two Cents’ pee. copy.
BY BEARD & KIMBALL.
FOKJLIOA' .V£ irs,
TBECARLIST INSURRECTION INSPAIR
A T AN END.
Madrid, May 9. GeneralMcrlones, who de
feated the foroea under Don Carl , at Oroqui
eta. her been g.zetted lieutenant general,
Ihe insurrection in Navarre is now believed'
| to Do over. Thirty five hundred insurgents in
that province have come in and surrendered to
the loyal forces. Toe news from all other
points where tli re are bands of Oarliats is fa
| V Tai ls for a spee y restoration oi the author
-1 ity of the governmeet.
MR. HENDRICKS AND THE CINCIN
NA TI CON VENT ION.
Indianap >i.iß May 9—lt is authoritatively
announced tnat Mr. Hendricks is not commit
ted to thW Cincinnati convention. He will be
governed by the Baltimore convention.
New Yoh C May 9.—10 the Kxeeutive Com
mittee a motion to indefinitely portpono the
National Democratic Convention was lost.
B- timore was ic o.tsd as the place of meet
ing by a vote of thres to one. Cincinnati, St
Louis and Louisville were the contesting cities.
FJtOBI NkW TURK.
DESTRUCTION Os A PAPER MILL
CASE OF SUNSTROKE-COTTON
WAREHOUSE BURN IN 0.
New York, clay 9.—Bingham’s paper mill
One case of sunstroke occurred here yester
. The warehouse of Sami. D. Tompkins, No, 92
West street, filled with cotton, caught fire at
six o’clock this morning, and iastill burning-
The loss will be heavy. Cause unknown.
MSCmTINU OF THE UfcMOURATIC
I'KESS OF ILLIgUIS.
Chicauo. May 9—At a meeting of the
Democratic editors, representing eighteen
journals, it was resolved te await the action of
the Democratic Convention, when, if the Cin
cinnati nominations are endorsed, th-y will re
ceive the hearty support of the Democratic
proas of Illinois.
< The court house an l clerk’s ofioe at Palis
Kentucky, were burned. The records were
Why Uelmbuld Filial,
An erroneous impression prevails
largely that Helmbold's failure was due
to excessive, or at least injudicious, adver
tising. . Tnis, as a few facts will clearly
'demobairute, was by no meaus the case.
His liabilities, almost all of which were
for advertising, amounted to $180,000;
aud just prior to his departure for Kurope
he realized from the sale of sdhte •£ his
real‘estate and the returns of his Bbcbn
about SIOO,OOO. With this safe in his
pocket he deuarted. The property so
so;d was worth neariy $200,000, or
$2C,000 more than all his immediate and
His trade-mark is at present vfclned ai
SIOO,OOO. This be retains; and his
brother continues to manufacture under
it in Philadelphia. ' s\J
It will be noticed that we do sol in
clude bia other property of vicious de
ecripiione; it is sufficient to show by
these few items that be was worth at the
time he failed $300,000 in immediately
available assets from these alone, »»*
that he cleared out with SIOO,OOO io cash
in his pocket, leaving behiud him a trade
: fc rii worm SIOO,OOO more, aud a busi
, ness now carried on by his brother, worth
probably from $25,000 to $-50,000 per
Mi H. T. Helmbold was a curious
ccuibinaiion of kuave aud fool, with a
decided preponderance of the latter.
The palatal drug on Broadway
has been s.ld out;** at the instiiucs of
Messrs. Griffin & Hodman, of the Balti
more Advertising Agency. It brought
little or nothing, as the man’s personal
vanity had induced him to impress his
individuality in sneb a manner on every
th:ng in it that me articles were of little
or no use to persons whose initials were
not H. T. H.
it is quite to the credit of Messrs.
