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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 June 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. — 28 June 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL or Tru PARISH: LEON JASTREMSKI, tl Rdito* and Businers Manages. 0 SATURDA , JUNE 28,1879. a A witness was so exhausted be call- n ed for a glass of water. The Judge Ii said to the examining lawyer: "Let v him go, you've pumped him dry." ii About the guiltiest looking people in the world, is a man accused of a crime of which he is innocent, and a a newly married couple trying to pass , for veterans. A Paris journal informs Its readers flt that Lincoln was assassinated by a tr strolling player named S. Wilkee tl Boots I Where now is the aspiring ii youth who fired the Ephesian dome? m asks the Richmond State. lo An Indianian married when he was l 17, was a father at 18. Lately lihe W married a second time, and at the age t of 80 is happy with a second child, t between whom and the first there is o0 a difference of 62 years. fu fuI When they start to have a big time di In Kansas they have a big time gen- Al erally. The Empire City Echio says: wt "A lady gave birth to t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 June 1879

V" Ght1 guIiana papitoaian. LOCAL MATTERS. The longest day of the year has pass ed, and the alghtp Pre on the increase. See succesion sale in this issue in the matter of the estate of William Lee and Marthp Lee. Single copies of the Capitolsn can be found for sale at Mike Chambers' sta tionery establishment and Heroman's Blue Store. The evening's entertainment ended in a pleasant dance, in which the apdience participated with that delight known only to Terpsicorean devotees. The Louisiana Supreme Court has af firmed the judgment of the court of this parish concerning the Sunday lay., We are not advised that the question will be carried any higher. We overheard a darkey make this characteristic remark yesterday: "Igits 'long berry well here widdout much work, and ef I goes t4 Kansas I might git my neck broak fer stealin'." If you want the latest periodicals, call on our friend Mike Chaminbers. He is always keeps them, and Is continually placing us under obligations for the same. Long...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 28 June 1879

A Night of, Anxiety. at t the HEMMED IN B.ETVEEN TWO COL tthe they UMNR OF THE ENEMY AND wee FEARING Ax ATTACEL cod Wei Major H. A. .koClellan it the 'illadel- go pMe Times. Onthe morning. of the ii5ti, while regi Lee's army was concentrated :at War- bat renton, Stuart was ordered to make a p reconnoisance towards Carlett's Station. of t He received these orders about tensu o'clock and immediately sent forward bea Lomax's brigade. Hunter's and Gor- sig] don's brigades had been so constantly ill engaged with the enemy during the past Oni four days that their ammunition was r exhausted, and some unavoidable delay poi' occurred while waiting the arrival of is d their ordnance wagons. Lomax ad-has vanced to Auburn where he learned that lies the enemy occupied Warrenton Junc- lea tion in force. Having gained this in- in a telligence he halted his, command to ly wait the other brigades. The proximity skis of the enemy rendered it likely that der some severe fighting would occur in the the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 July 1879

ý j t I r "j i i> ,. + "l~ ii ýý i" ,"i ',ik~ r ' ". S~t r v :, ·-t, f ' 1 t 1. '; ý tt T e ,ýj Tr , PuWLran roretr AI t 1 u ~o 66 I2_ ._2L._! " . _"_12_ II.Lý ,}_ti, 1Li Written for the Capitolian. THE FRIENDS; on, A HOME IN LOUISIANA, Br NORAA M. JONEs. CHAPTER I. PREFATORY. Oh! If America can yet be great, If neither chain'd by choice nor doom'd by fate To the mdb-mania which imbrutes her now, She yet may raise the crown'd, yet civic brow, Of simple majesty. It has been observed, in speaking of the intellectual powers of man, that if we could trace distinctly all that has passed through the mind from the first beginning of life and sensation, till the full development of reason; how the infant faculties first began to work, and how they brought forth and ripened the various senti ments and opinions, with which the mature mind feels itself endowed, that this would be a treasure in natural history, throwing more light on the human faculties, than philosophers have ever been able...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 July 1879

OFFICIAL JO UR uns RISH . LEON 1 ltosr and ine wer. Ti The man in the finest suit ofelothes 8le 2 isJ often a shabbier fellow than an. Boul other dresed in rags . that with Ak *arken Congfismain said to fl, Horase Greeley opeday, "I am a self- do a eman." "Then sir," replied the stoeoptitea Horaie, "the ft re- kin Ifeves the Almight of a greatrespon- , sibility." ec The people who talk most about i(soi the papers, and think they know just E how a paper ought tobe edited, know Fort less than anybody about the matter. Gira The man who tries to please every- Hen body is sure to be in trouble with tl everybody. Loal Morn t'he Rev. James Blarney, of Mem- of r plls, holds that all animals not only den, have immortal souls, but will be ro- Pow warded or punished in the future state sly for'tre deeds of this life. 'There .i, Stev he says, hell for kicking mules, The This sounds a good deal like blarney I Wet Gras The Carroll Conserieaive says in its You next issue will be published an open ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 July 1879

