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

For the Capitolian. 'IHAVE PATIENCE." (Written by Request.l I wonder what they always say, "Have patiinco" to me for, Whan everybody known full well flow I love Nancy Moore! I t makpa me feel so awful shame The blood in torrents rushes iUp in my cheeks and to my nose, IUntil I sorter blushes. I went topreachen t'other day And told old Parson Wiggin Ahlot the little fuss I had With Mrs. Sarah Spriggin. I tolt him about the old black cow A falling in the river, And how I tugged to get her out [Until I took the shivers. lie listened to mly ailments While soothing down his hair And heard a groan, then smiled a smole With such a goodly air. 'Ali, Mr. Smith," said he to tne, "I pity you, iny son, lint Patience, boy. have Patience, do, And soon the day'll be won." ,ewilikens! just wasn't I Thle maddest man alive, A onI didn't I with mighty stroke Into his visage dive , I brought him down ker-whop, onto The floor with awful lick 'IThat 11 make him quit poking fun it th;,ks whose trouble tic...

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 July 1880

LEON .*JA.'1'i:EMdI'I, Editor and lu i3i1c-4 Malnger. B. ION UUI, JULY 1). 1-:,). National Democratic Ticket, WINFIELD SJIANCOCK W M HENCUSN !FO(I P:ET DII:ANT, W. S. IlANCOCK, Of I~.- nsylvania. ,OR V iCE. PiE:SIDIENT. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Of INDIANA. FOR CONGRES:S, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. When some politicians are weighed they are found wanting every' office in which there is a vacancy. 'rThe California Workingmen, in Convention as.sembled, deposed Den nis Kearney and endorsed Hancock for President. Some schools have a rule punish ing a boy who is tardy without an excuse. A boy who couldn't give an excuse for being tardy ought to be punished. "Me vote for Garfield !"« exclaimed an old darkey within our hearing yes day. "No, sir, Gin'ral Hancock fit, bled and died fur me, and Garfish, or wv'at eber y'r call 'im, fit, bled and died for l)eGolyar." To catch the German vote, some of Garfield's relations have started the interesting rumor that his original name was ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 July 1880

LOCAL. MATTERS. Sucsdaig's (dition. 'The finest totic inl the world ii th hIome Bitters. Give me Conrad's Budweiser bottle beer all the summer for my drink. Among our callers this week, was 311 A. Thil,odaux, of West Baton Rougc who was one of the bravest rebs wh, shouldered a musket in dlefense of wvha he deemed to be right. The District Court, IIon. Ii. N. Slier borne presiding, has beeir iIn sesswin sin i yesterday morning. The term will pro baldy last three weeks, as the crilina docket is to be disliosed of. After Saturdlay, July 10th, the lhatol B)ouge, Gros:"etete & Opelousas .hilroat Co. will run regular trains. The tral has been put in good order and thi bridges thoroughly repaired. Senator I). C. Montan enlivened on: office with his presence thi4 mlorning His report of the crops in the Grosseteta stection are indeed cheering. lH-says i the planters are not satisfied, fliey are certainly hard to please. Major Philip Machet, the populan Vice-Consul of France, is again e, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 July 1880

A 7"HOF',.YID YEARS ='O3)M .V'). W e nf(vI r cati .nt.en:.d !(11 With our own tot in El'.: We've always t'otble lon our m.ind. Some nett' born care or striffe; WVhy not travl thirouigh thile wortd iV;th 111a11uhin o1 yourl brow lFor you'l nvtr know the ditlir :,." In a :t.Lo'a.nd veal froNl now. "'Twon't 1.' to h^b too .n'oud thes, dau . Il,' an., you have your wealth V tolllly o mul t' time the, w rolne I n ' ": , t. 0 A. nd theitrby lose your hl'-alt h. 1o'U't srI'n to earn your living 0 ly th' toer, Itl' spad.', the p'ow. lFr you'll! never know the dift'e.e',' In a tho'al d . ,yeas floirom now. Iweenlt' },' yoDn l' p:r1ts are 1w 1l 1 i, I)tn ' s'orn' to learn i tat lde Cl(l'ltllhfr when the sllu is w'rnii. 'ou (a it alay.'s indl the .shadte'. Don't 'ortl' to do a little work ''ohiLh sweat iadorn(il'll your brow I ',r you'll nel'ver know the diti'renll ce hIit 1 ulianad year'l8 tfrolt nlOW. A POMPEIAN HOUSE. TILe CASA I)EL CENTENAIRIO TIlE LARGEST IIITIIERTO DISCOVEIREI). The N...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 July 1880

