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". corner Mout -1 . is:-* -s &E 10 so o'clock Hill. Va.. on the ' ; ei- % -se youngest .laughter ft * fr - v. * - ; •>< •'•■ : of the family ‘ ■ j V.-r funeral, from '.V ■: J., •. V K.RSOOX at 4 o'clock. ___ 1...... N” ' • 1 ' M - Sevens- A T- r .:..il!y invitea^^^ k of America. f ' *,, .1, 3H CK- of -r-‘.ii-''ri!ursjav. EVES ISO. : ta, a* ' “ f^jested. v I,w |hk president. C:- ■ ' R ,. S. ‘ v feblO It I ,V Mlll( iay School Building (niiiiuittce. i.ames apoearel in -: - "' ", “ . ..nenitte-of St John's ; M . jt siih.se:iftions, are £ 3-*'- in ~ ' Tjjis Thursday) AFTEH r---: '* “ a: the President's >i- '■ '' National Bank, to " tVercU Finance Committee i? then *• BOGART, Chairman of Meeting. Ipefinl iloficrd. = Notice. . .i .■ Hi anL'h brig “Clotilde.” ......eared itt cur office ■M '■■' \ or i.ivment will lie de CHAUI.es GREEN* A CO.. Consignees. ~ rv jsf>j. feblO It Notice. .••i.tain nor the Agents of the n ' wi;l be re>pons* . art iri.-ted hv ihe crew Me? '•• '*“ WILDER & CO.. Agents. Potatoes. E H eaTIN and PL ANTING v st. os. lieautifol order and 1 A If. CHAMPION, ]■ I (’.ingress street. Notice. . _ , t - n>r the Agents of the , . j.i i S .ren-e-n. Master. .. - • A :.v ii-lts contracted I y A i'JI.LAHTON & CO., A gents. Notice. r : V:;~ i;n.ees of the j , ;r ; Joh: sen, Master, ; , r -nv debts contracted by HOT,ST A CO. j ltonaveutorc. - •• ry Ctmpany" have V ai-itiitnier. f b t" *tl lots iii Bonaven i. l t.-y u ter at reasonable prices, ‘tru-r information apply to M. A. COHEN, Secretary: n J Tieasurer, Bay street. N.tire to Stockholders. . • iV. OK iIKOROIA. ( •••• . fit. January 25. lfKl. ) - ; f -:o- ...elders of this : . .i i - !L! :he O'dt .-e of the Cot . :• r,r.oe Ompany. Mecon, sTiil'K'DW. Fei.r.iary ibth. ISBI. for i I':-. <i lent and seven Direr tore. :... ~trrs ■ 1 he passed free over the T certificate cf stock, WM S. BRANTLY, ; secretary and Treasurer. Notice to Tax Payers. City Treasurer's Oeeicz, I hr.uMR. Ha., January I’, 1881.) lest, also tax on Buggies, • k’-. I> fc-s a:. 1 (j -ats. are now due. JAMES E. COPE. t-.0-f City Treasurer. Mi. TrsjttaMrs, (Sir. #s# !U NUIES tiiffl BANANAS 960 GE APPLES. '. FIUTT, SHELL'S. Etc.. : -er Hertrude. Exchange ’ : .- sale in lots to suit purchasers. Also, in store: "0,000 CocoamitN. Bids. Apples. , N)Bl > is Seed Potatoes. l '''' Flurithi Oranges. Malaga Grapes. ' ' ■' f Du. *CERIES. LIQUORS, etc. B. REEDY, . .. VAMi WHITAKER STREETS. t F. NELSON & C0.7~~ k Com’ n Merchants hiV STREET. SAVANNAH. GA , Dealers in l %sCioer£CjderVinegars VRRES’S EVAPORATED ' > if- evaporated A' r ’ t£ - J ELLY, etc fehl-tf ; is ‘ ‘ rom the country every day. I,! <3 Oranges and Apples '?£,< Vi', v h"OATS. CROWDER . ; • c a and Tennessee PEA VNCTS. GRITS. MEAL, a /-LYE. .=>*> barrels E. R. ‘ J.ATuES, OMONS.etc., at * p - BOND’S, *s--p r ‘ AN D 155 BAY STREET. 14 O *3? H I KT ci Than Ever Before • i ; !u this date until the end of e , V "i in order to clear out j , v'* ek of Men's and Boys’ ~ . ‘L will sell at such reduced '<, s ‘ r; .' l: ‘ye every customer that ‘ - :n his -tore for le.-s than -city. The stock is good ‘ :t * ’’hcii prices as cannot be -’revK.v", ■' fL °f HATS is large, ein •• i-tyte for men and • x . vs ‘‘King of Shirts” $1 00 *>• : L ' ‘ "• a splendid Shirt, in hied, for *1 00, and • -v ,‘ f f’ ■ I-of every description. *c. - ‘ ,jr Hood Clothing, 139 Congress ftardcu (SlFillEN EES if " t ‘< Gardena or Ceatetery Lots T F OU SALE BY HMER BROS. flic pms. THUUSDAY, Time of Cloning tbe Mall* Charleston, 8 and 10 p. m Port Royal Railroad, 3 and 10 pm and" “Sip” M mai ‘ VU Central Bail road, Ba. m. Florida mail via Savannah, Florida and West ern Railway, 3 p. m. ° A Ghomasville and other points west of DuPont, Darien and Brunswick. 3 p. m Savannah river, Tuesday 5 p m. Milledgevilie and Eatonton, 6 30 p m Office open for delivery of mail on’Sunday from 9:30 to 10 a. M .and from I*3o to 2 e.“ Index to New Advertisement*. Meeting of Catholic Knights of America Meeting of Z?rubbabel Lodge. Notice—Wflder & Cos. Notice—Charles Green & Cos St. John’s 8. 8. Building Committee Platshek’s New Variety Btore. Florida oranges at Gardner’s. Thirty lots for sale. Change In Sunday schedule of C. L. R. R. Baby food—L. C. Strong. Colored girl as cook wanted. Dry goods at auction. New goods—C. M. *H. W. Tilton. Tony Denier’s Humpty Dumpty troupe. Parlor and bedroom furniture at auction. Illustrated lectures at Lutheran Church. Schedule of 8,8. <S 8. R. R. Steamship Seminole for Boston. Grand concert at the Theatre. Two rooms for rent. Ludden & Bates’ Music House. Weather Uepori. Indications for the Bouth Atlantic States to-day: Cloudy, rainy weather, southerly veering to westerly winds, stationary or higher temperature in the eastern portion, and lower barometer. ltlver Uepori. The height of the river at Augusta at 1 p. in. yesterday was six feet ten inches, a rise of one inch during the preceding twenty-four hours. Signal Observations. Comparative statement of temperature at Savannah, taken from the Siguai Service -ecords: RBo] 18 1. 7:00 A. M 47 7:00 a. * 62 2:00 p. m 59i 2:00 p. m 65 2:!4 p. m 59; 2:44 p. x &■> 9:00 p. M 55 * 9:00 p. M 64 10:44 p. m 4Sj 10:44 p. m 61 Maximum 60 Maximum 65 Minimum 46 Minimum 59 Mean temperature Mean temperature of day 54.0; of day 63.7 Rainfall 0.10 inch.; Rainfall 0 32 in. h SIO.SAL 6SRVICK OBSERVATIO.'ta AT HIH4 P. M. (SAVANNAH MEAN TIME), FEBRUARY 9, 18S1. 1 1 X - . | a-? Stations. j*S E c o £ Weather. ; s ! II ! ;|S, | Atlanta 29.81 5i S\VlO .15 Clear. Augusta 29.91 6) SW 5!) .10 cloudy. Charleston .. 29 96 62 S 12' .61 Lt. Raid. Charlotte.... 29.K1 59 S 10 ! .80)1.t. Rain. Corsicana ... 29 N) 52 N 4.1 j Clear. Qalvestcm,... 29.76| ;60| S 10) ... 'Clear. Indianola 29.72 62; 8 11 —i Clear. Jacksonville. 30.27 65 S 14 .01 Cloudy. Key West '> *.OO 7:1 S ;ISt i .15 Haze. Mobile '29.89 : 7 SW| 4|J Clear. Montgomery 29.87 57 8W; 5 Clear. New Orleans. 