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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 February 1880

hq 'uiiana t apitoli m. LOCAL I TTERS. AN1IOUNOBMENTS. BATON ROUoE, Feb. 20, 1880. Editor Capitolian--You are authorized to an nounce J. C. CHARROTT.E as a candidkte for Mayor, at the municipal election, to be held in April, 1880, and oblige his MANY FanrDs. We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN T. POWERS as a candidate for Admin. Istrator of Improvements of the city of Baton Rouge, at the election on the 5th day'of April subject to Democratic nomination. Editor Capitolian--Please announce the name of an old and highly esteemed citizen; WILLIAM DODDS, as a candidate for the office of Adndin Istrator of Improvements for the city of Baton Rouge at a municipal election, to beheld in A ril next, subject to the decision 'of the Democratic party. By so doing you will grant the desir's 'of a number of his friends. The attention of our readers is called to a letter, published in another columnuu, from Hoen. E. W. Robertson, M. C., re lating to mail matters. Louisiana Equitable Lif...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 February 1880

GOD BLE88 YOU. How se:eetly fall those simple words Upon the human heart, When friends long bound by strongest ties Are doomed by fate to part. You sadly press the hand of those Who thus in love caress you, And souls responsive beats to soul, In breathing out "God bless you." "'God bless you" ah i long montlhs ago I heard the mournful phrase, When one whom I In childhood loved Went from my dreamy gaze. Now blinding tears flow thick and fast I mourn my long lost treasure, While echoes on the heart bring back The farewell prayer, " hod hless you." The mother sending forth her boy To scenes untried and new, Lisps not her studied, stately speech, Nor murmurs out "Adieu." She sadly says, between her sobs, "Whene'er misfortunes press you, Come to thy mother, boy, come back; Then sadly sighs, "God bless you." "God bless you." More of expressed love Than volumes without numbner Reveal we thus our trust in hlim Whose eyelids never slumber. I ask in parting no long speech, Drawled out in stud...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 February 1880

a 11 tip.. 4V q iff r, - rl L©SUEU~tý p~l~hrad rpreor }BTO OUELUIINA FBUAY r2 , 0 j. ; } DAVID & GAIGIC. ( IACKPSR&-.M--ODA, CREAM AND MUCIA1 (;rackru,, SItage lanlks, Gin or. Iirmuai As ,urteul Cakes antd .ramblr, all trorh taton a DIAVII) & (JAi 10S. W INJ 8 --l hninrg, Catawba, (;lnret Still turns P lt and Sherry Whipn , all olH gOm quality at DAVID & (i~IARIO. 1)litZEC CANI)I 1*1-In eat'f. (Iluntltltei, ItN.t I Shon Fly Gum at l)AVI) &. GA IIG'S. JOHN CtTT'rlII-Axe., Itat4¶hets, Kni1ves K lr:, of tir e ru!b!rt'l Keen Keller Co. )A VII) & (;A 1IO. .1I? II GK VOODI) S V WA UK-And China ute Mitnts at pritce wtiebh will aatowlnit the ina tlven by IDAVID) & (IAILI. , ARi)INFMS in (1) Sanline,n int Tottiatoes, III L3 ind anld inmprtt'ed gOOtmM at David & (Ilainel'. A) 'MA MEAL-A few 1h i pockagre of frir) P i'n Iltnwl at DAVII) &. (IA iI( S. l(IK EMK-N Y ('reat, Kitglinh I)airv (litei r c JWirtern Facetory (lt'i'eso 1)A VII), r GA UI( ýJUOAIMf-Cot I...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 February 1880

h e ouioinnn t spiooian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or TiE PARISH LEON JASTREM$KI, Edlit.or and t1uninesel Manager. SATURDAY, 1'MU. 28, 1880. A colored prisoner, charged with hog stealing, died in the Richland parish jail last week.. The LOUISIANA CAYITOLA N, one of the best papers in the State, has started out upon its second year. BIossier Banner. The principal beauty of the Mormon religion is that the same woman does not have to get up first the entire winter to build the kitchen fire. Joseph L. Golsan, a rising young lawyer of St. Franciasville, has bceen elected to fill the unexpired term of Hon. U. I. Ball, deceased, as represen tative from West Feliciana. Grant can be beaten out of sight Boston Post. But how are you going to get him out of sightt-Philadelphia Bulletin. Bury him under a Demno cratic majority of half a million. ° The Claiborne Guardian is one of the neatest and best edited country papers in the State. Ildeed, its tal ented editor will columpare in poinb of ability with t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 February 1880

