The Savannah Daily Herald.
THURSDAY. AUGUST M, 1803.
The Pirate Shenandoah.
II *r Depredations Among
the Whaling: Fleet.
The Bark Pearl, of Nett' Xiondon,
Sas Francisco, July 21, 1865.
The latest accounts from thy Shenandoah
are to the afternoon of the 2M of June, when
she was near Cape Tirad ileus, steering north
west, towards where a fleet of sixty whalers
were known to be previously.
Capt. Nye had left the bark Milo during
a fog, in a small boat, for the purpose of
warning the fleet of the danger. The Milo
also spoke a French whaler, which imme
diately put away towards the fleet, having
considerable start of the Shenandoah.
While the Shenandoah was at Ascension
Island in April, she burned the New London
bark Pearl, the New Bedford ship Young
Hector, besides a San Francisco and u
Hawaian whaler. She next burned the New
Bedford bark Abigail in Ocbotsk Sea, then
the Thompson in Kamtschalka Sea, and then
reveral New Bedford whalers, as reported
yesterday in Anedair Sea, where she arrived
on the 2oth of June.
It was feared that unless the French ships
open whale boat could succeed in warning
the fleet all would be captured as the Shen
andoah knew exactly where to And them.—
They were hovering along the southern edge
of the ice fields, drawing closer together as
the ice drifted towards Behring Strait,
through which they are seeking a passage to
the Arctic zone, as the ice permits.
There being no efficient government war
vessel nearer this port than Acapulco, the
merchants are circulating a petition to the
Navy Yard commandant, asking him to te e
graph to Washington for permission to
charter and arm the steamer Colorado and
despatch her immediately in pursuit of the
The Mla.laalppi Convention.
New Orleans, Friday, Aug. 17.
The Times lias a special despatch from
Jackson, Miss., dated to-day, giving the pio
ceedings of the Mississippi Convention.
An ordnance ratifying all judicial proceed
ings in the courts, including all judgments,
decrees, deeds and indictments ; also ratify
ing all marriages, contracts and sales ; also
ratifying all State laws passed during the
war, was passed to a first reading.
An ordnance prohibiting the Legislature
from passing any law imposing any civil dis
ability, or punishment, or forfeiture of estate
upon any citizens engaged in the late war
with the United States, or for the political
opinions occasioned therebj’, was also passed
to a first reading.
A memorial was adopted to be presented
to the President of the United States, pray
ing him not to garrison the State with negro
troops, which was referred to Gen. Oster
baus, to lie by him forwarded to the Presi
A memorial was also presented praying
that steps be taken in behalf of Jefferson
Davis and Gov. Ciark.
The Constitutional Committee made a re
port that such change be made in the consti
tution of the State as will hereafter prevent
slavery or involuntary servitude except for
crime, aud striking out all portions of the
old constitution relating to slavery.
An ordinance was also reported providing
for the election of Congressmen, members of
tbe Legislature, Governor and other State
officers on the first Monday in October, io
serve two years ; also providing that all ju
dicial and ministerial officers, now in office,
shall continue to hold their offices for the
remainder of their unexpired terms.
Tbe second committee also presented an
ordinance ratifying all the acts of the State
officers not made in aid of the recent war,
and not inconsistent with the Constitution
of the United Slates and the State of Mis
Both reports will be adopted.
Convention of the “Radical" Democracy of
Ohio — Their Nominations and Platform — The
War again Pronounced a Failure — Prospect »
of the Movement.
(Special Dispatch to the New York Tribune,]
Columucs, 0., Aug. 17, 1866.
The Radical wing of the Democracy held
a convention to-day and effected an indepen
dent organization. A State ticket, headed
by Alexander Long for Governor and Chilton
A. White for Lieutenant-Governor, was nom
The platform indorses State sovereignty to
the fullest extent; denies the right of the
General Government to raise armies by con
scription ; protests against the suspension of
the writ of habeas corpus; declares Military
Commissions to be only Vigilance Commit
tees : opposes public debt, national banks
and paper currency; favors uniform taxation
and tree trade: denies the right of the Gov
ernment to emancipate slaves; condemns
negro suffrage; denounces General Cox's
colonization scheme, and closes with a de
claration that the Western Democracy has
been divided on these doctrines, and that
success can only be reached by reconstruct
ing the party on the basis of State sover
The speakers all declared the war a failure,
because it had settled nothing.
The new party is already strongly organ
ized in several sections of the Slate, and is
being led by earnest and determined men.
The regular Democratic Convention will
be held next week.
Proposed Work or ilie Northwestern
rimhm iu Aid C'ommiiisioii.
The Chicago Tribune says: “The North
western Freedmen’s Aid commission is en
gaged in extending relief to the freedmen
incidentally to that extended by the govern
ment through the Freedmen’s Bureau Its
relations to the work of the Freedmen's Bu
reau correspond with those of ihe late Sani
tary aDd Christian Commissions to the War
Department. The Freedmen’s Bureau has
taken hold in earnest of the labor question
of the South, with the purpose to see ,
“1. That the negro is not enslaved.
“2. That he has an opportunity to work
for fair wages.
“3. That the master who refuses him
such opportunity shall have his plantation
taken from him and worked by the treed
4. That when given this opportunity, the
negro shall work, and if he fails to do so,
shall be made to work like any other vagrant
by being punished for his vagrancy.
