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HARRISON’S MARKETING.
all. provisions bought by a
government officer.
a Fad Amowr Washington People to
Cos Their Own Market Buying Devol
opß a Romance —Justice Horace
Gray’s Rule for Selecting Game.
(Copyright 1880.)
Washington, April 20.—50 it is said that
p gjjde it Harrison complains that he ba3
cot tad a tender steak since he entered upon
occupation of the white house! and that he
in-GO ZIEMAN, WHITE HOUSE STEWARD.
lon T s for the plain, unor lamental fare of
bis Indianapolis home! And many tender
hearted people, whose democratic tenden
cies are apparently more pronounced than
tbeir appreciation of humor, have lifted up
their voices at once in sympathy for the
Pro-ideut’s gastronomic orgausand in praise
of his modest tastes. If the President act
ually said, as be is reported, that ho had
n t had tender steak since he left Indian
apolis, it was undoubtedly m ant as an ex
ecutive witticism; for is this not Lent? And
will not good church people, of whom Mr.
Harrison isthe most distinguished,nocexcep
ting tiie Postmaster General, begin upon the
dav this letter is printed to taste once m ire
with ut restraint the food that is developed
tv, skillful preparation of the ribs, flank*.
Fhoul tors and hoofs of cattle and sueep and
swine!
When the President said he had not eaten
tender steak since March 4, ho doubtless
h;;(i in his mind the famous essay on tie
frogs of Ireland. Doubtless he enjoyed a
dignified laugh in bis Prince Albert sleeve
at” bis own humor and at the expanse of
sensitive Washington butchers who might
not see the joke.
In all probability, however, he never said
anything of the kiud, for if he likes steak
ho could have had it on the non-fasting days
id pie toons quantity, cut thick and juicy
and of a tender quality; for not only are
there markets in this city, but
there is a skilled market man also, who, if
be fails to suit the desires of the present in
cumbents of the white house, will score bis
first failure in many administrations.
This marketman is on governmental pay.
It is not great, but suffices, aud duties
are not onerous though, of course, they re
quire the exercise . f good judgment based
on experience. Simultaneously with the
report of the President’s remarks O ' steaks,
comes the anounceinent that Mrs. Harrison
ooi’templates doing the marketing herself.
Although this report also may be attributed
to ignorance or dullness, it is not quite as
absurd as the firs*y for Mrs. Harrisou would
not find good c mpany lacking if she should
venture into the central market building
where all provision buying of any conse
quence is done. There is in fact something
of a fad rampant in high circles for going
to market. To just what this may be at
tributed is uncertain, as it always is in the
case f fads. Perhaps the ladiot enjoy the
sight and aroma of fresh meats and vege
tables, \ ig cheeses, tubs of butter and south
ern fruits. Perhaps also they like to go to
t; cential building because there they can
purchase t e most elegant produc
tions cf the florist’s business, for several
stalls are located there whore nothing but
fl wers and potted plants are exposed for
sale. Just who the ladies are who will rep
resent the present administration in per
se cal marketing cannot be said st present
but during the past four years Mrs. Vilas
was almost a daily visitor at the stalls.
Mrs. Logan also does her own marketing
when tie is living in town.
Justice Horace Gray, of the supreme
c mrt, always insists upon do.ng errands of
this i aturo himself. Justice Gray, by the
"■ay, is an unusually conspicuous ligure in
Washington wherever he g es, on account
of tis great Light. He must be at least 6
feet 4 inches tall, and many a smile basVieeu
caused at rect tions where tie has met men
of small stature, line President Harrison
himself. Tue effect of their mutual greetr
inn is very much like a scene from a comic
opera. The justice is a keen expert on all
mutters pertaining to the market, especially
in tbe selection of game. It is raid at the
sta.o there that he wails oefore purchasing
a bird until tha feathers have begun to drop
out and fall upon the floor. Then it is ripe
and goes into h s basket at any price.
I i.e fancy for personal marketing ex
tends to the permanent society cf tbe town
rather that part of it which is. not di
rectly connected with the administration,
it ould be interesting to know how many
romances have developed out of the custom.
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Xs m Arwil
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pJrWrty-.J A {
‘7m/ r' ” M \
1I!H PRESIDENT HKCEIVIR JUDGE GRAY.
~„',’"B . at * ea 't one In mind. She was, of
f.,.". ‘' tß,l tifu!, and in every quality well
for a lociet. belle, or a heroine.
‘ ,ier mother to market one day,
F, •f ‘ n:l " 'lay. to market one day.
, i . 11 1 fans and the greens
J ; . **st po Times and ferir/
i.(,v mucla t 0 Pleaso in the stalls by the
Hi “. 1 by tb( ',way. one stall by the way,
, ; 1 smileard the guile
& joung butcher there !
