OCR Interpretation


Savannah morning news. [volume] (Savannah) 1868-1887, April 08, 1887, Image 5

Image and text provided by Digital Library of Georgia, a project of GALILEO located at the University of Georgia Libraries

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82015137/1887-04-08/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 5

|, wG GUI SlM,tv AX’S CAIiIj.
1 ton ' S Champion Pay* His Ke-
W* 1 ’ ~„h;is to 'he President.
I from the yaw. York World.
■ Washington. April 4. Among tbe
■ , , .insiied visitors at the White House
was col. John L. Sullivan, who
t 0 pay his respects to President
■i v 'a: and. Col. Sullivan and his man
■ ' •'het fly, were driven trom their
in a" onc’n coupe to the White
K‘u-e. arriflni thre at about 1:15 The
w( ,re his newest Prince Albert
■ ll ' w ,, 1, Its silk lapel facings showing
V . . ntlv under the bright April sun.
■T 1 .,. also the latest style of silk hat,
K,' was drawn a lew degrees out of
over the left eye. From tho outside
■ in col. Sullivan’s coat peeped tho
I ~t a linen handkerchief, with
I?,memos figures of horse-shoes about
BL si/' 1 of trade dollars.
I'n, minds of the .Massachusetts Colonel
■•ere incased In yellow dogskin gloves
Eta the prevailing black stitching at the
E, k As they were driven up the wind
■ "wav from the Pennsylvania avenue
E’-arco to the White House, Col. Sulll-
Ej w in> sat upon the left side of the
E m, graceluliv rested his light rm
t’ne back of the vehicle.
■ v ten the carriage reached a shady
■„ lt under the second great elm tree t ofc
Ense was stopped as if to give it a breatb
■L spell, when Col. Sullivan drew from
■U pocket in the most graceful number
It s aorse-sboe haudkerchlei and mopped
It e perspiration from his brow. The lolds
10l the handkerchiei were carefully rear-
Iranged and it was placed back in its orig
inal position, with perhaps a hall-dozen
l n(re horse-shoes exposed to view. The
ItoVse was again started, and a minute
lloneer and tile door to the White House
Itai! been r 'ached.
H *.. id ifA wtirii ot uti 1 1 in w n nil in _
■ c,, o |j tne portico were standing a mun-
Itei id persons, many of whom were prom,
■lunt and well-known public men,
li'iraiiiiig tbe arrival of the noted visitor.
1(1. Sullivan was the first to alight from
■t .. carriage, and was quickly lollowed by
Wlr. she. dy. As the two were about to
■ t ::er secretary liayard walked up the
Ip-; sand across the stone floor with con-
Itiderable haste and entered the door
■iluiosi at the same time. Secretary liay
■ (jinckiv recognized tpe champion and
H] Hied the btliors in taking a go and look at
Ki,u. The Premier bowed politely and
Htu-sed rurriedlv on to the stairs, which
re soon ascended, while Sullivan and his
Ictcnpamon passed on into tile Fast Par
■ l r wuere there were already 200 or .'IOO
■ un-n and women awaiting the coming of
Bite President.
■ iii| former occasions at the President’s
■ receptions the utmost silence [irevaiied
I when the time approached for the Preiji
■ jent to make his appearance, but to-day
■it was quite the opposite altera minute
lo two. Almost every one in tbe room
Binew of the presence of tne champion,
In no inimeiliap !y became of more interest
Itneui than the expected presence oi
■ tho President. Col. Sullivan took a mod-
Best p sition in the rear of the room, irn-
| mediately in front of tbe lile-sizc paint-
| lug of Martha Washington. As he stood
| l zing at tbe painting he asked bis man
| inter who the person represented in the
[picture was. Upon being told it was the
| wife of the first President, the young
|c lonel from Boston remarked:
| “it that is a good picture of her she
I was a daisy, hut there are many finer
I looking girls in Boston.” During this
I time a ring had been formed around him
I liy the interested spectators, which gave
I the colonel tue appearance of being very
I u'.ucii al home.
I Promply at 1:30 the double doors lead-
I In; Iroui the hall to the East lhoom were
opened, when the President appeared and
took his usual position. One by one the
crowd passed out alter shaking hands
with him. Col. Sullivan and his friends
remained in tbe rear to be presented to
the President in person alter the others
had gone. When the room was compara
tively empty Mr. .Sbeedy advanced and
t ok the President’s band, when be pre
sented Col. Sullivan in the following
manner:
“Mr. President, I want to introduce to
you John L. Sullivan, of Boston, the
champion pugilist ot the world. He
comes to pay his respects as one chant
pion to another.” Col. Sullivan ad
vanced and took the President’s hand.
