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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 November 1880

1, `S r" _ TRI WE UItoETU4 ," OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE 3PARISH AD CITY. ;. swoo: . VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1880.,r' " ATTORNEYS. (1 C. BI.IRD, arroanar A: LAw. Will 'J. atetd promptly to all bu)inaet i uItr'td ist a. (lice on CuOnention S.ee, . botw1no Third ,ad Church jtreeki. Baton Rotuo(, L.. C. . 'OP1 , A"roanar Ar LAW and SNotary Pubble, Port Al. Wd Beaton R'n4a, Ai. 'tFpcirl aSttention 5iVn to the . Iection o0 aiouwt , takina tuIosany ony under co0 mreetou, and to all other mattfrl rtunyintg ths attr~$uu of ia AltKroey or N~otry in bte parish of West Iaom Joup.. tiMl V 3 .... I j$ . LAN G , Aln rnL r A(.) ULceiRLOt 11. At Lbw, D)ouuaddnvio0, La. Will press tioe Ln ail W. Tru: I of the bJtAL tof LOutiuian. r/l t )>". H. 1)DUJPR-E] ¢ r.. krmnia;Y L uad lUuIlelor at Law. Uti~r.--No. S, t'lk'c tow, uaton Houge, la. Will practice In the SI:Lt, end Federal Courts. S)tI RON & 13HE :ALE, AI tTO NKYH and COUi. 1U4o$ AT LAW. ( ttI, e,uN urth 1Bou...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 November 1880

THE WILD BELL W$IBNGE AND bel A BBAVE BOY. ho] AquascO is such an out-of-the-way ' town that no dqubt many of the chil dren never haqi heard of it before. It is in the 8tate of rland. and stands w on a little hill neai thuiaonthof Patux- e ent river. ri the suen mtr time no girl or.boy of Aquasco need to go to the ' seashore, for salt water flows at their feet and the sameaelt breeze that sweeps fot fleet after fleet of white sails up and h down the Chesapeake Bay blows in the a" windbwe of the houses in Aquasco. The h good people of Aquasco go to bed so soon after supper that tie whippor-will cries and complains without one person to pity him, and the grunt of the bull frog is the only voice that answers the he whirr and ring of the clocks when they 1 strike twelve, midnight. Je So it was that when in the middle of in the night of the 25th of last Jnne, Cyrus ce Wallace, an Aquasco boy, heard the re church bell ringing, he sprang out of bed of and ran barefooted into the street. As...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 November 1880

THE TYRANNICIDE. e' Iuteresting Story of a Salem Privateer. p h It was in the year 1779; the red son n had just come up out of the Atlantic, and now brightened the slightly-rippled fi waters of Salem harbor. The sails of a the Tyrannicide privateer, Capt. Sea waitf, Li,d been loosed, her cable hove a short, ~,;il she only waited for the change of t ild to conmmencr her cruise. 0 She was,for that,r:,a:stonishingly clip perish, rakin, t, .par, sh'arp in hall. r and calculat:d to :asrrv an :latunshing C quantity of canvas. Her rig was that of a two-topsail schoor--her lower masts being very long :ild heavy, so as to carry large fore.andl-aft sails. lier burd :n applieared to be about 3100 tons, She was pierced for eight twenty-four poundt 'arronades oni a sit+h, an(d a long brass thirty-two pounder, working in a pivot, shotne bright ,s gold betwen her IMasts, mounted high ,'nough to work above ln-, halnioc., untliigs. Aru~ondI her nzts c;ouil .' the gleam o1, hI..rding-pikts and battl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 November 1880

