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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 October 1879

!- i' 'ir*iyrE.r Ur ( w. A IjeSUEU BATON ROUG~E, 18.f ulserand Propwibtow. L U 4 Aý ATTORNEYS. H 8. LANG, Attorney and Counselor . at Law, bonaldsonville, La. Will practice in all courts of the State of Lou sinana. jyl9 THOMAS B. DUPREE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office: No. 6 Pike's Ro* Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal courts. may31 E. W. ROBEIRTSON... S. M. ROBERTSON. E W. & S. M. ROBERTSON, Attor . neysandCounselorsatLaw. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the Fifth and Sixth Judicial Districts. feb8 A. H. IIEItRON..C. C. BIRD...L. D. BEALE. HERRON, BIRD & BEALE-Attor Ilneys at Law. Office on North Bon levard street, near the Postoffice, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this and ad joining parishes. febp iH. M. PAVROT..........J. H. LAMON. FIAVROT & LAMON-Attorneys at F Law. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law business entrusted to t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 October 1879

h4 ouisiana Qapitoaln. OFFICIAL JOURNAL oF m PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Buminess Manager. SATU'RDAY OCT. 11, 1879. -FOR GOVElRNOL LOUIS A. WILTZ, -OF ORLEANS- For Lieutenant-Governor, S. D. McENERY, of OUACHITA. For Attorney General, J. C. EGAN, op CLAIBORNE, For Secretary of State, WILL A. STRONG, of WiNN. For Auditor of Public Accodnts, ALLEN JUMEL; op IBERVILLE. For Superintendent Public Education, E. H. FAY, op EAST FELICIANA. DISTRICT & PARISH. DisTncrT JUDGEo-H. N. SHERBURNE. ,', ATTonsY--Q. W. JCKNER. STATE SENATOR--T. J. BUFFINGTON. REPRESENTATIVE-J. KLEINPETER. 1" --S. M. ROBERTSON. CLERK OF COUml'-B. F. BRYAN. SIIERIFF-J. W. BATES. CORONER-P. H. JONES. THE STATE TIOKET. We believe that the Democrats and the people generally throughout the State will hail with satisftaction the announcement of the ticket selected by the late Convention-a body com posed of the representative men of every section-one that reflects great credit upon the intelligence and pa triotism...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 October 1879

hq jousisiana (bpitoUn. LOCAL MATTERS. If you wish to insure your sugar house,they dwelling, store or life, call ipon Gourrier fee. & McNair, (eneral Insurance Agents, lhfo Baton Roug6, La. fath Next week official returns will be lasti made, which will contain the names of who all the Justices aln Constables chosen that by the D)emocrats of this parish. of N Sou Owing to oversight, an error occurs in our tabulated statenment of the primary loni vote received by Mr. Burgess in the 4th Ing ward. Oflicial promulgation will cor- late rect the error, which will be given in Z" our next issue. ine, 'rThe Rapide delegates-Messrs. Tex- tirit ada, Lucket, Ryan and McGilmn y-were Con among the callers at the CAI'I'rrIAN. trot These popular gentlemeln were in li lint health and spirits and represented their way constituenots with their accustomed blsi faithfulness and ability. We tender 'tin them our sincere thanks for the honor IlyI they did us in rClnetmbering us. We wish them a safe retu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 11 October 1879

AFTER HARVEST. It is after harvest the farmers say, And the falling leaves are brown; The golden grain is on its way To old Now Orleans town. Joy shall lighten the hearts of all, And peace dwell on each brow, And garnered wealth of fruitful fall Succeed the blade and plow. Ceres has blown her bugle horn, To call the men afield, To gather up her ripened corn, And bless them with her yield; But soon the note shall sound afar, Unto the rising sun, And cheer on cheer slall fill the air, The busy work is done. The fanner for each golden pile Takes back the rolls of green, , With wads of scrip and cheeks the while, Sandwiched so neat between, And with his ready hand provides For rough old King Winter; And promptly goes and pays besides The bill he owes the printer. THE MAN-EATER. Some years ago I was riding with a friend through a street in Luck-now, when in the middle of the road we canm upon a bloody mass, apparently the re mains of a woman, but brnised and la cerated, and crushed almos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 October 1879

