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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 June 1880

For the C Arrt'oL:AX.l . TIIE AN(ELL OF DEATI!. Within a darkened chamber Of a marble palace grand, 'There slowly camne an angel From the far off spirit lanri' It tluttered its white wings gentl), Over the sleeper so fair. And t hl:i ht what a beautifu! blrt den It wou l tlake up the go:lden stair. T'µas aIn ,'t iuy hl, it iia 0idhn, tIhat lay on thie %hilen ed -he woke, and rsmilel on the anIg1, 'Tlin stihnk i:er beauti ful htald Na, eiaath. hI unnort g,o tie-day, F'r IIe l.eemrl "u l!ar anl h is, t, 1\id t iellI, oh an;g, l l' 'ty .'1 al.' "o I h. ,' shO wI uI W n"l lilt 'T P . ttl. 1. jay l hiVe 4La otwn li" ii' e i ht A,t iii ~ t old tail u e the' . n lihi deck '11ie t' i ymi g brlide tont ii. 'ay Stl ' .ai . II' lt ro, hii t ,l , ii t ai)t.ili Hte nill i wad'p to seu nat gal. ior Ic a tho e his urie. voh iei 'lo ' A mli 1 lk ow he d mniss rie s0. T!'he .,a , !'.,, ed whihl she s1 1:4e. Th* u,, t l tissped snitand low.i t ind h c,m nd yi for hii s tof -ii,' , lt. ha ,::it d t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 June 1880

LEON JASTREM8KI, Ieditor and Bumineis Manager. BATON ROUGE, JUNE 3, 180. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Penn.ylvania. LOUIBZIAJB, _EAD THIS! I,LT 'Cs HAVE IP'L :CE-BA.ºYON:TS AND G;HAPE' FRI Tl:E OICTII-TIIHE 1EP1lit fICAN tP'ROG(ItAMME iou 1880. Th'le following letter and accompa nying documents, which are in our possession together with blank forms, rolls, etc.. will show how much reli ance can be placed on the words of conciliation uttered by U. S. Grant, during his late visit to the South, when her citizens were duped intopay ing hinm honors and treating him to banquets and feasts. ILet .those of our people, who are about to be seduced by falahopearea4 these. documents. and say whether Southern men jan anord to give their ..support to the Republican nominees of the Chicago Convention. Republican successmeans the over. throw of the Republic and.the oppres-. lion of the Southern States. It behooves all those who love the government of the Constitution and a Union of co-equal St...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. udast's dition. The Miasonie fraternity of Clinton are preparing for a Grand Regalia IlHll, on it. John's day, .1une 241th. 1 'rThe Pointe Cenpeo Record is the i'it nulme of the nuccemsor of the Pelican. .th ~harloes W. Duroy.ie the edlitor, and el- tiona Senator.John E. Irheanz is the.propri- ' etor.. We wish the new palper alhoi giL ldart sielelst . pre s The Rlepublicans have two aldidates 111 for Congress in our ilistrict. .Judgo.lo. citize E. King, for the Ikfattri' wing, and a sIdn feel of Tom Anderson for the Warmothites. that 'Iey have as much chaii'ce of being the elected ans crosing the Atlantic in a hand-l.basket. nona The Spider Webl is the title of a' little whol papejr publish'ed in (iretna by two bright givit boys, who, so weo learn by Mrs, McGiven, of ti are only twelve years of age. The en- In terprims ovidepees precocious ability and for San energy. deserviin encoulragement at they the l~pndsof the public. chitl .. np' ther column waill be feunL.''J...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 June 1880