29.87 -58 S W sj| Clear. Punta Rassa. 29.96 6T' K 6 .21 Fair, BAYANNAH 59.94 1 4 S 18 1 .17 Cloudy. Cedar Keys.. 29.95 62 S 12 .01 Fair. Pensacola ..j29.92,!58‘5'Vj 5; .... Clear. The Pardoned Convict Goes to the Chain Vang. Mention h-ts teen made of the arrest of Wm. Dudley, alias Robinson, alias George, on the charge of being a suspicious charac ter, his arrest being made by Sergeant Har vey on Sunday morning about 2 o’clock Dudley at tbe time was attempting to lead an Intoxicated whiteman into some secluded place near the canal for the purpoee of robbing him. He was recognized the fol lowing day as William Small, the negro convicted with Johnson of the murder of Daniel McDermott, a sailor, and who was subsequently unconditional;}' 'pardoned by Governor Colquitt. William is evidently a bad man, and will cotne to a bad end. He was arraigned in the Police Courty esterday, and the Mayor sentenced him to pay a line of ten dollars or give thirty days service on the chain gang, and it is probable he will give the latter. Barrett To-Nlsht— “Vortefc’a hove.” This evening the celebrated tragedian, Lawrence Barrett, will appear at the Thea tre, supported by an exceptionally line com pany, in his new and popular play entitled “Y'orick’s Love.” We have presented a brief sketch of the play In these columns, and its character is therefore known to our readers. The press of the Northern cities hare been unstinted in their commendation of the piece, and there Is every reason for theatre patrons to anticipate a delightful entertainment. Among Mr. Barrett’s com pany is Mr. Louis L. James, well known and popular in Savannah, who has not been here in several seasons. The diagram at Bren’s ticket office Is checked up in such a manner as indicates a very large and fash ionable audience. This will be Mr. Barrett’s only appearance in Savannah this season. Knightly Thank a. .. At a meeting of the iouth Carolina Com mandery of Knights Templar, held on the 28th ult., resolutions of thanks were voted to Eminent Commander Jennison, to Geor gia Commandery No. 1, of Augusta, Pales tine Commandery No. 7, of Savannah, to the Unitarian Church of Charleston, Sir Knight J. A. B. Dauer and Mrs. P. H. Ward and Mrs. Clara Johnson for the part taken by each in tbe centennial celebration of the South Carolina Commandery. These reso lutions have been handsomei* printed and copies sent to each of the persons above named. —Charleston Xeun and Courier. Bow Between Colored Female*. About nine o’clock last night, policemen Kelley and Mock were called upon to arrest two colored females who were fighting in a house and occasioning considerable disor der in the neighborhood. They were carried to tbe barracks, where they were registered as E’izabeth Williams and Emma Allen, and were locked up for Investigation. They will be brought before the Police Court this morning, and receive the re ward of their indiscretions. Chatham Artillery Mop. This gallant an l popular corps gave one of their pleasant hops at their armory last evening, which was well attended and was a very delightful affair. Nearly all the companies in the city were represented in uniform, and the fair sex were well repre sented. The committee muet have felt gratified at the result, but theu none other could have been anticipated than pleasure when the Chatbams are in the field. Postponement. In consequence of unavoidable cicum stances, the general meeting of the Masonic fraternity, which was called for this ( Thurs day) evening, has been postponed. Due notice will be given of the time and place when and where the meeting will be held, on which occasion it is earnestly desired that all who feel an interest in the projected bazar and fair be In attendance. A guarantee that any one affected with constipation or torpid liver can be relieved by taking regularly, by directions, SimwofiS 1 Liver Regulator. It has been known to cure in hundreds of cases, and will do it again. ‘‘As a general family remedy for dyspep sia, torpid liver, constipation, etc., I hardly ever used anything else, and have never been disappointed in effect produced; it seems to be almost a perfect cure for all diseases of the stomaeb and bowels. “W. J. McElrov, Macon, Ga.” febS-Tu.Tb.S.w&TeUt A Cougb, Coldjor Sore Throat should be stopped. Neglect frequently results In an Incurable Lung Disease or Consumption. Brown’s Bronchial Troches do not disorder the stomach like cough syrups and balsams, but act directly on the inflamed parts, allay ing irritation, give relief in Asthma, Bron chitis, Coughs, Catarrh and the Inroat Troubles which Singers and Public Speak ers are subject to. Sold at 25 cents a box everywhere. leb9-d&w2ru Brunswick is growing—musically, if not in size. Since December, Messrs. Sudden Bates have sold them three Cbickering Pianos, two Guild Pianos, one Mathushek Piano, one Southern Gem Piano, and two organs, and they are not through yet by any means. feblO-lt “Vascoe: or, Until Death,” by Mrs. B. M. Zimmerman, of Lake Irma, Florida, will begin in the issue of the Weeklt Nitws of February 12th. feblO-o. Ilonford’e Acid Pboapbato Counteracts the Immediate ill conse quences of the use of tobacco. Tweniy-five barrels Cheek & Whitlock Flour, for sale low by Jas. McGrath & Cos. nov4-Tb,B&Tutf HASHED TO DSATH. A Terrible Accident-Burled Under a Pile or Bricks. Yesterday morning abouj ten o’clock a fatal accident occurred at the brickyard of the Savannah Brick Manufacturing Com pany, a short distance from the city. Mr. Hugh Grady, who was in the employ of the city, was engaged In loading his carta with brick from one of the old kilns, when a pil lar suddenly gave way, crushing the unfor tunate man to the ground and burying him partially beneath the pile of bricks. He was instantly killed, and bis body was very badly mangled. The remains were brought to the city and carried to his