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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 November 1880

.TRI-WEEKLY. . 'z- .li e VýF 8u l~har 1 I SCR !T8 3 L " OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND CITY. ¬ Tr-w.s, Xo6.; u aoo VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1880. SO. 89 t j ' '. I 'O.A NC , .\' 'II~' .iL "1: A Ii t.K.\1Y Ilm liii " i NIiit:11 il tie l" I 'o t tu \ liii thu li'., 14iuiiui S ou-t., I.J. spie- ll ;t 111i11-u. i.. II) i. ' He nl I NH ll f l A. (Ill lit 1 illA in; NI il 1 1114udrr ( 1cn tlleI iOll, :II 4I 4 44 11 ito l o 11 1 1t1.111iu 1 11114 ll il ntl 1141 44 w11o .0 it Iiii,if \I441 'Ii.vo 444,u Itilifl it.iii I:1ii. of '4u l'1(114 i Ba 1on Sion ;eit e i 441,1 gut 1iAhi- -I %ite- ,i lIt-i I--tM. 114p\'II a W l rt I II)S. II. 1)1H I'( , KN ER. .'i14 4rc aIn. Hiii 44441 4 j44i"ifli avl y O 1ti.t 144 144. 111·r-( 1 1a( .1~ ~11 1;1 111", I 1.. W ill ;11111 ;L!j i isll \.~i.tilt-ull h4 .1111a1 14111r1s. W. ;S. M. N & III(: ALTS N:, I ` A1ItlI('.4 11411;1 (:cl.iisclliz At I.tW.. ((flirtc Baton Uou;L ",i(c Illab. \VIII ;Ili (· 'ill Ill III I Ll·c lrl I W ...

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

~ri.RIClrchl» t apitaal ian I IE( )N ,rA''HEMSKI, I4 rdilor and ulmnesltUs Manager. 1IA'I'ON ROUGE, NOV. 2, 186O. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDEN'T, I W. S. HANCOCK, of PennMylvania. 11OR VI(CE IIRESI)ENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, i OF INDIIANA. PRESIDENTIAL ELEOaORS. State at Large : \\ALTER C. FLOwE, ''. C. MANNIN1G ViHkT l) tmcr............C. A. BUIR'I. lt Sl 'oN)i I)rBli ...... , I LE .1. O BRIEN. Thinn DIi.lTt........ALLEN TII(MAS, FIouL c II I)Ii.ri('....... W1YM. l. .I(ACK. Finrm Dii)mrUr........ EOattC E II. ELLIS, S T I)n riL (:T ...............K. A. ('ROSS. FOR CONGRESS, HON. E. W. ROBERTSON, Of Eant Baton Rouge. RJi II II 1AM ,! KVEll:,11. 11( NIºItIDI TIlo~t SANDt I001.LARE tl LO 1l.-S-'PItO'SE 10 131': THE WORK oF AN INCENDIARl. a SMALL INSURANCE! At abutt three 'clole Iaxurdy t night, i1r. Martinez gtave the acliu ol' lire l which was seen by pºar ies whon were tintutiatily aviiting liii a bout. Au un tratlce n;S elei'bctcld by toiiie I lbrllogh 'iartdI .' cd W 1r ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 November 1880

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 2 November 1880

VAGARIES. IIKAll CAPITOl.IAN- -T''hoitgli 11h0e1t il e1or)4or'Ial HIIb)tanclle, 113 MIpirit, MIS in direct unIiMon( with th1e late pleasatlnttw conuvokel' ill delarclI Ilatoln Hougo, 11n1 lly heart, throl, in warm reciproeity Iat "'( tatherini Colo'n" 4epistolary Ilnarrationl of 1h1 M(oclal Msatisfaction and h1141 10(11 at traitioui of the time anid place. Lozli pionza is the iatural Eden of America, aniid as our fair city sits Ihenide the tuIllrbid htighway of a nation's commenwrce No lNi tiently awaiting the honors and wealthi the future mout bring her, any )4411111 in hleri lhihalf, o'r project, to hantnu "tlhe good time comting,"t its i dir'ect. a)ppel to rely litiali'y.PThner is a (11 (a enntent plartive nir about theold lown thatsoeitus ('lassic, will should mialke it the "native 1)h4o11lI," tihe colngenial 11' liPrnei Jll skill, scholastic wisdom, Will social pre- "1i nonce. Iluore we couid naturally look for a symposiium of thie wits, 1an111 I gueHn thin IPr1ns Cvo livntion ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 November 1880

