ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Louisiana Capitolian Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,624 items from Louisiana Capitolian, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,624 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 December 1879

,e. .-; AcýMdw {a t : ý } tg W A BATON ROUGE, LOflISIANA I 4iai PubliuheV and Fwapria~tO. ATTORNEYS. I 8. LANG Attorney and Counselor . at Law bonaldsonville, La. Will practice in all courts of the State of Lou. Islana. jy19 rTi OMAS B. DB.IIEE, Attorney and CounsilOt at Lahr. Office: No. 6 Pike's Row Batoir BoRue La. Will practice In the State and Foderal courts. may31 M. W, Ron1IrIION... s. M. ROnRITSrON. 'Ir W. & . M. ROBERTSON, Attor .IJ neyeand CounselorsatLaw. Office onl North Boulevard street Baton Rouge, La. Will practicein the iftlh and Sixth Judicial DInstricts. feb8 A. M. IIRRON..0. C0. 1BIRD.. . 1. D IALIC. 1 ERRON, BIRD & BIEALE-Attor nli w at Law. Office on North Bon levard street near the Postolce, Baton Rouge, La. will attend to all law buss ness ettuAited to them in this and ad joining parishes. febp 1. M. FAVaOT..........J. i. LAMON. F AVHOT & LAMON-Attorneys at Law. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law business entr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 December 1879

$14 Iiia n apitalian. TI OFFICIAL JoURNAL or TUn PARISH bad pub1 LEQN JASTREM8KI, Editor and Business Manager. whe to h SATURDAY, DEc. 13, 1879. the - ` have THE OLD STORY. "Pil Lou We are told that the old scarecrow, relih was again shown to the colored peo- the pie during the late campaign, to ar- Si ray them against the Democratic par- the ty. Old Uncle Si and Aunt Betsy lati' Jane were made to feel very uneasy hav over the situation of affairs. Ten that chances to one that they would again dow be made slaves; and as far as their tele rights were concerned, it was no use thei to think about them if these cruel othe Democrate were elected. They'd bet- p ter get ready to leave for Kansas soon Der after Wilts became Governor. the It never occurred to those of our dre colored folks who took in such ridiuen- fan lons and exploded tales, that the the Nicholls government is the only one Pin since the war that has given peace to Louisiana. That the very Constitu tion containing the guara...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 December 1879

g4q ouinaun 4apolr. LOCAL MATTERS. Dr. Carter's leoture on hst Tuesday night, at the Methodist Chintch, was listened to with the greatest attedtion by the select and intelligent audience in attendance. It is considered by al to have been a most able effort from the learned and well known divinh; An extraordinary chance is offered our public at the sale of horses, mules, har ness, buggies, teams, etc., that will take place on the 22d instant, from the mure plus stock held by Robinson's Circus. We would advise purchasers who seek cheap bargains, not to fail to beonhand for the occasibn. We always aislike to talk about the weather, because everybody knows how it is himself, but ip to last Thursday mornming it was warm as in the spring time. Since then, though, an additional blanket or two thrown on of a night is considered under the head of articles of prime necessity. Look out for him! We mean B. A. Day; athisdrug store downtown he has been opening huge boxes containing all kinds of 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. — 13 December 1879

ý 4 Joultana Qfapitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL oFTnI PARISH "Yee," said Johnny, "lapons may be the latin for 'slip,'butI notice that when ma laps us it means a slipper." Long sentences are apt to be more , , than witty. Don't let some lpunster addl, "-eil if that ain't so." "I ralled twice aind found you out," said Mrs. Jones. "Very good," said Mrs. nSmith, "I had to call but once to find you out." A good collector of pills Is a man of acknowledged a-bility.-lhilehall Times. And he who pays cash in advance for his paper is a nan of no-bill-Ity. "Money does everything for a man," 1 said an old man pompously. "Yes," replied the other man "as some men will do everything for money." "Whom can we trust 1" is the black ti type enquiry of an exchange. It is of t no consequence. "Whom can we induce to trust us t" is the soul agonizer. r The woman who can see a defect in a her neighlbor's dress at five hundred h yards, in nine cases out of ten can't see A a hole in her husband's socks at three p...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 December 1879