residence, corner of Taylor and Montgomery streets. Coroner Sheftall was notified, and proceeding to the place held an inquest. The testimony taken was about substantially as given above. The jury, after considering the evidence, re tur*ed a verdict that “the deceased, Hugh Grady, had come to his death by the falling of a kiln, through the carelessness of the Savannah Brick Manufacturing Company, in not having the pillar properly attended, the deceased being at the time of his death in the employ of the city.” Mr. Grady was sixty five years of age, and leaves a wife, two sons, two daughters and a large family connection. Hatter* and ’ltt tug* Laconically Noted. Catholic Knights of America meet to night. The assessment at the Police Court yes terday amounted to $27. There will be a meeting of Zerubbabel Lodge No. 15, F. A. M., to-night. A change in the Sunday schedule on the Coast Line Railroad is announced elsewhere. The Republican Blues have a special meeting to night, the 10th inst., at 8 o’clock. We had a call yesterday from Mr. E. G. Stone, business manager of Herman and his European company. E. Wambold, who was arrested for firing a pistol on the street, was yesterday fined in the police Court $3. A white man too drunk to give his name was arrested about five o’clock yesterday afternoon by Policeman Maher. Yesterday the weather was as disagreea ble and unpleasant as possible, and very de pressing in its effects on business. We tender our acknowledgements to the E. M. P. I. Social Club for an invitation to attend their pleasant hop at Mozart Hall this evening. Yesterday the Spanish brig Clotilde was cleared for Montevideo by Cbas. Green & Cos., with a cargo of 180,020 feet lumber, valued at $2,970. Twelve tierces and two barrels of fish aid one box of terrapins were shipped to the New York market yesterday by the steamship Gate City. On yesterday the German bark Wilhelm I. was cleared for Amsterdam by Gaudry & Walker with a cargo of 1,525 bales upland cotton, weighlug 730,903 pounds, valued at SBO 698. Shortly after nine o’clock last night Sarah Byers, a colored female, was very drunk and disorderly on the street, creating some excitement, and was arrested by Po liceman Mock. Dr. J. T. McFarland, our worthy Health Officer, left yesterday afternoon by the steamship Gate City on a brief visit North for rest and recuperation. We trust he may return to his professional duties greatly improved in health and strength. 9lii Putuain’* New Play. The Theatre last evening was filled with a good audience, considering the inclem ency of the weather, to greet Miss Katie Putnam on her first appearance here in several seasons. From some cause, the audience were subjected to the annoyance of nearly half an hour’s delay beyond the usual time for raising the curtain, and then, as if in mockery of their long tried patience, the refrain of “Don’t be Weary” was heard, and in a few minutes the curtain ascended. Miss Put nam’s new plav, “Lena, the Madcap,” was presented, and proved to be a play which, whi’e possessing 6ome features of interest, showed some defects. The thread of the plot was not skillfully woven, and there were raauy In consistencies, the principal interest lying io the last three acts, which were very effec tively and creditably produced. The play consists of five acts, and the intermls:ions were very tedious. Mies Putnam, as “Lena, the Madcap,” srave a very excellent presentation of the character, though ia some parts a little exaggerated aud over drawn. Her bright, winsome ways, and graceful abandon, however, pleased the audience, and she was complinhented with several enthusiastic encores. She is a clever little actress, but the character of “ Lena” doe3 not afford scope for the display of much talent. The masquerade sceue was good, and the en counter with the burglar and the escape of “Lena” through the chimney quit§ effective, though somewhat marred by lack of naturalness. The support was only fair. “Stupe,” the negro, was well given by Mr. Ferguson, aud the “Commodore Hailstorm” of Mr. C. 8. Coon was good. Miss Nellie Strickland, a very pretty and graceful young lady presented “Edith” very accepta bly. The other characters were only tolera ble. Mr. Murdock’s “Cloudy Morningtou” and Mr. Mortimer’s “Thurston Wilmur” being very tame, and Mr. McCabe’s “Dr. Grimshaw” uneasy and unnatural. Not withstanding these drawbacks, the ple-e was received with some favor, though its length, and the long waits between the acts tried the patience of the audience. We have seen Miss Putnam in other plays where she did herself greater justice and was more pleasing. Uddiui Keigntt Supreme. It will be observed by announcement else where that Tony Denier’s Matchless Panto mine Troupe will be here on Monday even ing next and give three evening and one matinee performance. An exchange has the following: ‘‘The company is one of the best that the genial Tony has taken on the road, every member possessing talent in his or her chosen line of business. The new piece presents many new features. George H Adams as the merry, romping clown, proved as comical and mirth provoking as ever, his facial expressions and antics creating shouts of laughter. J. O. Hall, as ‘Pantaloon;’ W. Eunice as ‘Harlequin,’ were all that could be desired. In part second a number of variety acts were introduced, among which were the following: Pleasing vocal isms by Victoria North; clever ventriloquism by VV. H. Fow; an amusing and skillful per formance on stilts, by George 11. Adams, the clowd, and artistic playing on various musical instruments by Alice Coleman and the Ramirez trio.” Reserved seats will be on sale at Bren’s ticket office. Xbe Wilhelntj Concert. The concert at the Theatre to-morrow evening by the Wilhelmj Concert Company will be an object of rare Interest in musical circles In Savannah. The great violinist has already conquered the world. Savannah having had the