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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 January 1881

LOCAL MATTE JE  Col. Sam Mac Flinn, general advance director of Thornton's Circus and Me nagerie, is here making arrangements Sfor New Year's Day. We find him a congenial gentleman, one who under stands his business. There were fearful headaches on Sun day morning, around town, from the effects of the good, bad and indifferent liquids that were consumed in celebrat ing the Saviour's Anniversary. Withal everything went off without serious in jury to persona or property. FROM CATAnoULA.--We were pleased to greet in our sanctum on yesterday our young friend Stacey Alexander who has been spending several months in the parish of Catahoula, which he descrbes as in a flourishing condition, despite the rains, the overflow, and the short cotton crop. Improvements are going on everywhere in the shape of new buildings, fences, etc. JosHuA BRAL's establishment sustain ed a regular attaek in bree during the Christmas week, when he came very near being left with empty shelves. With the money tha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 January 1881

THE EI-WIDOW HOVIUS. BY JULE K CIARETJI:. The' Parisian. There was once in Paris two biblioma niacs. The one was named Hovius, I think, the other Jean Macrin. A ('orsican, implacable and furious hatred had long divided them. Verona had its Capulets andMontagues,Florence its Gasipus and Ghibelines; Paris-the quays of Paris have had Jean Macrin and Mr. Hovius. Ilovius had carried off fromt Macricn an Elzevir edition of Horace; Macrin had deprived Hovius of an Al dine volume cont aining some tale or an other of' Ingus, the; title of which would interest you but little if 1 could renicem 1,er it to tell it you. Let it suffice yon to know that .M; a'rin hated Hovius, :and that Ilovius, in his bilious humor, de termined to illuminate his library on the day of the death of his implacable rival. Mr. Pierre Paul Hovins was walking, or rather stationing, on the quay Vol taire one day, book-hunting, nosing, fer retting, upsetting the boxes, engaging in a regular chase after books. Who has not ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 January 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. atitda 'ýs Edittion. The grinding season has been so pro longed by the unfavorable weather that many of our planters will not be through sugar making before the middle of next month, while others will be detainei as late even as 'February. Yet the yield will be a good one, thoutgh the losses caured by delays will deprive planters of much of their profits. A Rofnuliv--On night before last the house of (eorge Ilird, a prominent col ored citizen, was entered ,by burglars wireho opened the arloir alnd took there 11'o111 50114so e IIIlI, the' savinlgsl' of 'eral years of hard work uand ielintry. l ird % as absent iat the timne, and .htnn his will, heard the noise shli crield fiir help, hut 'enhid not s.l erevd in brhinginlg the e'ig~lhulo te o her as..ist:ilr'e' unlil it wIas too bit.. TheI aniul ch'elionl of oflfier's of the 4.:eirmiali: lIuevoletnt Asoittitin took plaice lhst 1night, as f'ollows: iheiry ltihortel, Il'reside'nt lhenry llsech, .'ice-l'rsident ; Jacob .sh...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 January 1881

"'LEFT TILL OALLED FuOB." I'lTh following beautiful and sug gestive incide(nt we find in the De cember naºuber of the London t'il. dren's Friend: It was only a few d(ays bfore Christmas, and I was travelling home after ait long absence in fo eign lands. I had been ill the train all day, aind was very tired of the cramped plsi tion, so I was not altogether sorry when I arrived at aI station where I had to change, to find that I must wait thlre(' q(uallters of aiii hour before I coull poceed on mly journey. I saw ny pIortunautea(lt put safely onl olne side, and then I began to walk up and down on the platform, glad to have the opportunity of a little exercise, as I had still fiur or Live hours' journey before nme. For solme time I watched the various pa1 senigters colning a1nd going, and alnus ed myself with wondering what their histories were, and where they were hound for. Some were evidently going home for Christmas, glad and gay ; others looked ias if some mourn fil ,tibsiniss cal...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 January 1881

