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Old Saw'm * Be Po,ite >”
111 L Delusion and a Snare.
from the -V* Fort Ann.
,1 feller never loses nothing by being
,:t •• remarked the Squire one day, as
P°“ K 1 thp old settler and tome oi the
gathered around the Are at the
stranger had driven up,
Ter ": , r 0„, his wagon, entered the bar
jumped • wa rmiDg himself, asked
mam. ‘"VstlckMdfe lived-Unole Job
wliere who made *i:,000 by buying
die, wlu) and live* on the in
*,;llsel rPmon-v. It was difficult to give
terestpihis inin go)he llul)l iord had
<1 to the corner of the next
wa!kd clear ou ghow tbe 8t ranger,
I 1 an. so be ... oU ble, where Uncle .Job
* ]t T “aomeone ha.! said that he thought
lived. k - bme , _ taking a good deal ot
th* la "l or i man he didn’t know any-
P ainS W hn„t and H was then that the
S had remarked that nooneever lost
*' Vna sure that,” said one
"That stranger looked to
’ r m'owt ha’ ast us to hev sum
n" ?Pf tv B non. if the l’anMord hadn’t ha
11,1,1 P"„L„ n , W ith his p’liteness.”
the Squire; “d’ye think
so?" .hint so’" exclaimed the Old
••I> oeS he thinks sol I were
se:tßr ‘ tlmuMnl o’ ast In’ the stranger
J'* 1 °“ h ovvt be bailin’ from, wbar U •
v mr bo M “ e .- t were , De price
tbort o’ pull'n i‘J 1 *“ H( .’d ha’ see at
t imely were .akin’ an
V■ ,'nhim an’, arter answerin’ me,
f .lmp w’at the prospec’s was
Inhere e™ winter crops, an’ wbuther
>bnuthvreie * a coo( j (jj C k el .
| 1 hnsses—s' rangers alluz asls that w’en
in bosses . . n(T e this time o’ vear.
ThJn'l’d ha’ tol’ him’bout that ringbone
lare o’ JacV Limeirie’s, an’ ’bout the
mfarter-cracked colt that Sam 1-argle
Sits to git up a deal fer, an’ so nut the
"V” r his guard. By this time he’d
hpseen tb’t ne’was in the ban’s o’ his
friends an’ arter a bit he’d ba said:
■••Well,come, boys! W’ata’ yogolnter
te '.y e all know w’afd ha’ happened arter
that an’ w’en that were ovei-. thf n bc and
wi no Hired for Uncle Job Stioktiddles,
iS’ tbe lsn’lord could ha’ walked from
k" re to the oT man’s house with him. i
ba’ wanted to. an’ be domed to him!
'lbuz differn’t kinds o’ p’llteuess. M.v
kind is good to play any tune, but the
longer ye put the lan’lord s kind o i, the
hater ter the c’m.m’iy in gin. i’l, b’gosb,
an’ fer the comp’ny that’s present w’en
it’s used, in pertic’lar.”
■But, Major.” the Squire begran.
••But"nothin’l" exclaimed the Old Set
tler cutting him off short. -But nothin’!
You say tli’t a feller don’t lose n’thin bv
bun’ p’lite. 1 think th’t ye see
now how a feller kiu lose sum
nin’ by it. all the same, an’ If tbuz
a teller in tbe house tb’t didn’t want to
lt.se it I’d like to bet a little sumpiu’ th’t
that feller’s you. But I’m agointer show
ve b’gosh th’l ’tain’t no onoommon
thing fer a feller to lose sumpiu’ by bein’
r'lite, an’ l kiu do it bv a lew fac’s an’ 1
h pe th’t everybody here, ’specially our
li’lite lan’lord will reoomeinber ’em.
“Wen our folks lived back in the Sugar
Swamp deestric’ long ’lore auv o’ you
boys was born, th’ was a tam’ly liv. and
nigh to us by the name ot Grubbs. Y'ou
mowt think from their name th’t they
never had come from nowhar, but had
list sprung right up outeu tbo groun’ o’
Sugar Swiuno, nat’rai like, same as ches’-
j.u! saplin’s; but thar ye’ll bo wrong.