opportunity of hearing him once will not fail to go and bear him again. Not to have heard Wilhelmj is to have missed an opportunity of a lifetime. M. Sternberg, the celebrated Russian pianist, is also a bright star in the musical firma ment. The pianist is a comparatively recent debutante, but he has already achieved an almost world-wide reputation. Mile. Fritch Is a singer of high repute, and the three artists together form such a combination as we do not often hear now a-days. Grand Benefit. Avery pleasing musical and literary en tertainment will be given for the benefit of Bavannah Orphan Asylum, corner Charlton gnd Bull streets, by the Young Ladles’ Hebrew Benevolent Society, at Masonic Hall, on Thursday evening, February 17th. The ladies are doing their utmost to make this entertainment interesting. An excel lent programme has been arranged, and talent of a very high order will appear. The admission is only fifty cents, by which the public can assist in aiding a very noble and worthy cause. Persons holding tickets dated the 15th will please note change of date. Committee Meeting. It will be seen by reference to notice elsewhere that a meeting of the committee appointed to solicit subscriptions to aid in the erection of the proposed Sunday school building for St. John’s Church, will be held this afternoon at the President’s room, in the Merchants’ National Bank, at 4 o’clock. The gentlemen whose names appeared in yesterday’s as being of that com mittee are earnestly requested to be prompt in their attendance, as there will be an im portant conference with the Church Finance Committee, and the work of organization will be effected. Mrs. Partington Say* Don’t take any of the quack rostrums, as they are regimental to the human cistern; but put your trust in Hop Bitters, which will cure general dilapidation, cosUve habits and all comic diseases. They saved Isaac from a severe extract of tripod fever. They are the ne pltu unum of medicines. Special Auction Notice. Kennedy & Biun, auctioneers. The stock of goods advertised by l hem will positively be closed out to-day and to morrow. The good* are all new, and bargains will be offered, feblO-H COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Regular Meeting el tbe Board— Resolatlons-Bills Passed. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of County Commissioners was held at the coart house yesterday. Present: Commissioners W. W. Paine, Chairman, R. D. Walker, C. C. Casey, W. 8. Lawton, M. H. Meyer. Minntes of the preceding meeting read and approved. LIQUOR LICENSES GRANTED. Licenses to retail liquor were granted as follows: R. J. Oliver, one and a half miles on Ogeeehee road. M. G. Readerick, six and a half miles on White Bluff road. Christy Holveson, at Cattle Park. Henry Ambos, Thunderbolt. MISCELLANEOUS. Commissioner Paine, to whom was sub mitted the petition of Mrs. Charles Green, asking to be relieved of tax for county pur poses on lots 9 and 10 Calhoun ward, occu pied by a building for charitable purposes, reported that under paragraph 798 of the Code of Georgia, this property is certainly exempt from taxation at this time, and the only question is was it exempt at the time it was taxed ? The property was purchased in January, 1880, for the purpose stated, but from some delay the titles were not executed until later. There is no doubt that tbe purchase was made in January, and I cannot think the delay in executing the titles should make void the true meaning and spirit of the law exempting the prop erty from taxation. The tax assessed is for the State sl7 50, and for the county S2O. Believing as I do that the property should not have been taxed, I recommend that the S2O paid to the county be refunded, and that the Commissioners recommend to tbe Comp troller General that Mrs. Green be relieved from the State tax of sl7 50. The report was adopted. Petition of citizens of Southvllle and vi cinity for opening anew road. Referred to Commissioners Paine and Meyer. After disposing of various other matters, of no special interest save to the parties concerned, the following resolutions were passed: RESOLUTIONS. Hefiolved, That the Chairman of this Board be requested to go before the grand jury and atk that they recommend the expendi ture of a sufficient amount to fit up the necessary rooms for the temporary confine ment of the insane. Adopted. Revived, That tbe resolution, dated the 7th day of -March, 1877, in relation to the payment of jurors, be changed, so as to allow the Clerk of the Superior Court to make out a list monthly of such jurors as may be discharged during the month. Revolved, That the Clerk draw his warrant on the County Treasurer for the sum of six hundred dollars to pay county beneficiaries. ACCOUNTS PASSED. Haslam A Hawkins $ 3 58 Geo. N. Nichols 6 00 M. L. Boyd 8 66 J. B. Lee 9 33 T H. Harden A Cos., Agents 10 41 Myers & Purse 42 25 Pay roll convict guard 280 00 Luke Carson 21 CO VVylly & Clarke 8 57 A. J. Franklin 3 00 D. R. Thomas 14 00 E. Heidt 1 25 J. J. Dale & Cos 10 29 Dr. W. G. Bulloch 50 00 W.C. Butler 36 25 Knickerbocker ice Company 5 00 McKllinn & McFall 13 40 R. B Cassells 1 50 Thomas Smith 3 00 J. R. Slendel 12 00 Lovell & Lattimore 2 70 J.T. Ronan 39 55 Superior Court offices 222 00 B. F. Sheftall 210 00 Savannah Gas Company 2100 \V. H. Bulloch 75 CD A. C. Hannon & Cos 139 75 Palmer Bros k .. 