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OFFICE ON THIKD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK.
VOL. I,.
BATON UOUGE, LA., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1868.
NO. 17.
PRO F ESS I ON A L C A RI )S.
JAMBS 0. FUQUA l> M CAI.LIIJAM
• FUüUA & CALLIHAM,
AUuffteys and Counselors at Law,
OFFICE IN THE BRICK BUILDING,
ONK D >Oft KAMT OP thk PuSTOFFICB,
Hilton Iii».
WUA j practice in the Courts of the Parishes of
Wist ;int West Baton liouge, ibervilie and
Kant and \Vust Feliciana. a P y 6
8AML. P. OHEVfcÖ. TII08, ü. DUPHEH.
GREVES & DIPREI2,
A T T O HNKYS A T L A W,
Florida SI reel , near Third,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
WIU. P
H ciukb and adjoining parish«».
ILL PRACTICE in East and Wust Haton
fehl«
Ii. E. CHANEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
;nay7 BATON gOÜOE, LA.
V . Tl . »DO,
ATTORNEY AT J-AW,
H oülkvard H t., B kt . C hurch A T hird,
iiiiluii Koitgc, I.a.
W'll.L ntteri'1 to all businews entrusted to him
iu this .n«l the a-tjoining parivhes, ami in
the city of N üw Orleans. jul8l
C. I>. IM V KOT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
N OT A U Y PIJ 13 MC,
llatoii Hange, La.
WIM, practice in the Parishes of Hast and Wem
Hat in Kolli« and Ioerville.
Prompt attention will be given to the collection
Ol'all Claims, notes and accounts.
nov2-t 1
ft« W. KNICKERBOCKER,
Attorney at Law and Claim Agent,
Con. T hird AMD N th B oulevard hts.,
BATON K0ÜGE, LA.
Wl LI, practice in the saveral Courts of the Fil th
Judicial District and in th» Supreme Court
ot Louisiana.
Particular attention paid to the settlement o!
successions.
lie has also made arrangements in New Or
leans and Washington City for the successful pios
ecution and collection of Claims against the Gov
eminent. ileul»
A. E. HEAD W. H. GOODALB
REAR & tiOODALIÜ,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
OFFICE IN rIKE' S HOW,
ONE DOOR EAST OF MAYOR'S OFFICB,
Uaton llougc, Ii«.
1)H0MPT attention given to the collection of all
claims. aug2*-y
H. M. MART K UKI,EKT
HART &. HEBERT,
BANKERS,
*
DEALERS IN
EXCUANliE, RONDS, STOCKS, COIN,
ÜNCURRENT NOTES, ETC.,
I» K FJÜE OV T II inn S T H E K T,
CtruEKN M ain and L aurel,
O*
a prüfl-ly BATON ROUGE, LA.
o Dr. Titos. J. Bulling! on,
RESIDENCE - LAFAYETTE STREET,
Office on Noilli Unulevard,
ONE I>0'.> H EAST OF WAJ. A. >1. DUNN'S LAW OFFICE.
I, offers ii is
ells of ti
lebl9-y
Dr. A. R. M ears,
PHYSICIAN ifc SURGEON,
OJice at kin residence on Africa Street,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
HAVING returned to reside in tow
professional t
city and country.
KESPEÜTPUIJjY offers his professional perv
ices to the inhabitants of this city and o'
the parishes of fta.it and West lîaton liouge.
jauh-y
JDLi. KRATZ,
OITKi: ON I, A II Jt K I j STUHE'l,
CORNER OF UFT II KT .V K KT,
jun24-tf BATON IMHJGK, I.A.
DR. II. B. HARTMAN,
OfCIOK at his residence oil St. Ferdinand
street, between Africa uvd Oovcrnment.
To he found at all other times at his residence
unless when professionally engaged. [jan24]
DR. WILLIAM KEYNAUD,
Offers his professional services to the publico!
Baton Rouge and vicinity.
