bonecaze. ARBOUR & BRO-Ono hundred and twenty. a tive acres Sandy Cre'k, formerly Neesom; two 0 hundred acres, White's Bayou; ten acres Slo- J cum Tract. ALEXIS, JOIIN-One and three-founth acres t' on Plank Road, bounded south by heirs of Repp 1 rast by R. Sanches, west by Plank Road. b ALTAZIN, SARAH M!rs.--Thr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 March 1881

Lkh l Q pit`lian Uf i A 513N5j ............Iift •-- ml g £**..... ...... iW-* W. A. *3OUGE .* 1* 1881. BATON ROUGE MARCH 19, 1881. ,UIUWo3lUAxWIDATOBOIOV$ SprlLA(emC NA[L*AP. eling i rate. On Sunday morning, President The Wheelock, of the N. 0. Pacifie Rail- and ct way, accompanied by Judge Howe, the co attorney of the Company, Major ly, rel Morse and some of the engineers, good reached our city for the object of con- sutai ferring with our citizens regarding the aý the matter of selecting depot grounds, We right of way for the branch road con- merci necting Baton Rouge with the main view trhnk, etc. and a Through the kindness of Capt.Chae. the ol Stewart a tug boat was placed at the Fro disposal of the party, who embarked formwt thereon at about ten A. M., in com- Batol pany with Col. E. W. Robertson, Mr. rail c William Garig and Mayor Jastremaki. on oi The tug ran up as high as the Grossa Texa 'l'ete Railroad Depet, after which she entiri descended the river down to Judge State R...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 March 1881

t. .ri ' uh ~ p xto han LOCAL MATTERS. Ms. ýDrro..-Pleabe announce me eW . eandl. date for re.electlon to the omle or Admlnlaltrator of Police. Election to be hold en Monday, gAprll4th pros. T. 0. E[LL3Lf. 5te( alvertI ltlnt nt f teamrnOr SMorn ing $tar, relatiug to through tickets to 'New Orhlans. Mr. I. 1'ujol 3seem d'terminlleu to hold up the reputatinu of the Blattu Il~oug4t Ieetl uarket. }Every mlorn'llillg onn3 claU find the vIery tfinest mati s t lhis Iol- - har stalll Mr. Clhsan . chuttler, i11 t'l cxricilu't''L pia'iio tuneir andi repair l, !'rotm thie vey reliable hot41e4 of 1.  i'erli'in, iof' iNvw ()r Leal, in at the V'eriilallIn , aw'11,'3', tor t5%' w''i'k34, he will 7il1iid tl0 tI l 3 4l1'3rs4 in hil lis u'. Se'' idv'rli,'it3 l It 'Thi' spiriiit (of inilprovi'nl3' ih eixhibit lug itNelfi' o l'.er1 id,.. Ol iit ýi e3't14' trelet M,'ssrls. 'od nl li1,` \\i\t 1iy', lith' r p1'Oi, ieto,1 f I1 th n lhi lhil '113 lll','IV1 pil'-p rty, ' . ll're eI' i tI1 il ,tt*''livi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 March 1881

1W0 STORlE ll OIE, tltt.en fto te h eRta Deatroert b7 Oorg Johstm.to. (CoNTINUID PIIOM FIRMT PAMEI.1 He spent his leisure hours In reading and writing, and would decasionally furnish articles for the press. He took a large number of leading newspapers and read them most attetitively. It was his custom to sit up quite late at night, only sleeping from four to six hours in the twenty-four. When questioned lby his rnrrl friends in regard to this (to ,themn) strange habits he acquired it in camp while in the army, lIe wals always reticent when with strangers, and rarely, if ever, spoke of hIls connection with the French army even to isa nti mate friends, nnless (as was often the case) the hinges of his tongue were loosened by an extra glass of wino or brandy, when his characteristic reserve would be thrown off, billr even theli be manifested no boilnstt'nl disposition, mr'iely speaking somethnes of the grand army and the part he haild lortne in its campAigns. On one ocansion when lhe ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 March 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. For Adminlstrator of Pollee. MR. EDrrob-Plese aanounce me as ecandl date for ra.eleotion t6 the ofce of Administrator of Police. Election to be held on Monday April 4th prox.--Paid. T. B. HILLEN. For Adminitrntor of Finanee. We are authorized to innounee MICHAEL -CHAMBERS as a candidate for Administrator of Finance at the approaching municipal elec. tlon, on Monday, April 4th, prox. For Counellmen. EIrroHnAPI.TOIAAýN-Pl~ase anOluncce Mcenre. JOUNI.. WAX and JOHN 1,RAI)Y as oandii .dates for Councilmeu, First Ward. Munmcipal Election to b held on the fourth of April, next. I MANY VOTER$. MALARION, the great speciic forfevers and other complaints. is advertised in mla to-day's paper. It can Ihe procured at thie $teenset's. of 1 Messrs. John J. Wax and ,lohnt rady, itiet 1,oth members of the City Council anti to t good citizens of the first Ward, are pre- Iea sented for re-electilon, Iy "'nuiniiy voters." C at t The Wells nlurller case wasy W colullnci- l f ed on yester...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 March 1881

Ladwig KossVfh, the Hungarian patriot has written as follows upon the charaater of the 'urks: '" know : o people possessed of the social vir tees to the same exent as the Turks. The charactet of the Turkish native must be studied in the provinaes, es pecially in those parts of the Otto man Fmpire where the Turk alone is to be met with. .I shall here relate certain circumstances which demon strate the noble nature of the Turk. When the Hungarian and Polish refu gees proceeded from Widdin towards Schomulu, we halted fora single night in a Turkish village. I was conduct ed to the house of a peasant, who has tened to offer me his selamlik. I ex pected a wish to see my luggage. "Ef fendim," said he to me, 'they are in 'P safe place." "Are you really cer tain as to this place ?" I replied to him, "Suppose anyone were to walk off with them during the night? " I dded. "()h, sir," he answered with Astonishment, "how could anyone car ry off in time of peace things which did not belong to them...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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