25 00 Solomons & Cos 17 95 R. H. Tatem 3 25 John Lyons 10 00 J J. Dale* Cos 10 10 S. Gardner & Cos 31 00 Morning News 6 40 Total $1,364 69 No other busluess being presented, the board adjourned. EVEN A DRUG MAN ASTONISHED. Miles ot Porou* Plaster. I did not think, said Mr. 8., of the New York Druggists' Circular, that the consump tion of rubber plasters was so great until I visited the Benson’s Capcine Porous Plaster establishment. If the plasters prepared there each day were laid out in line the line would reach five miles. Why is there such an enormous demand for this article? Because it has merit! It relieves pain! If you have a pain in the back or shoulder, or in the region of the kindneys or heart, or almost any local ache or paiu, Benson’s Capcine Porous Plaster will surely give you prompt and lasting re lief. It has an effect on the system which cannot be obtained from any other remedy in the world; besides it is neat, convenient, pleasant to wear and inexpensive. Sold by all druggists. Price 25 cents. Avoid cheap and worthless imitations. feb2 d&w2w A Panic In the Shoe Trade. As I contemplate extensive improve ments to the building occupied by me, I have concluded to reduce my largestock of boots, shoes and slippers, which are In great variety, at prices that defy competi tion, and regardless of cost. Among the above named stock may be found goods from the celebrated factory of M. Elkin & Cos., Philadelphia, for which we have the sole agency in this city, as well as a full line of ladies’, misses’, children’s, gents’ and boys’ boots, shoes and slippers, from the best and most celebrated manufacturers in Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, New ark, and the East. As these improvements will be made at an early day, we solicit our patrons and friends, as well as the public at large, to give us an early call, before pur chasing elsewhere, and satisfy themselves that this Is, more now than ever, the cheapest place in the city to buy your shoes. Max Kracss, Corner Whitaker and Broughton. janlß-Tu,Th&FATellm Furniture and Carpets. Allen & Lindsay, 169 and 171 Broughton street, have the largest and best stock of furniture In this city, comprising everything wanted by housekeepers, and also a splendid assortment of carpets, rugs, shades, cur tains and other upholstery goods. Their stocks in these lines are well selected and comprise all the latest styles and at prices to suit all pockets. Parties away from Savannah, who are about fitting up their houses, should get prices from this popular firm before they make their pur chases. This will save them a good per centage, as Allen & Lindsey sell on a smaller margin than any other house in Georgia. jan4 tf Important to Mother*. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup is the only thing that mothers can rely upon for their children. It corrects acidity of the stomach, cures wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort to mother aud child. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It soft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and allays all pain, thereby giving rest to the child and comfort to the mother. Twenty five cents a bottle. janlß-Tu,Th&S,w&Telly Millinery Good*. Clearing out of all millinery goods. Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Felt Hats In Derby and Sailor shape. The entire assort ment will be offered for less than they can be purchased in New York. 1 have just received anew assortment of Sun Um brellas and Parasols, Hamburg Edgings, French Nainsooks, French Welts, figured and plain. Piques, Corsets, Kid Gloves, new styles in Neckwear, Ruehing, etc. 11. C. Houston, feb2-tf 141 Congress street. Congress Water, Cathartic and Alterative, is a well lfnown specific for Constipation, Indigestion, and all disorders of the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. Ninety years’ popular use attests Its purity, safety and superiority to all waters of this class. Avoid all coarse, irritating waters, foreign and domestic; they impair the digestive organs and kidneys, thereby Inducing irreparable results. None Genuine sold on draught. jan23 Tu.Th&Teltf The supremacy in flavor of Hub Punch with hot or ice water, milk, etc., is 44 fact gen erally admitted by connoisseurs. Taken hot it will dissipate chills and colds. Sold by all Grocers, Wine Merchants and Drug gists at $1 25 a bottle. feblO-Tb,B,Tu&wlt An elegant Arion Upright Piano, from Ludden & Bates’ Southern Music House, has just been placed oh the steamer Carrie, Good for Captain Lee. There’s nothing like music ou the water. feblO It “Vascoe; or, Until Death,” by Mrs. B. M. Zimmerman, of Lake Irma, Florida, will begin in the Issue of the Wbbkly Nbws of February 18th. feblO 8t Devlin A Cos., Sensible Always, Are represented now by the Fashionable Furnisher, LaFar, 23 Bull street. feb7-tf Twenty-five boxes choice Lemons, for sale low by Jas. McGrath & Cos. nov4-Th,BATutf IRELAND. Translated front the German of Ferdinand Freiligrath—lS4~. X. The boat to rusty chains Is wed, Tbe sail dreams; oars enjoy vacation. Because the flsherboy Is dead. The flsbef died of sheer starvation! For Ireland’s fish Is landlord’s fish; The landlord gloats and likes It rather, But empty is the fisher’s dish; Thus died tfie son—thus died the father! H. The herd is lowing loud, and lags, Of cows and sheep, what pressing, slipping; Tbe herdsman, poorly clad in rags. Drives to ths seaport them for shipping; For Ireland's beasts are landlord’s beasts Which fain poor Paddy's bones would nour ish And give his children food and feast; In foreign markets they will flourish. 