1, " 1 .n .l 1 I ' Ir n o 11 ri , ý yl Ili 11ý 1, ý Aft 'll it VOL. 41 lzT. h.~I VEº ýtý ýi,'t'~. (.ft11.,I~rlEitt ýt.ý ºf1 "ý ,º I 2, BATON OUGE, U 4 ATTORNEYS. . C (.IIR D Arrogawz sl LAW. Will . alts .dpromrptly toall busIlise luutnst~el to tIhu. 1)11kv on VConettvoteu trut, betweet 'Thb i int:~l Chuich stroote. Satun Bouge, La. W. PO()P , Arrounrr Al Ltw 8ti4 V 4. n4Y Ifutil, Port AllIe, West 1SMon Hoi i uh , 1.q.OlnC. Spcclul attuuttut given tothe 1-41 141,~tof aro~tmt ntakinga he nit many unr cunrt.i .niA~ain,,. ,m.1 to q (that initiate miji rinyr Ilhn !It reptof l ie /atltnoty or Notary e*lr putien aa' taIj tIo JItttige. _ ult v'Jnl3 ji'4. L.A A`(I TwmrK rAe CtoUNNCeia 11" .14, Dunalteoetnse, La. Will pat, iný~ &I ellth uourtul et Bite ttale of Loulssa. 11 Old.~ B. MYPR·R16E, Al loum i 1 atiul weaeuor at Lew. Office--Nu. 6, Pika'n 1Itw, flsl* 1uMap, Ga. Vill practice In tim '.t t nrd 1ºelerarC Courts. I A r 'i , s.cs iad Cot NitwlOU Afr LAW. Of4ti;' nit Nustls Beloudl str...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 January 1881

MAASjEM5KI 8di81 N O~y 181 i OQ)ITITUTUIO* AND EXTRA The Markevil Blletin, referring to the disecussion Witlh regard to an other constitutional convoution and lit extra .assion of the f1General As seudbljapiaks as.fl0W4 o . - "W afp lookipg to, t,1Vsutodtvling of our Constitution and the pIurging of our statutes of the obnuoxious laws embodied-in them, let us put in forIce the good ones wbhlob have been irn ished it. First of all, let us remove theli State tbltal to Baton Rouge. In New Orleuns good auti honest leg islation ispinpeded; monopolies and corrupt men have too strong; a foot hold-so strongtlhat tlKe honest peo ple of the GCrescent Lity cannot check it aud'freely admit their inability to do so. 'The footpriotis which darpet-. bsgagery left thete havIe not yet been eradicatedy coriuption' till holds up its hideous head ,hd money its tempt ing bait." "That our past Legislature did not ,give us relief is but too true, and that our Constitation is defective in more partsthan on...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 January 1881

gi ' uMklf Qt pitofianr LOCAL MATTERS. Edlward Witting has another ualvor tismenielt in lo-day's paper, which will pIrove of interest to the costlnlmers of liit -cluaws groceries. 1Wis hilngton Fire Coumpany No. I, on lust evening, ppolinted a eomnuittee to cmuter with the other esepuicl, with a view of miaking arrangements for the anneal 2?M of February parade. Uov. Wilts, we are pleased to state, blus appointetd I)r. B. Dnohelain, Coroner of this parist to fill the vacancay cit au by the resignatioi of IDr. Jones of P'ort H}lson. 'The Governor could not hiae aplpointed a tInore competentt geln tieana thaun Is D)r Iuobehein, nor one who will give more general satisfaction. (lie. D)odge, Major and Capt. Greene punesed through this city Sunday, on a tour of inslpection of the route of the New Orleans Pacific Railway. Owing t.' their bshort stay, we were unable to ,nett up with these goentlemen. Nothiugl deliulte as to the locatton of the llue'ip this neighborhood has thus far been as...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 4 January 1881

'1'lTe fact seems to be that the star il of Roehefort is waning before the rising glu'iv :of Louise Michel, th be schoolmiustress of Noumea. This strange womtia has again cauighit the Fe tlhlat k (h Idixbunists. $4se Is i reported tube a mioldtwn Joan of.la. hio Site loves humaunity. Her car is al wai upou t thue cry of miisery. A lot recent caricature lita represented her lh as a red.gster of Mlerby, artied witl ob it uIbIkflet,4s34 Ud of *Lerois sai the s iply ofl uflsonic fraternity airstad tot of a rosary. She was brni in J I?$ in ilthe .f aun te-Marne. Shi siu l rd hittiry ait discovered tat each evl r epoch it would have ulhicedL' ku.. pl 'prbe de' de i8'ini ind~l' to &lv thp1 Wdtet. R 'ibiu "Coi'day. it s- n sassiunatiig' Mafat hoptll t.o saveof France. With the saie object ib it view Louise'MiChel, while a pchoolr b mistriess at Miontmairtre, wished to be kill Napoleon. II. Tlie idea was ilt dvcply ixed in hier miind. She bad lher photogrplih taken, standing at a table w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 January 1881