Wh4 %amieianwa @italian. LOCALIMATTERS We are requested state that the proposed .celebration in' honor of the State Convention will not take place to-morrow night. We regret to learn that Willie, son of T. A. Oblol, while runninpg aecroes a gal lery, got his foot caught in On open apace, and broke his leg.' The exercises of the State University oocurred too late yesterday evening to be noticed in this issue. Next week we will make proper mention. We return thanks to Rev. P. Lane, Principal, fs an especial tnvitatien tO attend the vocal and insi~dmental con. cert at the blind inetitution. It is thought that the Constitutional Convention will adjourn in a few days, as they have nearly completed their duties. Hurry up, gentlemen. Don't forget that we have Just receiv+ ed a lot of new sad late styles of type specially adapted to the printing of cards, bill-heads, note-heads and elreu lars. Call and examine specimens. Rev. Dr. C. K. Marshall, who arrived in this city Thursday, will preac...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 July 1879

SOON VEILED. Ma - whiol BY AUGVUStUS As . found There is love in same heart de That will never find tongue;. he There aressongs On soe lips "I That will never be sng; lte For the love is ground down stabi In the dust of Despair, racin And the songs are entombed horse In the dungeons of Car. bMl There are problems of life strel That are better unknown; boos There are sees ogood deeds body That have never been sown; John For the problems of life him, ; Might chill us, could we know, acee, And the sowers were dead boys Before they could sow. then Sout I "His Last Hand." Here """" The DEATH OF A MlSisseiPPn RIVER T GAMBLER. * e expr [Piilad.elpha Tfies.] oard Old John Watts was a gambler by righi nature. He would bet on everything, MeG add last Thursday, when he died in his hand little room on Tenth street, the last say' words he uttered were: "I bet you I he c get well." There were no takers, for door , a respected and able physician 'two I4w Jersey, stood by his bedside and we tw hed ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 July 1879

Kt A F..*Ii;S 2 1 6-1 "Ut N R G (r :' t2t4j f II ý,r ho, r Pi i~i f J.~~t :fý' t Nr) ' "i. :J Ir'ýf, Er 'rt 771 '111A 11 Idt: i TON V i. J4ºVý V ý ,r ' J RUGE, 79 $p glird 1iis alan e issue - -- by a AT THE GATE. lad posit And where were you jtmt now, Mabel I him Where have you been so long ap The moon is up, and all the birds Have utmg their eveaing song; I saw you loitering down the path, pref So lonely and so late, Mr. Beyond the well and the lilac bush, the And hanging at the gate. pend I love to hear the birds, mother, him And see the rising moon; And, oh ! the summer air is sweet' this Beneath the sky of June. been My cow is milked, my hens are cooped, since And washed are cup and plate, tion And so I wandered out awhile, lug To hang upon the gate. flecb The gate is by the road, Mabel, his i And idle folks go by, Uria Nor should a maiden brook the glance this Of every stranger eye. had. Besides, I thought I saw a cap-- mun I'm sure you had a mate; abot So tell me who was with ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 July 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL o m Er PARISH LEON JASTREMSKI, Editor and Business Manager. SATURDAY, JULY 12,1879. A fire in Mansfield, La., on the 2d inst. destroyed four stores. As a mark of respect to the Hon. R. B. Stille, delegate from Sabine parish, the Convention adjourned on the 10th inst. Sincerity is speaking aswe think, believing as we pretend, acting as we profess, performing as we promise, and being as we appear. The negro named Mort Lee, who outraged a lady in Fayette county, W. Va., about a week ago, was taken from the train at Coalburg Tuesday h and hanged by a mob. Gen. Jackson said that he would p, like to see inscribed in letters of brass T over the door of every house in the fin land the words: "The slanderer is ca worse than the murderer. w to A colored man, a day or two ago, delivered an eloquent eulogy on the th life and character of Gen. R. E. Lee, ti in Atlanta, Ga. The case has been a referred to Parson Conway. The Morgan City Review hoists the oi name of Hon. Don. Caffr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 July 1879

h4 JonubiIauta apttelian. LOCAL MATTEBR. eeoo official roceediuge of the Police Jury in to-day's paper. District Court-adJourned last Monday, after an active usleson of three weeks. The weather is extremely hot and sul try, and the dust very annoying. The crops are suffering badly fr rain. Bloys, don't forget to save up your nickels, on as to attend the rarud Sunm nmer Night Festival on the 90th inst. mingle ~opies of the apetlolIe can be found for catl at Mike Chambers' nta tionery establishment and lteroman's illue Store. J. It. MaHugh in our duly authoritwd agent at Ambrosla, isAt blston Route parish, and authoriild to recoipt for subscription and advertising. Mr. W. T. Cluverlum preMented us yesterday nomnocspeoimnea of the cele. irateod "hock" brand of ligars. After fair trial we found them excellent. One hundred and three for llaton HloIuge to live against, was the last vote taken on the Capital question. Poor Forman I his influenee dwindled down to a "lone live spot." Nome pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 July 1879