LOIJSIANN I :f :lp i ý - w. A. LeS , BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, OOE , Pllrlnsrt antlPmrreb. 'J'-'L'J4JJ-i5L A ,IinVrNVht'11 .- ".. I ..-... .. . -- ATTORNEYS. H S. LANG, Attorney and Counselor . at Law DoJenabldnville, La. Will . ractice in ali courts of the State of Lou siana. Jy19 A THOMAS B. DUPREE, Attorneoy and j Counselor at Law. Offi08ce: No. 6 I'i Pike's Row Baton Roie, La. Will practice in the State and I}ederal courts. Ta may31 111. W. RBOaTRB()N... H. M. uaOIIKHTrsON. W . & 8I. M. ROBERTSON, Attor- I E.a ..nil Cousel.lor.af a. offc on North lionlevard street IBaton Rougeo, La. Will practice in the 1 ifth and Sixth An Judicial DIstriots. fbH A. 8. II IRIRON..C. C. 11IR1...1. 1). RIEALIC. HUEHION, BIRD) & 1BEALl.-Attor- Yo H naeys at Law. Ofllo oni North Jou levard street, near the PoIstotlc, lBaton Au Rouge, La. Will attend to all lawbusni nesy entrusted to thon in this and a i Joining parlsles. febl Yo II. M. IAVIIo'...........I. II. L.AMON. ( FAVROT & LAMON-Atto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 October 1879

h4 ý~ouiaiwn\ Q0apitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or nit PARISH LEON JASTEEMBKI, Editor and Bunsiness Manager. SATURDAY, Ocr. 18, 1o79. -FOR (o1VIvNOR- LOUIS A. WILTZ, -OF ORLEAN8 For Lieutenant-Governor, S. D. McENERY,o OUACOHITA. For Attorney General,. J. C. EGAN, oF CLAIBORNE, For Scerotary of State, WILL A. STRONG, op WINN. For Auditor of Public Accounits, ALLEN JUMEL, oF IBERVILLE. For Superintendent Public Education, E. IH. FAY, oF EAST FELICIANA. DISTRICT & PARISH. DISTRICT JUDGE-H. N. SHERBURNE. « ATTORNEY-O. W. BUCKNER. STaa TSENATOR-T. J. BUFFINOTON. REPRESENTATIVE-J. KLEINPETER. S -S. M. ROBERTSON. CLERK OF COURT-B. F. BRYAN. SaERIPk-J. W. BATES. CORONER-P. H. JONES. RALLY, DEMOCRATS I BGRAND RATIFIOATION MEETING 1 TO TAKE PLACE AT BATON ROtOE Tuesday, Ootober 21st, 1879. Gov. L. A. WViltz, IHons. S. D. Mc Enery, J. C. Egan, Allen Jumel,,E. II. FaIy, W. A. Strong, E. A. Burke, HI. N. Ogden, E. John Ellis, Albert Voorhies, Don Caffrey, B. F. Jonae, Andrew S. HolTron, Robt. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 October 1879

9h4 jonimna dClpiai toI LOCAL MATTERS. Pulling hard against the tide! The tol, v independent boomers are having a hard ted. time pushing their canoe against the gentl Democratic wave. We admire pluck Chain and daring, but there is such a thing as Wiec reckleessness when a man undertakes to and butt a bull off a bridge or to pull a Andr a volcano out by the roots. ttize TRuE BLE.--To an error of Meessrs. Th E. C. Palmer & Co., are we indebted for suba the "true blue" appearance of the CAPI- end 1 TOLIAN this week. Instead of black, as nity ordered, they sent us blue ink, If this absol error is taken by our readers as signify- amot uing that our paper is "true blue" for the it re Democratic ticket all the time, why then lend we say amen--so be it! to tl nate OUR FERRY BOAT.-The City Council nate has passed a resolution extending thirty upoi Bate days time to the lessees of the ferry, wherein to supply a steamer as per con tract to fill the void caused by the sink wrecking of their...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 October 1879

TO 'MY BOY, My grief wouldle too hard to bear If I had seen the last of thee; My sorrow would become despair, No thought could cheer or comfort me. And still thon'rtmine, thou yet doestlive, I see thee yet, but through the veil Which hides thy foam, my faith can give As sure a sight though sense may fail. I see thee free from earthly stain, tI see they in peace without alloy, I seeCO no sickness nIOW, nor pain- ' How can I Imourn for thee, my boy. And, oh! I. see through all the years, Of all the ages yet to come, No hurt, no taint, no sin, no tears, Can shade thy now perennial home. But what h oost thou, my darling boy, In those strange scenes of light and I bliss? Who cares for thee, my life, my joy, Who takes my place-who takes my 1 kiss3 I know not, yet I see in all The living host of Paradise, A welcome for thee, great and small, To meet thee from their seate arise. The Patriarchs, the Martyrs blest, The saints of old, the saints of now, Rise up to bring thee to thy rest, A sin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 October 1879

