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WASkING KACHIES8.
The public are respectfully invited to examine and
"4 . witness in operation,
THE "TOLIIURST" PATENT
SealPSfJl W.ASUI R.
The undersigned, poaessing the sole right of
disposing of the above Machines throughout the
parishes of Jefferson and St. Charles, prefers giving
a practical demonstration of their superior merits,
rather than extolling them over every other appa-j
ratus used heretofore for the purposes of washing.
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
cles, and he will take pleasure in washing them in
their presence, thereby showing them the superior
qualities of the Machine-and also the ease and fa.
cility with which the service is performed with but
a small amount of labor.
8. PURSELL, Proprietor,
fe25-69 Cor. Second A. Dublin sts., Carrollton
Family Grocery and Variety Store.
MAX LINTiNGER,
003ER OF LEVEE AND JACKSON STREETS, CARROLLTON
W OULD most respectfully inform his former cu
tomers ands he community at large, that he h
now on hand and is daily receiving regular supplie
of all the articles usually kept in a well assorted
general Store: consisting of
Family Groceries,
Of t&e very best quality-such as
TEA, COFFEE,
SUGAR, SPICES, &c.
HAMS, LARD, BUTTER & CHEESE,
Of the most approved brands.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
And CLOTHING, in great variety;
Also-Feed of all kinds ;
HAY, CORN, OATS, BRAN, &c. &c.
All of which are offered for sale at very moderate
elee and on liberal terms,
giP He Invites the attention of the community
to his present stock.
Carrolltdn, 187. n5-1y
NEWIV GROCERY STORE,
Levee street, between Cambronne and Jefferson
streets, City of Carrollton.
FREDERICK BEERMAN,
Would most respectfully inform his friends, and
the community generally, that he has now com
4in d the Grocery business at the above location,
that his stock on hand consists of a very
SPERIOR QUALITY, AND ALL FRESH.
He has on hand every variety of fine Groceries,
Liquoss, Wines, Lard. Butter, Sugar, Coffee, Tea,
sheese, Crockery, Woodenware, &e., &c., with al.
most every other article to be obtained in a
Ip'FINE GROCERY STORE,.,,
All of which are offered to the public at the most
reasonable rates.
The public are Invited to call and satisfy them.
selves
m5.1a4 F. BEERMAN.
8. PURSELL,
GENERAL GROCERY STORE.
North-cwest corner of Dublin and Second Sts.,
CITY OF CARROLLTON.
DEALER IN
GROCERIES DRY 000DBS
AND WILLOW'WAIdEt
HAY OOBN, OATS AND BRAN;
LIME, SAND AND CHARCOAL;
The articles 3n hand, are too numerous to mention
in detail therefore the Public is respectfully invited
to examine my stock, carefully selected by mysels
and offered at the
LOWEST CASH PRICB8 1
lvej7 article guaranteed as represented, or they may
he returned. Orders fi1ed promptly and carefully.
Carrollton. Jy26-n8
GENERAL STORE.
G BOES, (late Boass A Saaoanaa,) corner of
L. Levee and Leonidas streets, Carrollton, having
greatly enlarged and improved his establishment,
would respectfully inform his friends and the public
generally, that he Is now receiving a large and well
assorted stook of all varities of Goods, such as:
OROCERIES,
LIQ UORS,
WINES,
HAMS,
LARD,
a BUTTER,
HIA RD WARE,
CR O CKER Y.
WOOD WARE,
CL 0 THINIG,
HA 7'S & CA PS,
BOOTS & SHOES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
Also-FEED-of all kinds; all of whih are offer
ed for sale at very low prices, with full guarantee as
to quality.
lie therefore invites all persons to call and exa
mine for themselves.
G. BOESE,
(Late B. & S.) 8uccessors to F. Fisher.
Carrollton, August, 185T. au8-t
WIENDERLIN HERRLE,
GENERAL STORE.
Corner of Second and Jej/erson streets
W EIT 11LESA L1
V aIIOLd Rietnil dealer in
GROCERIES. I.puors. W\'ines, ;lanss, China,
Eartherni, Woodn, .. IIu. anud Ilardware.
Itanc ansi S/tall
D)ry Goods.,
Boots,
Shoes 1
and i ;aps.
-ALSO-
A largo asrtintuonit of fied. consisting ot
Corn.
Oats,
()il-Cake 'c,.,
All ,of which i offi'red at the lon est (1 Cy
prices.