*ll6'!’ ‘ iro PFl' K into poetry
i. “on., a °ve story. Well, she went
i'6L ' i a wonderful anti com*
b . \ ' jjiro to leant all about bou-e
--i:>’ '* '! "J‘ and by ilnreturuel to do
- ■ w . ~'’ "JK beraelf, just to relieve Iter
it i a . ‘ mamma. How patiently
I"r. , ’*'n ei 1,1 tell ," tender-loin st'alt front
6.1-s w '. i •' *•> to select peas from tur
tle irimar rri asoii'acy! The lessons
if w j ;" ,r " *° long that Rtamnta won
it | .*"• last, wlico thara wns no sense
kv, ',) "’® subterfuges that went trnns
l-; a r* m jnutiK i utcher began
lo They Mere married,
I- raliv and, o ."‘K/or Ute n w house .old is
bu •; r , n ° l '- v t'ob itch r hlm.elf.
it*. 'Vi'!, UnV 0 w,lito b 'use market
lot, *uV ll9r Jlier duties M -s. Harri
b“ fline lmnr d o t - d .°! ,y ‘i'P l" the central
,l! ohu. 1 01 ' ' 1 undesirable, in
kr tr.*, w , 8 ■'vernniental official provided
' , nj s ra??n!n. dut, **u! )e .*L n ab,ut 7 o’clock
the - ront 5£L n *t< hoi”- be drivaa lo
lr, i get. an A 1 "* ”l Jl,e hou#lna >e,a
bt t'bo , X C ,‘‘' , '' iM,t ba< kt*. etc., just
v isioiu 1 * riri^®rr,D K thb denirei
cr ]*, rfl , lo’ ,ar . and biforms him with
Hurej for thl t* 1 W i* especially
lor day, and iw the next turae
hours and sometimes four the marketman
is away in the stalls at the central market
making h!s purchases. These may include
not only meats and vegetables and fruits,
but eveu the flowers for tue executive man
sion, When Mr. Cleveland w.a in office,
Hector, tne white house dog, always sat on
the seat of this wagon beside the market
man when he made his morning rounds.
gfyifal
1111 l
SHE DID THE MARKETING HERSELF.
The white house steward would always
be an interesting person, whatever his
career, and the one now holding the office,
Hugo Ziernan, has had an extraordinary ex
perience, He was at o.ie time the caterer for
that Prince Napoleon who was killed while
fighting the Z ilus in Africa. After that he
was the steward At the Hotel Splendids, in
Paris, which was at that timo a famous in
stitution of its kind, but eventually Gen.
Boulanger secured ft and turned it into a
military club. That threw Ziaman out of
his occupation and he made a tour around
the world. After a time he brought up in
New York city where he conducted the
Brunswick cafe. Eventually he drifted to
Chicago and became conn oted with the
Hotel Richelieu. There Crown Prin-e
Russell, as toe President’s son iscommo lly
styled nowadays, found him and induced
him to take a place in the white house.
The Presidemial steward i, by r law placed
under |2U,003 bonds for his good behavior.
The reason for imposing this tremendous
security lies uudouotedly in the great value
aitaching to the plate aud other tableware
in the mansion. Compared to his bonds,
his salary is pitiably small, it amounts to
only SI,BOO annually aud it would seem as
if a steward of Zieman’s c nsequunca, ex
perience and undoubted abilitv would hesi
tate a long time before accepting the posi
tion at this figure. He probably foresees,
however, that the prestige cf having ca
tered for the President of the Unit and Mates
will serve hitn a good turn when another
administration shall have brought his ser
vices there to an end.
The most famous steward who has served
at the white house duri 1 g recent years was
Cru np, an employe of Garfield. Ho gained
his celebrity through his intimate relations
with the family after Guiteau had fired his
fatal shot. Crump became the target for
all kinds of interviews, and although his
information was discreetly given or with
held, as tho case might he, his name was
paraded to a greater degree probably than
that of any other caterer who ever had the
good fortune to keep a position with a
President.
Although the present incumbent of the
stewardship of the white house is a very
famous man, the people who carrv out his
instructions have no special claim to dis
tinction. That brings to mind again the ab
surd report that tho Preside it is dissatisfied
with his cooking. Asa matter of fact the
cook at the white house is no scientific
Frenchman with aristocratic gravies and
taucos dripping from his fl igers’ ends, but
/•
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ISpgfef
THE WHITE HOUSE MARKETMAN.
a woman. Moreover she is the same woman
who has cooked for the President when he
was plain Gen. Harrison—lndianapolis.
She came to Washington at the request of
the President and bis family.
When Mr. Cleveland was here he em
ployed a Froneh chef, and though he may
not" have made such a splurgo as did his
predecessor under Mr. Arthur, all evidence
goes to show that be was eminently success
ful. It is interesting to note that this chef
was paid no more taa.i slooa month.
F. R. Burton.
Photography at the Parade.
Prom fhe .Ve w York Times.
The amateur photographers ara already
laying in a stock of dry plateßand making
prep nation., fir the aval parade of the
centennial celebration. There will un
d übtedly be over 5,000 pictures at least,
taken of this feature -do ie. The society of
amateurs has secured the stoa ner Philadel
phia from which to view the proce-sion, and
many members have signified their inten
tion of going on the trip. The plan of hav
ing a steamer t > themselves is an excellent
one, as on the excursion boats the amateur
is constantly aim yed by other sight-seers,
and, of course, himself is often u rource
of annoyance to others. On the Philadel
phia there will be ample room for the tripod
men to fix their apparatus, while the detec
tive camera experts will have full sweep.
Ibe display of cameras will boa sig tin
itself. 1 is proposed afterward to give a
lantern slideexiuhition of the best pictures
taken at the society rooms. The taking of
marine views is a specialty among pho
tographers, and not a few do their best
work in this line. It is to be hoped that tbs
day may be a pleasant cue and the light
good. The amateurs will attend to the rest.
FIRS FAOIB.
Wo Were Burnec, Out —We Will Re
build at Once.
