p/ < H. A. STULTS & CO.
Importers and Dealers in Whiskies,
Brandies, Gins, Bums, Wines, Etc.
We would remind merchants artd plan
ters of the fact that they will find it deCi
• :edly to their pecuniary advantage to give
he advertisement of Messrs. H. A. Stults &
Co. a careful perusal before laying in their
supplies for the fall and winter trade. It
will be seen by reference to the same that
that enterprising firm is, as usual, well sup
plied with a large and well assorted stock
of Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Rums, Wines,
Cordials, Bitters, Ales, Porters, etc., in cases
and casks for the ensuing season. These
goods are all put up especially for the
Southern trade, and Messrs. Stults & Co.’s
facilities for purchasing are such as'to ena
ble them to place their goods on the mar
ket at the, very lowest figures. They, in
addition to importing goods on a large j
scale, buy all of their Native Wines and 1
Liquors from the distilleries direct, and
purchase in such large quantities as to ob
tain the very lowest cash figures, and, also,
the lowest rates of freight, which, of course,
enables them to place their goods on the j
market under advantageous circumstances.
For reliability and strict business integrity,
the house of H. A. Stults & Co. stands sec
ond to none in the South. Hence, those
who favor them with their patronage.may
rely on getting all of the advantages of the
market, as well as the lowest rates of
freight, and, as the cold spell is not very
far off, we would call attention to Stults &
Co.’s celebrated Rock and Rye, 'or those
unfortunates who suffer-from coughs, colds,
etc., during the .fall and winter season.
See their advertisemeat.
ALLEN & LINDSAY.
Dealers in Fine, Medium, and Common
Furniture, Carpets, Etc.
Messrs. Allen & Lindsay’s extensive
Furniture and Carpet House, on Broughton
street; has long since been recognized as
one of the-institutions of our city, and the
large stoqk of goods which these gentlemen
are now- receiving in store, speaks well for
their determination that well
. earned reputation. There is not a family
in the Union that is not somewhat inter
ested in the furniture trade, and we would
call the special attention of those within
the radius 4>f our commercial territory to
the advertisement of Messrs.’Allen & I.ind
- say, which will be found in another column,
Mr. Allen, the senior member of the firm,
is now making a tour of the principal fac
tories in the Northern and Western cities
with a view to laying before his customers,
at an early date, one of the largest and
most complete stocks of Furniture and Car
pets ever offered in our State. They are
determined to allow their customers to se
lect from a stock calculated to meet the
wants of all, whether it be a fine, medium,
or common set of Furniture; from a single
chair to a complete outfit for an entire
house. They are also prepared to exhibit
i Carpets, Rugs, etc;, of aj! .styles, grades,
and prices. Parties visiting our city, or
passing through to other markets, are in
vited to examine each department of
Messrs. Allen & Lindsay’s business, and
they feel satisfied that they can make both
terms and prices to suit those who desire
CRAWFORD A LOVELL.
Importers and Dealer in Hardware,
Cutlery, Agricultural Implements,
Dealers in Hardware and Agricultural
Implements may well be'set down as the
most important friends of country mer
chants and planters, for it is to that class of i
trade that they look to for the latest im
provements in Agricultural Implements
and everything else pertaining to the tillers
of the soil. This branch of trade, now i
one of the largest, and certainly one of the i
most important in our city, seems to in
crease as each season rolls in, and we are
pleased to note that it is ably represented |
by the well-known house of Crawford &
Lovell, and their well-filled shelves and
store-room is conclusive evidence that this
enterprising firm is determined that there
shall be no scarcity of goods in their line
of trade this season. Their stock is now
complete in every respect, and embraces
all of the latest novelties in Hardware,
Cutlery, Sporting Goods, Fishing Tackle,
etc.; also all of the latest improvements in
Agricultural Implements, while in their
Armory can be seen all of the very latest
improved Guns, Rifles, Pistols, etc. They
are also agents for the celebrated Miami
Powder Company’s Sporting, Ducking, |
Diamond Grain, Cannon, Mining, and
Blasting Powder. The above mentioned
lines of goods, in connection with a com
plete stock of Turpentine Tools, enables
Messrs. Crawford & Lovell to boast of
one of the largest and most complete stocks
of goods in their line of trade in our State.
THE NOVELTY IRON WORKS,
John Rourke, Proprietor.
