On Tuesday last, while Mr. Trasintonl
Babin, Jr., was getting out timber in
the swamps in West Baton Rouge, a tree
fell, crushing 1i0 to death. He leaves
a wife and six children.
Nicholas Wax, on Courthouse Square,
keeps a first-class grocery establishment,
fully supplied with the very best of
goods. lie is an old hand at the business
and understands how to plkasi his nu
The Southern night, a new weekly
journal devoted to the oirer of the
Knights of Pythias, graces our table
this week. It is a handsome 8-page pa
per and edited with more than ordinary
tact and ability.
Don't let it be said that you sbnt your
job printing off to get it done, when the
CAPITO.IAN is so well prepared to do
the work. If you want your town to
grow and become proslperous, make it a
point to patronize all sorts of home en
terprises. Every mechanic has a claimr
on you that should be respected.
At Feibelnau's dry goods emporium
cian now be found one of the most conm
plete and largest stocks of spring and
summer goods in the State. lie is doing
a lively business all the time, for his
maxim is to sell quick by letting tlhe
goods go at the lowest prices. Purchas
cers will do well to give him a call soon.
Mynheer Philip Bott keeps the favor
ite saloon across the line. In view of
the early commencement of work at the
State House, he has replenished his
,comnmissary departmnent and runs things
'a la Capitol style. His livery stable ad
joining is also kept as it should be.
Philip is always in a good humor, and
treates his patrons like a little main.
There was a gentleman in our office
this week who remnarked, in reply to
our enquiry concerning the "times:"
"'Blooming, sir-everything blooming."
This remark was made by a man who
is in the habit of looking on the dark
side of every picture, and we take it as
a good omen. Things are blooming and
no mistake. Move on with your im
Iprovemnnts--good times ahead!
The Richland Beacon gives the fol
lowing advice to the people of Rayville:
If you ishI to lw'en' a hunkrnlet and
:,ee the business of your town decline'
sentil it, assumes the appearance of a
- deserted village and every et
tc.rrse" lanlguishes, do not ?1h cr
tise in yonr local paper, and send to
soime other place to have your job prin
ting done." This in a sure way.
Thursdlay morning last the western
horizon looked "cyclonish" for awhile,
as huge dark clouds seemed to be gat h
u'ring for an onslaught on the Capital
i'ity. We\ reefel all our topsails and
pulled down thelelidils about our fllice
in a jiffy; then we calmnly awaited de
aels' alarme-n a pi. t fr ofi wind, a light
slerinkle, and thltce erielt ry was sit-'
(l ult neighlers in I'ique'mine were
eubjec.ted to qu1ite a seriouls colntflhgra
ti,,n a li.w days since, , s we leharnl firlni
the lberville Soluth, thi oltic of vhichl
wus dhiimage telo eu considelr:chle t, xte-nt.
$e.ra.l ulildlings were lenurwed, together
'aillt solne valuihleh' lhlic recoirds aind
licwspelper files. \Vc. i~vlrle lllupy ne',ve'
theless to msee brother Shanks' spicy
paper comiw to tihe as nusal, nething
;aentitd, frceln Iha villg ]lesedl through
HcuAnue It. DAY, .J --We were pleas
eel to mlcet- on our stree'ts this youlng
ge-n.lehmane, who has just returned from
-1 cruise oel boarde the I. S. wa:r vessel
Ioltiustilluionl. lHe ihd hreen Away for
Icearly a yca;r, and retllurned lhone last
Saturdl:ay, looking t1he vwcry beacN ide, l of
A:galhlant tar in hiia eleg~rnt ullif\urln,
which he wears with tbeeroming grace-.
IDick, as the boys call himl, is a line look
ing fellow, and his return hIone was
greeted by many a hearty hand-shakihg.
