S vrntI)AYEVKXIX<i, AIMtH-O.
A inillionire is worth about two
I'X'S of gold.
Old cider is now made oi sulphuric
;11, sugar of lead and rain water.
A California hotel has a vase label
od 2th picks.
In Nebraska, courtships are said to
av-rage three hours and a bait in
Leavenworth has a divorce suit
St vied Jelly vs. Jelly. Family jars
“Absence makes the heart grow
fonder —of sombody else,” sensibly
a Ids a young lady lriend ot ours.
Judy’s shop boy won't get up in
the morning. lie says it is sleep
A Western lawyer included in his
bill against his client: ‘‘To waking
up in the night and thinking about
your case, five dollars.
“If you don't give me a dime,” said
a young hopeful to his mamma, <k l
know a boy who’s got the measles,
ami I'll go and catch them.”
A Michigan editor dislocated his
•w in the other day in putting on a
•loan shirt. He hadn’t tried it for so
long a time that he had entirely lost
die “knack" of it.
\ o-roccr recently had a pound of
sugar returned, with a note stating
that it contained too much sand for
table use, and not enough for bund
A young widow was asked why
she was going to get married so soon
alter the death of her first husband.
‘•(), la!” said she. “1 do it to pre
vent fretting myself to deathon ac
count of dear Tom.
A woman raised to the third power
of widowhood has the photographs
of her three departed lords in a group,
with a vignette of herself in the cen
tre, and underneath is the inscription,
“The Lord will provide.
Os Mill Cos
IS THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
S .A. V j3L INT IKT J9l 3EH „
They are now without doubt ex
hibiting the largest and best assorted
3>7 o % i o 33. m
Ever offered in Savannah
Should ex: mine the
S3 W Q> O XSLS!
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Varda ■inm'kain'mrectory at iSooenh per line for
G, FAI.LIGANT. GENERAL COLLECTOR
VF* amt House Agent, 1 *2O State Street.
ftHAS. E. WAKEFIELD, PLUMBER, GAS
VJ and Steam Fitter, No. lU£ Lull Street.
Du. PATTON. BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
, HI Bay Street, (up stairs.)
David weisbein, ioo brougiiton st~
Dealer in Dry Goods and Notions. Great
Bargains from New York Auctions, received by
every Steamer, to which lie calls the attention of
IAOR THE LATEST NOVELTIES IX HATS,
' Caps and Straw Goods gti to Chas. B. AdiV
137 Congress Street.
T 11. & W. CREIGHTON, DEALERS IN
fj . Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, X'c., 1-ib Congress
LUDDEN & BATES, PIANOS, ORGANS
and Music. Publishers Southern Musical
Journal. Broughton Street.
M AGILE & EVER ITT. RAILROAD AND
Steamboat supplies. No. 150 Bryan Street.
McConnell s restaurant and euro
pean House, lid 118 Bryan Street.
I) A. WALLACETTtaTIONER, NO. 91 BAY
\ VALENTINE BASLER, MARKET SQUARE
V House, 174 Bryan Street.
\T7M. EVANS. PLUMBER, AND GAS FITTER
M No. 117 Broughton Street.
CLOTHING AT COST !
NO. 130 BROUGHTON ST.
TN CONSEQUENCE OF ILL HEALTH. AND
A with a view to closing up his business in the
GEO. S. NICHOLS
Will offer bis fine stock of ready made Clothibg at
Cost. There i* no better or’finer stock in the
city. 00 Dozen STA.iI SHIRTS, ail sizes. 8-1-1 in
McKEE & BENNETT, ~
Carriages, Buggies, Harness, ete.
Cor. West Broad and Bay Sts,,
At this cxeemsive Repository and Manufactory
will also be found a large variety of all the m■•■ft
CARRIAGES,ROC KAWAYS &I3 UGGIES
Now in use. Ail work sold and warranted at this
establishment will be protected.
Plantation Wagons always on hand. Repairing
executed in the best manner, and at reasonable
sHL H $ nil Ki Tt MeJ HLw I
JU LI U S K OOX , Proituetol?,
Aiwa vs keep on hand a supnlv of the best-
C II A M P AGNES. ALES,
Wines, Liquors, Sugars, &c., &c.
j S'S?'” Drop in between the acts. MarUf
FFRRMQnM ? niynN
j i Cl! UUJ Uli (X UIkU si ,
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138 BROUGHTON STREET.