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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1879

LO ISi ANA CAPI `.;, . ..U. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, NOVEMBER 15 1879. --o. "s-o mma am immulilm e I amm- m -mm e mmm m mmm mmnn i m agmamm i m- nlm nmemim immma m mmu s ilil I Il i i1I ll m mmmn mm l i m lml limi lmMI Illl U l I II m mI 1111H i A'I' TORN1FY8. _. . ,v r .. ." ". nrr. r.rwnN r .Juv rnnC III~rrV ti. LAG At. Ii'ICIy nn1, AI'iouey nlor i, ia a. ,ylt' Iy I W . & H. M 11. U Iº I I11E, AItN, l Aot . i lii i I or I tiit I N o. 4. I _AI t('r How, I A Mt IN I toie iurttu. Witt Ir111-- · ICI hut IIIU utig Il XIy II ittl c itil Ill. L i v IitIi l' t i tt.. titi l II i nl.u i ttº .I1 111i('i;N1 1(, II(ci. lleH n1 \ I :III law. (Ill'. j il(()l 1I il No, rll. I~ ll ,) I I i;ill l I V 3 .1'63N .%' 1' 1 I 44I.I I 431 AI N lI1j'lIi43 '4114 1 romiN, 1414, :iii 4~ 3i :r1r1 I'It,'I, (1111 4f *,IllIºlg N, Sictl ,~ l'433 n~a(1l.I A lnISe o' w\elllle 11,(.1, ;I1(1 11441-3, ' Ii'lti :1}; Jlll"++ 121I llg 3133H ~~~,i. ANI3UE\V .II ~KMI IN. 1 l4,11 , I ill tii iiI ,11 1';I HIIIIii º 2 ll l...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1879

4 10 'uaiana _ apitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or uni PARISH ILEON .IIAT,.'R IMN KI, ,''l rVtM, Jr, Nor. 15, 1879. LOUIS A. WILTZ, iF.r fij41tý IeuLIIL-Uvvernxor, S. 1). M(I'NEUtY,o F OUACIIITA. FIn' Atftorney (4eiaornl, .I. C1. I':(IN, OF CI AIHoliNNR, IFnr Sucretary of State, WILL, A. STIONG, op WINN. F'or Aiwlilui of Pitbdie Aceounin, A ILI,;N .1J tM FL, oF 1m31mviViLi,,. F.or So :1 iii 'iidcit P'ublic I~~1iueiioii, J4* If. 1'"A Y, (.1 EAST IFELICIANA. DISTRICT & PARISH. 1I)iM'Vrlir J ,Jr(il--I1. N. HIIEJDUUNE. 44 A~rrrrorsslz--- . W. 11(JCKN U.H STATE, 14H N As rOrt--'T. ,I. Il I J FFIN(ITO)N. --"K. M. IU)IIEWC'I'MON. 1 ''I't1(~ ('wwr"1"-fI. F. BRYAN. Wi\'Ii all know who to tie to in the futur'ie, "'"'ickle nil and I'll tickle you" is thei bl1and of l'rotherwood that unites our Indl lndeti , to the (Chapmlnnan iaratn'o IRadicals. iEvery lmian who wunts good govern ninent tid the Capital at liaton Rouge, will vote for the COonAlitution, Wiltz aud the I )crnocratic ticket. E'vetry...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1879

LOUISIAiAi CAPITOLIN. NOV. 15, 1879----SUPPLEMENT. IM. D. LAGAN JA MACKISON LAGAN & MACKISO 6 & 8 COMMON STREET, NE'W ORLEANS, Hardware and Ship Clhanld By, STEAM, TELEGRAPH (" RAILROADP SUPPLIES Oils, Paints, Cordage, Waste, Tallow, Gumn and Hemp Packing, Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Copper, Brass and Ironi Wire; Manufacturers of the Best and most Improved STEAM TRAINS for the evaporation of Calle .Juice, Workers in Copper, Brass and Sheet Iron, and DEALERS IN GAS PIPES AND FI'TINGS. -I"r All Orders entrusted to us will be filled with dispntch. [vlin3 '- + -- C. O. D. ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE. Low Prices-Good Fits-Complete Stock-Custom-Made. All of our own Manufacturi'e, and Warranted to lie as Represented. A thorough 11nd well selected stock of Gen-ts' Furnishin.g Goods, -ILats, Caps, T'runks, Valises, IlUmlbrellas, etc.. an inmiiunsem' assortlutell t. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGL'RES-ONE PRICE ONIY ! None hut the best material-practical Cutters and Finishers arc emlloyed at th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1879

