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SATURDAY, DEc. 13, 1879. the
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THE OLD STORY. "Pil
We are told that the old scarecrow, relih
was again shown to the colored peo- the
pie during the late campaign, to ar- Si
ray them against the Democratic par- the
ty. Old Uncle Si and Aunt Betsy lati'
Jane were made to feel very uneasy hav
over the situation of affairs. Ten that
chances to one that they would again dow
be made slaves; and as far as their tele
rights were concerned, it was no use thei
to think about them if these cruel othe
Democrate were elected. They'd bet- p
ter get ready to leave for Kansas soon Der
after Wilts became Governor. the
It never occurred to those of our dre
colored folks who took in such ridiuen- fan
lons and exploded tales, that the the
Nicholls government is the only one Pin
since the war that has given peace to
Louisiana. That the very Constitu
tion containing the guarantee that son
equal rights are to be enjoyed by all wit
men in this State, was framed by a in
Democratic majority, over which pro- dre
sided our next Governor, Mr. Wilts. wh
That the Parish Officers were men
well known, who would be no worst prlie
in the future than they had been in ten
Of course such stories found no be- tnt
lievers among men of common sense, lot
but the ignorant were very much she
alarmed thereat. tin
It won't be long, however, before nali
our colored fellow citizens discover No
that the in-comning Democratic gor- go
ernment will do all in its power to is
develop the resources of our State, rif
while the rights of every man without thi
distinction of race or color will be as gel
filly protected gs they ate anywhere
else iq the Union. Re
Thanks be to the Lord, political ed
agitation is over for four years and hi
we have before us every prospect TI
that the most profound peace will cry
reign in our midst. The yields just the
gathered will bring more ease and rli
comfort than for many years past.
It seems to us that a fieold is opening
to the industrious, that ought to in- in
duce any man to roll up his ,eves, in
and earn a living by the sweat of his co
One must be blind who does not
see that Louisianais booming towards le
the front rank of the most prosperous th
States, and that right hereis the hap- b,
py hnad of Canaan. hI
From all accounts the profits real- ,
ized by this year's crops, will bring
more capital than will be needed to H
raise the next. The enhanced price
obtained for our products this season
will beyond a doubt give a new
impetus to our plantiilg iuterests, and la
for the life of us, we can't see any
thing else in stoic, in the near future, bl
than the blessings of peace and un
bounded prosperity. b
The Democrats of Mississippi and
Louisiana are advocating the policy of ti
having the Legislature select the presi- tI
dential elCTwOrs for 1880 this winter, .i
thus taking the elctioni out of the hands
of the people, and securing these two gI
States for the Deniocratic candidates be- b
yond all doubt. These gentleman should
remiember that the Legislature of Neow hi
York is strongly 1Republicnan; and this P
thing can be done in that State just as
easily as in the bulldozed States.
The above is from the Rising Sun ri
(Ind.) Recorder, a so-called Republi- -
can paper. A more malicious and
willful slander could not be conceiv
ed by the most unscrupulous villain
in the universe. No such discussion
has taken place in Mississippi and t
Lonisianla, as every honorable gen- t
tleman will swear unreservedly. But i
the Radical journals of the North
have urged it upon the New York t
Legislators that it is a duty they owe
the Republican party, as between i
defeat in the presidential election and
a revolutionary enactment whichw ould
ensure them success.
But a mild-eyed Radical siniply I
lies again, and to argue the question
would only deepen the fall he will
have in hell sooner or later I
Messr. Ellis and O'Conner, the for
mer of this State and the latter of
South Carolina, have both introduc
ed bills in Congress looking to the
" payment of the deluded darkies who
were swindled out of their little sav
ings by the Freedman's Bank. This
swindlhig concern was authorized by
Congress and mainly managed by
government officials. Now it remains
to be seen whether the Radical bon
gresemien will vote the necessary ap
propriaition for this laudable object.
Our colored friends will do well to
watch the fite of this bill, and thereby
add another wrinkle to their political
horns. "Watch and pray."
Farmers Crockettand Nicholls quar
relled about a hog at Lindale, Mo.,
aid agreed to settle the difficulty with
knives. One bad a dirk, and the
other a less handy but larger pocket
knive. Nicholls was killed on the
spot, and Crockett lived only two
hours after the fight. Twentyv-seven
cuts were counted on their bodies.