"Well, Mr. Sullivan,” said the Presi
lent, “1 am glad to meet you. I have
heard of you a great many times. Vcou
are not as large a man as I expected to
see.” The President, however, showed
s gns of wincing as the champion pugil
is: give him the grip.
“Mr. President,” Sullivan responded,
“you are looking a great deal fitter than
I expected to find y u, judging from what
1 have seen in the papers.” Ho then
tve the President’s right arm a squeeze
mid added: "fou area little soft, though,,
sil l need a half dozen Turkish baths to
hit you in condition.” The President
then doubled his biceps and asked Sulli
van to “feel his muscie.” Sullivan did
* > with a patronizing air, but remarked
Ceprecatingiy;
• 1 am airaid you would hardly stay
four round*,” Sullivan then showed the
1 1'SKUnt an improvement in his “guard,”
so l remarked that he thought the Presi
dent should reduce his flesh.
' 1 ou ought to have a little go with me
tvtry morning for a month or so. That
wou.d i ut you in good condition to hand in
hove guys who travel up here every day
to bother you.”
Before taking his leave the champion
■xtended a cordial invitation to the Presl
d ut to witness hisexbibition in the even
!'>.'• 'Get off and come down,” said he.
1 w ill be glad to see you.” After get
jug on tue outside Sullivan remarked to
needy that he was very much taken
in the I resident and glad to bavo tho
•PPortumty of meeting him.
s,!in, 119 w,lUld on 'y pul a little more
uiliyun info his administration and
y.iock out | o t of the old office-holders,”
u < departing Colonel as he was
t rim 2 ?i et lnl0 I hl * Icarrlke. 1 carrl k e . “Be would
ihe good thiotf.”
* I KM A'l lON IN ALASKA.
Curious Custom*That Follow Death
—Why (he Bodies Burn Well.
i ' rort> th€ Alaska Free Frets.
Having !iad information the other flay
a ere mation to take place at the Indian.
1 ace, 1 went ru the beach to witneaa it,
, 1 I, * ,UDC t aiWHNIi waa known around
auneau a* Frank, and was formerly em*
imo'ir*v ,r\ M .? rtm Krot ' ’ Ure in the ca*
(* Jina “ D , C i l, ' rk ' ,lje “lockmnr,
lac' 11. 1 llou ' ,le cremation of one of
t'it huu. l . ia< ! ca!l"d .Jennie; both
to i T,'* ,enet *. ‘'“Vine died ol conaump
tiie ,„,i “•Burning service consisted of
laid, WI im re, ( J i ony , known * H
anii,n.r Xit . “i'vwy- customary
Alaska , l | D *,u bu(l,Hn ' , of Sout-hcaateril
occasion or the death of
division * r l'he potlatch is a
di'Cetlsad'r^l vt>r ,en ‘l'oral vooda the
Win Vi.i l f l,} l,tve poasesaed, auch us
h,. r i, i„ii,!f ,y Goods, etc,, atnoiiff Ills or
‘“i unlivin' • ol!o, ' tlin K •**• Iho merits of
• individual case may justiiv.
lira vi /V of ~lu 1,1011111 '"F, which
Very i,,,1 lU , K ' *‘ nil ,0 l ‘*e Indian nnni
the and flrllll Ul “ order of
Hu. , lri " “ e**logistic dlacoiiraa by one|< f
b mi if l?|"’„'' hlcl J 1 bo,n delivei’ed by
• ltd 1,,,* Vl n .k N0 " "I' l -' l ** l - •* fallen up
• ,ri,i th ," rest in a nmnoi.nnoi.a
aril, ( | kI 1 * 1 ! ’ 11,8 1,1,1 •“•“ I* thou super*
r.hJ r “" , ' ,h ' v *'heral)le buck, who
"“It ***" •“<> ‘*o
hive em ;. UMr ’ un,il 1,11 lb <‘ old men
Cl niei. i 1 ,P .'. r 1 "d t viil ua I say. The
*' ! ’li *lll. l* *l’ o:nn I'V Ihunaptiik the floor
I'ertorl „? “I'' on u dnnn. Tnis
tw. ~ kon* over for a <!a> or
T ‘ " botlach Uk< pi„ ( .e.