Griffin & Hoffman that, notwithstanding
heavy losses iu tbis case and several
piheis, they have always been prompt to
a nicety iu discharging tbeir obligations
to ibe army ol publishers throughout the
country, with whom they enjoy intimate
and extensive relations.— Sunday Bulle
Ilie Chamber of Commerce Report
New York, May 6.— At a special meet
ing ot the Chamber of Commerce to-day
Samuel B. Buggies presented a report on
coinage. He offered e resolution request
ing Congress to make the gold dollar the
unit of value ; that the silver dollar be a
legal tender only for amounts not ex
ceeding five dollars, thus potting an end
to a “double standard” for legal mooey,
and that the silver dollar be made to
weigh 412 J grains, instead of 385 4 6
grams, in order to correspond with cer
tain French, Belgian, Swiss, Grecian,
Spanish and Austrian coins.
A Drove of Hogs Burned to Death.
The cattle pens in rear of the ‘‘Bear
grass distillery” in Louisville, Kentucky,
were destroyed by fire on Friday last.
The pen was filled with three hundred
bogs, of which only about fifty escaped,
and the cries of those which perished
were to hear as the flames pro
cessed. The properly destroyed was
valued at $6 000. besides the hogs, and
there was no insurance opou any of it.
The question “where do all the pins go
to? ’ which has been a long mooted one
bids fair to find a solution. There is a
woman in the city of Biddeford who has
been married twenty-eight years, and
\ (luring that time has not parchased a sin
A gentleman in New York telegraphed
(lo Hong Kong, China, on a recent
'Wednesday, and got a reply at 9 a. M. of
tue following Friday dated that day—
thirty-nine hours rouail the world,
oeotGiA HISTORICAL soc:nY
■OniOßlj or A RDIUIIN IMP,
TERRIBLE ~BOLOCA VST ON COOLIES.
to »n editerial in the txmdon Tele',
ftrftph, of April 22, occurs this statement.
A catastrophe, almost unparalleled iu
horror—disclosing the gross cruelties of
the Macao emigrant trade by one last
and most terrible demonstration—hap
pened in the China seas last May. and is
recorded in a Parliamentary report jnst
published. A vessel, called the Don
Jnan set sail on the 4th of that month
from Macao; bound to Peru, #itb sii han
dled and forty- live cooUed on ooard,
who had been kidnapped and shipped
ander the flag and with the authority of
the Portuguese government. Ooce on
board; this large multitude was placed
literally in prison—penned on the main
deck and fastened down by three iron
gratings, which closed the hatches; ten
ftoolieo at a time only being allowed to
come on deck. The ship sailed in fair
weather from Macao. On the second
day of the voyage, as declared by Herker,
an Austrian seamau, the captain selected
twenty coolies aud put therein irons,
with mnch as autgxample to
the others. w
Ou the third day a difficulty arose
about the food passed down to the emi
grants. The interpreter got angry and
struck thoee who .complained with his
cane, wherenpon the wretched coolies
made a rash upon their European jailors,
The iron hatches were immediately
slammed back upon themyand, when
the poor creatures beat upon the beams
aud planks IkJiget air, muskets were fired
down into tlgi crowd. It tfceu appears
that, in desperation, some of the coolies
set fire to a storeroom forward, hoping
no doubt to force the creafto tbotw their
prison open. The sailers tiied 'to pump
water down upon the seat of the confla
gration, bat the frenzied men below
passed the hose ont of the portholes, so
that pumping became useless. Then the
fire spread beyond all control, and vol
umes of thick smoke rolled iDto the main
deok, choking the mass of coolies at
either end, who had taken no part in the
previous proceedings. Red tongues of
flame and suffocating clouds filled the
ship below hatches, while the miserable
prisoners beat at the iron gratings, tore
at the fastenings of the deck, and even
endeavored to get np to the -ir through
The portholes, however, were fastened,
the desid lights were 100 email to allow of
a man’s body passing, and the ventilators
were barred so that there was no esoape.
In two hours’ time the fire was “estab
lished on the main deck,” which means
that scores of the Chinese had already
been roasted or smothered; yet the crew
never took a single step toward saving
the lives of the imprisoued wretches.