fi Iif it i ...i I t LO \·! W. A n ual BATON ROUGE, LOtIAN 0I Yif omi mag m a 'l at I ý'ubl· i~, : CdPropretor xrTORlNEYS. Hr . LANG Attorney and Conoselor , at Law ib)onaldsonville, La. Will practice in all courts of the State of Lou Isians. jy1l9 IHOMAS B. DUPiEE, Attorney and r Counselor at Law. Offie: No. 6 Pike's R1hw Baton Ito11,1 La. Willt practice ln tile State and federal courts. may31 . W1 % I i HE RTS1'U N, Attor r nI('Ecnort. oran IatLaw. Ofice . ...u lvutarv 'et, baton Rouge, I a; t a ice in the 'lfth and Bixbth Juticial Districts. feh8 A. M. JISntIoN..E. (. DUnU)...L. I). lI ALM. HERIRON, HIRD & IBEALE-Attor L neys at Law. Office on North Bon Ievard street, near the P'oetoflce, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law buMi Inonn entrusted to tlhem in this and ad joining parishes. febp II. M. VAVII(Yr.. ...J.. . H LAMON. F AVROT & LAMON-Attorneys at Law. Office on North Boulevard strceet, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law nbusiness entrusted to them in this...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 December 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL or TUK PMRISH LYON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business ineager. SA TUcDA I DeC. 20, 1879. The monotony of a man's life is generally due to the fact that he has no change.. It is proposed to erect a monument in New York Central Park to late "Commodore" V, ldctbilt. -Aiteifa ten-dollar horse cost a Colorado man his life, although he had been tried and acquitted five dif ferent times for murder. Hard work and energy embraces more elements of a successful life than all the glittering positions of ease and idleness combined. The Republicans of Indiana want n candidate for Governor who has a barrel of gold, and they are wink ing at Assistant P. M. General Brady. Ireland is still in a state of agita tion-the landlords and tenants. Large meetings are being held in every county, which in some instan- I ces resulted in bloodshed. Sioux City has a grocer named Dambinim. "Where (lid yon' get this butter t" asked the husband lu a harsh tone. "From ,the grocer, Dam him," responds the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 December 1879

LOCAL MATTERS. Wd were haviuganore * 'iard ieitbIer as wif Weht to ires yesterdi. ·. The yoke a man creates forlslmself by wron'g doing will breed hate In"' thd kindliest nature. Our merchants are up to their ee 1 in business, the Clhristmis trade having open with d rush. Our ever kind and thoughtful friend, 1 Hon. E. W. Robertson, agpiti places us i under obligations for the daily Congre- I sional Record. I Thanks to our friend M. Chambers for a copy of Frank - Leslie's Illustrated Weekly. This is one of Leslie's choiceset a periodicals. 1 Diptheria or a severe type of sore throat prevails to a serious extent in this community. Some cases have proven fatal. The concerts given by the Sisters at St. Joseph's Academy Tuesday and Thursday nights were very interesting to both old and young. In his new home in California ir. Voividich still remembers the CAPrlO uJse. We are indebted to him for a late copy of the San Francisco Chronicle I)ispatches state that arrangements have been made b...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 December 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL of. rnlS PARISH i "1orºget not thine own importance," is an old proverb. Ift's about the only thing somne men don't forget. It must have been slippery weather i when the prodigal nom returned, as it is I said the old man "fell on his neck." t A young felilow r'niarked the other day tbht when he kissed his sweetheart c lie always closed tlhe blinds or pulled I down the culrtain. 1 A recent picnic was turned into a hol low mockery by every fellow remember ing to bring a corkscrew, and depending sn sonmebody else to furnish the bottle. "Don't you think," said a husband in a mild form of rebuke to his wife, "that women are possessed by the devil ?" "Yes," was the rquieck reply, "as soon as they are married." "Green street I" Called out the conduc tor. "Green's treat, 411h " ejaculated an Individual in the .,rner of the ear. "All right (hie) just lieve drink off Green (hic)'s ally other man." Iloy, see here I A ten-year old boy in bMaine 1id under the lounge to hear what...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 December 1879

