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Frank oder' Saloon ana Restaurant,
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
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
Hoping to see his friends and the public,
hill endeavor to give them general satis
S. W. SLATER,
Book-Binder and Blank Book
No. 23 No. 23
0rJMusic bound in every style--Periodicals
Pamphlets, Magazines and Newspapers bound
Blank Books Ruled and bound to any
Cotton Weighers' and Sugar Brokers' Books
mrd4 to order. marl4.ly
O f London and Paris,J
hironlometer and Watch M r
No. 24 Commercial Place,
The most difficult and Delicate Watch
Making undertaken and promptly executed;
Watches Ompensated and timed, for Astrono
[ rAll work guaranteed and terms mode.
:szD'I AIOKLEN, ED. CLAREN.
Aioklen & Claren,
Wholesale Dealers in
B M ®® a , Iuce qunrmsp et 0.
NO 94 MAGAZINE STREET,
NEAR 'OYDRAS STREET,
oct26 ly New Orleans.
Ice! Ice11 Ice!!!
T HE undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Carrollton, and the
public generally, that he will keep constantly
on hand a supply of ICE, during the sum
Persons leaving their orders for Ice at the
Store, formerly occupied by Mr. S. Cohn, cor
ner of Cambrornne and Levee streets, will be
served in any part of this City.
Attached to his establishment be also a
SODA WATER SALOON, at which wil
be found a choice variety of fruits etc., etc.
The citizens throughout this City and the
community generally are invited to favor the
Sub.criber with their orders, which shall be
spedily and punctually attended to.
Carrollton. April 14, 1860. 4m
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
EMPIRE COAL YARD,
Families can always be supplied with the best
At Market Prices.
n5 ly ANDREW JONES.
ROBERT L. PRESTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And General Collector,
OFFICE-On Ifampaonn hrs t i, eelen Canal((
AveInue and Dublin ,trets,
Sjttmrney ann QFonsellar at gate,
O~ioe and residc,,,e onUnnal..l ren,,e, olJoite
tIe Court hoseoe.
A. N. OGDEN, Jr.
ATTORNEY ATr LAW.
W\iLr. lraciciehIs lrfes in in the Parish,
of Jefferson Ial thle city of NCew Orleans
Office-No. PG St. Charlres street, New Or
J. S. WVITAKER,
itoitgt asxh tunstllor at e~at
Offoe, No. 6 Exohange Place,
(Left hand--up stairis,)
NfEW ORLEANS, LOUTISIANA.
R. KIiNG CUTLER
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
No. 5 Commercial Place,
u25 Nuw ORLAaA-:L
MORTIMER 11I REYNOLDS,
Storne! at aIu----- botat.
George A. Pike,
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT,
BATON ROUGE, L.A
ROMPT attention given to r '-y of Land;
the collection of Salaries of J udges, Dis
trict Attorneys, etc.
Parish Treasurers can receive the amourrtof
quarterly apportionment out of Public School
. Fund, by drawing arrants on the State 8up
SBlank wara and infortupn-Gratis.
OF EKVERT KIND,
NEATLY IDONE AT THIS OFFICE.
FAMILY GROCERY&VARIETY SIORE.
Corner of Levee and Jackeon streets.
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public in general, that he has con
stantly on hand all articles usually kept in a
well selected General Store, and of the best
quality, cunsisting of
Coffee, Sugar, Tea,
Butter, and Cheese,
of the best quality.
of every variety.
Also, constantly on hand,
OATS and BRAN.
Will be kept on hand during the entire season.
All of which are offered for sale at moderate
'3Hie respectfully invites the public to give
him a call. d31-ly
Corner of Second and Jefferson streets
and Retail dealer in
GROcERIEs, Liquors. Wines, Glass, China,
Earthern, Wooden, Willow and Hardware.
Sancy and Staple
A large assortment of feed, consisting of
All of whieh is offered at the lowest Gity
C0rroliton, February 11, 1S60. ly
GENERAL GROCERY STORE.