('trrollion, Fehrtarv it, 160. Iv
C'ofee-house rnd Boat rding -house Keeper,
(Formerly Brunks' lhise)
corner of Levee ntid ('anbrlotllno street, city
of tnrrolhtot.
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!
Mr. J.. lIOl)GE would most re.pectfully
infornt the citizeis ofC('arrollton, nd the pullllc
geneially, that he will Ikeep t-)otstantly on
hanir a supply of lt'E, during the summer
mn0itllhs.
Ptetots leaving their orde'rs for clee at the
ahove Coffee-house, will have them pronlptlyv
attended to.
A ttached to his etnhblishment hie also k ee ,s a
SODA & MEAD SALOON,
at which will invartibly h,, founi a chotce
variety of Confectiuery, F'ru.tts., , Nuts, etc.
'l'hi citizelOl thr ,,uCitI , hri Cilty a1nd the
co, tu nltltity ,et'i rl arltire iC\v'idt to iai ,,r the
Subser'iber with thitr patrouge, which shall
be spedily and pwuctually attended to.
.T. HODGE.
Ctrrohlhnn, Julv 18, !6~0; itn
EXTRAOURDINAREY BALI
OF
GOLD PENCILS
WITH GOLD PENS ATTACHED,
OR
GOLD LOCKETS.
A GOLD PENCIL with Gold Pen Attached,
OR
GOLD LOCKET,
FOR FIVE DOLLARS!
AND A PRE MIUM to each PURCHASER
worth from $2 00 to $300.
A FTER two years' profitah'e experience in
our present mode of disposiug of our JEW
ELRY; etc., and from the universal satisfaction
given to all who have patrmon!ed out. hb;;e, we
take pleasure in aying that we now consider our
business FAIRLY and PE.RMANENTLY established.
We wish it understood thst this is no LOTTERY,
but ia fair and legitimate sale, in which each pur
chaser gets the value of his or her money a
GOLD PENCIL with GOLD PEN
Attached. or a GOLD LOCKET, worth
$5 each, which cannot be bought at any retail
store for the same price; and in addition to the
purchase, each person receives a Premium of Jew
elry, not less in value than $2, and it may be
worth $3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 30, 50, or even 8300 I
NO MONEY RISKED !
We propose to let a person know what Premium
he will receive before sending his money. Any
Lady or Gentleman desiring one of the above arti
cles, can first send us their name and address,
stating whether they want the Pencil and Pen, or
Locket. and we will make their selection, and in
form them by return mail what Premium they are
entitled to. They can then have the privilege of
sending for it if they choose.
Our plan, from long experience in the above bu
silness, has given general satisfaction, as each pur
chaser can SELL or TRADE the above articles for
all they cost him, and retain the Premium gratis.
If, however, any person -hould feel disposed to
send us their money in advance, they can rely upon
being as fairly dealt with as though they had made
previous application.
Any person sending us $25 for our goods will
receive a Pencil and Pen and Premium, or Locket
and Premium, free.
For full particulars send for a Pencil and Pen,
or Locket.
Among our Premiums are articles suitable for
Ladies and Gentlemen, such as
GEN'I'LEMEN'S GOLD AND SILVER
WATCHES, GOLD VEST AND GUARD
CHAINS. GOLD SLEEVE BUTTONS,
GOLD WATCH KEYS,
Gold Shirt Studs-plain and with settings: Gold
Scarf Pins-new style;Gold Breast Pins, California
Diamond Pins, Gold Rings, etc., etc.
FOR LADIES,
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Mosaic, Gold
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins and
Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve Buttons,
Gold Belt Slides, Gold Rings, etc., etc.
Also-Pianos, Melodeons, Musical Boxes, Accor
deons, etc., etc.
Unexceptionable References given whenever
required.
' N. B--In sending your names, write the
State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid
letters being miscarried. Address,
ANGLE & CO.,
JyS1 102 Canal street, (Old No.) New York.
JAM'E M. EDNEY.
.anb sizan tr
Pianos, relodeonI Paam.s, bafes, Sewing
Rachines, &e.
PUsLiulsa of "Cherokee Phpysian," "Croneolog o
N.C." " Southern Blshops,' "Hick-y Nut Falls, *c.
147 Chambers-street, £1ew York.
Buys every kind of AIeirchandige
Directly from Jobbers, Importers, Manufacturers,
and Wholesale Dealers, (either for Cash ora
time,) on the best possible terms.
