1878 feb 19 koch, j not been in New Orleans for some time

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1878 feb 19 koch,  j not been in New Orleans for some time - ing n oianzcins mien are at .the ·day. · The...
ing n oianzcins mien are at .the ·day. · The DaUas Omtmsrcial siys in · to tha paragraph of the KEITS of 'day, copied from tho Kew Orleans Tima, giving an account of art on Uic p.vrt or r, party representing io!f t5 Tfl J. Koch, from Dallas, to iwindlo Prudhomme Co., of; Orleans: '. . : ; Mr. Ullmca', «o well known In this city, callttd t,r, '.ho Ci-iiiurciel office. In compajiy wlih Mr. J. Kcch. and atMed that De that 31. Koob has aot been at New name time. ilr. Xxch snyfl that he can the «un« oy numbers of otherj hero. The Fairflcid Recorder says a brother of Gtn. Bragt;, Capt. Dunbar ijragg, has locg bcea . citizen of Fritestone

Clipped from The Galveston Daily News19 Feb 1878, TuePage 2

The Galveston Daily News (Galveston, Texas)19 Feb 1878, TuePage 2
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  • 1878 feb 19 koch, j not been in New Orleans for some time

    reetkoch – 27 Dec 2013

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    This article is in regard to an alleged swindle of cotton sales. It turns out later that Samuel Adler, an old associate of Jacob Koch was doing business using the alias J. Koch. These two were business partners gone sour back in Chicago.

    reetkoch27 Dec 2013

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