Nrrth-west corner of Dublin and Second Sta.,
CITY OF CARROLLTON,
R R GOODS AND SHOES
BRY HARD, TIN WOODEN
AND WVJIJOW WAthgE
HAY 00K, QTrIND BRAN;
LIME, AOR N D CARCOAL;
..' C s" I t
The articles 3n hand, arto9 numerous to mention
in deta brsR thePublic Is respectfully invited
to exam stock, carefully selected by mysell
and otfer lie
* CASH PRICES!
Every article gnseateed as represented or they may
be returned. Orders sfilled promptly and carefully.
WAStM I 1ACrIN'1ES. "
The palo are m respectfuly invlied tb exaste and
wltness in operation,
THE "TOLURST" PATENTy
1='" The undersigned, pssegssin ole right of
disposing of the abovo Machins- nughout the,
parishes of Jefferson and St. CharIes prefers giving
a practical demonstratiou of their superior merits,
rather than extolling them over every other appa
ratus used heretofore for the purposes of wishing.
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
cl,s, and he will take pleasure in washing them in
their presence, thereby showing thelim the superior
(ltlu55ities of the Machine-aud also the ease and fa
cility with which the service is performed wvit but
a ssall [aimount of labor.
S. IPURIRELL, Proprietor,
fe,,5--69 Cor. Seco:,d & Tl)ublin ets., Carrollton
CAILROLLTON REAL E:STATE, NOTE, STOCK AND
OFFICIE NO. 12, SECONI FLOOR,
33 EX1HANGE ALLEY,
BETWEE.N CUSTOMHOUSE AND BIENVILLE STREETS,
SI Elti:llY annsoces. to his friends and the public
"- that oe ;., o:ee'lltt · nntTOP..Cce at the abOve 1,'ace
smi tl ..w e , ' .`a"! is 'i, a general REAl, ISiATE
As t'N0 Y it.: IN "SS. lisylng atdl Selllng on tomi
ui ,hn, itcls thig s',I t'ohllstiig Itents, and paying
'l' \1s.. A'.. tor othiss. . \hlsi so rsqsllllst .
11 Hi s tessll.ivs k s sswisss ge of the Iloc.tlol l of all the
dsis1rablth lropelty3 iss 5slsrrsoniiOi. swill esllsthse slitt to
gi~te ilny rill 5 l sllls,l'llrstisol l coln elrillll lg Isrlss'lrty
located tlhelr'i tlhat llay Ihe ds.-iredl . All IusinIess
elsllrstlestd I, hillm will be prosultly nldt ca:re'slly at
SIll s rsist-d ara l a ntlllilst roved Property coilstantly on
It Ii lls l ti s los i ts l t 1 m11 l rsl tsa Is , ll t eriffs. l's'rsonsx ,
\wiihslig t, rs-sllt or pUrsllih-s ~sllsneOir RIts'Iis.-ices
In or u,.ar('arrolltoi s. will ple s e give hllt a call.
Slicll hollrsi frol 9 t A. M. to 3 . r 1 M., I11 tlls City,
aulid Irsllt 4 is 6 P. M., at his l 'eidlcnce. In Carrollton.
'hIs 9lh. 1859.
iI)iLE AND I.1RNESS MIAKING,
C OAC H TR.I IAIN INCG.
T. IIAETJER. on levee etreet, bctlass-n St.
V 1 * rar and UDIsr .lute streets. ('lCty , t'arroll
toss. attenIsi to th- maklllg ansi repairing of ,.stlhles.,
Iisrnsslts. &c.. and also the psilntlllg, v rllrll.sisin oIsss
trltnllllig of all kllnls si pileasure vehicles. All
wVil'k stltrustesl to hlut will be donle In a wsorkmianlk.
In tne,0 r. leC.l 1- 7.
B F. SMITH,
No. 3 STORY BUILDI)ING,
Corner of Calnp anlt Comllln n streets. New" Orleans-i
Ansl 19 Bosl street. New York.from Jutlse tos NoV,
Both ollec:s will be op the enthie year.
VulcaRnite Sets............. ............. .................... . .. 150
P'lain Sets.............. ............... ....... $1
Single asstlcator. frost................... ..$10 sto s
told sor Platlat Sets. If dslestred. anid all other O'.
tlons careCfllily performesd. U47
DR. I. W. ALLEN,. DR. O.W. IOBINSON.
