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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 May 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. — 24 May 1879

q %oWuisina -U apiolmn. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or Trhu ARISH LEON. JASTREMSKI, Editor arid B;,nin~en, *anager,. i s DA Y, A]' 24, 1879. b sot if the late war settled anything, it' bl settled the heresy of States' rights. Buat the snake is not dead after all, and . the revival of the old theory bill means troublle, lsid lo"insisted upon, of will lead to another war more deadly lIn than the last.-Rising HSun, Iad., Re porter, Rep. ma Somehow we notice that none but in infernal, unprinelpetl Radicals ever suggest the possibility of another war. The Dnmnctats are endeavoring to th bridge over the chasm caused by the ha late unpleasantness, but the Radicals on the contrary have an' ax to grind. "fl They want another decade of carpet- th( bag usurpation and thievery in the South. But light here we would in form them that the reconstruction business will be reversed next time. of 'The South has no longer a desire o to withdraw from the Union. Hler cause was lost, and like brave men on the patrio...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 May 1879

Get your Job Wok o'.one at the Capitoalsa ofine. We are continually placed under obli gations to Mr. Thomts W. Chinn for files of California papers. Want of space prevents our giving a more extended notice of the last night's entertainment given by the Plaquemibe Dramatic Assooation, . The weather is very.dry and dusty now, and rar is badly needed-in every section of our parlsh Crop are. beklhi ning to suffer materially. TEn CAlPImUL, l-4i purchased by the transient public at the news depotpf Mr. Chambers, on Third street, and at Heroman's "BlafStore" on Main street. Rev. James A. Joy, of New Orleans, agent of the Southwestern Bible Society, will hold a Union Bible Meeting at 8 p. m., neit Sunday, at the Presbyterian 1 Church. All denominations are invited. Call at thbe Siseroflce, on Main street, between Third and Church streets, and buy the best quality of sewing machine oil, attachments and needlesfor all kinds I of machines, at greatly reduced prices. The members of the Plaque...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 24 May 1879

A GiHOSTLY FEUD. The Dead fighti ie l "r vos It Appears strange to ts mortals, and oven awful, that the disembddled spirit scn, under dektain condltionea unknown' to us, revisit the scones of its previous existence, how much more awful adil difficult of Itlief is it that spirits whslo have quittbd their early li. la the tn restrained indulgence of angry and mia levolent passions can yet exeriseo such an Influence over the corrupting clay, which they apparently left behind them, as to violate the sacrel repose of the tomb and terrify and a&pal the living Such a circumstance certainly occurred at 1H-k Hall in Lacqslah aud was long the theme of cou nilraton in n'bht county. H----k Hall had been in poa seoelon of the . tbmmily for hundreds of years; at the time of which I aft writing the ancient line had 4windlead down .to two indlvtdutirls old $i dlre,l1i pre-s ent possession, and his only brother and destined successor, who was unmarried and very little vyounger than himself. Th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 May 1879

I~I ýi ý I+ fP p ;r .· n .· r,{ ( r - a. f r _ .sn t·;. iý : i iir`I,ýý S L~ . O.I~ I.A. 1)KAj 1 Publher nd Ppetor. 9 , d44t14d ýUanJ. THE GOLDEN CHAIN. MARK V. BIQNEY. .Writes for the Odd Fellotw' Anniversary Celebration years ago. There is a chain whose golden links Heaven's choicest gift embrace; Life's crowing heritage on earth, Its glory and its grace: Pure as the rainbow's blended dyes, Free as the stars from stain, Are Friendship, Love and Trnth-the links Which form that golden chain FRIENDSHIP! Inl mystio brotherhood It binds man to his kind, Supporting still the poor and frail, And guiding still the blind So brave to meet fraternal wants, So gentle in distress, It shares, it watches, aid it cheers, And prays that heaven may bless. LOVE ! blissful dream of Eden sweets Which angels fain would breathe; It comes like spring, the tree of life With blossoms to enwreathe, It presses from joy's blushing grapes Their rich ambrosial wine, And thrills the throbbing human heart With ec...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 May 1879