·':-. : , , ite I M T .at '41' 3/ I. t ' h K .it d ..EKLY. ;: °r ;e ' no a I I i~l 7 p(dye e. raw T:etXZ, Z4t r. OFFICIAL J.TOtxSAL OF TIE PAR-SH AN, P,., L.' 2. ARSTDA1 2.. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1q61. " . 17 (~~~~~~~~~~ls n IJP 'i (jfn;;·1·-s":F. --- ~-- ----L~-'-..e-- - AI"tO~tNEYs. ". ...+. n . .. Anw.·wnr/^·/.nn~rnunrnnrwn.nr (3 u.(XI I!), AXIrrOM3T AT LAW. Will C. ptte proisiptly to all baghiuaa intrualei to im. Qffitv on coniraetiop 4treot, bHjtweeu Chul Wete "toouage, IA. -~V. YOYIG,·-AI.Brro AT LAW mid G. .rotary kubb " 'of A~ik~, \Vat nton ltiiiyu. .. Rri* tteuiii give the coll lrrtiml ofi aofut s litai% kiI ang Sktiioloy iundr colt. *sihaaui, and to PA othqr niattit rc(lliihng t A but ft y YV Oftfrr, W t(YI 1)Wibl uý, llt' + rll vipll i ~ LANGATIOIIKTr AND GoUrNeistul At Lew. IasvM1 ,. aWill jiral lice hlJ tltbc ol At4 ie sArrolnNi Y Lanldoaabee o. -N , Yike's How, lictoi a Ism. 11 practie lhi the Start" mud PedalnC~onrts. 7C 1T1 r. 4 (t~tX~lL o; ATA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 January 1881

dtrliaUtthlg Qttpifsljni Editor d its *s ;Mn1ta rr ý!'l TOM* IA* . 0,401, (don. Wickhaw, of Virginia. Ias delclined thelII Navy P'ortfolio. An English paper opposes the re tontion of Transvaal by England. t)JJwJlWt'dki l)ucumber, the Clhili. an iarmy was withini 2) miile's of faimni. Large crowds, principally of stin dlents attacked the ews of HIlerlil on New Year's day. Thirty-six leersons were wounuded ilurig' the Senatorial electtioHn in qorra, HWrazil, lately. 'uhe prineipal ironll buoys were cri riod fromn their mioorintgs by the ice in New Yorak harbor. The Union of Bolivia with I'eun is to be doctlded by a vote, of the 1I)ue partmesutal Anseinblion. WVw, 'erry, teoe Tipton MSiasher, a noted pugilist, died from drink in 10l1ondon, on (ChLristmianeve. A sounatunbulist, Sabel hMcIaachlin, fall in a well durling outne of hero night excursious at Hatlifax, N. S. The Chesapeake hus been covered with ice to that extent that vessaelsn have been jtamned therewith. It seems probable th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 January 1881

Mr. Alwl PE M1 geu;,a Fronelh resitlent, aged abouholt fffyj j tr, ,r was f mind 'dead I itf his lIed l'sfWet' WIij l bakery on T'etes (lay tnif~1l/p)4 Iit _1; . KiA Ilhe City Council will miteet on Moti. to(t.1 Y, wt bu re to mIake their final .1 'rlhe t4 iti Aa' of ttait p` or patiently for the prtiusq rplie t 'Tlet lost f#Av days''ltave brought 'ntw Inaledi, tluS tnti~o ity'hiuI now entered " oiln the high road4 totrittitt i sHoVeIu. , W mjs~, qtJberjg 11 dbofl connn ."l04l~ to tb ifull c.01-11 N of ,ui4itipieliseI jrohIeslcti, tbe Insati~tt. tiot mluist Ntoon hecurna alrobject of pride to tdin"epoti of thet tate. 4. few asp. ýAus athaiiugaeuakm, 4n reprouhwu a Oompllat itar' notice froth rmlp of tb 01,0 Dam OtIC, tuinister who baa beau sasigueorto the BRtoqu KlbnoT cogregatlon. *ire his obIh!ln? - 4X1".Iýl til~~ oi'~'ýliuu o eirysl4 Ibe"'ttlio ~rtYtlt ofl the rn- 'i turnt ot goaotl~weartlrr mi thbaarfurm- I erg aitu pit l nduturtuia 1ºetiialuledito'tIinish e harvet o $ js~nl Mto...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 January 1881

