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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 12 September 1860

CAIRROLLTOIN T - SUN: BY M. G. DAVIS: . ""o'  'SUNF' su ONIss FOR ALL." PUBLSAHE VOL III. CITY OA OF JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1860. NO 24. MISCELLAN US. BREECUIIE vs. PITi OATS. BY" WAINWRIGWHT, r 'Bet you two to one, you doit.' 'Bet you an even fifty w g pu in ten minutes'-' An oyvter sup abasket of champagne,'thatyou ar tified b: fore the evening is over,': claI ed, in rotation, three tas n re gentlemen, lounging on -House. the cr:ark hot leans, to a lfourthtr, who only in reply to their excited as The little group was .rema the individuality of each me ing so strongly marked as'to re noticeable. even amidst a crowd. Captain Ranger was the first s e dashing officer, who had seen s the Mexican war, at once the ugi most tascinating man in New Or iHe had sm ill dull eyes, thin brist knobbed temples, a iideous.sc the left cheek, incomparable inr unequalled tact, and an instinct" ception of the foibles and weakness of fkir sex, that rendered him at once the vy and the...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 12 September 1860

., e:; o ICisrP PAPER ",r "ff of Cam0elite., and of eth Pa PAi8J OF JEFFERSON. ; ; ;". JUBIB$[HED Ef $Fdn4day and Saturday, I bC fOlOUrd~tin,Parish of Jefferson,La., "r . G. . DVI. blteene' Sec6nd ald rthe etroets. of the Newspaper a the "Jarrollton Snn" will begin " , aun 'Ctant : it will be printed ts on type and fair paper, and J bsc attee dotters per volume . f 1.-s imbqts .for before the close of If a for IN ADVANCE, or before of the $r4 half-volume of 52 num dollare wil be received for the entire but if not paiddbefore the end of the . lll vo t oef i04 nnumbers, asi dollars will, in all- oI nstances, be regaird. ibabMrittera-AaIi be received for a less term tas the volume, nless paid for IN ADvANCE and so~ d at the time ; the paper will not be dlAi~ nued nitil allarrearates are settled, manlemb, ublisher Ihould choose to do so. 'i of /avertit n t All AdvatZMa eetawill be charged *1 (one dollar, prIq are of T1r31 Ot LESS, for the first rad c~ ents for each sbsequent insertion...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 12 September 1860

Fatal Rashness.-A young marn nam ed John Purden, of Queenstown, C. WV., made an attempt to swim across Niagara river, from Lewiston to Queepstown, on the 22d inst.,and was found drowned. The river at that point is about three fourths ofa mile wide, the current is strong but smooth and deep. He had accom plished half the distance when he sunk. Parties immediately started from both sides of the river to search for the body, but our informant learns that their exertions have so far been unsucceasful. Leander cross ed the Hellespont, and so did Byron, but John Purden found Niagara too much for him.-Lockport Advertiser. 17 Some influential Israelites of Amsterdam have had their heartetouch ed by the stories of the Bfferings 'which the Christians in Syria hay~ been obliged to undergo, and they have start ed a subscription for their relief. The amount which they may raise Will be entrusted to Sir Moses MontQfipE, of London. B The entertainments "Baron Renfrew" is to be treated in New York ...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 12 September 1860

4 Frank W eL' SaloonandRestaurant, S B. A'.ROO.t, B- ooi, P ql Gallery and Bath-House, LA&Ia m,. CA'1OLLTOr & LAKE RAILROAD. R41C RODER would respectfully in his friends and old gastonera, and "tbtht >lie at large in general, that he has given his blishmpnt, at the Lake End of "the Ga n anJefferson Railroad, a thor ough. in ow prepared to receive all ay.rr ahim with their patronage. om, Will Ie as usual supplied with I * .of Wines and Liquors. can be accbmmodated at his Res. Ith all kindsof FISH, CRABS, etc, : _ll a market safords, and of the best ' a·d style. Psto Gallery and Bath House are in C complete order for visitors. Thi Road along the Lake Shore from the Shel le is Restaurant, having been put in pair. A P lavwhb may widsh to take a Buggy ride, will'lg it very convenient to call at his Be as hae has thi best horse stand on e Hoping to see his friends and the public, i endeavor to give them general satis- ] " .. ", t 4 mh24.9m S. W. SLATER, ; hook-Binader and ...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 15 September 1860