Them Grubbses came from Jobstown, 8.
J,,an’ was constd’ablo some punkins.
They fetched with Vm hifalutin’
idees o’ doin’ things, an’ tried to
make ’em grow in our deestric’, but
the site o’ Sugar Swamp wu’n’t quite
rich enough fer ’em to get a good start in,
an’ they wilted aa’ quit sproutin’ ’lore
lone, same az ’arly t’mater plants mowt,
If they was sot out in a gravel bed. But
they was awful p’lite lolks, ’specially
young Ben Grubbs. I’ve heard sav that
Jien was so durn p’.ite th’t wunst, be
were staudin’ by tbe barn door ez a flock
o’ geese was passin’ in through. Ez a
goose’d go in it’d duck its bead, ez you
know geese alius will, an’ oil’d come old
Ben’s o’l straw hat, an’ he’d bow like a
daocin’ master. An’ thar be stood,
b’gosh, an’ bowed ev’ry one o’ them geese
inter the barn, bo were so p’lite.
“Wall, two or three year arter the
Grubbses begun to till the sile in Sugar
hwauip deestric’ th’ wore a nice, sliok
lcokiu’ stranger iound his way iu thar
one tall. He were lookin’ ler a lumber
tract th’t lay off some’rs in the woods, be
said, lie happened to strike the Grubbs
plantation, an’ t.dd his errand in that
neighborhood. Ben Grubbs were jist
p’lite enough to knock off plowin’ ter rye,
an’ to hitch up his boss an’ lug tbo stran
ger round the deestric’ tiil th-y foun’ the
tract he were lookin’ fer. W’en they got
bsck hum tbe slick stranger tol’ Ron th’t
he’d beerd o’ lots an’ gobs o’ tilings th’i
had s’prised him, but th’l, sech p’liteness
a- B"ii s, way out ’mongst the b’ars an’
the bushwhackers, were suinpin’ th’t had
knocked him so furouten his bearin’* th’t
tie couldn’t tell w’ieh way tie were p’inted.
‘A teller never loses nuthin’ by bein’
P U.e,’ said Ben, grintiin’ like aChessy
Ca .cP' were 80 baug-up tickled
‘ 1 ue upshot o’ the stranger’s visit an’
o Ben’s pTiteness were th’t Ben ’greed
to hunt up the owner o’ the lumber tract,
,“ y,t e/ ,be stranger’s agent, an’ hold it
i him .ill tie got back, n’ich were to be
o" rt u br ? e weck9 - Be come back,
*L n • b . aan 1 >{nt tll ° tract vit, the
J""®Irbf!D’stubborn. 1 rb f! D ’stubborn. But it wero l.’ar
huntin time, an’ the stranger said he’d
L,® logo out an’ hunt b’ar. Ben rigged
h’i.s UP n au , I ‘ RI an ’ H “ n went out to kill
_i p url, ‘ tne day Ben, who were iog-
Bumiw".?. at loot 01 a ri,, k. conm
fl? °" ,er a f "g r settiu’ on a log,
in il l h^’ HBy a '"i JT mil1 ’ fet a fl-'bt. Ben
tied ih . P ," Pl ,'® d bl “' full o’ lead an’ set
,be luiur’ rieht then an’ thar but
stranger w* 1 wf' b(!n P’Bte. ye see, e’z the
must hevTh , h • KUesr ’ so o’ course
Srsnaer ?wu' M ‘."P 1 tbe l,,ar - *’n
hie ™ tr * b lleve his name were Sti u
tbe’Tmw*.*h°* h . 1 ! 1 ’ ’ roun ’ ln the b ' U9h at
' "I ' tbe '•‘lke. Ben hollered to him
heTsr ?;;r h n ' an b 0 d,d ’ H “ ‘““c’t
Ull ’long-ide o’ Ben.