We are now in working trim ccrner Hay
and Whitaker streets, M. First & Co.’s old
stand, with a full iiDO.
Paints, Oil. Varnish, Glass, Railroad,
Steamboat find Mill Sip,plies, Sash, Doors,
Bli ds, Mouldings, and Building Material,
Dime, Plaster, Hair, Kosoudale ar.d Port
land Cem nts. Sewer Pin-*, Fire Brick, etc.
All orders promptly filled just as though
there bd been no fire.
An dr few Hanley,
Savannah, Ga.
Tbo Great Rochester beer
Will now bo offered to the people of Savan
nah by ail grocers and liquor dealers, BDd
will be sure to become as popular as it has
In all the largo cities uorth-absolutely
pure and unadulterated. Foil by sll first
class grocers and bars. Made only by the
Rochester Browing Company, of Rocberter,
N. Y., and sold only in bnflss.
A Cnicxo ocim visiting Werhington with her
father, an , fflev seeker, at last shook the dust
of the city from her leer, sod the city street
cleAner Immediately asaed for a bonus on bla
unnuact.— .Nl. Paul Por*e*r.fVai.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1889.
Weather indications.
I 1 Special indications for Georgia.
FAJB l-air weather, stationary tempera-
I * .ore, westerly winds.
Comparison or mean temperature at Savan
nah. ,pril26. 1884. aad tbe mean of same hay
tor fifteen rears.
■ Departure j Total
Mias Tempkaatt-rs | from the j Departure
—— ! hi eon ; since
for IS years April 46.84 -(-or iJan. 1 196\
63 i 61 6 j - SOI
Comparative rainfall
Anvnitiu'r MS |
v„nnw-" ! Mean faTnoe
16 heart. jApnH’6, BS.j ... „ _ J&a
.15 I JB I -1- .13 173
Maximum temperature 71 3; minimum tarn,
pernture 58,8.
Tbe height of the river at Augusta at
7:53 o’clock a. m, yesterday (Augusta time)
was 0.8 feet —h i Ue of O.J leet during the
past twenty-four hours.
Observations taken at tha same moment
of time at all stations.
BaviXSAU. April I'ti, 7:86 p. city time.
Temperature.
Direction. f
a !
Velocity. P |
Rainfall.
Nam*
of
IhiTJONA
Portland 4f jNE 20 ,04 Raining.
Boston BO.N E 32 .46 Raining.
Block Island 48) E .. .10| Raising.
New York city.s2 N K 1.12 Ruining.
Philadelphia M N K 32 .01 Raining.
Washington city.. 68 SV. 32 2.02 Raining.
Norfolk 66 8 E 10; .01 Raining.
Charlotte. 64 W 14! *T Raining.
Hatteras stSW*3| .82 Rlning
Detroit 42 N E 0 ! P'tly cloudy
Fort. Buford 58 NW 24 ... Cloudless.
St. Vincent. 48 N W 38 *T Cloudless,
Wilmington 52 NW 14 .10' Raining.
Charleston 06 W | Cloudless.
Augusta 60 W j C Cloudless.
Bavaxnah 08 W ’ 8 (Cloudless.
Jacksonville 70 W 8 .... Cloudless.
Cedar Keys 70 NW 24 ...ICloudless,
Key Weal 76 W ] C.oudless.
Atlanta 02 NW 12 .... ICloudless.
Pensacola 70 W B!—P'tly cloudy
Mobile... 74JSW 61 ...iP'tly cloudy
Montgomery ... 70 W 6! lCloudless.
VlCKsDurg To| W 6|.... Cloudless.
New Orleans 76 1 W 6. .. Cloudless.
Shreveport .. 74 8W I 14 Cloudless.
Fort Smith 62 E 6 1 .40 P'tly cloudy
OaJveeton 72i8Wjl0j— Cloudless.
Paie*tme 78|SW .J Cloudy.
Brownosville. 76 8 12 Cloudless.
RioGrawlo 84 S ~j [Cloudless.
Knoxville si! N 8} Cloudless.
Meinpnis ! 70 N! 6 ~., ICloudless.
Nashv.lle I 64INW! 0!.... cloud ess.
Point Jupiter. Fla i 72. NW 12| Cloudless.
Tituavuie 66 \V 61.... Cloudless.
Cincinnati 6u NE.. |. Cloudless.
Pittsburg N 6; *T Raining.
Buffalo ... . 46! N Cl Cloudy.
Cleveland. ! 44 NW 61... Cloudy.
Marquette i 54; 8 . .. Cloudy.
Chicago 56 8 E 6[ Cloudless.
Duluth 601 W 101... Cloudless.
Bt. Paul 02! W 6; P tly cloudy
Cairo 66[ Ni IP'tly cloudy
St. Louis 66 N 8i 'Cloudless.
Kansas City 56 N 8 38 P'tly c'oudy
Omaha. 66 NW 14, ,08jCloudless.
Yankton 66 NW 18' *T ICloudless.
Bismarck 58 NW 30 ICloudless
Cbeyenne 00 SW 8| iP'tly cloudy
T* denotes traoe of rainfall.
M. J. Wright. Jr.. Observer Signal Corps.
Animal Poison.
Atlanta Constitution, March 17, 1889.