LC*7iiANA&, I. Iy 1 LN ,rr w esonna, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, OCTOBER 25, 1879 Yuielhlle luld n Proprietor. :-; Y ! * ATTORNEYS. Sn. LANG, ~Attorney 11t, Ceountsclor HjtLaw I)oelaeilenoeiviIhe , La. Will piriaetrive ini ui& coeurtu of thet $tato of Lou ti1klii. jylo mT llt)lAt IS. iiilI'hlslr, Attorney and (I '( eeuulerr i tt Law. Office: No. 6, IPike'n Hoew, Iiat4)il ongI.', La. Will ,ne eli et' in t he. Sate' atnted Iletlerit Icoeeeirta. 14. \V. IiIRP.I"It)N 1..M. M. fnle)RcCflIJN. ' W. &. S. M. RcoIrUznhr ON, A ttor II'~nI(eon,,oeeillat Lakw. O1lk'e 'ec N orthu itllcilVIutil atroet liatoil Roluge, IL. Will prra.et'ie i tlhe 1I' iftlh iand Sixth .Ieelie'riil I)eatrie't. febhH A. 14. iJE RRON . . C. C. iit1le... 1. 11. nIKAiF.l LI EleI tN, 1H11 & I& EALf-Attur L j ne ya at Law. (01111.' on Nottlu heu levirdl attet., near the l'Pntotnette lntena Ileonig, I's. Will iktteild to all t law 1lni ltIMS elntTuit4'(i to tleeim in thlis anti ill "icitling prrri~rlrc º. MIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 October 1879

9 ouiQirnrn aapitoUan. OFFICIALJOURNAL or? TH PARISH _LEON JABThEMSKI, Rdittrr nuld BupIzsnum~ MStaibWf9. AS,1 1('Ir.1}', )crl. 25, 1879, -PYoll (lOVJCRNRl- LOUIS A. WILTZ, -OF 0UJalRANl4 F'or i~iotttonsut.A(Iovornor, S. D. MUl NEn Y, of OQUACIITA. F~or A~ttotnl y Geaneral, J. (i. EkGA N, OF I LAWDORNZE, For S evrekry of State, WILL A. STRONG, oF WINK. For Auditor of Public Accounta, ALLEN JIJ3M EL, op TtiRcRr1 . ~,Far Suttpuiiiafendntzu Public Ediucation, E. 11l. F'A Y, OIF I41AST FEEIfOahff. DISTRICT & PARISH. Dismfe'r , z,)ou-Ii. N. SJIERRBURNE. " Ar'rou VY--G}. WV. IBUCKNER. STATE 1czJAIoR- -T. J. BUFFINOTON. RI'ItJ4I NTATIvci -J. KLEINPETER. ---8. M. ROIBERTSON. CLERK 0VP Co('utT--Ii. Fi. BRYAN, SrnculvPk -.. IV. BATES. ConoNran--"P. It. JIONES. ARRBIVAL OF GOV. WILTZ AND PARTY. On last Tuesday, the steamer Gay reachebl our iending, having on board Uovs. Wiltz and McEnery, 11o). S. D. McEnery, t len. It. L. Gibson, M. C., Gen. Floyd King, M. C., and Hon. Geo. W. Dupre. Alth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 October 1879

fVJ'r #biuana Eapitoianr LOCAL MATTERS. Wilts, the Constitution and the Demo cratic ticket from first to last, is the cry in this part of the State. M. Chawbers, President, has issued a call for a meeting of the Parish Central Cownmittee. See notice elsewhere. The editor of the Colfax Chrou(cle writes us that the people of that parish are enthusiastic for the Democratic State ticket. The Shreveport Standard now conmes to us as a morning paper, much brighter and wore attractive than ever. We hopm,the worthy proprietors every suc l'l'HN. A correspondent of a certain exchange speaks of a "beautifiul time" hIe had at a picnic. It in tow in order for the Donaldsonville Chief to lift up its claslus cal voice and explain. The editor took his departure yester day morning for a short trip to the city. He left in such haste that we couldn't end out whether his 'occular affections' were of a clhanracter serious enough to requlire the 'intervention' of friends. A ntilff Tlipper lip in what the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 October 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL or THE PARISH Old Doubleskull has just found out that quinine is a medicine. He says that he thought all along that it ws the name of some confounded lase ball clyb' "That's the smallest horse I ever saw," said a countyman, on viewing a Shetland pony. "Indade, now," replied his Irish companion, "but I have seen one as small as two of him." A young man has been courting one girl five years, and every time he has called during the past six months she has fed him on pop corn. But he does niot take the hint-and pop. When the girl who has encouraged a young man for about twoyeetrs suddenly turns aronnd and tells him she can never Iet more than a sister to him, hlie can for the first time see the freckles on her nose. "Neverleave what you undertake iun til you can reach your arms around it and clench your hands on the other, side," says a rccently published book for young men. Very good advice; but what if she screams i A gentle, epirituelle woman who can't go out into th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 November 1879