OFtI&AdrfMMEMliIl ' POLI CED TU.TEj. Parish of East Baton Rouge, -.. ,,. v. 11th, 18I, \ Regular meeting of the Jury. Present-Mr. F. Gardere, *President; .toiegudo, Mlilean, eesbt, Iirnic, Roberts and Graham. Tie min s 9 last meeting rvere examine Roberts' bridge, on the Comite river, wert gra tqurtlhr tip., Special Committee to ascertain the indet/tlneeq of the paie~~p rtsid si length, of which the following is a re capitulation, vi : Total Registered debt ........$20,70(r.69 Judgments vs. the parish..... 49,6077 Total...... .............. 8.75 The foregoing report i4s receive! and committee discharged, Prdellk Teaker was plaedlot the list of indigent poor, at $3.00 per month to date back to 1st January, 1879. . By Mr. Burnett : Resolved, That at the election, to be held on the second day of December next, 1879, a commis sioner of election be allowed to each of the three parties now 'liefore the people of this parish, to-wit: One commission er to the Demoertice party, one t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1879

4 'louisiana nrpitolian. LOCAL MATTERS. There are numerous signs that go to impress us with the belief that the bet ter class of Republicans will not folldw the lead of such apostles as Chapman, Baranco and others of that ilk. They will vote for the interests of our city aurl parish. Mr. Win. G. Waller is,one of those who don't belici'e that newspaper men are of "the blessed of creation." Appre clating their condition, he bids them be of good cheer, by extending many useful favors. The CAPITOLIAN returns thanks for several interesting journals. SOLD To.a GCEEN DAVIDSON is again in the field in our neighboring parish of Livingston. It is to hoped that the good people of that parish will "cook his goose" so completely that the old no litical prestidigitator will be eternally shelved. His career in the Radical Leg islature, not to speak of his many other short comings ouaght to lay him on the table forever more. Give it to him boys, all your might. An enthusiastic Independent Police Ju...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1879

4h4 Yoni siama apitoalian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or THE PARISH Why is a woodpecker like a tramp f Because heo bores for his grub. It is only the female sex who can rip, darn and tear without being considered profane. A man can dam a little, but it must be a mill-dam. A young fellow was the other day ral lying another on having a large month. "Yes," was the reply, "but the Lord had to make yours small so as to give plenty of room for your cheek." Long John didn't to go the Third ward on last Saturday. Ilis newly fledged poIpularity does not extent that far yet. As soon as the boys are ready to stomach hinm, he'll go. Barkus is willing. An unsuccessful vocalist went to the poor-house and delighted the inmates with his singing. lie said it was a nat ural thing for him to do,. as he had been singing to poor houses ever since he be gan his career. A Princeton professor, remonstrating with a sophomore for creating a disturb ance in the class-room, laid his hand in :sinuatingly upon the refract...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 November 1879

it 11 1 1M -.ý ýý Ry? BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, NOVEMBtR2,81 >..t.+..". . I li MAMAIhnnn·~nn/.I" nn nnM/NnMhry.I·W.MMI· I-i K. ANG,, Attkrn~y and C (:untlnolor ArrTOII))( NKY$.ll) 6,at Law D Itj coll11ls oltl v ntle, La. Will prSwtite in ll Mu(~IIrtn ol' thbo 8talA1º ofr Lpu ulIbna. JytU T W()MAM It. tiur l'l~K K, A ttarw. y fin I (onimneinr it Iaw. OffiIce: No. (E I'lko'n Row j1tata, n Mingo~ Ila. Will prsu~til~i In ti,., $taut. and 1"r.Ioru&I .,nurtm.. rnnry~ll _ -·------ Yu ~ P. W w, tqhir.KrME.N. . '4, M. iIoflitiMI)~lN. W. & H. M. WIKWOIJIiI'MON, Attaur nn Nortth Ikuetle~ioard mtr,4)IZ Ilfatonl ItoUngEo, I~IL WVill jruiit.{,1, iI t~hi Iý lftit jucu Mixtie A. N. IIII1lIIN ..1'. 1'. HIIIIJ. ..i.. i). JI KA.IC, 1 Kl0'lON, tuft) & ILEA Li --Attor .1 uIny Mt ' Itiw. 0111, oni North IloBn Illr ~ IIntrto4t, uiear theu 1'E)NtA,flhEat, Itit oil Haluig.', La. WIAl attlidtl to nal law Ibunt 1noM irntrllutnte 141 t~lwit In thin anuul mId JoEinIngC patrln. fiuI'N. 1I. M. MAV VI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 November 1879