OFFICE ON cnüRCII STREET,
The same heretof ore occupied by Dr. R. U.D at
.ipr3-3m
G. \V. BUOKNER,
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public,
SECOND WARD,
OFFICE ON LAUREL STREET,
(Lately occupied by Fuqua & Kilboume,)
mayüfi BATON ItOUOE, LA.
DR. I). L. McKITRICK,
xdeistta.il. surgeon,
CONVENTION ST., NEAR CHURCH,
(Episcopal Parsonage,)
B A TON ROUGE, LA.
Teeth extracted without
PAIN, by the electricforcepe—
a new way <^f applying rlrrfrlrity ^TxFf y'yjft
This is a perfectly safe remedy, "^*-XJLX-T
producing no bad eflPecttfi—the most delicste con
stituTions are rather benefitf -d than injured by
it. Let the sutlerinjj people come and give it a
trial. The poor can hav^ th°ir teeth extracted
free of charire, if they are n <>t able to pay. fehl 5.
IT^Oit LANDRETU'S 6AKD -.N SKKDS.^o in
U. 1). WADDILL'S,
feho Main street, near Third
BUSINESS CARDS.
Dentistry, dentistry.
DUS. I). L & D. STOCKING hav
ing' permanently
M«h1 in ,
olFer their profen I
to tbe citizen* <>i
^
j Htite, we h ive the pleasure of referring to the fol
lowing gentlemen:
lia ton H ou
FionaI servie
this city.
OlUco Con ner of Church and Laurel Sil.
OPPOSITE TBE MBTHriDlflT CHÜRCH.
Together with our many patrons throughout this
Jndgo K. Go or. KT, 1
Jinltro F. II. F auhab,> I 'oinlo Coupee.
A. P bovo.htk, )
J
A
Col. J ohn S. S oott, |
Mr. J. S cott S mit.i, j
Air. J oshua B kal, ^
West Feliciana.
J. W. D ÜPBE, M. D.,
II. B. Hartman, M.D. I ., . t, nti
Mr. J. 0. B ookl , f Baton Rouge.
Dr. R. II. D ay, |
\V. 11. N. M aobudkr . J npr2-y
G. F. Theo. Kingfield,
PBOFKSSOK OF
VOCAL & IXSTRfcMKVIAL MUSIC,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
OS-KICK foöt of Main street, in K L JPfc,.
TerpiniU's residence, For pirticu '»'T. •.•
lars see circular or inquire at hin ollice,
marl g _____
ED. D. CHEATHAM WAT. J. WALTER
CUEATIÜM & WALTER,
Auctioneers, Collectors, Real Estate
GENERAL AGENTS,
R o om s at B ogel's O ld S tand ,
iSalon Hougc, La*
i)UOMPT attention -iv«n to the Hale of Real
Kstatw and Merchandise. apr '£'6
JAMES McVAY,
ARCHITECT & BUILDER
BATON ROUGE, LA.
t&B» 0 «lors left at t"he Hardware Store, opposite
the Bank Building, on Third street, will be
promptly attended to. julyl-y
F. E. PRUYN,
l' arpenter, Gin Wright, & Press Builder,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
XÄ PIlKPARICî) to undertake work in his lin<
>tn<l proffers every assuranee thai he will ex«*
cute any contract or Job work with di.s, atch and
f?ivo Hiti-fi.etlon Orders in»iv be left f« i nun it
his work shop, two streets from St Ferdinand
street, near tiie Asylum (the Gran Iprô residence
jaulO
BATON ROUGE MARBLE WORKS,
J. SMOLLEN & Co.,
manufacturers of
To m (t s , ,11 o h it m r «77,
UiJAD-STON KS, MANTKL.S, ETC.,
9Iatii Street,
apr"G-ly
BATON ROUGH,LA.
EDWARD OKIIROE PLETZO
RIEDEL & PLETZER,
IÎ0I SU, SIGN AM) ORNAMENTAL
PAINTERS,
Glaziers and Paper Hangers,
MAl.V STREET,
(U nder O dd F ellows ' II all ),
ISatoii ISotigx't liU.