On last Saturday evening, ineaCr New
O)rleans, the steanmer (l:harles Morgan
ran into the John W. Caimnon, carryilng
off the starboardl wheel, wheelhoumse cand
shaft. Thle acc.nlfts thus far receiv(-d
indicate that theli cellision mnight hlave
becen acvoideld had thle Morgani stopped
hler tengines, which could hlave heen done
with ease. The' dattiage sustained by the
C:aanon is very heavy, iand will dcleprive
the public for sone timie to comuce cf this
swift and elegant earriicr.
'The Advocate imanii, when brought to
task for hin frecllelt holts frtoml tihe
1 emocratic line, throws himsel-f back
upon his past heroic services, wlheen he
c:autiously hurrahedl for I)ecmocracy in
the wake of every,,lbody else. We knonw
of rafts of individuals who were lolud
_)emnocrats years ag o who are now cquite
the contrary. \We aneit that our frieend
Billy fought and bled, but h3; the holy
l[oses, he didn't clquite die ftr his coun
try ! Therefore lhe is not yet ientitled to
thie Lamrel Wreath.
Brother lHyamus, of the Sugar P'lantcr,
paide us a visit on last Saturday mnorning,
while we were all topsy turvy, arrangincg
me lot of me;terial aud other ollice furn'i
ture, just pnrchlasedl ine view of the
'forthcoming appearancec of tile (CAI rro
LIAN as a tri-weekly. Hlis extrcme del
icacy cansed him to leave ius in a hulrry,
amuid all this conftsion, and blefore we
had time to "set 'em up" at the Sulmter
House. Since thent we have heard thlat
he0 had quit drinking, ancd got away
snoo forfear that we nmighlt offlr him the
indignity of inviting him to "licker-u p."
Major lleacrsey's paper, tile New Or
leans Daily States is winnig fresh lal
rela at every issue. It is an exceedingly
inturescing journal and a fearless cxpo
ncet of poIpular rights and houCest gov
ernment. If the people of this State
deem it necessary tol hlave a faithful
sentiniel at the outposts toi noundi the
alarm when their welfarec aend their lilt,
crtiies are beineg attacked, they will give
the Stactes not only their endorsement,
ult substantial stelhort, by extending
m. lileral patronemge to this chamtpion of
trllc' Soltthc'rn I) mn~e;itracy.
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Last Monday, April 26th, was the day
which, for several years past, has been
set apart for the holy ndssion of
strewing flowers on the graves of the
I unseltish patriots who gave up their
lives in .defe(ee of the Lost Cause.
Showers of rain lhad moistened the earth
and the green foliage that shades the un
pretentious abodes, where the dead sol
dies whbo wore the gray, await in peace
the sound of the trumpet that will mark
the hour of eternal resurrection.
'Threre were many who believed th
the inclement weather would cause a
postponement of the exercises, so the
attendance was small, mach smaller in
numbers by far than ever before.
At 3 P. M., however, the clouds had
vanished and the sun of Manassasi Shi
loh and Baton Rouge,shone as radiantly
as when on those fields it cast its bliaz
ing light on the swaying lines whose
glittering steel sentt back to the heavens
the flashes invented by man for the des
truction of man.
At 4 ,. a.., the battalion.of Louisiana
Cadets, led by their gallant Vomsnland
ant, Lieutenant Jamar, U. S. A., at the
oi1l of the drum, took up the line of
march towards the cemeteries, accom
panied by a number of gentlemen and
ladies, whom naught could deter from
paying their respects to our beloved
The cortege first entered the Catho
lic Cemetery, where every grave was
visited and umarked by a tiniatture.Con
federate flag, under which bouquets of
fresh flowers were laid.
Then the march was again taken up
to the Magnolia Cemetery, where astand
had been erected for the accommnoda
tion of the speaker and the officers of
the Confederate *Memorial Association
and its guests.
After the floral offerings had Ie~n de
posited, 'the assemblage was called to
order by Major John Preston, wito in
troduced Rev. J T Sawyer, who delivered
one of the most fervent and soul-stirring
prayers we have ever heatrd o such an
occasion. It was a frank, manlhy and
patriotic appeal, free of those intsincere
remarks which too often mar the sanc
tity of like ceremonies. It was a prayer
that the fallen braves would ha:ve knelt
to before the deadly charge was ordered
-utnostentatios, but as true as their
own faithful spirits to their Southland
and their God.
