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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carrollton sun. — 15 August 1860

BY 1I. G. DAVIS: lTill: • ' lis ii ,.I. IT4rLTSiI lU. iLW, III, CITY OF CARROL RISH OF JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1860. NO. 16. ELLAN EO US. "Pe " ,Wa , rior. ''i' LE OP W EVOLUTION. -ý" ob strugg1 r . her has produ tNobler instances, ,heroism than that our own gt,)rious vv . The aci:icvnlents tbi 'up th expanse cf :he deadly stars in the liri:irnent melo-draman:tic heroes o it is not too touch to say tain has been a Th'lhcr battle field a M lra:tiion Occasionally thl-se been lighted up by tile a passions--,y,ve; :ai it iS a I patriotism. we hrive now to Serg. Jasper ,lbirged to the band of lMarioni's britade, where his v and talents soon won hi:on distinction. Armon ot iher daring deeds his rescui our t1mF lat the battle , iFort Moultnele serves to be mini,,:.od. JIn the hostile fire of the comliit thie fi.y a:s shot away an fell without tie I'rt. Le',aing over th. rampart, he seized ithe li.i .:nd returned amid cheers ,f et en 1t. lh13 ili-h. Fcr this dlaitin dee...

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 August 1860

OFFICIAl, PAPER Of the City of Cnarrollton, and of the PARUISII OF JEI"'IFEISON. PUBLISHELD Every Wednesday and .4a/urday, Inth4lityof Carrollton, arish of Jefferson,La., By M. G. DAVIB. ,cc on Dublin, between Scrond and Burtht streets. * Terans of the Newspaper: VOLUME In, of the "(Carrollton Siun" will begin on the 234 JunI, in.tlant : it will Ib~ printed as heretofore, on goi,l type and fair paier, nLdii issued to Subseribers at line dollars Jlir vllllllune of 104 numbers, if paid for blefore the close of the volume; if paid for IN AIVANCE, or before the close of the" first half-volnumii, of 52 nunl bhers, four dollars wil be received for the entire volume ; but if not paid before the end of the full volume of 101 numiber, six dollars will, in all instrtnces, hib rclird. No Subsrtriltion will be receivedl for a less term than the volumle. unlehs paid for Ir ADvn (c and so stated at the tim. ; the paper will not be discontiniued until all arre-araiges are settled, unless the publi...

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 August 1860

[Conmumnicated. ] M. PRINTER : Some few weeks ago I was informed of a singuilar occurrence which, it was said, had taken pinelc in the office oethe treasurer of this City; and also, t4b9 'obbery had been per petrated _ the custodian of the funds of our aP ration. Since ee report of the robbery of *the City treasury of a large amount of funds has appeared before the public, many vague and unsatisfactory state ments have gained circulation and cre dence e effect that the amount chargr vve been purloined from ,t 4,f our City Treasurer, e xe. smaller portion of ited" fr That upon atio'of ' tb books, ca 4 saoi~ on paper, a muth lier defi% Vtn proved to exist. Now, I ask, how and h deficiency be permitted to must inevitably have been duty somewhere ? Then, as tax-payers of this corpora citizen, I will than:k you light upon the subject, and to the corporation, you ought to. more than A TAX [We will state to "A Tax-Payer," that printer to the corporation, we are bound to give publicity...

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 August 1860

/ WASHING BACHINES. * The public are respectfully invited to examine and Tl witness In operation, TElJ "TOLHURST" PATENT Ti agaga31 WAS`ERB" 'hetundertigned, possessing the sole right of posing of the above Machines throughout the Slisbesof Jefferson and St. Charles, pref,'rs giving practical demonstration of their superior imerits, .ther than extolling them over every other ..ppa: WWjp1ssed heretofore for the purposes of washiug. TI R ew .having witnessed the Machine in operation, 1'1 having failed to order one of them. m Tli Proprietor invitcs parties to brine: with them TI s @I ees of soiled wearing apparel or other alti- ft clel, 'ad he will take pleasure in washing them in their preence, there by showing the i the supe'rior qualities of the Maeihine-undl also the ease andl fa cility with which the service is performed with but a-small amount of labor. S. pUItSELL, Proprietor, fe25-69 Cor. Second & Dublin sts.. Carrollton Family Grocery and Variety Store. , MAX LINTINGER, C...