A Colorado Experience. girl aPF pre One tempeat-tosed night, weather- pod bound at a small hotel on the stage route so from santa Fe, we met a fellow-travele in whom we became greatly interested. The howling gale and elemental uproar let intensified the oesy cheer of our snug little parlor. The genial warmth from lil 'the heaped up ruddy coals in the grate, eve and spicy exhalations streamed from an *arthern mug brewing in niout, out of pe which from time to time, we repliased our glasses, stimulated convesmation,and we were seen launched upen a stream of In startling adventure. 6 Am.agethers, my companion, a finely I built, athletic fellow, narrated an expe- iu rience of the previous season, which he for said 'made every hair stand on tip-too.' "flowt" we asked. "You were in l great peril." tre "One of those immninent risks that thI meet you at every turn. Four of us til came in the stage from Santa Fe, the I Last of June, I think. A young lady- thi governor ,of an olleer's family-...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 July 1879

ill. I. A. 0.. r Iiz NiATON ROUGELOUISIANA, JU 19, . P'ublieher and Proprietor. I , W e UB For the Capitolian. THE LAWYER'S PA TRON. BY NORAII M. JONES. In days of old, ere print and telegraph Iiad taken the place of herald and of plage ; Ere modern author penned a paragraph, And steam and progress had become the rage. When men were bold in Faith and Vir tue's cause, And woman dared not for her rights to scold ; When kings and princes bowed to higher laws; And lord and and peasant knelt in one satne fold. Ages dark I ore yankee beacon lights hadl shed, Their scorching beams on each devoted head, When ev'ry art held up its tutelary saint, Without a fear of superstitious taint. Music, painting to their vocation true Sung aid portray'd divine Cecelia's fltamen ; St. Luke received from Doctors praise well ldue, St. Gleorge the soldier's courage still did tame. And now in spite of precedent and deed, The Lawyers yet had not preferred their claim ; When one, who though no far he was not f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 July 1879

OFFICIAL JOURNAL or r'HE PARISH LEON JA6TREMSKI, Editor and Business Mawiager. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1879. The ~nspcratic masses never fail to reward political fidelity and are sure to scorn and punish traitors. The cholera has made its appear ance at Smolensk, and also in the districts of Vyas and Dosoyobusch, in Russia. A colored man named Jerry Hall, who has been to Kanas, is stumping Rapides parish, advising the negroes not to go there. The justices of the supreme coust of this State are to receive salaries of $5,000 each; the circumt.judges $3,000 and the district judges $2,500. The new judiciary gives us four supreme judges, to be appointed by the Governor. The Legislature elects the circuit and the people the dis trict judges. They grow tall women in Indiana. A poet there writes that he "kissed the clouds from her sweet fair face." It seems almost incredible that he could do any such thing. A man named Wm. Gillis, recently stayed all night at a farmer's house, about thirteen mil...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 July 1879

O4 %onitiana taifotlanL. LOCAL MATTERS. Attend the Festival Tuesday night. Fine Job Work at the Capitolian. The Silver Cornet Band celebration comes off next Tuesday night. Under the new constitution East Ba ton Rouge parish becomes the seven teenth Judicial district. Single copies of the Capitolian can be found for sale at Mike Chambers' sta tionery establishment and Heroman's Blue Store. There are many things in this world that are as deceiving as a fish-hook with a worm on it; you don't feel the point until you bite. "Should a man drink malt liquor f" queries a medical exchange. Well, if a man has a wife it is certainly his duty to sup-porter. J. B. McHugh is our duly authorized agent at Ambrosia, East Baton Rouge parish, and authorized to receipt for subscription and advertising. The war on adventurous canines still wages in this city. "Muzzle or death,', the gay policeman sings, and then fol lows the cherished explosion. * A small boy in the parlor where a dry goods clerk is sp...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 July 1879