.1 41 fi.th eu'aiIh In 1e plIty, .11141 {mntl ienough to i |i w .lt , .I I't:1 y enouhl' i to be witty, .I ta duainty ,enough to Ibe neat , .;11it tall e lnugh t o I i' graeful. .i 1.t Mli;,th enongh for a fat., ,I;1 t d r, 4 .y l li g h to III- ta1Mtefu l .1Just. InIIry enough o bxg t .Jus1 t fle ' 'M e lntil g h to Ile thnwh .1 h t Migilh, enogh Ibe Ina l, J d . sl ; ft enough to Iv lrJiqlb4 . Tune ghli t till hloulh th., eaud+.h ' a," twirl a . An,+l meek enllugh ftr Ml1 ,11i11!11t1 .J1ust boll! eno'im h to be rave., .In1 p11ids h enou, h Ih :amlili-ll ,uIt Ilh u htfll etno h to I" grnv. A f u g II 'hn l f l a I ,I! , I It h o +I h mI n, i )'. .11. t ti+I hi,, f , ,1h 1,1 . 1411. N l1,1111. -i 4 14,141 l1)an lyh.it iiist41 f ,"r l 'allo: ' 11:' lbill tiL I if ,1,":1', ,'1 :1tii ,."lkIt (n ~ 1 'll l. t ll ;l ;11111 {I .XI ,1 I't 1 t, , i t That thut a rn i iru y and.u a er hr (nroe ofnt the aeid to! ho havn . I'r'n , w .', cet, l I, frtoh, t r o ng het h11, t I i "' fr I, I1 t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 July 1880

GENERAL NEWS ITEMS. '1''l t 0-l It l ,(ulatol, ' ,f N\ .w oihlau.s is' 8i1., n inlcrl' e Minlce l -71 i of I7, Tw ,lllnths by yellow f'v 'Vw (iedllll h1t1, wvl'e.l at Ith4 Now Yor'k qa:nIiitliatie 11.1 !11 11 3ll, 4 11!' 1 , I, 1114 1111' 11, 41 )gl"1 (1 ii. T el viio , II III Ilat 11iv :L,'illi ,'It lli.irrll; i ; is' i eI r I, it,, l,ho t ,1,b ' i, il ,hi , r Of Ilien. Ord, iln 5,11i .lnto i.iI , thiN w ,eek. Thi, Thh''II11t Inth ll ll l tiI lry '4ri11ved tI Il'it lc,11, 1 'vew( '11l4 (o l t:Lhe1 d inst. Th(cy w ill li '<eitli. tllo oil i) 1(' 4olr i4al(o :lllll '.lirle1n ýA pai 111.h 1, ll il(4h1 a,'.n I11v1,4 tI'l4 hl. i (iN', i ll N 1i' Y 1r f 1'o Illav'r Th11 1' ir.' 41op1n1+0} at ilt ,tur1e Stlilt i, lltive. 1lil14: l lto 1),lr1 )1%)411 1 ront ll( '1'xl T Il " h)1 t (il1,,'l4ll, ) i t1,11 , lll'i4'1 l I.('4 3) '1'i :1 11 I Ie i ;l l il ina l I It 1'1 flli S Illr ll 14 h fIl'py, iiiln r a t I'lll Tw i ' l drll y. It,',iwa, ai i l s ly i ,lin i il 'i t - ,Ih., lhe hor' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 July 1880