gh4 Jouioianin Q nitolinn. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or mg PARISH LEON JASTHEMSKI, CEditor and liuwiness Manalet. SATURWDAY, MAY 831, 1879. The latest information from Brown wood, Texas, confirms the report of the discovery of silver. Another val unble lead was discovered two miles from the town, A Shreveport coroner makes no charge where he site on a young mal who parted his hair in the middle. Ho says that his personal satisfaction Is enough without the fee, The citizens of Winnausborough re quire the production of the head and hide of the animal before they will buy beef, and they have a committee whose duty it is to keep a recordl of the marks and brands. MO Home of the Northern radical pa pers haviAg charged Congressman J. Floyd King with having been indicted for election frauds the lichland cea con very properly proceeds to prove thie charge a lie-as usual. Major Hearsey, of the N. 0. Demo crat, and Miss M. Morris, of Bayou Sara, were married on the 20th inst. The Major is one of the t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 May 1879

Slooisiana (apitaoian. LOCAL MATTERS. See new Shieii's sales in this issnue. It is good to be deaf when a slanderer begins to talk. GoeYoar lob Work done at the capitiw offiBe. The Confererate Veteran Association will hold a 'reeting next Tuesday eve ning. Sea tice elsewhere. $ikaagesies of the CapitolUain can be found re shl.e at Mike Chambers' sta tioneoty establishment and Heroman's ýtue store. Subscribers who fail to receive the Capitolian will please notify us, and if the fault is with the office or its carrier, it will be corrected. "Doctor," said a gentleman to his pas tor, "how can I best train my boy in 1 the way he should go f" "By going that way yourself," he blandly replied. In publishing the little poem written 1 by the blind Irish girl, entitled "The ' Shamrock," we inadvertently omitted ' to give the proper credit. It was copied ' from that able and handsome journal the N. O. Hlorsing Star. t We would again ask our friends not to t forget that we have facilities for d...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 31 May 1879

BALAKLAVA. CHARGE OF TAB LIGHT mB1nGADE. ph1 me A survivor of the celebrated ride into the the jaws of death gives in the Boston urc Commercfal Bulletin the following graphic eu picture of the charge: tie Lord Cardigan's eye glanced as over, cot then spurring his horse forward a few pa, paces, hlie said: its "My men, we have received orders to silence that battery." is "My God!" my brother ejaculated. ad, Then grasping my hand, he said: he "Fred, my dear fellow, good-bye; we tio don't know what may happen. Cod reo bless you-keep close to me--" jeo "What more he would have said was ' lost in Lord Cardigan's ringing shout- ica "Charge !" agi We went into a trot; the trot chang- abi Sed to a canter, and the canter to a gal- go, lop. Through the lines I could see Lord Cardigan several horse-lengths ahead, 'p)o riding as steadingly as if he was on pa- bur rade. Now, to tell the plain truth, whetn tra we had ridden a short distance, say one reon hundred paces, I felt terribly afraid. for ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 June 1879

111...4 (IiIISIzi.LN:l h i. . _".i *1 '4d r B 4d W r U _ O E JN 18 t ý i.,.·: -L' -P!' . A. ;LeSU9R, f BATON ROUGE, ..7, 1819. w-I - . HAVE HOPE. BY FATHER RYATN. There never was a valley without a faded flower, There never was a heaven without some little cloud, The face of day may flash with light in any morning hour, But evening soon shall come with her shadow-woven shroud. There never was a river without its mist of gray, There never was a forest without its fallen leaf; And joy may walk beside us down the windings ~f our way, When lo ! theie sounds a footstep, and we meet the face of grief. There never wal a seashore without its drifting wreck, There never was an ocean without its moaning wave, And the golden beams of glory, the sum mer sky that fleck, Shine where dead stars are sleeping in their azure-mantled grave. There never was a streamlet, however crystal clear, Without a shadow resting in the rip ples of its tide, Hopes brightest robes are bordered with the sable frin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 June 1879