in> K- e V u ’’ Ha> 8 B° n toStruble, tak
}he blr. Bhat an ’ bUWln ’’ au ’ to
e' tk P | o , o 000 !> yoßcd Struble, ez be
•w*y from uen- i l ‘, oppi "’ bi, ‘ Klin skinned
ridge like ~ , I' 11 L’ tbal "Ofth oak
looks, arte, L UP '? na r and H C’Ge. Hen
gltt.n’ h!. te n , * P'**' ’ toe h’ar,
give i ' n " u "P 1,1 sech monkey shines,
xt B o'I jUm !'*' aD ’ w, thout waitin' to
the word go‘anil’ Pl . lckl " <l lntel ' •> from
amt, Sam iai i hJ lkoa bumd e door
jot around, but be were jm p-mV’ez
lftUer set down , U,SPUn lbH B ‘ !D WTe
bundin’ n„ „,T” i “ a n ‘>w house he were
spring, and ho*™. 0 b ‘ B °' v " the coinin’
that tne stink „, neiH to ° b Ute to notice
•■d’able ’tlnUoi H. Were pa>,tn ’ Cl,n
week orsnar! .. Auvhow. a
•poll nt ti l ,A’ . er , B ' n "Ot well o’ his p’lite
Side,)’ the hlll, t be got on the right
bought "If, 1 b ". '"nbet- tract,
Pocket, liel i’g a r R ‘'"ten hiaown
ll “ all the m ‘ lo 10 boPber Struble
e*d made ! ' WOf "ved and tbe
Struble havin’ H ' r * n Ker’s name,
km,,. Befo eh?n d l^? ,i,ou 'bo Ur
b'rulde, ' X "P with
touet,., ri ’. ri “.ivS' 1 b*PPen but ib’t a
hp-uu’.,,, UUI "| ' kni ’ lull-oMuisines*.
‘“‘--huuk ug h." ‘ban come a ridii.’
“a to Grubb.’, lie wauled to
see tbe man that’d just bought the Grin
d'e lumber tract.
“‘I want tiiat tract!’ he hollered, w’en
Ben cotne out. -Must bev it!’ be says.
‘l’ll give ye a tbouean’ dollers fer it?’ be
savs, 'an' here’s twenty-live to bind the
bargain.’
-Ben were p’lite, but hero was a chance
to make SSOO. He was too p’lite, thouga,
to do it without seein’ Struble, so be told
tbe rough-an'-ready stranger he’d hef to
wait till he could think it over. The
stranger said alt right. He’d be back
nex’ day, he said, an’ he give Ben $25 to
snow tu’t he meant business. Ben found
StrubU an’ tol’ Dim w’at, hail turned up.
- ’Well,’ said Struble, ‘o! course it’s my
tract o' lan’, but 1 don’t warn io stun’ in
tbe way o’ you a rnakin’ sumpin.’ G nt
me two hundred au’ fifty dollars, an’ you
take tbe lan’an’make t’other two bun
dered an’ fifty.’
-That was fair, Ben sain, an’ be plunks
the little two hundred an’ fifty in caso
right in Struble’s band. Tbe next day
come an’ went agin, but the rougu-an’-
ready stranger w’at wanted tbe lan’ so
bad, an’ must have it, didn’t draw nigh
to Sugar Swamps. Struble didn’t happen
to drop in ou p’ltte Ben Grubbs that dav,
nor evenin’, nuther. Nex’ tnornin’ Sim
Grtenlpaf popped in ruther suddent like
on the Gtuhses, an’ wanted to know wbar
in blazes tits darter Betsey were! Wall,
all th’ were to it were th’t Betsey
an’Struble bad run away an’ got mar
ried, an’ it were whispered ’round
afterwards th’t the rough-an’-readv
stranger an’ Struble was seen together
fer a tew minutes, over to the Bed Clear
in’, the day ol’ rough-au’-ready orter
showed up with his thousan’ dollars fer
the lumber tract th’t he were so anxious
ler to git. Ezfer Ben, he had hisp’llie
ness an’ the lumber tract left. The lum
ber tract wa’n’t wuth fifty dollars, an’ ez
ler the p’iiteness—wall, i don’t want to
go too tur in speakin’ of p’liteuees, but If
1 were a lan’lord ez had let my p’liteness
iake a shingle offen my roof on account
ol a stranger, I’m durned if I’d let my
friends an’ neighbors suffer fer it, if l
had to strip the roof clean to the rafters!”
Ed. Mott,
The l’ostinaatcr General’s Hat.
Frvnx the New York Sun .