0 SfonisbtMra EapitoUiant. LOCAL MATTERS. ANIOUNOBiENTS,. BATOn Roueo, Feb. 20, 18to. ]Editor Capitolian-You are authorized to an nounce J. C. CHARROTTE as a candidate for Mayor, at the municipal election, to be held in April, 1880, and oblige his MANYt FIIENDe. We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN T. POWERS as a candidate for Admin. Istrator of Improvements of the eity of Baton Rouge, at the election on the 5th day of April subject to Democratic nomination. Editor Capiolian--Please announce the name of an old and highlyesteemedcitizen, WILLIAM DODDS, as a candidate for the offien of Admino istrator of Improvements for the city of Baton Rouge at a munlcipal election, to be held in April next, aubject to the declision of the Democratic party. By so doing you will grant the desires of a number of his friends. The river is rising at this point, andu from our exchanges we learn that it in rising at all the points above. A new bakery has been opened in this city by lBaron &...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 February 1880

A QUESTION FOR THE BACHELORS8. Y iiBECKY BSAR?. Where do bachelors go-when they die? Where do the bachelors go ? lo their souls take flight to the realms on high, Or to the darker regions below I Old maids with their follies and whims Climb up the golden stairs; Where do old bachelors go with their sina ? Sweet echo answere, where? When from this dreary world they skip, IDo they think of their ill-spent youth Do they ever think of the rosy lips They never kissed ?-in truth No ncurtain lectures, no little storms, To barst over them now and then, No making up In each others' arms, To love, but to quarrel again. They live on earth in a negative state, In hunger and thirst and cold; In a state of unrest in the tide of faith, A poverty of the soul. They call it happiness, because They enjoy it-and so it Is For 'tis merely short suspension of lawn That punish-and that is bliss. Old bachelors go to-well, when they die, We know where the bachelors go; Old maids shall pile the embers high Fa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 March 1880

~isi8 ~-I Al. -·-· #· . I. OUISIAIINA antiPwopetor BATN ROGE, OUISANAMARC 6, 880 DAVID & GARIG. RACKERS-SODA CREAM AND SUGAIt C Crackers, Stage Planks, Ginger Bread, A sorted Cakes and Jumbles, all fresh stock at DAVID & GAR IG'S. W 8-Ch pan , Catawb, Claret, San terns Port and Sherry Wines, all of good quality at DAVID & GARIG'S. PRIZE CANDIESIn getqusntities, also Shoo FlyGum atDAVID & GARIG. KEEN CUTTER-Asoe Hatchets, Knives, M EN of the celebrated &ý GAUBG. BRIIDGEWOODS WARE-And China Tea Ssetts at prices which will astonish the na tives by DAVID L GARIG. SARDINES In Oil0 Sarines in Tomatoes, all Sfind and imported goods it David & Garig's. OATLEAL-A few 511 packagts of fresh Pin Head at DAVID & GARIG'S. * HEESE-N Y Creamw Enlish DEsry ChFNse, ~Western Factory Cheese. DAVID & GARIG~ *, UoGAR$S-Cut Loaf, best quality; Iiolieredi IJstrictly pure; N Y & Loulsiana "A," White and Yellow Clarified, Choice Prairie, and Fair Open Kettle in quantitties...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 March 1880

Ih oouisiiana npaitotian. OFIICAAI, JOUJR:NAL ýw ruii PARISH LE:ON ,JAM'rI'RMSKI, Subtl, ibcern who fail to receive their thetir papers will plense notify its, so thalt tlt trouble may be recticfied. A destructive fire occnlred in Iar top Iust Monday. Loss estimated at ten( thoitusatnd dollars, witlh otnly three thousand five ihundIred of itnsurance. IDo not carry on a conversation with another in company abont matters which the general conmpany knows nothing of. It is almost an impolite as to wihisper. And New York will give Grant Its seventy delegates to the National convention. With Pennsylvania's fifty-eight delegates added to New York's seventy, Graut bhas a pretty good starter. A little girl read a composition bHe fore the minister. 'lThe subject was, "A cow." She weaved is this coin 41limentary seantetnce, "The cow is the most useful animal in the world cx vept religion." A Ionat club was formetldl of exclu yly good young men, at Fall River, Aatss.; but it was found that thou...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 March 1880

