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Baton Rouge Literary Depot.
11 》 Corner of Third and Laurel Streets,
BATON ROUGE, LA., Have constantly on hand a large and well selected assortment of
SCHOOL BOOKS, consisting of the Latest and most approved editions published. A
large large assortment of
STATIONERY, Consisting of Papers of American and English Manufacture-a beautiful variety of NOTE PAPER, LETTER PAPER, FOOLSCAP, SILK PAPER, etc., etc. Also, STEEL PENS, INK, WAFERS, WRAPPING PAPER, PORT-FOLIOS, HERBERIUMS, SCRAP BOOKS, DRAWING CARDS, SLATES, PENCILS, TWINE, REELS, QUILLS, INKSTANDS, &c, ENVELOPES—Wedding, a beautiful article; Official, white and colored ; Plain and Fancy Note Envelopes.
BLANK BOOKS, Day Books, Ledger, Bill Books, Receipt Books, Pass Books, Memorandum Books, fancy and plain. Standard Literary & Scientific Works, Always on hand, and furnished to order. New works received from the Publishers
month. ALBUMS AND GIFT BOOKS—a large and beautiful assortment always on hand.
MAGAZINES—_Graham's Magazine, Godey’s Lady's Book, Harper's Magazine, Southern Quarterly Review, &c., &c., received regularly, and sent to any address at Publisher's prices.
LAW BOOKS—On hand, or ordered at the shortest notice.
Baton Rouge, 1854.
Apothecary and Druggist ,
THIRD ST., BATON ROUGE, La., Takes the liberty of calling the attention of Country Dealers and Planters to his large and extensive assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, &c., embracing all articles usually found in Drug Stores, and which he offers on the most favorable terms.
Taking great pains in the selection of his goods, he thinks he can suit all who may wish for Drugs of reliable quality, and feels no hesitation in warranting that he can give entire satisfaction in this respect to those who may be inclined to send their orders.
Orders respectfully solicited. Baton Rouge, La., Dec. 1, 1854.
Watchmaker and Jeweller
HARNEY HOUSE ROW, BATON ROUGE.
Blarksmithing & Wagou Making
CHURCH STREET, BATON ROUGE.
THIRD ST., BATON ROUGE, LA