INDIAN hE)9 L ATC.ARIII1LE, IA. Afttet llt: Ipald of tierce warriors brought to FoLrt Marion ill chains had returtned to their homues in the Indiau TIeritAnIy, civilized, iIIblstriottUs taeit, Capt. I'ratt, to whose effLcts this change war, ilt, was ltliXiot 10to Coil (irruns.: iwl this Ierlv Utijat, watifare. where the weapons were christian love aiol interest. His next victory3 was the placing by the authority of the in terior department of foliLty-nine indiaan chiplden at 11anmito lu shi toue. Thu iiilit4&ryi lairracks at Carlisle, wertiehuiot tipietl by troops. Pleas aitlly hetatAed, the conmnodious bulJd ings, well adapted to such use. C('apilt. I'rott decided that tin was the pIlace ft'or an Indiau school. tEductioal work on an Rndianu r leservi is doubly dillicult, Ionatiuse the toeachiing of the schlools is so much ouIIteIracted by thie evil influences of home associa tions. When Capt. P'ratt laid before Secretary Sehurli his plai of utilizing the Carlisle Barracks for a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 January 1881

lit VL 2AU LO AU A. Joy A8 ip.i. r a o. p ~ l VOL.. BAON OUGE LOISIAA, SW ' Y, ANUfl '8, ATTORNEYS. [( C. BIRD, ATTrouiT AT LAW. Will -.* attead promptly to all business intrusted to him. Office on Conventiot street, between Third ad Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. (1 W. POPE, ATroK.eY AT LAW and * Notary Public. Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of accounts, taking testimony under cotmh mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the pariah of West Baton Rouge. apr24 v2n13 H M. LANG, ArToanssT AwCounsazos SAt Law, Donaldsonville, La. Will prao. tice in all the courta of the 8Bste of euiislias. HiO0. B. DUPBHEEArrORns I and Counselor at Law. Oflice-No. 6, Pikes' how, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the fltate and Federal Courts. [JERRON & BICALE, 1 A'rrouutYs and COUXSELOIu AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the poat office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busia uess ent...

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 January 1881

ltOi-Wel $itaphliancr LEON JASTREIMSI, Editor and Business Manae,. BATON ROUGE, JAN. 8, 1881. Gen. Wickham, of Virginia, has declined the Navy Portfolio. An English paper opposes the .re tention of Transvaal by England. On the 23d of December, the Chili an army was within 20vniles of Lima. Large crowds, principally of stu dents attacked the Jews of Berlin .on New Year's day. Thirty-six persons were wounded during the Senatorial elections in Cerra, Brazil, lately. The principal iron buoys were car ried from their moorings by the ice in New York harbor. The Union of Bolivia with Peru is to be decided by a vote of the De partmental Assemblies. Win. Perry, the Tipton Slasher, a noted pugilist, died from drink in London, on Christmas eve. A somnambulist, Sabel McLachlin, fell in a well during one of her night excursions at Halifax, N. S. The Chesapeake has been covered' with ice to that extent that vessels have been jammed therewith. It seems probable that the Missis sippi river appropr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 January 1881

A 'i'*. N. 0. Times. An item in a Nothbern paper Uy "It IL about time for the Southern popl to gait this grave-decoration, monumest buildnll, etc." An hundred nations gave their blood To feed those healtbhfi springs, Which bear the ass4 of Jaquea 3Mslmae With that ofBourbe khlngs; Of Danishb pluckl ad'ilor craft, Of tlIguensot will. Of Norman gram sad chivalry, And German's steady skill. And e'en the Aes that belched forth From Moultile's angry gnus, WaV but the protest hot of men, Whose alres were rebel sons. 'Thhey showed the spirit still did live That defiance at tyrant's harled. 'rhat fired the shot at Bunker 11i11, That echo.ed round the world. Why, then, ask us to forget, Our famnes, our shrines, our dead, Our ru ,turad14,s that feared naught to go. Whe're lhrdly leaders led ! a'rget ",' our SydIey .ohnston granird, Ill .lackson. ilnoble palhulin Or (i' her lenders of that land 'l'hnt, spralng from land of Aladdin ' lfu et the,' enl who foot to fxt, Witlh us did nobly stand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 January 1881

