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The Brookhaven ledger. (Brookhaven, Miss.) 1875-1883, July 07, 1881, Image 4

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Cau a Boston sobool boy be a called
a Hub—bub?
Fowls aro gluttonous—They tako a
peck at every mouthful.
The boy who is well shingled by his
parents will shed water.
The only hand in the world which
blesses those who grasp it is a full
baud.
Young ladies are forming archery
elnbs for the purpose of drawing the
bows.
Many have blown into the trump of
fame, but few have filled it so that it
sounded.
A man in Virginia has discovered the
eleventh commandment. It is: ‘‘Let
them obickens alone.”
They eat peanuts in Chicago theatres
without disturbing anybody. The trick
is to soak the shells.
A correspondent asks us what is the
relation of a university to au ordinary
college. It is a step farther.
Women generally are in favor of cor
poreal punishment. They never go any
where without their switch.
Postage stamps are great travelers,
and yet the majority of them are found
sticking in some corner.
The New York Mail says the only
remedy for a Indy of short 6taturo is to
get spliced as soon as possible.
“I find that with light meals my
lica 1th improves.” said the Esquimaux
and down went another candle.
The woman who marries doe6 well,
but the woman who does not marry
dons better nine times out of ten.
The man who was waiting for some
thing to turn up was rewarded when he
,^ < rtepped npon the edgo of a barrel hoop.
No painter has ever been able to
catch the wild expectant look of a man
who is endeavoring to give birth to a
sneeze.
“I wouldn’t have left, but the people
kinder egged me on,” said a man who
wisaisked why he left his Kansas home
fa a hurry.
Snooks says that the elonds of his
early childhood were no bigger I hat) a
woman’s hand, but a squall always fol
lowed them.
There is a good deal of human nature
in the eauary. lie never feels so much
like lifting up his voice as when others j
are talking.
A fascinnting young lady at a party,
was asked if she ever read Sbakspeare ? :
“Of course I have. I read that when
it first oamn out.”
A little Lowell boy has discovered
why Adam and Eve wore never babies.
It was because there was nobody
to take care of them.
A nrAhnnna tliof. tllO ff PP 1
use of pnnoh often enables men to pee
stars in the day time. They get into
the milky way.
“I have, been present at many relig
ions awakenings,” said the fly, as he
passed from one bald spot to another
in a neighboring pew.
A South End lady says see fdnesn’t
understand the key-hole of Mr. Jones’
door. It is a mystery to her. She
can’t see through it.
8itting Bull’s daughter Is named
Sleeping Water. She is evidently no
relation to the water that Chicago peo
pie are drinking just now.
A Canada man sued a country editor
for libel and got, twenty-five cents dam
ages, and then the editor went off and
made an assignment.
“Do yon love me still, John?” whis
pered a sensitive wife to her husband.
“Of conrso I do—the stiller the bet
ter,” answered the bnsband.
“People generally dream of their oc
cupations,” says the Philadelphia News
The body snatcher must have a nice
time of it, when he’s asleep.
An Irishman who had on a very rag
py coat was asked of what stuff it. was
made. “Bedad, I don’t know I think
the most, of it was made of fresh air.”
This is his first season on a farm.and
he has planted ten acres with tomato
cans. He expects the ground will pro
duce a heavy crop of canned tomatoes.
Six million people in this country
have billions attacks in the spring, just
abont tbe time a man can do the best
of work with a rake in the back door
yard.
In the counting room of a Galveston
Irishman, the following notice is np:
“Persons having no business in this
office will get through with it as soon ns
possible and leave.”
Assisting the Judge.
“These people eay yon were drunk,
prisoner. How’s that?” asked a police
justice of a seedy looking customer.
“Well, now. Judge, yon heard what
they said. You can understand En
glish, can’t you? Four policemen and
six citizens all swore that I was drunk,
and now you want me to explain it to
yon. Ain’t been on the bench long,
have you, Judge?”
“I want to know whether yon were
drunk or not,” demanded the Jndge.
“Well,” said the prisoner, with a
hopeless air, “I haven’t got any mure
_T il-l.t 1,„
enough. If I’d knowed how particular
you are, I’d had some more, but I snv,
just overlook it this time and take what
these people say. I’ll fix it better for
you next trip; i’ll have the whole coun
ty here.”
* “Will von answer my question? 1
want to know if yon were drunk,” ejac
ulated the magistrate.
“Judge, what’s the use of foolin’
away my time like this?'These people
are all respectable, and they say I was
drunk clear through to my spine. I
don’t blame you for being careful. I
like to see it; but dou’t you think you
overdo it a little? If there’s any doubt
in yonr mind, lot the case stand over
and you can write an opinion. I’m in
no hurry about this thing, Judge, but
yon and I agree that you ought uot to
make any mistake. We can’t afford it,
Judge.’’
"Will yon tell me, sir, whether yon
-- were drunk or not?” demanded the ex
asperated justioe.
“What’s the use, Judge? If you can’t
believe four policemen and six citizens,
how’m I to know you’ll put any more
confidence in me? I can’t afford to have
my word doubted in a court room. You
might look over the testimony at your
leisure and examine the authorities,
and say, Jndge, if you like, I’ll submit
a brief.”