They merely lowered three boats on their
own account and pushed off from the
burning vessel leaviug all that mass of
human creatures pent up in a floating
hell oi tear aud agony. The sea calm,
the hatches might sorely have been
opened at the laal moment; yet the Don
Joan’s captain and hands pnt off while
the ship blazed, and while the coolies
periehed inside with frightful cries and
■creams. The scoundrel master and crew
saved their villanons lives; a junk picked
them np, and the same witness who teils
this says lhat when the twenty Chioese in
irons who were apon tbe forecastle broke
away tbeir fetters and swam towards the
jack, they were ruthlessly pushed off into
the sea to drown.
Meantime, in their awful terror, the
•nrvivora of tbQ six hundred aud fifty
five below found some means of bursting
the fore batch. Scores were by this time
killed by tbojflames or tho smoke : scores
had been'trampled down in the traazied
rush for M>* »o the upper deck. About a
hundred at last emerged from that
QWgotba of\*uguiah, and leaped at once
I into the sea. A few managed togai\ held
of spars sad floating gear, and hanfAton
these till some !i*h,ng boats picked them
np next morning. The majority were al
ready mor Ally injured when they escaped,
or were drowned or crashed by tbe tall
«t chaias and spars oi the ship. Bat at
least five hundred were-first scorched to
death, or choked and trampled dead, be
f«re the infernal prison gala was forced
by tbe breaking open of tbe hatches,
which the captain and crew had so
shamefully left fast.”
FALL OaEFaiei FUHIOU
WHITE COATS AND WBITE BATS TO
BE WORB-TROWSER LEGS TO
BE TUCKED IN TBE
[From the Cincinnati Commercial J
The humorous point* in Mr. Greeley’s
individuality, so strenuously urged as ob
jections to his candidacy, may not at last
all prove to be against him. A good in -
vestment just now would be a large sup
ply of white hate and white coats. It
would not surprise us if those articles
should in u few weeks become as fashion
able among voting citizens as Dolly Var
dan a are with the ladies; and if, also, the
style of wearing the trowserg tucked in
the boots, that appears in Nasi’* carica
ture of Farmer Greeley, were presently
found u distinguishing mark of u Liberal,
"specially on parade. We think we can
discern, not far in the future, gigantic
processions arrayed in the whit* bats and
coats of peace and good will, eigoifyiog
Greeley; and arrays of agricultural imple
ments, the whole somewhat grotepjue,
perhaps—aa the coou skins u/i I log cab
in* of ’4O were, or the torches and capes
of the Wide Awakes in ’t;o—but a sign of
tbe timae, portentous of political revolu-
The Bagltak Cotton Trade.
Mr. Hugh Mason, president of the
Manchester Chamber of Commerce,
at its quarterly meeting on the 22d,
made the following reference to the
condition of the cotton trade:
There had been, of couise, vefy
considerable prosperity in the cotton
trade during the past year, but that
prosperity was on the wane, as very
many in the trade were prepared to
say. The raw material was 70 per
cent, higher than it was exactly 12
months ago, and the cotton trade was
never profitable for a long time
when the raw material was at an un
usually high price. They knew the
factories had been partially stopped
in many districts, especially in East
Lancashire, and that profits had en
tirely disappeared. He thought he
was justified in -looking toward, un
less a change occurred which he did
not foresee, to very considerable dis
tress, to bankruptcies and composi
tions in connection with the great
cotton industry, [hear, hear.]
IBWAKII C, AADKJLMtt, Jr„
NO. U REYNOLDS SQUARE.
SAVANNAH, . GA.
Liberal Advances, Made Upoa Cotton.
a?r .CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED.
M. Karonua. A. u. mabtuims
KETCHUM ft HARTRIDGE,
Bankers & Commission Merchants
Domestic and Foreign Exchange,
Sold, Silver, ft Onftumt Money,
OUT AND SELL STOCKS, BONDB. Ac.
D RECEIVE DEPOSITS, allowing four pet
oent.intorest perannum on weekly balance, o!
COLLECTIONS MADE In this city and all
theprinoipal town, of Georgia and Florida.