-.. r...L=-,-. L: . .1ouk, ., 1 The Voice of the (People is Our only .Master. 's VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LA., TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1880.: ATTORNEYS. I 'i' I'( )1 6 ' 4,, ArronNIt'V Ar i.Aw iiiii l i 1'116111 Tti I (N ulai'Y iA it W it, I :i llii Rm ;+"* Lt,. 1 N' ( . Al It t 1t iA1'n N o 1114i I:; ln I it oi l't i i ruu . \V4 II Iit l nig , I l.a Yl hI r irr unm 116 4 t14 , 1. 11til 11 I n sel ott 1 11 ,11 fll IjI' iii l I4 ltiii 11i 1" ul \\, o. I l l U. I A'Ir Pa11: ' S. I i,.' N4 I A M()N, ArrtuiL " I,1 1 I " ilalHvl W l o (II 'iV 144.It. ( I t Nt I1. Alhrrntui.' 1(l,14 11, n11111 Rougr, I ( IJ. W ill ii. IIRW. in t)I'( I I 1 I;lciclr il )N ,J1i[vllt] )1a rll It ICA1.14;lll fll N ut t ll( Ilmrlll.r/( lt1'i, wa (i ° 1 olit ...t hu hr",'RI~I S~. I1ý't run. 1;. 1',~ Itird.. T,, Ino L RlrlllR( ANI)I1ln;\V .*IAUtSON. ( j;;1i1i1 IA;I' ANIº I1rc(lifirl;M - FiAIIII 4411't 1 a 11414 4tº4.1 11 4'M :iii'l IIg}il'44, º1441 i ý t44 ýI4444 4414 111 111I(Irri 1+111.1: x114) 4 ,11 ' Iiileii ,i l 14...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 July 1880

FEON JASTREMSKI, Editor rfAd lIiness uwalnger. ATON ROIOUGE, JULY 13, 1880. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PIRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of ~PennMylvnnin. FORl VICEPRI'IESIENT, WILLIAM' H, ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. POR CONGRESS. ION. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE NO. 2. The able writer who, over the name of Civis, attacked the principle of Universal Suffrage through the col umns of the Patriot-Democrat, some three weeks ago, returns to the sub ject under the title of this article. According to his views, universal suffrage is but the cry of the dema gogue. "Why," says he, "are not women and children allowed to vote, too ?" The query is easily answered : Men are the stronger; they are the natu ral protectors of their wives and chil dren. To defend themt against the armed invaders of the country, it is among the men only that the tax of human blood is levied. When men consent to allow the weaker sex to wield the ballot they will also permit their wives and sister...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 July 1880

Eri.* cd lr tapitolian LOCAL MATTERS. T' New Style Letter leadls. 'ou'rad's Jiudweise-r hIttled ,liv.er is a sllllllllr liverage. I lomll JBittrl' are endorl'S ed by a lIgiton of plhy.siaills and clielists. A show fall of rain yester day oevening, followed by a good shlowor last night, Itlctiually laid tli dust aidtl slightly r,oled tlit atlmosJIphere. (ive a girl long eyelahhe' andl nsnill h:iluil, Itin ll liho will pilTlt f with i nitlnher nib feet1, and imarry all arolund &a curly headid girl wearing oeles u1 ai hfalf. hI 1eiIe sectious of the, plarish taill has brln tneeded to keepI Ihlo crops uipI to Ilheir high ntalthdard of perfection, and it, in hoped yesterday's sllowers aflbrtled the desired result. Mr. Jo.shul liall annonuccs, iu anotlh rio' cdolllP111, the reception ol nulllllbeh of fresh firo.,ries, ''M61n1 of which you miay walnt,. (ivo hilm l ininnediate rall, if you want first-class articles at living rates. The following original order wal lr s't to a ulnrchain...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 July 1880

