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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 August 1879

- I ; vv-.. Alr . IeU tJL , , I "KISS ME FOR MY LIZZIE." b [Col. Christie, of North Carolina, was wounded at the battle of Gettysb~urg,;' and died before his wife could reach to him. His last words were, "Kise me e3 for my Lizzie." St I am dying, is she coming t Throw the windows open wide, ta Is she coming f oh! I love her m More than all the world beside, wl In her young and tender beauty, Must, oh must she feel this loss I' st Saviour, hear my poor petition, tr• Teach me how to bear the cross.' ar All the evening dews are falling; co I am cold, the light is gone. w Is she coming? softly, softly, bu Conies death's silent footsteps on; s I am going, come and kiss tie: Kiss me for my darling wife; Wi Take for her my parting blesbing, Take the last warm kiss of life, Surely ere the daylight dieth,' w I will fold her to my breast; With her head upon my bosom,, Calmly I could sink to rest. It is hard to die without her, is Look! I think she's coming now; wf I can almost feel her kisses...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 August 1879

___ ouiiana Q(apitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or rne PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, lCditor and Business Manager. SATURDA r, A ao. 2, 1879. Softly I The editor of the Cleve land Herald takes up his pen-and an other radical lie is scratched! An exchange enquires, "Does hang ing prevent murder ?" It certainly does. Who ever heard of a man com mitting murder after he was hanged i The last news from Memphic show fourteen new cases of fever and four deaths. In New Orleans one new case is reported for Wednesday, and no deaths. Napoleon III, it is said, left an ille gtimate son in Paris, who has become a cafe proprietor, and who resembles Napoleon remarkably, and is very proud of it. Ladies are like watches-pretty enough to look at-sweet face and delicate hands, but somehow very difficult to "regulate" after they are set agoing. "Why do you use paint 1"' asked a violinist of his danghter. "For the same reason that you use rosin, papa." 1 "How is that " "Why, to help me draw my beau." "Pa, I came near...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 August 1879

LOCAL MATTERS. Vine Job Work at the Capitollan. Single coples of the Uapttollasn an lie found for sale at Mike Uhambers' eta tionery establishmenut and fleroman's Iluhe 1Stot,. J. It. Mel'lng in our duly authorized agent at Anhlrosia, East lBaton Rouge parish, and authorized to receipt for subseription and advertising. Don't forget that we have lust recev. ed a lot of new and late styles of type specially adapted to the printing of cards, bill-heads, note-heads and iroe, lanr. Call and examine specimens. Asseson's Notric,.--n another col mlln will le found this officer's last warning. To all those Interested in the matter of correcting assessments, we direcot attention. Major Thomas Mcll tyre, thile late effi celont Sergeant-at-Arms of the Conven tion, is our dully authorized agent in New Orleans. Our friends in the Cres celit City are requested to send in their favorn through him. . We received tl(is week antalk of sugar cano having nine, red joints, the produe tion of Mr. Celestin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 August 1879

TO MY LOrVE--,MISS M. L. C. Editor Capitolian-l'ease publish the enclosed piece of poetry. Entitle it "'To my Love-Miss M. IL. C."of Jiaton Rouge. Bly doing so you will ollige an old friend, who is just fieeling t l eslleets of love. Yours truly, Town BoY. I'll be a gentle Zephyr, If you'll be a IRone, And I'll cease iliy endless roving, To spend my lifo in loving You, my peerlenss Queen of Flowers, I will make mly home your bowers, Whore I'll fold my weary wings While the spring-lbird sweetly sings, And your fragrant cheeks ll kiss, Nor dre:u of aught but bliss, While I'm a gentle Zephyr, And you a sunurior Rose. I'll be Ihe Wind of Autumn, lie yol, lily love, a Loaf, From your holmc-tireo I'll tear you, On lly bosom I will hear you 8afo across lilt's troubled tide. High above tlhe clouds weo'll ride, And your precious love will be I leavou's pureil'lt joy for mie, While I'm the Wiiid of Atiumiiin And you, lily love, a Loaf. Oh! be the Queen of Snlummer, If you'd have mleo Winter'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 August 1879