Will make ADVANCES ON CONSIGN
MENTS OF COTTON. RICE, Ao.. to ourselves
or to onr Northern and European oorreepon
dsnts. \ d«ol»
g. X. SILVA, A. SCHLISIHOBB.
(Late of Washburn A Silva.)
SILVA & SCHLESINGER
SAVANNAH, GA., ' r
Financial, Mercantile and Beal
Auctioneers, Commission and
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. CORHK3-
PONHENCE invited. Stock, and Bond,
and Beal Eat >te made a apeoialty. may3 lm
JAMBS MeGRATH. I JAMES MAHER,
JAMES MeGRATH & CO.,
VHOLESALB LIQUOR DEALERS
No. 17a Hay Street, Savannah, Oa.
Gray’s Celebrated Star Ale.
Have now on band a large and
oarafully selected assortment of FIRST
CLASS LIQUORS, consisting of Irtah. Bootoh
and otber Whiskies, Wince, Brandies, 'Ao.,
which they are prepared to ttU at reasonable
J. A. MEUCIER,
And dealer in hay. coal and
Orden and con-ignments solicited and satis
apll-tf 157 BAY 8T„ SAVANNAH. GA.
WKUFVTXsL* ft GHANT,'*
bBALKRS in rbal estate,
STOCKS ADD BONDS.
ADVANCES MADE on Cotton and Country
Prodoea in hand. Offioe No. 98 Bay street,
Savannah, Ba. Dee IS-ts
Wins*, (MHgars, &c.,
SAVANNAH MACHINE SHOP
-AND- . I
IBON AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
[Corner Bay and Randolph Streets,
MONAHAN, PARRY &C 0„
Iron and Brass Founders.
Having recently improved
tneir works, desire to inform tbeir
K trolls sod the public generally, that they
ve facilities second to none iu tbe oity, ana
tre prepared to BIILDBOILEHB, ENGINES
and THRKSHBRtJ. and aU kinds of Machinery
made and repaired fit pries* as LOW as any
establishment of tho kind in the eity. Also
keep on hand a well assorted stock of
WROUGHT IKON PIPE and PIPE FIT
TIN t*S, IRON and BRASS GOODS.
Having as good Workmen as there are in the
oity. are prepared to contract for all kinds of
Boiler and general Machine work.
steam Gauges, Steam Whistles, OU gad Tal
low Oops kept constantly on band.
Iron and Bran Castings made to order.
2,000 Kegs Nails and Spikes.
200 Dozen Hoes.
10 Tons Hollow Ware.
500 Bags Shot.
100 Dozen Axes.
2,000 Lbs. Bar Lead-
ON HAND AND FOR BALE AT HARD
WARE HOUSE OF
CRAWFORD & LOVELL.
npHE UNDERSIGNED HAS IN STORE
A one of the largest stocks in the South offt
Paper*—Book and Mews;
Cards and Card Boards;
Inks, Pens, Pencils, Etc.
With unusual facilities, all orders can be
promptly filled. it. A. WfiiXAca,
91 Bay street.
Mayfifi-tf Over Thompson a Walter’s
335 BALKS PRIME NORTHERN BAY.
Landing and for sale by
JAMES F. BROWN.
W3Q H SU SUM*. „ -
FRIDAY MORNING. MAY* 10. 1872.'
For Sale or "Rent.
-■■■—rr;. --y f y ■•‘’v/.si I —a; ‘,s-..aysr»
A a „DFSIRABtE TWO-STORY
HOUSE, oontaioini bevMi Roofna, next
to the oorner of New Houston and
Lincoln streets, at moderate rent Apply 58
W est Broad, oorner H ull. apr2B-tf
'TWO FINE OFFICES OVER THE BANK
ING HOUSE of EDWARD 0. IANDERSON,
Jr;, newly painted and put in thorough order.
PoMSfaiOD given Immediately; DecSO-tl
QNE-HALF STORE NO. 158 ST. JULIAN
and 155 Bryan streets, occupied by J. P. White,
Apply te m WHYTE A HARRAL,
Sole Acts Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machines,
Febl3-tf 146 Broughton .treat,
QEVERAL LAFG'J, AIRY ROOMS, WITH
O DBe of Bath Kouui and Kitoheo, if neces
sary. Apply ct No. 72 South Broad street.
