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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 March 1880

?t ijoutiana oa pito01in. LOCAL MATTERS. AN1OUNOhiENTS. FOR MAYOR. We are authorised to announce the name of LEON JASTREMSKI as a candidate for re election to the office of Mayor at the ensuing election, sun.ject to the approval of the Demo. cratic party. BATON ROUot, Feb. 20, 1880. Editor Capitolian--You are authorized to an. nounce J. C. CIAItROTTE as a candidate for Mayor, at the municipal election, to be held in April, 1880, and oblige his MANY FIaINIts. Administrator of Improvements. Editor (apitolian-I hereby announce myself 0 as a candidale for re-election to the oflice of Ad ministrator of Improvements at the municipal election, to be held on Monday, April 5th, 1880. ROIIERT ARICER. We are authorized to announce the lanlme of JOHN T. POWERS as a candidate for Admin. istrator of Improvements of the city of IBaton Rouge, at the election on the 5th day of April subject to Democratic nomination. Editor Capitolian-Please annoince the name of an old and highly esteemed citizen, W...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 March 1880

TEE GHOST EO3BE. tZ On a line evening, in the Spring of 1730, a stranger mounted op at noble looking horse, passed slowly over the snow-white limestone road leading to ea the black forest. Just as the sun was going to rest for the day, when the gloomy shadows were beginning to stalk, he drew rein, as he n said: di "This must be near the spot, surely. I'll stop here, anyhow, for a while, and see what I can learn." He thereupon dismounted and entered the parlor of the inn, where he sat hE down beside a small table. ac o "How can I serve you, meinheert" said the landlord. "See to my horse outside," replied the II guest carelessly, but at the same time i eyeing the landlord from head to foot; "and let me have some wine-Rhine will do." ti The landlord was turning to withdraw from the stranger's presence, when he w stopped and said: "Which way, meinheerdo you travel?" "To Nanstadt," replied the guest. cl "You will rest here to-night, I sup pose ?" continued the landlord. "I will stay for ...

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 April 1880

4 MM,5: I-F.' 7HIMM; :.'·'·rMtIM~:'? S1 ylMmI unna m a 1 0 1 1. .,.. . Publnhe RiiJ ropieto. BTONROVE, OUISANA APýI"3ý` DAVID & GARIG. ftRACKERS-SODA, CREAM AND SUGAR G Crackers, Stage Planks, Ginger Bread. As. sorted Cakes and Jungles, all fresh stock at T)AVIi) & GARIG'S. W INES-Champagne, Catawba, Claret, San terne Port and Sherry Winen, all of good quality at DAVID & GARIG'S. PRIZE CANDIES-In great quantities, also 1 Shoo Fly Gum at DAVID & GARIG'8. K EEN CUTTER-Axes. Hatchets, Knivese, &c:, of theo celebrated Keen Kutter Co. DAVID & GARIO. 1)N RIDGEWOODS WARE-And China Tea 1i) t ta at price which will astonish the na tives by I)AVID . GARIG. SARDINES in (Oil Sardines in Tomatoes, all 7 find and imported galds at David & Garig's. OAfMEAL-A few 51b packages of fresha Pin Head at DAVID & GAIRIG'S. I AEESE-N Y Cream, English Dairy Chease, JWestern Factory Cheeer . D)AVII) & GA RIG QUGARS-Cut LoaI, best quality; Powdered, St ricrtly pure; NY &...

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 April 1880

Aglatrma~giamam & t onicsiana O}pia i t I1 ON JASTIIJM KX, Editor and Bumrne,, Manager. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1880. FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Vennsylvania. Glorious News I New Orleans March 31st, 1880. To Mayor Leon Jastremski, Baton Rouge. The Bill for the repairs of the State House has passed unanuimously. The amount is One Hundred and Seventy Six Thousand dollars. TaloxAs J. BUFFINOTON. 'The above disp1tch has just been received, which news renders the restoration of the Cpital to Baton Rouge a certainty. The amount of money aman leaves is the kind of a funeral pile his rela tines take the most interest in. C'omplaints of horse and mule steal ing are becoming quite frequent among the planters of Adams county, Miss. A young American lady being asked Sby an enthusiastic politician which party shIe was most ifavor of, replied that the preferredl a wedding party. T'he lower branch of the Kentucky Legislature refused to give H-enry Ward IBeeclher the use of the Legisla tive ha...