DRS. AILEN & ROBINSON
epD~ xpa P 41 Og^,
MEG HANICAL DEN
No. 140 Canal stree Btrour
febl5.1ly N Orlel
Campsmaker, No. 9
Cemp sa"r _ leans. Partieu
lar atten repairing of Wat
Phoenix C(offed House,
t -l-- U r Avenue and lamplon
Sake /J '
ýdoo uýej ae,
9a ed lfea4.,
k lant .*
a 'a zteA
j7acaI,'d .4 aic.
o, ueooo 5eaL4
faeak'a od ddial
r7 Yf a 1e.. o e .
Where pure and Frebh Drugr, Medicinet,
Chemicais, Perfumery. &c.. are always on
hand and ftr a1
VICTOR BURTHE-Judge of the Third Judicial
District Court. C ity of
DisraICT ATTORNEv---Robert L. Preston.
Jury Terms-First Monday in January and
mae-First Monday in March,
member ; and on
. L. Preston
S *ct-Wm. Fish.
Seventh isetrict-N. Betz.
Pinance-Mesars L. L. Levy, Jacob Miller
and L. CPerret.
Judiciary-Messrs R. L. Preston, Levy and
Police Committee-Messrs L. C. Perret, N.
Betz and Fish.
Parish Committee-Robert L. Preston.
School Committee--For the Flast School
District, Jacob Miller.
For the Second School District--Robest L
For the Third School District--William
For the Pourth School District--,Nicholas'
Betz. . ;
Secretary and Treasurer-C. oyer, ,
Parish Tax Collector-J.J. J. y r.ria , ".
Printer-M. G. Davis. . .
Syndic-Jacob Weiyel. '
Sergeant-at-Arms--J. F. Zeller. .
JUSTIOC *I THE PEACE.
1st District- I Bradford.
2d District-Y.~ Lacorgne.
3d District . Kamper.
5th Districtl F. Bissbee.
6th District fort.
Ist Disirict- P. P. Poche.
2d District--Edmond xregoirco,
3dq trcty.c-S. Kernerd -
.5t1"D'trit. -Henry Parkert.
7.ih istrict . Joseph Kief.
CA ROILLTON OFFICERS.
Co a 1, ~ball inst bn 1 ampson and Second stis
Cortmeilmen--IC. Engleman, F. Fisher. G.
Seerrle, F. Schuler, Geo. Brookes,
-. ohn Davenpiort, William Mayo,
mlnd J. R. Hutchison.
Finance Committee - J. R. Hutchison, r.
Schuter..- John Davenport and
" Charles Engleman.
Streets end Landings - George Brookes, F
Filshr, Wm. Mayo and Geo
- tHelle. . ..
Secretary. and Comptroller--C. C. Porter.
Treasurer and Collector-W. L. Duffy.
Surveyor-W. H. Williams.
Attornay--W. . Upjon.
C .mssary and ASgiz-w.oIery Deibcl.
fnter-M. G. Davis."
Principat Assessor-C. !. Porter.
lAssistant Assessors--P. Trahant and L
- SCHOOL IOARID.
SWV. H, Williams, President-Messrs. D.
M. Hollingsworth, Dr. Thomas Campbcll, A.
S. Fertlr, J. Daveaport, NCpConmandcur and
J. J. Herrle.
Scretary-Q. C. Borter.
Central Sehool-A ,R.1: Hutchison, Jr., and
Miss M. E. McStay.
Jefferson School--ilr. Thomas Preston and
Miss Leanora Jones.
IrWashitgton Sclhol- Mrs. Frances J. Ives
Siand Miss.,Anna Amanda McComb.
JIstice ofie -pe7~e-John D. Kamper.
EFFERSON0 CITY OFFICERS.
Councilmen-First Ward, T'. G. Noel.
Second Ward, WV. U. Cutler.
J. C. Davenport.
Third Ward, P. E. Wilden.
Fourth Ward, Jules Dolhonde.
J. J. Gidijre.
Fifth Ward, Thos. S, Elder.
Secretaldry and Comptroller-E. W. Grinmge,
Commissary-E. R. Chevalley.
P-rinter-James G. Henry.
Surtveyor-Wna. IH. Williams.
Arrives daily at half-past 10 A. i.; and
leavestor mew Orleans 112 a., daily.
