Clipped From The Times-Picayune
iy We take great pleasure in recommending to the public, and especially to those who may desire to engage the services of a skillful, prompt, and experienced car - i penter and builder, Mr. C. W. Grandjean, No. k: Magazine Btreet, near Julia. It too frequently happens that a workman, in the endeavor to master many trades, becomes a mere fmatterer as it werej or to use a more expressive phrase, ' a jack at all trades and good at none." Mr. Grandjean is not of that class. 1 57 strict attention to the trade which he determined to follow, he has made himself a thorough master of it in all its various branches ; and af;er many years of experience has achieved an enviable reputation. We speak by the card when we say that he is not only a skillful and thorough mechanic and builder but conscientious and moderate in his charges, and prompt in all his business engagements.