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or contract advortisements.
Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes
Posters, Cards, Invitations, TicketFS, &e.
neatly executed at this offlice,---CIIEAl'
A Literary Bet-The Alphabet.
Shades of Night-Window cur
Babies are described as coupons
attached to the bonds of matrimony.
Truth should not walk so close to
the heels of error as to stand a
chance of having its brains kicked
Mon who travel bare-footed round
a newly carpeted bedroom often find
themselvos on the wrong tack.
"Am I not a little pale ?" inquired
a lady who was short and corpulent,
of a crusty old bachelor. "You
look more like a big tub," was the
"Poor boy !" said a lady, as she
took out her purso to give the little
beggar some change. "Yes, I am a
poor boy," said the young rascal, I
squeezing a tear out of his eyes,
"and have three sick mothers to
support." The lady put back her
purse, shook her hea I, and walkc d
Nothing so thoroughly pleases a
man who has learned that a collec
tion is to be taken in his church on
Sunday morning, and who has con
soquently been unable to be present,
on account of a severe pain in his s
back, as to attend the evening sor
vice and hear a clergyman announce
that 'as many who desired to give
wore not p)reselnt at the morning
collection, it will now be repeated."
A commercial traveler by mistake,
handed a merchant upon whom he
had called a portrait of his be
trothed instead of his business card
saying that ho represented that
establisbntcnt. The merelant ex
amined it carefully, renmarkel that
it was a fine ostablishment, and ro
turned it to the astonished and
blushing traveler, saying : "I hope
you will soon be admitted into part
The other day one of the clerks in
a Washington street store found the
porter crammed among the boxes
dlown cellar, wvith pon1, ink and paper
hoforoe him. "WVritinig a letter, oh ?"
queried the clerk. "Yes ; writing to
the old man in Buffalo." He
handed up the half written letter for
inspection, and presently the cleark
remarked :"I see you spell jug
'g-u-g'; that isn't right." "Of
course not," rep)liod the porter, "b)ut
you see I tam writing to the the old1
man, and he always spells that way.
If I put the other 'g' to it, he would
thgink I was putting on style over
hun and forgetting that I was hi
son, Hie's good-hertedI and I dlon't
want to hurt his feelings."
"I never could," he said, the
other evening, while she was
smoothing out the wrinkles of his
forehead with the daintiest finger
that ever wore a plain ring, "II
never coul treat you as Mr'. ien
nett treated Mr. May." "And wvhy?"
she asked. "Because," he said,
and it was ovidenlt that the effort
was causing him intense agony, "be
cause" (droam) of my life, I have too
much respect for the laws to fight a
jewvel." Then she wont out and
told her father to please come in, as
there appeared to be something the
matter with Alfred. They thought
he would hardly live through it, but
the doctor bored a hole in his head
and stuffed it full of cotton to re-'
lieve the vacuum, and at last ac
counts lie was doing better.
Nine Roman Catholic churches
in Philadelphia have been entered
within a month by burglars, who
carried off silver altar vessels, the
contents of poor boxes, and other
portable things worth taking. In
one instance they fired the edifice,
but the flame was quickly discovered
and extinguished. They also wan-.
tonly destroyed vestments in such
a manner as to indicate that they
wore actuated by fanaticism.
A now method of raising church
funds is to hold hug sociables, where
one hug is sold for ten cents and
three for a quar ter. The old fash
ioned way is best, where two consti
tute the sociable and make it very
sociable, and hugs don't cost one
cent unless the old man happens
IAiTOS & OTS
At Manufacturers' Prices,
EVERY MAN HIS OWN AGENT
LU)DEN & RATES,
F jIIE Great Wholesale Piano and Organ
Dealers of the South, now sell In
Utruments from all leading Makers lirect
to purchasers on the No Agents, No
Cetnission Plan, at 'Manufacturer's Fac
tory Pltec-:s, thereby giving purchasers
the large comminissions heretofore paid
Agents. Froim $50 to $10) actually saved
in the purchase of an Instrument under
this new system. Write for particulars.
We can't, be undersold.
THAT BEAT THE WORLD.
7 Oet. Pianos, $135. 4 Stop Organs. $55.
7, Oct. Pianos, 145. 6 Stop Organs, 60.
7; Oet. Pianos. 160. 9 Stop Organs, 67.
Gr'd Sq'e Pianos, 178. 12 Stop organs,78
MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS,
7 Stops, $100. [ 9 Stops, $108.
Send North ald be Swindled.
Not. by repuIable makers like Stdin way,
Cltickering, Steck, (itabe, but by logus
,\annut'teturers who advertise $90) Pianos
for $260; $650 Pianos for $175; $271) Or
gans for $05. D)ecoption and fraud are
in ill swIt absurd oflr:s. 3uy Instru -
ments made by old and always reliable
Chtiekering &1 Sons, KCnabe & Co.,
Ilallet & Davis. 3Iathu'shck P'no.Co.,
Rlaines Bros., Ilason & lilamlin.