_ ounisina apitotian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL op tns PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, .ditor and 13usinssm Manager. SATrKRDA Y, JurN 7, 1879. Gen. Shields, late United States Senator from Missourl, died very e suddenly at Ottumwa, Iowa, last Sunday. Here is the verdict of a Kansas jury: ii "Died of a kick in the ,stomach from tI his wife, and he never knew what , hurt him." d A rejected Belgian lover sent his sweetheart a letter, asking her to re consider matter5 and enclosed a stamp for reply. She liked the stamp r1 and was poisoned. After~a long and bitter fight for re- f, pudiation the N. O. Democrat com- t, mands a halt. Is it like Absolom of ti old, who was suddenly tangled in the Ii overhanging boughs of a tree' I The Galveston News thinks that Grant's chances have been injured by the premature zeal of his friends, and it that this taking a start of a mile and a half to jump a ten-foot ditch is what will tire the jumnpist. d Senator Conkling's daughter mar rled a superintendent of a railroad,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 June 1879

$4 Joulsina Rpitatimn. LOCAL MATTERS. Subscribe for the CAPITOLIAu. See succession notice in another col umn. Get your Job Work done at the Capitoliaa omice. Mr. Thomas W. Chinn, of San Fran Sciso, Cal., places under obligations for late California papers. We are under repeated obligations to Congressmen Ellis, B. F. Jonas and E. W. Robertson, for political and literary documents. A dog, supposed to be mad, was killed in town last Thutsday. This is right. Every suspicious dog should be killed instantly.. Single copies of the Capitolian can be found for adle at Mike Chambers' sta tionery establishment and Heroman's Blue Store. We have had three vetoes, but no ap propriation yet. Give his .fraudulney Hayes another another ehanoe, and then let Congress adjourn. The man who rode Parole for fifteen minutes receiyed $1600, or just the pay a good clergyman receives for a year. Is a race-horse better than religion ? Win. Garig advertises horse or steam sugar milk for sale. These mills are m...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 7 June 1879

THE FARMER FEEDETH ALL. My lord rides through his palace gate, My lady sweeps along in state; The sage thinks long on many a thing, And the maiden mrnes of marrying. The minstrel harpeth merrily, The sailor plows tile foaming sea, 'Tlue huntsman kills the good red deer, And the soldier wars without e'en a fear; But fall to each whate'er befall, The fannrmer he must feed them all. Smith hammereth cherry red the sword, Priest preacheth pure the holy word, ])Dame Alice worketh 'broidery well, Clerk Richard tales of love can toll; The tap-wife sells her foaming boor, Dan Fisher fisheth in the Mier, And courtiers ruffle, strut and shine, While pages bring the gasgon wine, But fall to each whate'er befall. The farmer he must feed them all. Man luilds his castles fair and high Wherever river runneth by, Great cities rise in every land, Great churches show the luilders' hand, 1 Great arches, monumnents and towers, Fair palaces and pleasing bowers, Great work is done, be it here or there, An...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 June 1879

