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

CA.R I r:O -Y . G. )AVIS: " 'J 'TUl I''N I I 'UBo HEAl. VOT,, 7II7. CITY CARRO S' OF JEFFERSON, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1860. NO. 21. SMISCELLANEOUS. IHard Times. " IHere we are, at the very foot of the hill, just as I have prophesied we should be, for the last three mouths. So much for lang women to tlalnut out il silks feathers adl ifrom ong year's end to another. They are al the bottom of it aIl. "UNCLE JoE." A Yes, sir-ce ! you have hit the nail..n the head this time, for ce u crusty old Adamite ! The * -at the bettmn of it all !" Eves that have made y long-winded credit and p ~aystem, a bleak, barren re 'on-your-own-feet money pan ones who have lured so many im vessels to our shores, laden heavil silks, laces and broadcloths, for v was exchanged broad pieces of gel silver. Tihe weak-headed,short-sigh -nortals that have crowded our country with fatherless and motherless paper money; that have driven so manly men, helter-skelter, into western specula tions; that have stopped ...

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. — 1 September 1860

:T:HE SUET : . *wWIAL PAP R Me City of Camrrlltom, rad of the ,, PARISH .JEFFEBSON. PU neIeRED d ry, .Wr ,day and Saturday, .f Abrish of Jefferson, La., . *3 1 By ln. DAVZS. Stiueen becond and Burthe streets. the Newspaper : of "Carrollton Sun" will begin Ss - J tant: it will be printed as type and fair paper, and h te Y dollars per volume 4- i if ai for before the close of f p idfor le ADVANCE, or before S of. the rst half-volume of 52 num dollard wit be received for the entire S bat If not paid before the end of the rea.e of 104 numbers, si dollars will, in X seri pon w1 be received for a less term than t.S euae, unless paid for IN ADVANCE and so stated at the time ; the paper will not be Aiseentuae until allarrearages are settled, s at les the pubisher should choose to do so. Raiee of Advertisiing AN ertlements will be charged $1 (one dollar) Psquare of TEN LINES OR LESS, for the flrst, hd Sity cents for each subsequent insertion. AU Oomuiatlons on personal matters, if admit...

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. — 1 September 1860

GEN*. HOUSTON WITIIDRBA N. iJ7 The Austin Intelligencer of the 22d instant, publishes a letter from Gen. Hous ton, from which we extract the following concluding paragraphs: "I call upon my countrymen to forget me, and to forget the claims and endorse ments of all mere men, as well as the hopes of the mere office seekers who ex pect to profit by the elevation of one man or another. They should remember the farewell address of the father of his coun try, and the immortal sentiment of the Hero of New Orleans, and the sage of the Her ge : "The Federal Union, it ut be pg ?ve4L." Could the spirits iJack sot4~ay and Webster be re t~ o take {i. the active transaction Rethe poli tgol arena, the Union would be preserv '.- TAboring through life to perpetuate its glory, they knew its value and appre ciate its blessings. ' I am aware that it would be pleasing to my friends of different pref es as to the remaining candidates to ex press a choice for one or the o em. But I trust that it will be...

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. — 1 September 1860

Variety.---Tho woman who marries SU Sk;f£6.r: money is not. overstocked with tceaoy. There are two kind of geniuses-the elover and the too clever. F - NothSgo , petouched the heart of a ea  T e at not come from the heart *ter. is ih alohemy in a high heart .T whic fratnsmutes other things to its : 4I men it is indispensable to im b* earh money, for without it they , be worth* nothing. o-se beings only are fit for solitude . o like nobody, are like nobody, and 01 S'are lifd by nobody. G~enius lights its own fire, but it is constantly collecting materials with Al, Uhich to keep alive the flame. The sweet light of friendship is like the light of phosphorus, seen plainly whln all around is dark. not affronted at a jest. If one I throowyraitt thee thou wilt receive no blara;les thou hast sore places. A drops of rain brighten the w S.eadows';' and little acts of kindness bribghtenh the world. : Mirth should be the embroidery of SI the conversation, not the web; and with the ornament of ...

