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1X. H. EAKNLT, Cataiiagh, Harney llroien, 5uffeors t &ranton, lUrney & Co., UfrOETtl- Or AN j l'LALKK-S IS ill! MD HOMERIC WBE, mohili:, ALA. May 4. Gulf City Foundry Company, MOBILH, A Ti A . -MASVFACTVKEKS Of STEAM ENGINES. AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF Casting and Machinery for Saw Mills, Grist Mills. ; UfilMimgi, itmtteritB Mf PlmHlmlimH lit. Agent fur 1K5uwu' ateata annpa JudsWa governors, Ivan' and Uray'a tot m pram, Geuit-r mauaf-tariug eotnpanj'e engines, kvrte-pewere and separators. rWoeHlhan.t builcrt, eaginea aud aiachiuerj furiale at very low price. In r- h 1 WM. V. BEROUJON, UNDERTAKER Northwest form Conception and Coati streets, 71011 ILL, ALA. A full en pply of every article ia tha Inula, Pnnrtnnl .it. t. .n kordere received night or day. A full snpply of Hitrial Kobe kepi in ituck I nee retlnrrU in accordance to tha Inly l, l-4. Alba&Carmelicli .AND- I iyery & !tLE Stables Noa. 43 and 45 South Royal St., Mobile, Ala. Keen tba finest Biiriil Cankets and jCaeea, the Intent at lee or M. talio, Ma Chogauv d Rnaewood Comua.' iUi every grade of cheap coHiiia. laving rrhUr.1 our establishment ritft all late improvements, and liuv- liiiK now the larireat stock on hand wi (are enabled to sell at reduced rule. Customer entrusting their trade t" iia will be guaranteed satisfaction. Unlrra by telegraph will receive prompt attention and satisfaction ItO-aruiitecd. f imtiuI attention paid totlia biivlnir :inl selling of horse and vehicle. Miiryh 2. 14. 4 f McKay & Roche, PROPRIETORS WAVERLY STABLES, AND UNDERTAKERS, ROYAL STREET, Between Register ofltee and Battle Hon, MOBILK, ALA. tThelr elegant lino of Undertakers OikmU are aelected from the best mannfsc torie, and no pa ina are spared to make thia department second to nono. Mr. K. P. UI.ALACK, at Hcranton, ia authorised to set aa our agent, aud orders through hiui will biivo our prompt atten tion. McKAY & ROCHE. March 7, 1884. My McDonald, March & Co., Marble Dealers, AND MANUFACTURERS ' MONUMENTS, TOMBS, GRAVESTONES. MANTELS AND 8TONEWORKI OF ALL KINDS. Invite parties wiahinjr anything In tkoir line to cull mid examine duaigua and eonfor with them. All work gnarnuteed to be f lully np to denign aud Hpvcilicnlions, nnd ut ne low prices aicun be obtained anywhere. MOBILE, ALA. April 18, 1884. 7-1y Henry Hamersen, SucocsRor to Ferdinand Smith, RESTAURANT And Oyster Saloon, Mo. 32 North Royal street, MOBILE, ALA. Ladies' private diniog saloon np-stuirs. tVFirst-cluss lodgings. SaTy 4,1884. lH-Cm JAS. CUNNINGHAM & CO., IMPORTERS AND UKAI.f.ltS IN Foreign and Domestic HARDWARE, Agricultural Implements, Builders' and Wagon Muterinl, Mantels and Heating tttoves, agent for the celebrated Charter Oak Cook Stoves and Rnngos, Fairbanks' Standurd Scales and B. F. Avery A, Co.'a Plows, Southeast corner Dauphin and Water streets and 12 South Commerce t MOBILE, ALA. May 2, 1884. 9-Cm FURNITU RE! IX E. Ilorres, DKALKH IS Furniture of Every De scription ! Price lowet thau any other, bona la theSoutlu 52 Dauphin street, MOBILE, ALA. Nay 30, 18K. 30-ly MANIFESTS Tt tola at tail aea minim M-'i.ii I T. I". RKV N, A. t UUir LKKO. 8?-,r tune, and far below city price ' r ' A. PINCUS, nuui ix CLOTHING, ANl euV Fiiriiihiii Uoods Comer Royal and Panpbin 8U, MOBILE, ALA. November 14,14. 37-3m PETER BURKE WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST 0, 8 aud 10 Dauphin street, cor. Conimcrco, MOBILE, ALA. uoiranle Healer and ditrihntintr airi'til 1.1,. ...... for manufacturer of Tobaccos and C Pipes and Hinitr, etc iurs, IOV 14, 1004. 