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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 February 1879

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 February 1879

LEON JASTREMSKI, ditor aOnd EBusiness 1FaY rager EATON ROUGE, LA., FEB'Y 8, 1879. SALUTATORY. We present to-day to the public the first rumber of the LOUISIANA CAPI TOLIAN, in response to the verdict of the people of the State, re-establish ing the Capital at Baton Rouge. We have adopted the title after mature deliberation, as one eminently suited to the present situation of affairs, and one that, appertains to residents or things that are of the political me tropolis. We deem it opportune to offer our heartfelt congratulations to the voters of our commonwealth for their great great achievement. They have for the third time selected our beautiful city as the seat of the State government. They have shown clearly by this de cision, and by voting down with great odds the other twenty proposed amendments, that they view the Cap ital question as paramount to every measure tending towards a return to the economical and judicious adinin istration of public affairs of the ante bellum (days....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 February 1879

y· lr bte fo 'P llip Ma- bra s r Mike Cha t, for late g ig papers. 0 CoL ' I4 roT NoWN .-Glance er n and you will find an t nl4ce from this oever official. t 'al telegram frbn New Or- p tes *bat an inJnne has been I r veting the Audi or from issu- If y arrants against the General a for 879, . tef l thank ae extended ," illet, of West 3aton Roqge tl for o present of a work enti "He a, Honors and Horrors of 7T ellow ever of 1878." el JAID -Is the auctioneer par rt cc. oee who vant anything l in his and in IFjuick and bsid like m O, could not call upon a mtan, is too well known to D any eces. Examine his card. o a send first number of the ci troLIA d oime of our, friends t ri STh who, desire to have their Si es place our list of 4scribers w please : y us, otherwise we will W their p ere before sending oth r bers. ,h sss. F r & LAMOx.-These i 'ln at attending to all legal di ss en 4 their care, with di well kn o ptness and ability. T tablis 1' ation 6f this fire Uo flicien, a ta...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 February 1879

c- 4nu ud atsti . A little Pbf, now and than, Is relieheA\ by the wivsest men. Little drops . water', 3 rn Little grains of sand, dr4a. Make a weighty angar * 1(eut*the grpcet's hb-' and u What I'd like to know," said a H( schoolboy, "is how the mouths of the next rivers can be so much larger than their repo heads." 41,14 If women are really angels, why 518, don't they fly over a fence instead of earn making such a fearfully rwkward Job Ii clihnbing cone At last we have discovered it. ('ol. sCrv Fred Grant aceconlpanien his father to witl take care of the presents the Inla ter hopes mo to receive. - and we- alor If "every mann is the architect of Let lhis own fortune," the most of them ha1e tar. better ab.andon architecture and go to maulitng rails, virg "Rather than touch another drop e' of liqnor " said a zealous convert at a shoe temperanr e meeting at Magnolia, Miss., firuil the other night, "I would take a razor ,I and blow out my brains." Ihce If you've anything to say, dlo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 February 1879

T A if·Z ·~ fiu 2c.., Publiaer asa Proprieto r. Pnblii:i ·!t ~ ~ l~·ite , " ·-'·· `u clI tt , d ni,%L tUany. adisc that TEN YEARS AFTER. and London Graphic. flirth Ten years ago, when she Was ten, waL I used to tease and scold\ber; get I liked her, and she looked me too, I8 A boy, soeie five years older. it Co I liked her; she wou'd fetch my book, whe Bring lunch to stream or thicket; instk Would oil ily gun, or bait by hook, fain And field for hours at cricket.as bShe'd mend my cap, or find my whip; she 1 Ah ! but boys' hearts are stony. ther I liked her rather less than Gyp, disa And far less than my pony. lhe She loved me thenitho" h0vouknowlW - Her scores of dolls she's hai to cry, That I decapitated. and I torte her frocks, I pulled her hair, ih h Calledl red the sheen upon it. cha Out fishing, I would even dare self Catch tadpoles in her bonnet, went WVell, now I expiate Illy crnne; ed 'rhfe Ne,'mesis 'of fables Cailie after years; to-day, Old Time wen On me had turned the tab...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 February 1879