HAVING REMOVED OUR SHOP from Third
t) Main street, between Lafayette ami
1'iiird—we beg !e ive to announce to our friends
and the public generally, that we s re better ore
pared t han ever to undertake any jobs in our lin
»t business, with a full stock of
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, (all sizes).
All orders will be promptly attended to.
All orders s nt through the Post Office, will
meet immediate atieution. maylif-y
LEVI KELLUM
HOUSE AND SIGN FAINTER,
GLAZIER, PAVER HANGER,
WHITE WASHER & WALL COLORER,
Vin-.ltr i.yctle ntxl .11 a In M>,,
. baton rouge, la.
VÏTCrvLD respectfully inform the public, that he
V? is now prepared to execute, at the shortest
lotice, all work that may be entrusted to hiui in
his line, at tile lowest c sh prices.
Ifts long acquaintance in this community ren
ders it uunecestiary to refer, except to his previous
engagements. aprSfily
JOSEPH TROSKALOWSKI,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer,
BATON RUÜGE, LA.
ORDERS left at Gazette and Comet office will re
ceive prompt attention. june7
Fred. Funke ,
C ABINE T - M A K E11,
REPAIRER & UNDERTAKER,
Lafayette Street,bet. Main andLaurcl,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
METALLIC CUFF INS kept constantly on
hand. une27
C. F. RABENEORST,
Cabinet - Maker, Upholsterer
—ASD—
U N D E R T A K E R,
Corner af Church and Laurel streets,
(Formerly A. Baumstark's stand,)
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Metallic a:id W ooden Coffins constantlv no
hand, A n <l furnished to order at the shortest
notice» j une23-y
BUSINESS CARDS.
JACOB PIPER,
CABINET-MAKER,
REPAIUER & UNDERTAKER,
Main St., Pip. r iüf llrmlford's old atand,
BATON IIOUOE, LA.
171ÜRNITÜH.K manufictured and repaired to
. order at thort uotice. Metallic Cases. Wal
nut Coffins, Trim mings. Ac., on hand. seiji
CHARLES HUSTON
Wheelwright, Blacksmithing
—AND—
IIORSE-SHOEING,
At his old. stand, near the Catholic Cemetery.
IS WKLL fUPPLIKD with materials and com
petent workmen to execute all work in his
line in a superior manner and with dispatch,
lie respectfully solicits a trial of his skill and
workmanship îroin all in need of such services
feblB-y
BAUM STARK'S
GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE,
Main Street, Conner St. Hypollte,
BATON KOUGE, LA'
HAVING permanently located at the above
stand and opened a FAMILY (/IfOOEHY
and VAKIKTY STORE, our old friends aad ens
tumors are respectfully solicited to give us a call.
No pains will be spared to accommodate thote
who will favor me with a shareof their patronage
sept7-y
BATON KOCJUIS
FRUIT AND FAMILY GROCERY STORE
THOMAS BASILISCO
LAUREL STREET, NEAR CORNER TII1RD,
DEALER IN
H EST INDIA & NATIVE FRUITS,
winks, L iquors, candies,
Vegetables & Family Groceries.
r |!HE freshest Fruits, such as Oranges, ^
1_ Rauanas, Pine Apples, Pears, Lem ,
ons. Quinces, Ac , regularly received in "
their proper season, and sold at the low
est possible prices. sept27
GEORGE M. STEPHANS,
CONFECTIONER,
MUSS EL M ANS' OLD STAND,
TIIIltD STREET.
Ï RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
\j public that he has opened arij
establishment at the above stand, f.>r
the sale of ail the choicest varieties _
of articles belonging to the Confectionery busi
ne«L He will keep on hand, during the season,
FRESH OYSTERS,
and such other refreshments as it may be in his
line to supply his patrons.
His arrangements to accommodate either ladies
or gentlemen, cannot be surpassed.
Au Up-stairs Saloon for Ladies
has been fitted up in'a neat style, to which no
gentlemen, unless accompanied by ladies, will be
permitted to Lave access.