At its close. Major Preston, introduced
I'rofissr .. 1'. VNicholson, who, in neat
atl henautiful termis, delivered a most
loqluent andl alppropriate address, onle
replete with truth, coupled with senti
mIents which accorded fuill justice to
the men with whose blood has been
written pages in history, that will stand
unmatcheld for self-sacrifice, heroism and
those virtutes that mustlitutte the patriot
in every lamnd-a shining example
to he follotwed, if -need be, by
the sons of illustrious sires. Louisian
inas ea n well say, "nobleh' oablige," w hen
ptointiilg- o those tenduring recatords, oan
wholse scrolls the a;llaltes f L', Jackson
andi P'olk are entwined as the prominent
figures, of whomt the tah:hleted orator
lThe address was brief, too brlif, so
the lista-ters exressed it:--fo" it was
full of Ilowary pathos, faclinglv said by
ote, who himself I;lhad been ia the
friont of aItala. hIaside those coimraldes
"whoma the sottilof the drtum n ill never
Ve woubl have 1ean., matst lhapiv to
hlave ritrolnradl ia onr coliadttlS the very
elottaent and rhettaorical address ldeliver
edl by tihe lolalar orator, had not his
modesty prevented hIim front writing
ldone. befar'i;handi thu. words that he
att ltred so wall oni this ,ccasion--words
that were listeneda to with the ldeepesnt
atta'ution to the eil, wnct thile imost
flatterhiag alpplatise anl catagratulatttios
wert extelned hinta, wlai.ch mutst surely
have afforded hitn ample reward for his
Meet M1e by Moonlight Alonea;
nit, THE oRat's iOaT nAYS STREAKPED I
It happeaned in full view of the his
torit Capitol .of Louiisiana. It was at
thet hour of nine the otlher evenintg, with
tl' fitill light of thle imootn hteartinlg upon
them, that a couple hialited on the side
walk foir an exillantatiom :
"You must swear it!" snid he, paremp
"I wou'l," she repliedt with equlal em
Ilhr- fillowead a legtlhy distr'ssion
Ibetwee tlhe loving couple. And at last
the firail ote triunmiedd; she would
proimtise, but "wouldl not take the lord's
mamam( i- vii il.''
"Kiss ame then," sNid he ; and smiack
calllme tilt lips in token of recoaciliation.
lThey walkedtl on a little fiartlar, whea
anothlcr halt was called, fidllowed by a
repetition of the scente just described.
After tltis anotlher dispute arose, vwhen
thle lover was heardl to exclaimt:
"Go, l'ave mte-we part here fi'rever."
And site walked away at a rapidl place.
lie called to hIer to stop; shte woalltn't
obey; then he trotted off towardua her,
and she consented to listen to his ldulcet
tones. They quarrehled long anul bitter
ly, and then came the finalet - a dozen
kisses, and the happy pair nmovcd off
loviagly anti in arim.
T'he muoral of the itacident is :'-Di)on't
quatrrel, cspeiially on the street; and
more especially still, when. thle mnoon
shites so brightly that one can see you
four squares off
('.AIr rA. ILolx;:, I. O. G. T.--''lThe frl
lowing ofticers have been elected for
thel enstuintg quarter:
J . B. Mbagrudtler, Worthy Chief.
Miss Alice Galey, W. Vice Templar.
Wmi. Gesell, Worthy Scribe.
Miss Annie lhabat, W. F. Scribo.
John R. Galey, Worthy Treasurer.
Johln Stanard, Worthy Chaplain.
A. A. Sparks, Worthy Marshal.
Jamies Ventress, W.Inside Guar.,.