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 April 1880

kq %ouioinnmr Capitolann. LOCAL MATTERS. AjOUJNO3MEN1TS. II FOR MAYOR. We m adtthotised to annoucoE the nrgo of LEON JASTR)1gaKg as a candidate for ro* electio to tthe oalce of Mayor at the ensuing tecthin, aubject to thu appruoal of the t)neo. cratle party. Adminjetrator of improveMl*its. Editr iapitolian-I hereby ainohicuce mywself an a n1ttathil for reelection to the ofilic of Ad. ntinitrtatorl of Inprovuement* at the 1nnullelNpal elertloon, to be hold on Monday, April 5th, ItMo. ROBERT ARI.ERl. We are aunthorisel to sanolunce the nameu of .OhN T. POWEIR 8 a ,atcaldidate for Admit. Iltrator of Improvements of the city of Baton ,litgo, at the Ielrtio on thilce ith day of April nubject to I fHenc:ratic noathiutbti. Editor (lapiteoian-PleaIeI manouncl the theunl of an old and highly et n1ledcllltizon, W1l lIr4M Dll)1I)M, as a candidate for the office of Admin-. sltrator of 1iphivuflnte for the lcity of laton 'itouge at a mutlnicipl ilection, to beLu hit lii A prIil aext, sunieedt to...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 April 1880

KA 1'YPTIAN LOVIS .8ON;. orun the A*fhtW. )'nrrweI, ehll, -fatwell11 to' thei, Egypt's dark dunghters, The' swell of thy boeun, this glcnce of thine ne ye No more by Lthe banks Ot the $lie' picidi watecs hull wakeln c'motios too sweet to deaplee'. No mnte the' hatCrn eco nho in mysteay hide tme As nlight let'a her cujine of nere'sy dlown, No more shall the nitteteent khedive deridte mIe Or drive we with worn from hilnactrupuaun town. Its the hlanlks of the Tague fair women are weep. t lug, N Ile'nrt-brokent the oynmpths of the Gandntlcntivcer, 'Proudn Alblon's dulghters and vigilc art, keeping IBy Windernre't's waters and tnotlcy Loch AyrS; Oer their artlcnt embtrac'n ty cmotnoy lingerse Itt ghlaly from all their sedutonts I parlt, i For lthe kohl-tinted eye-lide, tlI hIencnadyed fin. gers t ''The olive-hcuel skins are tIthe dream of oy hearti! Far away front ice encil of tlhe envy tnll mnllcc I a And slandiern thaut poinen the air as they run, I would dcrin to thle dreg tihe last d...

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 April 1880

~L -~ir~lF~~i Jil~~ii m :· .-· i 'ir LOUISIA···u ~ ·r·;~···jl~:* ; v: 1. i . ·: P: :;i n ~· i-.-: i i ~ ~i··- i? :i'l t i ···i.,. r· ::r piT'·': r ;P ~ J;. :: ;; · :· t.· .- i t :h % ..i -------- -- ;1: i; 1 '';' *· ~· · ·~ 1...·:.i'i. i, r VV. Al LeSUE)UR, 1 BATON ROUCfE, f;OUIB i · A, 4PR a .r i.j I '1;'' · ·1~ij~s~~i~i3~i! i,, ~:~s· Publbbe· nnd PraprLto~ i r· DAVID at& GARIG. [ RACKERS-SODA, CRAM AND SUGAR S Crchers, Stage Planks, Glnger Bread, As sorted Cab and Impbles, all fresh stock at DAVID* GAR IG'Sh WINES-Champsge, Catawba, Claret Sanu terne Port and Sherrsry Wlies, all of good quality at DAVID A GARIG'S. PDRIZE ChWDIES-n pnrrt quantitles, also P Shoo ly Gum at DAVID & GARIG'8. KEEN CITTERb-Axew. Hatchets, Kiolves, ENa, dflie celebrated lean KOtter Co. DAVID A GARIG. BRIKBEWOODS WARE-And China Tea Seas t prices which wE astolsh the as. tires by DAVID & GARIG. ARDINES in 1, Sardines in Tomatoes, all Sfind and imported goods t David & Garig's. O ATMEAL-A few...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 April 1880

its Outman na t#pitnoi n. S IEON JASTREM8KL, `Editor -and BDaineus Maaageri SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1880. FOR PRESIDENT, We 8. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. An Englishman says, 'DeLesseps © need not toss hup for control hof the mouth hofthe Mississippi-for 'twill lhalways be Ends." Horse thieves are p15ing their vo cation between the Mississippi and Pearl rivers. It is supposed that they are regularly organized. The Natchez Democrat saysi that the Tennessee Greenbackers are get ting ready to return to the Democrat ic fold. Sensible Greenbackers. The New York Sun now proposes that Frederick D. Grant shall be put on the ticket with his father, so.as to keep the office in the family in case the old man dies. It is claimed that a man neverloses anything by politeness, but this has proved a mistake. As an old Phila delphian lifted his hat to a young lady the wind carried away his wig. Kernan, the Ohio man, who, for some time past, furnished hot shot for the Okolona, Miss., States, has taken Hora...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 April 1880

