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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 14 July 1860

SCARR, O LTUN M. G. DAVIS: i 'SUN' SIIINES FOR ALL." PUBLISH . . OL III. CITY F JEFFERSON, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1860, N(Q 7. Youth. BY G. W. CROWELL. How oft in youth's bright gilded hours, When first its warm pulsations beat, It lingered fond 'mid earthly flowers; And turning then with wayward feet, It treads the path where dangers lie; ,Where fame its phantoms .smile and rise Advancing oft as oft to fly, That shine to lure, and lurI Its visions sweep through years, And crowns a life with its soul unscathed by ch And fancies rare its hepe It builds its castles towering And peoples them with spir `'heir turrets pierce the bending Enthroned upon the viewless au. It lays bright plans for future lif It scans their course and be well; Its heart beats high for eager strlfe Its mind on deeds of daring dwe0 . longs for war, the tented field; iThe cannon's roar is music sweet; The strength of arm the sword to wield, The nerve of soul the foe to meet. In senate halls it proud would stan...

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. — 14 July 1860

,  ,, wpexIAL PAwmPE of t City or carmloumt , end of the PARISH OF JEFERSON. PUBLISHD .every Wednesday and Saturday, b t Cltytof Carrollton,Parish of Jeferson,La., By X. G. DAVIS. ,Ocs ao Dtbtin, beoreen Second and Bautlhe saeets. * eitms of the lewaspaper i VOLJlt IM, of the "Carpllton Sun" will begin on the 3d June, instant: it *111 be printed as 4 rt , on good type and fair paper, and ubscribers at ive dollars per volume dft- 04 numbers, if paid for before the close of th. volume ; paid for IN ADVANCE, or before the ose t4'e first half-volume of 52 num be a wil be received for the entire t if not paid before the end of the S _gJt.04 numbers, siz dollars will, in rwequird. N1 oi l l be received for a less term olume, unless paid for IN ADVANCE d at the time; the paper will not ned until allarrearages are settled, publisher should choose to do so. tea of Advertisiag AlI l'a will be charged $1 (one dollar) p of TEN LINES OR LESS,, for the first, an ~eents for each subsequent inser...

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. — 14 July 1860

(Extraots from a New York Letter.[ The Girat Eastern, etc., etc. "Well tcie Great Eastern,about which so ,chhasbeen writtenfor two years past,. h ere, alongside our docks, for it takes t~he end of three docks to hold her. ]er average time out was 300 miles a - * met' with no accidents, and a1 safely-intwelve days. I saw cmr comne dbw and make fast to our and can truly say; she is a won the wonder of the world, in that a credit to any nation--a glory to people. Well may England be Sroud of her. Poor Noah he has been eclipsed. She is 680 feet long, 83 wide, 60 deep, 22,500 tons burthen: principal 'aloons 400 feet long ; carries 19,000 tons cargo; has four decks, five masts and four pipes or chimneys, and can eqcommodate 4,000 passengers; stands 27 feet under water, and has a crew of 440 men. To-day sheopens for visitors at $1 each. Our great Hudson riv steamboats look like babies besid gian(, alongside of her. Three c for the "Great .astern." "There has been an immense ib_ tion of w...

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. — 14 July 1860

Frank oder' Saloon ana Restaurant, B4 ROOM, Piato Gallery and Bath-House, LUxa END, CARROLLTroN & LAEs RAILROAD. I RANK RODER would respectfully in l form his friends and old customers, and . -public at large in general, that he has .grne his establishment, at the Lake End of the Uarrollton and Jefferson Railroad, a thor ough renogatlng, is now prepared to receive all sewh o'ay favor him with their patronage. His Baroom, will be as usual supplied with ; the best of Wines and Liquors. Parties can ,be accommodated at his Res.  taurant, ;i g kinds of FISH, CRABS, etc, which e'&rket affords, and of the best ; s ýol ry and Bath House are in S:co  r for visitors. along the Lake Shore from the roýif is Restaurant, having been put et repairs. arties 0 may wish to take a Buggy ride, Will! ry convenient to call at his house as 1 the best horse stand on the Lake Shore. Hoping to see his friends and the public, hill endeavor to give them general satis fatlion. m1h24.9m S. W. SLATE...