TIIE REAL MA UD MULLER Mand t'uller worked at raking hay, And elerod her forty cents a day; fer clothes were coarse, her health was line. And so she worked in the sweet senshineo ! Yhe often glanced at the far off town, And wondered if eggs were up or down: And the sweet song died of strange disease, Leaving a phantom taste of choeese. And an appetite and a nameless ache For soda.water and gliiger-cake! The Judge rode slowly into view, Stopped his horse in thoshade, and threw His fine-out out; while blushing Maud Marvelled much at the kind he "chawed." " Ism dry as a fish," he said, with a wink; " Ap' kind o'thlnk thata good drink Will brace me up," So the cup was filled With the crystal wine the old spring spilled, And she gays it him with sun-browned hand; " Thank 1 s'eaid the Judge, fn accents bland "A'thonsand thanks t For a sweeter drpught From a fairer hand"-But there he laughed; And thosweet girl stood in the sun that day. And raked the Judge instead of the hay ! A Piece of R...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 July 1880

. TRI-WEE]KLY. _7 .G . b2 e Voice of the People is Our only .M.ster.. .I, . ,.,. e,.co \OL. 2 BATON ROUGE, LA., THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1880. 2. ' .j. . 9 °9 , 9 o , I : , , 7 ATTORNEYS. ( . . I'I'OI'I , Airr ,larv Arl IlA ,nd '. N ,lyv imihli , o'mr All n. t' i ittitmn l~,ng.,, ii. Sp,,ial. a imn 1111 given t i, 4lm1 h.+ i i l t i . 1 it 1tint , Inkimn teitimony nol le An .Ini lit,. and to :ll othemr mitlrm m reqlirlJ the .I it till i + In At tre1im"y or Notary in tle narlish Oii .l - I'ft I:a n liltl,'. ip I.1 VJI IiI II 1N.. I\ N ( N ,, AI'I'ItNiANK ANtiºUD it.oltI I . ,\ b i . Ilommnaionvilhe, Ia. Will prac. i i,' in aill Ihe couits of the state of Louih ian. r '1 It l). 1l-. il Ill'tIEE, Arl mNiY I. :ill Cnl Itt lor ait Iaw. Itlime--Nom. Ii, mk. m Ill Iotnell kon;gn, La. Will practice n the ;1:11t ;n ill 'edli.ra ll C:o llrtn. 1 IEc LItON, I RIJl BEA LE I A'liNrliNM.I andillONmitolUtL AT iAW Oftlce mi Nhorth IBomulevalm rd street, nari the potlot lllIme, Idllaon 1:tngil,, ila. W ill...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 July 1880

ýGri..ý i Ii (tpit tdloit IAE 1or .i t4i r.I " BIA'rON ROIJ(E, .1111,Y 15, 18rO, National Democratic Ticket. :"O l PRIESIDENT, W. S. HIANCOCK, ( f 1' tllIylvntanlit. FORlt VI'ICE.I'IEII)ENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR ICONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of IiioL litilno Rouge. AN EXTRA SEBSION. hi A tittlhber of oilr contemporaries' are advocating an1 Extra Secsion of the Legislature, as anll imperative neces sity to the public intterest. Among others the Ma1iksvillo Review says : "Why do we need an extra sessionI For almost everyvthing; for the charter and debt of N. 0. To provide a more efcelelnt systen of revenue; to make a provisitn by whllich assessaenlllts can t be revised anld eqliali'ced through- I out the State; to reconlsider the Lot tory Bill; and last but not Ieast,to inake some decent anld lnce4sary provision C for Public lEducatlomn. 'These are only I a few of the many things that need 1 immediate attcntion. T'l'htast Legis lature was a ldisgrace to the party." f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 July 1880