I.'. +"~~~~~1 if'! :""+ +i"' ;'i"+ I I .. LOUISIAN2 CAII ±1 f. · ~ '~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~· "' +': +,,e+.+-:....+.+ +i,. wV A LetUTEU, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, JUNE! 4, ±ueu. L9 Publbiher and FrOprieto,. .. I I l II IIII IlI I IlII II I 11·_11· 1llnlll Ill II1111 •, II !;li •f Ii:f • •Ii +1 1 • I •I U H T We would respectfully inform our friends everywhere and the public generally that we have just received another invoice of the latest styles of type and nautiUl atioxary, Which enables us to, execute Job Work as well and handsomely as any printing establishment in the South or West. l Posters, SBill-Heads, Box-Labels, Show-Cards, Programmes, Auction Bills, Bottle Labels, Calling Cards, Ball Invitations, l'Pampldets Printed ! Business Circulars, Lawyers' Briefs, C r S Weddaing Cards, Business Cards, ShippingTags, Letter Ileads, C Note Heads, Statements, And T'I'ngs, Or Job Printing of any description, call at once at the office of Wedding the Wrong Man. CHANDOS H. MELVILLE. I.--UNEXPEC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 June 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TH PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, Edlitor and 3usiness Manager. SATURD Y, JUVE 14, 1879. Hold ! ye journalistic bulldozers the Convention has the floor! Call off the newspaper dogs, so that the Convention can act calmly and dispassionately. The New Orleans Board of Com merce memorialized the Convention Tuesday, asking that the State debt be scaled. Kindness is stowed away in the heart like rose leaves in a drawer, to sweeten every object around them, and to bring hope to the weary hearted. The Opelousae Courier says a cot ton stalk has been left at that office three feet high, covered with blooms and having two well developed bolls on it. Head-so far ! The appsarance of the cotton worm in different portions of the States of Alabama, Mississippi and Texas has been recently reported from several counties of these States. The Gretna Courier says: "There are a couple of us in this office who cannot take off our coats." They evidently either have no coats or have put their ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 June 1879

LOCAL MATTERS. Subscribe for the CAnrrOLuAN. We should have returned thanks last Regni week to Mr. MI Chambers, 'for late lit- Pres 'rary favrrs. dent, I -mesa, I Single 'copiebMf the CGapUolita can be nett, 1 fennd fbr sale at Mike Chambers' sta- The tionery establilhment and lHeroman's and ap Blue Store. A husband's farewell: "Dear Sal, The the doebor tells me our baby's tooth lutlon won't be through for three weeks yet; out ac till then good-bye-yon always said ou the tal loved it more than did." On I _ _ordina Some kind friend, who failed to give per cei his name, sent us this week a copy of the rej the Japan Herald Mad Snnmary, a large .have 1 and handsome newspaper. Our thanks One are returned just the same. lowed Dupre A petition signed by six thousand render people of New Orleans, was presented the pa to the Convention Tuesday, asking that Bp body to adopt the majority report of the pr -omnmittee on the public debt. oroth Don't forget that we have just receiv- ºpn ed a lot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 14 June 1879

PITCAIJUN ISLAND. Tl SHrET'7I'L'JIiNT A.NII fIIJlITA' 'IoN IIY A fl,,IIt PJol'dl. 'tilNs smilnl 11111 roc:k-haonadI inhutl, only Nvi ll llts n cir0umnferrouoi, Is, of all lIeccne of' lant on the gilonh, faurthestl rmlovau d frimlt any of thl groat conatti tnatnti. It will he foundl in or ablouit lat Itudo twellty-tllv, dgrees nsoth of thei egquator, mld longitdleo 1:10 Idegtree wecst of froulnwioll, lolng lanearly half way aoroia the wlilest of ocdan Spane, hn,. twann Australia nl Mouth Ainerina, aua 1a401, dllItalno n southetiit, of the Society Inlnalnil. 'Th'i( isnland was disuoverd by Ciapt. (Cartero, in 17(17, lnlil naell aftler one of hisn utllcon olled I'itealrna, whll wi ln l firsnt to call attentionl to It. A singulal r ilnterent attalches to l'itoairn Islaitnd froml the dark lrolania a olla ucltld (olaall wlitl itn lsattsn ltjlemllt by the i llltilann1inrs of thlei EllsIInla nshlp Ilonutty in 1700. 'This vMnal lnd l34,nti uln t T'rallltl Iasltl for the pulrptnuof ,ll....