Publisiher and Proprietor. , BATO R~OUGE, -L , UIIQ iestNu TATN UGIJS19, .9 :A SONG( OF PEACE. To plowsnlhares let theswords ho wrought, Let truth and righteousness he sought; A mil spealrs to pruning-hooks ho changed, IIIThe wrorld witIi war no nore lderanged. 7'ie11 furrow deep the tented fiel, liroaledast lithe need for hairvest yield, Aid prime the ihmirnitug bough of peace, I, hope of fruit a rich increase. Let, tyrants fiorn their throne hIo hurledl, The t11:ig of war forever furled; The imnplenients of death destroyed, IThe ciamp deserted, and made void. The tentedl field shall wave with grain, No friends shall weep o'er graves olain; Thie hugle-blast forever ceaseo, The world rejoice in smiling peace. THE WRONG CARD. "What will you have, sir ?" "Give me a filet of beef, with mushlrooms, Lyonnaise potatoes, and green pens." "Yes, sir." a Away went the waiter, but returned in three minutes. "There are no mushrooms, sir-only one plate." "Well, bring nme one plate--how many do y...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 August 1879

___ 3%ouisinnn a4apiolina. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or TUE PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Bueinbee Manager. SATURDAY, A ua, 9, 1879. ROOMS OF DEMOCRATIC CONSERVATIVE Cr.vRAL COMMITrEE, Baton Rouge, August 8, 1879. The intoreer of the Democratic Conservative party of this parish de mand the early attention of the Exe cutive Committee. o Therefore I hereby give notice to the members of the Central Commit tee of the parish of East Baton Rouge to aessemble at the office of the Hon. E. W. Robertson, in this city, on the 27th Inst., at 10 o'clock a. m. Q By order of H. SKOLFIELD, President Executive Committee. F. M. BRoOKs, Secretary. INDEPENDENCE IN POLITICS. We have never understood where that class of individuals whose boast is that they are independents, had a position in the body politic. Political parties are composed of persons who unite in groups for the purpose of organizing a power suffi cient to establish and maintain cer tain well-defined principles for the guidance of the governm...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 August 1879

Ghl4 Jotisiana apoitalit. LOCAL MATTERS. Unnouncim ntB. We are authorized to announce JOHN 11. LAMON Esq., as a candidate for the office of Jmige of the Seventeenth Judi cial District, subject to the action of the D)emocratio Parish Convention. We are authorized to announce H. N. SHERBURNE, Esq., a acandidate for the office of Judge of the Seventeenth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic Parish Convention. We are authorized to announce GEO. W. BUCKNER, Esq., as a candidate for D)istrict Attorney, for the Seventeenth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic Parish Convention. We are authorized to announce the name of WILLIAM HUBBS, Esq., as a candidate for Clerk of the Court, subject to tihe action of the Democratic Parish Convention. We are authorized to announce the name of 0. P. SKOLFIELD, Esq., as a candidate for Clerk of the Court, sub ject to the action of the Democratic Par ish Convention. We are indebted to Mr. Ed. D. Cheat ham for a de...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 August 1879

(ORIGINAL.) a THE I(WSJAEEV ..ILAlJ)E1. o a Fair Lnlu lived on yonder hill,y Where winds the clear, sparkling rill, d Ald all the bright and happy days She sat and spun, and sung sweet lays. Her heart was gay, her thoughts were i bright, For her young lips had just pressed light C That sugared cup which thrills our veins a Makes space resound with sweetest strains. For in the green and shady vale, t There dwelt her lover, strong and hale, t Who, in the eve when work was o'er, Would wend his way to her low door. c t So passed the happy moments by, L Nor dreamed she that a cloud was nigh Until upon her heart it fell, And proved, alas! he fun'ral knell. u For soon her much loved Harry dear, t Began more seldom to appear, n And slowly, out of his bright eye, The light of love began to die. 1 And then a whisper reached her ear, That he had found a form miore dear, Which in the end proved too true, For her hand now ceased to woo. For to the vale had come a bright And lovely stranger, Mabe...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 August 1879

 mddiinil/ilniilaillllihl m /,im./m nl' . ..  "'~ ~ ' . ..;'' : ~~P" ="  ::':""':: '~i '' ' js o  '- - ( r  ': Tic. Publ,.her and Proprietor. BATON ROUTGE, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 16, 1879. ý dAiA4 ýR1I~fff I crent Clam w aih 11A1"_ lan:. ttI wlVO n I nilnnn n~nL t .._.1 a_ "_ -ý _ I . A RA FING.( [Read before the Cincinnati Literary Society' June 28th. ] Once upon a midnight dreary, While I floundered, weak and weary, (n ii mattress full of gooseoquills, feeling very lame and sore; While promiscuously tumbling, Suddenly I heard a rumbling, Like a tipsy earthquake grumbling un derneath my chamber floor, Or a herd of bulls a-practicing improve ments in their roar. Only that and nothing more! Oh! distinctly I remember, 'twas a hot night in September, And my clhum in bed beside me fell asleep an hour before. 1 llc slept soundly as a baby, and I surely I was ia baby, t For I never thought that maybe lie t might perpetrate a snore-- ti 'Tlhat the individual who lay by meh mig...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 August 1879