Commission for Buying & Ifoswardlng, 21 percent,
REFEIREMUiCEB.
Wilson G. Iluut & Co. R. S. Foster,.,D. D. Ev
New York. anston, Ill i
Ross, Falconer & CR. J. M. Jordan £ Co. Ohl.
New York. cage, Ill.
Mellus, Courit-r & Sher- {S. B Erwin, Esq. Wash
wood, Ne-w York. i Ington, D. C.
Cook, DIowd, liaker &, D. I). T. Moore, Esq.,
Co. New York. I Rochester, N. Y.
Furmans Davis & Co. N. 'V. M. Wightman, D. D
York. I Spartinsburs , S.C.
A. T'1'. lruce & Co. New Rev. C. C. Gillespie, N.
York. I Orleans, La.
A. II. t(alo & Co. New( ,John W. Stoy, Esquire,
York. Charleston, S. C.
M h'l'heeters (;heselilin, lion. 11.F'. Perry, Green
Norfolk. Va. ville, R. C'.
Odom & Cletmnats, Nor- l,on. W. AC Graham,
folk. Vai. I. llillsboro', N. C.
Iin. John Ilaxter,Kuox-j iHol Clhas. Mainly, Ra
ville. T inii. I hilgh, N. C.
IRev. WV. G. BIrownlow. :ll,. J. W. Ellis, Ra
Kno'vtll; lT' ,,nn. l igh, N. C.
Ilon. Thos. L. Jones. lion. I). I.. Swain, Chap
Newlport. Kv. 1 ,1 lill, N. C.
Birown& M,Millar,WVasht Chas. F. I)o(ns, D. D.
ingtn, 'Te,xas. i \Vilson, N. C.
W. R I). ltlchardson, (Gas- C. P. Meulienhall, Gr'ns
veston, 'I','T au. ! boro, N. C.
I). AyrS's. 1Iq., iGalvns D)r. J. E. anut, Macon,
tol, "I' s. Miss.
D. It. McAnally, 1,. I1.' Mlvatts .. Toler, Marion,
St. louis, Ms . I Ala.
W. II. ('ro,,ks. Evi., 'hiladllhia, Pal.
LIVERY STABLE,
THE understgned respectfully returns his sincere
thanks to iis friends and the putlic in genera',
forw the liberal patrosnage he has heretofore receiveJ
at their hands, anid takes this opportunity olin
furming his old customers and the travelling publici
in general that he will keep on hand constantly
for hire,
liORSES, CARRIAGE
UIII;(;ES, CART'S & WAGONS
at his Livery rStable, on Madison street, between
Ilaipson snd a Secsndi street,- in this city.
ilorses and Iiuggies kept on storage by the dlay.
lie respectfully solicits a continuance of the publio
~IIronage. ENRY JURGENS.
Carrollton, August, 1 -7. au-t f
George A. Pike,
GENERA!. t( h,[LEtT'lIN( AGENT,
P. ROM11PT attbntioi eLivitn tio 'n5ry of iand •
the collectuon of Salaries of . ludlgis, .),s=
srict Attornvys, etc.
Parish Tueasursrs cain receive iho amouti?- I,
quarterly ai p',rtionmu nt os f ,stoPublb. i <chool
FuIssi, by drawhig watrast. on5 the state Sup
erin ste in;n.
Hl!amk ,sarrats ns ani formation-G ratia.
N. (OMMl1 ANIJE IR,
Sttornrt r nb L oarsllor at fabj
.t' LtIiOlITON, LA.
Ol1Vs-s smnd resissssce in Oal. e~en
A. N. OGDEN, Jr:
AT T¢ NEY AT TLAW.
, isA prl li s itt ritse PariIsh
of jefie I thc cutr of N'w Oi;leans
L)t(ce-- Nc 4. Ch'ar'~ls ,,'ct, Newv or
leasisa ap2t3f.
SUPERIOR READY MADE CLOTHING
AND
GENTLEMEN'S
FURNISHINIG GOODS.
Trunks,
Valises,
Traveling Bags,
Bonnet Boxes Mo.
I will from this date offer my large aseo
LINEN GINGHAM,
MERINO. ALPACA,
BUMMER CLOTH AND
0OATS, PANTS A
GaF4 TLY REDIf0
Also-WHlUj,"ind COLORED
BOSOM SHIRTS, GAUZE
THREAD. ZEPHYR
MUSLIN UNDERSBIRTS;
MERINO, BILK and COTTON
Drawers, Half H
ls.. Gentlemen, Intending to
well to call and examtine. in
Ladles' and
SOLE LEATHER AND "I$.R
S. ' 1PýT:I.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORI
No.. 13 and 15 Camp st.