A BOMANOS IN THE ROY,04 FAMILY. 'h'bsl~two themnes dearest to romance frotrr the earliest dri wn of literature'have been thbetriumph of love over convent tioon 'obstacles, and the devotionr of a noble dlaughter to orunl aaged father, ltosir:ted by others in Iis declining years. 'f'hesai eletn.'lnts iof in rvl'es'rIa ,ri ombineel in the history of the Prinrcoes Frederica of IH aover, narried recently at\ I nds', Castle, .iunder the especial J,atronageo of her cousin, ,iuee'n \1ictoria, to Baron Vou ,.'arv'; iian nilngeui, her late fath eI's ..iri vat e secretary. 'Th e 'riuce(ss Frederica was dtlaghter of the ex-Kiiug George V., of f lunover, whli- was d'spoi'ld of hls dorinioun anid aartiom'iously. persecuted by. the ower of impelrial (eor~imany.. 1[o was. I hI, 'ex~llentt sn of (t faiher brited:l h all I el-t-rho I )a k of (nlom erland, sifthr so .of 4e'o. 111. and Quoon Charlotte, whp, lit. for the intervention of hisr niedce, V'ictoria (daughter of his do e +41d older brother, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 June 1880

TILE OLI IliI As ) .!OXs. Wo. read of an aftair u Whe old maid, a I wat t gi' to t so.iher ou s Still wore k her hair in ult lis, . And generally linked abyot as pert h Ahs any o' theu girls. T1 Slot youkldnt bear, thi eit s e't he uat of Sheould he brought back to mindai, C llut mile had abort the. average: tongue NV A ll the rent u v' her kind. ol She lo it oke on flower as slly thingt , That, thook a heap ocarili e dit e Iltatjaaast athie tle,rtic thlar t of ther ca eae, a Were growin' everywliero. gIl She had a og, an I rec ollhct. He thawed may leg one daey Anl' every man that knew tli: le is oil JStop how' it tomle awaboyt. tier old gray cait jadgeel fll thie paents 3'e | ll iha rert old maid wo a lh't sons, c ,r\l smluchow didhn't pan out/. A poked t ellin'Yor fS i all 1t fur . lint tilo l1iw1 iaid ar.'allv her plal a AWere soon truled upsrde down, Anthl' sllp'rit ro ! wiilli, Ill talkiei iif Woent Int tf playtin cliowy. to viet ,lll A474 4411W fh lll tIIL o l, IItd too....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 June 1880

"JU1IUtB" AGAIN, F."l h , ,'Il) ;t t 1 1r 1n u 1,ra t. 'ThIe NIew \ r( ; 'h'vas I mnrcat hais Ii hi le 11: ' I i ' li ,z ' 1 '. t , Vll 'n Ii ')%. lii ! ii ll II ) w4'1' to1 ti"e i 'i iticiI' r. ' ,d e . I :I ; , l1 it U ).'i4, w I ' ,(i i 1::' :; ." , h: ; s an' , 1t ,l 11111 ain'R t O gten or n(l or, i:,s pick theat irehs firly out, aila trin tls m1g ni cP--'tI4 i,01 tl e 'r whin ch,  l d is. '., Itd failed to eSrcie' Mas hat lu :e'nc e uae lice'm in a juingl,', that his Riot at Lome is 't!alp-jacks and bhtter-milk,' arld says cotrols in the t 'riticit of anomy en Wre Marson, whrit t I say New Orlas an rdenocat Wiltz man before the nomtina tion,uld aagaiounst gden or ayone elsehi bnt that his observations during tige late session of the ienate changed his mind entirely. That Governor Wiltz had failed to ex River that intryfluence and control in the interst of economy thingd reform that was i t of te ufrkhim. We take it that the New Orlean l Democrat has said the hardest things ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 June 1880