LEON JASTBEMSKI, BZditor and Bundnes Ma]ager. BATON ROUGE,. NOV. 18, 1880. (arineld promises to evoke a policy which will silence all the calumnies of the campaign. The smoke of the battle is eleared away asnd' even th4 bldoody shirt is .een no more upa the wall. A New York paper makesthe awful announcement that "a resident of Auburn wormed himself into glory by eating two quarts of chestnuts." There is one Fusionist in the Kan sas Senate. He lingers in doubt whe ther it is better to fuae with the two Democrats or with the thirty-seven Republicans. The Minnesota Insane Asylam, at St. 'Petersburg, was destroyed by fire 'Tuesday. It is feared that the num ber of inmates burned will reach fifty, while the laoa ip ,'t imated at one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. tGov. Wiltz ihas appointed Judge T. C. Manning, of Rapides parish, Uni ted States Senator, to fill the vacancy cansed by the death of lion. 11. M. Spotford. Judge Maz,,ing is (,.e of the ablest men iu the St4C, and will is...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 November 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. SEno daý's dUitfin. TIre band of a regiment is a pla-tomn of it self. Sanlceribers who fail to receive their papers, will please notify us. The Snpreisme Court will sotl the tIniversity controversy next week. Owing to the inelemency of the weather, very little cotton was shipped last week. The Jnry term of the District Court meets on the 6th of December, at which time many cas:es of importance come up for trial. Major A. S. flerron, Gen. Leon Jas tremski and Mr. Harney Icholfeld left for New (Orleans by St.arier Jne. W. Cannon wast night. Baton Rouge is perfect except itsside walks,and they are abominable Mayor Jastremski makes a snoeeeftul moves on that line,.--NaekitoAe Viedis.lar. Since cider has become no cheap in New Jersey the fines for getting drank on champagne have reduced there to half a dollar. EDlWARD WrITING.-That live mer ohant is keeping up a perfect boom at his mammoth Third street emporium. In this issue, our readers will And a list of some of the ar...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 November 1880

WAR SKETCHES. INOIDENTSIN THE OAREER OF A NEW ORLEANS OONFEDEBATE. Illustrating the Old Adage that Truth is :;tranger than Fiction. New OrleaIn Picayune. Maln histories of the civil war have been written, and the public is entirely familiar with r,h. story ,of that, stru~gle. Yet, it is only during the last few yearn that a great nimas of personal oxperion ce(' :tand thrilling etisodes have been brorruht to light through the medium of the p!ress, particularly the Philadel phi: 'rirnme,. To many readers the nar ration ef persnlal adventures by field andi flodl are fir tmore interesting than the dCtfuollt, oflt''ll ultJotolnons, of a series of IDIrth.l ,r .om llinte.rd miliitary move Inrent,. In thcn ti,,leral,.ae s,+ervijc were allnty .,id..rs tiot I.,m isiana, whose feats of arus iml durinn exploits may well forms Ow the no of c,'CvllUite .ly interesting; unsr rativuiM lThe wri ter I'n'os, in, the following ai 4t..!, ', , l ru,,n ,f:ho hair-breadth t ew. p'. mitt eIi, . .ti adv.ent...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 November 1880

BATON BOUGE. IOSPITALTrY OF OUR HILL CITY-ITS SIT 'ATION, BEAUTY KND PUBLIC g BUILDINGS. Bl Natchitoches Vindicator. The beauty of Baton Bonge, its com manding situation and cleanly ap pearance, has struck the passing traveler even, yet to know of it, and its kind and hospitable people, one needs to sojourn for a few days among theta, as was our pleasure last week during the Press Convention. We arrived ftorm New Orloanis on that T palatial steamer, the J. W. Cannon, on b Sunday evening, and were assigned by h that genial gentleman and friend, Gen LIEON *JASTItEMSII, of the CAPITOLIAN, to the most delightful quarters and charming restaurant it has even been tl our good fortune to take our ease in. Long shall we remember the kingly host who caters for the wants of those kind people, and who does it so well, Mons. A. Grouchy, miay you live always andl feed as you do now. Oni the same evening; we visited the Capitol building, now in course of repairs, and l)ear wiling testi mony to the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 November 1880