--- - TRI-WEEKLY. ... 0io`r x l. ltEl hor.. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OFi THE PARISH AND CITY. ¬ .,'.;kyw,, ; VOL. 2. IATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1880. NO ,1'I" I'( )UN i'vs. ( 111'114 I ni t i .I IA \ l :illl " Natal} I)';11 llII hII , (;l'l4F((. (ll~lu, Writ Ilal ( 111 ~L I 1^1 l. a 1111 In nl il ton No Ii l) . I In(J N· 411;11 H o11 Alkl 4.4111 .111 nlwn of ito 111. ;11 ( N M. ItO(ILM º Al IAW i hiatt S t t111tH N(4. 1 II '":1.&I It$M.ON I .\It 1.1it t 1iit tot roo , it1 I. i ill l"lt. III t lt al tl toll- i. , 1 1 t 1 11 4 º a 11.1111;1' CIA il, riilt '1 1411 11 1'o(11 ll O ' a. l I~rclc. 1)11114 N o. lli, Pike'1 I. II ,4 I' wI1.1u1 (i'uulln;ct 1~1illc~llt~~c llI N::, Itr I L () N 1'II.Y) 11 H: A 1. 14;,I~o~cr 111"",41 eylt' 11+ .)11 o I nrtl ll Th n mil 1 tdlu lu1. LO CAL ) I{iE',('t(IltY. r . 4; a\ Ili;, 1",4rwarding and (4Co4lt nlisino u ,hrrchn lN i r. in plantr|liinttiol lnpplill . 1I1n Ln ,ra 1 41 n8il 44isun u , I r'IT 11h1Hi48 g :ntln coIllll' it;i , Ili...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 November 1880

L~riah~rl\~ l~Q~litoliuii LE()N JAS'I'1I MSK I, Ic tlilor a Ind 1SudiNOV.r , P Iiinuor. H ITON ROI R,'E, NOV. D* O~r THE DIE IB OAST. it is no l ionger to lIe din1l'e1d tha t11e' elivahlons Ihla'lcock has * et h twith a Ki;ilal delfat, IthroU, gh 1t11 hallols cin l tll, l . he ver'I 't ry N tl l r l1 ino l.t es/ for lhose sllHpr'emay in hll.' I'io, I1, fought so gallhntly. Even hi lietlhren ll' iio llrtde ill arms of his naltive Slate of l' nnl',lY I valnia, whose soil he iti n.loraliz'Ed b1 hills valor w ill he lill ta hti N, sealin hisde vof ti o to the lnion with his''' blood on tlhe victoriouls 1ihli of i(l. tyshlurg l ve, willth a; L ni gr'h'f a il iia untio ralleile(1 in the history ofil Naltions, insulted his g.lrios 1nam011 byI clevaMtlilng tlo the Ireiideny, in his steaid, his un worty M nllih olitrI' If bI Iloo stroingrl thian' waL(rcol Is'h 1'd thropi gh the vein of the l'lllnt l. ' , einlll ylvaia and tl of tl Easti, llithe gi'and (character(h , Lfthell 1m triotis'li, t...

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

I/OCA1 MATTEIS. \ 11,, 11i ic11h r1«\\ ;anlc' . ,\Illpl) al hls 0olh,11 . lit. N' II. lii k li ftl'or ti '\l i I rl ;na .I , l 1'\1 I n 11 ,, 1 In I ' : 1i . I . ,\ . l l;I, n l .. i t 14,hl \\i i :I I;iii' Ih ll"I. l.'ing V ,. i , i il l . a 'i lI 141x Ilil , 1 ,i4 .il l ;I ,l . "I h1" 11t' Ih n lrll i ;llI lt I iii l \\ i"'. At m'I1\' uIliI.11 Ut itit 111. 1'lrtl. : '.11 I' l ll 'lll' it (!.+ l :i 1 114 l ii'l'.1 I l llll 1i 11i lJ o :I'- It. ll' L II 1 I, i nlI " I Ill llhnr I .ln.n , ir I 1ii l'. ;1iii 11; 111:11,i l 'i iiii 'tI:i 11litii lll 4 .1, ,i 1 +;ul : 1 1 . Ii ,' 1 ,t;11llihi141 lln i a.I 11111 I ' 11i- i ll) i l il % r tiriull t' r. Jlr, 17,.r>~' ('llii1, orl I.he Sin ih ir I'l: 11lttio l , :li ri iti:'Ni. ii 4li 4 ii hI  iflu' lih'i 0I Ii. lllr ) I rIx itii 4 i . I 4 0.III \\i ugI fil 1 .1 i s11' 1 : llI li1i 1411f it. I,i I l. 1 ,11,\ h: i illn 1 \ll,' i 1' ; l11 ,' ;Is ,.irlnl'I. ll lof I'oII y 'l llIi,..I i1 l l ic-. it . 111)111 '11, 1I11 \' I iiit)4 1 1 1...