TRI-WEEKLY. a. TASGTEtr, y* 'lThe Voice of lthe ?ople is Our only MJlaster. -w.ý,. W.. s.o VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE{'A,; TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1880. NO. 26. ATTORNEYS. ( AV. lPOPEit, ATrrUt.r AT LAw anl S otal.v I'ublic,. l'ort Allu, Wiest iBaton Ionige., laa. SalUrial attentiion ,iuiven to e therIl. cntioll orf aceolltlros, talking tretionS y ulndelr ielar misnion, anll fo all other manttlts requtirnog tlhe att"entioe or antll Attornley or Notaer ill tihe parlliish of IVWet liltoln hloiuge. uprlI. v2n13 JII N. LANG, A'rIroNltr AND COIUEai.olL Il. At lw, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac tice In all the rcourts of the State of Louiiana. rl-HOS. B. DUPREE, Ar-roulurs u I and Colunlelorat Law. Office-No. Ii, Pike's Row, latton Roertn, La. - Will practice in the State and F'ederalr Colirt' HCERRON, BIRD &. HEALE ATTORNLi# and COUNiITIn AT LAW, Office on North Ikrulevrdl street, near the post offie, Baton RIolgeo, La. Will Hattend to all law I si. nees entrusted to them in this auel aiioining ...

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 June 1880

Friadchly tapitoliau ; LEON JASI'REIMSKI, a 1t(diior aiud It n llJtiecit Mltnngr. 1 1 '.\T'( IN l)lE,'(:, .1JI 'NE , 18,0. v -·.. I-- -:_- t FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of 1linn ylvanIi t. c C a., 1)l. i( ,r l ' ('ON, ERItVATIVE , PAI8III I;r ýl I;xI / ,Ieni (: IICuoi toný. I; tl'in Il;, g , i1111..u , I!$tO.7 I TIh n, nlr:s ,' I h' :d )\hove (lllllllitte('e ar; hrI hy i di uliii d f atittml a meeting, t.11 l i, h i o'I;,, : , in 1 n' cJily w l' 1oii loi 11 I(;, 0., ltn ill'I i l Il\Y, 1f ' t ilth day o14 i t, iln ,l, I . t l, rl ck : . A., 1 Ih mel ' '. 11a ltI miaf 'c i; r 1'cse :Ato il. ROUGH ON BEATTIE, g' I.'' O Iuole iln lhoniisiaa k'ill sym iatllisi ii, h To'l'aylor ll, atic, in his ,u\iirln ; 11 itIh his r bl( l icau assllocia- i Ii, l (clli.', where hce wao s coul front id in an inso1 hnt tltne liti I tl l lf l so n tl - 4 by I)tmnon, Ih lltorious colored politician, who almost sluared hian 14ll1 i( orelnling hio( thIe austood on ( 'in gritfrat, andrthical ca th ite...

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 June 1880

LOCA A4ttERS. Pt 'rhie (;gil IMeeeIre li'a'P sliuk to tlei lr t h 'lerM, .1011, to le ,114p oill in IIlikeW' illt 'l iippi, r'l el I('arlie'ld. tie 'Thie', Iie,,'. Iiiltrrtes will drive awiay 19th ,leve'r..:, li're' Iliitl'je il iiigeflion 1nd Mlr. Iler l y. T'h. (',trl'lill, . is 11oW hi, olflicial N ,il1l;enal of the cit(l' ef I, lato)n ig,--liln tlte' I i;Ia illn siwc'iiitle, 'tltand does the work it li h, . tl l, ' il-llllinM4e silll 1 - nc thinill . Ince 1)r. V. 11. lir,,oks,, ih llltiiig Mlaiin e t.h l s lti'il ite',gg ist is i i 'ec'l'ilLt itil h11tls for ci Si le. nI vari.uly ol fr'ell sl lock. Sec acdver- out, lieing eoluieii.+. -- -1111 ( lil' of oitt ' c'i ' hty el', i' nilerl 'ke'ei, the si u otlher da}', that alh1 wvoilld miilII;y no 111,11 sns intl'".e s+ee' ieeee lhile s ; "h'et, sKhe tildle', thie "',l i lko hint ltiltr it' hi had a few igw \ le'w diys iIulreo el' i'avetiihle wie'ial ther', 1 1te, 1,111t farnme':4 will Ive the nelst, cnee; i'le':ii',l ctleOls in...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 June 1880