ITAT WITWS. "m trIe-6gre waill rm wit regret that Mih lerm thtart, of' G1e Williams "er (eirnusa 'meatl.r C.mbilatice," lI.tIl at the Ar.adom ozf Mnoa, died ilt iJarleM4o?, 1. C., liwl Menday, rom tlhe olEer, of a full down .the+ stepo of the Itthern Nobel at that pila. The de es ued was the widow if the lat' e 1. larlnJy Drelx, the lomery of whler Isiisia;ianips ilu IA alway venratlerl, and y the dlglhll:r of liyt.hl H:y sen, of Kil. LliciAun, ftirmerly Slta t lSasator. A.lfl Cl ;,. I ar'etua ' death elm niurried tb, bilt It.y lil:ritbrdl, the erntumeny ho- L. ir In,.rtonriund at th.s .Je'.uit's (;Churh ia IhI ,"tcr. Iler sad .din , ll,. doulbt lee', biri; a pang of re,,'gre. to the heari'l tof mniny in this Stat.e, to w' slllll ' wall B weli kniown.-{'iy Item. A SAe No ection btr ing bren ,adeen with e- O" gard te the plardnll Iof' Bily Highland who was., at the l;I.1 ,lu il'ef tl' L),ist.rict Coart. found guilty ,t the lre e,,v' of'a A hoee ;.ald eena'c.ae.Id I, imi;),l.eºnºlllu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 November 1880

uI I Jn }}$ G. S..,ý13&,. AaTN oR .r., OIIANL'Ibe A NOVEMB ' :' VOl.. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBE'R ý 3,-"4 1 2:* q~l~lnunnn,,mmmmnlm m m lnlum nmmummlumnn, m mnro um nnum nnn nmlnlu nmmn IIIll l IIInn In mnu llmmln ml iln 'm ' ' " nX14 :' i v VI TORN EYS. C(2 C. I1 I).l) , . remlttt' AT LAW. Will .i. a~ltrn itrollt''lt L tit a Ull bulig ) trustet(W m 111ihllii'e IIi fll .utlntim nt atot, beitweCU Thmy.t tid C'hit ii itruvita, kiatoaangnenn La. 'V' . I'()1'h, AIwmu(E? AT LAW and C. hta*3 i'iihhm'u , I'urt Alien, West Baton ti;mt'.", 1,11. . $Itchii tte'tllkin gvoen to the Col. I...liinrº iff i,'iiulltr, taking teistimony under corn. ulii4MrtL, uill it, all itbhl lnatti'ra requiting the &1l14ll 1i,1 4 1in ,Arlurui', .o Notary to the pitalb eor wi'r.,t Blihiinl Uii.. nprrl w,13 J 1M. IAr N( A rronN~t Ar n IiOUN$Cl0 1 1.1. D l i n/t", Ih matilihn I , la. W'll prac. i.'n Iii Al iii., oiut ii or thjo State oft Louisiana. 'iii 10N. BI. 1JU1'R IEEH, ArttoJlrNrr itfl (...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 November 1880

Edit a fli l! dapi l ia r. HA N ,IH~~Lr'?, · I BOURBON FREEBOOTERS,. i ..l. iTeterlday thle tate, gave Mr. W. , 1'. Kellogg the opportunity of veln- i Iilating his views of the political situn t.i4o), iparticItlarIly of the co4ntest for co the se..l)atorshilj. We printed almost 1e Itk precise tlagnagoe used by Mr. so Kellogg. The pll ulic may rely upon, te it thbut hl hahs beeu correttal.ly reported, ii and that they tre now acquainted t o withl the views, lchmllle and holpn)s of at I he List, rich ailnd sleek remtluiaut of tlhe p tsttelordlinlilons who invadel d lonisol P iKIia unIder Republican protection, to al revel hi robbery tid sttuf' tliheir cai'pet- s bhgl with thel poll wrested I'from to coGl0114ert'4l people. GI ''The cutntry will iprceive, in re'ld ilig Mr. Kellogg's vietts, that he and ht the Isquad of ollicial blood sickers who th have been too illmllnsiblo to shame to th he driven froam his banner and the hi pnblic pap-tull, il, ve made no to uadvance in liberality of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 November 1880

