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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 September 1879

-0 1 . ~ fji~f rr5·lit j ~ .. A. E wMJe t rf BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANABER 6, 1 Puldlrad r.i,,,r a"'r'ý'i"ý1" ? ).t,` __________________~~~~__ I~, TIIC sOUTHERN 8(OLDIER 1OY. . MY FATHIECn RYAN. Young an the youngest who donned the gray, 'I'rue' ns thei truest that wore It lirave as the bravest, hIe marketd away, C (I lot tears on the cheeks of his mother i lay) 1113') 'I'rihillphant waved our flag oIne day, I li4 fell in the front before it. 1irnm as the fitmest wlhere diuty led, Ile hIirricedl without i falter; HoldI is tle hIoldtst, lie fought andl bled, I Andl the day was won-but the field was red, And the blood of his frenh young heart WMN sheed OII hiis coun'try's hallowed altar. f ()i the trampled breast of the battle pima, Where the formost ranks had wrestled )it his pale pure faoe,not a mark of pain, (is nimotherdlreamsthey willmeet again) The fairest ftorm of all the slain, Like a child asleol-they nestled, . C In the solemn shades of the woods thit swept, The fIeld wherebhis ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 September 1879

0i h onisiana 4apitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL o' Tmr PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and IBuuinem. Manager. SA TURDA Y. SEPT. 6, 1879. -Fl U00VPIINOJ- LOUIS A. WILTZ, -0F ORL ANI- RoOM PARISH CRCNTRAL COMMITTEE, DemocratfC-onervmatifr Party, BATON ROUGa, Ang. 27, 1870,. In pursuance to a resolution thin day adopted by the Parish Central Commit tee, I hereby order a primary olection in all the wards of this parish on the 13th of Moptember, 1879, for the purpose Int. To elect delegates to tho Parish Convention. 2. To elect members to the Parish Central Conmnittee. 3d. To decide hy ballot the questionof Prinmary Election or Convention. 4th. ro decide by ballot whether a plurality or majority vote shall nominate our parochial ticket. It In ordered hereby that the above election shall be held at the several poll ing places between the hours of 9 A. M., and 6 P. M., the day ant date above written. The eomniasioneis shall be appointed by theo tuembers of the Central Comn mittee. IT. SKOLFLEED,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 September 1879

ah4 souisiana ýapitolan. AUOUIOEYENTL1 We are authorized to announce the name of Dr. THOMAS J. BUFFINGTON, as a candidate for State Senator to rep resent the District comuprising 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 Hosie of the General Assembly, subject to the nomination of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce the name of Dr. R. E. AMBROSE, an a can didate for Represelntative to the Lower hIouse of the General Assembaly, subject to the nomination of the Democratic party. We are anthorized to announrice the nanme of J. W. BATES Esq., the present incumbent, as a candidate for Sheriff, subnject to bemnocratic nomination.' We are authorized to announce T. If. CORCORAN, as a candidate for the ofHice of Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic Parish Convention. Please announce ALVAN E. READ, nas a candidate fdt Judge of the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 September 1879

(1q jouishiana lpitolinn. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH Nothing will enforce the Sunday laws like a smart rainstorm. A scolding woman, like a train con ductor, is pretty much on the rail. Don't get in debt to a shoemaker, if you would call your "sole your own." "Oh," she said, "I think soda water is soda licions-" He took the hint and soda dime on the harvest field of love. An exchange says Penineylvania Dutch girls make good preserves; lut it does not say how much sugar you take to a pound of girl. Shanks curtly observes that it is tinme for Roscoe Conkling to curl himself up into a very small heap and get under his epitaph. Nuffeed! SA child asked, after gazing earnestly at a man who was bald, but had heavy side whiskers: "His head was put on upside down, wasn't it." The Iberville South is in favor of Wilts and Moncure for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, and for the re o election of Jumel as Auditor. 'The Carroll Conservative says the fel low who wants to know what will bring o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 September 1879