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. — 1 September 1860

C A. . I O LLTON MY . G. DAVIS: 1 ' N' L. PUB iHER. VOt. III. ý7 CITY fARROL SH OF JEFFERSON, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1860. NO. 21. SMISCELLANEOUS. Hard Times. " IHeree aSrei', at the very foot of the hill, just as I have prophesied we should be, for the last three moinths. So much forta1sl ng women to tlaunt out in silks feathers as from on year's end to another. They are the bottom, of it till. "UNCLE JOE." Yes, sir-ee ! you have hit the nail n, the he1d this time, for ce o - crusty old Adamite ! The.. at the bottom of it all !" -. Eves that have made y long-winded credit and pi isaystemn, a bleak, barren re on-your-own-foet money pan 'ones who have lured so many im vessels to our shores, laden heavily, silks, laces and broadcloths, for , was exchanged broad picces of gd silver. The weak-lheaded,short-sigh anortals that have crowded our country with fatherless and motherless paper |aoney; that have driven so many men, helter-skelter, into western specula tions; that have stopp...

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. — 1 September 1860

POETRY, ETC., ETU. SUPE The Two Armier. As life's unbndinug column pour:i, STwo marshaled hosts are .se:'ln omies. the trampled slihrc d tdb flows back hotwecl. l reds to the drulm Ieat's roll. ademouthed cltrion's bray, S a" upon the crilnsnll scroll,  ory is to-slay." ipne "s in silence by the stream', 1wi ,yet watchful'eye, (i as the patient planet's glantn - wiaf walks the clouded sky. ong its front no sabres shine, Sý.o blood-rod pennons wavo; CaO Itbanbser bears the single lineo, ".Our duty is to save." For those no death-bedslingering shade, Also At honor's trumpet-call, >; With knitted brows and lifted blade, In Glory's arms they fall. For these no clashing falchions bright, No stirring battle-cry; Di The bloodless stabber calls by night Echo answers "Here am I !" For those the sculptor's marble dust woll The builder's marble piles, The anthems pealing o'er their dust Through long cathedral aisles. For those the bosom sprinkled turf That floods the lonely gravcs, When 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. — 5 September 1860

C AOT 0 L LT 0 " BY M. G. DAVIS: 'TIHE 'S'x' SSI:"Ls OI ALL. PUBLISHER. ·OL; III. oITY 0 O CARR, 1, OF JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1860. NO.22. MISCELLANEOUS. THE SUNNY SOUTH: Or, The Southerner at Home, Embracing five years' Ex l , Northern Governess in the land of and the Cotton. A work Edittit by H. Ingra ham of luiss. Published by4G. G. Evanams Philadelphia. " The object of tlis work is justice to the Soutliern Plan at the same tinme, afford infor an agreeable forii to the N We copy at page 59, w ter says: : 1 I am already getting re slavery, since I find that it doe reality, exhibit the revolting ho was taught in the North to disco it. There are many things to a and to interest one in the social an mestic condition of the slaves, and I almost ready to acknowledge that A African is haplpicr in bondage tlhan fr At least one thing is certain; near all the free negroes I have ever seen the North were miserable creatures, poor, ragged, and often criminal. Here they are ...

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. — 5 September 1860

* "WICIAL PAPER of CarrIllton, and of the a ¶a PARISH OF JEFFERSON. v , . Pf BLISHED " ,ery We esday and Saturday, i l to ,Parishof Jefferson,La., B y . G. .DAVIS. v s DubZin, between Second and Burthe street8. WEUrms of the Newspapert t VOL In, of the " Carrolltan Sun" will begin o yro 4I e I June, instant: it will be printed us here on good type and fair paper, andi t..6o. ghubuocriboers at file dollars per volume S nu.lmbbers, if paid for before the close of olume ; if paid for IN ADVANCE, or bfore the close of the first half-vol.t.l. of 5l .nu.nt h bere, foer dollars wil be received for the entire, *oluop ; but if not paid before the etn ol thet full volume of 104 numbers, siz dollars will, in Fall nstqnces, be reqtird. No Subscriptiol will be received for a less term than the volume, unless paid for IN A..VANii and so stated at the time; the paper will noit be discontinued until all arrearages are settlti, unless the publisher should choose to do so. kates of Advertising s ...