Tho fearful increase in mortality result
ing from the bites of rabid animals is
alarming, and the fact that there have boon
fatal results from the bites of animals
which had exhibited no signs of rabies,
adds to the alarm. The casjinWaJton
county, Georgia, is an instance. The
pois in was communicated by the
bite of an ordinary house cat,
which had never seemed to be
mad. The reporter heard yesterday of a
remarkable caseof a lady who was poisoned
by fondling and kissing a poodle dog. The
dog had distemper, and died of it, aud the
lady’s blocd was poLoued to a degree t at
her body was broken out in great ulcers and
sore- from head to foot. From a beautiful,
healthy woman she soon wasted to a mere
skeleton, suffering great agony. No treat
ment benefited her until on the 28th of Feb
ruary she commenced to take Swift’s Spe
cific (S. S. fch), which at once began to force
out the poison, and she is now getting well
rapidly.
At Eetlll’a.
Savannah Daily Morning News,
“A Chain of Errors,” by E. W. Latimer;
“The Serpent Tempted Her,” ty Saqui
Smith; “Base Bail” (How to Become a
Player ), by John M. Ward of the New York
Base Ba 1 Club' Boys of t e Empire for
May; “Nero,” Deutsche Library No. 215;
Ktvue do la Mode for May. Town Topics,
Dramatic Times, Now York Dramatic
News, New York Mirror, New York Clip
per, Texas Siftings, The Nation,
New Yoik Mercury, New York Her
ald, World, Sun, Star, Press. Times,
Tribune, Boston Herald, Boston Globe,
Baltimore Sun, Cincinnati Enquirer,
Cincinnati Gazette, Philadelphia Press,
Philadelphia Times, New Orleans Tirnes-
Democrat, Atlanta Constitution, Macon
T lograpb, Augusta Chronicle, Charleston
News and Courier, Charleston World,
Florida Times-Union, Louisville Courier-
Journal, Chicago Inter-Ocean, Chicago Tri
bune, Memphis Avulanche.
Advice to jViothera.
AIRS.WiNbLOw’sSooTHiNU Syrup should
always be used when children are outting
teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once;
it produces natural, quiet sleep by reliev
ing the child from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as “bright as a button.” It is very
pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, soft
ens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind,
regulate" the bowels, and is tho b ; st known
remedy for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty-live centt
a bottle.
"Washington Centennial.
Puck No. 633 is an extra number contain
ing illustrations of the Washington Centen
nial Inauguration. Mailed to any address
on receipt of 15 cents. For sale at Estili’s
News Depot, 21)< Bull street.
Harneft House,
Leading Popular Hotel. Electric Light
and Bells. Rates according to size and
location of rooms.
HOTHLa.
HOTEL BRISTOL,
FIFTH AVENUE AND 4k ST., NEW YORK.
I* I.FG ANT suites of from three to six rooms
j rach, with bath. Location ana cuisine tho
very beet. Special rates I" southern families.
S. E. RATES, Manager.
THE MORRISON HOUSE
(MANTRA M.Y located, on 1 tea nt *r#at oar*
J uflfoni jtlea#ant south rooms, with xGllenl
board, lowest ratios. With new haths, s*wTaf
and venti u!od perfect, the ramtary conditiou
f the OUM la Os thf b*Ht Oornf Broughton
r <J Drayton struts. Savaonah. Oa.
TERRA
PERTH AMBOY TERRI COTTI Cft
Architectural Terra Cotta,
SPECIAL SIZES AND COLORS OF FRONT
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IS Cortlandt. New York, N. Y.i Drexel Build
ing, Bhilodelpbln, Bo ; HI South Clark street,
Lbicago, III.; Berth Amboy. N. J.
CARRIAGE WORKS.
BANBERG & CO.,
St. Julian, Congress and Montgomery streets,
FRANKLIN SQUARE.
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PHOTOGRAPHY.—' Two dollars and fifty
I cents tiays for one dozen Cabinet Photo
graphs ano one extra for Bxlo frame. J. N.
WILSON. 21 Hull street.
I~)EKSON AL.—Parties leaving the city for the
summer can have their property managed
by ROBT. 11. TATEM. Real Estate Dealer.
UHIY pay fancy prices when tie finest can
dies are Bold low at HEIDT'S? Have
you seen their special Saturday I ai. ainsi
VEB,I am boarding horses, as cheap ns ft can
I be done for; set* my advertisement, in an
other column. TENNESSEE STABLEiS, Chas.
K. Motfinger.
HELP WANTED.
\\T ANTED.—A young colored boy for yard
▼ ▼ work; references required. Address 137
McDonough street
SALESMEN.— We wish a few men to sell our
goods by sample to the wholesale an 1 retail
trade; largest manufacturers in our line; inclose
2-centstamp;
position; no postals answered; money advanced
for wa*res. advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL
MAN F G CO., Cincinnati, Ohio.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
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▼ V experience, a position as shipping and re
ceiving clerk ; also understands drumming and
collecting; can furnish reference. Address
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vv for wholesale gr*>cery house by man of
axperience: references furnished. Address J.
L. BRANNEN, Waycross. Oa.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.
TIT'ANTED, an iron safe. Address, stating
vV size and price. Box 35, core Morning
News.
■%\7ANTED, To rent from Ist October a small
V v house, in st b■ in good location. Address
HOUSE, F. 6, Rox 140
( 'IVKN away -Look up HEIDT’S apodal
V I Saturday bargains, and Hie. offer for 25c.
X\l ANTED. —Anyone having a good Letter
VV Cabinet for sale will find a purchaser by
addressing witb full particulars and stating
lowest price, P. O. Box 149.