Frank Roder's Saloon andRestaurant,
B.fAR ROOM,
Pistol Gall. '_ and Bath-House,
LAKE END, CARROLLTON & LAKE RAILROAD.
FRANK RODER would respectfully in
form his fri-nds and old customers, and
tihe public at large in general, that he has
givea his establishment, at the Lake End of
the Garrollton and Jefferson Railroad, a thor
ough renovating, is now prepared to receive all
those who nmiy favor him with their patronage.
His Bar-room, will be as usualsupplied with
the best of Wines and Liquors.
Parties can be accommodated at his Res
taurant,with all kinds of FISH, CRABS, etc,
which the market affords, and of the best
quality and style.
His Pistol Gallery and Bath [louse are in
complete order for visitors.
T'Ihe Road along the Lake Shore from the
Shellroad to his Restaurant, having been put
in complete repairs.
Parties who may wish to take a Buggy ride,
will find it very convenient to call at his house
as he has the best horse stand on the Lake
Shore.
Hoping to see his friends and the public,
he will endeavor to give them general satis
faction. mh24.9m
S. W. SLATER,
Book-Binder and Blank Book
No. 23, No. 23
t COMMERCIAL PLACE,
NEW ORLEANS.
tFMusie bound in every style-Periodicals
PamphletseMagazines and Newspapers bound
to drder.
Blank Books Ruled and bound to any
Pattern.
Cotton Weighers' and Sugar Brokers' Books
made to order., mnarl4.ly
J. PASCAL, .I
LOf London and Paris, j
Chronometer and Watchm Maker,
No. 24 Commercial Place,
' NEW ORLEANS.
The most ditficult and Delicate Watch
Making undertaken and promptly executed;
Watches Ompensated and timed, for Astrono
mical Observators.
[[AI.wey k guaranteed and terms mode
rate. marl4-ly
B. F. S1(ITH,
DENTAL SUROEON
No. 3 STORYi BUILDING,
Corner of Camp and Common streets. New Orleans
And 19 Bond street. NewYork. fromn June to Nov,
Bth offices will be op the entire year.
Vulcanit n i ets.................................................$150
Plrgyli MastlCatbr. from.........i...... ...$10 to $30
(oll, or 'Ialatta 8et. If desired, and all other Otpe
tlons carefu.l performed. n4T
SADDLE AND fARNESS MAKIN,
AND
C A . tSI'= - 3T " M :I 1 " "G-.
S7 BAET.I:R. on Levee street. between St.
w )ljry a.,.l U plcr Line streets, City of Carroll
ton. httileits to the Illnakg ant repalring of Saddles,.
liarst,,.. Sc.. ant also th paintlrIng, varnishing and
tr'l:it |itttg ii ill kitdI l of pleatsIL re vehiles. All
wtrk ntrtlste, to hIMlll will be done In a workmanlike
anln 'r. dec.ll-n4IT.
STEPHEN KERNER,
I)ctLI'C AU'CTTONEER for the Parish of JefTer
Sson and the Cities of Carrollton and Jefferson.
All Ittsiness entrusted to him will meet with prompt
attenti',n.
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
.A7' TIlE
ElYIPIRE COAL YARD1,
CARROLLTON.
#emilieacan alo wys he supplied with the best
"7i At ?datket Prices
- ANI)RE\V JONES
EW5TAK ER,
ttorne ant Qonnsellor it ata
Office, No. 6 Ecohange Place,
PARISH DIRECTORY.
PARISH OFFICERS.
VICToR BURTHg-Judge of the Third Judicial
District Court, City of
Carrollton.
DIsTRIcT ATTORNEYr--Robert L. Preston.
Jury Terms-First Monday in January and
June.
Probate Terms-First Monday in March,
April and November; and on
6# the Third Monday in Februa.
a October.
n.
Rigand.
- J. Lecorgne, Jules
d IN. Canon.
ax.
ausres - F.
leman.
e Lebreton.
ton..
Miller.
J C. Perret.
R. L. Preston
1-William Mithoff
ct-Wm. Fish.
District-N. Betz.
STANDING COMMITTEES.
Finance-Messrs L. L. Levy, Jacob Miller
and. L. C. Ferret.