LEON JASTREMBKI, Editor and iBuuin em Manager. BATON 30OUGE, LA., Y*18, 1879. THE COIVEUTION. "As thick as leaves in Vallombross," t, are the candidates for the Constitu- I tional Convention. Three times, three a times three with the tiger thrown in, a Is just about the number of those t mentioned in that connection. We are a happy to chronicle this fact, for the c reason that it indicatet that the peo- t people are anxious to canvass this important question thoroughly, in u order that the qualifications of the p several;gentlemen named may be dis- s cussed and carefully weighed before r a selection is had. All that are spoken c of are men of merit, men who will do a their Utmost for their constituents if c they are chosen. c Th t le of tIf city and parish c votes as.a mark of esteem, nor to c exhibit the popularity of this man I over that man. Bear in mind, East Baton Rougeans, that you will place 7 upon the shoulders of your delegates the weighty responsibility of guarding J and d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 February 1879

LouiA .A toTimt. OCA ATTERS. td1i a Ganig's can be found a ,rtment of wagons, carts, car td _nggies. 'ITOLIAN-Can be purchas ansient public at the news r. Chambers, on Third street, iromanl's "Blue Store" on -In our haste to place our r before the public, several 'rrors appeared in last Satur n, for which we ask the in our readers. the Spring time comes, gen -If we are to judge by the ther of the last week, the beautiful days of the Spring 'lose at hand. HIANKS--Are extended the rbhlc who have so liberally since the establishment of tLIaN. We feel that we can these nlumerous favors by th might and main to advance est of this community. To do vill spite neither time nor ;nALD.--From this vigorous f reform comes a cordial wel _the C u'rroLrAN. We take n recording the good wishes is, and cordially reciprocate We hope to preserve those lations with the Herald, that able to maintain among the of a communnity. . RAtND,PIT.i, Esq.--In ac ing the kiindness of this geln r late papers, on his...

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

A DANJOE OF DEATH. BY HUBERT H. DUVA. . La Scala, at Milan. The city is out in force, and the theater packed from pit to gallery. 'The Signorina Salerni sings to-night in the same rolQ ii whih she made her debut, on these very boards, three years ago. She has earned a rep tation world-wide since then in Paris, London, Vienna, St. Petersburg, and across the ocean beneath the Stars and Stripes. Everywhere the prees and pub lic opinion have sounded her praises and admired her perfect ,flgre and beautiful face, yet never! has a whisper been breathed against tier fair name. As an actress she is ravishingly and voluptu ously charming-se a woman, cold as ice and chaste as snow. The piece is "Semiramis," and she takes the part of the haughty Queen. When she appears the audience gaze en raptured on the beautiful face and ex pressive eyes that now light up into a blaze of amorous tenderness, anon over flow with tears of sadness and heart wrung regret, and again lighten with the glare of fierc...

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

SBATON ROUGE, LOUISIAN, s, .... .' - " ; v'7 - DTH 0 TH P ,,. li .....1 A.. . .. . ...ll set hernervesquiver I . all tbý to led * love's coi and self ashe sat there Mbdi toaet. seat, ltt not in her Where Mi oshis turbid stream for af Jennie, along, tile con, who we Br That mightY famed in tale and lefttb rm, her gel song;er ever-b - And gently 1 James' fertile shore, frote net eein Wf  Ere he i mingles with the she at thinking,e . oensclasplg and unc] i A noble ca den feudal days, witl h wild nervo Frofi (ists the trav'ler's wan- wor$d ith a str Sring  wonder if he High on a dly pile doth rise, murd. Then rhn Far the azure skies; in e room , and, With mmi battlement and he lf, continued tnrrau W l musthave s _ While vn of classic beauty" usomen-and Slie a e f l iwomen--nd Withir d tahe cr0vumbling back g(e." Then, p tit i io head, she mu Once list wis, tie riglhteos aUd ' are so gray , ve een long The and the a~ges of a mighty r ppose he has me." a hemand rule her fate; Then she ...