"What shall Ileaveyou when I die?"
said 5an insipid fellow to a young lady
whose patienco he had exhausted.
"Needn't wait until you die," said she
"you can leave somethingnuw,If you
will." "What siall L leave?" he aaked,
-~ eat -,I~ YL olir8eif,'½he repliedi. Het left.
The Picayuse tells us that Pinch- Ti
4 back is disgusted at the turn that p
public affairs have taken in the Bte, in
--especially in the norteirn pariies, odfe
r. where Democratic majorities appear ha$
to have become a fixture. He sees purp
the handwriting on the wall: "You' bilit;
have to twork I" Nevermore will poor scale
"Pinch" play the role of Governor of the c
Louisiana, in company with the Mur. It
"rells, the Antoines, et. ale! Such is prod
' the dreadful alternative I! quir
Since "the cruel war has been over" cal a
- the cabin boy remembers that legis- the
l lative halls and executive mansions are
'` have resounded with his utterances; proc
n that newspaper reporters have taken been
n down his words to transmit thenm over com]
ir telegraphlo wires from one end of suga
re these broad United States to the otic
l other !i
SPresto change !. These infernal aft
in Democratic majorities have produced whit
the same appalling effect on his capi
sr dreams of future elevation that the that
1- flames of Moscow did upon Napoleon the I
be the First. Thus far and no farther, it d(
se Pinchback, shalt thou go I intel
SRetrograde to his level with the turn
at mass of struggling humanity towards to el
at someprosaical avcoation, whereby his of e:
wits or industfy he must earn a liv- T
aing side by side with the eight hun- Lou
C- dred and ninety-five thousand others Stat
tz. who have been doing the voting and patl
n producing the substance from which oug
rt lie has obtained a luxurious exis- tive
Perish the State and all its insti- G
e- tutions rather than descend from the are
se, lofty pedestal over which hIe once and
ch shone as brilliant as the sun at noon- ing
time. If his brethren are to furnish our
ire naught but Democratic majorities in "ap
rer North Louisiana, why they'd better ofi
'v go to Kansas or anywheuy else. Pinch vat
to is a patriot, and verily he would sac- idl
te, rifce all his relatives for the cause, so be:
ut that he might remain the one reful- are
as gent star he was "once upon a time."
are In lower Louisiana though, where u
cal Republican majorities are undisturb- ms
kud ed, Pinch don't see any niecessity for ma
ect his people to disturb : themselves, tail
il They are very well there. Demo- wh
ust cratic government won't hurt near an
mud the Gulf Coast, but its au awful ca- of 1
st. lamity in the hill country! as
Ing Can any one imagine how the
Wiltz administration will be different era
- in this portion of the State from what th1
res, it will be in the other We frankly ar
confess that we fail to see it. thi
ot If Pinchback is not p first-class
rds fraud HE will be the Moses who will
lead his race across the Red Sea to
ous the promised land of Kansas, where br
ap- be will bravely take hold of the plow- to
handle and show them how much in
gal- wheat he can produce to the acre!
ing Ha! ha! but Pinch won't do that. to
rc Ho'll Inever leave the sweets that the
Crescent City affords him. Not so
sor with the poor ignorant laborer. pa
iewY What cares ihe to see the followers he
and Ias so often deluded go to a strange w
'y- and inhospitable clime, where their tri
uae, bleaching bones will soon mark the
un- spot which afforded them nothing so
but want and misery! bh
We will tell Mr. Pinchback what Is In
y Of true: Under the new constitution at
resi- that he proclaimed one of the most "I
iter liberal in the Union, a Democratic le
two government is about to lighten the or
a be- burthens under which a whole people y(
Now, have been groaning; PEACE and in
this PLENTY will be the blessings that ALL in
t 's will enjoy. There will be protection tr
for life and property, while the same fti
Sun rights that are enjoyed by one will b2
and be vouchsafed to another. The eol- pl
and ored people will no more ibe slaves in y'
in North Louisiana than in the Southern
sion portion of the State. 'Tis true that
aond the occupation of many selfish poli- M
ticians, such as he, will be gone; but
len- the man who, in the past, earned his
living by the sweat of his brow, will
ort find better opportunities in the fu
owe Let Pinch come here, for instance, u
reen in East Baton Rouge, and ask-not
and of the broken down politicians of his
race, but of the industrious laboring
men-whether Democratic officials n
uplIY have not given more protection a
stion to their persons and liberties than B
will his partiZans did in the days when hW E
was the Lieutenant of Warmotli, the t
man who saved a half million of dol- r
for- lars out of four years of salary at c
,r of eight thousand dollars per annum!