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. — 18 July 1860

., CARROLLTONIS :T""E g iN BY M. G. D)AVIS: "TIIr 'SUN' rHINFS FORn ALL." P SE VOL III. CITY OF F JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1860. NO. 8. [OFFICIAL.] POLICE JURY-PARISH OF JEFFERSON, LEFT BANK. EXTRA SITTIN ()of .JtiLv 9th. 180. The Board amet this day pursuant to adjournment. Present the Ilon. Vin. Mithoff, AlMes srs. Levy, J. Miller, L. C. Perret, R. L. Preston, Win. F'ish and N. Betz. The minutes of the Iast niceti g_ were read, and on motion of MIr. Ir ton, were amended by inserting: approval of the securities offer' the different ( leers. Mr. Prestot on behllf of the Co mittee to whom was referred the pe tion asking for a night-police offer the following: The Committee to whom was referre the subject of a Police Law, most re pectfully submit the following for t approval of the Jury. Be it Ordained, i tc., That all whi male residents of the Left Bank of Parish, above the age of twenty. and under the ago of forty-five ye <shall be subject to patrol duty wh 'ordered...

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. — 18 July 1860

.' O ICIAL PAPEB ti te Cai *Oarrellton, ardl of the S P OF JEFFERSON. PUBLISHED -:Eery Wednesday and Saturday, -I tbh Olt of Oarrollton,Parlsh of Jefferson,La., By M. G. DAVIS. 'OJst on Dublin, between Second and Btrthe streets. Termas of the Newspaper b VOLTME mIl, of the "Carrollton Sun" will begin son the 23d June, instant: it will be printed as heretofore, on good type and fair paper, and . isned to Subscribers at tiE dollars 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-volume of 52 num bers, four dollars wit be received for the entire volume; but if not paid before the end of the full volne of 104 numbers, siz dollars will, in all instances, be requird. '0o Subscripton will be received for a less term ~tina the volqe. unless paid for IN ADVANCE S ostate at the time; the paper will not ned until all arrearages are settled, ~is publisher should choose to do so. tes of Advertising : Avertlpeme...

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. — 18 July 1860

W On Saturday afternoon, the 7th instant, the train from Philadelphia to New York ran into a cow, throwing the engine ~int a field, andi two of the passenger cars off the trck. A fireman was killed, and the leg of the engineer broken. Great excitement existed amn~g the passengers, but none of theni were hurt. .1'" Mr. Bowman announces in the last number of the Constitution news paper that he has disposed of his pro prietary interest in that journal to WVil liam MI. Browne, Esq., for some time past its associate edi+or, who thus be comes sole editor a:. proprietor of the paper. re When the body of Mrs. S. H. Williams, of Memphis, one of the vic tims of the steamer Ben Lewis disaster, was recovered, it was found that it had been robbed of a considerable amount of jewelry, and one of the fingers been much lacerated by the f,:r efforts of the murderous pirates to off a-gold plain ring which fitted ver closely. F'" A desperate fracas took place at Toronto, on Sunday, the 1st, between, th...

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. — 18 July 1860

1" k Rode 1"S v0 iloon ae t ntaurant, " BEAR ROOJf, Pistol Gallery and'atthHottse, LAKE END, CARROLLTON & LAKE RAILROAD. -+ F RANK RODER would respectfully in .! form his friends and old customers, and hp public at large in general, that he has '".ven his establishment, at the Lake End of h UGarollton and Jefferson Railroad, a thor ough renovating, is now prepared to receive all those who 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. taurant,with all kinds of FISH, CRABS, etc, which the market affords, and of the best ality and style. is Pistol Gitlery and Bath House are' in order'ibr visitors. S..Road along the Lake Shore from the Shiel 'ttdt his Restaurant, having been put in ~ plete repairs. 0!: lrties abo may wish t' take a Baggy ride, "find 4 tery conveniwnt to call at his house : .p the best horse stand on the Lake e. 'Hoping to see his friends and the public, 'bl...