And you will have those that will last
it lifetime and please you better every
lay. All Instrumnts we sell bear the
makers nat..es and are guaranteed for six
Fifteen Days Trial
if desired. We pay all freight if not
entislactory. Illustrated Catalogues free.
LUDDEN & BATES,
npril 12 -3m Savannah, Ga.
WATERS'ORCHESTRION AImos ORGAN
t ~is thantmoNt beauntl'u int
ectvle atte perfect in to
tt u tIe ever made. 1t has
to Mtn p, whil it a fto
Voice, andftwo and n.
half* Octaves of bcllrt
tuned it perfect h ar.
mnony with the ree'li,
and their elict is ung
len at, electrifytng.
WA'i'i Its' CLAIMO
ErR,CIENTENNIA. (II13IERt, ('lAPEL, and
LOTTA(;E OR(:ANS, in Uaine French Ca.
ceN eonublue P'R ITY of VOIC1N( with great
vEInnse of tone, snitable for I'arlror('hurch.
WATERS' PAN O S, .rne,inae
EN'I'Pi ~ ~ ~ tte I 1 It' A ''~I.Se l l : si ['1 it
AlK E TI11E lIEST DLAlDE ; the'1Tonme,T onch,
Wo tm ransl, nUrabilr UtttnsrisassedIl'.
thty nntannllmentreIved',t . Itrments B to
t.AINS. I10lHACE~ WATERS & SONII,
Ellnnnrnetusreras and D)enlers,
40 EAST 1 4th $T.,UNION SQUA RE,N.Y;
TOTAL ABSTINENCE SAViN6 WINE TILL IT
There is a curious story about some native
wines which are extensively advertised nowa
dlays, and have only recently been put up~on
the market. Dr. Unoderhill, the well-knowna
grape-grower of Croton Point, died in i87r.
Somne of his heirs entertained temnperance
views of such'l extreme kind, that tihey were
lamwilling to allowv the stock of wines theni on
hand to be sold or any more to be made.
The grapes have sometimes been sent to
market, and sometimes left to decay upon
the vines, It is only now that the other heirs
have succeded In arranging for a settlement
of the estate andl the sale of the wines on
hand. Among these is a wine of the vintage
of 186.j, dlescri bed as a " Sweet Union P'ort,''
but suggesting the Imperial Trokay more
than any other F.uropean wine, and( being
wholly unlike any other wine of American
growth. Its purity. age and mellowvness are
remarkable, and boath physicians and wine
fanciers have a special interest in it as the
olest native wine now accessible in any con
siderablei q uantitv. Th~le whole stock is in the
bands of the well-known wholesale grocery
house of the Trhurbers.-N. Y. Trn ,
Nov. 19, I.'&7.
The above speaks for Itself, but we would
add Chat this is the pure juice of the grape,
neither drugged, //guored nor watered; that it
has been ripened and mellowed by age, and
for medcinal or sacramental purposes It is
unsurpassed. It can be obtained from most
of the leading Druggists throughout the
United States, and at wholesale from the
1:ndersIgned, who will forward descriptive
pamphlet, free of charge, on application.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
WVsst Dnmtday, Reads and Hudson Stis;
W E have on hand a full stock of Solo,
H-arnoss, Uppor, Russot, Kip and
)alfakin Leather, whioh we will uoll very
HIDES ! HIDES I
Highest market prios paid for hides.
3ring them to us.
april 5 J, F. uMmerSn 4. Cm
KLIICE, WICKENBEG & C0,
or cx-x.a..a..m swosrV , IS. c:.
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
-AND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
0 TE .S,.W..T s A.. IQ 'tTOR S
OtDERS sent receive the same attention as when given in person; atnd special
care is given to packing. end for Catalogue.
jan E'rlIIS CA .
TO THE PUBLIC.
MY customers know that I have horetofore led the FURNITURE trado of the
I- Sou1h, iu style, quality and prices.
The time has come when these goods can be purchased as cheap from mo as in
the North and West.
I do not go backwards, but continually raise the standard of my goods, and add
new stylo,. I h cvo m-ile re luctioits in prices w herover possiblo, and spared no
exp>ense to p>lnee in your haindt' a Pice list that will holp you to piircliaso goods.
I respectally invito you to call and examine my stock and prices before pur
Orders by mail will receive as much attention as if given in person.
It.would mlake the list too large t' de:ribo anti r-c')y all the difforent prices of
Parlor Suits, Dining 1no m, Ollico. Standing, Parlor and L dies' Desks, Secreta
vies, Dwarf Libraries, and hook Cases, manitfactured by ni".
