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The gentlemen of the South have a great fondness for jewelry, canes, cigars, and dogs.
Out of forty white men thirty-nine, at least, will have canes, and on Sunday the fortieth will have one also.
White men rarely work here.
There are, it is true, tailors, merchants, saddlers, and jewelers, but the whites never drive teams, work in the fields, or engage in what may be termed rough work.
Judging from the number of stores and present stocks, Huntsville, in the better times, does a heavier retail jewelry business than Cleveland or Columbus.
Every planter, and every wealthy or even well-to-do man, has plate.
Diamonds, rings, gold watches, chains, and bracelets are to be found in every family.
The negroes buy large amounts of cheap jewelry, and the trade in this branch is enormous.
One may walk a whole day in a Northern city without seeing a ruffled shirt.
Here they are very common.
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