)) 11 )~~~· ·i ·.i·~r!·~.~ Pub~~i,~her an rpitr nT~A- 1D11ti T'C w~~. p) t·srrt fl AP7) 1LJU ATTORNEYS. H 8. LANG, Attorney and Counselor . at Law Donaldsonville, La. Will practice in ali courts of the State of Lou isiana. ' 0 jy19 T lHOMAS II. DUPREE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office: No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge La. Will practice in the State and I" eeral courts, may31 E. W. ROBERTSON... S. MM ROBERTSON. E W. & 8. M. ROBERTSON, Attor . n.eysanddCounselorsatLaw. Office on North Boulevard street Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the I ifth and Sixth JudIicial D)istrict. feb8 A. S. IIERRON..C. C. BIRD.. L. B. BEALE. HJERRON, BIRD & BEALE-Attor Ineys at LaW. Office on North Bou levardl street, »thr the Postoffice, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this and ad joining parishes. febp II. M. FAVIIOT..........J. II. LAMON. F AVROT & LAMON-Attorneys at 1 Law. Office n North BotTlevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 September 1879

ýh4 ýouisialla QC1pliotlian. 'OFFIGIAL JOURINAVL"n T11 PARISH LKON JASI'REMSKI, EC:, tsrr ndrl,Iltt~,nsinen Marrnager. SATURUAY, SEPT. 13, 1&79. -Fool OOViRN(JJ( - LOUIS A. WILTZ, -(W ORI.ANA RUtl.TI FAINAl CNLaNsTrAL Coa(IMIrr** K, ))mocratfc-coneernatiUe Party, BArTON RouIs, Aug. 27, 1879. In pursuance to a r'solntion this day ly adlopt4* by t1h I'ParisLh Cutral Comuiut tee, I hereby order a prinury oleetion In all the wards of thisl parish on theo 13th uf Septealmber, 1871, fbt the purpose- Ilt. To elect dologates to the Parish Convention. 2. To Acmd t membaTn to the Parish (Central Committse. :d1. To decide by lallot the qesIntiotn of I'rlnary Eletiou or Conventilon. 4th. 'l'o decide by hallot whether a plurality or majority vote shall nomitmnute our parochial ticket. It is ordered heromby that the above election skall be hold at tihe neveral poll ing places betwrcna the hourn of9 A. M. and 6 1. M., the day 1and date abovo written. The cotnmiionem r shall be appointedl by th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 September 1879

,ý ý 4ouiaiana 1Atau~otat . . ANNOUNOEMENTS. WVo t are autlhoriral to £uioiinoe the .mime of Dr.THOMASI J. I11UFFINUTON, 1an a ctandtlidte for State Snator to rep resent the D)istrict comprishig thei parish of Kasnt IBaton Rouge, subject to DeOno crntic nomlination. We are authorizedil to flannounce the ntamue of M. B. MAR'I'INEZ, Esl., as it candidateht fur Represeinttiv inii the lower House of the General Asmsmbly, it11j1(ct to the nominaution of the I)emo cra l i party. We are authorized to unuounce the amine of 1)r. R. E. AM iKROSE, as a can didailte for Representalttive to ti10 Lower I lohSQ of the Iiineral Ansembly, subject to thie nouminmttion of the Democratic º sty. We Iare aithior'ized to announce the ulnune1 of .J. W. lA'l'TES, Eaq., the prest i inclnenit, a i c(andidate for Sheriff, I nhjecI to D)emmocratic nomination. SW are authorized to announce T. II. CORICORAN, an a candlldate for the 111!ce of Sheriff, sauboct to the action of tihe I)emnocratic Parish Contvention. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 September 1879

___ onisiana (apitotian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL om TIM PARISH Fine clothes do not make the man un til they are paid for. A big head in no moro evidence of brains than a papor collar in of a shirt. Members of the Can't-Get-Away Club wear a sort of durn-ycr resort expression. May a Hibernian oyntermnan, with strict propriety, be called an oyster pat ty t When a man has no mind of his own, his wife generally gives him a pliece of hers. Honor and shame from no condition rise ; act your part well, and the critics will tell the lies. "The sweets of liberty" might proba bIly mean the liberty you take with the lips of a pretty girl! Cervantes has said: "Every one in the son of his works." This makes the great Krupp a son of a gun. "Ninety and nine" folks in the hun dred make a mistake when they cut off a dog's tail. They preserve the wrong endntl. Tell not your secrets in a corn field; it has thousands of ears. Kiss not your girl in a potato field; it has myriads of eyes. He was a very lazy man w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 September 1879