j .j,:'.,L VA TTEYERS. I lbI shipltntg atrtd hlet usini tssi was li v,,l, S ti*n ,-. ' SI t" 'Ih.r-' w ho fail ti t r 'citi Iheir p p,'' V iIll plh  '44 noitify tns. . . WVitting*, Thanksgiving )Day an 1,, r" I":1lf'llt in an;tlhl eI.r 1'nlhnll . T hlurs ldat next is tha daty. I'i'. l',,t,: au ld .Metis s. It. Skallit'll ;'ml :\'a:, ]'. fl'Pal~d xelturn,,d 'romI fth €it? ;',,Iac mrning. l ,l 1' : I. ' It' ('lel "i i gll i " i ," U' if'' I ii n t ti'i li t II taf'i -f.a l 'l hut,;," InA ir li'\ rit' iin; li llrtd iii ' i':iuii itr . iti~ff. ', . Iit n wa'u , arc berinnting I i ii )'ir 'aai i r0e, o*i i rmlyl iilelll ital. t iI I',' dI?'m a'ht ll. ti," I lf' h t 't11) i iiit ti I4 ' r olft ,h1n1ts arti 4 d4inning to r , it ... h i: ('hrisrm;:4 go..:ods u soon "t., h .. in will thih with ( Ih l,, b ',, j l.t! u t'i '' - I ,l iggestl , of Jih rti i i". I ii ' i ljv h t i fe'i I' iid tx ll 4 tit' t h ' Ih ib . i , .1a 41 thi'ir I iaptIl hunl,. tfi l the li t d'.. a3 l ''iittou , Ai...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 November 1880

AN HItUIBlJoUAL EMINI8O:IaOfl wet Eal Hebrew Leader BrL "l),,'Iih." ,aun Siollctt, "it, the Chic' Nol rt ,innnilbranllcl r of theI let iol4n dloit inl the ant it, -I h Ir he own 'how hal I -h g arii} rgont Jri ,,, rttikes," nii we are remninded by the oft I,,nnteuioa ollt sailor % 1hoe1 %pired ai by I' ', .ila. 4in ill IontI'o.'ro , R,, llhnd, ibi I .lli there ltill tlinger a eow 41rl ivi orz gal hn t lok par.l in some of the deslerate bri ,,0t,-lights Intw:e.e British acud Aorical tha frigrtesº in the war of 1I1I. Onn the 7th len lf.s.uanlary, 17ti, a child was burn at of e'rryden, near Muntrose,James Cull by tip nmtue, who, started life as a cabin boy, at 'J'ri thel early age of six years, in a scottish tislihng vessel. The lad found his wayt Io ('openhagien, whetn,in l~Cl, Noulon i.si lying off that city, which he shortly I prtcieded It holwbnard. The ('Cntar, a rui a enty-four gln-.shipl, wns ltnder Net- do ,4il4', orders at Copenhagen in 1'01, and da ag;ain in Trafalgar in 18...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 November 1880

-' 3 f.'• L A. 2L. BTo, ,tor. r o( . VoBA 2. B ROUGE, LOUJSI THUSD Y, NOVr - -t _ r 1 I . + f s. AT'TORNEYS. ( ;. IJ3ID, A'rrnouNiY AT LAW. Will ). ;ltistd proomptly to all busineea nltrusted to hit,. (ltice ,In (convention street, between I'hird nld ChnUich streets, Baton Rouge, La. ' V. l'() I'IIC, Arroul.r AT LAW and . N.lary IPubhlic, Port Alltll, West Baton IIoIIgi, LIa. Spicial ttentioun given to the coi lin , l' n(orlultllots, t:lkilli tetinlolly under coin minsi o, iand iI all luther tmatte'rs reiquiruig the at t.uitin of an Ai tormny or Notary in the parish ,of W\Vt I;itoii Rouge. apr24 v2n13 1 4L. L AN(', Alrron ANDl A OUNaBeIo SLh.\At Ia. Ionaldalomville, La. Will prac tin. n oall th I, cu''il'ts of the state of Louisiana. 'I' I lO . II. DUIJIREI i, A'rroltNar I anld cnllunlol.r at Law. OCthe--No. 6, Pike's Iow, 'iSltm liougo, La. Will practlcu in the Sl.le .;lll I'drl'llt Courtls. I IlLCtON & BEALE, L A'IrolNvNYp and CounaIttont AT LAW. Ottice ou Noilth Boulevard s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 November 1880