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. — 21 July 1860

BY M. G. DAVIS: " "'TH- 'SUN' SHINES FOR ALL." IPUIBSIIER. VOL III. CITY OF 0 JEFFERSON, LA, SATURDAY, JULY21, 1860. NO. 9. The Atlantie Cable.. We understand (stys the N. 0 Picav une,) that Capt. Kell, the agent of the Atlantic Telegr:ipl Company, wha was sent out to take up the Newfoundland end of the cable, has succeeded in raising a portion of it, after some weeks of labor. and has discovered a serious detect it, .caused by its resting and chafing on e of sharp rocks, over which ' it , a mile or two from Bay of u.m, Trinity Bay. Ii is Capt. Kell's i . tion to take up as much of the cab is possib', and land it at New Perlican, 'making.t, ,A its future terminus, in,"se the undertaking to bring it into wo order should prove successful. AprQpos of the cable, we read in the London Times the following report, by' which it appears, that in legal point of fact, it has been judicially settled that the cable was laid t In the Court of Queen's. Bench, on Tuesday, Mr. Paterson, a Glasgow me...

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. — 21 July 1860

'Wwxes1AL PAman 4 s y Oef WOmrru S , std i f S He PA3i81I OP JEPRFEBBSON. - PUBLIMsHD `'3' 4ry Wednesday and Saturday, 4 ro.t  errollton,Parish of Jeferson,La., S.:'. o. DA.Vz,. tsa, asesa econd and Barsla mtro.. y ti r he-f Newspaper a fl)131 mi. of th" Carrollton Sun" will begin S the 23d June, instant : it will be printed as ;. on ood type and fair paper and 4 .. b rplen at jiM doUar. per volume " monbe, Ifpaid for befre the close of S- patdfor IN ADVANCE, or before of the frst half-volume f nam dollars wit be received fo"'th. entire . lat ift not paid before.tle and of the olume of 104 numbers, es dollars will, in f au,) )a requird. bsrtiPU g be received for a ees term S . t vedt, unless paid for IN ADVANCE atd t the time ; the paper wmi ot mtined-until all arrearages are settled, publisher should choose to do so. *sg. t Advertisag a nt. will be charged $1 (one dollar) ito for each subsequent insertion. on prsonal matters, if admit. ubjet to DOUB.E the above rates, { " by1...

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. — 21 July 1860

STA'E oi LOUISIANA, PABUIG OP JEFFERSON. Tird Jutice's Court, City Carrollton To oneaid j't t h fllowing na-.ed persons, Greeting : Ton are hereby summoned to appear before the ulersigned, Justice of tste Peace, within twenty days xt following the date of this advertise meat, to answer the demand made agelsst you •b the Mayor and Council of the City of Car •dllton, for your liabilities for taxes, in the sov sl sums as named below for the year 185,. by the action of law this advertisement is the Omly citation required. *WYams my hand, this 21stday of July, 1860. JOHN D. KAMPER, Justice of the Peace. Pnit No. Names. Dls.Cts. 1. Alexander, Rosine, f. w. c.15 00 2. Arnault, Marie L., f. w. c.10 00 3. Alexander, Jules, f. m. c.. 5 50 4. Alexander, Mrs. E ...... 4 20 &. Augustin, D. f. m. c....... 1 60 6. Augustin, J.............. 1 40 7. Antrodine, W. L......... 45 8. 4rnault, J. B. G......... 30 9. Augustine' Oharelon & oth ers................... 1 15 10. Bandit, Seraphine.......

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. — 21 July 1860

reston on b oin to whomwas rd tt Sora ia ; submit the for the ova of the Ju :', (rdaied, tm a hite .o the Ba dnk-of the "` the age . -t~eny-oane 'oe andsec the tic, ,e ,ase Sided, an Ly rson. form patrol uty sh t er person m ebfb º elect e tosbe t~~i the a~od ion o1 of the J di woust g 0o ,d s -each ht tse, of i th nlttee and SWeekly to said lo ua,~j y anee a, aof fifty 'montheh, whose tor patrol luty she tJLph art  qhe tion mo.y etolr ao oet tor-a .o me. , o n uret ....a.s h e Pohe ,:, dio.e , .qtr t lo o es the Syndie nh ust r s fothe .. `tte- ,a o~e ort patrol ebs i:t ll Polr sc as r e ' ree $tia. .4 .'' '. shall powe a eet without toner" over- l ' Tef dball`eliveS. . " .a yew? be: entitle i f .**d deiey of each. s aves wiich they may arrett. :rfi oicseer or employer no e .within th~a limits of t.he Sthey sshall deliver . in th,,e all and 11 be entitled to three S($3,),forr each ,apd every such Srri d de~ivery. Tealt s l, 9, 40, It and 19, of ithe rdto eregooncern atrole s...