.agays~~~~~~~ ~ · .? BAO ROGE LOIINSPEBR 0 89 ,9 u s aggemsa m glul HM 11M I I AMHM Sta g MA f tII I 11 1115 MM ill W F ATTORNEYS. H 8. LANG Attorney and Connselor . at Law bonaldsonville, La. Will practice in ald courts of the State of Lou siana. Jy19 THOMAS B. DUPREE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office: No. 6 Pike's Row Baton Ronue La. Will piractice in the State and Federal courte. may31 H. W. HOBERTSON... 8. M. IRWDRTSON. E W. & 8. M. ROBERTSON, Attor ncys and Counselors at Law. Office on North Boulevard streets Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the I ifth and Sixth Judicial Districts. feb8 A. S. IEIIRON..C. C. BIRD...L. D. BEALS. HERRON, BIRD & BEALE-Attor Ineys at Law. Office on North Bou lovard street, near the Poutoffice, Baton Houge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this and ad joining parishesl febq II. M. FAVROT..........J. H. LAMON. F AVROT & LAMON-Attorneys at Law. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 September 1879

9t 'ouitiana (apitotainn OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIE PARISH LEON JASTRIEMKI, Ecditor and Iuwiniiess Maanaged. SArUnrDA Y, SErT. 20, 1879. -FOR (OVERNOR LOUIS A. WILTZ, o -OF ORLEANS THE IEW CENTRAL CIOMMITTEE. Rooms of Democratic-Conservative Parish Central Executive Committee, Baton Rouge, Sept. 17 1879. The memlbera of the Central Connmmit tee, elected on the 13th inst., are hereby requested to meet at the ottlice of Col. E. W. Robertson on Saturday, the 20th of September, at 10 o'clock a. in. Busi ness of importance req mires the imme diate attention of the 'ommittee, and a prompt and full attendance is most ur gently requested. H. SKOLFIELD, President. F. M. BRooKs, Secretary. IlIaU No man can become thoroughly rule acquainted with his family history give without running for office. 1 Nature has sown in man the seeds the of knowledge, but they must be culti- o1ne vated to produce fruit. DeI call A man that keeps riches and enjoys old, them not, is like an ass that carries the; gold ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 September 1879

AlN OUINOEMEN~S. We are authorized to announce the name of Dr. THOMAS 3. BUFFINGTON, as a candidate for State Senator to rep resent the District comprising the parish of EasIt Batoin Rouge, subject to Demo cratic Ilolminatiolln. We are authorized to announce the nari, of M.. E. MARTINEZ, Esq., ano a candiidate for Representative in the lower House of the Oeneral Assenmbly, subject to the nomination of the Demo ir:,tic party. We are auithorizedl to announce the name of 1)r. R. E. AMBIROSE, as a can dlidate for Representative to the Lower IHoIse of the General Asslembly, subject to the ominatniiolnl of the L)Democratic paarty. VWe are authorized to announce the InamIe of J. W. BATES, Esri., the present injellent, a it candidate for Sherifl; siubject to Democratic nomination. W1e are authorized to announce T. IT. CORCORAN, as a candidate for the ollice of Sherif, subject to the action of the I )ebtocratic 'Parish Convention. i'lease announce ALVAN E. READ, a.n a candidate for Jtudge of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 September 1879

J hq Sowiriana a(apitoliall, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIE PARISH As a rule mankind find it more blessed to give than to receive a practical joke. Moses never baad the gout. This, says an exchange, was one of the "missed a'hesn" of Moses. "Those whom the Glods love die young." That's what becomen of all the honest advertising agents. 1The1 man who frequently maken the reni:rk that lie in a gentleman is afraid that people will not otherwise find it out. 'uinning men alwuse git beat in the long run, bekanuse they are just as dull on one side az they are sharp on the other. The rooster that will leave his crow half crowed, to gobble a worm, may not bIe :a msiiical success, but we will bet on him for all that. 'The hardest thing in the orld for a young woman to do is to look uncon cerned the first time she comes out in a handsome engagement ring. It in said that Harry Hyame proposes soon to get out a patent on the Capito lian punch. He wants a lawyer, how ever, who will take his fee in "sort....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 September 1879