ý ý %uininiaa Q apiolinn. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THEi PARISH I,'1oN JAp c'ikI, F~dttocr fuII~J4)S;l em's.. %rfltWE~yC1.· i Atc ýiuIz A 1, No v. 22, 1879. 1 -11011 (1(1VKI(N(ºU LOUIS A. W .ILTZ-,' For Tliolttmlif1t-l-oV('rITor, S. 1). MoENEIItY, of OuA(r1rr'A. 1 For Attorney ( teiiei'i, J1 C. EC~ AN, 01 (?11 AINORNF, For $ewvretiry Hof Mtaite, WILL A. STIRON(I, ov WINN.. For Alulltor of Pthllic Accouu ttr, ALLEN JIMElT, OP Tlif RVfTT1. For Suporinteouduut t 'uhlIic I~(idulcti tl, II Z. I"` Y, OF EAS\T INRIAC(TANA. DISTRICT & PARISH. Durnl'rlu .Ju'ino .--I. N. SIIEUI{ItUNIE. Ar h'rl'( M: Y--('1.1 . 111'f' K N E R H).PHMHNTAr'IvF-.J. 1I,;1Nl'E'IE'ER. --191 M. lKU'1'MO: IA1N. C)T(AýTP:It-1-'. It. JON)h'lfN. fest UP AND AT THEM I From every Ipelortio of the pristih lii wIIIIs of the most (enlouraging natutre c(li are cowingi in. Thie loyal citizens, ti)] whllo have at Ihart the presevlt.iollI of t of publict, mortals and the good name of tit coiiimmunity with which their the Aill in ide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 November 1879

LOUISIANA CAPITOLIAN. NOV. 22, 1879----SUPPLEMENT. (Grand Openinig of the Season ! 18 `4`UFA LL: WINTER STYLES..1880 GODCHAUJX'S +I NI) r+:I ('.ANAL S''IIE 'i'.................... NEW OIILEANS, LA New Goods, New Induemeniets, New Prices! I taropr I'lel redl tee Mnee º1 thej tie.' ~ ofe Taeel wei th'~ tie he' L1ATIEST AND MOST )'i MEN'S, BOY'S, YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S 4 lotlr~ing, Fuarnis~hing G(oods anlld Hats.. I hee l h mill1 trinll 'SAMPI'LE' ntcel INS'l'ICI'("I' II NM orImec eieNe~itjg wilin~egly Mee'it fill n11IcI.ieatieei. v 1ýIK (inth. P. P. TR ICOU .No_..........St._ 01 arle- Street. ......-oX".7 CRIUSO WU'T H - sL tZa U DEW C Geits' Furnishing Goods! CANES, UNMBRELLAS, PE.RFUIMERY AND FAN'CY' C.OOtS,, A hiruge' ieiidl1 w cll e cl'ti Slneuk ailwiyM cii Iisiil. 3 WJVX-T OF ( WU U)U)Ij t1ý b Ala LI1Y'Sl 033..33334 A.9'eI) $1.50 SHIRT! Th'li abvlc eiic Sli iin all te li clilfercect stylfhue-culeIn hcak-eolnepe freo et--withe eeecl withloutt cietbe+, etC. r 10:19 9 C C. O.D. ONE ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 November 1879