TilE OCEAN BURIAL. Oh I bury him deep in. the dark.blue sea, Let the waves above cbhl Iounl'filly, For there he lies in a dreamhnss rest; ilia heart in cold within his breast, And the lips which moved in silent prayer Have grown to icy stillness there; And the eye whose light 'twamrjoy to ns1e Will slhep so ealh in the deep l ,II( sea. of' bury him ote~ in the meaning sea, Where the eea-weeids twine and the cor als ,e; Where the wind's low wail and the sea bird's note Will over his grave in sadnass float. The Flather calls, his work is uloilt - T'ho' loved onlles wecpl) for the dear onte gonl, They'll mourn their loss, his gain 'twill be; T'hen bury hii deemp in thIne moaning mea. 0 ! bury hihn there in the restless deep; lic's far from thei spot where his loved ones weep; Front her whose cheek grew cold with 1 fear, When tlihe death-word reached her wait ing ear, She may nlot kiss those coldl lipº now. Nor part thflie hair oin his death-chilled I brow; She may not conme to his grav...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 July 1879

14 r X 1 , 1' Impel ,,E BATON ROUGE, LOUI-IANA, JULY 2 87 w .,.,,,.,,.,,...,,.:....,..... .~~~~~~L~ -_,  }B T N. ],N ,...,,: 1 v .. ... :i~m .lI, ' . ' " " ..:. .. n  : Y·LIw .- s:.:.· E . !l CIHAMBgRE 8'lNW ithe rose from her untromubled shlop And put away har soft brown hair, I1 And in tones as low andl deep o As love's first whisper,bruath'd a prayer n Sf[or snow-white hands together pressed, d nI blue eyes sheltured il the lid; II And from her long and flowing dreu Escapud a bare and slendelor foot, r Whose sehape upon thle earth did press Like a now snowflako white and nmute, And there from slumlber pure and warmn, f Like a young spirit fresh from lheavn, t She bowed her slight alnd graceful fiort si And humbly prayed to be forgiven. Ii 0 (liod! if nouls unsoiled as thiise.' Noeel daily mlercy froiIl Thy throno- If she ulpoln Ier oInded knees, Our loveliest and our purest ono- Nhl, with a face no clear andl bright We dotn her some stray child of light- f1 If she, wit...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 July 1879

it; 5ouithiama i apitairni. OFFICIAL JOURNAL orPg1t1 PARISH, a LEON .JASTiE'Mtl KI, gJ S;,lltcr rr.t 71uin * nMM Ms KngC'r. P S4 7'r noA Y, .Jt , 26, 97.9. 'there waas a snow-storm in the 1t soutTa~~sthrn part of France onl the 20th of July. tl 'rho board of henlth of Viks~burg dmny the existence of yellow fever in i that city. The place is very healthy. cI A couple of Maryland darkics were 5I arrested one dlay Inst week while te fighting a due'tahot their "darling ! dusky lady love." The golden loitnenlts iii the stream of life rush past us, and we see notlh ing but sand; the angels coume to g visit us and we only know them when ' they are gone. -- - ----- - fc A general stampede was created in , Kansas by the news that a negro t.l woman had been admitted to 'ull fel- a lowship hibo a Georgia church coi posed altogether of whites. )rs. White and Smlythe, two emi nent physicians of Now Orleans, after a thorough exanination of the report ed cases of yellow feverat I landHsloro, Miss....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 July 1879

$h4 founan a apitoahtn. LOCAL MATIERS The season of the year has arrived when the frisky squirrel trequently.gets into a "stew" by stealing green corn. 8lnglo copiee of the Capitella can be found for sale at Mike Chambers' sta-I tionery establishment and iferonran's a Blue Store. The Convention having fixed the time f for holding the election in December, b candidates are looming up and politics j growing warnm. I J. B. MclHugh is our duly authorized agent at Ambrosia, East Baton Rouge i parish, and authorized to receipt for subscription and advertising. The water that flows from a spring n does not freeze it the coldest winter. I And those sentiments of true friendship II which flow from the heart cannot be o frozen by adversity. ti - h Major Thomas McIntyre, the late fi- t ciount Sergeant-at-Arms of the Conven tion, is our duly authorized agent in Now Orleans. Our friends in the Cres cent City are requested to send in their it favors through him. rc Several light showers have fall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 26 July 1879

YOU'LL NEVER 0 UESS. I know two eyes, two soft brown eyes, Two eyes as sweet and dean As ever danced with gay surprise, Or melted with a tear; In whose fair eyes a heart, may. bask Their shadowed rays serene But, little maid, you must not ask Whose gentle eyes I mean. I know a voice of fairy tone, Like brooklet in the June, That sings to please itself alone, A little old-world tune; Whose music haunts the listening ear, And will not leave it free; But I shall never tell you, dear, Whose accents they be. I know a golden hearted maid For whom I built a shrine, A leafy nook of murmurous shade, Deep in this heart of mine; And in that calm and cool recess To make her home she came But, oh ! you'd never guess That little maiden's dlame. Among the Buttercups. "Remember, Sisley, dear, I partiou larly wish that you may be at Green lawn in June." Pretty Mrs. Gershom, who was look ing unusually charming and elegant in a fashionable traveling dress of some soft, amber-brown tabric, stopped at t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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