AR1ll (_ 'IIIIIIRE, jLl, IX' T'h1 ,larktlnnac (ll, theo wlu t Iil h, ilotlIn black t.lould fillltho weot+ti cLirl, IIy Th'n iltot'nl will n~oon Ill(lhl I 11 T iIitIlldrN roar, Im IigIIshl, i sll l hi,. II' I I ear the gIroil( rabiftowea tleit. Atc, aIl tli clihltnol Itn 1 Thne,'r,',el iTiiileg it/ll'y in,· ly I lill, lil No olier at1,1n11 are aItll ,i J he arleipi Ilo 1 rag wit r ii, , w l y wlit, IILh mr t hrlhi i i'lll c ccl Illc. t, lili oli Wi thlr ,,loghtlrc ltlrrl l~t~qll l'rl·- .1 1I,11, ri'iti re l it ll ills ,h llwt llaltg n lll'- 'l'h,,, 'll g. frrom thh wa.rtit cihiiiheirlr 'I'lI, 'silii will fall, .i',li1 wh,,I+a bblhw; IIsit trli aIIlh rl lhng Ii new A Ff iti 1111 illhil iiiiii jil 'Ii~lll1, lhcic hayliuit,, li,,u di~lr.i Whte'te hlt Pl+r rlro Wl hitIIg cI1i1i11,I1,i itl c1.i1', A,,llove In+ Ll,'u, whl,,n 10·L'h',l,+ (0I, will I I lsl it Ii , rIloi ll ii o q, r iii WVjirn o+Irtltbh of hlirPtl lucyv cn 1igi1i'ti loclrli. Tioi help l hem iiray,,'i lhi ,iii lUit kinowa It...

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 June 1880

.0uj .t Ina 7_.IWEEIWY. _____W__ L* -1 aw V.o, . r ou it. -he oice of the q cople 2 Our on!y .1,asler. (zw, * * , I4,A''()N .ROUG__, LA., THURSDAY, . UNIE 10, 1880., NO. N ta ipliii', Iluil A li'i, Wisal Ctlreii IaaI ' iaiL 1. (:u ii l m or Nitrlt III ) In (jIlll ci' 1Irn pil It Iii unirt':, I l~iii $Iadii of Looln lialral. S'16 14'll , :1111 1)11 :.1111111111 1,1 . rI I 1.t4 I I, Ai1(' gill'raa I A ovil Iiniiiii'll Al ,Iri. lot l~~i- No.ar I ,i pikis 11,55' dali audl tl o I uu ii lls mu aiiaali Il\'I Id I rl ·I t !: ng:., npli l t':nC I n'. AV I V.%) &. N i(A. I)A' .N. Y A' 11rr . AI I a 1W (I(IIItI114 oI n iii vi no (hL W i lliairi )I in ill 1 (( (111.1$ of ti ll s : M I~ I~ill'ofL niin n r~t 11 )4. 11. 1)I I'iiil ....1. A,, lroRe1~v iRmciii, I;:loaa Ieau,(, I,;a. Will prit lir in tills tiall Iisil is ii ~llii Iiu i al W1 .&YA'i.M. C(c A IU 1 .41'1)1()N s Ill Nn I lii I in5' appal 1I riipii si'lii it.t Io4 aaV Iilire l Ni~tl l Iii -'' I'l sWilitir dl o Illaii lawiiiag 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. — 10 June 1880