CAPITO LIAN HNaRRlnhoPir DmIf .MfllTINo. -It was in the seventh ward last week that the happy family enthused the natives. Mr. Andrew IiB. Booth, followed by Oscar Berhel and Duplesis, did the talking of the occasion. Mr. Booth astonished his listeners by telling thema that he had ceased to be a Democrat since the last few years, for the reason that the Demo cratic party had not fulfilled its pledges to the colored people, and had failed to give thenm their rights. He was their friend, etc., etc. What a pity that he has waited so long before making it known that he was such aezoalous friend of the colored man an4 brother I If he is not a Demoorat, what is he 1 Jlethel said lie would never be satie. fled until the Democratic party was ground under his heel ; and Daplesis well-ratified the whole business. Our enterprising merchants will do well to get In a supply of crackers- and cakes fran the renowned bakery of Mdr garet Haughoryv & Co., of 14ew Orleans. Christmas In coming, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 November 1879

LOAL M!A'T S. Dl The LoIisiaina 6rtiferedee oftthe;1IME. Church, South,- .il1 ,nmet dill Balsto Roige on fhe first «Wdn;il in inest Decembr. !P .Tyi' (C.1 '. liitk1h his thgt n placid us inder obligatfiotis fot several inter esting journals of tihe' National Capital. p We renew our grateful thnailu for his tion kinw irdiheieamraniI of thel ,yITOIJAAN, 1t77 Mr. R. J. liliinnin'1, of Port Indlson, Aid called to sete' ts on Minulay last. He in Ant an intelligent. and poilite youn'? genitle- Arc flm.n, anld like all our mt a1uictiFourth 1Ate Warders," th '%solid for Vilt and the Aft, I)einoer::tic ticket." Ale: Ande Messrs. E. L. Woodside and Enlnlett Auk Williams, of the "'Ironsides Fourth," 4( canit iii to eueehow the CAi*ouIAN.waS Ally progressing in this calmpaign. There's Ant niothing "lndopendent"about thsle two Ault straight I)einicrats, who, lite oiirsclt; Ale intend to stand to the "'pasteblolai" fromi Alta Tiltz down to Constablh. Art Ago The Acme Whinsky,.ftr whieb Captain A'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 22 November 1879

_ oisina Qapitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or TUs PARISH 'Tis passing strange that amid all the I mistakes of the world, nobody ever pass- a ed a quarter for a twenty-cent piece. d 0 8 They don't call them "soft" young c men now; the distressfully polite thing r is to say they are the down of society. After trying in vain to start a balky g mare, the driver touched her flank with ii a lighted elgar, saying, "I've tried all s means to start her, now I will try to r hack her*" a A young lady's hat blew off Friday morning and was run over by a broad wheeled cart. The ribbons were some what soiled, but the hatis now the very latest fall shape. n Joy is a shy bird, but when a man t comes unexpectedly upon a two-dollar I,, bill in the pocket of an old vest laid a aside last winter it flape its wings and It crows as loud as anybody's chicken, a ,An illiterate fellow, wishing to enter t softe animals at an agricultural exhibi tion, wrote as follows to the Secretary of the soelety: "Enter mo also...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 November 1879

4 t ,AO-AF,. . 0. " NBATON ROUGE LOUISIANA, NOVEMBER, 29, 18 " '9.. wl'ti U.iali.r I4l(| Pa-oin-itov.. 9 I ' • :!.  : V ( ); i .*. . AT'r'OINEYS, SJ. LANG, Attobroy Abd AM unn.lor i at Law, ionfldaI nvlle, Is, . Will 1racutike in all courts of the lt*'tof o, Lou isana. Jyl9 rrliOMA8 II. DUI'KitEE, Attorney and .1 Counaelor at Law. Offie: No. 6, P'ikg,'n Row IBaton Roaeo, La. Will praetce in thn 8tate and droral courts. 'W&ty3l ___ R. W. o(IIKirT$oN... N. M. ROIIICRItTON. V W. & 8. M. ROIEKt1'HON, Attor J. Tnynnil ul CInmoloratatw. t ()lni. un North lloi evared t Iltr tto l Rouge, La. Will pracetioe in thel) 1ifth llnd llxtlh Judlicial intr ta.i. fehM A. K. IIKIIIH ON..('. C. I111!)...L.. I. HIAIK.. 1 IE(It)N, 1IiDI) &i IEAlkE-A.tor 1 I0y1 at. Law. O()fti on North IIou 1lovartd struceo, nlear theb Pontoffice, laitont oougl, La,. Will at telnd to all law hui Ienu entrusted to tl~ hem l In ts and adl joinilng parishes,,1 felob II. M. PAVIIor............ 1II. I ,AMON. "L...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 November 1879