I the Don't tell your brethren to go,
who Pinch, while you intend to remain. i
Your object is too transparent. Lead
This on like a man and a hpatriot, else hold
?d by your peace, for if you can live under
Democratic rule in Louisiana, surely
namb every other man can do the same!
t~on - "·--
ap- Gen. Butler asks how Gov. Andrew I
bject. could have called a man a "d-d
,ll to seouadrel" in whose favor he signed
ereby a vote of thank.. That reminds us of
itical a contested election case in Congress.
A Republican member said to Thad.
Stevens; "Both the claimants, are
quar- d--d ecoundrels." "That may be,"
Mo., said old Thiad., "but which is our d-d
p with scoundrel ?"
Bket- Beattie ran a head of his ticket in
this parish and Wilts behind his, as
a the also (lid Hon. A. Nunez, candidate for
two Senntor.-Abbeville Meridiocnal.
seven Politics is a species of melancholy
es. tragedy in which feeble. Virtue is
alwaye slaughtered bp brawny vice.
g lady Addison has happily explained in
asted. his second paragraph whtt he com
id she plained ofin the first. The moral of the
If you whole story is that it won't do to kiek
saked, after the patty tomiuationnhavebeen
e left. made. Io voun mind that now.
Amp= POX.Y·~fp:. An
S Through late -ies of St. Lotis Tote
t pgs we have pther te into nar
n, inbaews, ctha conflVoi coi the d
, of6epresentati1es fro thirty Sta boths
ir hao assemble4 in that cty for th formi
Is purpose of diseassing the pradtida marw
U bility of growing Sorghum on a large of the
ir scale for producing sugar, as against of al
)f the cane of Louisiana. n othi
S It is everywhere admitted that the in
is producntion of sugar from Sorghaum re
quires such a great degree of themi- Tb
r" cal skill in its manufacture, besides patel
s- the very unrenumerative results that that
Is are obtained after the interminable Sena
,i process of boiling and reboiling have 0. D
Sbeen gone through, thattheprojected publi
Dr competition of sorghum versus the Itaw
of sugar cane amounts almost to a quix- and'
ie otic errand. our
When it is considered that Louisi- to th
al ash offers millions of acres of land little
Ad which require but the application of to w
is capital and industry to yield crops
ae that surpass in value the products of A
m the mines of Colorado and California, the i
r, it does indeed seem strange that the groe
intelligent men of this country should liam
he turn their backs upon these triedlands, the i
as to enter the broad and uncertain field that
tis ofexperimentation. -
The returns from the cane fields of -
n- Louisiana this year, show that our
Ts State is on the eve of re-entering the
ad path of prosperity underanspices that
oh ought to dazzle the minds of specula- W
is- tive andenterprising spirits through- Fati
out the entire Union. brot
ti- Good government, order and )aw to a
he are insured to our State in the future, rowi
and on all sides we hear. of astound
inug profits which will be reaped by love
is1 our sugar planters this season. It cati
in capitalists will seize the opportunity true
ter of investing their means in the culti- the,
icl vation of the numberless acres lying n
Iidle hereabouts, more sugar will soon of o
o be raised, while magnificent profits pati
ia-are realized, than will supply the en- alor
e." tire demand of the United States. B
When we reflect that a hogshead of pr'
re sugar can be raised at a cost of nothe
rb- more than forty dollars, and that iV reg
for many cases two of these can be ob- day
es. tained from one acre of land, each of lish
e0- which brings as high as one hundred
ear and thirty dollars, is it not the height
ca- of folly to discuss sorghum culture for
tea singlemoment I C1
te We hope that the Sorghum Boom
ent ers will comne down and examine for
hat themselves, what the sugar prospects
kly are in Louisiana before they burn
s their fingers in thenir more than lhaz- "Y
iss ardous enterprise.