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

~h oui~iarnu Qthiitolinn. nvIi tol, theo ()r·1 ý fU11;~ ta~il LEON JASTREMSKI, 1il11 Kc d 1t(or nnU 231 u ..I rr o r Aio ua y(I r. -_ ___ -- ___ -_ _ 7- - -- r. BATON ROUGE, LA., YEB'Y 22, 1879. ~ OUR VALENTINE. We can scarcely ctll by any other title the prolposition which has been suIlinitted to us b)y our Ieteecnied neigh Ior of the Advocate. The great ques tion now revolving in our mind, viz: whether the suggestion, as he ternns it, is meant in earnest, or is it a lurlesqlUo on the exacm tunount of purity (9) necessary to constitute a full-fledged delegate to the Contven tion. We will not attenpI)t to conceal our embarrassnlent, anld we will ask our readers to hell us out of the dilenmmna. Here it is : Inaniiiisuch as there MO''ljn tol e i grow ing sneutimenit displrovi l of nalaltrietd oll cer{ scud memerhta's of the lthgislatutine bleilng sc4lit 1114 dt.ligittes it) tlhe Collititlu tionlial Convllutllioln, w' wouhl islluggest it plan by which the valuable)I sertvices of I soni...

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

OTTERS. rel*tive to the a c ee ?Ion p bolf, deceased. Ii aS isia-toeono sale of S. c " 1di. Dsto king will thid-metal profeenal *it to Ba- 4 A ~M. the (t2t bndae fi March. At Mrs. Crran's, Thli Stre a - THa CAPiTOLlAN--..anpurchas- a ed by t ltnittublic $L tel news 9 d'i°q l 't; beh ou li>d street, and at 'lewanm's "Blue Plore" on Main street. WIE aknowledge a eel btn Mr. b Brothers, on Wednesday, the lve and 0 genial representative of the l r of A. Levi & Co., the renowneletoeker finrm of Noe Orlean,. t t] Mn. Albert Hiller, one of oea pub- ea ulsher's Israelite friends, late of Igno- O lia, Miss., now a resident of 11tlitage, Y brightenedi our saictum with hsniles e i and good wishes last Tucsy. WE ARE pleased to cJi attention to that gentlemanly and s ql] dental surgeon, DalD. stoekingi Wgives no tice of his early arrival in ouodst. He needs no praise here, whoere hi so fa- o, vorably known to all. ThDoctor's ti proverbially courteous and asalnoda- b tint manners, as ...

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

ST DING ALONE. .ALs. M. P. HANDY. ,, a'by is standing all 'loney !" e children all shout in their glee ud father and mother and auntie Must hurry and come to see. So baby-the cute little darling! Is put through the wonderful feat, And fondled and kissed and commended For being so smart and so sweet. With the cunningest air of triumph She stands in the midst of us all While the outstretched arm of her imother Is ready to save a fall, And whenever the little one totters Around her ia hastily thrown. 'Tis fine fun-thinks the baby This frolic of Standing Alone! Ah, many a time in the future She'll long for the aid of that arm, When the love and the care of a mother No longer can shield her fron harm ! For oft when our need is the sorest There's no one to wlom we can turn And Standing Alone is a lesson 'Tis hard for a woman to learn. And often and over, my baby, Before life's long journey is done, You will yearn in your hours of weaknesi For something to lean upon. When the props upouwh...