Judic" M . L. Preston, Levy and
Police Commi Messrs L. C. Ferret, N.
Bets tnd Fish.
Parish Commjttee-Robel L. ton.
School Gomnttee--For School
Pict, J!b
For the Second Schoblr bert.L
Preston.
For the Third School District--William
Fish. " -
For the Fourth School District-..-Jihoi
Betz.
Secretary and Treasturer-d. Z.Royr, iy
Parish Tax Collector-J. J. Gitierfied.
Attorney-N. Commandeur.
Printer-M. G. Davis.
Syndic-Jacob Weiyel. -
Sergeant-at-Arms-J. F. Zeller. '
JUSTICE'S OF THE PEACE. .'.
1st District-R. M. Bradford.
2d District-Y. C. Lacorgne.
3d District--J. D. Kamper.
5th District-D. W. F. Bissbee.
6th District-Julien Lefort.
CONSTABLES.
Ist Disirict- P. P. Poche.
2d District--Edinond Gregoire.
3d District-S. Kerner.
5th District-Henry Parker.
6th,District-Carl Kerner.
7thDistrict Joseph Kief.
CARROLI.TON OFFICERS.
Council Hall; Dublin, bt. Hampso and Second sts
.Mayor-A. S. Ferth. .
Goancilmeri-C. Englemas, . F. Fisher. G.
i Herrie, F. Schiler; Geo. Brookes.
John.Davenport, William Mayo,
and J. R. Hutchison.
ne Committee - .. Hutchison, F.
S'chuler. Wm. Mayo and
t'harles SInSleman.
Streets and Landings - George Brookes, F
Fischer, J Davenport and Geo
Herrie.
Secretary and Comptroller-C. C. Porter.
Treasurer and Collector-W. L. Duffy.
Surveyor-W. H. Williams.
Attorney-W. S. Upton.
Commissary and Sexton-Henry Deibel.
Printer--M. G. Davis.
Principal Assessor-C. C. Porter.
.issistant Assessors--P. Trahant and li
A. Heaton.
SCHnooL BOAR,. -3.
WV. H. Williams, Presidktt-Messis. D.
M. Hollingsworth, Dr. Thomas tdtapbell, A.
S. Ferth, J. Davenport, N.Co*l4nhidear and
J. J. HIerrle. -:
Secretary-C. C. Borter.
TEACHERS.
Central Sctool--J. R*l1atchison, Jr., and
" 5his #.,5.. McStay.
Jefferson SchooT--MA 'l'mans Preston aid
M'js ZFeanori Jones.
Washington Scoof-'Mft. Frances J. Ives
and Miss Anpa Amnnda McComb.
JuIstice of the Peace-Jola D. Kamper.
Constable-S. Ketner.
JEFFERSON CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor-lohn T. Michel.
C(oucrilmncnr-First Warl, T. G. Noel.
. E. Laudun.
Second VWard, W. C. Cutler.
J. C. Davenport.
Third Ward, P.E. \Walden.
P. E. D)avis.
Fourth \Vard, Jules Dolhonde.
J. J. Gidiore.
Fifth Ward. TI'ho 8. Elder.
Secretlary and >,mptroller-E. WV. Grinago.
Treasurrr-Fehlz L.aerous.
Commssary-E. R. C(hevalley.
Printer- -.lames (;. Ilhnrv.
Sur'retyr-Wn. II. WVilhamls. .
Carrollton Mail.
Arrive~s dul at half. anst 10 . a.: and
Ia'es'fo" New tOr!enns ,12 M.,daily.
IIJ \W. OIOESE, Phoenix Co ffee llH-se,
! I ,rner Canal Aventmm and Ialnpson
treet I'arrolltron
I'ENlZY IIEUCII-:RT--;r' , c 5tor
i I,: l~er sict.cl (,rcc~ivj c'
TA IL.O R.
W T OULD respectfully return his mM
,V sincere thanks to his friends and
the public in generql, for tle liberal pa
tronage he has heretofor, received at their
hands, and now takes thaopportunity of in.
firming them that he is prepared as usual to
take measures amid furnish any and all kinds of
for men and youths.
Coats, Pantaloons and 'VIts,
made at the shortest notice, and on the mor
reasonable terms.
(lJHe respectfbllly solicits a continuance
of the public patronage.