27-(lin JOS. FELRATH, Practical Watci-ltatar, AND DKALER IX Goli rsilyor Watches. Chains. Etc. 39 Dauphin Street, MOBILE. ALA. f? WutcliPH.JClotlsand Jewelry prompt ly repaired All work neatly executed hi narniiiccil. November 14, 1884. 37 -Cm DriilTeamShrla? Sl::a, North Rojrl Slnet, 110IIILK, ALA., CLAIBE and TOBE. CLAIOR, formttly of h Ilatllt Houae Shaving KiLmn. T011E. Formellyof ilio Piilat Clear Botul. Ono of the neatest and most complete shaving suloons in the city. Where bv KtHi't attention to hn.ln .nJ .m. alt'llllin t.) thrir linlruu. kun. I.. . .III. kliu. til .. v. .In.,.nM, . jmiT. n'MptTtttillV: ('l-AIBOKNK C C'AHTER, TOIIIAh WILLIAMSON. AoTpniber 14, 1W4. 37jm ADAM GLASS, FURNITURE, At Wholesale nnd Retail ! Mobile, .tla. Carrylna tha largest atock of Furniture in the Stnte. 8ncecssor of the Mobile Furniture Fac tory, Buy yonr Furniture of ADAM GLASS. July 11, 1884. 19., COAL ! COAL ! ! Delivered t every point between Mobile and New.Orleaus, at the followiua prices, via : " Stpam Ciml by ear loail, per ton U 00 Clnito Cnnl by par load por tm 4 vs (irate Coal l.y tho k F. 0. II. Mobile. t sb (.rnteCiial by the tierce F. O. It. Mobile.... 3 S3 B ai kmiith cm by the rank F. O. B. Mobile.. S 00 lUaekamitii cual by the tleree F. O. II. Moliile 3 00 uiiro WUU1LK COAL CO., Buwowmra to D.txxia Co., Mobile. Ala. October S4, W4. S.6m J. K. IMA l ALL, Bocbsllsr d Mm, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER. No 5 North Water Street, MOBILE, ALA. Law, Medical aud School Books. December 12, le54. 41-3m SPENGLER HOUSE, IP-TOWN HOTEL, AND EESTAUHUTT, OPPOSITE CAPITOL, ' JACKSON, MISS. European and American Plan. CHRIS. HINCKLE, Proprietor. Deo. 14 883. 41-tf LOUISVILLE. GEO. LOOMS, -DEALER IN- FINE CARRIAGES. Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., 110 West Main Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. 6epU6,l&t4. 27-Gtu, I to a Skill at B.'l Nje ia Sta I raaoxn lag'eUt Je. Mr Dear i-: Your letter cf Ut erk reached a .vestr'jy, ami I enclose) tliirtera tloiiars wbub is all 1 Lave Lr mo at I be itf snt time. 1 tii.t)- all tba oter tbute uext week aud nuke the bal ance of a bat jou aauted. 1 will i roltably have to arar tbe oM buf U'.o overcoat to kueetiu again Ibis aiuttr, lnt tbat don't rujtier o long as joa art cettiu ao eJu eatiou. 1 bope you will get jour educa tiou aa cheap as you can, ior it cm nips yoor auotber an J uia like S.1U1 Hill to ut op tba niouej. Min J yoa, I Uou't cotupUiti. 1 kuew education come liiuu, bat J know tbe clotbes dost so like sixty. 1 wuut you to be so that you eaa go any a here, spell tbe hardest word. I waut yoa to be able to so amoujr tbe Koreans or tbe Modes and lVraians ami talk to toy of tbetu in their native tougues. I never bad any advautages ben 1 was a boy, but your mother aud I decided that we would sock you full ol knowledge, if your lirer bfld out, regardless of ex pen so. te cull.it to doir,ouly we waut you to go aa slow on swallow-tuil coats as possible till we can tell our bay. ow, regard i us (bat boat pad dung suit and that base ball suit aud tbat batbing suit nnd that roller riuktutu suit and that lawu teuuls suit, mind, 1 don't cute about tbe expense, becauso you say a youug inou can t really educate bioiMilt tborougbly wi bout tbeui. but I wish you would send borne what you get tbiougb with this full, and I'll wear them through winter tinder my other clothe. mo uare a goou tieai or severer winters here thau we used to, or iie I'm (Ailing lu bodily health LiiRt wiuter I tried to go through without nnder clotbett, tbe whv I did when I was a boy, but a Moui tolm ware came down our way and picked me out ot a crowd with its e es slief . lu your last letter yon nlhilcd to getting injured in a littlu "Imziug ecu me witn a pelican Horn the ru ral tlistiict." 