* of the deceaacd Is C rt
foetL aim I n,l ‘ uin,f ' w<m '“ •tom split
* u to ahatarauc* ng.iaiiijus I
I coarse straw. They then convey the body
I to the place ol cremation,which is always
I tbe beach at high-water mark. Ou
; this occasion they had on hand for tne
purpose of burniug the two bodies about
[ one cord of wood, some split and soma iu
small logs. First a platform, of small
logs is laid a foot irom the ground and a
space of 4 inches between each log. Ou
this pyre, which was about 7 feet long bv
o feet wide, the two bodies were placed,
about 3 feet apart, and around them a
miniature log hut was built to a Height of
4 feet. The inclosed space Is then carefully
filled in with spilt wood and tine kind
ling. And now everything being in readi
ness, the fire is lighted from the bottom.
Ihe native diet being chiefly salmon, an
oily substance, the bodies oi the Indians
seem ro contain a considerable amount ot
as they burn very readily. While tbe
c rpses were charring, the friends of the
deceased continued to poke them with
long sticks, occasionally raking the frag
ments oi burnt flesh from the tire and
wrapping them in skins, blankets, etc.
Returning from the cremation of the two
natives, 1 heard singing In a native house,
and dropped in to see what was going on.
There was quite an assemblage of na
tives squatted around a small Are in the
cemre oi the room, and at one end of the
house the corpse of an old woman lay,
covered with sheet and blankets. All
around the room was strung with musiiu,
pieces of calico and a few olankets; also
three umbrellas, etc., all of which will he
distributed among the relatives and near
iriends. Then the process described
above will be gone through with.
HlrDlrai.
SYMPTOMS.
Loss of Appetite. Bad Breath, Bowels cos
tive, Headache, with dull, heavy sensation;
Rain under shoulder-blade, often mistaken
for Rheumatism; Fullness after eating; dis
inclination to exertion of body or mind; Irri
tability of temper; Low Spirit- (or the Blues);
Restlessness, and a sensation of having left
undone something which ought to have been
done; Weariness; Dizziness; dots before the
eyes; highly-colored urine; fitful dreams;
Constipation, etc.
Not all, but always some of these symptoms
indicate want, of action of the Liver, and for
a safe, robablo remedy that caa do no harm
and never known to fail
Lreoulatorl
PREP Alt ED BY
J. I?. ZEILTN & CO , Philadelphia. Pa.
A 5 vs tniti! r aijJmpic memo.
Apiciiltml ImplfiieiiTlis£
Nos. If3 and 195 St. Julian and 200 and2ol
Congress streets, manufacturer of
and dealer in
nows and Plow Materials of all Kinds.
aMSltsw#
QULKY PLOWS: Meikle’s celebrated Blue
O Crass
H A ItitOWS: Thomas' Smoothing, Scotch,
Revolving, Diamond and Adjustable Harrows.
MOWERS AND REAPERS: Johnson and
John P. Many’s makes.
NAY RAKES: Edmiston A Waddell's fine
makes.
RICE DRILLS: Iloosier Drill Company’s
atest makes.
CULTIVATORS AND HORSE HOES:
Planet, Jr., and Parish makes.
CORN MILLS: Greeae’s and Nordvke A
Harmon’s patents.
Engines, Hay and Cotion Press, Corn Shell
ers. Cotton Planters, Mill Stones, etc.
GEO. W. I^RISH
SAVANNAH, GA.
CULTIVATORS!
CHEAPEST AM) BEST.
—FOR SALE BY
WEED & CORNWELL
Saoli, JJoovij, iUmto, <gt.
HALIFAX RIVER
LDIERMILLS
JOHN CAWLEY, Prop’r.
DAYTONA, - • - FLA.
Every variety of Rough and
Dressed Lumber, Sashes,
Shingles, Moldings and
Scroll Work furnished.
In connection with the Mill
is also a Machine and Repair
Shop. Address
JOHltf MANLEY,
j DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Jttacftinrrq.
J. W, TYNAWI
Engineer and Machinist,
SAYAXNAfI. 9A
For. West Dread and Indian St*.
ALLkiadaaf Machinary. Roller*,sto., mada
and ropairert. Steam Piusim, UovarnonL
lt.ieetera, aad Steam tad Water rlttingaof all
kiiida for
Itm uiovh*.
McDonough & Ballantyne
irou Founders,
Machinist*, Boiler*
makers anil Blacksmiths.