HOUSES AND STORES FOR RENT.
li'OH KENT, largo brick residence; locution
' central: nice for boarding house. ROBT.
H. TATEM, Real Estate Dealer.
FT'ORRENT, from Mnv M, bouM No. 13 Lio
J coin street, eorner 81. Julian; contains
about tea rooms aud bath; rent reasonable.
Apply on premises,
Tj-OR RENT, the bouse at Isle of Hope next to
U my residence; arte-ian water ou premises
J. H.ESTILL.
ROOMS TO RKS T.
I, ''OR RENT, four rooms: central location;
1 Hull near Bull street. ROBT. H. TATEM,
Real F.statr- Dealer.
FOR RENT MI-CPU. VNEOUS.
TT'OR RENT, warehouse on River street, for
I merly occupied by Artesian Ico Company.
Apt lr to F. G. BELL, Business Office, M .ruing
News. •
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OP
WtATRSB.
FOR SALE.
TUST ARRIVED at COX'S STABLE car load
ft Texas I’onles, several gentle boys’ ponies,
good saddlers.
I\ AII.Y Strawberries and oroer* received for
‘ Sufierior E'resh Jersey Clover Butter at
HEIDrS BHARMACY.
rpiVOof tho most beautiful lots on Tybee
J Island for sale by LaUOCHE ,t McLAUUII-
I.IN, Real Estate Dealers, lid Bryan street.
These lots are within a stone's throw of the new
hotel, and can be had at a bargain.
iryc. THIS DAY ONLY, Blue Mottled Soap;
If HE 11 IT'S for reliable Drugs, Seeds and
Fine Confectionery.
FSOR SALE A few lots left north of Ander
son; call early. KOBT. H. lAT EM, Real
Estate Dealer.
I mir SALE, brick residence, corner (Jordon
1 and Tattnall atreets; modern Improvements,
carriage bouse nnd servants roori.r; fu.l lot,
with flower garden. ALFRED L. HAKTbIDGE.
RUBBER HOSE; at 8 cents per foot; Noxzies,
prinklers and Keen In great variety; laip
and Hors" Sheets in new designs. NEIDI.INULR
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Is Reward given if returned to ifil Jones
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Broad street.
I OST in I'ark. A lady's black grained leather
j poi'ketbonk with oxidized silver cnriiem.
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tained on five dollar bill ar,,i foui silver dollars
Finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving
same at News office.
REWARD.
RKWAKD will be paid at Slater, Moore A
Co.'s store for the recovery of a Boodle
Dog, white and sheared to shoulders.
PHOTOGRAPHY.
rpWO DOLLARS pays for one dozen flneCsbi-
I net Bhologiaplis, as tnar.v for eight by ten
frame ts you with, at the SAVANNAH BIIOTO
CO 8. 1411 Broughton street.
HOARDING.
SOUTHERN FAMILIES desiring Summer
Board In New Yoik will find a comfortable
an J convenient borne, centrally situated, at 141
\Y list strett. Terms rea-onabla. Keftueuce
evotuuuted, Haa. H. H. UULUU,
BUMMKR RESORTS.
WANTED, summer boarder* at RILEY'S
HOTEL, Greenwood, 8. C : bote! fronts
the public square, embowered In a beautiful
g rove of water oaks; r-oins large, neatly fur
Dished and well ventilated; piazzas ii front,
north and south side* hotel; table well suppl ed
with g>d ami wholes ine food, well prepared.
Greenwood is a live, progressive town; one <f
the prettiest in upper Carolina; free from nil
malaria; water, pure freestone; good livery
stable connected with hotel. For terms, etc.,
write T F Hi LEY. Proprietor, Greenwood, S. (J.
Mountain sunset HOUSE, WERNERSJ
VILLE, PA. High ou the mountain. A
delightful place for those seeking rest and
recreation. Air compared to Colorado. Per
sonal care and attention to guests. Steam•
heat. For circular, terms, etc., address
F. UKOSCH.
MISCELLANEOUS.
I>HOTOGRAPHY. two dollars and fifty
cents pays for one dozen Cabinet Photo
graphs nil one extra for Bxlo frame. J. N.
W ILSON, *1 Hull Street.
KKC HUS DAY ONLY Liftin'* Extract*;
•LI HF.IDi'S for lie liable Drugs, Fresh
Seeds end Fine Confection* ry.
pURK MILK SHAKEB. Old feahfoned Root
I Peer, t’rahapnle t ider and Pure Fruit
Juice Syrups at HICIDr'S SODA WATER
FOUNTAIN.
one I*ol ND THIS DAY ONI Y. Pure Sugar
Mixed Candy Look for HLiDT fcJ special
Saturday bargains.
fiC. For V bricks Camphorline Moth Destroyer;
9 1 HI IDT S for reliable goods at reasonable
prices
Q F> >R 10c Chocolate (.’roam*, 85c. for fine
* I si < ial mixture at 11 El I
ID'. Hair, Tooth, Nail, Whisk and Shoe
Brushes, Chamois and Sponges at
HKIDT’d.
QO. 1 HIS DAY ' INLY Pint B< ttlee Stonger
*' Ammonia: HFIDT’S Oil I‘asto Blacking
Preserves the Leather.