/ S ~ ouissinau Eapito~ian. LOCAL MATTERS. AIUOtTNOEIENTB. We are authorized to anloutioe the name of LEON JASTREMSXI as a candidato for rec election to the office of Mayor at the enluing election, subject to the approval of the Demo. crateic party. BATON Rouos, Ieb. 90, 10. Editor Oapitolian-Yon are authorized to an, nounco .. C. CIIARROTTE as a candldatd for Mayor, at the municipal election, to he held In April, 1880, and oblige his MANY FmIRNs. Editor (Yapitaoion-I hereby announctie myself as a candidalein for reelection to the office of Ad. mhnistrator of Improvements at the municipal election, to be held on Monday, April 5th, 1880. ROBERT ARICER, We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN T. POWERS as a candidate for Admin. intrator of Improvements of the city of Baton Rouge, at the election on the 5th day of April subject to Democratic nomination. Editor Capitolian-Please announce the name of an old and highly esteemed citizen, WILLIAM 1)DODDS, as a candidate for the offic...

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 March 1880

For the Loalisana Capitellan. o ONLY A TEAR. ti ot M loUrs A. Dowmoe A Only a tear drop on the cheek, Of a beautitful face so meek; Softly, gently down It flown, Breathing volumes as it goes, Test drops fir, tear drops rare, si Gems from out the vale of care. Only a tear drop from the vase, V Quafed by rosy lpsof grace, a As it quietly steals away, b From the cup of joy today. e Tne it sparkles as It tells Of tbhe heart that gladness swells. C 11 Only a tear drop sad and slow, Down tihe furrowed check It goes, Pausing hebore and there to gain Thorns to pave a roadl of pain. Tear drops wrung tron a bloeeding heart, I Leaving a stain that will ne'er depart. r Only a tear drop filled with love, d D)roppedl from an angel's eye above, a Bearing within Its beam so pure Friendshlp's kIlss all constant, pure; t Tear drops fair, tear drops rare, (lifts of Love, Hufflliering and Care. r _______________r AND0ERB 6ECK N'S TOMB. AN ANTWERP MANSION OF CRIME AND c EVIL MEMORY. In the beginlning of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 March 1880

wa. yeSUDU, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA M ublisher and ..r-oriet.''. sý ! DAVID & GARIG. CRAKERS-SODA, CRAM AND SUGAR Crackers, Stage Planks, Ginger BreadM As serted Ckes sand Jumbles, all fresh stock at DAVID & GAR IG'S. WINES-Champagne, Catawba, Claret, San tome Port and Sherry Wines, all of good quality at DA VII) & GARIG'S. PRIZE CANDIES--In great quantities, also Shoo Fly Gum at DAVID & GARIG'S. K EEN CUTTER-Axes, Hatchet, Knives, L &c:, of the celebrated Keen Kutter Co. DAVID & GARIG. BRIDGEWOODS WARE-And China Tea Setts at prices which will astonish the na tives by DAVID & GARIG. SARDINES in Oil, Sardines in Tomatoes, all find and imported goods at David & Garig's. OATMEAL-A few 51b packages of fresh Pin Head at DAVID & GARIG'S. C HEESEI-N Y Cream, English Dairy Cheese, CWestern Factory Cheese. DAVID & GARIG SUGARS-Cut Loaf, best quality; Powdered, strictly pure: N Y & Louisiana "A," White and Yellow Clarifled, Choice Prairie, and Fair ...

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 March 1880

$14 donisiana (apitolian. LEON JASTREMISKI, Editor and BElusine8s Manager. SATURDA Y, MARCH 13, 1880. The Vienna Sentinel claims to have gotten up a matrimonial boom in Lin coln parish. Jake Lee, a negro, attempted to assassinate Mr. Samuel Berteau, in Ascension parish last week. The St. Charles Herald has opened the usual war against worthless dogs. 'More dog less sheep--more sheep less dog,' is truthful old Indian adage. Pink stockings, bound around the top with blue satin, is all the rage among the ladies hcre.-Exchange. It's strange how that blasted editor found that out. The Rhode Island House of Repre sentatives has passed a bill providing that tramps shall be punished by im prisonment in the State workhouse for not less than one year. The Baton Rouge CAI'ITOLIAN has entered upon its second year. It is one among the few newspapers in our State that improves with every issue, and for typographical beauty it has no superior.-Madison Journal. The Columbia Herald wants to "ex ting...