LEON JAUIREMSKIa UEditor sad HrIIgh,. Manae l BATON ROUGE, NOV. a$, 1880 AUTS JOT WODS. No difference of opinion exists na among the intelligent people of Lou- it isiana as to the absolute necessity of efi turning the tide of emigration to- $21 wards our waste lands, and it may be, chi very soon, perhaps, to the fields now anB under cultivation. Our State cannot tio keep pace with the progress of the country unless her population is rapidly increased by the influx of the ýo hardy and industrious European ; otherwise our lands must remain at a thi nominal value and their owners be gni but monarchs of profitless acres. wi Glowing descriptions of our climate FI and'the resources of our parishes are insufficient to attract the emigrant, "n who, when he arrives, knows not sh whither to go to purchase or rent a ab home, or find employment, until he he can improve his fortunes. Nothing will be effected unless pe money is obtained to aid the emigrant si in coming here and in finding the e ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 November 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. "P New Styl Ibetter Heads. The lol,-tailed dog can not express his feeling withonut kneeling on his hind legs anil wagging his other end. An angry man who suppresses his pas sions thinks worse than he speaks; and an angry mlan that will chide speaks worse than he thinks. The man who soars while his neighbor snores, is likely to receive a fall which will render him sore for life. While his snoring neighbor dreams, he screams, ,tudent: Yes, brutes may reason, but whether the brute who monopolizes two seats in a crowded car ever indulges in the art, is open to distracting doubt. The queen be., is the largest and fattes of the bees; the drone is the medium sized oue; while the working bee is the little one with gitup in his eye and business at both ends. A colored man went into a Galveston newspaper office and wanted to take the paper. "How long do you want it "r asked the clerk. "Jess as long as it is, boss. Ef it don't fit de shelves I kin t'ar a piece off myself." The ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 25 November 1880

Ar II ITEITI1I Bl2II*OlU5OaBe of THU OUADtN. th The "01.1 Libby," at Richmond, was to sold at anotlotl on the 11th of Novem- as ber. Its sale calld to mind the follow- of uing good story to the mind of Captain h Joseph Winglteld, which occurred, when th he once stood sentinel over the prisoners Ir "So the old prison's sold, is she f" he ea said, as he sat down ona aiAl keg and hI joined a grop seated around the stove 5a discuseng Libby times. There were w several members of the old Riolmond rud Light Infantry Blers in the group who h in their times had been detailed as sea- t tinels at Libby, and each had sean an- de ecdote to relate. Wingfield listened Il la theam all, and then said, "Well, I never to pass Libby Prisen withent lagbhing. b When I leek up at the windows I can't Je helpik of thinkingt o on of tiutest trieks ti those yankees ever did play-sharp was bl not the word for it. Fast is, geatlemenl, I had aiy musket leveled at a crowd those fellows to shoot, but the trick was...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 November 1880