.y : +! ýýý.it1 fz.. .. ýp t !irr Y ..,t -"r Ise ", W. A. I ~nsTmr~~mtYrwruezi~pR, r j~;·r ~ "^r pry.ift ·i Publisher nd Proprietor. .: ý ATTORNEYS. TI S. LANGr, Attoricey iahdCouiiselor . at Law Donaldsonville, La. Will practice in alltoerte if the State of Lod isiana. jyl9 TU GEAS, Bo : Mtera nd ICounselor at Law. Ofice: No. I , Pike's .Ro,.. B3aton )Uge,.La. Will practice in the State And Federal courts. may31 E. W. ROBERTSON... 8. M. ROBERTSON. I0 W. & S. M. ROBERTSON, Attor .1A neysandConiselorsatLaw. Office on No th Boulevard street, BatonRouge, La. Will practice in the Fifth anidSixth Judicinl Districts. feb8 A. H. IFEItRON..C. C. BIllD...L. D. BEALE. HERRON, BIRD & .BEALE-Attor neys at Law. Office on North Bon levard street, near the Postoffico, Baton Rouge, La,. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this and ad joining parishes, febR H. H. AVROT..........J. II. LAMON. F"AVROT & LAMON-Attorneys at I Law. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rou...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 December 1879

hq 4 OuittSUiln a ( pitoiafn. LOCAL MATTERS. The critic of the Vicksburg Herald has this to say of the Templeton Star Alli ance, which performed in that city a few days since, and which will open here on Monday, at Pike's Hall, in the beautiful sensation, "MaritaUa :" The Opera-house was crowded last night to its tfllest capacity to. witness the first perlbrmance in our city of Tem pleton's Star Alliance troupe thissoason. John has always been a favorite with the Vicksburg publie, as well as his ac conmplished wit, Alice Vane; and little Fay they look upon as ,belonging exclu sively to them, as she is a horn Vicks burger; and the large array of fine wo men and brave nien who assembled to greet them last night were actuated by something more than the curiosity that fills the breast of the nmre play-goer. The beautiful and refined emotional meladlrama, "Miss Multon" was given with a fidelity, fullness and power that are seldom observed in irs rendition on the stages of metropolitan th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 January 1880

.· ..;I-.:_ trr · · ......mmcn SBAN UE LN JNU . LBATON ROUG, LOUISIANA JAr~ ATTORNEYS. aI H. LANG Attorney and Counselor Law Donaldsonville, La. Will yrtiatlco in ali courts of the State of Lou tmiana. Jyl0 m111MAS B. DUPURL , Attorney add I Counselor at Law. Ofice: No. 6S P'iko's Row laton Ronge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal courts. Inay31 I, W. IIHoIICWrTFON... . M. IODIIICTION. E W. & 8. M. ROBILIRTSON, Attor SneynandConnaselorsatLaw. Offico on North Boulevard street Baton Ronuge, La. Will ,practice in the Fifth and Sixth ludicial Districts. fob8 A. N. I.RcRUN .. C. 1. Cu1...1 . . uBKALIC. II EILION, BIRD & BEALEr, -Attor II neys at Law. Offce on North Hlon. Invard street, near the Postoffiee, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law hsal ness entrusted to then) in this and ad Joining parishes. foe II. M. FAVROIT........... II. LAMON. I AVIROT dr&, LAMON-Attorneys at Law. M1ee on North Boulevard streeoot, Iaton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law business e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 January 1880

ghq jouisiann Q apitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL of THE PARISH LEON JAtTREMSKI, Pdlrotr and Iluuln."u Manage.s SATURIWA Y, JAN. .3, 1880. HAVE YOU BEABD FROM MATIE. The latest news from Maine show that Gov. Gareelon is "h-I bent" as the old campaign song of the period ran, to stand by the Constitution and the laws of that commonwealth, re garding the returns of the late elec tion. This brave Democrat though eager to maintain thie public peace is unwilling to purchase it at the cost of submission and the surrender of right or principle. Large meetings have been held at many places to endorse and asustain his fearless course. It will soon be seen whether the Repub licans will obey the laws or endeavor in Maine as well as in Louisiana to make Might supercede Right. It is true that in the matter ofelec tions the Republican party have not concerned themselves as to the forms or requirements of law. They've never hesitated in taking either end of any dilemma, just as it suited their convenienc...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 January 1880