N. Bryan, W. Outside Guard. '
II. Skolfield, P. W. C. T.
We lhear that a good many ataoiale are
looking arountd with a view of locating
in and around Baton Rouge. T'lere is
tno question but that a splendid field
for the industrious and enterpr!sing is
presented by the Capital City..: There
is a tfine fatare ftin all hereaboutr
They Didn't Come Home Till
Monday last the Odd Fellows of our
neighboring town, Clinton, celebrated
their anniversary in grand style. The
Independent Silver Cornet Band of our
city was in attendance, as also a large
company of excursionists from here who,
on their return, gave a glowing account
of all they saw and the friendly treat
nent they received at the hands of the
hospitable people of that lovely and p.
turesque inland town. hOne of thetm,
in his vernacular, reniarked: "Had a
bully time; they're bully people, true
blue-had a spread sufficient for two
thousand people. 'lah for Clinton !"
We would have t'akent great pleasure
in being one of the number, had it not
been the (lay for decorating the Confed
erate graves in our city.
We return colmplimnents to our con
freres of the Clinton press for their kind
ness in sending us their regards through
several of the excursionists.
We learn, further, that 'a elegaut
ball was given at night, at which the
far-famed beauty of East Feliciana shone
with unusual brilliancy.
A Just Conmplaints
One of the attaches of the CAPI'rTLIAs,
like our humble self, is a widower.
Like our humble self also, he is an en
thusiastic admirer of the fair sex. A
better christian than we are, he is a
regular attendant at divine service, and
as a natural sequence, being a courte
ous gentleman, he is at all times ready
to volunteer as an escort to any lady
who, after church, would be likely to
feel lonesome while wending her way
home. Surely the accommodating wid
ower deserves praise for displaying such
an amiable disposition towards the de
fenceless. On this hangs the tale. To
our dismay, we were horrified by the
intelligence which our friend conveyed
to us the other day that some of the
young ladies seemed to be shy in ac
cepting his good offices, which sy mptoms
he construed to be fear of being teased
for receiving his attentions. This piece of
news caused us great uneasiness: Were
tire ladies about to ostracise widowers as
a class, or was this promlpted by a pre
judice against our frieud i The constitu
tion forbids lass legislation as highly
injurious. Therefore would not the fI'ir
sex he in contravention with its spirit
at least, were they to tight shy of wid
owel's as a ciassn
Such is the puzzle that now occupies
thce slare mooments ofittterestcel parties
in the C('AITOLIAN office.
CaxTrrAt. IcC CREAM-On Thursday
morning last, a neatly fitted ice-cream
wheel-harrow, labelled as ahove, halted
in front of the CAPITOLIAN Office. It was
nothing more nor less thanl the peram
bulating confectionary of our enterpris
ing young colored friend, ThomlasWash
ington, who soon came tiup with a lot of
saucers filled with delicious ice-cream
of his manufacture, which he presented
as a treat to the entire editorial and
typographical corps.'l Thomas is an ur
tist in his line, and the polite mtanner
with which he conlucts his hunsiness
will socn dplace hlin in the front rank
of polular favor.
Thehllndsa around the ('apital ('it y
ImuIst sooti attract the attenltiol of those
settlers, who, eachl year live in fiear and
trnmb'ling ehilind the Mississippi levees.
They are well timbered with every vari
ety of wood, and will produce cottone,
corn, tobacco, sugar cane, vegetables
ald fruits of every dlescription. Tllhey
canlnot he excelled either for stock rain
ing. A good nmarket is at their door for
.selling or shipping tile products of their
industry. No idangKer of overllow, and
for salubrity the Florida parishes canint
:be surliass4el. A growing c'it', is the
Capital of Louisiana, affording glood so
cictyv, churches for all denonillnatiolis,
the State University and olher schools
for oys and girls.
MAt;Nli.NICENiT CAIIJIAGEs.--Mr. Alex.