i zod TI LEON JASTREMSKI, Ca Eidiior and lnsincsM 3lananger' Tim Chic BATON ROUIGE, JUNE 10, 180, thro - _ last, FOR PRESIDENT, and W. S. HANCOCK, N Of L'cunsylvtniai * Gar ______- 11111I IIm.,I, 1)l',,lWllTIC '(ONSME VA'rIVI l' AldSII T Conlral l;xecntivo C'omtniltc, Baton luniog, J1n0 3, ldd0. oval l'Ihc inembcr: of ,it' above CommitteIeJ0 it U ;, I' rcly notilicd to alitelnd ai meeting, gov, at tllvir 1aOins, in the city of l Batl the Iougu,', on T I I ItSI)1lAY', 11he ltlh day of tell .Ae1lnn, l8,0, at 1t o'clock A. M. A lunc- ,1, lilll tilulanlc i;+ rI" lilct clt d. cl lIy orelhr of M . C IIA M ItI3{1 , i' , ,.siden t. 1100 W . G. l . N1 1 lit),II, S cretary. Sou coil THE SILVER LINING AT LAST, 1lox The hletitit of 1J. S. (rantl at Chi- De (a;'g, will nna'lk one ut' the greatest Sta events in lithe history of the Uniteud dc( Stales. Many, at firn, glince, will pn only see thaL one( candidaite instead of tioi ailnothcr heas been chosien. i ('lose scruitiny will reveal a ifar ...

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

•rii ceQl l •pitaluia -.-- --, I. LOCAL M'ATTERS. too 111i' Mr.' Will. G. 1\'al1r will please accept con olU' thalks for a latl' Natl',hez pl,'' A Alik . ('ll:unlh d 1 '1, Ih ,e I tmo t, acco0latltn a cl a u Int ol1 ll I 1 ' al'ttiiti u it,' ill the lamn1 1 will n of I lie Ph' il:,nih ' ltlia 'l'iimi I's. d yVolttl liftutlr wtlho Ro ,s the holnlor'S at his "I Ipiltnrmsqll lhmle, :It Scot'l's l11111, to all I;tillin iftget' caiunrsionisIs, calledh at this the otllicu: oII \\W'clltlulay, le'l're his \visits col will at all lil 's he Iatlr1, cit''i llt . alt Mr. Thomas I;. lir'tinl, the cnergt'lic 'il lplan1'tcr of tihl Third Ward, was in our l lli'i on Wil. ednsdlay. Ii gives a good I ia' 'o ll iof thet ' p i rl'ilios l'.is in his git jicinily. All look; lovet ly th 'rlia' oll'ts t' l I. the sw n;it nu l :,nl bsth al ' If" hi"; che r'fi l ' "a" ar i, l .li t, i: , k t'tp'it  a l ipce tWioth Ii li t t11 hi / 111 ltof p' loi3tt itt' ( it.n tl holt'gho t, our l c'it y . l ili i S l i...

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 June 1880

Founded Upon an Incident in the Life of Audubon. I" Il ' i 3 'I 3 IlAlilI;di: A. IIlWNI th. hr 11l''iter le for 14tlc .linaiippui 1'rcs .l5nciatin ari d td R/ctad June ~'d. IlVC. 'The 1Hst rays of thiet tilling iun shoie' olLt 111 )n Itoll the deep, Anil kissed the hin lleywavelets as lhey gently sank to sleep. Each zephyr floating here l taid there1 , breathed of that'evening hour, Wihen solitudo and angelO, sek t. blend their mnagic power. ti a.i out amid the hrieakerr wild-tlhe hItnad expallniule3h Hint,Ml, An inso of desohtlion 1Iy,, to pirates only r lon. it Ko other foolt hlad ever trodl this dreary, lonely waste, t1 Iare those whol thed Irioi jiutlice there to lide in guilty haste. Glreat frowtiitig rocks o'º lhuini the sea, dark ie caverns hitl away, ]c)ep lot eats semlced t shblderat the ibtoulbuama of te lday. Green junglea spread their vinly twrlll , ruo1d the leafy bower, t And sumothered out the sunny fit;u f e .very t beaming flower. I The only oblject to bo 5eL'n tha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 June 1880

