Evening journal. (Savannah, Ga.) 1871-18??, April 06, 1872, Image 1
EVENING JOURNAL. VOL. 2. Issued for Gratuitous Distribution in the Theatre, Hotels, Restaurants, Business Houses, Depots, &c. (!' vcni nc, #onv na 1. PUBLISHED DAILY BY W .M.SNEED&CO. Wm. ?I. Sneed. Allan Cjiamcey. 'rates OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square one week - £2 00 1 " two weeks - - - 050 1 ki tinge “ - - - 450 1 one month - - - GOO Advert lament.* occupying more space than one ear. a re. and for a longer time than one month will he inserted at reasonable rates. ODDS. Liiigard is in Montgomery. Mrs. Oates is in Washington this we eh. Talcing a drop too much—Hanging ones self. Dare-pa itcsfi is at the Academy of Music, New Vork. ihe \\ yiuinam Comeuy i roupe are \-laying in New (Means. Miss Liza Welter and her blondes are in Philadelphi. Miss Helen D’Este will appear at the Savannah Theatre on the 11th instant. Some married people always go to bed quarreling, yet they never fall out. Emil Kitterhaus, the most eminent of .the young poets of Germany, has made himself ridiculous by a poem on Labe Erie, in which lie talks about the palm trees and alligators of that region. A negro preacher at a Georgia camp meeting told Ills hearers that they could never enter heaven with whiskey bottles in their pockets, and urged them to “bring ’em right up to the pulpit, and he would offer ’em a sacrifice to do Lord.” It was done, but the preacher was found incapable when the "hour for tvAdv.g service' nr SAVANNAH, GA., SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL <!, is7i>. PICTURE FRAME & r X* <3 27L 1H . COR. ST. JULIAN ST., ttni JOHNSON SQUARE. Mars-Im SAVANNAH POWDER, ipOR CLEANSING BEAUTIFYING AND I’RE- I serving the Teeth, deodorizing foul breath, and healing and hardening the gum*. stamN wit e out a rival. It contains frothing iabuLHis ui\d v, ■ can with pleasure refer you to wel t known medi cal men of tin* and other cities. It i~* put up in elegant enameled glas* boxes, at fifty cent* per box. Prepared and for sale br 15. F. ULMER’.‘M. I).. Druggbt, h-:N Ini Gov. Broughton and Houston sts., Snvh. *i ) ER 1-TM ER. Y. H ri' 11 E rXDIMWIGXEI) RESPECTFULLY x culls the attention of ins friend' and the pi b lie generally, to a full line of choice Perfumery of hi> own manufacture, which can be had a: hi j)!ace oh business, corner Broughton and Houston streets, or at Mw-mm. T. X. Timas A G >'s.. Bull and Broiu htoi. streets. :'>-•!»J:n B. Jf. ULM MR, pntg^ist. IS/TspT.lmT IHLUXEUY 18/2 JL JFZ Izi. 7. "V ±E JD A T KKOUSKOFFLS—STRAW GOODS F> It A Ladies and Gidldreu. At KROVSKOFF'S FLOWERS—C‘.of Evened and American Flowers. At KROUSEOFF'S —RIPBOXS —Carlo::' .a desirable shades. At KROUSXOIVS —LACE GOODS—I afant-.- L: - v sap sand It. i cues. At KROUSKOUF’S— I Tlte largest and best lb* sorted gtociLcwer brought to tills city, j At KROUSivOFF'S —Millinery Good* sold at New York prices. S. KROITSKOEFS MILLINERY EST ABLISIMENT, 5 SOltn 24G X-R Congress st., near 'Whitaker. _ bokneWs TliY OUR Patunt Yoke Shirts, Sl 75 and $2 .7). THEY ARE TIIE i5EST, CHEAPEST, AND MOST PERFECT FITTING SHIRTS IN THE WOULD. Ic BROUGHTON ST. ±3 O uST In E 'ST 5 to NEW MUSIC’! .!! ' r UKCEIV ED AT LUDDEN& BATES s- .ncs : Forever I'ease s ■ ’ All at Hone McXjiugliton hi My Own. My Love Milliard Sof.lv Rat gth ‘ Bells of Heaven... .C’alliu Thy Voice D Xear UW right on My Golden < !;y> Barnabv IN'TIU MIATAI. I Fairy Tale Waltz/** Strangg 75 Prince limperial Galop Cooie ■ * Norma Lpj bach O' Hortensia Waltz Lange Remini'ceucc' of Mignon Berge 5-5 l\v SPECIALITY. no YOU WANT A GOOD II AT OR GAP, IF So go to Ciias w E3- jsk.&£x’sE* 137 (T)X(iKKSS STREET: lie has the best a-sovnuem in the city. A «•* did line of Straw (Foods. now ready. Os! ■/ yiitC I.'oned and renovated at f * OlLii f|M » w shortest noticco at I'M Cong: street. - S-I.M To THE LADIES! r is;-; • to ea oitii tujj l.umks w sawii- A* IvAlI and viciuby. tinu lam selling' out my end a stock now on bund *2? cost: In order to dost up the business of (OF Lb e MERTZ, with :i view to opening a large SPRING STOCK! Aid continuing the business at the old stand in ; . own name. DRESS TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, GLOVES, LACKS. EMBROIDERIES, CORSETS, Re., AT COST! ISAAC S. COHEN, 4-2 ini Surviving Partner. SILKS! SILKS! FIXE BLACK SILKS. PLAIN and FANCY COLORED SILKS. OPERA KID GLOVES. DOLLY VARDKN BOWS and SCARFS. FANCY DRESS GOODS. Full Line FRENCH ORGANDIES. LINEN DRESS GOODS. Just received nt 4? :e p P E If 5 8 . IJI COD CA i.ESS STREET. SOMMSY'O NO. Ki.