(i*(krftrid Qapitulian LOCAL MATTEFS. FROMM KANSAS API. ;I.d,' WELL 'PLANiTEi hWElr li f 'ATiE IN MA(1RCH, AND TAl''TED FORl 1I031r, IN Ji'lY. ° I'., he l loing hltter 1. Bnot App. li Ho.tell, a fierler 'tiloyee ofll t (ie NW S1. Ioins ic lautation, to orne If' his, 'rieiids in tlhis patish. Hll; e'dtel. fIrom Ilhi: Ni tlriN ll Io KiluMa eomeo ti1 e' liast winter, a.tin I his litterst i otain t i l ml, :Iell [ uiblstcl e'Ie of him e'Npel ri.ece , 1hlicuh e,. Ielieve to bee a fair illitlCtha io01 ol le sadil dilsappointment l,of the' o: odlst Yrs g,.ener;lnly. W ariye indhbted to Mr. l hich we Ie Ibulish florii tc infration of tihole. eel oli" coloredl people lwho (llly 3l' . 'lictedl with ehe Kau.ce Nf'ver. \'i a' ii ,lpy teo state that Mr. f Iatlinl ;has li''iishd poor Iocswell Ih meansl to relorin hotie, a1d1 he left St. Louis eIth lin family oi tlhel, lth init; IlllST L.'TT'I'E Il. ' 1., . Slit Nus, KAS., ltcar'cleh l, I~l-. 1;.1Fi1 1,1 ,illilam.e- write' voi. l II'Ve I lce...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 July 1880

to " Ios frgm her bd one turn, oa f VFlith'i nervuesdred Of Uthe ee of elothes to be waibell, and more Than a dozen mouths to be fed. There's the meals to get for the me in in the field And the children to fix away To s eol, and the milk, to be skimnmed and churned, And all to be done this day. It had rained in the night, and all the wood Was wet as it couldM e, There were puddings and pios to biake besides A loaf of cake for ten, And the day' was hot, and her ac;lin head Throbbe4 Wearily as she said, "If maddens but knews what good wivens know They would be in no haste to wed." "Je nie, what do you think I told Ben'Blrown " Called the farmer from the well And a flush crept uip to his bronzed brow; And his eyes half-bashfully fell. "It was this," he said-and coming near se smiled, and stooping down, Kissed her cheek-"'Twss this, that you were the best And the dearest wife in town !" The farmer went back to the fluidhl, and Ilhe wife In a smiling and absent way, Sang snatches of tend...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 July 1880

E.ASTR w£x, 2a toheIoiod o the (e.pleis Ouroonly ,Master. , . ROUGE,,LA., S.A JULY1'79 1880, .. ar VOL.,.ATO ROUGE, LA., 'SATURDAY, JULY 1, •O VOL.~1 2; , ..... . • , ATTORNEYS. -I W . POPE, ATroaxwrY AT LAW and --. Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col hlttion of racconts, takidg testihuony under com miinion, and to all other ,imatters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v2n13 H N. LANG, ArroaNEY AND CoUNBEEw . At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prao. tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. TrlHOM. B. DUPR.EE, A'rroRNEY and Counselor at Law. Otice--No. 6i, Pike's Row, Batton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. H ERRON,BIRD & BEALE. ATTORNNEY and COUNseielo AT LAW. OQiice on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi ness entrusted t% them in this and adjoining parishes. A. S. Herron.....C. C. Bird......

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 July 1880

"Come hither, you madcap darling!" I said to my four.year-old. "Pray, what shall be done to the bad, bad girl Who will not do as she is told 1 Too well you love your own wee way, While little you love to mind; But mamma knows what Is best for you And isl't she alwaygkind 7" SoI told her of "Casablanca" And the fearful burning ship. !'Do you think;" said I, "such a child as that His mother would have to whip t" And my heart went out with the story sad Of this boy so nobly brave, Who would not dare to disobey, Even his life, to save. Then her eyes grew bright as the morning, And they seemed to look me through. Ah-ah, thought I, you understaud The lesson I have in view. "Now what do you think of this lad, my love? Tel)me all that Is in your heart." "1 fink," she said, "hbe was drefful good, But he wasn't the least bit smart!" A VISIT TO JACKSON, LA. EXERCISES AT CENTENARY COLLEGE. TIlE INSASE ASYI.uIt. At 3 A. M. on Tuesday of last week, we took a buggy and driver and started for Jacks...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 July 1880