Manutauturarsor
STATIONARY ami J'OKTAHLH KNUINKA.
VKRTIDAI. UNDKU-RUMNEK ami
TOl* KUNMJCUCORN MILLS.
SIIOAII MILLS ami I'ANHon band and for
Hale, u't of tke boat material and luwcut
price,. Alan Agent* for the Chicago Ttr* aug
Spring Wo rka, and tha impruved Rbbarouta
Reitar reader.
All ajoaia uromntlr attended to.
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1887.
ECZEMA ERADICATED.
ftenttameiK-Xt'* fa* to ay that I think lam ontfrM? well of oezoms ttter firtn*
tasen Swift's Spotlit I hvo been troubled with it very little in my face, since last spring.
At the bcLilniiiuc ut ccld weather lust fall it made a slight appearance, but went away and
Lae never rciomo-L S. S. 8 no doubt broke it up: at least it put my system in good condition
ana l pot well, (t also benefited my wife greatly in case of sick headache, and made a perfect
cuxe of a oreuing out on mv little three year old daughter last summer.
\\ atkinsville, Ga., Feb. 13, 1386. f Kjsy. JAMES V. M. MORRIS.
Treatise m Elooa and Skin Diseases mailed free.
Tun Swut Srncmo Cos., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
Artificial Stonr.
THE PEIRCE PATENT
Sis ii Bill Cm?
OF
SAVANNAH, - GEORGIA.
lIV coil I ? OKA r rEI).
CAPITAL STOCK - $lOO,OOO
This company deals in a superior quality of Artificial
Stone for all building purposes. Buildings, Pavements, Curb
ing, Bridges, Railroad Culverts, Sewers, Chimneys and Orna
mental Tops ; Stone Trimmings for Brick Buildings, Side
walks of all kinds, Cemetery Lots, Garden Walks, Flower
Vases, Corridors aud Office Floors, Well Curbing, Fire-proof
Vaults for Banks and Private Residences, Fountain Bases —
in fact this composite Stone may be applied to any of the
uses made of Brick or Stone, and is protected by letters
patent. Our Stone is fire-proof and in case ot fire the walls
will not crack like Brick, Natural Stone or Marble, of
we can give sufficient proof. This Building Stone has been
recommended by the Florida Medical and Surgical Journal.
Which says : “This Stone will be the building material of
the future, lor aside from its beauty, it fulfills all the requisites
of sanitation and economy.
Our Blocks have the air space in the Block for circula
tion of air.
County Right to Manufacture James S. Peirce’s
Patent Artificial Stone
Jn the State of Georgia. For Sale at the Company’s Office.
The invention has for its object the production of an
Artificial Stone and Patent Block suitable for all Building
and Paving purposes, possessing strength and hardness, and
free from effiorcsceuce when exposed to the air ; and it con
sists in the combination of ingredients particularly described
in the letters of patent. This Stone is formed into Blocks
in any suitable molds and of any desirable color or shape,
and can be made at any place where good, clean, silicious
sand or broken rock is to be had.
See the Blocks being put in the walls of the new Epis
copal Orphan Home now beiug erected in tliis city, Jefferson
and Libertv streets.
We warn all parties to not make, buy or use articles!
protected by patent and owned by us.
Call at the Factory, foot of William street, or at the
Company's Office, 116i Bryan street, and leave your order
for Sidewalks, ete.
FOR SALE!
State and County to Manufacture
James S. Peirce’s
Patent Artificial Stone!
Minnesota. Florida. Louisiana and Georgia Sold.
My invention lias for its-object the production of an
Artificial Stone and Patent Block suitable for all Build
ing and Paving purposes, possessing strength and hardness,
and free from efflorescence when exposed to the air ; and it
consists in the combination of ingredients particularly de
scribed in the letters of patent. This Stone is formed into
Blocks in any suitable molds and of any desired color or
shape, and can be made at any place where good, clean,
silicious sand or broken rock isto be had.
JAMES S. PEIRCE,
At the Company’s Oflice, 110a Bryan street, or at the
Factory, foot ot William street, Savannah, Ga.
L. A. McCarthy,
Succeaaor to Cbaa. K. WakeUel’l
Plumber. Gas
(k turnin',l ntree®H t .’fAkiivjUii.v.i A.
J viuyiliukc II I. t* • 1
Smift’o JSncrific.
THADB
MARK.