B i e w.. . Les-.T , BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBER 27, 1879., flnliMher miii, Proprietor . " .L. BL..L. JJdJ iU 1 9 1..'f ----------L ATTORNEYS. .IT LAN(I Attorney and Counselor H. t Law  )onaIdaonvlle, La. Will ipractioc in all courts of the State of Lon psiana. jyl9 TrHOMAS B. DUPREE, Attorney and [ Counselor at Law. Oflfe: No. 6, 'ike'Hs How Baton Roge, La. Will practice in the State and .ederal court mnay31 V. W. aIItERTHON... 8 . HM. RIltTSON. W. & S. M. ROBERTSON, Attor E,1eys and Coulnselors at Law. Office on North loulevard street, Baton Rouge, Ia. Will practice in the Iifth ind lsxth J.hlicial I)stricts. fewl A. M. IIh.IIRON..C. C. 11R)...IL. )D. IWAL . lTERlkON, BIllRD & BEALE-Attor 11 ,ys at Law. Office on North Bon lhvard ltreet, near this Postoflice, lBaton tongI, L.a. Will attend to all law bust neSs entrusted to them in this and ad joining parishesn. feb II. M. IAVIItOT......... J* II. LAMON. 1,AVROT & LAMON-Attorneys at SLa:w. Office on North Blo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 September 1879

L, JOURNAL ,FJ TI: PAR[SH L E O N JA0''1( IS K IfiI, :tnfl Mimi it em P4 lr Aw r R iialror.1 - s: 'RU,, Y, S'hm'I'. 2)7, 1879., --OItS A WILTZNO I.')JIS A. WILTZ, ; O Y GERTAIN PAPERS SUPPORT ,I GEN. OGDEN. I S'crylfdy knows that the New Or " . Times conducted as it is undery S piceps of Messrs. Charles Clin . ,en'vy C'. Dibble and others, is , :ing elso than ia itepllicn paperI il ,.guinlse. Another organ the Amlite ;, leper'lent, is of a very shaky t : I'nri' ii'',ll as fiar as I)cnocracy is " Ii view\ of' thes prel'lises it requliires , ... litile political sagacity to discover ' Smiotive that actuates these jour- d .1, illn un1pporting (;en. Ogden's canl The Presidaiitial calnlpaigii is about I 'en, iand the key nlot.e of the lie- o .I''li(clls is an usuall,'"blood and tlihul - :." Therefore, if the renowned -,taih of tuhe Lolisianlt Whiite Lea a .rs could be placed at the headul of p :ie Democratic ticketL, ai two-fold ol- 'li .;t couldt lll e ait ined. iintd lcr the cry N St, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 September 1879

gh4 ouiOiana (apitolian. A1NOUNOEMENTS. Weo are authorized to announco the name of )r. THIOMAS J. iIUFFINGTON, as a candidate for Statie Senator to rep resent the I)inl rict .omllprisinhg the parish of East Baton Rouge, subject to Demo cratic, nomination. We are authorized to announce the name of M. E. MAIRTINiEZ, Isq., as iL candidate for Repre.sentative inl the lower Ioiuse of the (tGeneral Ass4embly, snllmijet to the nominlinili of the Demo cratie party. We are anuthorized to aInlnounce the name of Dr. I. E. AMBROSE, as a can didate foir iepreilentative! to the Lower Hlilse of the General Assembly, subject to the nomination of the Demiocratic p],arty. We are a:uthoriz''ted to annlounce the lmane of .l. W. BATES, Esq., the present in.nbilient, 1an i candidate for sherilff sulbject to i)enmocraItic noinnlatitin. We are aulthorized to annonlce T. 1i. CORCORAN, Ias II clandidte for the ,oflie of Shllrifl, snllllject to the aIctioll of thle Democrlatic lParish Convention. IPleaset a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 September 1879

