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Capitol square

--Mach of the beauty of the grass place in the Square is being destroyed by the loungers who accessible there to enjoy a breath of fresh air, and who walk and he upon the grass till it is killed. The numerous walk ways are so convenient that there seems to be no reason for deserting them to make new paths, and yet the sod is completely destroyed in many places because of the thoughtlessness of visitors. This Square is the handsomest of its size in the Confederacy, and should be kept so by all persons. Not only is it the great lunge of the city, where pure air is exhaled, but it is an ornament to the capital of which every man and woman should feel proud.

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