"Are yon guilty or not guilty of this
charge? That’s what I want to know,”
said tho Judge, firmly.
“That’s what we are both here for,
Jndge, just to find out that thing. 1
came here on purpose, but we dou’t
seem to make ranch headway. I
thought when these people were testi
fying that they had a clear case, but if
yon don’t like their style, if you know
’em, if you sec anything about ’em that
makes you mistrustful, yon can decide
against ’em without prejudice and let
’em appeal. But be cautious, Judge,
be cautious. I wouldn't like to see any
reflections on these people, any more
than on myself. I’m with yon in the
matter, Jndge, and I don’t want to see
yon do anything ont of the way.”
“I'll send you np for ten days,’ sen
tenced the Judge.
“That’s what I call fair and honora
ble, Judge, {Shake! That's a day for
each witness, and it shows that you be
lieve one-tenth of what eaoh one saiJ.
You’ve boeu at this thing longer than
you claim, Jndge. You're an old hand
at the bnsiucss. Say, Judge, if you'd
like to have this decision in the law
books. I’ll give you a letter to the prin
ter."
And as he sauntered into the Black
Maria he muttered: “And the evidence
showed that I could have got ten times
ss drank at tho same rate. Domed
clever Judge, that; I’ll hire him to try
me the next time I tune np,’’ and Mak
ing a memorandum of the Court's
name the prisoner relapsed into pros
found admiration of the judioiory.
JgBKP&UiSfiCjai*.
NEW ORLEANS. /A
TENKX1TS’"
Annihilator.i
A 8FRE CtfUK FOU 1
Rheumatism, Gout <ta<l Neuralym?
IT WILL not full to cll'ccl « per man
jilt cure in any ordinary case of either
»f these diseases, if used according to
lirecliens.
PRICK, ON'K DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
For Sale by Druggists even where.
G. R. FINLAY & CO.
jtiKW «HI,i:*V.
WHOLESALE AGENTS*
MARS DEN’S
PECTORAL
13 A. L jM,
THE GREATEST REMEDY KNOWN
FOR
Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Bron
ohitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough,
AND
All Diseases of the Throat and Lungs
NO FAMILY annul I no without a
supply of this standard Medieir. . the
merits ol v?h!ch in Die treatment of
Pulmonary atlections, have been laud
ed l>y thousands who have been rescued liy
its timely use from the clutches of disease.
PRICE,
Large bottles, one dollar; small, fifty cts.
For sale by all Druggists and dealers in
patent medicines.
G. K. FINLAY & CO., Wholesale Agts,
New Uric ns.
A. K. BiRRl" fJr
515 Chartres St., New Orleans,
Fashionable Dress & Cloak Making
Robes, Parlor,Re
caption, Party,
Walk mg’and trav
el! n g rostumes
nude in the latest
most stylish and
best fitting man
ner. Orders from
a distance Tor
Wedding or Bri
ll a 1 trousseau,
promptly “execu
ted, as I am .at all
times prepared
with a largo num
ber of skillful as
sistants, and an
extensive and va
ried stock of pat
terns, . trimmings,
fringes and other
adjuncts necessa
rv I * my business.
‘ This jiouse rep
resents a New
Orleans branch of
S. Taylor’s, New
Ycrk. O ne or.:v :tio sjstrm of S. T. Taylor,
: \ rid* is for sale and
lnstri.-;ious given i >r d> use. B’itli this most
e.v. i • ■ f : p rfert fits made
to measurement end p". lively no alterations.
CUTTING AND Ii 5 A SPECIALTY.
feblMv
JAMES A. GRESHAM,
BOOKSELLER,
STATIONER AND PRINTER,
No. 20 Camp St, Near City Hotel,
NEW ORLEANS,
Would respectfully announce his remov
al to a more spacious place of business as
above, where he is prepared to 111! orders for
Law, Medical and Miscellaneous
Books, Stationery, Printing and
Binding.
Special attention is given to the purchase
and sale of Law Books, and the picking up
of Odd Volumes of Reports. Law Libra
ries bought and sold. Any book wanted,
weighing 4 pounds or under, will be s nt by
mail, at one-half cent per ounce postage.
Pleas write to J. A. GRESHAM,
Bookseller and Stationer,
marlO-tf 20 Camp St., New Orleans.
JOHN WARD,
Steam Spifer Maker,
Corner CaJliofe and Peters Streets,
NEW/ORLEANS.
Boilers made to order nt short notice,
and has always ■ on hand, boilers for sale,
made of the best quality of iron.
Address P. O. Box 1854, New Orleans.
apr28-6m
John Bertucci& Co.,
And Dealers in all kinds of
Western Produce, Fruit and
VEGETABLES.
29 Poydras St, cor. Fulton, New Orleans.
Particular attention paiil to conslgnmen s.
apr28-3m
JOHN H. DUNNING,
WITH
PAGE & MORAN,
WHOLESALE
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
10 Magazine St, New Orleans.
apr28-tf
151. Cana! Street. 151.
New Orleans, La,
£r. J* SIi CTAZ.KSS.