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

w.: ·:4 gumers ,TORROUGE IY AN :L Mum 11M t,= e* : t 9A + x 1'.. j a 1 s µ '3i J Jý.ýBAT N i;.4ýUGE 00. AR ,'.r U- BA' . Pn i1 ial know BETA GUARD BEFORE THY LIPS. t Tongues unguarded throw disaster Right and left for words run wild, a Cutting deep, dividing fond hearts, Turning parents from a child. te h Pleading cannot stay their mischiefs, my Tears cannot assuage each wound; he Sorrow hovers o'er the places Where unguarded tongues are found. I have seen the laugh of childhood Checked by some forbidding tone. For hash words of constant chiding Wear like drippings on a stone. Fed by frowns, the child of nature tprome Dons a moody, sullen air, b Innocence gives place to boldness, Viifh Joyfulness to grim despair. 9poke abella I have seen the cheek of childhood Blanch beneath a thoughtless word, 0 While a rush of bitter anguish All unsought the young heart stirred; fiears Visions of a faithless lover, prm< Trusted while trust proved vain-- of al These cold words of careless meanin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 March 1879

hq ouisiana (a~itotan. LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Ianxager BATON ROUGE, LA., lIAB. 1, 1879. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. For SenatorialDele~gte, mrnEuinWWV M. 8 . R-RO 1. For RE.eprewntative Delegatew, •LOBL I '. YOLTNr, "Twenty years ago," said a colored philosopher, "niggers was wuf a thou sand dollars apiece. Now dey would be deah at two dollars a dozen. It's 'stonishin' how de race am runnin' down." Mr. Tucker of Kentucky wants a law making it unlawful for any Pal ace car conductor to charge more than $1 for a night's accommodation, or more than $1.50 for twenty-four hours luxurious travel. In struggling to make a dull-brain ed boy understand what conscience is, a teacher finally asked, "What makes you feel uncomfortable after you've done wrong T" "Pa's leather strap," feelingly replied the boy. The Atlanta Constitution estimates that during the past two seasons the farmers of Georgia have paid out $3,000,000 for mules-all from west ern stock raisers. Louisiana pays...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 March 1879

LOCAL MATTERS. The Advocate Is "resurreotlfg" re- Unitu -p form I LoulSa ScO notice of Sheriff's sale in the apparet anse of Felix Formenuto vs. John S. t- of vi gnet. pl Thoet who need spectacles can ob- oloun AP tnal the Conmstlhtonal pair at the Advo- plain 4' cate office ! ver ----- --+ --- Jovial Loal news scarce, and the Advo- gives it r'ati says "the old tree at the corner has little 4 lbeen ut doeºwn." he Is a -- - c--- -1lvrr 'rift season for trimn ing fruit trees is at hand. Borrow the Adeocat pat givest, i not pruning knife. onr and The weather has become brighter partiali iia the last t or three days, muatch to Heo r thus natlsfacti of planters and mor. groundUd chants. or tweon advice aq Our thanks a extended to the quireoe ulyrenme Managers of Pelican ilook and Ladder most kl4 Company for cowmli stary tickete to eOnera1I their ball. the iU,. Wi )r.NTAI-'l)r. D). S king will Univeridl mnakie his usliUl p1rofe,lolnal lsit to Ba- eat iuters ton liullge tilhe first M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 March 1879

THE O GBE D WILL filled at t It was my afrst vist to London since eold I had taken apmy abode mndentered on daughth the practice of my profeseionas olicitor perfeot." of Southampton. ed ngel In London I had a very dear iend, "What my old Mend, my college chum, George a defant Dickson; and as he was the only poersmO "«gp pmon I knew in the great metropolis, t that of couse. I lost no time hunting him up rising a Three years had passed since oar last on the 2 meeting, but ten could have scarcely egram to produced a change more marked than was the had taken place in the appearance and called or manner of my friend. now on Our frt greetings andifriendly nqui- ence 1 rise over, I longed, yet forbore, to ask facture the cause of my frlen&'s melancholy. I your II felt sure, in due time, of being made the clothe yi confident of the secret, provided no mo- procure tive of delicacy prompted its conceal- You, or ment. simulate That evening, in my room at the hotel, The witi George told me...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 March 1879