W. I>. DIXON,
UNDERTAKER,
ItKAbkh IK Abb KIND* OK
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
M Dull at. Kealdoaro W Liborty t,
SAVANNAH. Ua.
Rubber Hose
—for—
Garden and Street
Sprinkling,
With Patent Nozzles
All Sizes and Prices.
HOSE REELS
AND
SPRINKI.ER SS.
FOR SALE BT
Joim Nicolson, Jr.,
0 aud 82 Drayton Street,
SAVANNAH, - - GA.
RUBBERHOSE
1,000 FEET
RUBBER HOSE.
Garden Hose Reels
Magic Spray Nozzles.
—FOR SALE LOW BY
Palmer Bros.
9>oiu*o anß mi*.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO BUY
WhitePincDoors,
Sash, Blinds, Moldings Etc.
11l A V K a very large and well assorted stock
of ALL BIZKS of the above goods, which
1 am now offering at verv low prices, in con
nection with my usual immense stock of
Paints, Oils, Railroad, Steamboat
and Mill Supplies, Lime, Plaster,
Hair, Clement, Sewer Pipe, Hie. 1
Call and get ray prices on above good,; also,
on Builders’ Hardware in all its branches.
hlute, Iron and Wooden Mantels,
all styles and prices.
(irates complete, or any separate
pieces.
Agent for F. BECK A Co.’s Plain and
Decorative Wail Paper*. Etc,
fir Notick. —House, Fresco and Sign
Painting a Specialty
ANDREW HANLEY.
JOHN G. BUTLER.
\AT HITE LEADS, COLORS. OILS, GLASS,
TV VARNISH. ETC.; READY MIXED
PAINTS; RAILROAD, STEAMER AND
MILLS L PP LI KS.SASH ES, DOORS. B LIN DS
an<l BUILDERS’ HARDWARE. Sole Aguet
foi GKORGI ALIM E.CALCINLD PLASTER,
CEMENTS, HAIR, and LAND PLASTER,
t Whitaker Street, Savammli, (.a.
1865. CHRIS.MURPHY, 1865.
House, Sigu & Ornuiueutal Paintin';
IXXECUTKD neatly and with dispatch.
U Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Window
(tlapses, etc., etc Ss'imatee furnished on ap
plication, Corner Congress and Drayton
streets, rear ol Christ Church.
}a| aiX CSrmn.
Keystone Mixed Feed
A freah lot just arrived; also,
Hay, Grain, Bran, Cow Peas, Etc..
—BY
G.S. McALPIN
172 HA V STREET.
A. B. HULL,
WAREHOUSEMAN
AND
Commission Merchant.
DEALER IN
Flour, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc.
HOLESA Lit DEPOT for Grain and Pro-
V V visions. < hoirc lot Seed Rye, Run Proof
Seed Oat*. Ereali ME Al. and GRIST in white
back nal way a on hand. Special price* large lot*.
WarehouHe, No. 4 Wadtay streat, onlineU,
K. B. Office, 88 Bay.
IHtrcmi.
PLANTS
OCR stock of Greenhouse and Bedding
Plant., Evergreen . Rose..etc., f*r spring
planting I* unusually large. Catalogue free.
Address P. BERtKMANS,
Prultland Niirerie,
Augusta, Ua.
KIESLING’S NURSERY.
WRITE liLUKr ROAD.
I >LA NTS, BOUWUKId, AIEttIGNS, CUT
X FLOWERS liirriisnejfifD oistor. Leave
order, at Davi. Pro- . eerfKr Ban lad York
street*. Xelenhone califiS.
gl>hlfßCtmMJ.
P. J. FALLON,
Builder and Contractor.
22 lirarUiriHirepxjrSuvftuufth.
I ,"NTI M Ari/ pr<M#tg t ruished for bull*-
JJeoto ana Sttora.