OFI:ICIAL JOURNAL o 'c"ir, PARISH LEON .JAM'fRIsMIK1, (32NTR AL. C1oM ii'i ia, Ir I~atr~ii RougiK(, Au gult. ~ 1~479. ) 'rge iniCltrMts of thee I)cuonratic (Coniservat ive pnrtry of thlis pIatrishi dle ImandIiI the early attention of the Exe cutitie (elCommlittee. Therefiore I hereby gio nlotice to thie rncnlwcrs of the Central Coilt tee of the parinhl of EIIat Raton R~ouige to almeillnlhle at the oflicl of the 1)o1. E. IV. RnolHertoIin thlis (ity, Oil tle~ 27th1 inst.t at 10 o'clock a. in. By ori'Ier of I1. SK( LFIEIA), P'rtiriuiort Exe4Icutivi (Comuuitthe. F. M. 11oo ItO~, Secietary. STAND BY YOUR COLORS. ATTENTION 11ImOCuATS !! Peace rhas cratrcely overspread with its white wings the onice happy and proud State of Louisinau, thlat her people who have but lately emerg ed ftrot the desolating rule of a horde Sof the mnost shnllille5ss knaves a11ld freebooters, are already mioving to wards thfe disiriptionuif the party un dtler whose banner they halve Neclred their liberation ! The ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 August 1879

thg ouihinnn Q bpiolinn. LOCAL MATTERS. W'r e are allborizerfl to nrnloanc! T. i r. ( '( I.AN, I' s int en olilillitte iist ti4 4)m4'4 of Slhriff', subject to t1he ition oft the I( )cerI't .I'Parishi (o vent i. stn a eIu)ldlfltr tinr .1 lge (of the Seven ient h Juidicia Ditrict, seuabject. to ionm i usct iii, by irimary el4ct~iou 4)f theilE)Ikº 4ccratic-Colhlceervative) pa irty. We'' are authorized to anljjj)))))4c4 -.JOIN II.I AMC)N, EN(., 44 It cdi)144i41ate Ii the' of111(4 of.m .1udgi of the $ieveiitetilt IIJi - Vial1 D)ictrict, seublject to. th act)iWLIII of I iie I ) ',noeratic P 'arich ('onveot incnu. We are Otltlhcri7A'd to ftnhholulutCO TIf. N. SII ER tBI;NE, eiii., as aii (¶lt didailte for tlhe ()fli, teE .1 tge' of the MevtI)lt tedlut .1)111ieii D)istrict., Htijf;tr ti thte action t the DemaocrIatic 1'arii Con venticn. We are atllthorizel to4 anounce TiTOM. It. IIJIC',E u as it handidlntO for Dlictrict At I EernoyAttory the 844v4'11t4 t ie .Juictilcc )iitricet, ceutijett t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 August 1879

AN ANS WER TO THE "GIRL8 WHO LOVE THE GREY." I know you're sad, my darling, O'er the parting of yesterday; But the sadness is not only To those who love the grey. Another is sadly recalling Days now passed away, And mentally clasping his darling, Who love the boys in grey. Again he stands by his darling, Out in the pale moonlight, Where the eyes of love are watching. For the glimmer of buttons bright. Then be not so sadly weeping, but dash the tear away, For we shall soon be greeting The girls who love the grey. Like thee, fair maid, I'm only One of the many who pray For the hour of meeting fondly The girls who love the grey. And many hearts beside my own, Like thine, are sad to-night, For the magic spell surroundeth all Who wear the buttons bright. Yes, many hearts, like thine were sad, And yet are sad to-day, For many loved, and love alone, The girls who love the gray. We, too, are waiting and counting The days that pass away, And will very soon be greeting The girls who love the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 August 1879