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

The Fiddler and the Wolves, In the ea:rly days of Kentucky, the .et0lers wele put to great trouble by the wolves. The barnyard suffelred to a gr'ait extent in the way of pigs, calves, elec., from their depredations, wlhich ftrequently, in mid winter, were even e1rriied to the anldacious extrenie o"f il. na.king hian beings. Indeed, it was no, unusual thing for the elated travel er' to lind himself surrounded by them in the woods. Some striking stories of1' ha:tir-leadth escapes 1and desperate adll ventures belong to this period and con dition of things. Of a somewhat nitIuus ig character was the adventure which Ibfell old Dick, the negro liddler. Hie was "a good-for-nothing old dar key," as the word went in the neighbor hIood, whose sole merit consisted in his liddling, linut, by the way-singular as this merit was-it in reality constituted him by far the most important gentle man of color within forty miles around. 'rThe fact is, nothing of any interest could occur without his prese...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 November 1880

W.·Lr. 1 OFRICIAL UOURoAlL OF THE IPARLB AND ITrr. E AMo. VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1880. NO. 91 •~~~~~~~ •- Bil Um II I • IN~--"H~ li l I nlll me • An- i nnl •Hm,*. , ATTORNEYS. t W. ()PICilr, A'orrNr AT LAW andl ('. Notary Puoblit, Port Allan, Wtl IHatol lRoultr. L44 HNpal attlentlon ,IvIO to Lthe' d"4 14 ,luon 'f aurxaantt, lakiug Ihas wouy under ootnt 3uw,4444, sandl to all otbir 31*514'? 3rluo4411g 114 443 Ir 'a lola of an Attowlay or Notary In tha parIaºh il' -it lato iuº 'M ______aJr.14 vlJiall i_ M.LAN .Alrr AM3,I 4)LN9I.OK 11" At liw, ooualdliolvlllu, La. Will prar. 14.4' In all Ihe rorotla of lil State' of Loolulana. 'lrttkO . 15. D11!'IUICEC A'1no311r I .4l d U~ounlaloVt a1 LAW. l ice.-lo. A, Pke'.. HLow. Iaton H lv, La. W1WJ practirce it thue RI ac it R)tit & is JCAL.KC, Arrouia Vaa CudorulNaAnus AT LAW. 0111..' 41 NSortlh I4oulnvard street.. n44ar tlae posi olat 4. I:4u.4I4 ltoauga. La. Will atti.d 4 afl law hlwitL ,.4a s Ivtrnated to tha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 November 1880

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 November 1880

T(O THE BU"rT'RFLY. T'hevy said you was a butterfly ! Prayv tell ui who said sof (A bittertly, however lovely, C'ime from a worm, you know.) A nil as for thinkitng of the beaux, If they happen to be your own, And are quite played out with other girls, No envy will be showa. 'Ihere. sorely, in noharm at all In danwing the heel and toe, Itin if you really have been flirted, Kee'p quiet; 'tin bst, you know. A t present, dear little butterfly, A ll t he girls are in eager search Vir- the jilted boys you left behind, Whent you raised your bright pinions and gave themn the lurch. huit the mind of a noble woman Ilns a contempt for liys. Wit I their flatteries thin and Idle prahce. Who talk to hear the noise. No doubt, no doubt that our butterfly friend, With tihe painted shoulder blades. In the 'anse of much heartbreaking grief., A nd woe of deserted maids; Itit sitting and thinklng it over, Mosnt of the lila, I know, Hem willing to run agalast you In ratching and holding a bean. CAI'rrol...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 November 1880