1 don't want nnv harm to come to you, my hoii, but it I went Horn the rural tlwtrict, and iinu'iirr .iuiiii iiniinj; irom i ne rural districts undertook to haze uie, I would meet In in when I ho muii goes down, nnd I would swnt him iicross the buck of the nock with a fence-board, aittl then I would meiiniler ncross the pit ot his stomach and put a blue forget uie not under bis eye. Your father ain't mnch on Gre cian mythology and how to get the square root of. n barrel ol pork, but he aotildnt nllow'any cdtiea tionul institutions to haze him with impunity. Perhaps you remember once when yon tried to haze ronr lather a little, just to kill time, nnd how long it took yon to recover. Anybody that goes nt it right cm have a good deal of fun with your father, but I hose who have soil iht to monkey with him, just to break up the monotony of life, hnve must hi ways succeeded m niidiiiff what tney songhf. i niu t niucn ot a neii8mnn. an you win nave to cxcnso this letter. we sro nil quite well, except old Fan, rlio hits a galil shoulder, and hope this will find you cnioviiiL' the same great messing. Your FA Til Ell. A Quartette ot Patriots. A group of lawyers were dis cussing the late war at the corner of Whitehall and Wall streets re cently : 'I was at Shiloh."said one. "and while stundinir nnder a smokv skv in n storm of leaden hail beheld tho noble. Albert Sidney Johnson fiht and fall upon the blood red altar of bis country." "And t," said another, "was nt me v liderness when the rery air was red with the fire of battle mid tbe myriad ruiuies sang their death songs in the ear ot the brave. I, too, iougnt, bleu iiuu ttieu lor in v country." "And I," snid a third, "stood In the fire's front at Gettysburg when tbo wild rebel yoll mingled strange ly with tho shriek of the deadly sneii unit plowed t lie patriot ranks. I, too, fonght, bled and died for my country." "And I, gentlemen," said a lank. seedy, solemn mau with a faded umbrella nnder his arm, "I was nt Jonesboro when shot and shell sped swiftly by in tho wngon traiu and uM anmilail Inar Tint- f nr na .. patriot j and while I neither fought uor died, l uled lor my country -I bled the army mules I Gentlemen, I am a horse doctor ; are there any Jackasses iu tho crowd T" Atlanta Journal A man in Yazoo county has an eight dollar bill that is one hun dred aud eight years old. The corn crop this year is esti mated at nearly two billion bush els, ibis is about one buudred million bushels more than the crop of 1870. . Eating a small piece of soap nt stated intervals ia recouimouded by a Berlin physician as a bstter remedy for dyspepsia and sour stomncU than soda, magnesia or liiuo water. During the pat fi ve years our government war pensions have cost this country nearly three hundred million dollars. The rate of mortality in the Uni ted States navy, is much less thau uuioug the dwellers upon land. A Few Sujestions Si hool . W ho Shall Take IIU I'Uce. X York OWrver TUer u LarUly say body like him left. Said bale Hu-U ia a mourutul toue to Lis aiother. What will do without biui, I ouderf It iil seem so strauge uot to see Li m iu church, and be always rajed ia priyer-uieetiug and who'll there le to come into Sunday-scboul sod lay Lis bauds ou our beads now P Hugh's tears came at tbe remem brance. Ilia mother bad just re turned from tbe funeral o( one of tbe rldeia of the ehurcU and was telling tbe little boy ot the dear old mau being carried into the sacred place which he bad loved and in mbicb bis figure bad bea so well known for ao aiany years of aa up right Christian life. She spoke of Ida gentle face, beautiful in the peace of the sleep which the Lord gives to bis beloved, as friends gathered around with tears, griev iug for their loss, but stil! rejoicing tbat be bad entered into rest. "Dut,"weut on liugli,hthey have so many good people iu beaven al leady. mamma. 