SHOES SLAUGHTERED I
In order lo reduce our immense slock of roods, we inangiirate a series
of BA IU.AIN SALES, and have placed on ohr CENTRE TABLES the follow,
iur lota of irenuine bargains:
1/ AT \T i \ 1 __. Bl>a P> r Laillei' Kid Hand-sewed Opera Slippers, full
JV." A Av ""• I. leather lined,box lues, sold every where ut 75e, we offer at DUC,
1/Y r l'' IV/ i• 4RO pair, Cadies’ Kid Hand-sewed I.ace Oxfords, ruil f\rv
1 AN" f. leather lined, box tooa.sold every where at 51 25, wo offer at .*V/C
II AT "V ( V *> pairs Youths’ Olove-Graln Sewed Button Boots, with Sole
Jvf A Is V/. Leather I'ipß and all solid, regular price It 75, wea, ,y.
otferat $1 A),
I/ VI TV ( \ i_ _ _ 150 pairs l.udlPs’ 18. Thread Serge Tops.KidFoxed Polish Ju <or
jV/ 1 AN ' /, T. all solid,sizes Is to 7s, regular price 51 75, we reduce l 0),
If NT Y/ ) ___B4 pairs Ladles’ '.S-Tliread Serge Tops, Kid Koxea Button,
dvr Ail Y/. *. worked button holes, all solid, sizes Is to 7s, regular JV-. ra
price 13 25, wo otter at qpl OU.
If VP V( A I! __„sß pairs Misses’ Pebble Goat Button Boots, best oak leather soles
A/ L AN . l). ia splendid school shoe), all solid, never sold at sr A
less thuu }2, we offer at rfp JL Ov
1/ VP 'VTf A 7 pairs Misses’ Curaeoa Kid Button Boots, worked <&) rv/v
A/ 1 IN' f. I. button holes,box toes, always sold at 52 75, reduced toTpfs UU.
1/ \T \ T /V O ...112 pairs I.allies’ Bcßt Curaeoa Kid 4-Hutton Newports, box toes,
1 !.> V/, 0. Morrow's Now York make, sold heretofore at 511, wcon AA
reduce to UU
1/yp "VIA (I ._47 pairs Ladles’ Curaeoa Kid and Pebble Goat Button Boots, an
jKP JL AN ‘ "• if. assorted lot, manufactured bv sailor, Lewln A Cos. and Zeigler
Bros., of Philadelphia, always sold at 12 75 and 58, ©rt no
we offer any in tins lot at CT'A.
We have four store lots on our Centre Tables, among thorn l.alrd, Sohober A Mitchell’s
French Kid Button Moots, sold heretofore at 56 50, reduced to 55, and a lot of Zelgler’s Ladies’
and MU.es' Laced and Hutton Boots, a miscellaneous lot of broken sues, all at the uniform
price ot 51 50.
Early callers will have the best cholco.
JOS. ROSENHEIM & CO.,
i:ir imonGTiTQN street.
Blow*.
""ITSELF!
The Charter Oak Stove
With the Wonderful Wire-Gauze Oven Door
■ V.- Ste*. o|M,ratl,,gln •
fe ' Of n Kir.
Y E LOW ZcRO • /•
:'r V : . ■ l ooking Stove ha* ever
,'i J ¥■:,> been put to and proT*
equal to the test, show.
.JStourh the oven door la
-S' fun or holes, the oold air
SnKS' • - ii'-. A' V ■•■v* striking with great force
the wiregauze
A ln the oven door has no
,-sy , - •'v lion of the Stove oroool
• - mBL&. the oven as ono would
~ l# iF pleased to explain this
C-AISL, .Jfr.Jifril; r Wifi • ' more thoroughly to those
• who will favor ue with
, -r-T.- '--stfo | It, a call, or furnish Ulus.
•' "u. A*. , : trated ciroular on appU*
- ' - cation to
CLAKKIS & DArVIKLS,
Guards Armory, Cor. Whitaker and York Street*. Savannah. Da.
8 I L YERWA REf
IlaviuK just returned from New York, where I neieeted the latest deslficns and styles. 1 cdj
now exhibit th JLargi'st arui liuuiUotnest Stock of
Solid Silvcnvare, Diamonds and Fine Jewelrjj
ever opened up in this city.
In addition, our stock has been replenished ln every department with artioles suitable fAH
Wedding Presents, Hume Furnishing and oilier purposes. Also, a dazzling display of DuH
mondi. Watches, Ctiains, Charms. Clocks, .lewnlrv, and, in fact, overruling that you woußß
expect to Hud in the Leading Jewelry House of the city. The High Standard of our Goods®!
well known, and a moderate and reasonable prollt is all that we expect or ask—therefore, ty>
Fancy Prices. Any artiole In our Extensive and Varied Stock will compare with any similar
articles to be fouiuf in any respectable Jewelry House any where—aot excepting the largest
cities ot the country. We invite a call aud inspection.
Send for our Illustrated Catalogue.
157 BROUGHTON STREET.
M. STERNBERG.
I DIAMONDS .1=
Dattto.