111. Thus are the beasts the landlord’s bourn Of superfluity and plenty, And every cow and oxen shorn Becomes to him a horn of plenty. To London he and Paris roams. His gold on gaming tables popping. His people in tneir humble homes Like winter flies are meanwhile dropping. IV. Halloh: halloh! Green Erin’s hunt Paddy take hold: I call that fitting No use! this, too, is being sent By steamer, o’er the ocean flitting! For Ireland’s chase is landlord’s chase. And woe to him who is caught poaching! The tenant pale, in misery’s phase Is e’en too weak to be encroaching: V. Thus cares the boss that deer and ox. That means, that his own tenants feed him Instead of drying up his bogs. Which sadly are ary culture needing; These bogs he gives to idle rest, There stalk on stalk could grain be bearing; The water ben sports on their crest. The duck and plover well are faring. VI. And yet, by God’s curse, pools quite full, Four million acres boggy bottom! But landlordism is quite dull. Not to be roused, so foul and rotten! O, Irish lands are landlord's lands. Therefore stand mothers wildly screeching, Their starving dead baby in their hands, And for its burial aid beseeching! VII. Thus sounds the wailing dav and night. Thus growls it Leiuster through and Con naught ; The West informed me how they cried, And to my window has the sound brought, Weak, like gome wounded deers, that bleed O’er heights and straits the erv came soar ing— The cry of hunger and of need. The death cry for some aid imploring: VIII. Erin on breaking knees Is seen Pale and disfigured, hair a Hying, She casts the Shamrock, withering green Trembling on those who have been dying. She kneels by stream and sea at home, And on her mountain tops with patience, More yet. than Harold —Byron’s Rome, The Niobe among the Nations! Chas. Kolshorn. Savannah, February 9, 1881, COURT CALENDAR. Superior Court. Hon. W. B. Fleming, Judge, presiding. Court met yesterday morning at 10 o’clock, when the following business was transacted : In re. petition of Francis H. Verdier, trustee, et al., for leave to sell, etc. Decree granted as prayed for. Garrard & Meldrim, solicitors for petitioners. R’chard Baker et al., complainants, and Peter Houston et al., defendants. In equity. Hearing of testimony was had in the above case up to 6 o’clock p. m., when further trial was postponed to 10 a. m. to-day. Lamartine M. French, Esq., was ap pointed and commissioned a Notary Public in and for Chatham county. Court took a recess to 10 a. m. to-day. Cltr Court. Hon. Wm. D. Harden, J udge, presiding. Court convened at 10 o’clock yesterday morning, when the following proceedings were had: Petit and tales petit jurors were dis J charged until Friday, February 11th, at 10 o’clock a. m. Jos!ah Sibley vs. George W. Haslam. Con tinued case. Continued. Silas M. Colding vs. John McTharien. Continued case. Discontinued. Railroad Mutual Loan Association vs. Francis M. Green. Buit on bond. Judg ment, $7lO 01; Interest from the 21st of Sep tember, 18S0, and fees. A. C. Ilarmon & Cos. vs. Daniel Rogers. Case. Discontinued. Wm. M. Davidson, plaintiff In execution, vs. Bridget Cullen, defendant In execu tion, and Caihariue Cullen, claimant. Con tinued claim case. Dead docket. Henry Suiter vs. Joseph Torrent. Motion to establish copy lost H. fa. Continued for further argument. Court adjourned until to day, 10th inst. MARSHALL HOUSE. A Quiet Family Hotel, Noted for It* Comfortable Room* and tbe Ex* eellenee of Its Table. ARRIVALS FEBRUARY 9. M Larisey, Ga; A II Lewis, Cincinnati; J W Lee, Raleigh, N C; Mrs M E Shank, Mrs L A Shank, Thompson, Ga; C B Murrell, Eastman, Ga; Y K Morell, Halcyondale; EM Johnston, Ga; L F Darby, DuPont; S G Whitesides, Ga; EG Simmons, Americus; E H Birdsong, Wad ley; WD Hulbert, Rochester, N Y; Thomas Parker, Washington; Carrie P Johnson, St Louis: Mary Miller. Georgetown, DC; JJ Hig don, Calvary, Ga; J F Dana, Lake City; A J Willis, Hawkinsville; J W Ball. Elmira; JBD Woodhurne, Alapaha; G H Hop, charleston; J B Creech, Quitman; E J Simmons, Auderlies; A H Lewis, Cincinnati; Thos N Latham, Va; Wm E Reynolds. Cincinnati; Miss Katie Put nam, Miss Rita Van Gordon, Miss Frankie Nor ton, Miss Nellie Strickland, Mrs Lawrence, J H Ferris, RV Ferguson, C S Coon, Flint Kenni cott, W II Murdoch. L J McCabe, Will Gos-ick, Katie Putnam Company; E G Stone. New York; JD Twigs, Mrs Twigs, Ellerton, S C; Capt John Purdy, ship Argosan; Capt Will Grant, ship George. “Vascoe; or, Until Death,” by Mrs. B. M Zimmerman, of Lake Irma, Florida, will begin in the issue of the Weekly News of February 12th. feblO 3t Frash Milk Biscuits only 10c. per pound, bordered Butter Biscuits 12>£c. per pound, Boneless Pigs’ Feet and Brawn in cans, choice Mess Mackerel in kits, choice Rice only 80c. per peck, at U. M. & H. W. Tilton’s. feblO It ‘‘Vascoe: or, Until Death,” by Mrs. B. M. Zimmerman, of Lake Irma, Florida, will begin in the issue of the Weekly Nevts of February 12th. feblO 3t Call en your groeer for Magnolia Hams. They are perfect in cut, cure and flavor. Every Ham guaranteed. Bee advertisement, feblO lt Reed’s Gilt Edge Tonic Cures Dyspepsia, Reed’s Gilt Edge Tonic Cures Fever and Ague. Reed’s Gilt Edge Tonic Cures Dumb Aj;ue. ap29-Th&w,eowly Mott’s Sparkling Cider on draught at Jas. McGrath & Co.’s. nov4-Th,B&Tutf Salt* to Order by Devlin Sc Cos, Leave your measure with LaFar. feb7-tf Choice Beef Tongues, 50 cents each, at Jas. McGrath & Co.’s. nov4-Th,B<&Tutf See tbe New Line of Half Hose Just opened at LaFar’s. feb7-tf Umbrella* and Waterproof Coats With Leggings and Hats* at LaFar’s. feb7-tf Children’* Hat* at Any Price* Such as we have left, cheap, at LaFar’s. feb7-tf ■ Fancy Shirt*, White Shirts. A fine assortment, at LaFar’s. feb7-tf Renew Your Old Hat. Get a bottle of Polish for 25 cents from LaFar. feb7-tf Hat* in Seasonable Style* Are always found In variety at LaFar’s. feb7tf .<— ■ Collar*, Caffs, Scarf*, And a handsome line of New Scarf Pins and Buttons, at LaFar’s. feb7-tf Mott’s Sparkling Cider, in barrels and kegs, at Jas. McGrath & Co.’s. nov4-Th ,B<icTutf grttflg, (ttc . J £ ETHERINGTON ’8 TROPIC-FRUIT LAXA TIVE, DITMAN’S SEA-SALT, LONDON CO.’S ESSENCE OF MEAT (READY FOR USE), JOHNSTON’B FLUID BEEF, LIEBIG’S COCA BEEF TONIC, MARSHALL’S CATARRH AND ASTHMA CIGARETTES. IN STORE AND FOR BALE BY G. M. HEIDT & CO., DRUG GISTS. jan26tf low jMmtomtttto. Fbbtoß Net Yariety store. THE GREAT AND ONLY __ Q <3 THE GREAT SUCCESS of the TREVERE JhL TREVERE KID KID GLOVE EVERY PAIR WARRANTED. VvuMIJ IS ATTRIBUTED TO THEIR THE MOST POPULAR ' SUPERIORITY OVER ALL GLOVE IN THE MARKET. fjgSgSsSy OTHER MAKES. REMEMBER THAT THE REMEMBER EVERY PAIR ORIGINAL ARE FOR SALE "’OJpT ARE WARRANTED, AND ARE ONLY AT FOR SALE ONLY AT PLATSHEK’S NEW VARIETY STORE. feblO-tf Ihy (Sooflo. Clirsns’s Gloats! Cliren's Cloaks! 