Has every facility for giving the bes
operations at lower rates than the same
work can be made for itt any. other city
in Uia TTnifed Stfitcfl.
Oct,:14. ly
H- T. COTTAM & <^0 ,
(Successor to Wang& c-ottam,)
Dealers in Western Produce,
—AND—
C OMMISSIO N ME RC HANTS
82 & 84 Povdras St., New Orleans.
feblfj.
CTOHIT’S
Restaurant,
182 Canal St,uearly Opposite Opera House,
NEW ORLEANS.
JOHN STRENNA, Proprietor.
marl0-3ni_
JULIUS "MEYER,
Wholealea Dealer in
PAPER BAGS,
Wrapping Paper,
Fine Writing Papers, Stationery, etc,
41 Natchez St-, NEW OELEANS.
PRINTING PAPER AND PRINTERS
MATERIAL.
RULED PAPERS, INKS, and ROLLER
COMPOSITION A SPECIALITY
marl4-ly NEW ORLEANS. LA
WILLIAM iBERT,
ORNAMENTAL
Iron and Wire Work,
194 & 197, Magazine st., New Orleans.
Wrought, Cast and Wire House and Cenie
tery Railing, Verandahs, Brackets, Bars
Shutters, Doors and Fastenings, and all de
scriptions of plain and ornamental work,
constantly on hajid or made to order.
Vases, Parlor and Garden Fountains,
Aquariums, Statuary, Flower Pot Brackets,
Wire Flower Stands, Settees, and Garden
Chairs.
Pedestals, Weather Vanes and Stable
Fittings. mnr31-ly
NEW ORLEANS.
r
Importers ami Dealers in
BUILDERS3 AND GENERAL
HARDWARE
CARPENTERS’ TOOLS, CUTLERY,
llon.c I'nruLniiig (aiiods,
of every description.
Grates ami Large Variety of Ranges.
Coaliiag ami Healing Stoves,
of the most approved makes.
Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Workers,
BRUNS &DSSQUE,
72 Camp St., New Orleans.
Agents for the Celebrated ECONOMY
j Cooking Stove, fur wood or coal. Every
! stove fully guaranteed. aprl4-ly
I DANIEL MOUIARTY, AU(HISTUB CKA*T,
MORI ARTY & CRAFT,
Woolesale Gi'occrs,
AND
Rectifiers,
111 AND 113
Poy&ras Street,
Between Camp ami ^laguzinc
Ntreets*
.VJSIVOR£jr..llYS, Lu.
mrl-ly
Carpet & Oii Cloth Warehouse.
MATTINGS,
100 CANAL ST., NEW ORLEANS,
Arc re \ rrivils from China.
New Fancy Mattings,
In a Variety of Patterns,
White and Check Mattings.
Smyrna Rugs & "slats.
OABPETS.
All v 11. (i. . f {j.Lttiii-c at reduced rates.
OIL CLOTHS
Of .Superior Quality.
Latest Patterns in Nottingham Lace Cur
tains, Window Shades. Cornices and
Cornice Poles, Late Styles of Rail
Fringes. apr7-3m
185 - - CANAL STREET, - - 186
New Orleans.
FRENCH MILLINERY,
I». D. and C. P. CORSETS, FRINGES,
Cords and Tassels,
JST OE.2TAME2TTS,
Spanish Lace Scarfs and Fischus,
French Parasols, French Flowers,
PLUMES and FANCY SETS.
{(©“Country orders filled with care.'‘’38
febl7-ly
_ HUSO. H. FREDRICK,
Coppersmith & Sheet Iron Worker
Chimneys, Breechings, Copper and
Iron Steam Pipes,
STIE.I.S WOBMS,
COPPER PUMPS, SODA FOUNTAINS,
Generators. Etc.
DEALER IN
Wrought Iron Pipes, Globa Valves,
PULLEYS, ETC.
88 and 90 Julia Street, New Orleans.
In rear N. O. Foundry & Machine Works.
mar31-ly •
The following Photographic Views
Made during the Carnival, arc Ready.
8 Views of Rex’s Procession.
19 Views of Mistick Krewe Procession.
Views of ships Tennessee, Kearsarge and
Alliance.
G Views of Firemen’s Parade, 4th of March.
Group of Chicago Firemen and Guests, of
Boston Lancers, of Charlestown Cadets, of
Continentals, of Maj. Nevin’s Chicago
Band, of Tennessee Marine Band, of first
Company of 71st Regiment, of Neptune
Fire Company of Mobile, of Eagle No. 7
of this city, etc.
Views of residences, stores, etc., made
promptly and in the most artistic man
ner.
BIDWELL& McCLURE,
131 - - POYDRAS STREET - - 131
New Orleans.
mar24-6m _
r.h7ghaffe,
Wiiolosalo Grocer,
i4nd Deaier In
WESTERN PRODUCE, WINES, LIQUORS
Touacco and Uigurs.