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 August 1860

CARROLLTO.N BY M. G. DAVIS: r " i " s, 'SUN' sHINEs' So, Au.'" IPUBLISHER. _ OITY OF OARROLLTO , .RI.OF JEFFERSON, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1860. NO. 17. Ximes in In a certain  o 1na, there rishing town, noted for pretty ai ht, corn husbings, har c' es and littled politicians. celebrated "spirited co the "juice of the corn that persons .partaking have been known to grow of corn-silk right through their hats. In this goaeh a family named Martin, co father, two gushingly bea ters, and three .strapping may say that the males are Fitch tins, since they all' votetl to elect Se ator Fitch; but the pretty daughters are so far from being Stone-Martini that they are actually susceptible of 4k' softest cmotions--at least one of them is, as the sequel proves. This happy family led a life of Arcadian felicity, knowing no influences more attfactive than those bounded by the homrn-circle, until a peripatetic speculator named 01 S. Berry entered the town, and formeW the acquaintance of the old g...

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 August 1860

TE:E SU.N : oewilcrAL PAME* O tihe City of 4arr.Uton, and of the PARIWH OF JEFFERSON. Every 1#dnesday and Saturday, ' e lOttr of Carrollton,Patisi of Jefferson, La., 3y K. 0. DAVIS, n on Dublin, betseen Second and Burtn!e streets. Slrum of the Newspaper s VOLUME III, of the "Carrollton Sun" will begin 2.3hu 23d June, instant: it will be printed ae lhe f.ore, on good typo and fair praper, and lssufdtO Subscribers at Jiee dollars per volume of 104 ui*aubers, if paid for before the close of the voltne ; if paid for IN ADVANCE, or before the close of the tirst half-volume of 52 naur bers,ffour dUllars 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 requird. No Subscription 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 choose to do so. Rate...

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 August 1860

tive. Col. WYheeler orptared as counsel I for Spruihl. and Ai.e-rs 3ifter ,nd, Carusi for defend-unt. Justice l)oiu I prdered the negro, to be r, turn..d to his master, lB,. Spruill, an'ld tl','y bo,tl, lc't in the afternoon train for North Caro, lina. Hiltleck was remanded to jail to await the -requisition of the Governor 'for his return to North Carolina, where he will be tried for the offence against the laws of that State. Warrington Navy Yard-From a letter of th. 10th, to the Pensacla Ob server, we quote : N " roa the Department with 'commencement of the d States steamer Ful 't very unpleasant for "ý4 has called in sev .:~,rk on the dredge b "i a small one, he e - 4e are not soon e4ved fro ,, com mence the Fulton. It is rumored that the s sloop-of-war St. Louis, i coming here front Aspi' ceeded to some Northern po of service having expire officers being desirous of go The pilot boat Marshal _ here on Tuesday for the schooner about seventy mile here. A iMonster (f the Deep.-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. — 18 August 1860

WASHING ' MACHIIi ES. The public are respectiully invited t, xamine and witness in operation, THE "TOLHURST" PATENT The n>nleasigned, possessing the sole right of - gof t1 above Machines throughout the of eerson and St. Charles, prefers giving .1uoc l demonstration of their superior merits, th n extolling them over every other appa ra ~l d heretofore for the purposes of washing. See.ls bhawing witnessed the Machine in operation, -1[a failed to order one of them. rletor invites parties to bring with them a of soiled wearing apparel or other arti c lesid I will take pleasure in washing them in their preu , thereby showing them the superior qualities of 4e Machino--and also the ease and fa cillty with irhih the service is performed with but a small amount of labor. S. PURSELL, Proprietor, fe25--69 Cor. Second & Duble .ts., Carrollton WFamily Grocery and Variety Store. MAX LINTINGER, eoaIIa OF LaVly AND JACKSON STRUTS. CARROLLTON W OULD most respectfully Inform his former o...