H ENRY HEUCHERT-Grocery Store
on Levee street, Greenville
U C K L EY HI. P.--Watchmaker arst
Jeweller, No. 8 Camp stree,, N'e.
THE undersigned respectfiully rettisUs his
thanks to his friends and
the public generally, 0ti the'lib
eral patronage he has heretofore.
received at their hands, and takes the oppo.
tunity of informing his old custom"s, and theb
travelling public in general, that hb will kee
on hand constantly for hire, t' -
Horses, -W o
Buggies, " I
at his Livery Stable, on Madison street,'
tween Hampson and Second streets, City o
Horses and Buggies kept on Storage by the
He respectfully solicits a continuance of the
Carrol!ton, October 5th, 1859. ly
GEORGE H. VINTEN,
. PAPER WAREHOUSE,
No. 105 POYDRAS STREET,
a- furnishing of every description,
;'" at Manufacturers' Prices.
.pbt for the sale of
R. OE & CO.'S PRESSES,
JAMES CONNER & SON'S TYPE.
flDOld Type taken in exchange for Newf
t 10 cents per pound.
I7YSecond-hand Presses bought and sold.
'1 A ILOR.
W OULD respectfully return his
sincere thanks to his friends and
the public In general, for the liberal pa
tronage he has heretbfbre received at thoeir
hands, and now takes the opportunity of in.
firming them that he is prepared as usual to
take measures and furnish any and all kinds of
for men and youths.
Coats, Pantaloons and Vests,
m.de at the shortest notice, and on the mos
EDpHe respectfully solicits a continuance
of the public patrouage.
*'ailor Shop on Levee, between Cambronne
hnd Jefferson streets, Carrollton. d12-1y
TACOB REINHARDT-Boot and Shoe
A Maker,.corner of Levee and Cam-
bronne streets, Carrollton. Will at-.i
..t4 promptly to all business entrusted T
t care. Boots and Shoes repaired and
at the shortest notice, and on the most
le terms. Oct. 5 1859-ly
>p offee House,
S P O and
LEVEE and MADISON ST'S.,
oct ly Carrollton.
For the Parish of Jefferson, and the Cities of
Carrollton and Jefferson. All business en
trusted to him will Iret with prompt atten.
OFFICE -- On Cartal Avenue, between
Hampson and Second streets, City of Car
J. F. ZELLER,
IN AND FOR THE PARISH OF JEFFERSON
Will attend promptly to the Collection of al
BILLS that may be entrusted in his hands.
He will be found at the Court House, at
C. P. -2EIDI=MAN,
pnathrary adh rruggi±t,
R ESPECTFULLY tenders his thanks to
his friends and the public in gene
ral, for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon him, and begs a contin
uance of the samie. lie continues to keep
Sconstantly on hand a geneial assortment
of Fresh DauGs, MJEDECINES, CiiEMl
CALs, PEFUMERY, &c., &c., also the
following articles, to wit :
Bliss Dispeptic Remedy,
HAS TIIE LARGEST SALE OF ANY MEDICINE
IN THE WORLD.
Cure Warranted.-Price, $2 per Bottle.
That Great Remedy,
Sovereign and Unrivalled Remnedy,
For Gonorrhca and Glet,
Price, $2 per bottle.
The best Cure for
Price, $1 per Bottle.
Dn. D. FAYNES'
Received direct from
C..P HEIDMAN, Drulggist,
On Levee street, between Cambronne and
Madison steets, Carrollton. (ocl9 ly
T HE undersigned respectfully informs his
friends and the public, that he has been
re appointed a N'OT.qR Y PUBLIC n and
for the Parish of Jefferson, by his ex 'cency
overnor 'T. O. Moore; that his office is at
the. Council Hall, in Carrollton, and that all
Notarial Business will be promptly attended
to and moderate charges made therefor.
,Ra4-1y C. C. PORf'E!,
"l'ERMAN THEFILER, Coff-ehouse and
IL Grocery Store, corner of Levee and
Short street, cnrrollton.
J E. TRUDEAIU, Attorney and Coun
J* sellor at Law. No 44 Exchange
n1 REIN II A RD T--Blacksmith and
L_ Vheelright. Shop on Levee street,
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