NO -OR ANo~. p i PubliIhav-and Proprietar.~ }_ BATON, ROGLOUISIANA, AUGUTST 23189 Caq4i fpis4quatn KANSAS EMIGRAT:I LAMERNT. * I'm sittin' on do w'arf Dinah, do w'arf at Wyandotte, - Do place whar Kansas darkios sit, dat's all de place doy's got; I'm mi'ty tired oh dis place, but what's de use to pine, Dey fetch us hereo--our North'en friends, what had an ax to grind. Friends, Isaid! No, no, not friends for friendship am played out; Do darkies' friends dat's here, I think, is dem you read about. Der's 'bout nine hundred darkies here, some nick and some a' dyin', It grieves my heart to hear do wail oh half-starv'd chil'ens cryin'. My money's all gone up, do spont, my heart grown faint and sad; Unless a tldarkey's belly's full you know hie's nleber glad. I miss de ole smoke-house at home, I miss de meat an' bread, I sometimes feel so hungry dat I even wish I'se dead. I thought to-day ob do ole Marse John, an' oh Miss Jennie, too; I thought of all de folks at home, and of'n thought ob ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 August 1879

ih14 jouiana papuitsirn. OFFICIAL JOURNAL of THE PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. SATURDAY , A cG. 23, 1879. RooMs OF DEMOCRATIC CONSERVATIVE CENTRAL COMMITFEE, Baton Rouge, August 8, 1879. The interests of the Democratic Conservative party of this parish de mand the early attention of the Exe cutive Committee. Therefore I hereby give notice to the members of the Central Commit tee of the parish of East Baton Rouge to assemble at the office of the Hon. E. W. Robertson, in this city, on the 27th inst., at 10 o'clock a. m. By order of H. SKOLFIELD, President Executive Committee. F. M. BnooKS, Secrettary. taus SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER BALE! Rule Five Dollares for Passage!! sWci - TI We are sorry to learn that the Bayou togel Sara and Vicksburg line of packets, the c comprising the steamers Ed. J. Gay, part; St. John, Whisper, Pargoud and pin rt: Thlomlpson Dean, have entered into an N< agreement or combination by which of ti our merchants, planters and the tray- by...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 August 1879

hq %ouioimn inpito n.t LOCAL MATTERS. We r attthlorlized to announce the name of Dr. THOMAH J. IUFFIN(VTON, no candlidate trO tatr Setinator to Irep reMent thei, District comprislug the parinl tif Eant Jitone Rouge, nul ject to Demo cratic iioiuination. We are authorizedl to annonloe the iname of Dr. It. E. AM11O01E, as a cian tiiati, for Re ,resentative to the Lower Ilouse of the General Annmbhly, subject to the inomiationl of the Democratic ln rty. We nre iuthoritzetl to announce the innue of 3. W. IBATEf Esq., the reent ineunuiient it i (laniidate 6r1 for eriff, euibjcti to hemocratic nomination. We arn authiorized to announce T. 11. (f)k('ORAN, na a candidato for the oflfice of Sheriff, subject to the action of thlie IDemocratio Parinsh Convention. I'lease announce ALVAN E. READ, an a candidate for Judge of the Novon teoonth Judicial Disetrict, etbjet to noto ination Iy prunnary election of the Dotem ouaratic-Consrvative party. We are authorised to announce JOHN i. tAMON Esq., a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 August 1879

A GEM OF POETRY. Inn 'I'hlo following )ll111l w i't writtenl b'y wl1 (1(ýn. Itlw I I. II(' +, ll' Virginia, null pub- +11 11111'(tii I the Mooter I liiii 14¶I')jOpl1. n rot wee4kly papeii'r 11441144 rat I1ltinaora durling wli the yernr I~ti'' iand IJ74). An tho Metro- tits p~tili in11 Jlong s4I1c4) dead1, used4 the poem, 10 wliltIi I cannot4) butI re'gard It an Au4xtjIl- 0111 mite gr'1in, 114 en010tombed44 In thei perihOed itt pmaper, I hlove cop1jied4 tlha Iinm 1 and intclomn ofI4 Chowii to) you. 'T'heior rupublhliciattio wilW 1he4 altnont oqoui v414Inh t to it first ,appesir- ,I 11iI4r. I buad rend 'I'Ihnrikor1y'n Ipoe o n)11 moil 1ckingr br1d,1and41r11. I4ov4al othe4Ir I "'101, fusions b Iy metn Of niote colt thle 1iriiio i IIl'on iirn (h' 1,444 1144 I regardIIN Meow .l'41I 44 of tlhemiii Ia. Poor I'llowI Ito wrothAlle them .1 riearIn vinst to 1 If) "144I'141 (d In - I ti her, IMciIJ, whlenl loe wai st rii'kqin Iby r'11n- M l 1111ltiol allot h11 d go4 n to Ino lveir- w1 ghie14l i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 August 1879