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. — 5 September 1860

To the Hon. the President and Mllcimbcrs of the Police Jury, of the Parish of Jef'erson, Left Bank. Gentlemen.--I beg leave to submit the following, my Monthly Report: Cash on hand last re port $43057 '7 Received since from Tax Collector...... Parish Tax ...........:349 :3914 SpecialTax.......... 17 13 -:30; 524 Warrant of E. Rigaud, as treasurer of school fund..------------- 25 00 N. Commandeur, as per bill of P. A. Bienve nme---------------- 21 524 Total cash received. 3470 92 "Disbursed since...... 695 60 Cash on hand........ 2775 32 Report as Treasurer of the School Futnd. Balance on hand last report ..---------. 60 Disbursed sznce: . 2nd District, Aug. '2,rt, to J. 1. II arriiss, teacher three: eeks " salary and school house exlenses.... -41 50 ,,!' 2nd. District, A ug. 29, to J. 11. Ilirriss, oine month's salary.... 50 0+0   4th )District, Aug. 1st, to II Stille, tIumontlh's salary and school house rent ....---.... 45 00 4th Dl)istrict, Sept. 1, to R. g.ille, one month's sal...

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. — 5 September 1860

pOETRY. k. "Love Thee No More. -This Is the last token ~ ' Of ~ve and of thee ! STh w e `faith is broken, T: se  + false girl to me! t en the letters ' With which I must part; C oo dear are the fetters S Which wind round my heart, Th words were enchanted Aja4ied me at will; M~spiirit i~haunted Reomembering them still. go earnest, so tender- The full heart was there; Ah! song might surrender I ts lute in despair. I deemed that I knew thee As none ever knew; That 'twas mine to subdue thee And thine to be true. :I deemed to my keeping Thy memory had brought The depths that were sleeping Of innermost thought. The. bitter concealings " ife's treacheries teach, • Th6 lonPgsubdued feelings 'Tha. w~rld cannot reach Thy mask, to the memory, Was worn not for me; I saw thee-can any -Seem like'unto thee? N*o other can know thee As I, girl, have known, No future will show thee A love like mine own. That love was no passion That walketh by day, A fancy--a fashion That flitteth away. "Twas life...

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. — 5 September 1860

BY M. G. DAVIS: --, 'SS' .n -' - I:S ,.,:  .( , AI..." PUBLISHER. VOL III CITY O AROt OF JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,1860. NO. 22. MISCELLANEOUS. THE SUNNY SOUTH: Or, The Southerner as HIIme, Embracing fiva years' Ex Northern Governegs in the land -f and the Cotton. A work Editc-- by _. Ingra ham of liss. Publish-:d by' G. Evans Philadelphia. " The object of :Lis work is t justice to the Southe'l " Plan at the same time, afford info an agreeable form to the N We copy at page 59, w ter says : * * * * I am already getting rec slavery, since I find that it doe reality, exhibit the revolting ho was taught in the North to disco it. There are many things to a and to interest one in the social an mestic condition of the slaves, and I almost ready to acknowledge that African is happier in bondage than fre At least one thing is certain; nearl all the free negroes I have ever seen the North were iniserable creatures, poor, ragged, and (ftell criminal. Here they are well clad, mo...

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. — 5 September 1860

Variety.-The woman who marries o~r. money is not overstocked with ocaoy. ?' There are two kind of geniuses-the :-clever amd the too clever.  .Nothlin& 4Etouched the heart of a eead that i not come from the heart #ter. is is alchemy in a high heart wiigh t-ransmutes other things to its t : men it is indispensable to b*- money, for without it they -d be worth* nothing. ,; soe beings only are fit for solitude who like nobody, are like nobody, and are liked by nobody. G~enius lights its own fire, but it is constantly collecting materials with which to keep alive the flame. 'The sweet light of friendship is like the light of phosphorus, seen plainly when all around is dark. Ae'not affronted at a jest. If one throw ~t at thee thou wilt receive no lmim. unless thou hast sore places. Lilie. drops of rain brighten the Ppeadows; and little acts of kindness 'brighten the world. Mirth 'should be the embroidery of the conversation, not the web; and with the ornament of the mind not the fu...