ASK YOUR OHOGER FOE
IND BREAKFAST BACON
NONU OUNUINH
INLISB iUAMiNU OUR PATENTED TRADE-MARKS, A UQMT
METALLIO BEAL, ATTACHED TO THt BTRINO, AMU
THE •TRIPS? CANVAS, AS IN THt OUT.
flour.
HECKER’S
Self - Raising
FLOUR
Makes Delicious Biscuit.
Rt>ad.r for Instant IJm.
JWritrai.
MfOKME!
?boae VITAI.ITT If fAiling. Drain pH AINKI* and
AU AUmioi Power PRCII A I'VKkCv Will
fnjr MnO a perfect and reliable cure In the
ton all rreucli P/iy.'lcU.k ami bcintf rapidly ant
(onMatnlly intredumj ucro. All weak,ulmt loam. aui
ralmt in,Maptly checked. THKATI-tK.
W *■' '**> 'l<*l eiulurwmm.u, Ac.. KM KK. Cui.rul'.
Rf AAII Vvioor
MVPTOVIHMR P riu4in tbr l-* Crsiax
■H wummmm ”r;, mat
**!•. i
|
MEW HOTEL TOCNI,
(Formerly St. Mark’s.)
Newnan Street, near Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.
f |' IIE most central house in the city, n-ar
X Post Office, Strcat Cars and all Ferries,
New and elegant furniture. Electric Bells,
Baths, Etc. *1 60 to IS per day.
JOHN II TOGNI, Proprietor.
8. A. UPSON, Manager.
LEON HOTEL;
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
M. L, OULENBY, - - Hana(f*r.
WINTER RESORT.
Open December to May. Daily Ratee-*4.
Hotel San Salvador*
St. George Street,
ST. AUGUSTINE, - FLORIDA
IjMRST-CLASS in all its appointment^
1 This new and elegant concrete hotel is
handsomely furnished throughout, and ha*
ail the modern improvements—electric bells,
gas, batlin and perfect sanitary system.
Rates; $2 60 10 *8 per day. Special terms.bg
the week or month. G. N. PAPY, Proprietor.
Hotel Vendome.
BROADWAY AND 41ST STREET. NEW
YORK.
AMERICAN PLAN. Centrally located.
All the latest improvements. Cuisine
and service unexcelled.
Special rte lo permanent guest*.
DUB’S SCREVEN BOUSE.
THIS popular hotel is now provided with A
Passenger Elevator (the only one in the
cityi and baa been remodeled and newUy fur
uished. Thu proprietor, who by reeeiiYpur
chase ie also the owner of the sstabllsbßient,
spares neither pains norexpense In the enter
tainment of his guests. Th* patronagli of
Florida visitors Is earnestly invited. *
table of the Scroven House is supplied v
every lii'nrv that the markets at lieinj
abroad can afiord. "c**
MARSHALL HO l
SAVANNAH, GA.
G 1 F.O. I>. HODGES. Proprietor. Forn,
I of the Metropolitan Hotel, New \
and the Grand Union, Saratoga SpiiThl
Location central. All parts of the city ,V*
place* of interest accessible by street aJN,
coustautlv passing the door*. Special In'
duceincula lo tboae visiting th* city for busi
ness or pleasure.
THE MORRt ON HOUSE*
One of the Largest guarding House*
In the S^6h.
AFFORDS pleasant south rooms, good
board with pure Arieaiau Water, al
price* to suit those wishing table, regular or
transient accommodations. Noribeast cor
ner Broughton and Drayton alreets, opposite
Marshall U nite.
jßtltmi.
I CURE FITS!
Wfeea I MX cut I do (Mil tnmrnm * ely to **■■ *•
, WRkw aud tun hvo ILeoi !•( tru •<*•. I im— lml
r*| oil. I kvi undo Ilia 4>*MM of fill, Wf
•MTcIY or FALLIN* IHCKNto* * life I**l aiMf. I
oir%at mr t*or t® •*• *• worat iim. Imml
>t httt tM* fail •‘I l no r* .mi for mat •* roooirtac <
i9l. Hood ot omco lot a HorUoo op • Yrao Suttlo of ;
ttflMMa ro4f Ulfl **• and fuoA OIH, It mBI 7M
wtwißi foe •l lot. Ad I •*** eoro ...
AMf m lm U. t. sour* ill Vmrt 9L. !• Yurt
5

xml | txt