J OFFICIAL JOUR1 jA, ol ,r,. PARISH c LEON ,IASTIEIMSKI,(I FIdito.r nnltl| Bgpsit iMn 1%[hl4Cer. SSATUJIA V, NOT:. ,4 79. 1,~OR :OVEIRNIt- LOUIS A. WILTZ, --1) (ill.EANS- For [,itetatntll t-(4ovelrnor, S. D. 'McENEBRY.p" OACIII'rA. Por Attfo(iy kemweral, J. C. E( AN),P CLAtroiNE, For Secretary of ,tMate, WJ4,A. $TItONG, or WINN. For Auditor of Pitl)lic A'coounts, .ALLEN JUMEFJ, or I',BRVILLE. For SuperibntedEIt PaI1lic Education, E. H. FAY, oP EAST If'E.ICTANA. DISTRICT & PARISH. DrssTmcr JUrME,-ll. N. *IIERBURNE. " ArroalrY- . W. BU(fiNEIR. SrATI BINATORn-T. J. 1UIIFFINGTON. REiPRxENTATIVE---J. K(LEINPETEIR. S -S. M. OB1ERiTSON. CI,.ux or CODIRT--B. IF. IRYAN. Migniivu--.T. W. BATES. ('RONwln-P. rr. . ONES. A WELL MERITED TRIBUTE. coifo' It is said that one is never a prophl tvt at home. lie must indeed be a ThI imgritorioue citizen Awho can will the Illelu esteem lland love of his neighbors so lnand coinpletely, as it is manifested by the ion o membhers of the Clinton lia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 November 1879

It w LOCAL MATTERS. goot Read the addrrts of the I)Pemor·rptict plY" Mtsat Central Committee. REVF "Forward all along the line l', is the sed, f watcltword for Tuesay. i l.oafin Not more thcln six ltills fltote 'ta iM rveni can be levied under the new Constitu- of al tion. otetlomber that, vo'ter. trious Sthe o ''May, Mamboli, whenli ,f'A a Biaton ANSI IRotge mani look menin " "Whmu he stnlo a lsheelp or puts in do Wit box ,tile of doa' dIopAideidtpl bllt ia no tickith." grate Ilayni IA Jndot, the 'lioptlar and active an'c-- ovoi ,mtiner, is ready to att!end to all ums-N tf.4a In his1 litre. "None aldhrlstand it 1day, Iet ter thit hlie does, tnor are mrore promt il th in, alttelling to all 'nittlrs nt'Amted to lunn his care. We\ take pleCasure in calling prm the' attetiont of thei publie to the's facts. 'ite 1 lIT. UD. ToCKtln will le In Itat, l'S tm s c Rougo on I)ec:mlhgr lot, anl will attendll I u to all professiolnal calls at Mrs. Curran's, evr I Ilart, ad l Ilobert bank haildi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 29 November 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL or me PARISH Great domestic contest after the ion" eymoon--Whioh shall be the speaker of the new house. An Irish boy, "It's a very great pleas ure toºe alone, especially when your sweetheart is wid ye." A wrestling match differs somewhat from a political convention. The man who has the floor is at disadvantage. In Switzerland donkeys have bells on their necks. In this country it is not unusual to see them with belles on their arm. "A should have no objection to my viýes reigning," said an affectionate husband, "if it were not the fact that when she reigns she is so apt to storm also." Said a bachelor philosopher, "My S frend conducted his future wife to the altar-and here his leadership came to an end." The best excuse we ever heard was of the fellow who said he wanted to get into the next world before all the soft places were taken up. S 8nodgrass has the fault of abruptness. He says if you doubt whether to kisct pretty girl, give her the benefit of the. doubt, an...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 December 1879