will Our people are ready to welcome
such of their Northern and Western
tOre brethren to their midst, who will come
ow- to lend their means and energy
uch in extracting from our rich soil the
wealth that lies in wait for its extrac
b so After all the fuss and bluster of the sn
rer. past few days we feel like resting up
h bit, and as soon as we get in good
tri we will settle a few old score
mnge we have with Hyams, Gould, Jas
heir tremski and others. -Meridional. L
the You'd better lie still awhile, Addi
jing son, because Hyams is infuriated. He's
been pawing the ground and spitting
st is in )Iis hands for over a week, prepar
tion atory to raising some fellow by the
Inost "top knot." Gould is ominously si
ratic lent, and your humble servant is the
theI only one wiho is in a humor to take
'ople your impudence in good part. Don't J
and impose on good nature by extirpatingSe
ALL in a catastrophical, conglomerative, m
:tion revolutionary and annihilativefashion
lame the milk 6f human kindness possessed ~
will by the most inoffensive of your pros- I 1
col- pective victims. Go 'way white man, IH
es in you'se too bad. 1
hemn ---~ pl~
that The Shreveport Standard says "the l
poli- Minden Democrat gets off the following:
but "An Independent smile he amole,
h A Radical wink he wenk;
bl8 It was an Independentlthing to think L
will The Radical thought he thunik."
fu- It's "no great shakes," and we don't at
want any credit, but the CAPITOLIAN do
mnoe, was the first to snatch that thought fr
-not from the cobwebs of rural sentiment.
f his ' $
)ring DISTRESSING ACCIDENT-On Sunday ,
Iciale morning last, a most heart-rending (
etion accident occurred in the family of a a
than Mr. Prince, near New' Iberia. Mrs. ti
en ihe Prince had just laid her infant down o
t, the to sleep, in thebed beside a doubled z
r dol- mattress. During her absence some b
ry at one opened the matressover the sleep
n! ing bade, of course unconscious that t1
the child was beneath it. The con
go, be,,,,,,tatrfore then dre~ad- P
main, sequence was, that before the dread
ful mistake was discovered the poor a
Lead babe was smothered.-Sugar Bowl.
under On Monday morning last, a distress
urely ing accident occurred in the Prince
e! family, residing near New Iberia, re
suiting in Mrs. Prince's infant boing
idrew smothered to death between two mat
igned A strong temperance movement has
a us of been inaugurated in Atlanta, Georgia,
gress. known as the "blue ribbon" move
Thad. ment; 3000 persons have bound them
,, are selves to total abstinence.
r d-d Even if a boy is always whistling
"I want to be an angel," it is just as
well to keep the preserved pears on
:et in the top shelf.
ate for A bridal couple from Washoe Val
ley at breakfast conversed as follows:
icholy He-"Shall I skin your pertater,
;ue is honey ?" "No, thank you, dearie; I
lice.- have one already skun,"
ied in THE STATE ELECTIoN.-Three ron
com-rn sing hurraha are in order. Wiltz is
of the elected Governor by Thirty Thousand
:o kiek majority, the Constitution by Fifty,
eebeen andthe Debt Ordinance carried by
about Twelve Thousand majority.
An alt O eourd Igs
formed ar ea
marriage. We are n n
Sof the particulars, butthe t9ro lb.a
t of a private nature, anh politc d
nothing to do wi th the aaIr
·Ii j·~zau~tj~nflj~ liT - W
SThe Washington News says a 41
5 patch from St. Martdvillpv atae
t that Emile Detlege, ,A "cole ed '-e
e Senator, on Wenednday illedi E. and
e 0. Delahouessaye, sons of th ex-fe
I publican tax dollector of that parish.
eIt was a Republican hfimnily aflir,
-and we would call the attenition of
our confreres of the New York Times
to the incident as it may give them a
d little material for the outrage mill
Pf to work upon.
if A Niono IILLED.-In a quarrelon
, the Alice plantation, between two no
e groes, Drew Owens and John P. WIl
d liams, on the evening of thie 25th alt,,
*, the former was killed. It is alledged
d that Williams acted in self-defense.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.'
uHA. OsaMx BUsNVOIUIrrAUeoIAuIo,
BATox Rouos, Dec. 10, 1809.
WInEREAs, It has pleased our Heavenly
Father to call from our midst our fMend,
brother and Secretary, ED. C. BI3DE.,
,to a world of blies, and where no sor
rows enter; therefore
Resolved, That in the depth of our be
loved brother, ED. C. RIIEDBEL, the Asso
elation has lost one of its best members
and a zealous co-worker, his family a
true and loving husband and father, and
the community a good citizen.
SResolved, That we tender to the family
1 of our deceased brother our kindest sym
s pathies, and commend them to Himn who
alone can give consolation.