-9110 joubiuni al laptolion. )i:FICI AL JOURNAL op Tun PARISH I'l!il:c tihe flea, when you put your Ii'i'.rs  o the hornet, he's there. A ldy lip-town, joking about her sa:ie, said: "I had nothing to do with tih:aping it. It was a birth-day present." lc::rer-"'Thin your hair out a bit, i ! C!utolner-"No; never mind, My .vifi attendt-, to that; but just oil it well. A Iphsiciat has discovered yellow feiver germs in ice. The safest way is to boil your ice before using it. This kills the .ernis. A Clinton man wants the man who r,olt his well bucket and rope to come bilac and take the well, as it is of no use; to hiim now. S;:ving is a habit, like smoking or the takirig of snuff; if you begini it, andl go on for a time, you come to have a pas- I sion for it in the end. Hlow strange that the stratas of love anl hate liesoclose together thatit takes but, litfle to bring the latter uppermost, when, under the pressure of unkindness or ittjustice. "lnuvestigator" wants to know what is !i:,w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 October 1879

I~ ·..' :+l 79tf !uw:· t .:~ . M I -. - ~ fl L 0 1 11 wa reumes.BATON 1EOUQA,0LUSIANA TOBE Publirshwe ad Proprietor. __ __ _ _ ATTORNEYS. 1T 8. LANG, Attorney and Counselor . . at Law Donaldsonville, La. Will practice in all courts of the State of Lou isiana. jyl9 mHOMAS B. DUPREE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office: No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge La. Will practice in the State and Federal courts. may31 F. W. ROBERTSON... 8. M. ROBHRTSON. E W. & S. M. ROBERTSON, Attor J. neysandCounselorsatLaw. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the Fifth and Sixth Judicial Districts. feb8 A. S. HF.RRON..C. C. BIRD...L D. BEALE. -JERRON, BIRD & BEALE-Attor 11 neys at Law. Office on North Bou levard street, near the Postoffice, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ,less entrusted to them in this and ad joining parishes. febg H. M. FAVROT......... J II. LAMON. FAVROT & LAMON-Attorneys at SLaw. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 October 1879

S louiana 4apitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or TIa PARISH LEON JASTREM8KI, (Editofr uisd ButIne~a Mnasaiy. SATURDvaY, OcT. 4, 1879. --OR GOVLIINO-R LOUIS A. WILTZ, --0 ORIAANi- flow long does a man's political standing keep, when he follows eve ry boom that is made against what he says is his party i "What's that about the State being no sick that no other man but a Doc tor Ogden can save it t" said an old lady across the way yesterday. What kind of a Democrat is he who participates in a party primary or a convention, and when the elec tion takes place 'booms' for candidates who are not on the regular ticket I Like Gen. John P'ope, the Hon. E. John Ellis, so they say, haviuig issued several booming manifestoes, intends to establish his "Headquarters in the saddle" during his' sojourn here next week. No one is compelled to vote at a pri mary election, but when lhe does-' even though it be a blank ticket--he is in honor bound to stand by the whole ticket. Such is the rule of all politica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 October 1879

~h i uolianm Enpft.Itfrn. ABOUNOIEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the name of Dr. THOMAS J. BUFFINGTON, an a candidate for State Senator to rep resent the District comprislug 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. I. E. AMBROSE, as a can didlate for Representative to the Lower House of the General Assembly, subject to the nomination of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce the nnmeo of J. W. BATES, Esq., the present ine.nmlant as a candidate for Sheriff, 1ubiject to b)emocratie nomination. e are authorized to announce T. II. CORCOAN, as a candidate for the ollice of Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic Parish Convention. Please announce ALVAN E. READ), an a candidate for Judge of the Seven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 October 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL orF TIEM PARISH When alone watch your thoughts; in your family your temper; in company your tongue. When you meet a lady in company don't refer to the time when you used to carry her to school twenty years ago. "Thou will not lie mine ?" "I cannot George, I lovest another." "Enough I I startfor Yazoo City to-night. Farewell!" -[Herald and Presbyter. A woman was told to "make oath" in aNew llaven court. Sheiblushing by said "damn it," and protested against the rigor of legal necessity.-[Susan A. An thony. It is generally the man who doesn't subscribe for a paper, who sends the edi tor a communication pitching into somUo body or something, and signs it "Many Readers." The young lady whose lover wrote her that heo was doing duty on the tented field, afterwards ascertained that instead of fighting Indians, lie drove a team for a circus. The Buffalo Express insinuatingly shrieks that the "sun never soets on Da vid Davis," and it is lucky for the sun that David Davis neve...

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