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. — 25 July 1860

C .A., ROLLTO ~ BY M. G. DAVIS: - "«Tr 's N' HIES 4l Ir .UBLISHER. VOL, III. OCTY OF C P JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 25,1860. NO. 10. [O FICIAL.] CARROLLTON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, July 17, 1860. The Council was specially gorvened this day at 7 o'clock,' .).by order of the Mayor in diordanoe with Rule 37. Present: Hon. A. S. Ferth - and Messrs. J. Davenport, F' F. Schuler, C. Engleman and G Absent: Messrs. J. R. Hute Brookes and Wm. Maya, The President stated, oº6 the meeting. A letter was read from *he C trollel in relation to the examinati his books, and disclaiming all inte of disrespect to the Council in ref to have his Books and papers examin On motion the letter was received. Mr. Mayo appeared and took his sea A motion of Mr. Schuler to fine M Porter ten dollars for refusing the Com mittee to take and examine his Books, was carried. A motion of Mr. Fischer, seconded by Mr. Davenport, that Mr. Porter apologize in the Official Journal to the Council for refusing an exa...

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. — 25 July 1860

THE SThN: OIPICIAL PAPER Afaite City of Carrollton, and of the PARISH OF JEFFERSON. PUBLISM4SD Every Wednesday and Saturday, In the City of CarrolliOn,Parish of Jeffe rson, La., By 3M. G. DAVIS. SOJ5e on Dublin, between Second and Ilurthe streets. Terms of the Newspaper: VOLJMx 111, of the "Carrollton Hun" will begin on the 23d June, instant : it will be printed as heretofore, on good type aind fair paper, and issued to Subscribers at five dollars 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-volume of 52 num bers, four dollars wil be received for the entire volume; but if ndt paid before the end of the full volume of 104 numbers, six dollars will, in all Instances, be requird. No 8fbscriptlon will be received for a less term than the volume, unless paid for IN ADVANCE and so stated at the time; the paper will not be discontinued until all arrearages are settled, * unless the publisher should ...

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. — 25 July 1860

The Great Hoosic Tunnel-The last Railroad Journal furnishes the following latest intelligesm of this mammoth undertaking: The dista~ to be cut through the mountain for 1t1 Hoesio Tunnel is four miles and a half, and the material to be cut through is hard mica slate, inter mingled with quartz. The height of the tunnel is to be eighteen feet, its width fourteen. The work gets on slowly; the rate of advance is only two and a half feet a day. On the 31st of May the workmen had reached just one thousand six hun dred and eighty-three feet into the mountain, from the east end. The dis-, tance made on the west side is about eight hundred feet. Three miles and a half of solid rock yet lie between the workmen on the east side and those on the west side. As the work is now done by blasting, (not boring,) it will require at least ten or twelve iar to finish the tunnel, unless, and more perfect machine ijs brought to bear on the w4(k. are now eighty workmen eng and day, working in gangs, , each ...

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. — 25 July 1860

WASkING KACHIES8. The public are respectfully invited to examine and "4 . witness in operation, THE "TOLIIURST" PATENT SealPSfJl W.ASUI R. The undersigned, poaessing the sole right of disposing of the above Machines throughout the parishes of Jefferson and St. Charles, prefers giving a practical demonstration of their superior merits, rather than extolling them over every other appa-j ratus used heretofore for the purposes of washing. No one having witnessed the Machine in operation, having failed to order one of them. The Proprietor invites parties to bring with them some pieces of soiled wearing apparel or other arti cles, and he will take pleasure in washing them in their presence, thereby showing them the superior qualities of the Machine-and also the ease and fa. cility with which the service is performed with but a small amount of labor. 8. PURSELL, Proprietor, fe25-69 Cor. Second A. Dublin sts., Carrollton Family Grocery and Variety Store. MAX LINTiNGER, 003ER OF LEVEE AND J...