Resolved, That this resolution be
,f spread upon the minutes and a copy
furnished the family of deceased; that
Sthe members of the Association wear the
' regular badge of mournling for "thirty
days, and that this resolution be pub
Of lisbed in the Baton Rouge CAPITOLIAM.
d H. SCHORTEN, i
N. WAX Committee.
it J. FABERT,
Christmas is Coming
YOUR HRISTMAS DRESENTS
LOURvJ HRISTMAS I RESENTS
he sure to examine the
S PLENDID TOCK OF TEWELRY
PLENDID TOCK OFdJ EWELRY
SILVERWARE, &c., &c., at
vln40O JOHN JOHNSON'S.
SX MULES AND TWO HORSES
For sale cheap. by
n452t EDWABD SCHLOSS.
=The Nicest Assortment in
Baton Rouge, La-,
IConsisting in part of
Japanese Goods, Jewel Boxes, Vases, Toilet
r Sets, Bonquet Holders, Zulus Fancy Cologne e
Bottles, Lundberg's and Lubin a Extracts Co. t
imetics, Toilet Powders and Soaps Hair, Nail, u
Tooth and Shaving Brushes in great variety.
Also a splandid assortmuent of Pocket-Knives
Razorn ad Scissors of all the most celebratei
makers; Pistols, Cartridges, Powder Flasks
Shot-Pouches, Coal Oil Lamps. Chimneys and
Fixtures, Merobsaum and Briar Pipes, Cigar
Holders and Smokers' articles enerally.
Also a fresh sup ly of LANl)RET 'S GEN
UINE GARDEN SEEDS, Crop of 1879.
Call and examine my stock beforemakingyour
puehases. Allofthe above articles and others,
oo numerous to mention have just teen receivy
ed at W. T. CLiIVERIUS'S
Drug Store, Bogel's Old Stand.
POSTPONED SHERIFF'S SALE.
STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH COURT,
U Parish of East Baton Rouge, Nicholas Wax
vs. Richard N. Loucks, No. 1798.
Bt y virtue of a writ of i. fa., issued in the
above entitled and numbered suit and to me
x directed from the Honorable Court aforesaid, I
have seized and will expose to public sale in
front of the Court house of said pariah on
Saturday, the 3rd day of January
next, A.D. 1880, between the hours of eleven
o'clock, A. I. and four o'clock, P. M. of
s said dclay, all the right title, interest
and claim of the DefenHant, Richard N.
g Loucks, in and to four hundred (more or less)
acres of land, being a part of an undivided tract
of land of five hundred acres, more or less, in
. this parish, on Beaver Creek, and known as
"Mount Lucre," bounded on the north by lands
of M. Youngblouod east by lands of F. Bradford,
d south by lands of heirs of Richle , and west by
lands of D)aniel Sullivan bein the same acnquired
1e by purchase from Tax ooUector on the 9th day
- Seized to pay and satisfy the amount of Judg.
meant, interest and costs due in the above enti
It tied and numbered suit.
Terms of sale-on credit of twelve months, for
whatever the property will bring, parchaser to
. furnish a twelve months bond with good and
sufficient security, bearing eight per cent per
or annum interest, payable twelve months after
date, special mortgage with vendor's privilege
retained on the property sold, until full and
v1n45 J. W. BATES, Sheriff.
S INE WALTHAM WATCHES, in solid gold
I cases, from $40 np't JOHN JOHNSON'SB.
IN FanSOLID GOLD JEWELRY, a verylarge
g and well selected stock at low prices and
fully warranted, at J6HN JOB SON'S.
G OLD RINGS, Diamond, Amethyet, Cameo,
SPlain and Engraved Gold Rin. at
JOHN JOl NSON'8.
AB POLLED GOLD JEWELRY, the very best
I made. A large assortment at
ClILVER TLATED TIARE fF
n- ILVER . LATED rV ARE UF
every descriptio, sl Tripead fk uad~o le
Plato at decitoalJOHNJHSN.
E VERY THING sold at low price and war.
i g . ranted as renresented at John Johnson's.
DR. Fs M. BROOKS.
2O 00 LBS. Collier Company's
Strictly Pure White Lead.
F. M. Brooks, Agent.
FRESR PLASTER PARIS-Marble
F Dust and Plastering Hair, at Brooks'
2 LB8. New Crop Turnii Seed
Sdirect from Robert Ucist, Jr.,
also Buist's Premium Cabbage Seed, at
Brooks' Drug Store.