PlKlg n / himself to do all in his power to afford
satisfaction to every one f voring him with a
call, he re.-pectl'ully solicts a liberal shnre ot
patronage. nov!4-4m
A. BLUM, Agent,
DEALER IN
ORY GOODS, CLOTHING
IIATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
—And
PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Corner Africa and St. Napoleon Sts.
HAVING just returned from New Orleans with
i full and fresh assortment of the above Goods, I
rn now better prepared than ever to meet the
int« of im customers, and the public generally
it reduced pncei, so low as to defy competition.
Com»* ont, come nil.
And give A. B lum a call decl9
.it the .Yews Depot,
p
AT THE
IPOST OFFICE
—MAT BE HAD—
The Latest W eekly Newspapers,
PERIODICALS,
MONTHLY MAGAZINES, NOVELS
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATION ERY,
sept8 <£c., (to , (fic.
WASHINGTON HOTEL,
John Gass , Proprietor,
OPPOSITE ACADEMY HAI.L,
St. Louis street BATON ROUGÉ,LAf
t%,The bpst of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
kept at the Bar. july22-tf
Tlie Rest t'ologne Water in Town,
IS PREPARED AND SOLDgBT
J. JASTREMSKI & BRO.,
flufç^9 Near the Courthouse.
JUST RECEIVED,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
GENUINE-NO HUMBUG.
i Uly 27
J. J ASTREMSKI'S,
Drug store, Third street.
BUSINESS CARDS.
wm. 0. randolph. j. wm. hat ks.
RANDOLPH & BATES,
Wltoleainle and Uetall
—DEALERS IN
WESTERN AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
FAMILY GROCERIES, ETC.
PURCHASERS will do well to give u» a call
before laying in their supplies. Call at the
new store on MAIN BTKKKT— in the East end Oj
the 'I unnard Building. octlt)
JOSHUA BEAL,
Corner Third und Convention Streets
BATON ROUGE, LA.
general dealer ib
WESTERN PRODUCE,
FAMILY A PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
School Rooks,
STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
—and—
NOTIONS (iEXGIlALLY,
PRICES TO SÜIT THE TIMES.
0T" Terms Cash. iulyl
r.VASQUEZ. 0. QUINTKHO.
Vasque z Qulntero,
PRODUCE BROKERS,
AND DKALERS IN
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
SMOKING b CHEWING TOBACCO,
Meerschaum and other Ripes,
SNUFF, CIUAd CASUS,
STATIONERY,-CUTLERY, ETC.,
Corner or Third and Florida Streets,
jan6 BATON ROUGE, LA.
S. MENDELSOHN,
—Dealer in—
Groceries, Provisions, Wines,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIÜARS
—And—
FAMILY & PLANTATION SUPPLIES
Cor. Lafayette & Florida Sts..
jyl BATON ROUU0, LA.
M. GRANARY,
DEALER IN
Western Produce, Family Groceries
-AND
PLANTATION SUPPLIES GENERALLY.
BEGS LEAVE to INFORM his FRIENDS and
the public at large, that he will keep on
hand frosh and full supplie? of all articles in the
provision line, which he will sell on terms to suit
the cash basis of trade. A liberal shareof pai
r onage is respectfully solicited, at his stand on
Third street. jnlyl
NICHOLAS WAX.
DEALER IN
FAMILY GROCERIES
And
PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
WEST OF CO U RT no USE 8Q UA fl
ieht! Baton Rooos, La.
LAMPS,
COAL Oil
New Patterns.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED,
direct FROM new tore, BT
J. JASTKKMSKI & BRO.,
aprll Near the Courthouse.
JUST RECEIVED,
A LA ROB LOT OP
Stick Candy, Worcestershire Sauce
PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES,
IN OANB, Ac., Ac.,
For sale, very cheap, at
july25 SIMON MENDELSOHN'S.
MUSKETS, MUSKETS.