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 June 1879

[O II~AN·1~ ) -s' a. ?77 'i;~rTZr :1c~ka-'7·.r , "~ rTI I UBATO ROUGE, LOUIS' " JUN 21, !879. _ 'anau~~ r, ,.,,o'"i^" " '" ' Pul~hr:" '; nt ll ! P 7] 7:InI! ! !l!!i !i|l ! ii' iii! ! ! l ln! !m ! !·i'i· Naw TTPr We would respectfully inform our friends everywhere and the publihec generally that we have just received another invoice of the latest styles of type.and Which enables us to execute Job Work as well and handsomely as any printing establishment in the South or West. Posters, Bill-Heads, Box-Labels, Show-Cards, Programmes, Auction Bills, Bottle Labels, Calling Cards, Ball Invitations, l'amphlets Printed ! Business Circulars, Lawyers' Briefs, a Wedding Cards, Business Cards, Shippin rags, Letter heads, t9 Note Heads, N Statements, -4 And Tags, Or Job Printing of any description, call at once at the office of To . OCapitoi THE PRODIGAL'8 RETURN. AN AMUSING LETTER FROM A YOUTH FUL MEMPIIIAN WHO TOOK GREILY'S ADVICE. (Shreveport Telegqram. t We submit the following letter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 June 1879

G o nisiana 4apitolian. OFFICIAL JOURNAL or Tru PARISH LEON JASTREM8KI, Editor and Busiiess Manager. SA TURDA r, JUN 21, 1879. We may confidently look forward to early action on the Capital question, as the Convention is nearing the end of its labors. There is more joy over the dollar that is found on the highway than there is over the ninety and nine which were never lost. To hasten their work the Conven tion has concluded to have night ses sions, and will probably complete their work in a few days. A negress speaking of one of her children who was lighter colored than the rest, said: "I nebber could bear dat brat, cause he show dirt so easy." Speaking of paying the witnesses in the Spofford-Kellogg case, a Virginia paper says: "If perjury is work, no men ever earned their wages more honestly." The sweetest, the most clinging af fection is often shaken by the slighest breath of unkindness, as the rings and tendrils of the vine are agitated by the faintest air blows in summer. Miss ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 June 1879

Slouisiana ýapito itn LOCiL MATTERS. Single copies of the CapftoNaU can be found for sale at Mike Cnhambers' sta. tionery establishment and Heroman's Blue Store. Mr. John J. Wax has recently added a large and commodious wareroom to his store, and is enlarging his business preparatory for the advent of the capital. See commencement exercises of Cen tenary College published in another col umn. We publish them for the benefit of the public, who are cordially invited to attend. ThS steamer Thompson Dean takes the place of the R. E. Lee in the Vicks burg and New Orleans trade. She passes Baton Rouge on her down trip every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. See the new preparations advertised by Dr. Brooks to-day. He is one of our most active and enterprising business men, and will be sustained by our peo ple. Call on him at once. Don'tdorget that we have just receiv ed a lot of new and late styles of typo specially adapted to the printing of cards, bill-heads, note-heads and circ lars. Call and...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 June 1879

THE FARMER. seem / - blot Drive on, thou sturdy farmer, 8h Drive cheerfully o'er the field; her The pleasures of a farmer's life heed No other life can yield. tone Thou risest with the morning sun, said To till the fruitful earth; And when thy daily toil is done buy Thou seeketh thy peaceful hearth. Bi rest Thou lovest not the gaudy town, it With its tumultuous roar; S1 Plenty and peace thy fireside crown, w And thou dost ask no more. she Monarchs with robes in crimson dyed, Are low, compared to thee; B They are the pampered sons of pride, Thou'rt God's nobility. Go on, sturdy farmer, S Tread thankfully the sod; S Thy proud and goodly heritage- J Thou chosen one of God. _hov BUT FOR THIS. L. hbu "Millicent, Millicent, when is sup per?" pre "God only knows, my child." dre 'Perhaps I had better pray for some in 4 thenou," said little Jane Blair, solemnly. i "Really, I think you had," said Milli- Mi cent in a soft tone. gu There she sat, staring into the little lial fire on which their...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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