4 I kt\ IS ALL it costs dyspeptics to try a Gal
‘t \ f lon Tato Spring Water, a specific agency
a HKIDT s
IC. THIS DAY ONLY & paper, for Flower
I Seeds; ilEll)T‘flfor Lawn Grans and Gar
den Seeds.
r |MIE Spring Medicine, P. P. P.. wholesale and
1 retail depot. THE G. M. HEIDT COM
PA NY.
R UPC CAR. because of tbo superiority of
IIEIDT’S l ino Confections. Agent*, F.
Von Oven. Chariest n; Alexander Drug A S ed
Cos., Augusta. Mcßae A Madre, Ttiomusville;
n\ m \ Bradford, Oolumbua.
1 >REBCRIPTIONR prepared by a compa
-1 tent p armaoisi using but tirst-c Ims drugs,
giving oui personal attention to all wants of
the publk■. Tl* HEIUT, FELIX PARSONB.
VV ESTEKN and Tennessee Beor, Mutton and
▼ Veal, at LOGAN’SICity Market.
RANI) display of roses, daily, at Strong's
I Drugstore. Please leave your orders for
cut flowers, and tbo well known floral designs
0B( ). \\ AQNEK.
\\f HIPPED Cream, Limeade, ('ream Soda,
▼ ▼ Pineapple S’eeple, Pineapple Bon Ron
and Milk Julep. LJVINQdTON'BPHARMAC A .
IOGAN, City Market, will send .for Order!
J and deliver same.
WALL PAPER. Are you going to paper
▼ ▼ your house? If so, call at. ISO Congress
strent, g*“t estimate and select from my lArge
stock or new patterns. John Q. BUTLER.
NORTHERN Meats and Spring Lamb a
specialty, at L< )GAN’B.
SPRING LAMB, Northern and all other meats
that market affords at BAKER H Stall every
day.
13ASPBKKKY Limeade made from the fruit,
I Pineapple Bon Bon, Whipped Cream, Or
ange ala moee, (‘ream Soda and Egg Phos
phates at LIVINGSTON’S PHARMACY, Bull
and Htate.
| > ONELES3 Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues,
I I at LOGAN’S.
\l7 B. MKLL & CO. are selling Garden Hose
▼ ▼ • at 6 and 16Uj cents per foot;
Pip**H, Nozzles, Sprinklers and Reels at low
prices; also a full line of Hummer goods for
buggy use. Call for bargains.
Sl* ING LAMB and Northern Meaty, at
LOGAN’S.
T)EFORE you buy or sell property consult
I> ROUT. H TATEM, Heal Estate Dealer
and Auctioneer.
Divorces —A. GOODRICH, attorney at law,
VZ4 Dearborn street, Chicago; advice free;
21 years exi>erieuce; business quietly and legally
transacted.
SHOES.
Wm
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 Shoe GENTLEMEN.
$3 SHOE FOR LADIES.
Best In the World. Examine his
$5 00 Genuine Hand-Sewed dboe.
$4 OO Hand Sewed Welt t-boe.
$3.50 Police and Farmers’ Shoe.
$2.50 Extra Value Calf Shoe.
$2.25 Workingman's Shoe.
$2.00 and $1.75 Boys’ Scnool Shoes.
Fraudulent when my name and price are not
stamped on bottom. W. L. DOUGLAS,
Lrockton, Mass.
Examine W L. Douglas $2 shoes for gen
tlemen and ladles.
For aale by HYCK BROS., 17 Whitaker Htroet,
Savannah.
AG RI( l LT U KAL IM I'I.KME N TANARUS.
AVERY’S
STEEL WING
POTATO DIGGERS
Palmerßros.
MILL BUPPLIEB.
1&± 11 Supplies
JENKINS* PACKING. J&NKINS* YALYEfI*
FOB SAAB if
J. D. WEED & CO.
MERCHANTS, manufacturer*. merchamc*,
corporation*, and ail other* in need of
trmluiK. lithographing. and ilank F. k- can
ae theu order* promptly Piled at derate
hunting
uoutuc. 8 Whitaker atroeu
LOTTKHT.
I T NPRECEOENTEO ATTRACTION!
(J Over a Million Distributed
I^IL.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
Incorporated by tin' Ijt-Ri.laturn ,n INM. foi
Educational and Charitable purposes, and It 4
franchise made a part ■ the present State On.
Mitntiou, tu ufi't), 1/ an overwbelmloK pupulaa
voU).
its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS talta
place t-eral-Annually (June and Do.
comber), aud its ORAN i > aINGLK
Nw: MB tfl DRAW IN OS take place In
each of the other ten months of the
rear, and are nil drawn in pttbl.n, at
ho Academy of Music, New Orluftnu,
La.
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS,
For Integrity of its Drawing*, and
Prompt Pay moot of Prizes.
Attested as follows:
"TFtfrfo hereby certify that ire wprrpfts ths
arrangement* for a/l the \fonthhj and Semi-
Annual drawing* of The Louisiana State lx)t
tery and in per eon manat)* andean
trot the Pro t rings theinselve*, and that the .vim*
are conducted with honesty, fairness, anti *n
good faith toward all fun-tire, and roe authorise
the Company to use this certificate, u'tth fac
similes of our Mii/natures attached, in its
advertisements'*
Commissioners.
ITeth* unrlmLjert H." h* ntui Hankers via
pay all iVue. tfrnwm m The Louisiana St. t e
Ixitterics which mat/ I/e oreaenteii at our cuunr
ten.