1 F. il ---- LE O JA$TBEMSII ... Editor and itnnineus ManseOr. BATON ROU~E., JAN. H, 1H1, 00CiTITU'TIOINS ID EXTRA a ct SESBiIOS, coni 'The airknvillle nlletin, referring wer to the tisnlussion with regard to an hon other couititftitial convention and V an extra Msieion of' the General As- rest trnemily, MpenhMs aii follows : hohl "' ltfrore looking to the remodeling ra13 of' our ('cu1stitution land the purging wot of ou1r ºiltt' of ll h' obn iboxiotls hlwn to l imbhodiehd in themn, let its put, in ioro e n the good pi's whiaih hiave' hen furn- the ishld its. First of till, hl its remove thi tih Sll tel I 'llait ii, a to lito n I lolge. tl , Inll Nevw i lrlicnsi god aiol honst hleg islltill, is Iliilup ' III, k i ii"l I(I ( altI 0. 11i Irlt jUit.l 4tt1"n li Vi' t ii MIl rimil l . loLo - 111io lhod ot lat ' l t , ti l (t!a 'i. d i'I eoilll{t I0;- a( ) plºc of Ihi. t'r'';r hle Pt vu(' not check fro' it will frtly ai dmiilit th hir ituability to we ido so. Tihl' footlpriints which ca...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 January 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. n Edward Witting has another adver tisement in to-day's paper, which will p prove of interest to the consumers of first-class groceries. d Washington Fire Company No. 1, on e last eventing, appointed a committee to r onfer with the other companies, fi with a view of making arrangementa for ti the annuat290 of February parade. u (Gov. Witz, we are pleased to state, I' hats appointed Dr. i. )Duchein, Coroner oif this parish to till the. vacancy caused hl the resignation of t)r. J.nes of Port i tlsn, The 'lltoI rnor could not have (rllllpoinrtd ito tlu' o'nºlhpetrint gtil-t tlentna of han i.s r. )chlo lho, n or oel , where they will g more general stislativ. (noie. Dodg th, mnor born, ('apt. wll(e knoassewd thrg this pcity, ounlndy, on (I Inns" of inspection it' thfe route of the li New )la'nl P'uriiir 'ail ay'. Own' ig toi hiir Shortlin . W we wlrt nt l th to y 1,'1 uiP with these gent'luinen. Nothing ilit ritc s to the location of the lic pte in this n ighborhood her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 January 1881

HONOR TO PAIRBNT. [The letter of Eugene Jung, denounc inug his mother, of which we published a fragment in last week's issue of The For eigu Press, has excited considerable newspaper comment and controversy in Paris. The scathing article written by the brilliant Albert Wolff for the Figaro, which we made the subject of a trans lation, has been answered with almost Seqtnl power in De Voltaire by "L'Holmme Masque." The write (tdoes not indulge on this occasion in fancy, poetry or sentiment, lint in iron fauts; anit his article is so terrible that we can only translate a small portion of it,-the reinl:inder being too Naturalistic.] ...... "Yonug man of the nineteenth centulry, if thy mother has been for thee a v isthle ine'mrnation upon earth of Vir toi andl Holori, of D)evotion and Love: if thy a'ait't op('lls to sweet lemlltlor'its of her, and cxhales the incense of tilial ad otr'ation; i thoul knowest of' nanllht in this 'wrld , more inectffably beautiful thain thy I0ot1er, uitoire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 January 1881

rxiuh ainhanlku Mr. Abel Patureau, a French resident, aged about fifty years, was found dead in his bed at Gottlieb's bakery on Tues day morning. The City Council will meet on Mon day next, when it is hoped the commit tee on the drainage of the lower part of the city, will be ready to make their final report. The residents of that por tion of the city have waited long and patiently for the promised relief. The last few days have brought now accessions of students at the University. Indeed, the University has now entered on the high road to permanent success. With its finances, as they are now, in good condition, added to the full corps of distinguished professors, the Institu tion must soon become an object of pride to the people of the State. A few days ago we had occasion to reproduce a complimentary notice from' one of the Shreveport papers, concern ing Rev. Joe! T. Daves, the Methodist minister who has been assigned to the Baton Rouge congregation. We are pleased to state that M...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 January 1881

"L'ANGE DELA OOi u ". N. Y. Herald. The faict seems to be that the star of Rochefort is waning before the rising glories of Louise Michel, the schoolmistress of Nonmea. This strange woman has again csaught the ear of the 1iekle Communists. She is reported to be a modern Joan of Are. She loves humanity. Her ear is al ways open to the cry of misery. A recent caricature has represented her as a red Sister of Mercy, armed with ia musket instead of a cross, and the symbol of Masonic fraternity instead of a rosary. She was born in 18.35, in the Haute-Marne. She studied history and discovered that each evil epoch it would have sufficed to sup press one man in order to save the country. Charlotte Corday, in as sassinating Marat hoped to save France. With the same object in view Louise Michel, while a school mistress at Montmartre, wished to kill Napoleon III. The idea was deeply fixed in her mind. She had her photograph taken, standing at a table with one hand resting on a death's head and ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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