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New Orleans is not behind its sister cities in its drinking saloons. The business men who do not frequent them are in the minority. Their menu of drinks are composed of all the well known solids together with the ornamental, in the shape of spoon cocktails, nectarine, claret punches, seltzer from-the-syphon, apolinaris water (with the privilege), and Santa Cruz rum.

A custom obtains here of advertising real estate sales, instead of theatres, in the saloons. In the more promment places, like that of the St. Charles or the Produce Exchange, large colored plats of properties for sale are suspended upon racks and regularly renewed.

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Ramos, No. 306 Carondelet street. Celebrated for its Gin Fizz.

Sazarac, No. 118 Royal street. Known for its Sazarac Cocktails.

Crescent Hall, No. 107 St. Charles street.

BEER SALOONS

Cosmopolitan, No. 123 Royal street.

Goebel's, No. 106 Royal street.

Redwitz, No. 632 Common street.

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Tom Anderson's Terminal Saloon
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Old Absinthe Room, No, 238 Bourbon street. Famous for its Absinthe.
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Liquor, Wines, Champagnes, Beer
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