R. M. WALMSLEY, Ptes. Louisiana Nat'l
Bank.
PIE.RRE LANAUX, Pros. State Nat'l Bank.
A BALDWI N, Pros. New Orleans Nat'l Bank.
CARL KOHN, Pres. Union National Bank.
GRAM MONTHLY DRAWING,
At the Academy of Music Now Or.oaai,
TUESDAY, May 11. ItWD,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300, 00a
100,000 TtckotH at Twenty Dollars
each. Halvas $10; Quarter# $5;
Ton ilia SH. Twentieths SI.
LIST Of PKIZKi
1 PRIZE OK $,00,0J0 ni 2300.000
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 iH 100,004
1 PRIZE OF 6 ,000 is ftO,OOC
1 PRIZE OF 2h,000 h 2,0 4
2 PRIZES OF 10,000 are.. 0,o()C
b PRIZES OF .000 are 26.00 C
5J.-PKI/. OF I.IDU .* 2 .OOJ
100 PRIZEiS OF OO are t fO. HK
200 PRIZES OF (Ware.. 60 (KX
too PRIZES OF X) are 100,004
Ari'ROXIMAHON riUZKIL
100 Prizes of $ 0 are I*o,ooo
101' P l .es of 00 are SO.OoQ
100 Praes of 00 are tu.uof
IKKMIXAL PUIZUk
099 Prizes or lou are W, 00
9 ITi2 of 100 are 99
8,1 4 Prizes, amounting to $1,06 .8 4
Non. T c.bUi ur.twt.ig Capital Pnzt-sare not
© ititle-t Terminal Prizes.
iW“Foi Ci.ro ICatkh or any further inlr.rma
tion desired, write legibly to the undt rsigienl,
clearly stating your residence, with State,
County, Street and Number. More rapid return
mail delivery -mII bo assured by your encluftiog
au envelope bearing your full address,
IMPORTANT.
Address M. A. DAUPHIN.
New Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washina'ton, D. O.
My ordinary letter, containing MONPIY
OKDh lt issued, by all Bxpress Cn'npa'dmt,
New York Lxchsngn, Draft or Postal Note.
We Day churtres on urrenoy sent to us
by Express in sums of $5 or over.
Address Registered Letters Contain
ing Currency to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
“REMEMBER. Unit the payment of
Prizes m GUARANTEED liV POUR
NATIONAL BANKS of Ncvr Orleans, and
the tickets are eigned by the President of an in-
Ktiiution, whom chartered are reeng.
mred in the hiKhezt L’ourls: therefore, beware
of a.i imltationa or anonymous sohouica"
ON i. LOLLA R is the price of ihesmnll' st
part or fraction of a Ticket iB sU EIJ BY US
in any drawmjr. Anythin rin our name offered
for less tnuu a Dollar is a swindle.
CLOTHING.
Important Alooticieiil
IlliUW■■■——!— <B——WStMt ißSTll—!■> IM
Tbo attention of all wishing to
supply themselves fof the
SPRING and SUMMER
Is respectfully called to our
incomparable line of
Men’s and Children's Apparel,
which surpasses even all of
our formor successes.
To our old customers w© nued not say any
thing about the value* we give.
To the public generally w© beg to announce
that In the n.ateriais and workmanship in our
garment* wo strive alway* to me only such m
will give good, honest Hiliffacnon, that w©
have now aided to our line an assortment of
low.prtc**fl iite, which poiMM (he Name eapaoity
to resist wear and ibai pertectlou of cut whiub
characterize* all of our garrmunta, and a** a
trial, which we are confident will round to our
mutual uailifacr .on
Respectfully,
A. FALK & SONS.
MEDICAL
Y I I Or*n Tutor for
I ■ a.-::cßßlnuixrcrifce(l‘a! \
B t . u- Ination, initgauiatk
m gr% JO i>'*itwa em .u.-i*, Mu
fti ( ISKIIa lac*. l eucorrboa. Imi,<v
S 9 W tun y and tieneral IVli.ity:
* w lor Removing Pimples .lid
Bcauufs in* the Cample v-
IFQ ft k ■ 9% ion. without an t piaL
U B 9 ■ S Sr all. sonar coated, 75 la a
a- ■ lu'ttlc Ur icu .ia. or mailed
ft S CL£ OfcXfcr for f.o cei.ia by .\le.a:.oer
. _ jA Af edlctne Cos.. >ew YorA.
—WHOLESALE BY —
LIPPMAN BROS.
FOB KALE BY
Benin's Pharmacy, W 'I Mills,
!,. C. Ktroxo, H*lo A Cos.,
Howard J Kikrrtn, W. F Kam.
W A Piomas, W M Clvklaxd.
J R HalTisarocr. W* F Hxvnv,
J T. Tborrto*. W a. Hinor,
Hvmor* Mkll A N t’Kssrva & Cos.,
M Jolts.o* Bavin Portia
nursery.
KIES LINO’S NURSERY,
WHITE BLUFF ROAD.
|JLASTS. Bouquets, Designs, Cut Flowers
i furoLlind lo order, Lssvs order* at Da Vp)
HHOS.’, cor. Hull aud York at*. The Bell lull
wav iimarm UwuuaUa tUa uunwri. Telephone did.
AUCTION SALES FUTURE DAYS.
TEN LOTS
AT
Public Outcry,
On the Premises, 4 p. m.,
MU], April 3011,1889.
C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer.