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 August 1860

CAJTb R LLTOS --1 G.7.. .] S: ". TE. 'SUN' N1.:NES .'F, .,,,." FI' UBLISHER. U: G KCITOY !O ARROLLTTO ,T MISH OFI JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1860. NO. 18. SDream of a Star. L' ` i CHAR c U aDICKENS. Tbere was once he strolle4 about a-good deal,$ of a number of things. He er, who was a child too, companion. These two der all dar long. They o the beauty of the flowers;: dered at the height and bl sky; they wondered at the bright waters; they won goodness and the power of~ made the lovely world. °= They used to say to one ano sometimes, "Supposing all the chil on earth were to die, would the flowe and the water, and the sky, be sorry ?' They believed they would be sorry, For, said they, the buds are the cl dren of the flowers, and the little pla, - ful streams that gambol down the hill sides are the children of the water; and the smallest bright specks playfig at hide and seek in the sky all night, must surely be the children of the stars; at tlhy would all be grieved to se...

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 August 1860

Of the Clty of Carrollton, and of the PAIS OF JEFFERSON. LIAIHED esday and Saturday, ji?i,,ollton,Parishof Jeffrson,La., a v SDy M. G. DAVIS. idblin, between Second and Burthle streets. Terms of the INewspaper z of the "Carrolltin Mun" will bhgin '" S th~te23(d June, ill.tlnt: it w ill Iiw p,rinted as e on -Kb'lr t V," " anIll fati lir Ipa'er', aind is .e lllusS l ...c'i.,'r at fir,.' dilars 1.r v',,lhrm of 14rumbenrs, if pall ftr b-I.,,er the doty" of the volnm ; if paild for IN AI)VNN.:E, or be'ore thu close of the lirt halfvl o 5 t" bers, four dollars wil b,. i.,civecd for the, .ntire volume ; but if not palll Iu-fore tle i-ui. lf tlhe full volume of 10 rnnbcers, six dollars will, in a instances, be raituird. No Subscription will be received for' a less term than the volume, unless pahul for IN Al vAN(CE 'end so stated at th(i timn. the paper will not Be discontinued until all arrearnges are settled, unless the publisheir should choose to do so. Rates of Advertising t All Ad...

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 August 1860

in 1788 Thos. Paine prpl)used its lication in America. In 17. I tih Sarquis Joui~oy constructod l e!ik 'm the Soine. But whoever ,ri.:. the idea 9f steam navigatin, tlce h, nir of prodtscuthoe firt -succe.:sfuI :t( am Meat belongs to the United St;:tes. Lumusey acd Fitch are said i t, have' been 'temporaneous in their resc;ehices, both having attempted to Constrnt't steamnboats as early as the year 1 3,. Smodel of which were exhibited in 1 ý4 ... 1ý'tv`8llral Wasliington. Fitch we to Eng n obtain a patent, but wasa oton R y, who yisted it u:, ,uilt a vessel on , oweVer, was not "after'his death ?n vroveL unsuccessful. boat, the .on ii are, ,nd by, S`. asureneJ proceeded at otwenty, htur. On. ,tober, ,she as a river an 0 C enty ImI made. In 1791 John Stove conmmenced his expcrimont navigatioiA, lie succeededd. boats at the rate of five Ol hour. About thu year 1k ment in steam ltavigat boats was made under tle'pat Lord Dundas, upon the Forth an Canal; but three and a half miles the...

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 August 1860

W ASHING MACHINES. The public are respectfully invited to examine and witness in operation, TIIE "TOLHURST" PATENT t-1ý anl ( T un4ridgned, possessing the sole right of dilposhtgof tne above Machines throughout the parrbheof Jefferson and St. Charles, prefers giving a demonstration of their superior merits, a extolling them over every other appa vI~atus ttofore for the purposes of washing. g witnessed the Machine in operation, to order one of them. etor invites parties to bring with tthemt ao  t soiled wearing apparel or ether arti cles, sd he will take pleasure in washing them in their pulnee, thereby showing them the superior qualitiidhi e Machine-and also the ease and fat oility wiathi eh the service is performed with but A small amount of labor. 8. PURSELL, Proprietor, fe2--69 Cor. Second & Dublin sts., Carrollton Family Grooery and Variety Store. M~AX LINTINGER, OWUcR O LBVEz AND JACKBON STREETS, CARROLLTON W OULD most respectfully inform his former cu Vtomers andt he ...