771iF, RE.! L 31A U!1) MULLEUt Mui'il Mtililer worked at raiabng buy, Ad nil io.,rI'e her forty cieltfta day; tier clinisi wieNre' runrs(e, her' health Warn line A till Ii)i rnls worked In the itweet sunsl~iii ! hr earn gl ianced at the far off town;, A lid witilt' id It eggs s'were till or (hww i: Ad hy` wr i'rwrt song died or Nt rittige llli'IIMI, lI',ving; it jihiiilitit taste oJf Cheese, A lid ai aihppetite aind a niaieliess at-lie plir (,edit wuite toutii' glnger~t';ke; 'Ite .1 iiigl rodie *lowly ntob view, St itpprill horse; In the Ph~ale, ruind threw It fhit' ( itI. oult ryllbe blaxlitntig Mhuu;; A Jv'i d M,,'.ilici it.'111 wth i kiid he " llwlo'ltiii." Sit I bilurinillt ttp "$ til i ll, (, 11UM 'ilt''til a il~led W ith! t~i ill' t p' n t oll iv. I,.'th o li ii ap t~i b sp id An Pi~ec;;%e of hmwrt Romnce.wnr an: "'I'i? i'll: laid the i. B~lh'ir I'reP,'t ott blindt "A I'IV ltae'Ml tihans Iltri viiiit liii city I'nllg r'em;tI'lerhad"hlet thr heItihd A i ag d ut he iiet, irl t~t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 July 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Hlusines s Manager. BATON ROUGE, JULY 15, 1880. National Democratic Ticket WINFIELDI 8IANCOC ILIAM H.ENCUISN FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of 1'ennsylvanin. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. AN EXTRA SESSION. A number of our contemporaries are advocating an Extra Session of the Legislature, as an imperative neces sity to the public interest. Among others the Marksville Review says: "Why do we need an extra sessionI For almost everything; for the charter and debtof N. O. To providea more efficient system of revenue; to make provision by which assessments can be revised and equalized through out the State; to reconsider the Lot tery Bill; and last but not least,to make some decent and necessary provision for Public Educatlon. These are only a few of the many things that need imnediate attention. The last Legis lature was a disgrace to the party." if the session.is to be held, as it s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 July 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Suesdqa's d di1ion: A slow fall of rain yesterday eyening, followed by a good shower last night, effectually laid the dust and' slightly cooled the atmosphere. Give a girl long eyelashes and small hands, and she will put up with numrbe six feet and marry all around a curly headed girl wearing ones and a half. In some sections of the parish rain has been needed to keep the crops iup to their high standard of perfection, and it is hoped yesterday's showers atfforded the desired result. Mr. Joshua Beal announces, in anoth er column, the reception of uiumners of fresh Groceries, "Sonme of which you may want. Give him an iaunediate call, if you want first-class articles at living rates. The following original order was sent to a merchant in Delaware: "Mr. Does-Will you please Let Mr. Horn have a bushel of corn ? Charge the amount to my,account. And in the fall I'll pay you all. Yours, truly, John W. Dooley." Beware of imitation. Call only for Conrad's Budweiser. If you fin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 July 1880

LOTE LIGHT;ENS LA 11 O!t. 0 A good wife rose$n her lbet one morn, And thought with a nervous dred Of the piles (of clothes to be washed, and molre Than a dozen mouths to be fed. There's the meals to get for the teen in the field And the children to fix away To school, and the milk to be skimmed andt churned, And all to be d!one this day. It had rained in the night, and alt the wood , Was wet as it could be, There were pulddiugs and pies to bake, besides A loaf of cake for tea, And the day was hot, and her aching head Throbbed wearily as she said, "If maidens but knew what good wives know Th'ey would be in no haste to wed." "'len.it' , n a: t o:, ou think I told Ben Irown B '' (,iled the fin:ner from the well A nil a flush crept up to his bronzed blow; And his eyes half-bashfully fell. "It was this," ne said-atnd collin nliar HLe 'tailed, and stooping down. Ki'"ed her cheek--"Twas this, that 3ou were the best SAndl the dearest wile in.toun TI[e faruer went hack to the tilld, and the ...

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