?ftq oui i ttý Q itotinar LOCAL MATTERS. The Paitsh Democratic Conventidn meets to-day, at PIke's Hall. For candies, cakbe and soda wAtet, go to L. Litty's, Mnsselman's old stand. The champion modest git 'of the pa riod resides in Shanke' to*n. She calls it the limbislature. A Liverpool boy hung himself because "somebody found fault with him." That boy was certainly not born to be a coun try editor. Notwithetanding all the modern im provements of husbandry, the matrimo nial harvest is still gathered with the :radle and thrashed by hand. She said: "I am going to the poet of Afice, John; shall I enqnire for you " "Well, yes, if you have a mind to; but I 'don't think you will find me there." Mr. W. P. Kirlby, the fruilt dealer, has just received another supply of fruits and confectioneries. He also keeps on hand the very best of domestic cigars. Mr. Lucas Litty has purchased the well known "Iceberg" Soda Fount of Mr. J. Jastremeki. He is prepared to furnish the public with ice-cold sod...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 April 1880

A Stiang Dream Stoey. ti There is a strange story-which I be- T lievphas never been publshed-among gro' the teadtionbs of the fertile bill country a and of Western Pennsylvania, the most un- a likely place of aystery. It was settled staf almost wholly by well-to-do farmers from the north of Ireland, economical, by hard-working folk-God fearing too after the exact manner dnescribed by John hin Knox, and having little patience with an any other manner. Not a likely people, ibs assuredly, to give credence to any fanci- in fil superstitions, and still less to origi- ohi nate them. This story, indeed, has a ou bold, matter-of-fact character in everya detail which quite sets it apart from Ire- yet lations of the supernatural. I have never heard it explained, and it is the w best authenticated mystery in my eli ner knowledge. ne Here it is in brief: Among the Scotch settlers in Washington county in 1812 WI was a family named Alymire, who occu pled a comfortable farm and house. It- en chel,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 April 1880

. . BATON ROUGE, LOUISIAA APRIL 17 1880. publihn" menl Proprient(or. PA1T a T.ATTTQ.T J)AVII) & GAItII. t(A('KKi~Y-·H!t--$ UM, C A 1A1 AN i) HlrT A I C) (rmrk'nrr, Mtagi Planks, (Iint, IItr Ir , As. sortsl(:Cakes ail JiIwbiIIi, sil frsIh nttuwk at PA VII) & OAR Iou. WllINCS--himpnklca, (Ciatawbtia (TIart urai tr~a Ilce'orl. and Miaeirryl Wllnn, all 1d iil g quanlily at DAVID) & (JA I ri'H. p RIZCA NI\NfflIC4-in peal, wI I clal rr Shtoo)la ly m sfit A Y. I)A & I) & IA\ thu IliCN ;ItT'lrKtl--Axnun IlntiuinII, Knivna, K oko:, of tho colnbbrsl 1(.I·I1 lltlnt( . 3 fHI)4IKWOI)IION IVA IlK-Aul Utilni.r 'IorT MoNltsint jririi'Ns whiukh will ijiiiiiiiinli thu out. tlvin by DA VII) & (1 AIlll. IA IDINEM in Oil $aruiiiui' In 'l'ohnuaitin, all un i tl 141an I inr y r s ) tvid Af SllnrigicN ( 1 vM JICA I-A fiw 5Ih pai'kntu Iof fresh I'ii Il bal sit I)A V I I) do A tltle H. ( 1f IIP.1SI4I-N Y C'ream, KlingltyI Dairy Vtsi'e', d1Vietrent IaiUtrl y (:irenoe. Ii AVtI). (IA 11(...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 April 1880