Tailor Shop on Levee,-between Cambronne
and Jefferson streets, Carrollton. d12-1y
S.9.LOMO2N COE-3"T,
CARROLLTON REAL ESTATE, NOTE, STOCK AND
EXCHANGE BROKER,
OFFICE NO. 12, SECOND FLOOR,
38 EXCHANGE ALLEY.
TOMROUSE AND BIENVILLN 8TR3Th.
W ORLEANS.
es to his friends and the publlic
ed an office at the above place
to do a general REAL ESTATE
,BuCying and Selling on Com
and Coilectlng Rents, and paying
ers. wbhe so required.
knowledge of the location of all the
le y in Carrcnton, will enable him to -
't% a call information concerning property
thel at may be desired. All business
ed  will be promptly and carefully at
improved Property constantly on
on the most liberal terms. Persons
g 0 rent or purchase Summer Resildences
or nearOrro lton, will please give him a call.
SOffice hours from 9 A. m. to 3 P. M., in the City, -
o m 4 to 6 r. a., at his Residence. in Carrollton.
y 9th. 1859.
GEORGE H. VINTEN,
AND
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
No. 105 POYDRAS STREET,
New Orleans.
j~resuc, o2Ve, iaper, )nks,.
and furnishing of every description,
at Manufacturers' Prices.
,rAgent for the sale of
R. HOE & CO.'S PRESSES,
A ND
JAMES CONNER & SON'S TYPE.
l[TOld Type taken in exchange for New,
at 10 cents per pound.
[y'Second-hand Presses bought and sold.
TACOB REINHARDT-Boot and Shoe
J Maker, corner of Levee and Cam
bronne streets, Carrollton. Will at
tend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care. Boots and Shoes repaired and
made at the shortest notice, and on the most
reasonable terms. Oct. 5 1859-ly
ANITEL VILLARNOBO,
Union Coffee House,
and
Corner of
SYEE and MADISON ST'S.,
St'y * Carrollton.
I )1i J, W. ALLEN. DR. C. W. ROBINSON.
DR.' ALLEN & ROBINSON
D ýaT p c a- aa O d
M-O HANICAL DENTISTS
No. 140 Canal street, near Bourbon,
febl5.1y New Orleans, La.
T [ILLIAM STEFFENS--Prac
V tical Watch.maker, No. 92
Camp street, New Orleans. Particu
lar attention given to repairing of Watches.
J. F. ZELLER,
Fencra[l Gollcrtor,
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,
Carrollton. dec3-1y
C. P. REzDMAN,
putherar un .r rggis t,
R ESPECTFULLY tenders his thanks to
his friends and the public in gene
sal, for the liberal patronage heretoforeW
bestowed upon him, and begs a contin
uance of the same. He continues to keep
_ .constantly on hand a gene al assortment
of Fresh DRUGS, MJEDECINES, CHEMI
'cAI.s, PEFUMIERY, &c., &C., also the:
following articles, to wit :
Bliss Dispeptic Remedy,
IIAS TIlE LARGEST SALE OF ANY SIEDICINA
IN THE WORLD.
Cure WVarranted.-Price, $2 per Bottle.
That Grean Remedy,
SANCIIHEZ' SPECIFIC,
Sovereign amid Unrivalled Romnedy,
For Gonorrhma and Gleet,
Price, $2 perbottle.
JACOBS' CORDIAL,
The best Cure for
Cholera,
Dissentaryv, and
Diarrhaea.
Price, $1 per Bottle.
DR. D. FAYNES'
Family Medecines,
Received direct from
Philadelphia,
C..P HETDMAN, Druggist,
On Levee street, between Canibronne and
Madisonh steet, Carrollton. (oc19 ly
Notarial Notice.
T?'IFE undersigned.respectfully informs hia
friends and the public, that he has henr.
re appointed a NOT ]RY P('BLIC, in arrd
for the Parish of Jeff~erson, by his excellency
Governor T'. O. Moore; that his office is at
the Council Hlall, in Carroliton, and that all
Notarial Business will he promptly natended
to and moderate charges made :lcrfr
manr4-ly C. t. P;R "Ev.
ER IA N UIl1211,IER, ('uofTc-house not
(;Grocery Store, cornier of Levee nad
Short street, I arrollton.
J. E. TRI'DEAI, At\torney and Coun
Ssel!or at Law. No 44 Exchange
Allth. o19
_1 RE IN 11I A D'l'--;theksmith and
S Vlhee!rinh. S. op; L ,evee street,
!betweeon T' oer Line and Mary ('arrollton
MORTIMER M REYNOLDS,
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