Tbs lady cierks in the Post Office De
partment are debating a questiou of eti
quette that has some features of interest
outside the four white walls ot that insti
tution. The question 19, “Should tbe
Postmaster General be expected to re
move bis hat in the presence of lady
clerks indoors?” Col. Vilas very often
goes over the building, both for purposes
ol inspection and to conduct personal
triendß through the various instructive
and interesting branches of the postal
service. His gentlemen friefds, on these
tours ot observation, invariably remove
their hats in the rooms where there are
ladies, but tbe Postmaster General does
not. His fashionable, well-kept tile tops
out his genteel, handsome figute, appa
rently as immonable as when be
is striding up town on bis
dally constitutional walk. There is one
laction that holds that a Cabinet Minis
ter should not doff his hat in the presence
of subordinate employes, unless it is ad
visable lor him to do so as a matter of
comfort. Another faction maintains that
a Postmaster General is a man, and
should be a gentleman under all circum
stances, the inoumtieneyot bis fiigb effiee
not excepted. P'or a time it was reported
in some of the distant rooms in the build
ing where Col. Vilas seldom goes, that
he was very bald and wore his hat to keep
from catching cold. The story even took
on the addition that tbe Postmaster Gen
eral wore constantly while at his desk a
little silk cap. This is not the case. He
has a fair covering of hair on hts head,
and has no silk cap. The question ol eti
quette is still under debate.
fttrDital.
f° r GfOut~,
ys/eurdlQi<\.
*•—c (dtied,
ial/ie’fhe f) arts af
fected freely w<?h
~P<Ltry S'
pAltijj(lLLEH
facing o.^c.cls/ioo/7.
ful ir/lujar end Water
"forces <* y, ond
you’ll 6g-T relief at
onca. and a
‘Cure ,
afte.r failhful use or
•th/s remedy.
Qxre. s
3 fort ■fh root
JJihhVieria,
< frost~3ilz •
liffiii!
Hirw> YITAMTY la falling;. Prain DKAIM Dnnl
(XUAtS I Kl> or Power PH KM ATFUKtY U Afell
tW nay find a perfect M<i reliable cure in the
ulnptod by all French i’hyKicUujs and belrir rapidly n.u
pot’caftmly Introduced here. All'cok- ninsr losk*-h him
miiuj promptly checked. T)tEAT)*F. efrlvtr nena
lapcrand medicalendoi w>tnontM t Ac., HIKK. Oonnultn
lontofllceor bv tnulltulth nix Midimiit dot ton r ItKlv
••'VIA’. L AGENCY. No. 1 74 Fuito.i Stmt Mow Y ,r
I CURE FITS!
Whwn I o my cui* I ao nut mean mutely to o'np
k tluia *nl then •-*• them retum Ijj
caj ear*. I hv* uado tho dia***-* of Fils, ari
.KPfiY or FA LI.I NO MCKtffciM a life lon* atody. I
vturnnt my totnaUf to euro tho wott raaoe. Br*anav
ithora havo railed la no i.uaon for nt now raenlTlnf •
•aro. Baud at ouco for a tirallaa and • Froo Bidtla oi inj
•ifhllfb!# ramedy Ulra Kxproaa and Foal Often. It coaU yot
i<>. .uujc or a trial, autl f will ettra yoo. .
A ldreaa Ua. 11. O. HOOT. If3 Foart 81., ifawTortL
Anfltll a and WhinVr vinbiva cured
IS VIIIM hi homo without pain. Vioolc
l? | IUB VI of PurtlmilarA nent KIIKK. it.
im"vioa M m M. KY. *. It.. At
lautM, Gm . OAlco Whitehall at rest.
ffl V VIGOR.
yW|M ?•% ¥ vIJ N ■ f.i may be porfactly re-
BwH/rVi Csi D Kwlnedhy thu new iraicie
, M| , llertal Frarla. Sana for
ir new ilioatraied **(inlde to
Haoltli.” AhNolMfa aoorary. A •hires* tho
Uudlrol C’llnlt?. So NalMillt.N. Y.