I 'A A. A " •M. LBAOON ROUGE UGUS 879. W. A. LeTT7EU : BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 3·0, 1879 A LIKE 1118 DAD. I hear his lnother'sl chiding voice: "Hlow cantil your trowsers torn f And blhuk as ink, sir, is that shirt You put on clean this maoru. "Your feet are wet, too, I declare; You're muddy to ytur kneen ; It is too baol o Jeare Your mote 6bir, ti tease. "And those nlce lcs-your Sunday best, Thiat but three tinli4 you've worl, Are scrat.clhed and l crapnd and rin downl, The' heel'! of one in gone. "Your hair is twihted in a snarl, And just look at that hand: It looks as though 'twr never w llhel- I low dare you3 s:ay 'tin taniiild F "You'vee Ieeein at-lishling, sir, I gluess- W hat, I ('t'n to sec the lllnatch I You'll IMve i lit of sickness, Nir;t'; A eprtty cold you'll ratch." An d thus she talks for half an hour, And only stolps to sHay: "Youlr iathecr'll hear of this to-night; I wondler what ho'll say f" My frienlds ill compllimlaentary way Declare to ile they see A clo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 August 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL o 'urn PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, E~ditor allnd 3Uins ems ManagAr. SAT U'rRDA Y, A r ':. 30, 1879. -FOR GOVERNOR LOUIS A. WILTZ, -OF ORLEANS OUR OHOIOE FOR GOVERNOR. On the assembling of the late Con vention, we were among the foremost of the Delegates who labored assidu ously to defeat Lieutenant Governor Wiltz for the Presidency of that body. We had come from home impressed with the belief that the reports of his political antagonists were true. If lih were elected Chairman, Baton Rouge would never be the State Capital. Unscrupulous schemer, that he was so they said--he would organize the Committees with the design of obtain ing reports favorably to his individual views on every question of impor tance. The majority reports on both the Debt and Capital questions show how much this accusation was un founded. Without regard for fiiend or foe, he organized tihe various committees to the best of his judgment. From the moment he took the Chair, he became the "President o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 August 1879

AINOUNOEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the name of Dr. THOMAS J. BUFFINGTON, as a candidate for State Senator to rep resent the District comprising the parish of East Baton Rouge, subject to Demo cratic nomination. We are authorized to announce the name of M. E. MARTINEZ, Esq., as a candidate for Representative in the lower House of the General Assembly, subject to the nomination of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce the name of Dr. R. E. A)IBROSE, as a can didate for Representative to the Lower House of the General Assembly, subject to the nomination of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce the name of J. W. BATES, Esq.,Jlhe >resent inciumlent, as a candidate for Sheriff, sin hject to Democratic nomination. We are authorized to announce T. II. CORCORAN, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic Parish Convention. Please announce ALVAN E. READ, as a candidate for Judge of the Seven teenth Judicial Distr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 August 1879

Dq Iouisiana aCspitolia.11l OFFICIAL JOURNALo v T, PARISH 'i' re, is nthilig flinht o t'elhlu the farc and ituidl as the Iiren'h tico of igootl II is ,ieasy to pick Jioles in othier pco ple's wuork, lut flr more' profitatll to tindo hbltter' work yourself. A Platlentino liI lll iadverite, s for "'i girl to work in hanir." iN 0 in supposedll to lit i laii thellOr. As long is the hlealiirts ieat,  s long as lifi ixists, it wihaever ige, iroii or gldtl en, you' will ilnd love. A girl wenlt hlark on helt'r how-'legge'd beai i hericnue, she said, sie "dllinh't, like to wlitx in bracketsl." A dry goodsl c'letrk hlilnig ankedtI for p/til ttlrol'ordl silk, replied: "We iare' phanth1I1ºout of that color." \e lare onfltritng a chrom nlow t 111the moi hir who doesn't think h'ihaihy nicer tlihit any othellr wotian's Ihably. Ity not "staying atl, ihonle," etc., itll got tlho (ttit Ci'onventiiotn to hioldl its stssioti ill Illtton l'ouge'. Whltiore's skunk I An ohl lillIge, says "love l...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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