25 CLOAKS FOR MISSES 4 YEARS OF AGE. "1 These garments are of the latest design, of 25 CLOAKS FOR MI-SES 6 TEARS OF AUE. i 25 CLOAKS FOR MISSES 8 YEARS OF AGE. ! excellent material ana at extremely low 25 CLOAKB FOR MISSES 10 YEARS OF AGE. t 25 CLOAKS FOR MISSES 12 YEARS OF AGE. prices. The colors are navy blue, black and 25 CLOAKS FOR MISSES 14 YEARS OF AGE. 25 CLOAKS FOR MISSES 18 YEARS OF AGE. J brown. LADIES' CLOAKS! LADIES’CLOAKS! 100 LADIES’ CLOAKS AT POSITIVELY SUCH PRICES THAT WILL AND MUST CAUSE THEIR SPEEDY SALE. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OE WINTER GOODS We have determined t> close out, and are willing to make all necesiary sacrifice to accom plish it. for we do not believe in packing away these goods for next winter, we therefore offer splendid, real, genuine bargains in all kinds of woolen goods, such as BLANKETS, SHAWLS, WORSTED SaCQUES, LEGGINS, GLOVES, and more especially in Winter Dress Goods and Black Silks. We mean just what we say, and those who have the readv cash will be able to invent it to VERY GREAT ADVANTAGE. We still continue to sell Ladies’ Fine Linen Handkerchiefs at lie , full worth 25c.: Gents’ pure and flue linen Handkerchiefs at 16 and 25c. These goods are fully worth double. If you doubt it, come and convince yourselves. You need not buy if you don't find it to be so. We also con tinue to fell our Turkey Red Doylies, our plain White Doylies, our White Doylies with red bor der, our White Doylies with blue border, at the uniform price of each, or 42c. per dozen. They are warranted fast color and equal in quality to those sold in other stores at 75c. In fact, we offer bargains in all housekeeping goods. HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! We are still continuing the 10c. counter, and have added some extraordinary bargains in Gents’, Ladies’ and Misses’ Fancy Hose. Some of these goods cannot be bought elsewhere for less than 25c , and we give you your choice for 10c. a pair. We also continue to sell those elegant Cardinal French Misses’ Hose, sto 854, at the uniform price of 35c. a pair. These goods are un equalled in quality, and are full regular made. They are really worth from 50 to 75c., according to size. Harris’ Seamless Gents’ KM Gloves. No counterfeit, positively the genuine article; sold by Harris Bros, themselves at $3 25 a pair. We will close the balance at sl, and whilst you are at it, examine the best unlaundried Shirt you have ever seen at any price. Ask for *• WEISBEIN’S BESTjSHIRT;” we sell it at $1 each. No reduction by the dozen. la ADIBS! o#r 5Cc. 3 button COLORED KID beats any glove you have ever had for sl. Our 75c. 4-button KII) is equal to any $1 50 Giove, and for6oc. we fed you a 6-button Glove in white and opera shades. For the identical goods you have to pay elsewhere $1 50. We have also 3-button KIDS which we sell at 35c. They are the kind you pay elsewhere st'c. for. We are just in receipt of a beautiful lot of flue LACES, of the latest styles and designs, at as tonishingly low prices. Just come and examine and price them. DAYID WEISBEIN. jandl-N&Teltf J. e . Gr tt *r m: js. unt, 141 Broughton Street. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF Passementeries, Fringes and Ornaments. BLANKETS, SHAWLS AND UNDERWEAR. Always in stock: DOMESTICS, SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS, Towels, table linens, doylies, silk, black and white Spanish lace ties, Ladies’, Misses’ and Gents’ HOSE, RIBBONS, CORSETS, BUTTONS, LACES and GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS. Try the OUR OWN KID GLOVES, 3 buttons, black and colors, every pair warranted, only sl. jan24-tf jgmttMry ftoofls, FIRST OF THE SEASON ! L li. 11 ft (0. 130 Broughton Street, OPEN THIS DAY AN ENTIRE NEW LINE OF Mi li MCI PltlM Consisting of all the VERY LATEST ATTRACTIONS. All the new shades of linings, such as Ox-Blood, Heliotrope, Geranium and Old Gold. CHOICE AND ELEGANT BTYLES from the most reliable manufacturers. GREATER BARGAINS THAN EVER! feb7-tf ffiptmufl. SPECIAL SALE Ot a large line of Business Suits at unprecedented low prices, commencing This Day, and to continue until the entire line is sold. Since our last announcement hun dreds of people have availed themselves 6f the great bar gains we were offering, and we intend now to still further lower the prices on our goods, so as to give everybody an opportunity to obtain first-class Clothing at lower prices than ever before offered in this city. Fine Dress Suits, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, etc., at equally low prices. An early call will give you a good selection. SIMON MITCHELL, janl3 tf 24 Whitaker Street (Lyons* Block). jftardtoro, ffuthry, &r. COUNTRY MERCHANTS ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE CUR LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Tinware, Plows, Etc., WHICH WE OFFER AT LOW PRICES. m PALMER BROS. Savannah, January 28, 1881. jan2B-tf FOll SALE, ef A HEAD first-class MULES, sulta-j^ JU ble for Planters and Timber men. Having purchased the above stock from first hands, we are pre-M*fl* pared to sell on reasonable terms. Apply to MORAN & REILLF, janft-tf New street. FOR HORSES. MULES. ETC., THERE IS NOTHING SUPERIOR TO Kendal's Spavin Cure Asa liniment—and it is equally valuable for .the human family. A supply in store and for sale by G. M. HEIDT & CO., Druggists, JaniM tf Kjßapolia iiams. S§3sI *CS.J-k-'A \ IMAGNOufflßs??= all climates and pronounced Perfect in Gut, Cure, Flavor, Every ham guaranteed. Ask your Grocer for Magnolias. MoFERRAN. SHALLCROSS & CO.. LOUISVILLE, KY feb3-Tlil6t ®rain anti grovisioas, ENTERPRISE M II.LS, SAUSSY & HARMON, PROPRIETORS. GRITS, MEAL, FEED, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HAY AMT® OFFICE, 109 BAY STREET. MILL AND ELEVATOR, S„ F. &W. RAILWAY DEPOT. nov3o-tr ihjj ©ooflo. 