—A LOT OF—
SMOOTH-BORE MUSKETS
Well adapted for Shot Guns,
Just received, and for sale at $."».00 each, by
J. JASTREMSKI & BRO.,
aprl8 Near the Courthouse.
FRESII BOLTED MEAL.
HOME MANUFACTURE.—My mill is now
daily turning out a very superior article
ot Bolted Corn Meal. The enst of it is some fifty
cents per barrel more than the Western made,
yet a trial of the former will readily determine it
rnu'-h superior to the latter. Giva the Home
made Meal a trial.
lebld JOSHUA BEAL
LUMBER.
IIJAVK in vard opposite the Theatre on Third
street, 50,00(1 reet of choice, seasoned Lumber,
consisting of Joist, Scantling, Flooring, Weather
boardi"?. and Inch Pl^uk, for sale at greatly re
duced rates |june-9] JAMES McVAY
BARRY'S TRICOPHEROUS.
A FULL suiinly just received at
jelS BJCAL'S-BOOK k VARIETY STORE •
HARDWARE, ETC.
JUST RECEIVED
A TINE ASSORTMENT OF
BUILDERS' AND HOUSEKEEPERS'
HARDWARE,
-AMD
agricultural implements,
t
00NBI8T1N8 OF. ,
STORE, DOOR and other LOCKS, of all kinds
STRAP, T and BUTT HINGES.
DOOR and SHUTTER BOLTS.
MILL and HANDSAW PILES.
RIP, PANNEL and TENON SAWS.
SPIKES, FINISHING NAILS and TACKS.
HAND AXE^and HATCHETS.
COLLINS' A HATCH'S AXES.
TRACE CHAINS, COLLARS and HAMES.
BLIND BRIDLES and PLOW LINES.
SASH CORD and WINDOW SLASS.
SEWING and PEGGING AWLS.
BLACKSMITH 8LEDG10S t HAND HAWSKllf.
COPPER RIVETS and BURRS.
CEDAR and BRASS KAUCKTS—all Bites.
TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY.
SHEARS and SCISSORS.
WHIT ULK AD à CHROME GREEN PAINT.
BOILED and RAW LINSEED OIL and PUTTY
LIME,CEMftNT,PLASTER PARIS, and HAIR.
GARDER WHEELBARROWS,
SPADE», SHOVELS and RAKES.
COOKING STOVES and CURLING T0NG9.
WALL PAPERS' and BORDERS—new patterns
All of .which will be sold at the very lowest
market rates.
JAMES RIcVAY,
raar'27 Third Street, oppoiiite the Bank.
BUILDERS, TAKE NOTICE!
I HAVE IN STORE
A FULL SUPPLY OF
Boiled and Raw LINSEED OIL
SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
WHfTE LEAD,
FRENCH ZINC, and all
OIL COLORS, in quantities to suit
Furniture He Copal VARNISHES
Varnish and Paint BRUSHES,
French WINDOW-GLASS and
PUTTY.
VENETIAN SHUTTERS and
BLINDS of all suitable sizes.
Also, LIME, CEMENT,
PLASTER PARIS and HAIR.
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
a full stock always on baud and for sale at the
lowest R ates.
Now is the season to build and fix up your pio
perty.
BRICKS are plenty and cheap and SAND and
LUMBER are coming down.
Send in your orders aud they will be promptly
attended to by
JAMES McVAY.
French Patent Medicines.
JUST RECEIVED—
Leras' Phosphate of Iron,
Grimault'a Syrup Horse Radish and Iodine,
Injection Brou,
Leroy'g Pill»,
Purgative Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4.
V.mi Purgative,
Sirop de Digitale de Labelonye,
Flon,
Briant,
Lamouroux,
Capsules de haquin,
Mathey-Caylus.
For Bale at
JOHN JARTÈEM8KP8,
ju rieft Third Street Drug btore.
GUNS AND PISTOLS.