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 August 1860

C - -% "- - 1. R, 01 n L T 0 .N SCITY ARROLL CITY 0 RROTo~kI~jfifikjýISH OFO JEFFERSON, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUOST "25,1860,O NO. 19. WMLSCELLANEOUS. The Child In tshe Grav. ' 13 IIANS CHRISTIAN ANDERBEN. There was sotow ,~i the hods there was sorrow in th for youngest child, a li years of age, the only sa nt present joy and future hope,. Two daughters they had, in than their boy-the eldest ,' ki old enough to he confi sweet girls they both we child is always the dearest; the youngest, and a son. "lt trial. The sisters sorrowed hearts sorrow, rnd were much by their parents' grief ; the father weihejd down by the affliction, b mother' avas quite overwhelmed by t terriblle blow. By night and by da hadl sl de'v otedherself to her sick cl-i ; watched him. lifted him up, carried hij auht, idone everything for him hersolf. ,ifhe had felt as if lhe were a part of her= !.lf. She could not bring herself to believe that he was dea d--t hat he should Ih hlaid ini a coflin and concealed in'; ,elave...

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 August 1860

TE{E SUN : OFFICIAL PAPER Of the City of Carrolton, and of the PA ISH OF JEFFERSON. UBLISHED .Every . Wednesday and Saturday, In theOity of CarlfUton,Parish of Jefferson, La., 4 By X. G. DAVIS. O ce oD 'lit~ bedtcen Scond and Burthe streets. % - a~ n of the Newspaper a - ,Y of the "Carrollton un," will begin * 3d June, instant : it will be printed as e~ tdore,.on good type and fair paper, and isst Subscribers at five dollars per volultme of bers, if paid for before the close of the votli; if paid for IN ADVANCE, or before the close of the first half-volume of 52 nun bers, four dollars wil be rec(lved for the entire volume; but if not paid before the end of the full volume of 104 numbers, siz dollars will, in all instances, be requird. No Subscription 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 choose to do so. Rates of Advertisi...

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 August 1860

the City of New Orleans, vs. Town of Carrollton-No. 1,801 for $2,.140 cnd interest. Oaimotionof Mr. Dauvenporl. the papers were referred tothe Finance Committee with power to act. A letter was read from Messrs Lethieque & Madere, of Jefferson City, contractors for hauling shells and bats, asking the privilege of running their carts without License. A motion of Mr. Engleman to grant equest was decided to be lost. ..o tmotion of Mr. Engloman it was r suspending the Rules, . Resolved, That the Mayor and Comp trolle# are authorized to issue public cart Licenses to expire on the 31st of I)e " a) , 1860, to all. ersons who pay the fi? f the yea frfoe of said Licensee as fixed by t -Ordinance of acember last; provide it is shown, thit the Cart for which License is meited has not been run the whole year previously. The following report was read, re ceived and adopted, and t tr, and bond approved. ? Hon. Mayor and Cou'ncil. ' . t The Mayor and Finance Co a respectfully submit the contra...

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 August 1860

WA8grACHINE S NLACftL. . Tho public are respectfully invited to etuinl .adiui . + witness in operation, " TIl " TOLIIURST" PATENT ' Sl gned, l1msessing the soloe right of Tsp"siti. gof t.b above Ma+chin tlulghoui h e iw piriysh t J'eftersonanud tuti. Chtarles, prel+rs giving l demonstraitioI of their superior mi.rits, rather t an etolliig thmin vT lr e, ry oth, r altpa lu t heretofore for the purposes of wasling. tng witue.wel, the his chtiie in operation, d to ordler one e1 thetn. etor invites pi, ti 0. it, bring with thim 6 f le f soiled we.aring rt t: r .l ,r other artt I' i'il t 'ake i' plea tirr is w( a higth t n in 'ttir . theiiy sto..ing th, n Ih, siprior queta,. il ;Mahine--and . ... the c... . . . l f, . liity hi'h tnhe .rv-ice is l. rforited with but a siuall amount of labor. S. 1ITI04F, . , l'ropret' r, fo25-69 Co ti'ii',+l ,A. litblitu stn., <' irultn Fadily Qrooery and Variety Storo. .". MAX LINTINGER, COWQf rI' . EVEE AND JACKSON STtREETS, CARRtOLLTONi W OUJ auot r...