A glance at our advertising columns will
convince any one that our Savannah me
chanics are a wide-awake set of men, and
are determined to contribute their full share
towards the prosperity of our city. Promi
nent among those, we would call the atten
tion of our readers to the advertisement of
Mr. John Rourke, proprietor of the Novelty
Iron Works in this city. Mr. Rouke has
had many years’ experience in his line of
trade, and by referring to his advertise
ment, it will be seen that he is now ready
to receive orders for anything in the shape
of Machinery, Castings, etc. He also pays
particular attention to manufacturing Sugar
Mills and Sugar Pans. Read his adver
tisement, and if in need of anything in his
branch of industry, you will find that your
orders by mail will receive the same atten
tion they would if you were ordering in
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Agricultural Depot, 190 and 192 St.
Julian Street, Savannah, Ga.
A glance into the large establishment of
; Mr. George W. Parish, at Nos. 190 and
192 St. Julian street, will convince any one
that he is certainly looking out for the
agricultural interest of our section of the
country, for the large stock of Plows, Hoes,
and Agricultural Implements generally,
which he now has on exhibition, leaves no
doubt whatever as to Savannah’s ability to
cope successfully with rival cities, both as
to price and manufacture of articles in the ‘
line of Agricultural Implements, and those j
who linger blindly on the doubting side, I
' need only send to Mr. Parish for his price
lists for the fall trade, in order to be con
vinced of their erroneous impression. Mr. I
I Parish also has on hand a complete stock 1
. j of Sugar Mills and Sugar Pans, which he '
I is now offering at as low prices as can be '
j obtained anywhere. Another important '
feature of this indispensable establishment
is the manufacturing of Grist Mills, to j
which Mr. Parish has turned his attention, i
and is now prepared to Turn out the cele- j
brated Green’s Vertical Grist Mills]
fropi his shops, ajd their reputation for ex- 1
cellence and durability is too well known to
the farmers of our 'section to need any
further endorsement. Send for Price Lists,
1 and post yourself as to anything heeded in >
Mr. Parish’s line of trade.
WYLLY A CLARK.
Dealers in School and Miscellaneous
Books, Foreign and Domestic Sta
tionery, Pens, Pencils, Law Books,
Messrs. Wylly & Clark announce in an- I
other column that they are now ready with
a large and well assorted stock of School 1
1. ooks, .Literary Works, Stationery, of all .
kinds and o the latest styles, Gold Pens, !
Pencils, and, in fact, everything usually
found in a first-class Book and Stationery
Store. They are also sole agents for the
American' Book Exchange of New York,
.which company has recently created quite ;
la revolution in the literary world by their j
cheap editions -of standard books. Just
NOVELTY IRON WuRKSI
JOHN ROURKE, Prop'r,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER.
NO. 2 BAY ST., OPPOSITE GAS WORKS,
SAVANNAH, - - GA,
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS
|of every description at lowest possible prices. Also dealer in NEW and SECOND
I W SUGAR MILLS AND PANS A
H Our Mills are manufactured in the best pos-
Jble manner, with heavy wrought shaft' and
'rnnTiTY' charcoal iron, and are warranted for one
vear. All orders promptly executed and siA’sfaction guaranteed
» Ac ’ Parties should send for my price lists, which are now ready, be-
ll 111 fore purchasing elsewhere.
Henry A. Stults. Chas. E. Stults.
IJ. A . STULTS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALL GRADES OF
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, RUMS
We keep on hand a large and well selected stock of Case Goods
Os all Kinds etnci Descriptions
Put up especially for the Southern Market.
Wines,Cordials, Bitters, Syrups, Ales, Porters,&c
We keep constantly on hand a full stock of PORT and SHERRI 7 , in casks and cases . also, CALI
FORNIA WINES and BRANDIES, CORDIALS, BITTERS, ALES, PORTERS, SYRUPS, COCKTAILS,
and PUNCHES. A full assortment of BOTTLES, FLASKS, CORKS, etc. We guarantee our goods as
We are now offering a large and well selected Stock of Goods
PURCHASED DIRECT FROM DISTILLERS.
And any orders with which our patrons may see fit to favor us, will meet with prompt and careful
Give us a trial and we guarantee satisfaction.
OFFICE AND STOKE 131 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
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SAVANNAH, GA., MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1880.
think, for instance, of gating the Life of
Burns for three cents? or Mary, Queen
of Scots, for the same price, and the Life .
of Christ (bound in cloth) for fifty cents, T-
At those prices there can’t be any scarcity ’
of interesting reading matter in this coun- '•
try. Send to Wylly *& Clark for price 1
JAMES S. SILVA.
Crockery, China and Glassware.
We would now call the attention
of country merchants and planters
to the advertisement’of Mr. J. S.