ALLEN'S Breech Loading Kitle,
Wesson's iireech Loading Xifle,
Old Style Kentucky Rifle,
Mingle ."hot Guns,
English Dpublt) Shot Guns,
Powder Flasks,
Shot Pouches,
Gun and Pistol Tubes, at
aug27 BEAL'8 BOOK A VARIETY STOKE
Ctenulne German & American
MINERAL WATERS
SELTER'S WATER,
BITTER WATER,
CONGRESS WATER,
For sale at SARATOGA WATER
JOHN V. J ASTREMSKI'S
mayli Drug Store
Window Sashes, Venetian Shutters
and Panel Doors.
InAVE RECEIVED and in store, a fine as
sortment of Window rtaehes with Blinds to
»uit, of the following Biz*e, i\z: 10XV9, 10x14,
10x15 and 10x16 inches; Panel lioora, 3x7 feet 6
inches and 8x8 feet, made in the best manner
and of seasonad Lumber, for sale low.
junel JAMES MoVAV
A NEW PATENT BURNER.
FR Safety, Economy aud Brilliancy of Flame
is unsurpassed.
It is simply constructed, and the draft so ar
ranged as to prevent tbe parts contiguon<to the
Oil from becoming heated lo »»use generation of
Gas ; therefore, It is non explosive.
The Glass Cliimnev can be removed by hand
at the lower part, without burning the fingers.
eÜF- UKll and seo th>*m ij operation at
feb6 3w REAL'S BOOK'A VaR I ET Y STORE
COHN.
BAGS White Corn; 25bagsBran. Just
OV /'/ received and for sale to th*. trade and
consumera, by
f d M JOSHUA BFAL
BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
A FULL stock on hand, and to arrive direct
from the manufactories at the Gazette and
Comet Office Building, Third street.
dec!8 JAMES McVAY
SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
LGOOD stock of choice Sugar-cured Hama in
store and for sale by
I.ecl2 JOSHUA BEAL
white lead.
JUST received, one ton'of fresh pure White
lead, in 25 pound cans, a very superior article
and of three different grades and qualities, and
will be sold at prices to suit the times.
june29 JAMES MoVAY
GOLDEN DWARF PEACH,
THE SUBSCRIBERS attain offer to the
lovers of the beautiful and the loa
cions, well-grown trees of VAN BUBEN'S
OOLDEN DWARF PEACH. There ia
nothing of its aize more beautiful. It is
prodigiously prolific, and in quality of
fruit, it has few, if any superiors. The
fruit is very ornamental, being above me
dium size, of a golden yellow color, with
a rich mottled carmine cheek. The leaves
a<ld much to its beauty, being very large,
closely set, of a deep green color, and
bang on longer thau any other Peach
leaves. It ripens its fruit in September,
attain* a growth of from four to live feet,
the original being bat 28 inohes in height
when four years old. The buds are so
close together that one of these little trees,
loaded with fruit,_ would almost remind
the beholder of an immense bunch ol vetyi
large grapes. The idea that naturally
suggests itself is, that this is an ordinal^
Peach dwarfed; but that ia not the case; it
is u distinct variety with u dwarf habit,
and is not sickly like the common Peach.
This tree will bo invaluable in the ex
treme North, as it is small and can ba
protected from the frost by oovering, or
planting In a box und setting in during
the cold season. It will also be quite an
acquisition to the orchard house.
It originated about the year 1856 with
J. V an B uhen , an oiuinent pomologist of
Georgiu, and is supposed by him to be an
accidental cross between the Italian Dwarf
and Van Zandt's Superb. In the fail of
1859, Dr. J. F. Evans of Chester County,
Pennsylvania, succeeded in getting a few
sturnns of trees, with the pledge tuat he
would not part with any buds before 1881,
uh Mr. V an B deen intended introducing
the tree; but the war thwarted his plana.