C ARO RLLTO(N - SC Ia " BY MI. G. DAVIS: I F PUBL EJ VOL III CITY i CARROLLTNl', A RI OF JEFFERSON, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1860. NO. 25. MISCELLANEOUS. THE VIFE'M RUBE. "Dl)on't situp for me to nightBertha," said Phillip G rahiam, one'pl ter eveninig as he went to best - ing kiss upon his wife's lips., "I h e engaged to take Mrs. Mortimer and Helen to the opera to-night, and m4a. return late.'' "To hear Vestilli! Oh, ful ! I had forgotten th sing to-night. Wlihy may I' your party ?" "You might Se but I-really, you go so I 1 did not mention it to thorn, and-'";;. "Never mind; I can go so time, I dare say-" "Oh, yes to-morrow nigh u. like." "Very well, that will do." "Good night, then, my loR. with another kiss Blertha was left a "Dear, handsome fellow !" she a ed throwing herself down in the low, lounging c(hair by the firesides; segoo4 and kind ! if lie only didn't care sd for society : and iif that gay widoeR her hold daughter would Ict hlim alo 'I'he third evening this week ...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 15 September 1860

TJ{I3 SUIS rggg PFAPER hr the Uity o. Carrollton, and of tahe . 'AIdUii OF JEFFEItSON. S PUBLISHED " E ry. Itdnesday and Saturday, Soth 1l4 artoltbn,Parishof Jefferson, La., ' By p[. Q. DAVIS. Oficion Dub , Second and Burthe srectLs. d wspaper: voxkl "Caft)lton Sn" will begin Von instant: it will be printed as . good type and fair paper, and hera at fim dollars per volume of rs, if paid for before the close of it paid for IN ADVANCE, or before tb the first half.volume of 52 num-nt S lrswil be received for the entire if not paid before the end of the of 104 numbers, six dollars will, in afl iusteat*55, be requird. No SubuOAttfl will be receive for a less term than th qo, unless paid for IN ADVANCE and so the time; the paper will not be d untilallarreatuges are settled, unless t bliher ould choose to do so. ot AdlvertLtin5 All Advertis ts will be barged 1 (one dolla per a of TEN LIP S 01 LESS, for the 6 'end cents each subsequent insertion. o mation personal matters, if admit d, be su...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 15 September 1860

Third Justice'a Courtg CITr OF CALROLLTON, Sept. 13, 1860. JOHN ). KiAMPElR, Justice : The case ofJA MEs BRoo0 S, charged with assault and battery by C. DEIBEL, was called for pn ination this mlorning at I0 o'clock. fter a patient hearing of all the testirhony brought forward, and the opinions of counsel, the Judge commnitted the accused to the Third ]District Court' for trial. iiond fixed at $250. t17 Among the curiosities discovered by the census takers, is a pretty little girl of fifteen, in the southern part of Monson, New York, who has a husband 10)7 years of age. [O F FI41AL. ] Carrollton Conil Proceedings. V f:nDf:,nAr, October 19, 1859. Pjcsi;N'r : - lion. A. S. Ferth or. Al ssis LF. Fliser, (G. Ithookcs, G. IHegrl .1. R1. Ilutchisn, \VWll. Mayo, J. Davenpgrt F. `cthurle and II. I. (4ogreve-9. On moition of IMr. (ogreve, seconded by .Mr. Fisclher, the ( clllil proceeded to determine by lot aimioig themselves in accordance with Section 2 of the t to incorporiate the ('ity of ...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 15 September 1860

Saloon andR0B estaurant, BA4tR ROOIM, -° gGaleriJ. and Bath-House, AJIROLLI'OrN & LAS! RAILROAD. ODER would respectfully in S' friends and old customers, and a large in general, that he has ent,at the Lake End of ' it na Jefferson Railroad, a thor now prepared to receive all nay t him with their patronage. om, wilbe as usual supplied with bf Wines and Liquors. s can be accommodated, at his Res. ith all kinds of FISH, CRABS, etc, Smarket affords, and of the beat ;sd styje. istol Gallery and Bath House are in e ordq for *Itors. Road aloing the Lake Shore from the to his Restaurant, having been put to " Aira. w wish to take a Bug ride, Ad itvery tvanlent to call at ouse .has the best horse stand on sake to see his friends and the public, endeavor to give them general satis= . mh24.9m '"= 1 . W. SLATER, k-Binder and Blank Book alýf,ý ~Zaaksanta'etwawareý r x o. 2 No. 23 COMMERCIAL PLACE, NEW ORLEANS. pMusic bound is ever style-Periodicals hlets,Magaziiies an ewspapers bound rder. SB...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 19 September 1860