U/JT <ll/ Hl ■ 111 from the nf-
S ■'i 1 VY C Al\ BIS m Mfocta of youthful nr-
H VijP .a—*'—mi— |f lEw oarfr derav. loot
m.mhood. etc. I wl!l send a ralanblo treat iM(aoaled>
oontatnitu* fttll jrticulon for homo on re. fro** of
ohMS*to. Addrea# i’rwf.l'. U. FO WLEU.MuudtUk Ccuu.
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1887.
Tried in the CmcitlS.
Jgjpi§jj§ t3|T
;■ *
• About twenty years ago I discovered a little sore on roy chock, and the doctors pro-*
non need it cancor. 1 have tried a number cf physicians. out without receiving any perma
nent benefit. Among the number were one or two specialists. The medicine they applied
wa * like fire to tin* tore, causing intent yam. I saw a statement in the papers telling what
8. S. 8. had done for others similarly afflicted. I procured some at once. Before t hod used
the second bottle the neighbors could notice that my cancer was healing up. My general
health had been oaa for two or three years—l haa a hacking cougn ana spit blood contin
ually. I had a severe pam m my breast. After taking six* bottles of S. 8. S. my cough left
me and I grow stouter than I hail been for several years. My cancer has healed over ail but j
a little spot about the size of a half dime, and it ia rapidly disappearing. 1 would adviae
every one with cancer to give S. S. S. a fair trial.
„ . Ita * NANCY J. McCONAUGHEY, Ashe Grove, Tippecanoe Cos., Ind.
reu. io, 18eo.
... 8 Specific is entirely vegetable, and scorns to enre cancers by forcing ont the impo
ritiee from the blood. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed flee.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
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T „ V
I te \
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° S
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mijolfoalc ffivorrr.
ROBT. H. JONES,
*
Wholesale Grocer,
JACKSONVILLE, FJLA.
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HOUSE doing a REGULAR JOBBING BUSINESS from
Jacksonville, and being 172 miles nearer the irade centre of
Florida than Savannah, and having.every facility for handling
the business, I can save TIME and FREIGHT and sell just as
cheap All Goods delivered FREE OF DR AY AGE.
Send for prices.
R. H. JO NES.
__ Furniture, darprt* ano Cu taitto.
Receiver’s Sale
OF
s. ii i<: b3iarv rv s
ENTIRE STOCK OF
Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Window Shades
Stoves and House Furnishing Goods,
170 BROUGHTON STREET.
The entire line ii offered WITHOUT RESERVE regardiea, of cost. •
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fault for Satr.
Sanford, Orange County, Florida.
No Healthier or Better Laid Out Town in Florida.
COMPARATIVE TEMPERATURES South and North Florida; lowest Reading* nt San
ford (U. Signal Oflice re|K>rt) in laic. freeze* .1 no miry id and tin, 1887, 38 degree*. A
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The distributing p dnt for '•oiilh Klorlda, lieitd ot Rtoamer navigation on the St. John’s,
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Ice Factory, etc. Good openings for new l>u ttie.s enterprises.
Some of the most profitable orange Groves of the State in Immediate neighborhood for
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Lots in Sanford and subiirli-v seres on Sanford Grant for W infer Homes. Orange
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Orders Taken for Snn Bonnets.
Felt Lambrequins 2] yards
long, half yard wide, stamped,
$1; elaborate designs $1 25.
Felt Scarfs, stamped, 54
inches long, 18 inches wide,
stamped on both ends, 60c.
Art materials furnished at
lowest prices. Stamping done
ou short notice.
Mrs. Kate Power,
T. JULIAN AND BULL BTRLEXS.
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4G LA UN MID ST., SAVANNAH, GA„
MANUFACTUBKR OF
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AND
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The only house using machinery in
doing work.
I.stimulus for city or rnnntry work
promptly furnished.
Ajrent for Ihe celebrated Swedish
Metallic Paint.
T/UtSlO.
THE ST. JAMES.
JA( KSONVILLE, FLA.
CAPACITY, 500.
The larve*t, t#t known and boat equlppod
bouse la Florida.
J. K. CAMPBELL.
Proprietor.
NEW HOTEL TOG All,
(Formerly St. Murk’s.)
Ncwnan Street, near P.av. Jacksonville, Fla.