I1EA)N JA$I'SRMIMNIK. Edlitor and IHurini..w Mauuaiger. FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8 HANCOCK, 01' 1'e'nnuylvnnii. BRAZENB EFFRONTERY. P'rominent among the tmnlsbe, rs of' the t;enlral 's, e  hlliltA ly, who fought bravely for ihoiest hlts und a faithlfill l:lhlrl'nce to the spirit and letter of the ('constitution, were Senattrs (Cun niiingiam, Luckett, Watkins, huffling ton alnd others. No inlduCimellts or thrll' ts were of avail 1to caImse2 thellm to depart fromi tlhe liie of their' duty ts irejrl'lesellnti tivs of thelt inlterelst-s of their conltlitellIts or IIas cliinpions ol' the honor of our' tato atnd of tilhe I)Democratic ilartry. In the midst of one of the most liu scrupllous ebalis ever organized in olr Legishin'lres, firmly dill they re mallllill it their pollsts, ans18 Fpe('ur s(4ns rcproche / And the good peopleh throllghollt the State will iappiitud iand remember those honorable pubillilc servaniits whomi 110 temlptationi ('llhOl sed1Ice11l. Whenlul it is rIoemlletlbredI, that...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 April 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Picnic days are here I Dewberries are ripe and plantiful two hints for a nickel. Wanted-a Railroad from here to the spirited town of Liberty, Miss. The boys go craylishing with the girls. An elbow chap says "fishin' for 'ena." Mr. J. T. Young, the present incum bent, has been re-appointed Assessor for this parish. A considerable rain-storm last Thurs day-afternoon and night-and the far mers will hold up awhile. The "pestiferous muskeeters" have begun their accustonred summer song in a lively and feeling manner. The Louisiana Grand Lodge of Good Templars convened at Morgan City last Tuesday, the 13th inst. There was a good attendance. We are requested by Mr. W. P. Kirby to state that he will keep fresh cider on hand for sale by the glass or gallon. It is pure apple cider. There was no quorum of the new Po lice Jurglast Monday, in consequence of which the members present agreed to adjourn until Tuesday next, at 12 M. The Capitol Commissioners are: Gov. Wiltz, Lieut-Gov....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 April 1880

AN INCIDENT. l:narmed and unattended walks the Czar, Through Moscow's busy street one winter day. The crowdi uncover as his face they see "(old greet the Czar!" they say. 0 Along hispath there moved sUnneral. Gray spectacle of poverty and woe, A wretched sledge dragged by one weary man, Slowly across the snow. And on the sledge, blown by the winter w, Lay a poor coffin, very rude and bare, And he who drew it bent before his load, With dull and sullen air. The Emperor stopped and beckoned to the man; "Who 1't thou bearest to the gravel" he said. "Only a soldier, Sire !" the short reply, "Only a soldier dead." "Only a soldier!" musing said the Czar; "Only a Russian, who was poor and brave, Move on. I follow. Such an one goes not Unhonored to his grave." He bent his head, and silent, raleed his cap; The Czar of all the Russians, pacing slow, Following the coffin, as again it went Slowly across the snow. The passers on the street, all wondering, Looked on that sight, then followed silen...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 April 1880

" | t w . , eB TULI.,ia r e, r  IL 2 4,,,11880 .....  . ..AN.. , . P .ub.l.i . her ... a...d P.... o..p....iet .o.... . ,.. ... .. ......m e a . no w unsn, a an a Mm e Im m m," m .Me l# ,-l.:......i. LOf FIO 4 k DAVID & GARIG. CRACKERS-SODA, CiRAM AND SUGAR Crackers, Stage Planks, Ghiigr Bread, As sorted Cakes and Jumbles, all fresh stock at DAVID & GAR IG'S. W INES--Champagne, Catawba, Claret, Saun tomer Port and Sherry Wines, all of good quality at DAVID & G ARIG'S. PRIZE CANDIES-In great quantities, also Shoo Fly Gum at DAVID & GARIG'S. K EEN CUTTERl-Axes, Hatchets, Knives, &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. SARDINIES in Oil, Sardines in Tomatoes, all ,find and imported goods at Iavid & Garig's. (ATMEAL-A few 51b packages of fresh Pin Head at )AVID & GARIG'S. CHEESE--N Y Cream, English Dairy Cheese, Western Factory Chee...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 April 1880

Wrhq Youiiana 0 apitolian. LEON JASTREMMKI, Editor and fBuiness Manager. SA TURDAn A , A RIL, 24, 180. FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of -'ennsylvanla. He that too much refines his delica cy will always endanger his quiet. The Texas Convention passed reso lutions conmplimentary to Gen. Han cock. Less money in bridal tours and more in flour and potatoes, would bhe a great help toward making this country solid on her pins. The Leadville (Col.) Vigilance Committee are ordering the lawyers to leave town. This makes the colg mitteeu solid with the Londvillians. ' An Athens, Georgia, woman, point ing to a load of three bales of cotton just enterlng town on her wagon, usaid: 'My gal Sal and another mule made them three bales this year.' After imbibing the contents of all the jugs in Summit, Miss., the boys -and the girls too, for that matter- of the place propose toA haves general jug breaking. This is not the only vessel that holds stimulants, girls. The New Orleans Daily States is, we are...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 April 1880