h iq lonisiana 6apitoiats LOCAL MATTERS. We call attention to several new sher iff's sales id this issune; also succession sale by L.. adot. The most afficted part of a house is the window. It is always full of panes -and who has not seen more than one window blind 1 Since the coldl snap Christmas we have been enjoying mild weather-so mil-1l inloeed that one is instinctively re mlindred of the balmy October days. For several days we have no need for fire. A certain deacon, just deceased, had : very red nose, but his widow thought it rather personal in the minister to he gin his funeral discourse with "Another shining light has been taken from our congregation." The now ferry-boat for this place, says a dispatch, left Memphis on the 0th ulnit. The public can confidently look for her in a day or two more, if she is not already here by the time this issue reaches its readers. Don't advertise your goods, because you might sell too muchr; you would have to replenish your stock too often,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 January 1880

_ Jouiiana (HapiRtian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or Tl PARISH If it wasn't forthe weatherthere never would be any variety in some people's conversation. It was Carlyle who said: Make your self an honest man, and then you maybe sure there is one less rascal in the world. A Connecticut man recently said, "Lend me a dollar, my wife has left me and I want to advertise that I am not responsible for her debts." Write your nameby kindness, loveand mercy in the hearts of thousands you come in contact with year by year, and you will never he forgotten. "Jane," said he, "I think if you lifted your feet away from the fire we might have some heat in the room." And they hadn't been married two years either. Miss L--: "The young man you inquire about is all right. Hle has been a subscriber for our great moral family journal for nearly a year. Trust him." Prof. Proctor says the earthis500,000, 000 years old. And we believe him. Almost every day we come across a joke that is every whit as venerable as that....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 January 1880

LOITISIANA jiiij It .. ... .ý Tj ,! •ý P. .Ii 'ýý _'f} i/; , .ý-=y lj "4 +++. :-it f# ýr :+.++ if ,+_,. yj+. .. . ... . . . .. A . .. .. ... .' , ' ,;-+ + ' .  +  : - +' .. . .~~~~~~~~~~ !': "-"; :": .;" j+,,.i i_ ,, .hB,, ,,,.,,.,e.A. -,-. UBATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, JANUARY 01880 ,. ..... .. , • + + • ' _ + t .. ;_ + .  + . +, .. i,- + . + '-1 ca · - '=+-+ "++ B r p~~S~ i~ib ATTORNEYS. SS. LNG, Attorney fd tonnnelor . at Law, DonaldMVrille, L&.. Will practice in all courts of the 8tate of Lou lulana._ .J19 HOMA8 B. DUPREE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office: No. 6, Pike's RIow Baton Rouge La. Will practice in the State and Federal courts. may31 R. w. ROBIrsoTBO... B. M. ROBnRTSON. E W. & S. M. ROBERTSON, Attor IJ. neysand Counaeloraat Law. Office on North Boulevard street Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the Fifth and Sixth Judicial Districts. feb8 A. M. IIIRRON..C. C. BIRD...L. D. BEALE. HlERRON, BIRD & BEALE-Attor neys at Law. Office on North Bou levard s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 January 1880

Jhý ouiitnna apitotinn OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH LEON .IASTREM$KI, Editor and BDnainens Manager. SATURDAY, .JAN. 10, 1880. Gov. Garcelon still holds his hand among the granite rocks of Maine. Five thousand exodusters have left rtexas this winter for Kansas. Let one million leave the South, and the ý. price of cotton will advance and corn and wheat decline. Move on darkies. Edison's electric light is a pronounc ed success and gas stocks are tum bling in every direction. Shares of the face value of $100 in electric light stock had risen to $5,000 at last ac counts. To the advice, "drink whisky only ® in the months that have 'k' in their names," the Ottawa Republican says nine-tenths of the fellows would spell that month "Oktober." And, of course, your Ankust and Knovember ,can be counted too. Gov. Garcelon of Maine in address ing his inquiries to the Supreme Court of his State, did as well as if he had forwarded them to Joe Bradley's United States President making ma chine. A dea...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 January 1880