Stokes, a' practical iand enlightene'd tfir
mer, locateel withih a few miles of this
city, is raising solnc of the tinest cab
hages that we haveever seen. This early
ill the season, he is sending them to town
by the eart load. His success goes to
show wllhat can be acconlplished on our
East Baton Rouge highlands. We dare
say that MIr. Stokes' cabbages cannot be
beat anywhere, Why don't our peolile
t:ake adtvantage of the fertility of iurad
jacent (lands to raise potatoes, onions anid
other vegetlables fur shipment. Tihe
stea;lmers laud at our door to transport
them up and down to river the market.
Capitalists and others seeking an ad
vantageool s location wherein to invest,
will do well to pay a visit to the new
Caplital of Louisiana. The city and the
magnificent country that surrounds it
offers inlducements unsurpassed by any
section in this or any other part of the
State. Blaton Rouge is one of the heal
thiest and prettiest burgs in the South.
Situated, as it is, on the first elevation
onil the Mississippi, nature has given it
such a pronlinence as will soon make it
a political, as well as a railroad center.
Now in the time for far-seeing men to
come mherc to invest in property, which,
in a few years, will treble in value. Let
all such conme and see for themselves.
l)r. F. M. Brooks, we are reliably in
formed, is about to construct a hand
some iron front brick building on Mmain
street, ne:nr his present ldrug store. We
note this fact as another evidence of the
spirit of enterprise that is everywhere
visible since the Capital question has
been delfinitely settled. The Doctor is
one of our most enterprising druggists.
For many years his pharmacy has been
a mnodel in point of neatness and careful
selection of the extensive stock it con
tains. He has now one of the finest
assortments of drugs, medicines, chemi
cals, paints, cutlery, stationery, cigars,
perfumery, fancy articles, etc., etc., in
Our real estate owners should bear in
mind that almost every comfortable
dwelling is occupied. The comiug of
the State government will necessitate
the erection of many buildings to ac
commodate new comers. Despite all
drawbacks, the census will show a con
siderhle increase inii the population of
W M. CESL' L
Tin., Copper aind Sheet Z=on I
--AND DEALER IN
STOVES, CROCKERYARE AND TINIWAE,
I take great pleasure in announcing to my friends and the people of East and West Baton Rouge
and nurroumding parishes, that I have just opeed business in the eity of Baton Rouge at the
northwest conemr of Third and Floihda strle:ets. I have on hand a varlhty of ataundur ST4OV.
directt firom the mnuifit'actory, which I aml enabled to sell at astounishIn low prlicew.
My CROCKRYWARE consists of a eautifuul assortment, which is attlmotive ia prices
well as style and quality. AJOB WORK, such as making and Irecting Cutters, Rot
Ing, Repairing, done in wolkmanlike manner at the asortels notTce.
.Ordera Solicited, and Satisfacita Guaranteed. venBy
C. K. DAVID. WM. GARIG.
DAVID & GARIG,
Wholesale. and Retail Grocers,
MAIN STREET, BATON ROUGE, LA.
ADYANNCEb1 MADE ON COTTON IN STORE 0R FOR 8HIPMENT
101lIUPTI SA BAl I 511113
Cures Consumption, Colds, Pneums
nla, Influena, Bronchlal DIMeulties,
Bronhitis, Hoarseness, Asthma,
Croup,'Whooping Cough, and all Dis.
eases of the Breathing Organs. It
soothes and heals the Menbrane of
the Lungs, inflamed and poisoned .b
the disease, sad prevents the night.
sweats and tightness across the chest
which accompany it. CONSUMP.
TION is not an Incurable malady. It
is only necessary to have the right
remedy, and HALL'S BALSAM is that
remedy. DONT DESPAIR of RE.
LIEF, for this benign specific will
cure ou, even though professional
rise Most Powerfed Healing Oint
tnent and Disinfectant
Henry's Carbol Salve heals bunas.
Henry's Carboltto Salve eures sores.
Henry's Carbolic Salve allays pain.
Henry'. Carbolte Sae Bavres eruptios.
Henry's (Jarbole Salve heals pp/fles.