Nos. 33 Magazine and 8G Gravler Streets._
H. U. McKinney,
WITH
JOHN P. RICHARDSON & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Dry Goods & Notions,
126 Canal Street,
New Orleans, ----- La.
dec23Gm
MORRIS McCRAW,
Wholesale Dealer in
WOOEK AND WILLOW WARE
Fishing Tackle, Nets, Seines, Brooms, _
Brushes, Paper, Matches, Fire Works, Tin
and Japaned Ware,
Nos. 59, 61, 63 and 65 Gravler and 19, 21
23 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans.
mar3-3m
NEW ORLEANS.
PECK’S "
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT,
E stablishcdiin 1852.
Sole Agent, For
THE NEW ELDREDGE
SewinglTfiachine.
it I,c:u!n the World.
The people demand the best with
all the latest improvements. It has
no equal iu finish, quality of materi
al or style. Simple in construction
and adapted to the wants of all. It
has self-setting needle and the ma
chine is self-threading. It is the
lightest running machine in the
world and the money will he return
ed to purchaser after one month
trial, if the machine is not what we
represent it, or fail to give satisfac
tion in every respect. Our prices
range from $27 00 to $ 10 00. All
the attachments furnished free.
Send for price list and circulars.
51. A. PECK,
Gon’l agent for the South.
107 ' anal St. New Orleans.
Agents wanted in 5Iiss., La., & Ala.
11. LEWKNTI1AL, Agent at Brook
haven, 5Iiss. mar-18-lyr.
wEraB.mii l Joseph,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco and Cigars,
45 MAGAZINE ST., NEW ORLEANS.
JanGIy
DEL MU SLEWS’
Office for the the treatment of private dis
eases, 95 Exchange Place, New Orleans.
IN VA [ LA RLE DISC JVEKY—So pay required
until a eurc.is effected. Private diseases cuted
in a few days without the use of mercury, pois
onous doses or injections. The treatment adopt
ed by him :s that which has the approval of the
most distinguished surgeons of Paris. London,
and New York, and its universal success has
Droved beyond i doubt thai a permanent cure
for the worst ;cn.ses of constitutional svphina
gonorrhea, gleet, stricture, enlargement of the
prosuite gland. rli-umutbm. Cancer?, diseases
produced by a certain solitary practice, etc., can
now bo oi.talncd to a moral certainty if applica
tion Id i..mle to those w.m.e intclligou v, expe
rience an 1 skill can jhe relied on. Dr. Afullen’s
treat m< nt of dim as s is the most perfect ever
It is nd surest.
The i; nt i: id I d -tamed fr.u.i businesa.but a
cure is oi-Mi;, -d in a f .v us without pain,
liie.onvieuienoe or a change in* diet. Young men
or others who l \ < arn;v! • •xccf? have brought
about invoim ;ary * .•>•. nnmil emission8, general
debility or < • ;• »t-it:«^»a 1 demngam •. may con
sult Dr. Afuilen with honorable confidence. He
oilers them a :n ifect cure Patients treated at
a di.stan b\ em ivsnondeuce. Ali communica
: ions strictIv private*.
i. F. m r i.LEN, M. n.
marliMy 95 Exchange Place, New Orleans.
T. H. Johnson,
with
HARTWELL & CHAMBERS,
ivbioe.e;mai,e'. <;k«ci:ks aai»
IinporUTK oi' H'lucs At l.iquorh
3G Tcbonpitouias Street, & 34 Hew
Levee' Between Htohes & Grnvier,
NEW ORLEANS.
mai27-12iDO.
~PUHS3~Oi S*S.~r
—13RANCH OF Till:—
Telfair, Snedeker & Rucke^
CIL KAWUFACTOItY,
Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LUBRICATING AND
BURNING OILS.
T. S. & R’s Celebrated Ex. Cylinder Oils,
“ “ Sublime Lubricating Oil,
u Fun' Neatsfoot Oil,
“ Extra axle grease for all kinds
of veliickles, fully guaranteed at the lowest
rates in the South. Send for circulars.
James N. Qiin, Agent,
j and Cm Sfi Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans
WILLIAM MACK,
NO. 26 NORTH PETERS STREET*
(Corner Customhouse,)
NEW ORLEANS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
OlaB IRON1
And all Sorts of Metals,
Rags Rope and Paper Stock. The highest
cash prices paid for all articles.
mar3-ly
E.J.HART & CO„
E.J.
(£6?) WHOLESALE DEALERS,
Importers & Commission Merchants,
GROCERIES A^D DRUGS,
73, 75, 77 and 79 Tchoupitoulas Street,
raarlO-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
LEON MYERS WITH
Jno. I. Adams <C Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
anil dealers in Wines and Liquors,
43, 45 and 47 PetorsStreet,
NEW ORLEANS. _
SAW REPAIRER & FURNISHER,
- 103 Tchoupitoulas Street, - 108
NEW ORLEANS.
All Saws purchased of me are warranted to
stand any reasonable test without extra
expense. Sav- ;• -paired by me are
WiiiTiiiiied.
When sending Circular Saws -;for repairs,
mark the log side, and state the number ot
revolutions per minute.
TERMS CASH.
All Orders promptly attended to. jan20
MILLINERY
AND
BERLIN ZEPHYRS.
