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THE PROPRIETORS OF THE
Daily and Wateekly Idvocate
Having fitted up the Book and Job Department of their office with a NEW AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF JOB TYPE AND MACHINERY, are now fully prepared to execute with neatness and despatch, and in a style equal to any office in the South,
EVERY VARIETY OF
BOOK, JOB, AND PANCY PRINTING:
STEAMBOAT REGISTERS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE,
BILLS OF FARE,
FANCY COLORS, , At Prices as Low as any other office in the South.
ALSO, EVERY VARIETY OF
RAIL ROAN & STEAMBOAT PRINTING,
Executed with all the late Improvements and Ornaments. + Orders are respectfully solicited.
Call and examine our Specimens. Baton Rouge, December, 1854.
This justly celebrated Saloon is fitted up on a scale of magnificence equal to any establishment in the Union. The Larder is always supplied with the CHOICEST FISH AND GAME; and the Oysters served are obtained exclusively for this establishment.
The Bar is supplied with the choicest liquors; and servants well known for their excellent qualities, have been employed, including the best Cooks ; in short, every thing has been done to render this Saloon worthy the patronage of a liberal community.
New Orleans, Dec. 1854.