1 think we wanted him more here. You know old Mr, Itosa ia tbe only one that's like him aud bis bair is very white, and per baps," iii a half wbiser, "he'll die befoie a ireat bile." "Yes, dear. Due alter unother." "But we want i hem so much," pei stated Hugh, who could uot re member a time when be bad uot steu tbe two good old men iu their places, an) could hanlly feel us though cbtftch would be church without them. "Why, my boy, Mr. Rosa and Mr. Deaut have not always been old men, yon know. Other good men tilled their places before them, and younger men must till their places as they pass away." Oli f said Ilugh. It was a new idea to bitn and his little mind went off on a very thoughtful run ble. "I wonder who they'll be, mammal" "Some of those whoso heads are gettiug gray now, 1 siipM)se. Some ot those you see every Sunday are growing old. Ahey will, us years go by, become less and less lied to earthly things as they grow nearer the kingdom YVe snail see in their faces morn and more of the look ot those who are waiting for the Masters call, mid hen tit last it comes we shall miss them Irom Hinong us. Ami who will take their places f" "Well," said Hugh with tho face of one bent on following up a se rious question, "it will be men younger yet who will be growiug older all tho while. Men like- papa, won't it, mamma '' "les, dear, aud alter those I" "Younger yet. Y'ouug men like brother Edward. How strange, to think of his ever bein an old man "liiitlue lime will come when even they will bo gray-headed. And who will come it tier them, my boy T" Why, mamma, it will bo the boys. Little boys like lite!" 'Ye, dear,Bshu said with a ten der sinl'o nt bis almost awe-struck lace. "If you are ii I lowed to live a long life you will see tho most of those who are older than yourself, one by one laid to rest before you, until at lust people will see iu you a white-headed man, uud little children will look up at you as yon have looked up at Mr. Deaue. 1 hope you will be like him and that people will love you us we Lave all loved him." "Oh iiiammn, how can 1 ever be us good as Mr. Deaue 1" "A good boy makes a good nfan, uugn. it you give yourseir to the Savior, striving to serve him with all yonr uenrt while ou are young yon will surely serve bim well wheu yonnreold. Think of it, dear boys. It looks almost too far away for yon to give a thought to it, but tbe great Loid win surely waut you some day to till the place of someone be has taken to himself be I ore von. Do you not want to fill it. in a war that will be an bouor to his name nnd n blessing to those nrouud y ou 1 He will lead you if you seek His help with earnest heurts. into a beauti ful life as a boy and aa a man: so that when at last you wear n hourv head it will be a crown of glory uutil the day shall come when the King ot Ileaveu shall gito you the crowu ot everlasting lite Things to Kkmemdeh. "He member," said Brother Gardner, "dat a lawyer will work harder to crar a murder dan be will to con Vict a thief." "Remember, dat a naybur who oners you de loan of his boe am Oshiu' around to secure de loan of yonr whcelbarrer. "Remember, dat you can't judge of de home happiness of a man an' wue oy seeiu sknle picnic. ll1 'Pill at il Miitwlai "Remember dat while de aiver age mau will return you de k'rect change iu a business