M’me Rosa Reynoir,
Xo. » Chnrtrc* St. near Canal
9
HEW 03tl.l:.t>N.
Respectfully invites her patrons and ladies
visiting the city to call at her popular es
tablishment and inspect the large variety of
exquisite
FLOWERS, NECKWEAR, ETC.,
just received from Paris, and inuuensestock
of Straw and Chip Bonnets and Hats, trim
med for the special benefit of strangers wish
ing to make their selection while here. Her
styles are the newest and prices the lowest
in the city.
BERLIN ZEPHYRS
just received, 1000 pounds, comprising all
shades and sizes.
Orders solicited and goods cheerfully ex
changed when not satisfactory. feb24
IsK IF ORLEANS.
J, L GIBBONS & CO.,
DKALEKS IN
Hay, Corn, Oats and Bran,
57, 69,01,03 Now Levee Si, cor. Poydras,
NEW ORLEANS. a]jr28-3m
.d ••• ;* * .» ’V.
V -V;'
/<$'
Iff HUNTER Vt \
{:( GENSLINGER, ] 1
T| FUBDER !
\\ STAMPS,
\\ 46 Camp St., L/J
A * NEW ORLEANS. LA./'//
p to
Agents wan ed. Bend tor samples. fcbS-ly
WANTED
Ifyasuitahi and trustworthy servant, a
situation in city, town or country; can fur
nish the most 'atisfactory references from
the last fainiit* in America, lam willing
to give grr.tnti ms service for a few days to
those who it* nd to employ. My qualifi
cations as a family servant arc
j.'jrst.—1 an. of age and hav powerful
arm.
Second. I tm of good fora., well built,
and have an iron constitution
Third.— 1 n.ed no doetoi r i ('never have
lits. .
Fourth. -I am a good worker and wil
ling at all tit les.
Fifth—1 require no rest, as I never tire.
Sixth.—AT the food I require is a few
drops of oil Adi day, which keeps me ex
ceedingly nimble.
Severn! «fcave not a single vice or had
habit. .■.»<*»/
Kiglittie ' it*1 rltsk b r a holiday.
Ninth 1 always give satisfaction, no mat
ter how fast i am compelled to work.
Tenth.—I Itave a simple yet effective de
vice for dt in* all kinds of sewing.
Eleventh - I have no country cousins or
other company. , ,
Twelfth- I have no particular religion,
but am willing to conform to the belief of
my employer.
Thirteenth. -I can easily 10 the work ot
the largest family.
Fourteenth—I am a thorougli-bred
American horn, and .cared in the city of
Philadelphia ami State of Pennsylvania.
Fifteenth Having been employed by
families of rJl Nationalities, lean under
stand one language as well as another.
Sixteenth. 1 am a friend to every one,
and no fatuity should be without me.
Mv name, is American, and 1 am a sew
ing machine.
j can iuluuiiu «*«. i»*v.
American Sewing Machine Go.,
189 Canal St, Now Orleans, La.
Agent for Domestic Patterns. Catalogue
free. Address, O. L. CrLEK.
r.ov‘25 lv
KEEP'S SHIRTS!!
Complete and Partly made.
AND
FUR&: iHING GOODS.
lo2 Canal St., New Orleans.
Country orders solicit d. We pay freight
on ail ( i .1 tillers. Satisfaction guaran
teed or mom jrcfundi d.
V. C. Si EUW IN, -152 Canal St.
licclfl 1 / I
O r» —— - - 1
liM i'anal Street,
Dealer in the very best
PIANOS.
THU C1IICUEKIAU
Have been in use over sixty years. Their
factory is t|e largest in the world.
'rise: iuTHS NHEK
Are very celebrite'd, and are in great de
maud.
T 3 £■! HALE
Tliere are in up of these Pinos 48,000.
They are good ahd cheap.
Every Piano uhl by this house with full
guarantiee.
Our prices wi 1 be found low, and terms
o suit.
Second hand danos from $50 up.
NEW ORLEANS.
H. W. STORK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
Western & Northern Produce,
FRUITH, ETC.
No. 3 Poydras Strict, Now Orleans.
Prompt attention given all businesH en
trusted to my care, and qtiickand profitable
returns made.
tgrCour.try o. dors solicited. apr7-3m
FRED S HOUSE,
RESTAURANT AND LODGINGS,
Two doors above St. Charles Theatre,
* NEW ORLEANS.
inar3-6m
K. EL S, Martin,
49 - Pojilrai street, - Si*
NEW ORLEANS.
DEPOT.
coi't'or* sb;bci> a?i- i»s,a;vb i:\Cj!
Boyd’s Prolific, Petit Gulf, Bolivar coun
ty, i, * im« ssco, Texas, Dickson’s
and other Choice Seeds. apr7-‘2m
A. VALETON &C0.,
General Commission Merchants,
[And Dealers in
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage,
HIDES, WOOL, MOSS,
Turkeys, Chickens, Eggs, Fruit and Game
No. 2 Poydras St., New Orleans.
Special Attention given to Consignments.