L B' 4d$t4d di t fan . LOVED AT LAST. And so he loves me, though they said 'No lover e'er would come to me, That I should ne'er be wooed or wed, t Or nurse a child upon my knee; They were so sure that I should miss The wran's heritage of bliss. And I, too, in the fad gray hours, When through low clouds no sunlight shone, And then the slow September showers Seemed nature's tears for summer gone, I murmured with a long,asad sigh, " "My summer also has gone by." But now I know that what to me Seemed autumn rains were showers of spring, Summner has conic and now I see Love's sunlight brighten everything; He says he loves me, and to-day My yeAr rolls back to early May. How did it come t I ask of him; He says my face is sweet and fair, And yet to me these eye seem dim, And on this brow are lines of care; But now these eyes shall yet be bright, And once again this brow grow light. Fli loves me ! loves nme! I repeat The blest assurance every hour; And now the wine of life is sweet That yest...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 March 1879

Edlteo rmida ueinea 31 ºasnBg*r. or Representative Delegates, RO$ea T. Z'o. rras, TO THE VOTEBR OF THE PARISH OF EAST BATON ROUGE. The undearsigned, candidates to rip regent this parish in the Constitutiomal Convdition, adopt this method of sub mitting to you our views of some of the questiong of paramount impor tance, that ill have to be acted on by the coming convention., We do not0 ropose to enter itp a Slengthy argument of any of these m tters, but only to put concisely borejoun course we propose to pursue, sho you think proper to honor upwith your confidence. The poverty of our people, and the embarrassed condition of the financial affairs of the country, to a great ex tent brought upon us by the reckless an co~rapt administration of the goteranent, ftom which we have just emerged, imperatively demand from those you may select to represent you, a zealous and unremitting effort to reform abume of every kind, and in this directiob, the abolition of all nuee le ;offices, the redu...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 March 1879

jou. ani na pit th . LOCAL MAIL. 1 Don't forgetso tc e dissenters and for the "CatL Ticket.' See adminidator's notice in thea* matter of the eneccs :.of .Samuel: Bard, deceased.  The.rden all busy, and In time there will be an abundance of veg tables to "soothe the cravings of the a innermant" Li We have been having vety;t t ' weather for the past few days, and fro bi all accomte qur farmers are busy with their planti ..a . The salvation Rtitouge as the State Capt.li enas the suecesse of the "Capital'Piqket," and u pn amdd . action should be the ~owatina T TnnE CAPIOLAN--Q ale p chaS - ed by the transient publio t tli news depots of Mr. Chambers, .on Thittreet and at Heroman's "Blue 'Stor' " o Main street. An exchange gets off the fllowing: h You may tax, you may Oattes The cur, if you will, But the dt~rkey will Cang To his yeller dog still. -. . From the itev'W. T. Davis, if t% ' pained to learn that on last .night the dwelling house of Mt'.Seai c' Westbroo tuasted r Bethel Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 March 1879

THE RED J'AOElT. It was a queer o stoa crOw prespt4s), as z a ost sobooa$r by b in cool grouand floor of Hadeda ed d1'ORs ca, which we had turned into kvp1*id house for the noeee. Ti1 haeleidero was sao oeRoyed -a our having an our eighty is Mi into Cuban wat.g, that he gave 4 the key I lars, and a royqtering t1oe hadtia Fiercely mmzietached Oaepardo Chaco took his turn. spA ip :lgya . He had been dridlag :deep, and, 'gu in hand, he began o'$*1 wing in 4, mys-' terioos tone, wldoht ep ed into a doleful strain as he progressed: "Joseph Bolton, I aee you," sjd the old sechool-teaobr to one pupil of thr teenqrhom he detected inking the neos of a bIeping school-plate. Joseph Bolton, thoughi admonshed'by the teacher, wasgon afterward guilty of bloeing pape' wadding through a quill, $nt blank at the head of the school monitor, and it did not so happen t this time that Providence favred hose who sported the hoavit tllary. On the contrtry, the td r pounced upon the young cainoptier, g...

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