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. — 8 September 1860

C A.-,-_' L T T-, rI () NL BY M. G.)AIS:. U VOL IT .- -CIT-Y OF ARRIt LLIO A.ISH OF JEFFERSON, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1860. NO. 23. MISCELLANEO US. The Uluint on the 1lighway. There was a shrewd robber somowhere. T;e farm houses weje robbed; shopa were robbed; the tills of The , t w.ay , side inns were robbe"~8 h ople haud their pockets picked. peiied in the region of countr be Sidney and Lowstone-not a field extent-and yet the robber or roe could not be found. Otiicer;;had in every direction. and sevrl Individuals had been ap the real culprit remain day the mail was robbed, a man had his pocket pie f dred pounds while riding in a t -for my narrative dates back to. coaching days. The money' carried in his breast pocket, and that it was stolen from hitn while enjoying a bit of a doze on the road. I had been confined to my ho severe cold for several days,and w lit to go out now, but as this matter becoming serious, I felt it my duty.., on the move, and accordingly I fo my ...

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. — 8 September 1860

*P*MýIAic PAPER' Q gp 9i41CarrUlleom, and of she OF JEFFERSON. Saturday, A sho Jefferson,La., S i lli Seoond d and Berthe streets. ` s le lNewapaper voI , the "Carrollton Sun" will begin en the intant : it will be printed as h e type and fair paper and Isabee dolars per volume faor before the close of 'i AlnvANCZ, or before last h b ttvolume of 52 num of.g U wl bo decd rd for the entire IS . . t s'ot  0{aflore the end of the faflveW of 104 rrmber., sas dolars will, in p will b.ipuo mbe .evreod for a less term bfasthe volume, maless pa foer IN AnvaxcaC asosteteMd at the tiaml the paper will not be -leo-tlmued uintlallrreWres are settled, saus the pubHlibh' should choose to do so. nam* . AIdodaiy s AM AdvettlaehtU wll be chared 1 (one dollar, per squats of TX uu R O Ltrs, for the Sist and at s cents for eab subsequent insertion. Alt i m personal matter, f admit td, wmI be subject to DOUOsL the above rates, and mustt invariably, be paid for in advamee o, their publicat on. AdIAhtss...

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. — 8 September 1860

M4 ovements of Filibusters on Me.rico - According to the Norfolk Day Book,the "Knights of the Golden Circle," who have been so long getting ready to march into Mexico and take posseseion of the whole country, are at last on the move. A company, commanded by a -competent Virginia officer, was to em bark at Hampton, Va., on the 30th ult., for Texas, forom whence they will march into Mexico. The Day Book says: That the object of this organization is to change the political and social princi plea o the country to which they go there is little duoubt, for they avow lthli their purpose; but they do not go unlawfully armed, at least froqrhere they profess to go as peaceful citizens, and. will revolutionize that unhappy country, not by fire and by sword but by settling in sufficient numbers within its borders, and changigg and making wholesome laws, and seeing tfthey are enforced. They are goa it. troduce Anglo-Saxon energy alt rican prudence among a people w' ho have heretofore been incapa...

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. — 8 September 1860

' ollowinfg are touching :and h:Liful liup. y .sond a thrill deep i wtu, th l:u t. h igt Moti ri the little hfct ing i aUo garden vall. give b ybugl the dusy stree(t.. Sliar, Shed uil balol: to t  con ntthe moments lost, N:n N©4r mind thq~ ; me it coats, live f it' ft ,will go astray, wol GuideCen. mother ! while you may. "'lc ,Motli the little hand A a by the way, Illii , ing oses i_ the sand, side ".Tossing up thin fragrant hay; fol0 SlTverr dare the question ask, IWhjhy to me this heavy task!" These same little hands may prove live Messeqgers of light and love. ({ Mother! watch the little tongue ,Prang eloqunt and wild; nht'IJ said anr what is sung Py the happy, joyous child; Catch the word while yet unspoken; Stop the vow while yet unbro This sanio tongie may yet p slt, Blessings in bih Savior's name. MothV ! watch that little heart B,; eatinig soft and warm for you; wo Wholosome lessons now impart; so Keep, oh! keep that young heart true, Extricating every weed, Sowing good an...

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