r ti ,n~ ·,·6~-' A I P~ ·~ Iý _· 4ptt~iit TiIIWTEEIKLY. .r. 'W..i.. vrav . Pubclcshe. . Ihe WCe'O 'il Q8 v c1 m y ./1 v lasl:. e ý * L..AN OUG, LA., SAU )AY, JUNE 12 , 1880 NO. 80 -~I-IL III·Y_- -------*-*-*--~ --' liAI'O Ital~rnr, GE.L~h I LA. SAD Y.T N 12, 1880. * ~Cr~t H~,1.0~·N O.- wb~ lt . 1'/) . . 1 .", t 11 I~ . I. ['.4l, . ' '. . \ , , -, , .' 1 i, 1.. t, t 4444 I" I I iL 11 1 f 1 lit4 4 4 II 444 ,4 II ,l' ,4 ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' .1 11 1 11 111 , 1 ~ 4 ) i ,,**,,1111 1 : f! 1 ~11, 0.1;1,, 1 '1 I . 1 .Ii i 11t 11l ,ill I ,, , 1 1' !r1 11 11 ,.1 "111 "\ 1 111. 1' ', I'1 \ 1,1,x:.' '" : li r. Iý.It i . .,,i \r I i n1.'l'1 ' ' I; 1 ':I1 l .! 1'. I n t ,1 11i I l'o l ' I t 1 li' ,11l 1 1 Iu1; 1 l(il I, fill II P .4.I II lJ Il 1.''''l ' ''' ; ,i ii i, 1 I ' ,"~. 1' ,,t 1 I,I\' 4" 1 , t . I 3,4i , .l I 'l ,, . 1.'I 1, 1 X11 1..'.ll lll ;l ' ll . 11 11 1 \\ Il I ll " ., Ii l I. .; " . ., t I 1, 1.41 1." 44. 1 PAM( )N1 ). lltl 1 ';* 1. 1 in ':\ . I 4 ,.I \\4. l! :, ,t N l N , i: . t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 June 1880

FIBHING ON SUNDAY. In llanal,olin News. It wns a de'liglltll StIInday afternlio1 , 214bi41h rhuool wa11s out, and the superih tehinIt. toolk a stroll eup the C1ca1al. The grasshopp ers we'1 t in2llg ulltner4u'ltlt In the Ilighl gran , thleir last ler'1f.4'1 - 1111'e (o1' hr se'son, n1,11 Iit' (,11erh111 vstrd knctydids w rtbl'ehd fr'oml1 thui' vel Ve.ty 'overts Itl)11Cr til illlhl hil '.tVE''. 1Vh1n ihe got. Io till ellu4 lle t ove,'r Illl creIek, wcro llo h war, '.len4l ping 1thlrough I.the illln riven tillel's,, jIulni'1d IhIe llooi d 'below, I 1most4,2 2º11)i11 l i 11 'hir 'ertin g, he' u'1ndl It \ Vh'ked (I411tai11tun'rll , with 2i IU,', lI nglinIg in) lh'e wltler. Im1o4 was 114tli1 o t rm I't9l 2 ,1 r2'proo11 f for h1l' S12ih bI ll4h. I I 4a'2t , 1I, 4w henI -goodn'4( ss 1.1l iousI ! 1w'111( ha2 Al, tlol1h'', 111i 1 It b11lM--14 l'1li 4, hl.i lltlly-- 1io\\', l l ihlde lll.Tg o 'r llhe gFl4'1ll grjl. sM. "\'hI ll so t 1 1 42 11:1f III-' y4 ll V i 211t ig, Jim Y" ('l11' ' e r'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 June 1880