Rift A COMFORTABLE HOUSE NOVA
gft small family in Charlton street, aekt to
re»W«st Broad street, south ride, mayd-tf
MTHB WHOLE BUILDING, KNOWN
as tbe CITY HOTEL, ou Bay street, be
tween Bull and Wbitaker. Is in good or
er. containing twenty seven rooms, well
adapted for a Hotel or Boarding House.
Also, two fine STORES, same buildiog. Ap
ply to F. KKENSON, or
A. D. KRENbON,
may 1-ts Cor, Broughton and Barnard sta-
rpHREE OR FOUR ROOMS, FURNISHED
or unfurnished. Inquire at
NO. 13 BROUGHTON STREET,
may 7 lw
y ALUABLE BUILDING LOTS BETWEEN
the extension of Aberoorn and Linooln streets.
For terms, do., apply to
J. N. MAUPAB.
may7-lnri White Bluff Road.
A WHITEHALL BOAT, FOU OARED
and in good condition.
Also, a bIX OAKKD CEDAR SHELL,
valuable an a practice boat.
Information onnoerniag either of the above
Boats cun he lnd at this office. arr!3-tt
K BUILDING LOTS, ON BARNARD
v street, near Anderson : 4 Building Lota be
tween tbe extension of hull and itrayion sta..
at $260 eaoh; 10 rtuilding Lots between the ex
tension of Drayton and beroorn eta., at $225
eaoh; 100 Building Lots on th* southeast Bor
der of the city, at S2OO each; 100 Building Lota
near the southeast border of tbe oity. at SIOO
eaoh. Payments will be received ou the last
two olasaea of iota at $5 a month, or more, aa
may be desired. For terms. &c . apply to
Da. L A FaLLIGKOT,
march 26 3m Oorner Bull and * ndarson lie.
FOK SALE CHEAT- '> .‘1
4 FAMILY GIVING UP HOUBI-KBBP-,
wishes to dispese of their
Goods, consisting in a Parlor Set, Extension
Table, Chairs, Elegant Sideboard, Hat Rack, p
owi fMwiOl Stcva, Crockery and' Kitchen
Utensils, &e., Ao, all in perfect order, and just
as good aa when bought. Hive bton need only
for a oouple of months. AddNre to this oSce,
nr ny mixer te p. P. BOX 9ft. anrM-tf
lomes lerQs&BA Kills
* THOUSANDS YEARLY,
W. M. BIRD & CO.’S
OF HOMES HAPPY,
BECAUSE IT 18
Safe, Brilliant and Odorless
Wffl. HL BIRD & CQ„
Oil Depot No. 8 Whitaker Street,
•M. Y. 'jaUNDEBSON, •
Cotton F aotor
General CotiNission Merchant,
TONES’UPPER BLOCK, 170 BAY STREET
V (north aid.X Ra-aonah, Ga., dealer in
HUES, FOOL, 8188 SKINS
The HIGHEST CASH PKICES paid at all
times tor any of the above articles.
«- Refers to BENRY BRIGHAM Esq.,
President Merchants’ National Bank. myß-3m
DK. B. BiTfcV
National Tonic Beer!
ASA VERY HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS
A b©vor»go. it h&8 no equa in the world.
It is made from hop*, roota and barks* sweet
ened with the best white sugar, and is highly
It is put up only in quart champagne bot
tles, with our patent wire and fastener#
Onr patented trade mark is a red ring around
Three hnndrsd thousand bottlee of thia Bees'*
were sold in Baltimore lastyear, being drt
by all classes of people, and by the most d/iiio
ate females and ohildreo, Dr. BATES’ TOntc
BEEttwill be found for sa’e by the glrTs or
bottle, attthe Soda Water Gardens, Drug H
Saloons. Confectionery and Grocery Stores,
at the stand at the Post Office entrance
Manufactory and office at 55 Jefferson street,
near Bomh Broad, where all ordeta will/be
promptly filled. Excursions and Pic-.ics earned.