.1 . f t ... t !a Mý. .. Tc K4 rO [ r T8_ -~ Tf. :. r."...c'~ 7. .. . -.5 SUN ilk $. Y H. G. DAVIS: . \ , . , ' S .I:- (Il \LL.~ PU VOL- .... CITY O ARROLLTON, PARI.jOF JEFFERSON, LA,,; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1860. MISC ELANEOUS. I hn o GROWING OL. .My days pass pleasantly awe;, My nights are blest with t sleep; " I feel no symptous of deday; I have no cause to mourn nor weep,. My foes are impotent and shy; My friends are neither false nor poid, And yet, of late, I often sigh- :, I'm growing "?0! growing talk of olden iai - em y growing thirst for.ear a ý- rowipo- lovea of easy y growing nato of crowds a SMy growing f. y-of taking ,All whisper in the plaiuest voic I'm growing old! I'm growing fonder of my s . - P I'm growing dimmer in the d'm growing fainter in my latu Pm growing deeper in my Sg I'm growing careless of my dress I'm growing frugal of my gold; I'm growing wise; I'm growing-ye I'm growing old! I see it in my changing taste; I see it in my changing hair...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 19 September 1860

wensba nd fai lume e he cToe of ,o before d Of 5f num the entire e end of the re will, in .less term ADVANCE will not settled, advance of or for a to the o ess) one : i~maiths. 00......$1 00 06...... 18 00 0 0 00 00 8... 1 00 00 * Y. @ -iIj mber, 19 186 P ythe 1Oth d toall t gi eeting of th Council, to take pla.o E hour, at their Hall o>i eta et. Our.teade ? 8 ion of thisl r a call for' ubiko etin otpall persons in' fvor of true tional Democracy and hen 'A. ouglas.-.Th masses are beginning iD 'to move, and will give a full vote o in t he day of tlfe election. a by the stprm of Sat ,ay reater at the Lake a - Ik the one of Agust ; a number of oattle landed from the steamer A. G. c Brown upon the railroad and pier, were , washed off and drowned; the bath- 4 , house of Mr. Roder swept off; Ilickok's Ih pistol gallery blown down; the road , ' between 'te railroad and the new canal r nearly destroyed, and other damage t I sustained by many p.rsons along the shore of the Lake. I Ameri...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 19 September 1860

S IGULAR EKTII ' WEDNESDAY, dctober t9. PaRESEN :.-- Hotr. A. S. Firt Meyor, esers F. Fislher, G Bilookes, G. Herrle. 'R. Hutchii n, . Mayo, J. Davenport Schuler H ogreve-9. n'motiooo r. Gogreve, Aeconde4 M. Fi hor, the Council proceed c determie by lot among themselve9 0 ccordaice with Section 2 of a ct t ch4 of tem sh 1 o te first d [onday in Octoljer Fr pieces lof paper marke nL d four pees imarked 'short' t pla. in a hat by he Secretar te mbrs each y outas c , t 'understanding j Sout o drew the pa er rked ' re to retire from the Council on t first Monday in tl 0 ober, 1860; apd those who drew the ' e.'s marked dong' are to continue t unbilmen- 'until the election on p firsMonday in October, 1861. fIess . Fischer, Davenport, Schuler o, drew. each a paper marked n d Messrs. Herrle, Hutchison, t and Gogreve drew each a n paper hort.' President thereupou declared Herrle, Hutchison, Grogre e kes duly chosen for the short l 4jMessrs. Fischer, I)avenportt Schuler, duly chosen Eor t...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 19 September 1860

nanquO.tau I 1R ROOM, Pisiol Gallery u*i BatJ-louse, -T .AKs EN R CAntROL La s AILRO4. S"ji !AN!K RODER weld respectfully i1 - orzngji frbn s and old customers, ada ", p.e "ubadiat lar in general, that 'he has ven ltblishiht, at the Lake End of . the' lri a Jefferson Railroad, a thor S oghb toving, aw prepared to receive 1ll thbae who may favor him with their patronage. His Bar-room, will be as.usualsupplied w4it the best of Wines and IAqdorsa Parties can be acco miweated at his R : trafrant,with all kinds of F Z., CRABS, which the market afford,4nd of the b '.lieatty and style. ,- R Pistol Gallery and bPth House are te order for visitorat g Road along the Lake Shoqe mnt d to IRestautaIW hay leWe 1pairs. who may wish to take e, ad it very convenient to call ouse ti. s the best horse stand on the Lake Hoping to see his friends and the public, e h' Qedeavor to give tsem general satis - mb24.9m "t~r;S. W . SLATER, 14.5k-BInd~andBl1ank Book Aý 3 ..2. No. \; M OMMERCIAL PLACE, - NEW ORLE...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 22 September 1860