ouiin4 7 p ý". t iý rr i A.' ATTORNEYS. ( C. HIRD ArrosNxY AT LAW. Will ', attend promptly to all business intrusted to bin. Oflice on Convention street, bet ween Third nod Church streets. Baton Rouge, La. ( VW. POPE, ArrosOa" xr Law and J Notary Public, Port Allen, West JBatou tRouge, La. Special attention given to tile ol. lectiou of accouuts, takiung testiwony tnder cowi. nlislon, and to all other InattersI requirnug the itL nt ion of oa Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Inutos, ou ig. lt-apt4 .nal3 =I }4. LANG, ArroHxrl ANu CousaeLolt .* At Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prac. ti i the cowurt of the Ptate of Loulslala. r IHOl. A. DUPRI E, 'IArIonLa I and Conntelor at Law. (Jice-No. t6, Ptikes UDss, I:uton Rouge, La. Will practice in the Srilt. il and Fedleral Colrts. 1 ICRItON & HEALR, A'rroaNKtst andt COUNELraoItl Ar LAW. iltice on North Boulevard street, near the post oflice, Iaton Ilouge, La. Will attend to all law bust iisa eIltruaLte to to them in thi ansl asl...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 November 1880

AN INTEREBTING REMINISuOENOE seemed tugglin AŽ OLD.)Il OLD I. "LL InY 1'RISO(,"' BY ONE fairly OF Tl (L'ARDS. thoUgh it oitt a The "Old1Libbl," at Richionud,; was ropei sold j auotion bn the 11th of 1iovenm- suddth ber. Its sale called to mind the follow- other ing good story to the mind of Captain heap o' Joseph Wingfield, which occurred, when thmiu he once stood sentinel over the prisoners floor; "So the old prison's sold, is she ?" he cautoi said, as he sat down on a nail keg and hear ti joiled a group ,seated around the stove called discussing Libby times. There were what several members of thu old Richmond rop Light Infantry Blues in the group who find ut in their times had been detailed as seon the ho tinels at Libby, and each had some an" down ecdote to relate. Wingfield listened to be. I thenm all, and then said, "Well, I never to sht pass Libby Prison without la ughing. but sa When I look up at the windows I can't joke v help thinking of one of the cutest tricks throw; thos...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 November 1880

"WHAT MY LOVER SAID.'" t By the nrl.:,-t ,;lance, in'the twilight glomm. In the onrhard path he met me- j In the tall wit grass, with its faint pertum', And I tried to !,;'+ but he madel no room, j s Oh' I tri.d, but he would not let me. So I stodi and blushed till the grass grew r,.. d With my faice' tInt down above it, . While he took my hand, as he whispes'lJt s1u!-- t How the ,loveufift4l each pink, sweet ttsad To liten to sil that my lover said!' ( ' rthe, lover in bloom-I luv, it: ' In the high wit ;ra:- 'tint tih. ,ath to Lale And the low: wit l 'av,., h:un ,v,.I, Jim;t I colv d not pa]:.,n , the +11i , , I'ur I ti,mnl uiysl. wh,.n I v"iily t'. d, lu the aims oft ti'ii 4 .d t hovi r. a And he hbeld n there. and ihe raised Iy Iad, d t \hlle he closed the, path bhetr ml. , a And he looked down in mity vyel and sitidl- t Hlow the leaves tent down rtimw the boutghs o'er heah ''To listen to all that my lover .::1. 1 O)h th.e hIa;es hanging lowly o'er ti. t Ll(nd1 to moved aide 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. — 27 November 1880

LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. BATON ROUGE, NOV. S, 1880. AOTS, NOT WOEDS. No difference of opinion exists among the intelligent people of Lou islana as to the absolhte necessity of turning the tide of emigration to wards our waste lands, and it may be, very soon, perhaps, to the fields now ander cultivation. Our State cannot keep pace with the progress of the country unless her population is rapidly increased by the influx of the hardy and industrious European; otherwise our lands must remain at a mominal value and their owners be but monarchs of profitless acres. Glowing descriptions of our climate and the resources of our parishes are insufficient to attract the emigrant, who, when he arrives, knows not whither to go to purchase or rent a home, or find employment, until lie can improve his fortunes. Nothing will be effected unless money is obtained to aid the emigrant in coming here and in finding the exact locality where he is to be ac commodated In accordance wit...

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