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We would respectfully call your attention t->
our Cresoeut N^iral-'in Cure, just Introduced to
the public. v.'r. gun rentes tt to euro neuralgia,
rheumatism and gout in a few d ye. Mr. T.D.
Clement had snlfetcd for years from neuralgia,
obtaining no relief, except from the ir.Jvt Non
of morphine, after whi-h the disease came back
with redoubled fury. lie finally dl covered this
remedy,
CRESCENT NEURALGIA REMEDY,
and found upon each application that the palu
grew less until, in a few days time, it cease 1 al
together, and though several years have elapsed
no pain has returned* lit* (*vuud it-actcd upon
his neighbors with the same results, both for
rheumatism a»*d gout, as well as lor neuraigJP.
It is composed entirely of vegetable mailer and
is free from all poison—-entirely harmless. Ir
cutes headaclie, sore throwi, tired or swolen
limbs, and ail inflamatory diseases. It !is made
from roots and herbs that grow in the South.
Gallman, JUirs., Mar. 31, ’SI
T. D. Clement—This is to certify that 1 was
suffering, as l was Informed by my family phy
sician, with neuralgia of the klndeys, and he
gave me out to dm. Two other physicians were
called to make an incision, and before the day
8ft for them to come I received a botUe of your
neuralgia cure, which entirely cured me. Any
one cun write mo about this; I will swear to it
if necessary. Respectfully, JounCoar.
ITazlnbukst, Miss., .ran. 5, ’si.
T.D. Clement:—I take great pleasure in being
able to say to yon and all sulfeiiug from neural
gia and rheumatism, I was unable to walk for 2
weeks. Mr. C. gave me two bottles of neuralgia
cure, and in 3 days I could walk % mile without
a stick or crutch, I had a bottle left and sent it
to Mrs. R. d. Catching, who was suffering from
neuralgia of the face; for such you will find a
certificate with mine. R. R. GILRERT.
Hazlehubbt, Miss., Jan. 5, ’SI
This is to certify that I have used Clements
Neuralgia Cure in my family, and consider it a
most efficient remedy. - R. J. Catching.
B®"Always shake the bottle before using.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR TER BOTTLE.
Manufactured by
UiGMENT& WOOD,
103 Common -Strict, New Orleans, La.
We solicit orders from all dealers. uprl4-ly
For sale in Brookhaven by Daughtry &
Smy lie. _
e. mTsTvoriT
Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
Special attention given to the sale of
Fruits, Vegetables & Country Produce
21 and 26 Poydras St. New Orleans.
Oranges, Lemons and Bananas a specialty.
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St* James Hotel
No. 40 Magazine St-, Near Canal.
New Orleans,-- JLa
J. P. LONS LEY, Prop.
Board from$2 to $3.50 Per Day
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NEW ORLEANS.
|S1TALLF1CT|0N?
]'lease Read tlie following well authenti
eated Facts ns nn appropriate Answer.
1,1st of n few of the nuiriy astonishing cures per
formed by
IDr R. R. Rotoorts
St his Me<!leal ami llygonle Institute, Mr. Maga
zine street, near corner Jackson. New Orleans.
I urlng the present spring ami summer. lssn. |
ELECTRICITY,
KTECT RO-M AON El ISM,
Vital Psycho Magnetism,
And the Most Approved Modern Medication.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Dr Roberts Diar/noses Disrates Without
Questions.
OFFICE HOURS 8 A. M. to 7 P. M
A Partial List oj Diseases which Dr
Huberts Treats.
In the treatment of the following diseases. Dr
Robert's system lias no equal in producing spee |
<ly and permanent cures: nervous rlieuiunt sm. ;
neuralgia, rheumatic geut, articular rheuma*
ism, latteral, posterior and anterior curvatures
of the spine; dyspepsia, rtropay, abdominal drop
sical tumors, nervous debility, paralysis, shak
Dg palsy, palpitation of the heart, diabetes, in
cipient consumption, nasal catarrh, bronchitis,
loss of voice, kidney diseases, liver complaint,
•arlial insanity, scrofula, impotency, loss of
manly vigor, sterility, falling of the womb, piles
blindness, fistula, syphilis, all female diseases,
eucorrhea, hour albus, painful menstruation,
suppression of the menses, etc.
TESTIMONIALS.
No. ISC Chipewa street,
New Orleans, January 3d. 1880.
To whom it may concern;
I On the isth day of Juno, 1870, an abcess form
ed on the left hip of my wife which destroyed
i e use of the limb .and left her helpless. Her
mfferlngs were terrible, and her life was rapid
y ebbing away, yfter trying everything that
could be thought or heard of in medicine wlth
>ut relief, I then heart! of and sent for Dr. It. K.
Roberts, who, by his vital psycho-magnetic pow
er, In a few weeks restored me u*;e of the limb.
She is now able to walk to his »tflce for treat
ment aud back home without assistance.
XV. H. /t.USsKTT,
Captain of the Martha.
Catarrh bronchitis, affection of the left lung,
lyspepsia,palpitation of the heart,and “not very
well any way,” all cured.
New Orleans, January 1, 1880.