r. , ] 'L . L l TM il lIl "THE 'SUN SHINES FOR AL" f. P_ - - -L_. O-. CITLSUA D ER 22I860 N 4LA ANEOUSb The Drees-NWaker's Story. ;you had gone one hot afternoon fi ,July, into Madame Lalande's fash le dress-making establishment in : r Broadway, you would have seen. 9 e.corner of the work-room, a pale young girl, almost hidden beneath .b unces of lavender silk which ht trimming. It was Margareot. youngest girl among the te, room. She , was rightly isoi 1 -ith - r herekin Ii whheir h b1 u.eyes -a G uspareht ih madoed'ethirik : so~me; How tired she fl' Io4edOse with her brows :ihairtwe1off 'her fair, pale brow, andh tta!fingersnervouslyadjusting "tl.long lines of fringe. She made you t':.ttltk of some plant that has lost all ::ýtrength and color in the shade and the close room, and that pines fgr the suni 9 and the brezy air of the garden. l Margaret was an orphan. Her parents ap : had lost their little all in the financia a crisis -of 1857, and died in the har winter which fo...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 22 September 1860

Of the city of Carrelltos, and of the . e PARISH OF JEFFERSON. PUBLISED . - Every Wednesday amnd Sat y, In c tyoarrollton,Parib I'Jftarson,L., By j. G. DAVI. Q Is, beso ,eSecond and turdt strq , s T a of NewspaPer r biUMi .1I, of the ollton Sun" will begin on the 23d June, ant: It will be printed as heretofore, on good type and fair paper, and issued to Subscribers at Jive doUar per volume o. f 104 numbers, if paid or before the close of "he volume ; if paid for L g ADVANCE, or before * tbe alore of the first half-volbe of 52 num ersdour dollars wil be received for the entire me; but ifnot paid before the end of the ,+ in+lnme of 104 numbers, sf£ dollars will, in oem, be requird. ne will be receiye. or aless term me, unless p.id for 1 ADVAsNe tt.,o the ti oj . .e papS0.. S' Mtinued until allareO.rages ate , lis'he publisher should choose to O ." B 0ates of Adv0ert0i0nld S All h6dsttisements will be charged $1 (onblaý lar, per .areofEN LINES OR LE8S, for0. e first gE flt subject...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 22 September 1860

Death ofLallah Rhook. . trai 2 elephant attached to Dan se's pth show, died in an interior t& in mI .diana on Tuesday last, after an illness o of several days. It was supposed that the she had been poisoned, but it is the S opinion of Mr. Noyce, the gentleman Pe' who kept her and took charge of her when in the ring, that she died of lung . fever. H. L. U[l The uniform of the police of E. Philadelphia consists of blue frock coat, blue pants for the reserve, and blue frock and dark' ay pants for the or- J dinary forcei-. the legs of the W1 ,pants of the-rhsee will be a buff cord and a black -,!.in inch and a quar- A. ter wide, dottthe legs of the gray pants. The ~p's will be of blue cloth, Je with silver wreath over the shade, within which the number of the wearer shall be placed. F. 1' A gray-headed old Scotch mer chant had made a fortune and was living on his means in Sicily, but the fever of fighting is catching, and he could not oy resist its influence. At \l clazzo, to use ye...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 22 September 1860

Frank Roder's Saloon andlestaurant, B.4R ROO.M, Pistol Gallery and B"a -+ se, LAKa Eiw, CARROLLTOIr & LAz RA1LROAD. NK RODER would repec~ifully in his friends and old qustome u at tarl in generalj'tbat h s tablishtigtat the Lake End of a ton an efferson Railroad, a thor o renovating, lw prepared to receive all tbose'ho may favor him with their patronage. His Bar-oom, will he as usualsupplied with Sthe bestof Wines and Liquors. " Parties can be accommodated. it his Res. taurant,with all kinds of FISH.,CRA BS, etc,. w)eh.h the market affords, fnd of the best trljitfand style. HfiPlisol Gallery and Pith Hoase are in acclte order for visitors. ":. oad along the Lake' aShore ,fg the Shellreitsi to his Restaurant, having "biAs put in complete repairs. Parties who may wish to take a Buggy ride, will find itvery convenient to call at l"s house as he has the best horse stand'"o, fhe Lake SShore. *U Hoping to see his friendsand the public, h& wilt' endeavor to give them general sati...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 26 September 1860