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 March 1880

1.h4 J09iWai ý itoliaJ. LOCAL MATTERS. ANIOUNOBMIENT POR MAYOR' We are authrised to announce the name of LEON JASTEIMSBI as a candidate for re election to the ofcoe of Mayor It the ensulng election, saubjet to the apprdvld of the Demo. cratic party. BATON Rouoe, Febt. ~i 1880. Editor Capif;oia-You are authorized to an nounce J. C. CHARROTTE as a candidate for Mayor, at the municipal election, to be held in April, 1880, and oblige his MANr FRIENDS. Administrator of Improvements. Editor Capitolian-I hereby announce myself as a candidale for re-election to the office of Ad ministrator of Improvements at the municipal election, to be held on Monday, April 5th, 1880. ROBERT ARICER. We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN T. POWERS as a candidate for Admin istrator of Improvements of the city of Baton Rouge, at the election on the 5th day of April subject to Democratic nomination. Editor Capitolian--Please announce the name of an old and highly esteemed citizen, WILLIAM DODDS, a a ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 March 1880

liy VATIillt RYAN. By sound of name and touch of hand, 0 Thro' earc that hear and ceyen that see, We know each other in this land- Hlow little imnust that knowledgc be 1 Our soulaare all the time alone, Nospirip ean another teach; They hide away in thle reit~l unknowm, Like waves that never touch a beach. Who vernt knew eaeeh other hoere No moull can lhere another one- To know wo see a light no clear An that which fills eternity. unt here we walk by human light, lut thiere theo light of hiod Is ot1ew; Ealch ilay on earth Is ll Ict a night [eavien alone has cl'her-fatcedel hourn. I call you thins--yo call ime1 thuin Our norlli in the very bier That parts fore'ver sccth of us, As klies on lhigh part siar themlli star. A naenn Is nothing lut a namei', For that. which woutlil nelalmceeeieli; Unltil our mdeal in ra'ptulrce clai Full knowledge In eternity. Story of the Slayer of Geon McCook, 'lThe acout thallt (Calt. Gerirhy give, of this aftly 'fully relieve it of all taint of hlcledy-....

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 March 1880

b . . ... ..,. . - - - - - - - - - -- - - - --- - -- --- " -" *'"" " ."" : -- - -- - - -" - - - - 2 .. .-. : 1 .. . 1 i~i w. A.. sUn m,- BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, MARCH E - ' u b l iI I I Ir .an d P r o p r i e t o r . mI I I m I I I mI I I I I g I I Il I ' I I I I °'i lu 1 , i "r . I li s gl eI I Iig n 1 A ill'II l IiVIi  I DAVID & GARIO. G RACKEIRR--ODA, (IREAM AND 8UGAR ('Crackers, 4tage Planks, Ginger Brad, A-. aortll ('Sak,' and .inmdles, all froeh stock at -)AVID & GAR IG'8. WtINE--Champagno, Catawba, Claret, Hita V tlern, Port and Mherry Wines, all of gInn quality at DAVID & GARIO'8. PRLIZE CAN)IEN--In reat quantitlae also Khoo Fly Gum at D)A VII) & A RIG'A . SKEEN CUTTIAt-Axr., Hatchets, Knives, Sct, of thle, rtlbratel Kenn Kntter Co. IDAVII) & (IARI(. ltfII),EW(OI)H WARE-And China Tea SIettts at pricesa which will natonish the na. tivle by I)A VID) & f ARIG. 4 AIIRDINER in (Hi, ardlnes in Tomnatoes, all tfinel and Lnport4d genal at David & (arlg...

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 March 1880

hgi uo1iritnt gp(tol4an, LEON JASTREMSKI, Edltor and Hasdnems Manaler. NA TIIRDA Y, MAItCI 20, 1881. POR PRSDENMT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Pennrylvan ia. BURInk FOR Ad1000K. As a preface to the remarks we are about to make, we desire to state that we belong to the Regulars of the i)emocratic Army, and will heartily give our undivided support to whom moever may be selected at tihe Cincin nati Convention. R We have no words to speak in dis paragement of the illustrious men whose names are being mentioned for standard bearers of the party in the approaching campaign. We respect and honor them all. But above all things we want to see VICTORY perched upon our ban To achieve satoess and overthrow that party who unaler the guise of Republicanismr , throttled the liberties of the South and hounded its people for years with as much unconcern as if they were wild Comanches of the prairies, we need a leader whose name will be the synonym of vIItTUE, COuln Afa, UNPLINCIIINO DEVOTION TO CON STITUTION...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 March 1880

4hq oisiamn (apitolin. LOCAL MATTERS. AJROW8B rZTL SRoa illAYfr. Wen anuthorised to sanounce the name of LEON JASTREMSKI as a clndidate for re election to the office of Mayor at the ensuing election, subject to' the' approval of the Demo. eratic party. BATON Rouo3, qFb. 0, 180. Edtor Capitolian-You are authorized to ani nounce J. C. CHAR])TTE as a eatddate for Mayor, at the municipal election, to be held in April, 1880, and oblige his MarY FIPnrnD. Administrator of tnprovemtts. Editor Oapfiolle--I hereby 'thiounce myself as a candidate for re.election to the office of Att ministrator of Improvements at the municipal election, to be held on Monday, April 5th, 1880. ROB1IRT ARICER. We are authorized to announce the fatie of JOHN T. POWERS se a candidate for AdMin. Istrator of Improvements of the city of Baton Rouge, at the election on the 5th day of April subject to Democratic nomination. Editor Capitloim-Please announce the name of an old and highly esteemed altlase, WILLIAM DODDS, ...