I hereby certify that I have been very much
afflicted with nasal catarrh, bronchitis, severe
affection of the left lung, palpitation of thv
heart and the worst form of dyspepsia for one
year, and I was passing into quick consumption
surely and no mistake. Five of the most emi
nent physicians of this city failed to afford me
any relief before I called on Dr. Roberts. He
has wonderfully improved me, and though under
treatment. 1 am steadily gaining. I will cheer
fully answer inquiries personally.
jfm. Ziegler.
ARTICULAR RHEUMATISM.
New Orleans, June 6th, 1880.
I have been very badly affected with articu
lar rhcumaii»m and dropsy ot the knee Joints,
they being awolen very large, stiff ami painful
for s months. The usual remedies and prescrip
tions 1 tried did me no good I had made ud my
mind that I i.ould become a permanent cripple,
a then iieard of and applied to I)r. Roberts, wiio
magnetic treatment u pc; feet cure. m. W.auliq
Corner Philip and Freretsts.
vfBUO.Ml.NAI. TUM011.
CarruiiK n, La. January 5,1SS0.
I have suffered awfully with a:i abdouiinal
dropsical tumor for four years. No physicians
whom I tried afforded me any relief until 1 up
plied to Ur. Roberts, who lias been treating me
fust one month. I am now only too happy to
testify that the tumor has been entirely remov
ed. -Sly general health is necoming excellent.
Mrs. THFRKSA IIAOAKDOK,
Dyspepsia, Dropsy# Nasal Catarrh
New Orleans, January 6th. isso
T hereby certify that i have suffered very much
with dyspepsia for* twelve years, vtfter having
tried many remedies prescribed by many emi
nent ; physicians of this city, I was effectually
cured by Dr. Roberts. He has also cared my
wife of general dropsy ot six months standing
' and i!..- I > •. rr t i deafness of the rigiit ear
she Im, s.; , ,t;y from the last nara
| ed disease ioi tv ve..rs. 1 will answerr inquires.
John Jithjk,
CONSUM PTION.
Nr-.. Orleans, September s, 1879.
I cer. ify that f have m u b»d with connsump
lion, irom nasal catarrh, for over one year
Light regular doctors hud failed to cure uie bc
foie calling on Dr. Ro;«- rts I alfo tried the
physicians of the fharity Hospital; they also
fail id to afford t j rticle of reli if. I ir, Rom rta
itu» perfectly u..,q i.,c to sound health. The
awful eaugh anil spitting of corruption have
both ct ased. H ill miswer inquiries concerning
my case, i live co;n* r Philip and Liberty sts.
.Mrs. Uklia Fowjlek.
Engorgement of tin .Tom!*, nyspepsai arid Leu
corrhoea.
Mrs. Louis • /rimer, Magazine, terribly af
ted with enlur^ -:;t of the womb, leucor
riiea and dy.-pe.,.-]; •,*:;< petftuly cured br l)r,
Roberta in Muy • d June, 1S79. A remarkable
euro. octll
Paper Hang'ng, Window Shades.
T. J. BROWM,
PEACTiCAL PAPEE HANGEjR,
And Dealer in
Paper Hangings & Window Shades
2G2 Camp St., New Orleans.
I have a full line of latest styles, and being up
town where rents are low, I am enabled to sell
and do work at • very low prices. Competent
workman sent to the country. Send to* Sample
Hook. may 26-6m
F. NEWHALL
REMOVED TO
117 Common Street, N. 0. 117
One Door from Camp Street.
Wall Paper and Window Shades
All Grades—Prices Low.
II. II. HASKINS, Successor. may26-6m
John P. Scheme!.
MANUFACTURER OF
HORSE AND MULE COLLARS.
PI an tat i< : - and Plantation Stores supplied
at Lowest figures. Send for price list.
8,10 and 12 Canal Street,
CORNER FULTON,
Neiv Orleans3-La.
may!2-ly
"brookhaven.
JJH.SCHWALL,
MANUFACTURER OF
1 Fine Boots and Shoes.
None but good leather used, and work
guaranteed. All orders will receive prompt
attention. mar31-6m
w7w. rTsherT
lias opened a
Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Ware
MANUFACTORY,
Opposite Charles ITeuek's store where, he
is prepared to do all work in his line, such
as guttering, roofing, repairing, copper
work, etc., and will keep on hand a full line
of tinware. Special aitention given to re
pairing. Will keep a
Large Assortment of Stoves,
Satisfaction guaranteed in every instano
Call and see him. dcclG-1 v
Sam Light foot,
BARBER,
FRONT STREET,-BROOKHAVEN
BROOKNAVEN FOUNDRY
AND
MACHINE SHOP,
JOS. CONNELLY, Proprietor.
I would respectfully inform the public
that 1 have purchased the foundry formerly
owned by Capt. Hoskins, and am prepared
to do work in as good style, or better than
heretofore.