* .: C RA.0 II; 0 LT0 BY M. G. DAVIS: , "TIIE 'SUN' SINES POR ALL." PUBLISHIEIR. VOL, U. CITY OF CARROLL .N, P RISH OF JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1860. NO. 28, MISCEL LANEOUS. ,From the Flag of our Union.) A B E N C CE.-BY SUSAN iH. BLAISDELL. Tread lightly o'er the threshold, for a hush Deep and unbroken rests upon the air, And o'er the hearts, broods, with its shadowy wing, A silent sense of gr' ~. There seems to dwell V,. A touch of sadnes even in the light That streams through yonder casement; and the bird In his gay cage, once wreathed with flowers, that now Withered and pale droop round the rusting wires, Ceases his song, as listening for a step That comes no more. There was a voice of old That woke a peal of music through these shades A glance of eyes that mocked the mid night stars A sound of laughter that rung out awhile, And then sunk down to silence. Such hath been And it hath vanished, while the heart retains Only a love-frought vision of the form: That pas...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 26 September 1860

OFFICIAL PAPER lOf the Oity of Carrollton, and of the PARISH OF JEFFERSON. * PUBLISHED 7 Every Wednesday and Satur4ay, In theCity of Carroll4on,Parih of Jefferson,La., By 35. G. DAVIS. * sJ pDublin,tketzoeef Second and Barths streetM m of te Newspapblr z VOL*ik 171 ·iof the "Carrollton Sun" will begin ot'-thod June, l4ant : it will be printed as heretie, on good type and fair paper, and lsueo Subscribers at fie dolare per volume of 104 numbers, if paid for before the close of the  volume; If paid for IN ADVANCE, or before .the..close of the first half-volme of 52 num bers, four dollars wi1 be receIved fis.4e entire volume; but if not paid before the end of the -'full volume of 104 numbers, sie dollars wll, in Sall instances, -be requird. lto SubsWrlption will be receive4 for a less term - hanth-vo^lume, unless pallaor rN ADvA-CE nd o stated at the time; the paper willnot e dlsjeontinuedl ntil allarrearages are settled, unless the publisher should choose to do so. RBaes of Adwerd...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 26 September 1860

he held the will up above ad,h thumb still resting upon thi seal, sa said, in a solemn, measured to:e: 'Now. sir, upon your solemnoath, 4 saw the testator sign that wlll; he sign ed -it in his bed: at his request you, signed it, as a subscribing witness : you saw him seal it ; it was w:th red wax he sealed it ; a piece of one, two, three or four inches long; he lit that wax with a piece of candle which you procured for him from a cupboard; you lt that candle by a match which you found on the mantle shelf ?' 'I did ?' "Once more, sir; upon your solemn 'ath, you did ?' 'I did !' 'My Lord- -;V afer !' [0 I~ CIA L.] 0ARROLLTON COUNCIL. REGULAR MEETING. WEDNESDAY, September 19, 1860. Present: Hon. A. S. Ferth, Mayor -and Messrs. J. Davenport, F. Fischer, Charles Englemau, G. Herrle and F. Schuler. Absent-: Messrs. J. R. Ilutchison, William Mayo and George Brookes. The minutes f August :22nd and Sep tember 5th, were read and approved. Treasurer Kern's Report for two weeks ending Septemb...

Publication Title: Carrollton Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 26 September 1860

Frank Roder's Saloon and1estauramt, Pistol Gal ery and Bath-Touse, LAXJJ ND, CARL OLLTO0N& Lx RAU.ILROAD. ANK RODER would respectfu L forw.his friends and old custome the e at large in general, that be as is establishment, at the Lake End of tl lton and Jefferson Railroad, a thor ough ating, is now prepared to receive all those o may favor him with their patronage. His Bar-room, will be as usual supplied with the best of Wines and Liquors. Parties can be accommodated at his Res 'taurantwith all kinds of FISH, CRABS, etc, which the market affordi, and of the best quality and style. " His lstol*Gallery and "Bath House are in completeordez for visitore.;L . " The Road along the Laeke oi the Shellroad to his Restaurant, having been put in corplete repairs. Parties who may wish to take a Buggy ride, will find it very convenient to call at his house as he has the best horse stand on the Lake 'Sore., Hoping to seq- his friends and the public, he will endeav*r to give them general sa...

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