trausackshuii, he'll water bis milk aud fix beans wid his coflee. "Remember, dat all de negatives of de best photographs am retouch ed un' de . wriukles au' freckles worked out.. "Remember, dat society am made np good clothes, hungry stomachs, deception, ueatt aches un' mixed grammar. "Kemember, dat neoDle will neb- ber stop to questiou de tnrf of auy rumor or scandal ulleetiu' your character, but it takea y'ars to sut hty 'em dat your great grandmoth er de leadiu" gal in a ilftceu-ceiit ballet.'' Detroit Free iVw. 4,379,193 letters were nn-md at the Dead Letter office tUitiua the lust postal year. ye FItASTZ Watchmakers Corner llojal an J i:W ORL12ANH, IA. and Silver A LAIIGC AD ELLla l.T VARIETY. Cluck. Watcbea and Jewelry repaired, uiiskhhu reaei la every at) l. MONOGUAMS NEATLY EXECUTED. J 11 arert Vm ia a ami ear, m4 at September 2o, 134. LOUIS GRUNEWALD, XEW 011LCA.S, LA., PIANOS AND ORGANS. The Leading Pianos of the World. Stciimny, linn he, Noluuer, OKGAN'U KKOM ALL THE LEADING I'ACTOKIES t Slionhiger, dough nnd Warren, l'eloubet Si Co., Ithaca, Lie. Miiaie and Musical Iiistminuiita at niusio uue ui iuwcbi rates. i.aiuu;iH'a iimiicu nee uptin aiilii'iithm, Aiulresa LOUIS UULNEWALD, Uruuewald iiall, NowOrleaiimLa. April 11, 11. o.iy FUED'S HOUSE tyTIIE OLD RELIABLE. m 106 - St. Charles - Ml. TROKUEL, Proprietor, Resiaarani i Lslp; Hoi;;, MhuIh am nmms at reasmuiblit rricra aud at a.l 'nmi. Oi'l'.N DAY AND N10HT. 'ihia Hon4t litis no eiiiiueutiuu witb any other House of the autiie Dame. - I June l:t, I.V8111 -BUY YOUR- MILLINERY -AND- UERL1X ZEP1IYUS, Mmollcsoilloynoir's Popular Establishment, No. 9 C'lmrtreiw street, near Omul, NEW OliLEANU where you can select frum an iiniisuully liirjru variety of Fashionable Millinery, iinrchiiHod prrsonulty In New York nnd lliiltiiiiore, uud orderud irom leudiug PuriHinn MndeHtes. Her styles are the newest uud prices the lowest iu the 1 ity. Keens a full line of Genuine llerlin Zephyrs ut 0 cents per ounce, delivered Iree ot po.staj;o. Orders promptly filled uud iiimmIn cheer fully exchanged wheu not entirely satis factory. Oct. 10, inh. yi-oru H. P. BUCKLEY, 3 Camp St, New Orleans, WATCHMAKER, And dealer In r; w.i.l L4t I r ins naikiies, , JEWKLHV, Silver War and Spectacles. Beery Bart ( Wawhea SVpal a. Jewelry made to order. Ulamonrta reset lu the aewnat atyle. All at retaonabla rtee ana lully (uav snteed. THBCRCAT Through Trunk Lin8 Without Change and with Ipti Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE From New Orltana, MotitUsnd Montgomery, to NORTH, EAST & WEST PULLMAN CARS Otnclnoatl, Chicago, with WttltrMlt k..n -a. 4 Knuliviil X.r,. I. ..It 1. With but Ob- rthtntra tnll' NORTHERN AND EASTERN CITIES. THROUGH COACHES from ChalUnooga n.t Naahvllla te 81. Lmiln, eoantf ting dlrt for Cllloa la tbt Northwmt. EMIGRANTS toaTOiS rcctiv. special low ratei. tff A nti or thia CompasT for ratn, rontM c, i win, c. p. mml, Q, P. & T. A. '" Loulaylll.. K JOB uoNis at 'iiiia omen. 9 Kail1 jl kPUjgviLLE V .NASH VlJLLg J. R, j villas s. & OPITZ, and Jewelers. Birut ille Mrcef. Diaiiioud. Watche, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver - plated Ware, Gold Pen, Pen-holders, Pencils La dies Scissors, Gold Headed Canes. AU Articka of Jelrj ataxia to order. roaM rate. wis Dehr Ifro., and Fischer VVboleaitla and Retail. Everything iu the KEIKXUKB the NUHllEtt 1 06 m 1 0! ST. CHARLES ST., Two dooia alwva 8t. CbarW 1 beatre, .l fw firlenn. Ml Established 1847. Diaraonds,'Watcli03, JEWELRY ..! SILVKItll'.litE. Kf pairing of Hue Watches and rnuvert- Inn krr Intu Ul.,, V,..I. . : Edward Lllicnthal, 0: Omul street, NEW OKLEA8. March 7. Irie4. .y Henry Locblo. Win. V. Miirtiigh. Henry Lochte & Co. (Succi Msors to LOCIITE & COKDKS) WHOESALE CROCERS and lui. rtur of WINES AND LIQUORS, vi h i,lclioiipitiiiiluatiei't, NEW 0HLEAN3. Oct. 10, 1884. jtJ-Cni Orleans Qarser kop. OEO. HUBENEB, Proprietor, 1411 Common street, Opposite. Ld les' entrunce to St. Cliurlc Hotel, IMui Milao.. iiwTi vi iwuiio. Polite attention to tratislurt custoiHc n,. ..vi.iii iuu miiimmiiii art none iu an artistie inniiner. Oct. 10, 1004. 