4 j ouisiaa (pitoian. L M LOCAL MATTERS. in How are you, Western plo4duce the We return thanks to our young friend q*l Wm. Rhodes for a handsome calendar 461" of the year 1880. ing It is a current bard who sings, "[ sat if tI alone with my conscience." Two to one tive he never had less fun in all his life. vrd Bat Prof. Tice's Almanac for i80 ilas beei tion issued. We return thanks to M. Chanm- and bers, whio has them f6r sale, f6i A copy. and Call early, if you wish one. T for See advertisement of a lost sleeve but- and ton. As It is a highly prized family The relic, it is hoped the finder will return it age to the owner, who offe a suagitable re ward for its delivery. ing Leap year parties have begun. We of a even now hear the young men "coquet tishly' crowing to one another over the has 'conquests they have already made. The has fair suitors should remember that, like 500 the girls, boys will flirt sometimes. put The new year came in like a lamb, and Bat the weather is as warm as...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 January 1880

('IIA-1 Y;E. A word unspoken, ia hald unpresewd, A khk una.i.en or a thought tignuessed, And souls that were kindred may love apart, Never to meet to know the truth, lcevor to know how heart beut with heart In the dim past days of a wasted youth. She shall uot know how his pulses leapt Wheu over his temnples her tres se swept; As she latoed to givei im the Jasmtune Rhe felt his breath, and her face flashed red With the passionate lovn that choked herbreath, And saddens her life now her youth is dsnd. A faded woman who waits for death, A nd rnlIuruclsa ni uell I'llee':Lath ler )l ca th : A cynical man who eeeffs and jeors At women nll l love in the open day, And at tglhttl-llime klmens, with bitter tears, A faded fragment of JamIsllu sjlray. FOREVER! '"Pronisn s In" "I do, soleniinly." "Forever 1" continued the sollemn, bro ken voice. "Forever," eehoed the weeping maiden by the bedside. Tho wasted hands were raised over the heads ot' the kneeling figures; the pale lips of the dying w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 January 1880

.i" i _ _ _ _ A w. A i~stimi~,BATO ROGELOUIIAN, JAUAR 11 Publlb*1 nd Fopi~~tsv ATTORNEYS. Hi 8. LANG, Attorney nd COuIelor . at Law Doualdsonvillo, La. Will practlee in all courts of the 8tMUQ bx Lou isiana. . jy19 TiHOMA8 B. DUPREE, AttOhey and ConnselM t at Law. Of1i Noo. 0, Pike's Row Baton Rouge, LA. Will practice in the State and Federal courts. may31 E. W. ROBIGRTSON... 8. M. ROlIERTeON. E W. & 8. M. ROBERTSON, Attor . neys ,.nd CounsolorsatLaw. OfOce on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice ii the Fifth and Sixtl Judicil Districts. feb8 A. 8. NRPRON..c. c. inRD...L. I0. RCAIE. HTERRON, BIRD & BEALE--At'or neys at Law. Office on North lou levard street, near the Postotflce, Batonl Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted to them in this and ad Joining parishes. folb 11. M. FAVIOT ..........J. II. LAMON. -J7AVROT & LAMON--Attorneys at = Law. Office on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law business entrusted ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 January 1880

OFFICIAL JOURNAL or Trie PARISH o'ch LEON JASTrEMSKI, E.lditor and lnwineJlso Manae the `_- ----- ra -- -------- iii ,',Trtra r, .JAn. 17, 18'0. mac The spinning of a bale of cotton con into yarns doubles its value. out tee A lame farmer was asked if he had tens a corn on his toe. "No," he said, "but our I've got lots on the ear." mu Cervantes has said: "Every one is as thesonof his own works." This makes low 4he great Krupp a son of a gun. Coi Idle The temperance society at New cerl Iberia numbers a hundred members, edI and is in a flourishing condition. det In Maine matters are still bubbling "l -with no particular head, unless its Gen. Chamberlain, who handles the cr' anilitia. gr Hon. Robt. N. Ogden was elected Speaker of the House. He is a bril- evo liant young man,and will do credit to the position. fe Lucy, aged eight, once remarked, thn '"Papa is always finding fault with re mamma, but lie never finds fault thi with hisself." pet A Peoria woman sneezed her jaw out of plac...

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