Will sell at auction on TUESDAY, April 30th,
1889. at 4 o'clock r. m.,
Ten beautifully located lota on the high ridge
bet ween Whitaker aad Barnard streets, front
ing north and south on Eleventh and Twelfth
streets.
These lots are more desirable than any of
those recently sold.
They are on the highewt plateau south of the
city, perfectly drained and advantageously
located for street car privileges.
The Belt Line cars are but on© block south,
and the Whitaker street cars imme.llately east.
Fifty dollars cash is all that, will be required
and the monthly payments of ten dollar© will
not commence until June Interest will be
allowed on the payments thus made, an well as
charged.
No fairer, or easier terms can he allowed, or
asked; and when the Increase in value is con
sidered the result canuo’ be other than favor
able, and must prove better than investment*
either In savings banks or loan associations.
large lot and two Wrn
AT AUCTION,
By Laßoclie & McLaughlin,
ON
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1889.
On th premidfli. Wuldburn nt.rcnt, jult wt
of Burroughs street, at
4 O’CLOCK SHARP,
We will sell those two well-built frame housz
on liiiv i' lot, WxlOS feet, with room 00 lot to
tiuiiil several bouses more. This property is
now under u i;oo 1 r ntnl and lieiiiK in a rapidly
Impri'vini; portion of the city, will prove *
good luvestment,
GRAIN AND HAY.
PEAS. PEAS.
COTTON SEED MEAL.
MANHATTAN FOOD FOR lIORBKS
AND CATTLE.
Our Own Cow Feed.
CORN, OATH, HAY, Etc.
l. r ,6 BAY STREET,
T. J. DAVIS & CO.
I4QUORS.
“Oldest Grocery and Liquor Business”
IN SAVANNAH.
I \RY MONOI’OLE AND CARTE DOB
I f CHAMPAGNES.
HEAUJi ILAIB BURfJUNDY.
II ACT Il 'IISAC SAUTK.It NK.
I’ONTKT CANET OLAIiET
VINo BLANCO (WHITE PORT WINE).
HUNtiARIAN TOKAY WINE
Drt. HI MPM REV ’H H LACK BERRY BRANDY.
BEWI.EY& DRAPER S IRISH 01NUER ALE.
LL'YTIES HIGH (.HADE BOLERA WJILS
KIES.
Are only to lie found In Ihis city at
M. LAVIN’S ESTATE,
1.1 Kant. Broad Street.
fWTKLKPIIOiUK ft a.
liquors”
B. Select Whisky j.K?r gallon $i on
Baker Whisky per gallon 4 X>
fMipodal Whisky gallon 8 00
I'lnurtpple Whisky |>er gallon D 01)
)ld Rye Wll ; y pet gall >n 150
.WINES.
Fine OM Madeira tier gallon on to $3 5Q
Fine < >ld < ‘often** Snerry jter gallon 3 <>>
Fine ()ld Port per gallon .. 'i U 0 to 8 Ofl
Fine Hweei (‘utawtia per gallon .. 1 (Xi to 1 W
l ine (.'aiifortiia Wine* per gallon . 100 to 1 M
FUK SaI.K BY
A. 11. CIIAMIMOX,
li‘i (OVUIIKsh h rill.ET.
i
POTATOES.
BURBANKS!
Fine Burbank Fating i'otatoe*, lu barrel*
anl Harks.
LEMONS.
Clay and Speckled Peas.
Peanuts, Large and Small.
Hay and Grain, Feed, Grits
and Meal.
W. D. SIMKINS.
HEHORTSi
Prolong the Winter Tourist Season
NU escape the audden changes of the North
ern Spring by a sojourn In the ‘T.and of tba
Fky" at Asheville, Hot Springs and other point*
iu Western North Carolina. Kplendid climate,
noble scenery, good hotels, excellent transporta
tion facilities. For additional information
please address the undersigned, or any agent of
tns Piedmont Air-Line.
W. W. DAVIES. Oen. Agent
Jack son villa. Fla.
DHL'GS AND MEDICINES.
TOPAZ CINCHONA CORDIAL
IN the wine growing countries of Europe tha
use of this medicated wine Is universal. It la
composed of ihe most approved vegetable
tone's. wniub are Introduced into a pure geuer
uus wine. Fur a tonic, try it. For sale by
L. C STRONG,
Corner Hull and Perry street lans.
For Ice Cold Soda Water ani3
Milk Shakes
oo TO the
Yamacraw Pharmacy,
Where only the purest Fruit Juices and Ha
le rial. arc dispensed.
M A BaKIE, Proprietor,
K out beast corner West Broad and Hryao.
LEGAL NOTICE*.
('i EORGtA. Chatham Coovrt. Whereas,
J JOHN SCHLEY has applied to Court
of Ordinary for Letters of Administration on
the estate of I.gROY NEB HARDWICK, and
ceased.
These are. therefore, to cite and admonish all
whom It may concern to be and appear before
said court, to make objection iif any tliey havel
on or before the FIRST MONDAY IN MAY
N EXT otherwltAi said letters will he granted.
Witness the Honorable Hampton L. Firkiu,
Ordinary for Chatham county, ibis tbs Mb da]
of April, Ibtt.
FRANK E. KEILBACH.
Clerk C. 0., C. ft
/ X fhr CENTS A WEEK will have tha
• § I "X MORNING NEWS delivered al
jrombouM sari] EVfcKY WORK.
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