Ale, Porter, Sco.
30 CASKS JEFFRAY’S ALE. y
20 do do Porter f
10 do Coopers do.
10 do _ Bars’Ale, landing and for sale
by CLAGHORN * CUNNINGH.AM.
I. J. SOLOMONS,
NO. [8 9 BAY STBS E T
MY STOOK OF *
’ Hi®!-jiilU; fHBFHMEBT,
Glass Ware, ,
Window Glass and
Is oomplota in all the requirements cf Drug
gists, Physioians and the trade generally, and
I would oall attention of
ALL NEEDING GOOOSIN MY LINE
I AM AGENT FOR
Pirns Soia Fountain,
tuTHB CHEAPEST, MOST ECONOMIC
u 5 -■ ■
Ap.l Rosiest Managed apparatus ever invented
ust what is needed by small Drug Stores, Con
footioiiers. small Country Stores mid Bar
1 |i«P •,«<**.#** V. v «4T
furnished o J application. / *
For which I am also stout, ii tho only soap
ever invented that
Willßemove Pitch, Tar and Paint,
Will wash Flannel without shrinking: oaub*
used in HOT, COLD. HARD. SOFT or SALT
ONE POUND will wash from T - N TO FIP
TEEN DOZEN OF ORDINARY FAMILY
I ALSO OFFER THE FOLLOWING
Which have STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS
( WORM BON BONS,
CHOICE GROCER l£S !
FOR THE SEASON,
SIONSIBTING OF ALL GOODS ÜBUALLY
/ f«nnd in a first-olasa store, at LOWEST
ARKoiT PRIC.Wfi. Delivered anywhere in
the oity free of charge (of Grays'#.
aiVK US A TRIAL.
0. J. BEATTY A CO.
31 Whitaker street, between Broughton and
State nroota. doo2o-tf
P. J. BULGER, Proprietor, V
11 Bay street. Savannah.
Having a large number of first
olass Machinists and Boiler Makers in
my establishment, I am prepared to
REPAIR AND REFIT MACHINERY
with neatnets and dispatch. I keep constantly
on hand a full supply of Wrought Iron Pipe
and T'ipe Fittings from K to 4 inches.
I have altso tbe agenoy for
PATENT GOVERNOR and NIA'HRA
bTEAM PUMP. _
Tho following are a few of numerons certifi
cates in regard to the excellencies of this cele
Savann.h, March 8,1872.
We are pleased to say that the Niagara Steam
Pump, bought from yeu.gives ut entiie satisfac
tion; it lifts water twenty feet, and ksepsonr
boiler well supplied, working at ltas than one
balf speed. It bas been running five months,
and has never been ont of order.
Yours, truly. DIXON, JUHNSON A CO. .
Hkkndos, Gi„ March 27,1872. ‘
I cannot say too much in Us favor; it is no
trouble, and ruos with one-tenth part of steam
it took to other Pomp. * * * * *
Yours, very respectfully,
apr7-tf GKO. GARBUTT.
8. W. GLEA-ON. | JAMES MANNING
_WOGD & K4ANW \
ST. JULIAN ISTR«E-#'
At..trj FOR eWOOD Vk
w»t>JlAa«Tl celebrated aROKTABLE aud
STA now ARY bTEAM ENGINES. BTKaM
PUMPS, SAW MILLS. "QUEEN OF THE
SOUTH'’ CORN MILLS, and all kinds of
GENERAL MACHINERY, at manufacturers’
prices, with freight added, bUGAI. MILLS.
SUGAR FANS. &0. „ * -
Particular attention to Repairs of Machinery
of ail kind*. Seud for ciroulars and prices _
TJ AVING PURCHASED FROM MESSRS.
S~r.-.-,Ti 'j. '.a. »■»» Teni -known
is "MoAlpin’e,” we are now engaged in the
meoulaotaro of Briok aud solicit patronage.