rrý ý..r •S " . r .'°_ LT Y 04 W. A. LeSUIU,': and ILiaoR BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, DNCEMBlERI 6, 1879. Puh l,5hel and Pmprie~;sri ii' N le", IN N-p· M, ATTORNEYS. H S. LANG, Attorney and Connselor . at Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will practice in all courts of the State of Lou mNaina. Jy19 T fOMAS B. DUPREE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office: No. 6, Pike's Row Baton Rouge, La. Will jpractice in the State and Federal courts. may31 B.. W. I1OBIRTSON... 9. M. ROIBlRTSON. E W. & 8. M. ROBERTSON, Attor . neysandCounselorsatLaw. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the Fifth and Sixth Judicial Districts. feb8 A. 8. II~RRON..C. C. BIRD...L. D. BRALE. H ERRON, BIRD &lEALE-Attor Ineys at Law. Office on North Bou levard street, near the Postoffice, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi noess entrusted to them in this and ad joining parishes. febg II. M. FAVROT..........J. II. LAMON. VAVROT & LAMON-Attorupys at j Law. Office on North Boulevard ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 December 1879

11 Jouisiana apitolian, OFFICIAL JOURNAL or THs PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. SATURDAY, DEC. 6, 1879. BATON ROUGE IS THE OAPITAL, Our heart is filled with most joyful emotions as we announce the wel bme tidings to our long expectant community, that the Constitution has, beyond a shadow of a doubt, obtained its ratification by an overwhelming popular majority. Baton Rouge has thus regained the Capital, and a new ea is dawning before its inhabitants. Our city will from this moment at tract the attention of the outside world to its many natural advantages aPwell as t* the fertile country i around us, which will also feel the effects of its growth and prosperity. Our citizens must now look to the future as they turn their eyes to I wards the changed condition of affairs and awaken from their lethargy so that thrift and enterprise may charac terize them'wherever our community i~nmentioned. In exact proportion to the public spirit that must be manifested,will the re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 December 1879

Ihi jo lsiana apitlIlian .LOCAL MATTERS. t The election passed off quietly all over the parish. Not a single knock down was reported frkot any quarter. The Democratic candidates on the State and parish ticket obtained the majority with out a single exception. In another col umn we publish a tabulated stateltent of the vote cast except for the ward ofil cers, the returns for which we will give in our next issue. The St. Jamnes Hotel, in Now Orleans, we are pleased to see, is fast becoming the favorite resort of the travelling pub lie. M'. Leake, formerly of Bayou Sars, de one of the proprietors, and has con tributed much in rendering this magni ficeut hostelry one of the finest in the Month. The rooms are large and conm monlous, lind the table ls supplied with the best that the market affords. Every convenience is afforded its many pat rons. Withal the rates are exceedingly ntoderate, and the location central. I)EATII OF MR. EDWARD RIE)I..-OIn Thursday evening last a lat4e funeral co...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 December 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL or rnms PARISH A profsno nptartl-4he man who 'et on a bent h apin. Uirnhnlmeker--Mre who bet their w n101ey oun a champion athieto_ of any sort. 1 'Tliero ie a young mnllI In town calledI "i'ostr ;" not tn ac'mollunt of the Infor- t nation he Ilrnlshes, bint Iaeausa he iso Ill 1 "etuck-up." 'lIterrt are crtnl, n mn'llen who can lhe t Justly hateI d for the mnunld of their volee, am and yet thllmn ar this very chaps who ni wouldn't keep still ftr love or money. in Many girls wout. rather wear their statkitlgs with holes In them, than have a them darned, hlitsanl whell darn ml thny " ai e lmndtet, allmil girls profelr itel Alliv e. "l'aram nui.n ' sitall lltb, whel hntestp. It ped on a girl's foot in the ithncre, ")Donl't i npoig.ilizS," natsl Ole ,;i "l'allx Ot1 thellhohes g are fslhionatll le, anti we cain stand any. k thing for style." I lhltkewspetre ntevr rnpeateld. lThere was a gifted little boy In Kentucky who reumanthhal the immlortal hard In this itn portan...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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