WORK FIRST-CLASS,
and satisfaction guaranteed. I would be
pleased to have my friends and former pat
rons call on me, and I promise them work
promptly. mar3-3m
nr. H. J. Bowen,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
BROOKHAVEN, MISS.,
Offers his service to the people of thta sec
tion and the surrounding country. H« »lU
attend calls at any hour of day or night
Office at Daughtry * SsayUf * Dreg
oe. Oct21-Iy
___NEW ORLEANS.
MRS. 0. LHOTE. _ . A~ SAMUELS. I
LHOTE & CO., I
SINII. IHIOR, BUND i\i) llin !Attii4UiUilfllRi;ir f#
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINKS OK Bu
ROUGH AS^D DRESSED LUMBER.
Plantation Cabins cut to order, and designs for all kind* of bnildinys.
Office, Factory and Yard*, Henri of Old Basin; Branch Office ami Sample Rooms 32
Carondelet Street, New Orleans. apr7-lv
S. JAMISON’S SON,~~ I
NO. 69 CARONDELET STREET, ft
NEW ORLEANS
' SOLE AGENT SHELBY, ALA., LIME! Kg
^ ’ Bole Pkopbietor H
Celebrated Crescent Sugar Lime, p^|
And Dealer in all kind* of
I.line. Cement, Holt kinlplitir, I'I re,
llrieU, l*ln»fer I'nrlmHIille Ha nil
11 n I r, l.nlh* anil
BUILD!Nti MATERIALS GENERALLY K
Warehouse, 91 Fulton and 109 Peter* Street*.
BUY YOUR CLUTnUNu
IN NEW ORLEANS,
-OF
WHEELER & PIERSON
13 & I 5 CAMP STREET,
Moderate Prices, Rest Goods, and superior make and fit. Rules
self measurement sent on application, and orders carefully filled and sef
C.O.D
Complete stock of Clothing in Wholesale Department tip stairs, suitable for country
Merchants,at very low prices. <hel ly
J. O. L A R O S E,
DEALER IN
BUILDNIC MATERIALS AND NAVAL STORES.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER AN9 FIRE BRICK,
FAXXTTS, OILS, EH'CTSZXSIS & CLASS.
No. 37 Natchez Street; Warehouse 62 Notre Dame; P. O. Box 585, New Orleans.
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~YALE & B0WLING7
Importers and irholcsalc Dealers in
Dry Goods, notions and Millinery,
17, 1!) & 21 Magazine, and 88 Common Sts., Xew Orleans. ianl3t
SAMUEL L BOYD,
IMP0R7’ER ANT) JOBBER IN
Dry 4* ootls mttl Notions,
Cornrr Common and 7vTn"azine Streets. A
The Mississippi Trade wiiJ find it to their advantage to give us their trade it.
Dry (hiotls :iml .Motions. All prkvs *r>iornnte.-d. Special allenth u paid to
freight rates. The larysL stoe!t if'eod* adopled to your \v:ints ill the I'nitsd
States, our Order and Oener.il Sales I)( irtioeiit will he under special super'
vision of Hr. ICIuunt 5Iud»on, who will aiw- his personal allcutton to alt
orders
ra:,31-6m S. L. BOY Dr
LOUISIANA STEAM SASH FACTORY,
—MANUFACTURERS AM) DAEALERS IX—
Mouldings, Lumber, Stair Work, Window Glass, Etc.
299, 301, 303, 305, 307, GRAVIER ST.,
New Orleans,
ROBERTS’ & CO., Proprietors.
Branch Office, 52 Caronuelet Street. Till Jfay30
ROUND CORNER DOOR
8 A. F E 8
BURGLAR PRUUF.FIRE PROOF AND DAMP PROOF.
1 he largest assortment on haiiclever exhibited South, and tor sale at price# as low &
first-class work can be made. For Diagrams, Kstimutts. Ere., address
ROY & T1MBRELL, Agents,
28 Camp Street, New Orleans, La.
marl7 Gm
LOUIS GRUNEWALD,
GIl UNEIVA LD11A LL , N E W OP LEA NSt
PIANOS .:*SOLD -OW
EASY
-AND
Monthly
ORGANS PAYMENTS
LAMEST H
_GENERAt AGENT FOR THE
Leading Pianos and O^gins.
° IN THE WOULD!
STEINWAY. WEBER, KNABE, PLAYEL AND FISCHER PIANUSt
Direcl Importation ol all kind, of Musical Instruments, for Str . and Brass Band
Accordeons, Music Coxes, Guitars, Violins, Banjos, Hand Oi„ ins. Strings in
Lar"e Variety; Materials, Trimming* and Sheet Music.
Prices Greatly Reduced and will compare favorably will any noilnern bouse.
Send for catalogues and pricelists. j'sUINICWALD
Nos. 14,1b, 8. 20 and 22 SaronneSts, New drleann
BRANCH HOUSE, 127’Canal Street. ocl23 _
Samuel M. Todd,
Importer and Dealer .in
Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
V ARNISR, dRUSIIKu, A RT18T8’ MATERIALS B
Illuminating and Lubricating Oils.
AGENT FOR
Johnston’s I)rv Kalsomine and Fresco Paints, Knsscll Co’s Palette and
Putty Knives, Nobles & Iloav’s English Varnishes, Baxter Jr,Beds. Pare
LiqHidPaints,_No. 37 Magazine St.. New Orleans. La
e Active Stove.
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