Orders received at office, 98 Bay street, or at
■tore of fi. S. Millar, and delivered from }%rd,'
or from, wharf of MoLeod A Bro., on the CanaL
S. » MILLER.
mayi-lm W B. BOYu.
gERMONS. BY-REV. T. DkWITT TAL
° MAGE. %
A 6hadew of Dante.
Laicus: Experiences of a L*youm in a Coun
The Pastor of.tho Desert.
God—Man— Search and Manifestation.
Grip. By B. L. Faijeon.
JOHN K. COOPEE ft CO.
IDWAKI) c. AIDIKSOUp Jr.,
HO. 11 REYNOLDS SQUARE.
FORUniLT PLANTERS’: :MHK
GOLD, STOCKS, BONDS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE
•ODOHT AMIS »BLD.' Pil
/COLLECTIONS Maps AND PROMPTLY.
4-2 remitted for.aurremt rates, ilusme*
SOMBTHIHG ENTIRELY NEWI
THE PIQUE ZEPHYB HAT!
PERFECT IN FORM 1
AS LIGHT A8 A ZEPHYR I
Just tile Thing for Comfort!
Call and examime them
At 137 Congress Street.
CHAKL.E3 b. ash.
JOHN M. BUBKERT,
LOCKSMITH AND BKLL-HANGEK,
Umbrellas and Parasols Repaired.
ST. JULIAN STREET,
skcokd doob tier nr whits kes,;
Scissors and Razors Sharpened.
PAPER STOCK WANTED
JOHN KELLY WILL PAY THE HIGHEST
cash prices for. PAPER STOCK, old Books.
Rags, .Rope, Iron, Brass, Copper. Lead, and
all kinds of .old Junk. Address P. 0. Box 564,
or apply at No. 18'East Boundary street.
too BARBELS LANDING.
For sale by
aprlT eAMBSF. BROWN.
four Collars pteß annum.
SavannahsSM4jtWayft Seaboard R.K.
«=* ummer soHedule-
On and aftT MAY 16th. the following Schedule will be run: , «,
OUTWARD. \ j IxkABD
SAV'H. j ISLE OF HOPS. MONTGOMERY. IBLE OF HOPE. SAV’H.
IVAVB. j 4RIIVB. LBSVK. XUITA UU.V* AEBIVK. LEAVB. ABSII I. J
““ ■ r** 4fo A.,4~ ~TV~A M. 520 A.M 5.50 A.M
6.10 A.M. 8.40 AM. 6.4.1 d,M. 7.10 A.M. 735 A.M. 802 A.M. BCSA.M 8.35 A.M
10.10 A.M 1040 A.M. 10 45 A.M. ll 15 A M 12 00 M. U3O P.M. 12.35 P.M 105 P.M
3.25 P.M. 3.55 P.M. 4.00 PM. 430 PM 6.15 P.M. a.5.45 P.M. 5.50 P.M 6.20 P.M
710 P.M, 7.40 P.M. 7.45 P.M 8.15 PM. I
0k Busdats—The first train leaves Montgomery at 8.1; A. M.
•• •- •• •• “ •• Savannah at 1010 A. M.
On Satuiidat Nibhts—The laritrain leaves Savannah it 7.55 P. M.
Last connecting street Car leave* th* Bay 25 mlnutre iefor* departnra of trains.
Frkight must be piainlv marked and pre-paid. Claisification and rate of freight seme as
c. R. r. to station No. . wy > HcRAE ft CO., Lessees.
50 SHEETS EXTRA HEAVY
- lIT ESTUX/HISS -VAAE-XSTir.
A. W'N I N GIS,
and Dweljilg Houses made to order in the most
substantialitoanner, and in the latest styles.
and Gauze, on any style of frame desired, which
we will sell at surprisingly
Carpets, Lace Car tains, Cornice,
Picture Cords and Tassels,
And every description of Upholstery Goods always in stock.
Examine our goods befojfe purchasing.
SCHWARZ & BRADY,
S C H W A. E *Z & BEADY. |
B. D. SMYTHE’S,
1 . /
Congress and St. Julian Sheets.