3My Geo. W. Wotlper. Augustus Craft. Woelper S W,. Muniifaetnrers and Importers of llariuin nnd Doinetilic And Whnlcsiilo Deslers in ring, Smoking, Saw, JSjwa and Smokert Art kin. Rospectfully solicits tho Gulf Const trndo, KUHi'iin teeing sutisfuetiou. 50 2 (irnvicr Str., Nkw Oklka.ns. Oct. 10, 1004. ss-ftii J. H. Carter, WITH- ZUBERBIER & BEHAN, Wholesale Grocers And Commission Merchants, 33, 35, 37, 39 nnd 41 Peters street, Corner of Gravior, NEW ORLEANS. July 4. 1884. i8-3,n CHOLERA In Tlmi of Pose Freptrt for War. IIROIHE CORDIAL Is the only AstriuReut Medicine whioh Is never followed by constipation, But leaves the bowols In a healthy and Diiiurai condition. It Is a speniHo tor Morbus, Summer Conipluint. Delay Is diiujrorous. Do not wait till tile disease ia nnnn mm l.nf f,.,.tlfv self to meet It. Buy a botlieof Drcdles Cordial. Always keep It lu tho houso, All deal ers sell it. I. L. LYONS, Now OileansvV Sola ProjV'tttij.r Nv. 23, 1883,, aS-lJ o.e-a. 3 I. Will St's Ua.S lilB AT " W. II. PIEKSO m UaadUCa.p elil. C ear. e. ..t , J Nrber M, H14. Men's, Youth's A C CLOLIIIKQ UaU, Boot, aj 7 ' Good,, Kit ' M,S3,55.Bd57Daa1.l,i,e,.B, No brnm li atora in ts OHw for rutin try awrraja,,,, cx-ated aa hmmI rvaaaUW UnZ?' November , lam. 3M, GOAUlpT M Caromlelet 8trx, NEW ORLEANS, LA Will deliver Coal at all station, tw. 1 and N. K. R . between NewT,r Mobile, at the toltowinh prieea, vi," Htwat Cl la rm Vste. m Urn.. ' t ..v. ui t a H. D. McGown, DKALRR Jt JIcn'HO.Yottths' and CEOTIIllvr. Corrar 8t Charles A Common hnJi, fttw Orleans). November 7, lOM- xt JOHN CORDE8, U.'llil t'u tit.- ' Grocer and Comnida llcrcant( Nos. U SLd 67 I'oTdru St., New Orlfit tS All order nMiuptly filled at losi niurkel rutea. imr pntrniisi;n aim . llciterl. Ki picucp'ed by T. 11. WII.DKI, utciii ji-r 4, "f. 1) 'CAP." JOHN NELSON, JR., w i I'll Jso. .nri. W. D. Hatmui. Wa. His. Parker.LTayDcs ACo, WHOLESALE Greco. '3 & Liquor Poalcn. All Cmiiii.rj Orders ptuiaplly attrutlnl a No. 103 I'uyd.as Street, IYcw Orlrnns, NovimlK-r 7, 1"84. an J. L. DcMEItlTT, ViHembi 201 South numpui t, hoiid of New Buais, Nqw Orleans, La. IWellice llox U-.'17. Dtuwer No. S, M O. uud I.. Kxchnngi!, Oct. 11), l:i. as i. ED. FEltllY, -wiru- Nclson r.lcStea, Importer and M'holesiile dealer ia Foreigo nod Domestic Dry Goods and Notions, 00 Canal Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. July 4. 18t4. 18-ly 17. 0. TEBAULT, WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL Hi! II I IDEE, Nos. 37, 39 aud 41 Royal street, Hew Orleans L November 21, 1884, John J. Driscoll, 227 Rampart and 849, 851 and 853, 0ir street, Hew Orleans GROCERIES WIA'ES, LIQUORS, ETC CyAll order irom the country prompt ly attended to. - November 21, 1884, DOYOU KNOW TIT IT ' LOR I LL ARC'S ' CLUVTAJ- PLUG TOBAUUU . . . t.-I Win. Cut with Kod Tin Tag! Km iw "3.-k CbewitiK; Jfary CUmW "'Q Brown aud Yellow So ft are tha W m cheapest, quality considered t 31-ry uot. 17, 1TC4. SoaHle frr V'tSl J II fm. a wwtly 1' r ,"Vank 1 I ill will help ail. w "J,; "J hiiHiey rlitlit awar " - (bill elw la Hiis wm. , ',,,- .waft th.worki-alHwIi'Wy Audraisst one., laua ACin., Auaa - JobPrintinff at tbis Office. nil I Mwl a DDI' AH