$14 nOthiana tapitolian. ° LOCAL MATTERS. On Maoount of Illnes, Judge Cole ad. lourned Court in West Baton Rougo till Monday next. It is Impossible to make people under. stand their Ignorance, for it requires knowledge to perceive it. A beautiful smile is to the female ountenrnoe what the sunbeam is to the landscape--lt embellishes an ilferior flsc and redeems an ugly one. We arerequested to inform the llaton Roage Zouaves that an important meet nlg of the company will take place on Wednesday next, at Academy Iall, at 71 o'clock I. M. While a man's mnother lives hi hnl oune friend on eartht who will not dlsol't hint when he iws nely. Heir affl;ct-ion Ilown from a pure fiiuntain, and ceasesl onily at the ocean of etornity. A young man1 saild he kissed his girl under a lamp-post the other day Iheoantwl hi liked her. We guess nobody would be so foolish am to snuppose he kissed her because he liked the lalp post. Tlhe fatote chalf will Ie, killed and bar becuied lIn t·he' "'nwentL Iye...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 April 1880

Legend of the Clock of Strasburg, On the V('eling of t. lit 1inn's dlty, in the year of ot'r lord 13'1 2, it f~tll, imiile aged man, elothold ill a rusty nIllt of coareo serge, knocked at the door of the Epticopal palace In the ,nelent .lity of Strasbulrg. Hii fvee, ai he waited for a reply to the timid summons, at first ho tokeneul Ia nervous anxiety, lt alfter' a tim,n, seeming to relapser into at fit of Innulng, a caliw,tproc:tJid expressioni stole over his feanltrl', while a flir away look lingered in hin light, hune, h hrilking eye. Ilalf-concealhd, hal tll-.exposd, lhe held bmirLath his cloar k a roll of pnr'ehmneiI. After Nonme delay, dulring which li nOever moved fronm Ilin listles's nttillude, admhnit tancl was gaiinedll, anId he was llhered inlto the presenee of llrtlhohl, h the Iord BlishopI, and( there tinlh.ed his pia'ch linont, he lai, d hIeire the eyl s of' the 134 tonisheod prelate, phins ani d dsilgns I fr a mairveIlloIus clock, that ex'ee'ded in the' variety ofl...

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

-Publisher and Poprietor. BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA, MAY 1, 1880. w.A T-SUU, BTN OISAA DAVID & GARIG. CRACKERS SODA, CREAM AND SUGAR Crackers, Stage Planks, Ginger Bread, As sorted Cakes and Jumbles, all fresh stock at )AVID & GAR IG'8. WINEg-Champagne, Catawba, Claret Saun terne Port aid Sherry Wines, all of good quality at DAVID & GARIG'S. PRIZE CANDIES.-In great quantities, also Shoo Fly Gum at DAVID d GARIG'S. K EEN CUTTER-Axes Hatchets, Knives, d&c:, of the celebrated keen Kutter Co. DAVID & GARIG. BRIDGEWOODS WARE-And China Tea Sette at prices which will astonish the na ýives by DAVID & GARIG. O ARDINES in Oil, Sardines in Tomatoes, all Sfind and imported goods at David d Garig's. OATMEAL-A few 51b packages of fresh Pin Head at DAVID d GARIG'8. C HEESE-N Y Cream, English Dairy Cheese, Western Factory Cheese. DAVID & GARIG SUGARS-Cut Loaf, best quality; Powdered, strictly pure; N Y & Louisiana "A," White and Yellow Clarified, Choice Prairie, and Fair...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 May 1880

LEON JA$TREMSKI. Editor and I3uuinea Managor. S,'.Tr' T AY, MAY 1, 1880. FOR PRESIDENT, W. 8. HANCOCK, Of I'ennnylvania. When a man is wrong and won't admit it he always gets angry. The young man who wants to get up with the sun must notsit up toolate with the daughter. When once infidelity can persuade men that they shall die like beasts, they will soon be brought to live like beasts also. The present incumbent, Mayor En domn of Monroe, has been nominated by the Democrats of that city for re election to the position which he has filled most creditably for several years past. The Vicksburg Commercial says "long-winded prospective presiden tial eulogies are beginning to sour ome the stomach of the reading public. We'll rest on "our Hlancock case." Pass your your paw down this way, Kirkland. The friends of Judge Beattie are urging him to become a candidate in the Third Congressional l)istrict against lion. J. S. Billin. leattie's race against Gov. Wiltz should teach him that candidac...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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