t I,ý .YdS. ý . l anud e BATON ROUGE, LOUIS "A,..,, P u blinhor and P ropri im un ni Irtor. I.~III l i .O • . ... A. " .* * i." : _;,,,. .- . ' -*7 -, A TT'IOIN EYS. I 3. LAN(G, Attorney and Counselor 1 , at Law, Dlonaldsonville, La. Will practice in all courts of the State of Lou isiana. Jy19 TIIOMAS, B. IDPIREE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office: No. 6, -'ike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will pr:actice in the State anld Federal courts. R. W. JiROBlKrTON... , Ml. JIOIBERTIHON. ' W. & 4. M. R. I(OIBERTON, Attor F/, ne3 ysn1dCseIlorsat Law. Office on North lBouletvard st reet, Baiton Rougo, Ia. Will lpr:it ie in the Fif'tll and Sixth Jluieial Districts. fehi8 A. S. IIVIl1oN..C. (. 1:11iD...L. . IIEALIE. I 'ERRON, BIIRD) & BEALE-Attor 1 .neys at Law. Otflhe on North Bou levard street, near the Postotlice, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all lnw husi neWss entru'sted to theti in this and ad joining parishes. feld~ II. M. FA vaoWT........... II. I.AM)oN. 1.\VR'IT & LA....

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

SG oiiana eapitiun. OFFICIAL JOURNAL ofr mI PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, IEditor and Business Manager. SATUrDAY, Nov. 1, 1879. -FOR GOVERNOR LOUIS A. WILTZ, -OF ORLEANS- For Lieutenant-Governor, S. D. McENERY, OF OUACHITA. For Attorney General, J. C. EGAN, op CLAIBORNE, For Secretary of State, WILL A. STRONG, OF WINK. For Auditor of Public Accounts, ALLEN JUMEL, or IlERVILLE. For Superintendent Public Education, E. H. FAY, OF EAST FELICIANA. DISTRICT & PARISH. DIsTRICT JUDGE-H. N. SHERBURNE. " ATTORNEY-G. W. BUCKNER. STATE SENATOR-T. J. BUFFINGTON. REPRESENTATIVE-J. KLEINPETER. -8. M. ROBERTSON. CLERK OF COURT-B. F. BRYAN. SHERIFF-J. W. BATES. CORONER-P. H. JONES. For want of space, we defer some unpleasant talk till our next issue. Speaking of Independents the St. Landry Democrat says: "Beware of 'wolves in sheeps' clothing !" We would suggest to the Meridion al that it either take the Democratic ticket down from its mast-head, or cease its unjust and unwarranted thrusts at the head...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 November 1879

LOCAL MATTERS. Considerably mixed-Independents. Democrats, rcemiember the polionous "Buckeye !" The Democrats mnast go to work, if they expect to sncered. Ah, boys! don't you see the whites of their yeve! Blow that independent mask off, and-you see no Democratic senti ment underneath! What is it I? As waste and worthless lands can be made to yield abundantly by proper care and cultivat.ion,'no can arid and barren hearts be reclaimled by kind and sympa thetie endeavors. The mnnehinery of the old ferry boat Sophie was shipped last Sunday to lie placed in Mr. Givens' new boat, which will be blrought down at the earliest practicable day. Some of thie carpet-baggers want of flie again. Look out., heoys It is the se.nel, old rat with a part of his tail cut off! Deneirits, e'lit it off right behind their ears this time ! Vote the independent ticket, and you drive It spoke in the wheel of National tRdi",nlisln, the party which strives to stitle every principle of Southern free don. The Smnt...