LEON JASTRTBMSKI, Editor and Business )~nager. BATON ROUGE, NOV. 8, 1880. T$ DIE IS OASBT. It is no longer to be doubted that the chivalrous Hancock has met with a signal defeat through the ballots cast by the very Northern Sta tº for whose supremacy in the Ukioa he fought so gallantly. Ever 1 ren and comrades in arms ols Re State ,f PenmsyL, vansa, iose pil he il he immortalizedl"by his valor when he fell a hero, sealing. his devotion to the Union with his blood on the victorious field of Get tsybalrf 're, withl an agrn fh ciess unphtdn le1ed in the histoty Jf Nations, insulted his glorious name by elevating to the Presidency, in his a is unworthy competitor. l cilo@ stronger than water Caueo d through the veins of the men of Penn eslvnia$ awd of the East, the gian character, the patriotism, the chivil rous impulses that Hancock typifies, woueald-lve impressed them so, that with one voice, alhost, they woul have named him the honorable P'el-1 dep jmdUion for the presQrva tiohf bi ...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. guesda 's edition. Walk out to-night and see the city by gas light. Look for Mr. Joshua Beal's new adver tisements in Thursday's issue-too late to-day. Keannrd Philip, a JrnI i t, vas sum marily arrested on efly, in; New York, on a charge of I iithe Garfield letter case. Messrs. Cross &. Jones have been re tained for the defence in the case of Alonzo Wells, accused of the murder of Mrs. Rounds. Did you hear the latest The street lamps of our city were lighted last night and will continue to be so in future. Three cheers for Baton Rouge! ! ! The tight for the municipal offices in New Orleans, in waxing hotter and hot ter every day. No one can tell which is the ring ticket. :&J14 u1ots'thistime. Last night passed perfectly quiet and serene, while the indications are that a fair vote will be polled, order and decorum prevails and everything will doubtless pass off quietly and peaceably. The cool and bracing weather which set in yesterday morning lasted but a few ...

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

PISTOLS AND CHERRIES. (C INCLUDED.) With these wordls he flung his cap' up on the shelf and began to stride up and down the room lake is tiger in his cage, I listened to him m,.tionlss and torment ed by a thousand different sentimente. A servant entered and aunounced that the horses were ready. Silviopressed my hand. He mounted a little carriage, on wb ch there were two cases, one contain ing his pistols, and another his baggage. We said adieu .,,.e more and the horses started. A few years passed and family affairs compelled m-! to exile myself in a little village in the district of-Busy with my -own interests I did not cease to sigh when I thought of th. noisy, careless life that I had hitherto led. What I found m,,t painfll was to accustom myself to paes the spring and winter evening in complete solitude. Until dinuer-time I contrived to kill time in one way or another, but as soon as it began to grow dark I did not know what to do. At a distance of four versts was a fine property...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 November 1880

The Fiddler and the Wolves. In the early days of Kentucky, the settlers were put to great trouble by the wolves. The barnyard suffered to a great extent in the way of pigs, calves, etc., from their depredations, which frequently, mi mid winter, were even carried to the audacious extreme of at tacking human beings. Indeed, it was no unusual thing for the belated travel er to find himself surrounded by there in the woods. Some striking stories of hair-breadth escapes and desperate ad ventures belong to this period and con dition of things. Of a somewhat amus ing character was the adventure which befell old Dick, the negro fiddler. He was "a good-for-nothing old dar key," as the word went in the neighbor hood, whose sole merit consisted in his fiddling, but, by the way-singular as this merit was-it in reality constituted him by far the most important gentle man of color within forty miles around. The fact is, nothing of any interest could occur without his presence. On the occaseon-of ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 November 1880