Thanking you for past favors, I remain, yours respectfully,
G. V. DeGRIAAF,
147, 1474 and 149, BROAD STREET,
jan 8--k x kt% 3r
ZLY-No charge for drayage or packing.
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chambei
Suites, Painted Cottage Suites
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Safes
- Book Cases, Bureaus, Tables
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, To el- racks, Wash
dins. Lounges, Sofas, Hall
- talls, Hat Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
_ 4,_ Design and Workinanship Un
& Save high bills by purchasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
RUSTIC WINDow SHADES, Low in Price, Durable and Convenient. They
will never get out of order, and will last longer than any other Shades
Spring Beds, Picture Frames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children',
And Shingles at Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modorate Prices. Furniture made to order.
I keep on hand a full supply of Metalie and liThmwoo<l Tlrial C:isce
and Collins of the finest .inish. Also, a cheap stock ot . olis.
~ Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Foyer'
MAR Chill Feve:,em-it ouit Fver, Dumb A us
- n.Ll the alfootionss which arise from mialari.
Pro. Je iy . an7. 0e1s, mc.rsh, or iasmatie oisons0.
wE cAIM OR yHE MPRvED 'This is a compound remedy, prepared with
WE CAIM Oil IlE MPROED * scientilic skill from vegetalie ingredients, which
rarely fails to cure the sevceet enses of Chills
W HITNEY antd Fever and( the conceomitant dIisordlers. Such
S a remedy the necessities of the people in mnia
S ~'~~ipjGrious districts dlemand. lIs gretsupier.iority
over any other medicine yet discovered for the
M ~ f~-IIN ES c"reo l'ntermittcnts Is,'Ihnt It Contains no qul
Tl e foll - nine or mineral, and those who take it are free
. he, fooing specific points or supe- from danger of quinismi or alny Injurions efrects,
rioity- and are as healthy after using it as before. It
I-G BesitAllMyicify g Coga., has been extensively employed dunring the last
Mt *I'lo10. NfIICSthirty years in the treatment of these distressing
2- O s'a ia i ig y,disorders, andi so un varying has been its success
Exceet31 ilianly Lga Rsa that tthas gainedltihereputation of being infal.
.1a i Et c 'Csi iY.Igu ii lible. I L can, therefore, be safely reconmmendedl
~~ I as a sure remedly and specifle for the Fever and
A'1--St II 11313113au. N OINCIleI. Agnoe of the WVest, andi the ChIlla and Fever of
9--P5erf'Oa.as sall Va'llexC Oat the south. It coumnteracts the minsmntic poison
W Oria. .in the blood, and f-ees the system from Its infiu
6-- lls'ciat ty of FimmsisI is esti 1 ence, so that fever and ague, shakes orebhills,
WV 4lIlitIa ai tip . once broken npi by It, do not return until the
"7--GiR Eta A ITRE I U(C T AIN R disease Is ngain contracted.
g*ItI C I.The great variety of disorders whicb ariso from
lit 1(:1:.the Irritation of this poison, such as Neuralgia,
i-ingle Machines sent on orders direct Iheiumnattam. Gout, HIeadache, Blindness,
from tihe i'actory, written guarantee wit h Toothache, Enarachem, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
each \!aehine. pitatlon, Splenic A freetlons, Hysterics, Pain
WHY PAY OLD PRICES! Ia tihe notwels, Co,lie, Paralysla, and derange
of the Stomach, all of which become intermit
fkSend for circulars and particulars. AvasAeCu,whc rstemllli,
Tim e W VaItuuey Mrt'g. Co., muiiswer ee n gmcpeal,O
il PAbo rson N tsastedvlpet ftedsaei ae
A UGUSTA HOT EL ~ tu nbe odf heedsres n e
Corner of Broad and Washington Streets, FoLieCmpansarigfomtpdty
iet sra ecodlen,hv oede remedy; tsiuae thran
AblEcrs AUEr oter whicicues fhall aie
VrA ben hoouglyrenvaea,nd Prpredt bh yte Drom J C etek. As C.
2.1.inolel d ad nwly urnchemmutniatical whrnFee nayad Aghepi.,a
islcae n h cnr o u tns tastedlopmentL ofthAiseseiftae
liecoveie sclse t an.n t frt appoods oue rmnithry Somp.
$# Te Ollce ii te hoeltomlsb Aell ersris and teporaryresiet ae
openus riablthetoidefy,tansegdestsderll aed few
redeivei or c led t an vhour.proterto is remOi.edys a o fr a
AUGUSTAOO~, rpretr Ito alth arceivity,adp. uesmneak
iA een oroughly erenvaed re ,rprdb r J, t~C,tD A M&O ,
mode-led andnelyfurised I
is locatd in th .eteo uies rciaaanlyia hmss
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