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

-- -= lBa OFFICIAL JOURNIAL o''hE PARI~Ut e Sand If von lot a man a loan he will let you hour alone, for a long timhne. pret Flies work from aun to sun, but the At tl mnosquito's work is never done. year "Pl joii you presently," said t!e4 in- n iuii inter to the young couple, as lie went for card the church keys. Ieai If a young lady is pining to know fill v whether lie loves her or not, she should men visit the bank and they'll teller. ,ius There is an English woman visiting in scra Portland, Maine, who in forty-four yearsc of age, and is the mother of 21 children. Iii Queen Victoria hardly ever falls into h ji the vulgar and pllehian habit of catching twee cold. She thinks it's sneezy thing to The avoid. _ tion A nan dying recently in St. Louis hleft. deat (to)1o to an hdlividual who, years hefore, conl raln away with his wife. lie said in the mnys will that he never forgot a favor. arol There is something iassning strange oti abollt hlluman nature. If a man had to wer support, hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 November 1879

BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, NOVE PubYlieher and Proprietor. mmm ATTORNEYS. H 8. LANG, Attorney and Counselor -, at Law bonaldsonville, La. Will practice inll a courts of the State of Lou isiana. jy19 THOMAS B. DUPREE, Attorney and Comunselor at Law. Office: No. 6, .Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the 8tate and Federal courts. may31 E. W. RO)B.RTSON... S. M. ROBEItTSON. E W. & S. M. ROBERTSON, Attor . neys and Counselorsat Law. Office on North onulevard street, Baton Rouge, "La. Will practice in the Fifth and Sixth .Judicial Districts. feb8 A. S. HERION..C. C. JIID)...L. D. BEALE. HT ERRON, BIRD & BEALE-Attor SHneys at Law. Office on North Bou levard street, near the Postoflce, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law husi ness entrusted to them in this and ad joining ,parishes. fehW II. M. FAVIIOT..........J. II. LAMON. I law. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Ronge, La. Will attend to all law business entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. feb8 gEO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 November 1879

$q Joniasiani Opitoaitol OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF nuc PARISH' LEON JASTREMSKI, PEditor and Bu.sindge Manager. SATURDAnY, NoV. 8, 1879. -FOR GOVERNOR LOUIS A. WILTZ, -OF ORLEAN*- For Lieuttenant-Governor, S. D. McENEIRY, oF OUACHITA. For Attorney General, J. C. EGAN, oF CLAIBORNE, For Secretary of State, WILL A. STRONG, of WxIN. For Auditor tof Public Accounts, ALLEN JUMEL, oP IBERVILLE. For Superintendent Public Education, E. H. FAY, oP EAST FELICIANA. DISTRICT & PARISH. DISTRnr JUDGE-H-. N. SHERBURNE. " ATTrORNEY-G. W. BUCKNER. STATE SENATOR-T. J. BUFFINGTON. RRPRESENTATIVE-J. KLEINPETER. " --S. M. ROBERTSON. CLERK OF COURT-B. F. BRYAN. SHERIuPF-J. W. BATES. CORONER-P. H. JONES. Who are the white leaguers now, "long John" or the same ones? We are mixed. What kind of a couch will it be, on which our independent lions will lie down by the side of the radical lambst If they were our nearest relatives, we could not vote for the independent candidates under the present circum stances. A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 November 1879

Ptq Jouiin ta pitalian. LOCAL MATTERS. Jul ha Our thanks are extended to Wm. 0. be Waller, Esq., for files of late Northern fri papers. th The attention of the Baton Rouge en Zonaves is called to a notice of an im- th portant meeting to be held on next do Wednesday evening. ho on "Show me a people," says Froude, ha "whose political principles are uncer- dig tain, and I will show you a people s whose religion is a sham." "That don't e apply to us," squeals the politician who to is neither Democratic nor Radical. hi The business season being fairly upon ta us, we have begun this week to draw te attention to the facilites afforded by our ra advertisers in their several branches of sal trade. In our next issue and the one va after that we will give every one a hi raking over. 4 th The District Court opened its session here on last Monday, Judge Chas. McVea presiding. The grand Jury have re been engaged at their usual dluties all he the week. Very little business has been transacted so f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 November 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL or Tlr. PARISH weepilng conclu omm-the train ofa a lady's dress. d E veryhody htt's at a nonkey, but no- ti body respecks him. It The length of a lndles train should a never be uander a foot. "His profossionl What is his profes- 1 Msont" "Madamlle, pedals musie." t A negro struck by lightning finally 'I jUnl"ed iup, saying, "Who fire dnt gun f', t Ani Eri girl calls a fellow,who is a meln' t ler of the Michigan crow, ltr evelling's tlr. "Most people negllect the eye," says a ' writer. Prize-fighters don't. They always t go right for it, t 'Thl latest London song is called: "My Love She is a Kitten." It would maln ke a splendidl wrenade for a slmall back-yard ,party. The'1 young oman who wrote and istked e his girl to accept a "bucket" of flowers, t I.comie a little pale when she said she wooden Ware it. "leaunty and booty," says a young t manl , "is all right except whent e the idaighter's heanty Is aeconmpmnmih'd by tle oll gentlemalnt 's boomtee." lo The divorce...

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