A Rlt THE C('ILDREN ALL 1.'' The ldarknens falls, the wind ls high, Dense black clouds, ll the westrn sky, The storm will soon beghin; The thunders roar, the lightnings flash. I hear the great raindrows dash Are all the children nl ? They're coming softly to my cle ; Their forms within my arms I hido- No other arms are sure ; The storm may rage with fury wildl. With trusting faith each little child With mother Iools secure. But future days are drawing near They'll go from this warm shelter hers: Out in the worll' wild din ; The rain will fall, cold winds blow. I'll sit alone and long to know Are all the chiluren in Will they have shelter tl hen stre. Where rhearts are waiting stroli anid HirE, And love is true when trIed Orf, will they lind a hrok,,n redl, WVhen sltrelgth of hleart'l th'y atiua n 1t4ed, To help them bra'avelI tl id,.' I 'odl known it all. Hlis will in h.,!. I'll hiih il th n'm ow ao nl yill I1,.t ' In hl1 mI ost rig h ,t1,e.u h a ld Moll timZllel s nolll n hel lOvt...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 June 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, JUNE 12, 1880. FOR PRESIDENT, W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. Rooms DEMOCRATIC.CONSERIVATIVE PARISH) Central Executive Committee. Baton Rouge, June 3, 1880. The members of the above Committee are hereby notified to attend a meeting, at their Rooms, in the city of Baton Rouge, on THURSDAY, the 24th day of June, 1ý40, at 10 o'clock A. 31. A lpnic tual attendance is requested. J;y order of M1. CHAMBERS, President. W. G. RANDoL'n, Secretary. THE SILVER LINING AT LAST. The defeat of U. S. Grant at Chi cago, will mark one of the greatest (Vt nts in the history of the United States. Many, at first glance, will (!:,IV see that one candidate instead of another has been chosen. (lose scrutiny will reveal a far greater siguniicance. During a period of twenty years the demon of hate and discord has stalked through every nook and corner of this country, robbing men of their reason and those virtues which alone can give to a people a gove...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 June 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. {szdqt' (dition. The Grant boomers have slunk to their holes, soon to creep out in lukewarm support of Garfield. The Iome Bitters will drive away 'eivers, cure Dispeplsia, indigestion and general debility. The CAPITOLJAN is now the official journal of the city of Baton Rouge-lint ;t has an associate, and does the work for the irnmense suni of-nothing. D)r. F. M31. Brooks, the untiring Main .street druggist is in receipt andl has fior sale a variety of firesh stock. See adver tising colitnns. One' of our city belles remaurked, the .othe'r day, that she would Inarrio man ,in less she !oved him : "but, she added, "'td like hlim better if ihe had a few thiillland dlolliars.' A l;'v dc:lys lilio"e of favOlrable W'"eitl', :itidl ci i farLnl'l t ls will ]:i,'(c tii liicatec t, leacest c:irops iln the tate. "l'u.h anil miove t hliigs now,' i a liiopul.r cXlWl.cS_ .sic, all ov,,r ih c !aruti.., The :l'r-icit lF'r e in ' .s M,. '! t li' of I the cl panieisc iil th'e ret'glul...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 June 1880

(01l I' l, I) CITY OOUNOIL PROOEEDINGB. 'i i l YI' I1 r-1', l ll' E, CIi y ill, I.vrcoN lII t+'(Ul Mondlly, May 7, t1,. , l,,egular meeting of Cowucil. I'resn1t--lho . l. JL.:tItrcm nki, Mayor;t'4 a I ali l thill luvntl r of 'the City Colincil. 'li'h S~crieta:ry wa.s rprqlestell to reld the miniuuti.4 of Coinlril of ,eting April 19Ith, I, which was done. MJiovedll by 1 hMr. hlt'ke an:ld ,(coldevd1, that the rain, utc, of thp, i,,eeting of Alpril 19th as readl 11 by IhPe Secretary be al]llroved. uh11' : Dlr. \\i.x oft 1-1.u the tWiowino',i ..tuisti Relo,,lve'l, Thi all thit minutes of the m111 . of ApilA lth, I--11, af'1 rI thil protestl', l II111 lltirle.lll t i' the flo, nir (C.ounl - )L vihllen f'ro1m the I'irst \\'Wrd, be Stricken ti olt, a1ud that ithl' lilllltl'4 of 1:idi Ill'l'et i g ll Il'e11vio to tl.,' 1iti 'i, ' .;et oft s i:d Illblll.r h ,l e 1 ,,rnl'r tled ill the lil't lilll, hr stlrkirg ,,ut l h' t'.nd (li in , ill Se tio - II tI. ,S4n1111 ll i ll "g. sI:1' .1i'lt ' ...

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