Henry's Carbolic Salve heals ra es.
Ask for Henryo. and use no other.
WV BEWARE OF COUNTERIEITS. .J
BAKER'S P PANAC
For Ml2i and BEAST.
For External and Internal Ulse
THE GREATEST PAIN RELIEVER OF THE AGOL
Edley's Carbolic Troches,
A SURE PREVENTIVE OF
Contagious Diseases Colds oarsenes,
Dphtheri, and oo Cough.
Pleasant to the aste.
ni's IIIOqClde BipL e
Relieve Dyspepsa and Biliouneus.
oW For Sale by all Drngts.
JOHN F. HENRY & CO.,
r 4 College Place, New York.
For Sale by
F. M. IIROOIE S, Druggist,
Main .treet, 'Tton Rouge, La.
A Ihaking cstlablishnlnt would he a
paying institution inll Baton Rouge.
Some years since, before Radicalism had
jplayed havoc with matters generally our
º city supported handsomuely two such
industries. With the establishment of
the Capital and the rapid development
of the planting interest now going on inl
the Florida parishes and West Baton
Rouge, a mint of money can lie made
by C'apitalists who will start this uso
That intelligent and enterprising plant
er of the fourth ward, Mr. Il.B.Samuels,
paid us a visit in the early part of the
week. Ils account of the situation in
his neighborhood is flattering indeed.
The crops are untsnually well advanced,
labor adequate and contented, the farm
ers getting up in the world, for the rea
son that they are raising all they can
produce at home ; in fact, everything is
calculated to encourage the people an(d
warrant them in the belief that the good
time is coiming at last.
At no time since the war have we
i seen as immnch improvement going an in
our city as at the present time. Build
ing and repairing is going on at a lively
pace, denoting the approach of the boom
of prosperity that is rapidly coming.
Real estate here will soon he more val
nlable than in any other town in the
State. Railroad conununication with
Clinton and South Mississippi, together
with that of the New Orleans Pacific,
will make Baton Rouge one of the most
thriving cities in the Southwest.
The admirers of horse flesh were Ileas
antly surprised yesterday morning, upon
learning that a favorite mare, owned by
one of the most enthusiastic of their
number, Mr. Irence Pujol, had given
birth to twin colts. A group was called
to order at the market house, for the
purpose of discussing the unusual event;
also to congratulate' the proprietor of
the prolific animal.
The City Ice House, under the man
agement of Mr. Charles Wicck, is in
full trim to fill all orders from home or
abroad in quantities to suit dealers and
consumers. Mr. Wieck's facilities for
shipping or delivering are unsurpassed,
and his efforts to give satisfaction to
customers are constant and invariably
successful. He keeps the best quality
of ice, which he receives in harges di
rect from the Western lakes.
MA6IAICT NAIES SEmYAn l
Nos. 74, 7E65 c 78
New Levee Street,
JOHN H. RARESHIDE,
And Maan.facturer's Agent,
60 - MaR.IAl'& " ** - 60
JAMES 3. LEAKE. PI J IIAIIIAEI
LEAKE & CARRAHER,
No. 40 Magazine Street,
NEW ORLEANS ...................LA
TOrms, '2.50 per day.
Specil trats by the week or month.
8e, 50, so,
BIENVILLE ST., NEW ORLEANS,
Lager Beer, Philadelphia
ALE AID PORTER,
Northern Cider, Ginger Ale, Lemonade
Wmn. Massey & Co's famous
PHILADELPHIA DRAFT ALE
CRESCENT CITY SPRING WATER
From Waukesha, Wia.,
In barrels, balf-carrels or bottles con
stantly on hand.
Send for circulars. [vln39 ly.
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: Cors Im et ol rlSOL D and P ForaURD t or... = o
hmNORGs and ever, Inter O itten.