East Baton Rouge Election Returns. NOVEMBER 2, 1880. A ' D 'ATh". a A , - . For Presideut. i lIlneock ........ ..., 242 216 41 439 25i 13 50 44 45 38 1163 184 (Gairfield .............. " Regular ticket .... 321 116 43 27 .... 175 4 175 102 969 " Beattie " ....1 10 1 ..... ...7 3.......... .. 88 Weaver ................ 1 124 1 13 i 19 ... 6 103 For Congref4 . Robhrtnon, De.......23 205 42 444 26 13 6( 43 47 36 1153 155 8rmith, Rep..................37 120 46 27 .... 183 7 175 107 998 King, Rep............. 14 20 ...... ..... 54 3........91 Suuday Law. For .................... 183 184 84 417 30 136 126 56 105 30 1351 544 Against ................ 357 158 17 39 6 43 2 151 26 8 8071 West Baton Rou'ge Election Returns. CANDIDAThn . 1. a GO Democratic Elector...................... 42 77 56 59 21 55 310 118 Republican Electors, regular ticket ....... 00 '2 60 59 71 00 192 S Bettie ticket ....... 61 66 00 00 00 00 127 E. W. Robertson, Dem ....................... 42 77 57 59 71 55 361 215 A. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 November 1880

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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. — 9 November 1880

- - ;.r---- - ......----. --...-- . KON I EdiLtor  in Manae. RAT () 0 1' v" 18 I'AISE LESS OOTTON. nothi etc., 'Thel result of the late Presidential melot election nud the causes which brought eta., aboit t1loe duefcat of Hancock ought to Vicki open the eyes of the Southern people didat to, Iaitd,*rdnty of turning their at- Lyne teni wa-lws t. ºtladvanoemeut of ticke t heir material inlterests. by tu Th'ihuel, i'tion is not how to produce tinge weatlh, but how to retain it. The direc pr.1u4nct*. ol the South bring a jhbut- (1ue lo'ts atto aIunutally, that no sooner sionu lthlu,'tit is reallzed, tfinds its way lican ailroAh !,That is at undeniable fact. givi IC'is u'useless t talk of innmigratipl wort 1t'o the purpose of cheapening tbe mitt cost of raising cotwti for the rehsn tenti that the more laborers are ptit in the law. cotlon lihid, the mnotn cotton will be prodtlttid atnd the lower will its price tnck ho rcduiced, till it won't lpay enough foll to'Ftood and'clothe the labor...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 November 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Ilistrict, Conrt adjourned yesterday. 'rTu flesnt tonic in the world is the Horne Ilitters. Miss May McConnell, of Baton Rouge, in on,, of the Assistant teachers at Clin tnl AcAdlely. (lhoi,.e fancy candies of all kinds, new and fresh, will be found at Lucan Lit ty's on Third street. Alllen, oranges, lemnons, grapes, ct colullnll, peanulits, and uiilts of all kinds, of thb very bet, quality and at the low est prices. Jnst received at L. Litty's. Owing to the excessively bad weather which prevailed during the greater part Of last week, the shipment of cotton from Ithis place', on yesterday, amounted oily to ;2 Imhnis. VAx HTw4en ,& Caosey, Wholesaleand Hetail Druggists, Toledo, Ohio, say: We have soli large quantities of the Excelhior Kidney Pad, and have been surprised at the unvarying natisfaction given by them. dee advertisement. It is with deep regret and sorrow that we learn of the death of Mrs. Mary Scott Magruder, wife of Mr. Nat Magruo der. To her young h...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 9 November 1880

"S IT 'O /f'. ITD1'Y 'OfT A IIiCVOVEiRY TrAT Il AJT? THF l 8iIfLE[IAtJI 'rANThN OP I'EEKISXLL ALL AGOu. Up iin the Highlands of the lludson, almost in the shadow of lDundeberg Mountain and right uander St. Anthony's Nose, is a tract of land and stone com prising about lifteen acres, circular in shape, called Round Island. It is tlanked by lollna Island on the north aud on,,the sontlrby. 'eeoksikil Bay, ,-w)il mt entttAl4e to .J histo"1lorikli- lit resque Highlands. About thirty-five years ago this island was h yjng;i$ by ). D. Chapin, a mrtnerlog r, 'Phif lipsllurg, N. J., for what purpose no body but himself knew or appeared to care. The owner visited the island frequent ly without any companion, apparently prospecting or making some secret sur vey. He kept his own counsel and finally went away. About this .time there was great exciernont occahiordd in New York by the public anliounce ment that the spot where Capt. Kidd's vessel was stink hadil'beoon discovered in the Highlands. Th...

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