T> EFRIGERATORB. THI -VICTOR DRY
AVnIR,” with Water Cooler Attachment
ICE CHESTS, tho most imp rowed makes.
ANT PROOF SAFES, tba best artiole of th*
ICE CREAM FREEZERS. 2. 3. 4. 8.1 and 10
PORCELAIN LINED snd PLAIN WATER
COOLERS, from VA to 10 Gallons.
WIRE DISH COVERS. Round sad OvaL
ICE and CLARET PITQHER9.
SPONGE AND HIP BATHS.
HANGING BASKETS. Rurtio and Wire
CROQUET SETJ, from $4 50 urward
MOCKING BIRD AND CAHARY CAGES.
Purohastd before tho reoont advance la prim
French CHINA DINNER SERVICE. 145
pieoes foe (42 50.
Frenoh CHINA TBA SET. 44 vines, fl 00
French CHINA GOLD BAND TBA SET, *i
piet>ea, $9 50.
Elegant Vases and Fancy Good*
Will be sold at -4 '
I'HPBEi eOISTEDLY LOIVPBI«68.
EL D. S WYTHE,
may 5-ts Congress and St. J alien streets,
H. O. HOUSTON,
Bull Street, Under Masdtio Hall,'
IS NOW OPENING HIS SPRINGSTOC’K (ft
Pattern Bonnets and lata
and FANCY GOODS.
iThe ladiea are invited to hia elf
cant and immense stock now on exhibition.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. ALSO. ALL
kinds of BTITCHING. By experienced
Sempstresses. An extensive assortment ol
MIL.LIKEHY GOODS on hand All o>de‘*
executed In the best of style and workmanship
and at the .hottest noHoe. E MUBm
Broughton at., bet. Whitaker and Barnard.
DeWITT & MORGAN.
pOPLIN ‘DRESS GOODS AT REDIKED
White Piqnee, at 25o<*ts—a»o4,
i Rioh'brxanlte Dol'y Vardsn Muslins,
* Rich Organdie Robes,
Japanese Poplins and Silks, very cheap.
, Vers rich Paris Bareges,
„ Froecb Cambrics D. V. in Black and Col
ored Grounds. _ ,
’ T-mv-v. Linen Lawns, new styles, Ac., Ac.
mays -H, ’WaWIfT * MowgaN.
My Mewtlllnstreted Catalogue oil
lOBEB AN6 BEDDINGS IPLANTS,
OATAXiOnUE 07 SEEDS
Now ready and
■riled Free to All Applicants.
Address. ROBERT J. HALLIDAY,
Florist mad Seedsman. Baltimore city. Md.
Dwsemzum fqjl breath.
HEALKNG AND HABDENiNO
STUBS WITHOUT A SIYALI
f T CONTAINS NOTHING IN.rtjftJ9<*;3,
L and we aan. with plea#,re. refer you to
vell-knewn Medical men Os this and other
oideeT lt isms UP is elegant enamelled Mass
boxes at fifty costs perlbox. Prepared and for
sal* by ’
JL F. ULMER, M. D., Druggist,
COR. BROUGHTON AND HOUSTON STS..’
can, OATS, BAY, ftS,
fnon wßiAfiau stork.
100 BALES PEIME
For sale by
No. 73H Bftjr street
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
Hrug & Co.’s
Which is acknowledged by oonneiascurs to bo
the BR3T brand of ChampsEoe made.
W • are the only authorised agente for Geor
gia. South Carolina aud Florida, aud are able
S offer EIBKRAL INDUCBMBNTB to the
trade. J* MoGRATH A CO.#
apr6 ts No 175 »ay street.
AndersonlStreet, Corner of Whitaker,
WILL FURNISH ICE CREAM, SODA
WATER. &»-. t» families, pioaios, par
ties. *c. at the eh rtest notioo
Orden handed to the street car conductors
sill be promptly filled aorfO-Jw
SOAP AND CANDLES. „
200 B° xss ß F a A p MIIiY 1 AND BALT
1 apriti 87IBay stmt.
tfO H¥.ARZ & B R A. ID Y .1