Muh LAWNS STRIPD AND Cl EU AL IA,
AND ALL OTHER ABNORMAL CONDITIONS PRODUCED BY MA -
s, exenIng over a perio o severs e, i Ae btie
ontin no re or Iron, but combines with the Mrt
SHaving engaged theof Iron-making it vable to in ll on
is after trim exclusvemay be adminthis stered to the most delicate children wit
Lare numbers ofr the Immedoniatels could be produceand Pe its e ofy,
it best that it should recommend itlf. -
Proprietor shad a tnuf othetake
aChills and Fever," wIere DR. ROOK' CHILL AND FEVE CUREh been ed
Sstriplace before the public a printed diretion whic the bottle and failed togive
excellence, second to none, for the class of diseases for which t BROOKS.. .
which have come under my observation with it successfully.
the Soluble Salts of Iron-making it a valuable tonic in all conditions-ie* Iu
Is indicated. It may be administered to the most delicate chl dren with I;hpt.
it best that it should reomme and itseRetalf.
One bettle will satisfy any fair-minded person that it is worth ive times 1t66A
Add(THOeA s:. OODes:' OLDF. . BROTAOKID,)
MAX."ai~Popieto isd Manutue..
fe BATON ROUGE. LA., Januay 1st, .
iMy Agents are hestreby authorized to rket refund e nioney n icany case pa for cotton !"Chills
and Fever," where DR. BROOKS' CHILL AND FEVER CURE has been used
u strict accordance with the printed directions on the bettle and failed tojive
CHOLW. G. R ANDOLPH,
WhWholesale and Retail Grocer.
-A DEALER IN.
WESCROCKERY, LAMPS, CUTLERY, CIGARNES AND TOBACCORS,
(THOMAS J. WOODS' OLD SA AND,)
feli BATON ROME. LA.
Wholesale and Retail Gr~ocer.
D hID IEALERIIZ HN ND,:U
Agent for Blats' Celebrated Illwaukee Lager Beer.
NEW ORLEANS ADVERTISEMENTS. *
Grand Openinig of the Season!
1880.. SPRING & SUMDEI:::II 18860
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE WANTS OF
WITH TIlE LATEST AND MOST DESIRABLE NOVELTIES IN
MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHNIG
_UR ISENG 008oo & IETS,
SLower Prices Thaa. Ever I
81 and. 83 Canal1 St., NTew Orleans.
iN. Il--Sanmple aNd instructions for SELF MEASUREMENT WILLINGLY SENT
ON APPLICATION ~j
c. O. D.
ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
Low Prices-Good Fits-Complete Stock-Custom-Mode.
All of our own Manufacture, and Warranted to be as Represented. A thorough
and well selected stock of
Coal' 'stskil GladtSql otr ;d is i r.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES-ONE PRICE ONLY!
None but the best material-practical Cutters and Finishers are employed at the
C. O. D. ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
40 and 42 St. Charles Street .......................O... pposite St. Chalrles Hotel
Z. G. ,BLUENSON & Co., Proprietors.
P. P. TRICOU,
No. 7..........St. Charles Street........To. 7
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
CANES, UMBRELLLAS, PERFUMERY AND FANCY GOODS,
A large and well selected Stock always on hand.
DEPOT o0 Wzmamnr a A.LLE1Va's OCUtUMRAnaU an
The above Shirt in all the different styles-open hback--open front--with and
without cuffs, etc. [v1n39
M. D. LAGAN JAMTi MACKISON
L2rAAN~ de LA"O" KON
6 & 8 COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
Hardware and Ship Chaidlery,
STEAM, TELEGRAPH & RAILROAD SUPIr IES
Oils, Paints, Cordage, Waste, Tallow, Gum and Hemp Packing; Bolts, Nuts,
Washers, Copper, Brass and Iron Wire; Manufacturers of the Bit and most
Improved STEAM TRAINS for the evaporation of Caune Juice,
Workers in Copper, Brass and Sheet Iron, and
DEALERS IN GAS PIPES AND FITTINGS.
Iif All Orders entrusted to us will'be filled with dispatch. [vln39
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