'I'HK niwi eemrnl bouse in the cilv, n ar
1 I’oat Office, Street car* and all Fen iea.
N<i and elegant furniture. F.loetrlc lieils,
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JOHN B I’OUM, Proprietor.
S. A. UP ON, Manager.
Leon hotel,
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M. L. OKI,' !SHY, • - Manager.
WINTER REPORT.
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ThisclmjrtDf Unc!i Hot*‘l lias all tho modern
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Kales; s*2 50 to $ 1 per duy. so cial terms hy
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DUB* a *f?at \ KN HOrsK
p. pular hotel u now j ruvided with a
PasMoiger Elevator only -me m tho
citvi and lias been remodeled and newly fur
nished. Tiie nr-ipriefor, ''ho by recent’ pur
chase is also the on ner of the estabiinhuoMir.,
si ares neither p tins n response in tiie enter
tainment of his frnesis * Tho pair of
Florida visitors is < arncatly invited, ihe
t • b e of the Screven House h supplied with
every luxurv tnat tho market* at homo or
abroad can afford.
MARSHALL HOUSE,
S WANNA H, G \.
(1 EO. D. HODGES, Proprietor. Formerly
JT of the Metropolitan Hotel, New York,
and the Grand Union, Saratoga Springs,
Location central. Ail p u*U of the city aud
places of inierest access!hie by street c rs
constantly * tin* doors. > ccia in
ducements to those vioitiug tlie city for busi
ne-n or plo.'Mir''.
THE MORRISON HOUSE,
One of the Largest Bearding Houses
in tnc Mouth
HAVING been newly titled up, affords
pleasant, rooms good board, with pure
Artesian Water, ai prices to suit those wish
ing regular, transient or table aceo nnoo<la
ti ns Northeaat corner aud
Drayton streets, opposite Marshall House.
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Tho lending S”. Shoe
of tho world. MUeoi _ -Jr
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itoek, and equal, if noc superior, to the $8 slioei
ulvertiscd by ether firms. Wo Invite a personal
nsnection and comparison before purchasing.
• SHOE FOR HOYS. Same styles s the
13 shoe. Carefully and substantially nia ! c, 3ylib
md unequalled as a schcol shoe. ' If any of the
Uovo cannot be baa at your dealer’s,send addreaf
fa postal to W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Muss.
* FORSAKE BY
BYCIi lifSOH.,
17 Whitaker street, Savannah, Oa.
©rtrntHl (Trr;tm.
A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A iOY FOREVER.
DB. T. FSLIZ OOEAUD’S
Orieatal Cream, or Magical BeantiSer,
Rrmov-. Tn, Maniac
tfi mi 0 Fr.<*klea, Moth I'kUilM, Hoik
rj jgymfV *•) *lin die Moo u 4
•oc S fV** l rr#r T Clem.lt on uAntj,
“■ "* _ Ij* ft,'*'''k.& vF Ml<> dtlwiilJ*. Il feu
IL J Jm ? o j£s' IKM4 ihe loot nf .■ y*r. AS 4
—i *• tATtt^U
Kk 3? 5 3 afc x /A *u*. it to Im
I a? W?
■y m ® ligy ij uli. Anwa
Bfij * <"i"iotorffiic |
j. '£t'j I>r. L
JlT\. c_ -V-a 9[ i A. -A.rer aoll to
da 5% fa'/ * ift<fr * f *•
V x c(L'**“ ■* n
J rortf. (W
/ Oil if oM
v/ botu; oil) IUI
0* UMitfto, Ifr.( II #TO rj 'lay Alu Cndfo Hnhtflo (ntn ■jporSuoM
hair oiihoi:>. ,R r ro th. •- n
FER D. T. HOPKINS. Manager, 4! Boatf
Bret. N. Y.
For tola by an T>ru**l-# om 4 la*y Oa-v'j ikrovXoaA %0
•Mki I*Cm ui UT * buo TahogMa
UNIMH4(WMI4|mf<I Ao aao
gooD procncto.
Forest Oily Hills.
Preparkd Stock F|>or> for
Horses, Mules, Milch Cows
and Oxen. Made out of pure
grain. Guaranteed Sweet
and Nutritious.