The Dr. has put the buds into our hands
and we are now successfully engaged in
introducing it. With the consent of the
Dr. we refer you to the following from' his
pen :
'•The tree, what there is of it, is a per
fect beuuty. The foliuge contrasts strongly
with that of any other peach tree, being
always large, aud of a rich dark green,
and so dense thut not a ray of light can
traverse the head iu uny direction. It is
a dwurf in nothing but wood. Its buds
are crowded together, and a tree three or
four years oid will produce as many of
thum as any other kind of peach tree, and
its brandies will sustain and periect all
the fruit that can possibly be strung upon
tiiorn. And such fruit 1 In color it is a
golden yellow, unlike any other peach I
have ever seen, and the cheek which covers
nearly half of il, is ot the richest carmine;
and, all in all, 1 am free to declare, with
out fear ol contradiction, that the orient
cannot supply a shrub, or a tr#e, whioh is
hardy, that will be more highly esteemed
us an ornament, and lew peaches will snr
pasB it in flavor."
Among tbe many favorable accounts
given by the press, is the following from
the American Agriculturist, September,
1306 :
"This is a comparatively new variety of
Peach, that is a natural dwarf growing,
iuly4or5feet high. The trees we have
-eun, have a remarkably compact habit
and very healthy loliage. We have not
s :en the ripe fruit, but have seen it when
nearly full grown Peaches have of
late years been such a precarious crop as
to discourage their cultivation in most
places. The Golden Dwarf may prove to
be tlie founder oi a race of-peuches of such
humble stature, that they may be pro
tected as easily us raspberry bushes, and
taus allow peaches to be raised In localities
where it is not uow practicable."
Frederick Seitz, Esq., of Easton, Pa.,
exhibited specimens of this tree at the
State exhibition last fall, loaded with fruit;
trees that he had purchased of us two years
previous. Oui stock will bo the best we
have over offered. They stand apart in
the rows, giving thom a chance to become
limby and form a nice shape, so that thoy
will all be extra fine.
PRICE:
Less than Bix, fl .00 each; six for f.1 50;
twelve for $10.00; twenty five for $ I S.00;
fifty for $30.00; one hundred for $ j 0.00.
With the addition of twelve cents euch to
the above prices we will send by mail, free
ol postage. When sent by mail, the prin
cipal part of the top must be cut away, bnt
that will be no injury, us they grow out
more limby. Twenty bnds for $1.00.
Buds by the hundred thousands or tens of
thousands at very reasonable rates, in
making inquiry about buds, state tbe
number you would like to have. In re
mitting please send dralt on New York,
Philadelphia, or Postoffice order on Potta
town, Ponn.
Agents and others who can make it suit
will please order in the fall. We can Bhip
very early by stripping the trees of their
foliage. We would say to those who wish
to practico economy, that they had better
order early, and we will pack well in a
box and send by freight, being much
cheaper than by express. There will tie
no doubt about their safe carriage, and
arriving in good condition. Those wish
ing sent by express, will please name what
companies have offices in their town; also
their preference, so that we may accom
modate. Liberal inducements to agents,
nurserymen and tree dealers. Agents
wunted in every town in the Union, to
whom liberal inducements will bo ordered.
There is nothing that sells better. Onr
agents write ; "We have ordered too few,
we could have sold more if we had had
them. The reason is, everybody that sees
them wants them." Bo Bure yon get the
genuine Golden Dwarf. Any information
given on receipt of stamp. D. M. Dewey
<>j Rochester. New York, offers a splendid
lithographic print of the tred and fruit to
agents for 25 cents.
MILLER & CO.,
Sellzler's Store Post Office,
Chester County, Penn.
P. S.—Send your orders immediately.
Our -motto is "First come, first served."
jan30-lm.
A NEW STYLE OF TRUSSES.
RECEIVED, a fine assortmentof Trusses, of an
improved patent. Being entirely different
to any ever offered for aale in this market. Vot
sale nt
eb20. JOHN V. JASTREM8KI'S
When in Need of a Good Lead Peieil,
ASK YOUR m ERCHANTJbr "H*gOMA»'a,"and
take no other. For sale to Merchants at
New York prices at HEROMAN'S,
augli Corner Ohwcb and Florida Str

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