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 March 1880

THIRD TERM ALPHABET. SFOR BEGINNRIS. A is the Acel-Dent, giving us Grant; fl-B-abeook,Bellkasp--two Bullpaps we chant. C Is for Corbin and Colfax and Crime; D--San Domingo and Drunk all the time. E is election-by sever to eight; F L the Fraud and mlack Friday we bate. G t; the Grabs in which Grant took a hand; H ia for Harrington wearing the brand. I-for ignoring the ways of the past; J is for Jesse who stuck the stamps fast. K is for Kings on whom rmant loves to fawn; L is for "Let us have peace''-in a horn. M is for Murphy of "LeRt-Stocking" case. N-Nepotlsm and Naval Disgrace. 0 is for poor Orville-now laid on the shelf. P-Porter, Presents, Post traderships, Pelf. Q is the Quiet-so sweet to a slave. R is for Robeson-of navies the Nave. 8-.'Sylph" and Shepard, the boss of the ring; T the Third Term on the people to spring. U is our Union that once seemed secure. V is our Vengeance--slow coining but sure. W--Williams and Whisky not straight. X is Xposures of wickedness great. Y is ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 March 1880

I~s - - I: x "t '. A, . ,U1 .,.. PpwEt,.-, BATON ROUitE, iOtJISI.ANA, MARCH 27, 1880 . I~a Publiher m mmdmm m m m im mm i . A* A.. IN DAVID & GARIG. RAcKERS-8ObPA, CREAM AND SUGAR Crackers, Stgo Planks, Ginger Bread, A sorted Cakes and Jumbles, all fresh stocki at DAVID & GAR IO'IS. W Ir ES-.-Champagne, Catawba, Claret, San Sterne Port and Sherry Wines, all of good quality at DAVID & GARIG'S. PRIZE CANDIES-In great quantities also . Shoo Fly Gum at DAVID & GIARIG' . X EN CUTTER-Axes IIHatchets, Knives, &c:, of the celebrated keen Kutter Co. f| DAVID & GARIG. tl " IDt)GEWOODS WARE-And China Tea a l ette at prices which will astonish the na tives by DAVID & GARIG. SARDINES n Oil, Sardines in Tomatoes, all find and imported goods at Dlavid & Garig's. ATM IAL--A few 5t packs aes of fresh O Pin Head at I)AVID) & GAKI}I1. (1tHEESE--N Y Cream, English nairy Cheele, JWestern Factory Cheese. ItAVIDI & GARIG SUGARS--uat Lesat, Iet qunllty I',owdored, s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 March 1880

lc I UUL~b tnnu Q ýtitolinlIr. LEON JASI'IRIEMKI, Ed1 t or aid flutlnº'rº MsLnsIgº+r. S~ 7'Uri).I V, AlA iWch 27, 188O. FOR PRESIDENT, W, 8. HANCOCK, Or I'rnnnyl'ani%. Ioo~fn1?M' T)'UMCIATIC ('n i$F4flATtVIR I'nrI~h l'.;i,tor s' f ,Ito l li~tt4'P, 'rho' ni,~lwlhw'r of tlhi t' 'lwIIh I : iin.1 (10,iu 11IIeo Nºl I,,'roqIy rE'nlol411Ie4I to 4 met lit thti o,,t1ii of Col. E. W. 1(obi rtuMII, on 'fll-slaly, then ;lotb lH of Mircoh, Ii0l, it I1o lot lc A. I. A ,rounpt itual full iii t,'ininifLr In 1.rr,,11tla. BY flnlI lrof it. .'.II AMEIRS, I'zedltdlul. W. (3. TiANoOIMI, H,.'rrrtary. SFUSS AND FEATHERS. Quite a littlo lberze was raised lnst week by the report that the State house was to be rebulilt by convict! labor. There was something in the paper about it, as some one said, lwhichl imade it positive that it would ge so. Parties jumpeid lit this coni'll sion with both li\lt, without stopping to read tlhe proviso relating to the matter. Although we published it in black and white in our...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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