BfflilflayMs& Elton
iUc!)tnrra.
J. W. TYWAm,
Engineer nn'd Mnehinlst,
SAVANNAH. Oi
Cor. Wwt Broad mt<l lortiifn St,.
A LI- km't.v' Markinoi). Holler*, etc., an a, to
and repaired. Steam Pumhs. tovernora, |
aad JUiam and Water Fitting* ol all
kind* tor Mil..
IDtrsmi.
KIESLING’S NURSERY. 1
Hull'll BLUFF KOAD.
IJI.ANTS, ItOUtjUKTS. I)Er*IUN, CUT
FLOW UK- liroiaoed to order, leave
order;, ut Davla Ilro.’, cor nor Bull aud York :
*ueeUi. 'leiotiiiouccaLUi )•
(rintitina. _j
Siylisfi Hi Ms
TO ORDER.
WE reprosent two of the lending Northern
houies, who furnish suns to order fcom
m c hu in • an and \V E U A RANT K K E VERY
,sI jx T i KI V or no sale. Cull and bco the
e.egiiut lino of bainplo?i wo have to tdiow.
Military (Irie s a Spscialty!
Wo can refer to six of our own mintary
companies for whom we furnish uuiforms.
Flue Dress Shirts to Order frpm
Measure. Fit (Juarauleed.
WE ARE SOLE AGENT FOR
Dunlap’s Fine Hats
And the Celebrated
NASCIMTO FLEXIBLE HAT.
A foil line of SCARFS, TIE A, HANDKER
CHIEFS, E. A W. COLLARS and LUFFS, at
For the Coming Season.
rpo (hose who am In the habit of placlns
1 EARLY ORDERS FOR CLOTHING,
c announce the receipt of Samples ol our
Fine
Suitings,
Coatings and
Trouserings,
which will he M A OR TO OUDER In style to
suit the inob 1 fasiiuioutt. We guarantee
Correct Styles.
Perfect Fit mid
Thorough Wortmanship,
and bespeak a call for inspection.
Our Spring ami Summer Stock •
OF
Clothes, Furnishings & Hats
la now In active process of manufacture, and
will soon bo ready for exhibition, and will he
all that can be Ueairea a* to ELEGANCE OF’
ALFA RE L.
k FALK & SI.
JnuPiuarr, (fftt
HARDWARE!
Avery’s Plows,
Dixie “Boy” Plows.
Steel Shapes of all kinds.
Cultivators & Horse Iloes.
—FOB SALK BY
Palmerßros.
EDWARD LOVELL & SONS,
If :> Broughton and 138-140 State streets,
DKALEK3 IN—
General Hardware,
Plows and Steel Shapes,
Agricultural Implements,
Hubs, Spokes and Itims,
Bar, Band and Hoop Iron,
Turpentine Supplies.
jJrvtiltjrr®.
William Ravknkl, /’resident.
gTONO PHObPH/U’K COMPAJfY
CHARLESTON, S. U
Established 1870.
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS.
SOLUBLE GUANO( UigSy ainmoniateil).
DISSOLVED BONE.
ACID PHOSPHATE.
AsH ELEMENT.
FLOATS.
GERMAN KAINIT.
HIGH GRADE KICK KKRTILIZF.R.
COTTON SEED MEAL.
COTTON SEED HULL ASUEB.
Office, No. 12 Broad Street.
All orders promptly filled:
11, M. MEANS, Treasurer.
IIIH! bTy a mmom a t e and
Trucit Farmers’ Special Giaoo.
The higboat grade complete Manure known.
FOR BALK BY
The Wilcox & Gibbs Guano Cos.
SP.tiuio tid •il.
i865. CiiHIS. IVIURHHY. 1865.
House, Niini A Ornanental I’uinlmtc
l-A.\Ei UTED nently and wlih dlaputcti.
J 'j Fslnta, Oil", Vi.rn’ii-bss, Briiaiie*. Window
Glstaai.stc., etc Em imut.e lurnit-hed on h|>-
, lichUod. Corner Uoiigrcaa and Drayton
Mtreei*. rear .1 Christ Church.
JOHN C. butler!