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. — 28 July 1860

C ARR O OLL 'TO : BY M. G. DAVIS: THE SUN' S1S FOR AL,." . - "U LlSIIE . VOL, III. oITY OF CARR JEFFERSONLA., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1860. NO. 11. MISCELLANEOUS. The Tides.-B-y wtLLzAM cULLEN LIlYANT. The moon is at her full, and, riding high, Floods the calm fields with light, The airs that hover in the summcr Are all asleep to-night. There comes no voice fr-m round That murmured all the day;   Beneath the shadow of their boughs Is not more still than they. But ever heaves fnd moans the resa' His rising tides I h,ear, Afar I see the glimmering billo  ,; I see them breaking near. Each wave springs upward, climbig towards fair Pure light that sits on high Springs eagerly, and faintly sinks to where The mother waters lie. Upward again it swells; the moonbeams show, Again, its glimmering crest; Again it feels the fatal weight below, And sinks, but not to rest. Again and yet again; until the Deep Recalls his rooad of waves; And, with a sullen moan, abashed, they creep Back to his inner...

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. — 28 July 1860

TIFtE SIUNT: W OWNICIAL PAPEg Of te City of Carrellton, and of the PARISH OF JEFFERSON. PUBLISHED Every Wednesdayj and Saturday, In the City of Carrollton, Parish of Jefferson,La., By M. G. DAVIS. OfJ"on Dublin, between Second and Burthe streets. Termns of the Newspaper s VOLJME 111, of the " Carrollton Sun" will begin on the 23d June, instant : it will be piunted as heretofore, on good typo and fair paper, and issued to Subscribers at five dollars 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-volume of 52 num bers, four dollars wil be received for the entire volume; but if not paid before the end of the full volume of 104 numbers, six dollars will, in all instances, be requlrd. No Subseription will be received for a less term than the volume, unless paid for IN ADVANCE and so stated at the time ; the paper will not be discontinued until aill arrearages are settled, unless the publisher should cho...

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. — 28 July 1860

tion, and then adopted as a whole and the Resolution was also adopted. AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING Tombs and aults in the Cairrollton Q gmetery. 4. Be it Ordained by the Mlayor and Council of City of Carrollton, i That the Mhy i. authorized to grant permission pi writing, on application to him in writing, for the temporary use of a Cemetery Vault for any period less than one year; provided, the applicant exhibits to h:m the Treasurers receipt for ten dollars paid for such use. 2. Be it further Ordained, That the Mayor is authorized to grant orders in writing to the Sexton for the gratuitous interment of the corpse of any indigent person whenever it shall be shown to him by a certificate signed by two or more citizens that the deceased was really poor and left nothing wherewith to pay the burial fees. 3. Be it further Ordained, That it shall be the duty of the Sexton to close and keep the Cerpete Vaults closed up with bricks a'~ ar end to preserve the numbers on , V tsas much as possib...

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. — 28 July 1860

WAS 'iP mACHI1NitS. The publie *4 r$speetfully invited to examine and witness in operation, THE "TOLHURST" PA-TENT *8euz%8 WABBasa The undersigned, posseasolg the sole right of dlsposing of the above Machi~W throughout the parishes of Jefferson and St. Charles, prefers giving a practical demopitratlon of their superior merits, rather than extolling them over every other appa ritas heed heretofore for the purposes of washing. No.one3aving witnessed tihe Machine in operation, having failed to order one of them. The Proprietor invites parties to bring with them sowe pieces of soiled wearing apparel or other arti clsi, and he will take pleasure in washing them in their presence, thereby showing them the superior qualities of the Machine-aud also the ease and fa cility with which the service is performed with but a small amount of labtor. S. PUIRISELL, Proprietor, fe25---9 Cor. Second & Dublin sts., Carrollton Family Grocery and Variety Store. MAX LINTINGER, coaRtk or LEVEE AND JACK...

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