Silva, dealer in Crockery, China
and Glassware, in ‘which particu
lar line we are pleased to note that
he has laid in a stock of goods for
the Fall trade, which, for size and
assortment, can’t be equaled, in the
State. Mr. Silva has been en-
I gaged in the Crockery trade in our
city for thefiast twhnty-three-years,
and his long experience in that
line, in connection With other facili
! ties, enables him to buy his goods,
at very low figures, hence he can
sell on the same terms on which he
buys, viz: “at the very lowest
market prices.” Being a direct
importer, and having made excel
lent arrangements with some of the,
most celebrated potters of Europe,
he enjoys facilities for catering to
the wholesale trade that very few
■in his line can boast of, and we
would call the special attention of
merchants and planters to that im
portant point. His wholesale de
partments on the second and third
I floors, are well filled with an ■ im
mense stock of (jrockery, China,
Glassware, Lamp® of all kinds,
Table Cutlery, Tip ware, Wooden
ware, and in fact a-full line of house
furnishing goods.: The country
merchants, who visit our city with
a view to laying in their Fall and j
> Winter stock, should not fail to
i give him a call and inspect his
•wholesale department, for they may
rest assured that there they can
select from one of the best stocks
in the Southern States, and we
would call their particular attention
to the fact that Mr. Silva offers to
duplicate, as a whole, any bill in
his line bought in the Northern or
Western markets. Read his ad
WYLLY & CLARKE
(Successors to John M. Cooper & C 0.,)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SCHOOL Alffl BOOKS.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC STATIONER!,
LAW & MEDICAL WORKS
Comer Whitaker and St. Julian Sts.,
Go'd and Steel Pens, Gold Pencil Cases
Foreign and Domestic Writing Paper,
I lank and Copying Books, Copying and !
■’ Seal Presses, Copying, Writing and Indeli- i
; ble Inks, Envelopes of all kinds, Porfolios, |
< Writing Desks, Chess and Backgammon
; Boards, Dominoes, Croquets, Playing, Vis- -
iting and Printers’ Cards, Gum Labels, :
Seal Wax, Rubber Bands, Pen Knives,
Drawing and Tracing Paper.
FLAT AND LEDGER PAPER
Full Stock always on hand.
Mathematical and Surveyors’ Instruments,;
Port Monies, etc.
THE LITERARY REVOLUTION.
Standard works complete at astonishi. gly
Macaulay’s Life of Frederick the Great.
Price three cents.
Carlyle’s Life of Robert Burns.- Price
f. three cents. - • •
Light of Asia, by Edwin Arnold.'!
Price five cents.
Thos. Hughes’s Manliness of Christ. I
Price three cents.
John Stuart Mills’s Chapters on Soci
alism. Essays of exceed-ng interest and
importance. Price three cents.
Baron Munchausen. His travels and
Surprising Adventures. Price five cents.
Mary Queen of Scots’ Life, by Lamer
;tine. Price three cents.
; Vicar of Wakefield. By Oliver Gold
jsmith. Price five cents.
' Bunnan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. Price
Private Theatricals. By author of
“ Sparrowgrass Papers.” Price two cents. '
Stories and Ballads For Young
1 Folks. By Ellen Tracy Alden; with very
fine illustrations. Price five cents.
Leaves From the Diary of and Old
Lawyer. Short stories of thrilling, laugha
ble. pathetic interest. Price three cents.
The above works will be furnished at the
[.above mentioned prices, by
WYLLY & CLARKE.
Sole Agents of the American Book Ex- ;
! change, of New York.
I S i ~ HY
c HI cKE RINc ‘ IHWir-r
The Only Wholesale M; -ic House in
the Southern Mate-.
I SBECT I® MSS.C INB,
AT O IB M’ RATES.
Nos. 142 and 143 Congress St.,
To which we removed July Ist, we
Special Whcksah Depute
FOR THE SALE OF
Violins, Violincellos, Guitars.
Banjos, Tambourines, Drums,
Accordions, Concertinas, Flu
tinas, Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets.
Harmonicas, Bones, Music
Boxes, Musical Albums. Trim
Finest Italian Strings,
* And every description of
All of which we can offer at lowest
j New York jobbing rates. We im
port direct through Savannah and
! New York Custom Houses, and can
compete with any house in the
i trade. We are after the Whole
sale Music Trade of the South, and
are bound to have it. Merchants
visiting Savannah are requested to
I call and examine our stock.
PM 1 DH
AT WHOLESALE RATES.
Merchants who buy Pianos and
Organs to sell again, will find our
rates the lowest in the United
States. We control Agencies for
nearly all leading instruments for
all this section of the South, and
can favor merchants to and un
usual degree. When in the city,
i don’t fail to interview us and our
HANDSOME NEW STORE
Ludden & Bates.