Will IK LEAD-, COLORS. OllA, L VSS,
VARNISH. KTw.; Rl. M’Y MIXED
p.unth; kailkoad. stkamkr am*
MILLfeUPPL lies, 8 ASH ICH.DOORS. BLINDS
And BUILDERS'U It DW A UK, Sole Alien t
fnrG* OltOlAl-l WK.CALCINKUPLAHTEIL
CEMENTS. II AIK, ami LANO I’LABTKR.
G UUiULcr Street* bAVituunli, tin.
Sumrnfr (RddDb.
~THESE
WARM DAYS
JUSTIFY US *
In announcing that we have now in itocl,
the beat makes of
Icb Cream Freezers,
Water Coolers,
FLY FANS, ETC.
Silva & Son.,
CHINA AND GLASSWARE,
I 30 BffOUCHTON STREET.
Apicfltiiral Implement liBA
Noa. b'3 and '.9.> St. Julian and 20)and30i
Congrco* htreeta, manufacturer of
and uett.er in
Flows ana PIo vy Materials of all Kinds,
' ' |, #
I
SULKY PLOWS: Melklc’* celebrated Blua
Gras".
HARROWS; Thomas’ Smoothing, Scotch,
Revolving, Ilium nrtiiud Adjustable Harrow*.
MOWERS AND REAPERS: Johnson and
John P. iMenv’s mak s.
IIAY RAKES: Edmiston & Waddell’s fine
makes.
RICE DRILLS: Hoosier Drill Company’s
ate-d. rr es.
• Ul/riVArORS AND HORSE HOES:
Planet, Jr., and Parish makes.
CORN MILLS: Greene’s and Nordyke A
M a noon's parent*.
Engine*. Hay and Cotton Press, Corn Shell
eis, cotton Planters, Mill Stones, ete.
GEO. W- PARISH
SAVA' N AH. GA.
CULTIVATORS!
'CHEAPEST AND BEST.
—FOR BALK BT—
WEE!) & CORVWELL
V dim unoro.
Tha Most Beautiful Sidewalk
in World.
The Most Durable anil Satisfactory,
THE PIKUCF. patent BTONE AND
mfrLHING COMPANY of Savannah,
Georgia, ere no* ready to take or lera for
8 do-'all,a. See the O.dagon Bb ck at the St
John's Chur, b—tho Ociagon Block Sidewalk
in white and blue—and Judge lor yourself.
The company are now reudv too ntractfor
laying the Pa eut 'Tiling, also the Curbing.
The com .nny are making all kinds of Stone
building Blocks in any s zo. shape or color—
Window Sill*, W indoiv Caps, ere.
THE PJiiUUE PAT ENT STONE
and
BUILDING COMPANY
OK SAVANNAH. GA ,
ll’ A 11N all parlies to not make, bny or age
il any articles protected by patent and
owned by us.
Property owners about to lay sidewalk*
should •■(• If those who are to lay such oßre
the proper license.
F. J. FALLON, '
Builder and Contractor?
22 Drayton Street, Savannah.
I ESTIMATES promptly furnished for build*
j In* of any das*
Datj utiD siam.
F JtiJ Kl> MKAL.
A fresh lot Jost received.
ALSO
Keystone Mixed Feed
HAY AND CRAIN.
BY
G.S.McALPIN
A. 15. lILI*L,
WAREHOUSEMAN
—and
Commission Merchant.
DEALER IN •
Flour, Hay, Corn, Oats, B'an, Etc*
w HDLEsAL* DEPOT Tor Grain and Pro-
V visions. Choice lot Seed Rye. Rust Proof
Seed Oat*. Fresh MKALand GRIST in white
sacks a l wavs on hand. Special peine*large tot*.
Warehouse, No, 4 Wadley street, on lineo.
K. U. Office, RS Bay.
Sam*.
m YUUH liiiUGER FOB
TvToisrir] aiJN xji i>rje:
JNLCftS CCAHINO OUPt PATtNYtD TAAOI-MAAK* A J
w op and. "T
BACON. JOHNSON & CO.,
fl.vti it fhin .lock o t I
Oak. Pino, I Ixlti wd mid Klndlluff I
c. I.H>rl.y aim tfait ilronit urtjot* A
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