SAMPLE packages of black draught
S Liver Medicines given away at
je21 BROOKS DRUG STORE.
BRONZE and Dressing, for ladies' and
children's Shoes, at
je7 BROOKS' DRUG STORE.
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3 ,,F .~io·i~. lds:~ i
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a 1 '
:I A'vA~i Potsmto% & ll1;ttyis
BATON ROIJE, DEC:22,i.
A MAMMOTH EXHIBIT Q
5o Dh 01 AINALS, 50 slA5ulats R 3Sa 0o
DAILY DIU WN IR EAV0C8fr
THE ELEGA*TI : kPTZ1UP.
Is ftar t:in uwdep$evuy9ir qtjt4
£of ea 1*r
* das(eis '1ting .ý ,14 ooa
i Wa dI a '
C oe f a m o n a R u si n m a o
clFR $al Cist.OrN LAW a
and uneceptoal lar
chaIraLcteur ai 0me qris
man of maveo the
paradozYOL . ~ h7ii ý. end'
Dmli IOLEGTTL, fili hl Q
Air, inquhr thiil and beea a
anttrepid gractp e.rAedaIU. Vre o
odauntless and dating 1LionNO neaigeaGO
DONALDSON; . the
Sampson. J. W IR SON thae Uai
desoript entitled "The aOhq jitf ·
wild Wapiti.", . RUDOWE&.XiOK&
the famous Runaslan AthhaaE tea h ap
cladis. JOHl LAWTON @wQ ` m a. hers
A and unarreeptionil elowi .t he day.
FAMILY;p equestrias nd proný ,
the' groa~t marvls f te ad p0!d
without quals.. F j
evincing a perfection of trainin hitherto unat.
tempted. MLLE. CBRISTINE, the beautiful and' "
brilliant tightrope dancer. Three more) ,
"Fools of the Family! "
SWM. ABBE, ARCHIE. CAMPBtLL AND
Arranged in a series of Crystal Tanks, filled with the wierd.Wild Waders of O.tm, Lake and
River, including its countless specialties a sohpol of fohdr able 81A LIONS frees the fto.
son Oceans of the Arctic Zone. They coat everP 060, ad oosm 500oads
of fresh fish dalI.A AFICgA 4S R COP DIIfor hSportda L r, r ta e
river Nile. M l l aDUor LeO d, re a
singular specimens of the monsters e the great deep.
Embraces the following rare Zoological and Ohitbo ogial Specieua:
A Herd of Elephants!
Individuals of every known species in the heard, aggregating a weight of 50,00poand5.
A Blac1. African Ostrioch,
The Largest of all Birds: the specimen on exhibition standing 19 ft. high sal ost ,00.
THE. GREAT AFRICAN' ELAND!
The most beantiful as well as the largest of Amsial tribe.
A LARGE DROVE OF DIMINUTIVE SHETLAND POE1S, AND THE GREAT
AUSTRALIAN BIRD SHOW.
A £rawr *t.oo.t P *.4 t
Will take place between the hohn, of a8nd 1A.M. The i U wb y the
Goldeu Car of the Conqueror DRAWN BY A DiROVE OR EeIFUA1.
"e Do not failto eaeit.2
Two Exhibitions Daily...............Doors open at 1 and 7 P. M.
Ht REMEMBER-The price of Admission has been redhced to 75 cts.
Children 60 cents.
THROUGH L. JADOT,
Mondav, Decer .ber 22ncd, 1879
The day my Great World's Exposition Exhiblts at atoen Rouge, I will se at Public Auction
150 ane Ktukyk, Ohio maianu 3013 AnD 1 a1s 1
Also alot of lUTLAND PONIES. 95 GOOD OPEN TOP BUGGIES 8 P ARM AND
SPRING WAGONS. 100 SETS OF GOOD WQg HARSg BUOGGY
HARNESS, BLANKETS, RAL 5E.8 WE1PS, Ac.
All the above will be sold cheap for Csh, as I sam going to trael by Boat ter alame of tho
season. Remember, now s to thne to et good work horne, w anaes, etc., cheap
for cash. The sale will positively ake ace on Monday. DoIbslIbttb.M lis1ussa the
Penitentiary-to commence directly after 11 o'elook A. IL., and sentss utelle stooki suold.
J. F. ROBINSON
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