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. — 29 August 1860

A[. • .R.OLLTO.N -Q. T.CT RO SIIH OF JEPFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, AU(GUST 29, 1860. NO... 20 . . . {- ii .IN it*- -TT 'mm BYN L DAIS - V.0 -- - I1TBTSER VOL1. Il CIT OWARJ RO EfK$N AWDNS Y UI 9 80 O 0 MISCELLANEOUS. b " The Wifce's Dower. 1 ;BY A RETIIIRED ATTORNEY. Everybody who knew John Gov knew him to hob one of tj oa~paest  most contemptibl, men that oer. was permithed to walk the earth. IIis bro ther Peter was not a whit better ; so it would appear that. incanness ran blood of the famlily. John, was pretty well' o$; as this world's god ,ls wore oi his property was all investe ings which lhad cost him so thousand dollars, which he him an incone of about three' dollars. J Ie did not marry unti h forty, probiily fromt the fear of int ring uillnecessary expense; and wh fnlally, he did take a wife, it was only lie would have\' taken a housekeeper,,. servant. 1\Irs Gordon was a poor woman, all hlad ,been obliged to work very hard for: a living. Probabmly sh,, married on pure ly prude...

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. — 29 August 1860

THE. SUN : OFFICIAL PAPER Of the City of narrollton, and of the PARISH OF JEFFERSON. PUBLISHED Ever y Wediesday and Saturday, In *eCiof Carrgllton,Parish of Jefferson, La., By M. G. DAVIS. a pt lSU, between Sccond and lBurtlc etrets. of the Ncwvpnppr r: 0 ,of the "Carrollton Sun" will begin TVune, instant: it will bl- printed us e, on good typeu nl fatir paltr, anl Sle bseribers attire dollars wpr volumet .'of 1 re, f paid for before the close of the fpa1i for IN AI)VANCE, or btefor, the Of the first half-volume of 52 nurn b.,UAi5_ dollars wil be received for the entire .. au volu ; but if not paid before the end of the .ftsmlume of 104 num bers, si dollars will, in teutences, be requird. 8-No Subsaerlplao will be received for a less term tbthe volume, unless paid for IN ADVANCE nd iOstated at the time ; the paper will not be dlloontilnued until allarrearages are settled, unless the publisher should choose to do so. Bates of Advertising All Advertisements will boe charged $1 (one...

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. — 29 August 1860

arsenalin Venice are being t.' t,, Pola. At last accounts the city of II .:,e .v : in a perfeot steate of tranquilty. The exportation of crtI L.. i,. prohibited on account of the d,,uL,. A telegram from Bernes a:nouae the death, on the - 15th int., of ,Alaa, Grand Douchess of 12usia. At Paris great political distrie t pre vails in the political circles on the Syrian and Italian questions. Thirty millions rials on the Morocco: indemnity had arrived at Madrid. In the British House of commons the resolution of Lord John Russell ap - propriating £3,000,000 for India has passe~i. John Wilde & Sons, silk manufac turers at Macclesfield, have failed. TPheir liabilities are put down at £15,000. The crop of hops is a total failure in many districts of England, from tha bad weather. Chinese advices say Loo w has been sacked and burned. The imperial troops had joined the rebels. Decline of the CaliJfrnia Tr In no department of comme; there been so great a decline in the California trade ...

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. — 29 August 1860

POETRY, ETC.,ETC. SUF The Two Armies. As lif~ usb9nding column pourl:, STvo mrarshaled hosts are seu1 'po ries.al the trampled shore-c ,r deat'flows back between. S hese to the drum Ie'at's roll teie-mnout.hed clarion's l)ray. upon the criins ni scroll, ory is to-slay." S9ý e in silence by the streamun, ,yet watchfulceye, a- m rthe patient planet's gle'au tralks the clouded sky. ý.longu its front no sabres shine, No blood-red peonnons wave; C( F.'annaer bears the singlo line, ".Our duty is to save." For those no death-beds lingeoring shade, A. At honor's trumpet-call, With knitted brows and lifted blade, In Glory's arms they fall. For those no clashing falchions bright, No stirring battle-cry; The bloodless stabber calls by night Echo answers "Here am I !" For those the sculptor's marble dust C The builder's marble piles, The anthems pealing o'er their dust Through long cathedral aisles. For these the bosom sprinkled turf That floods the lonely graves, When spring rolls in her sea-g...

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