8. 1 McKenna, 137 BROUGHTON STREET. NEW PARASOLS! A large lot of very rich Silk, Satin and Bro caded PARASOLS. All new styles. Lined and trimmed in the fashionable colors New Embroideries! A large consignment of new HAMBURG EM BROIDERIES, in Nainsook and Cambric Muslins. Elegant designs and very fine work. NEW LACES! A splendid line of new LACES—Vermicelli, Bucharest, Coraline, Languedoc, Beatrice, Murillo and other handsome Laces. New Linens! A large assortment of new Satin Damask TABLE LINEN, Satin Damask TABLE NAPKINS and DOYLIES. NEW PRINTS! Several cases of STANDARD PRINTS—new spring styles and colors. B. F. McKENNA. febß-N&Teltf An Offer UnpreceHenteil! We have just received FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of Ladies’ and Children’s UN DERWEAR from a MANU FACTURER’S AUCTION SALE, which we will sell at such prices that will enable the public to procure the finest goods at a mere nominal figure. The remaining stock of Win ter Goods we are selling off far below actual cost. Call early and secure a bar gain. JACOB COHEN 162 BROUGHTON STREET. jan3l-tf ffiMitimj (goods. DIMERS, DARNERS. Darning Needles EMBROIDERED SACKS. SUN BONNETS. A SUPPLY OF ABOVE JUST RECEIVED. SWISS CAPS. NOTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY. Stamping Done to Order AT 168 BROUGHTON STREET. MRS. K. POWER. jan7-tf # NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ALL persons having claims' against WIL LIAM J. LAWRENCE, lately doing busi ness in the city of Savannah, are hereby noti fied to present the same, with the vouchers thereof duly verified, to the subscriber, who has been duly appointed assignee of said WIL LIAM J. LAWRENCE, under and by virtue of an assignment for the benefit of his creditors, dated January the 7th, 1881, at the office of suoscriber, in the city of Savannah, on or be fore the 15th day of April, 1881. Dated Savannah, January 11th, 1881. W. W. MaCKALL, J*., Janl3-Th4t Assignee. ARTIST’S Manual of OR and Water £elor Painting, Crayon Drawing, etc., 50c. Guide to Authorship, 50c. Of booksellers or by mail, JESSE HANEY & 00., 119 Nassau street, New York. 1041 £o-£ay. POSITIVE ORDERS TO CLOSE. KENNEDY Ac BLIIN, Auctioneers. THIS DAT, at It o’clock, corner Bryan and Whitaker streets, DRESS GOOD? HOSIERY, GLOVES, BUT TONS, RIBBONS, THREAD, tPiiEADS, OIL CLOTH, COLOGNE?, SCARFS and TIES. SHAWLS. SOAPS, NOTIONS, FANCY AR ICI.ES, LINEN HANI KERCHIEFS, full ine SHIRTS and COLLARS, etc. FRIDAY, 11th, BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING and HARDWARE feblO-lt f&uriioj! fag*. HANDSOME PARLOR AND BEDROOM FUR NITURE. C. 11. DORSETI\ Auctioneer, Will sell, on FRIDAY, lltli inst, at residence on Huntingdon street, between Abercorn and Lincoln streets, commencing at 11 o’clock, Handsome PARLOR SUIT, REVOLVING BOOK CASE, volmnesof STANDARD WORKS, fine LIBRARY TABLE, CARD TABLE, OIL PAINTINGS, RECLINING CHAIR, WHAT NOT, MANTLE ORNAMENTS. CANARY BIRD and CAGE. MOCKING BIRD and CAGE, Black Walnut Marble-Top CHAMBER SET, ROCKING CKaJES. CHINA and TIN SETS, HAT RACK, Black Walnut it a FRIG H.RAT O tt, etc All fine furniture and n°erly new. The Abercorn line of cars pass wiJ.in a half block of the houte. feblo-2t <goKimt!s!S!oU , ************* ** ********* ********** *************************** ********** JOHN FL'.KNERY. JOHN b. JOHNSON. JOHN FLANNERY k CO. Cotton Factors —AND— Commission Merchants, NO. 8 KELLY’S BLOCK, BAY BTREET, Savannali, Gra. Agents for jewell’s mills yarns and DOMESTICS, etc., etc. BAGGING AND TIES FOR SALE AT LOW EST MARKET RATES. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL BUbINE-S ENTRUSTED TO US. TAKER AT. ADVANCES MADE ON CON SIGNMENTS. sepl .>************* ***** xx**** *** M. f. GORDON. HCSKY BRIGHAM. W. W GORDON & CO. (Successors to Tiscn & Gordon), Cotton Factors —AND— Commission Merchants, NO. 112 BAY ST., SAVANNAH, GA. LOANS MADE UPON SATISFACTORY AS SURANCE OF COTTON SHIPMENTS. VERY FULL ADVANCES MADE ON CON SIGNMENTS OF COTTON. BAGGING AND TIES FURNISHED CUS TOMERS AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. aug3l-d&wtf JAS. W. SCHLEY & CO., 172 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH GA., General Comm’n Merchants, OFFER: OAAA BUSHELS Choice Rust-proof OATS ZUUU 500 bushels COW PEAS. 250 bales Prime Timothy HAY. 300 bales Prime Northern HAY. 8,000 bushels CORN. 4,000 bushels OATS. 40,000 pounds WHEAT BRAN. 12,000 pounds DRY SALT SIDES. 20,000 pounds SMOKED SIDES. Also, MEAL, GRITS, FLOUR, CRACKED CORN and CORN EYES. jelß-tf lea anti Coffee. W HARPERS! THE FINEST STOCK OF TEAS IN THE SOUTH. , 138 Half Chests—All fine drawing Teas. Goods that cannot be bought for double the money elsewhere, for remember we are HEADQUARTERS WE buy more, sell more, and know more about these goods than all Savannah. Be sure ana see cur STOCK—not the few packages In our store. Ask our men to show you the stocks of goods we have in our store-rooms above and adjoining our store. Don’t forget also to see our curiosities, such as our celebra ted Mandating & Preang Javas The ugliest, dirtiest looking coffee you ever saw, but with flavor and aroma “FIT FOR THE GODS.” It cannot be bought elsewhere. OUR 50 CENTS TEA Still holds the public spell-bound. REILY & MOLONEY. febl-N&Teltf—3p COFFEE. 4/1 ftO BAGS COFFEE per “Bams.” Di *4o £i rect from Rio de Janeiro. Land ing and for sale by WEED & CORNWELL. oct2o-tf Wines, Wines, Wines,Etc. A DIRECT importation from Eckel Bro., Deidesheim, Germany—so cases RHINE WINE, from $7 to *2B a case. Direct importation from Eckel & Tafal, Epernay, France—so bask-ts of CHAMPAGNE, from 817 to $22 per basket. 25 cases ( f FINE 27 YEARS OLD SHERRY, direct from Spain, Nos. 1 and 2, at #lB and S2O per case. 10 cases VIRMOUTH di TORINO. 5.000 Garcia A Jauregui HAVANA INTIMI DAD SEGARS, 5,000 Garcia & Jauregui HA VANA FIGAROS BEGARH, 5.C00 G. & J. HA VANA INFANTBs, for sale at A. G. YBANBZ’, feb4 tf 99 BAY STREET.