“The labor question, therefore, in all its
aspects and phases is assumed by the Freed
men’s Bureau, and under its management
we can assure our readers that there is no
more pauperism or suffering among south
ern blacks than among Northern whites.
The blacks are naturally little inclined either
to pauperism or beggary ; on the cooirary
they will choose many humiliating employ
ments to gain a living honestly, while the
whites of the South are not unfrequently of
the North as well, and far more ready to en
ter upon a vicious or dishonest calling rather
than adopt an avocation entirely houest but
bumbling to one’s pride.
Aliziuno the Text. —An anecdote is toid
. tut: Bishop oLExeter, England. The scene
18 a c^ urc b * roquay; the Bishop is pre
sent, but officiating, and he sits with the con
fnrff 1 ,' 011 r rhe officiating clergyman vec
to ear * P° lile the Phrase “Eat
it “ (umrt,. lhelr o " n l ' amuf di°n.” He reads
geticallv'ov D ? l ' 0 “' A voice *• beard ener
whole rhn^ WmiDg ’ “Damnationl” The
pXne eZet'o But il “ not *
the Bishop L r l „Z y he r W ’ U l ® th * voice of
later. P rebu kc of the officiating mia-
TMK AJfDIBMSOXVtLLK TORTURK.
Uurieitsd IpKlfliatlasi Against Hen.
The following are the charges and specifi
cations against Capt. Henry Wertz, keeper
of the rebel prison at Andersonville :
Ciarge —Violation of the laws of War.
Specification l.—ln this that Henry Wertz,
at Andersonville, in the State ol Georgia,
continuously from the Ist day of March,
1864, to the 10th day of April, 1865, then
and there being an officer in the military
service of the so-called Confederate States of
America, of the rank of Captain, and as such
officer, then and there being commandant of
a prison there located by the authority of
tbe so-called Confederate States, for confine
ment of prisoners of war taken and held by
said so-called Confederate States, from the
armies of the United Slates of America, was,
as such commaudant, then and there fully 1
clothed with competent authority, and in I
duty bound to treat, care and _ provide for j
such persons belonging to the United States i
as were or might be placed in bis custody as i
prisoners of war, according to the laws and :
usages of war, which he then and there well
knew, but he, the said Henry Wertz, wilful- |
ly anil maliciously, designing and contriving j
to impair and injure the healty and de-troy ;
the lives of such persons in his custody as j
prisoners of war, did, during the time afore- j
said, in violation of his duty in that regard,
and in furtherance of bis said evil design,
confined a large number of such prisoners oi j
war, belonging to the United States, to the I
amount ot thirty thousand men. in un i
healthy and unwholesome quarters, in .
a close and small area of ground,
wholly inadequate to their wants aud des
tructive of their health, which he well knew
and intended, and while there confined du
ring tbe time aforesaid did, in furtherance of
his evil design, wilfully and maliciously ne
glect to furnish tents, barracks, or other
shelter sufficient for their protection from tut-
inclemency of winter, and the dews and
burning sun of summer, and with such evil
intent did take and cause to be taken from
them clothing, blankets and camp equipage
of which they were possessed at the time of
being placed in his custody ; and with like
malice and evil intent, did refuse to furnish
or cause to lie furnished, food, either of a
quality or quantify sufficient to preserve
health and sustain life, and refuse and neglect
to furnish wood sufficient for cooking in sum
mer, and to keep the said prisoners warm in
winter; and did compel the said prisoners to
subsist upon unwholesome food, and that in
limited quantities, entirely inadequate to sus
tain health, which is well known ; and did
compel the said prisoners to use unwhole
some water, with tbe filth and garbage of
the prison and prison guards, whereby the
said prisoners became greatly reduced in
their bodily strength, and emaciated and in
jured in their bodily health—their minds
impaired and their intellects broken, and
many of them whose names are unknown,
sickened and died by reason thereof, which
the said Henry Wertz then and there well
knew and intended, and so knowing and
evilly intending, (lid refuse and neglect to
provide proper lodgings, food or nuiriinei.t
tor sick and necessary medicine and medical
attendance for restoration of their health; and
did knowingly, wilfully and maliciously in
furtherance ot bis evil designs permit them
to languish and die for want of care aud plo
tter treatment, and when dead the said
Henry Wertz, still pursuing his evil purposes,
did permit to remain iu the* said prison
among the emaciated sick and languishing
living, the bodies of tbe dead, until they be
came corrupt and loathsome and filled the air
with noxious affluvio, and thereby greatly in
creased unwbolesomeness of prison, insomuch
that great numbers of the prisoners whose
names are unknown, sickened and died by
reason thereof. Ail which he there and the
said Henry Wertz then well knew, aud evilly
and maliciously designed and intended. The
second specification charges the prisoner
with “wilfully and maliciously intending and
designing to injure the health and destroy
lives of me prisoners under his control, to
the end that the armies of the United States
might be weakened and impaired thereby."
In the third specification he is charged
with maliciously orderiug, causing, procur
ing uud inciting soldiers iu the service ot the
so-called Confederate States to shoot and
kill such persons as were in his custody as
prsioners of was, upon slight, trivial an ficti
cious pretensions, by means whereof large
numbers of soldiers from the armies of the
Uuitcd States were wantonly killed and
murdered while prisoners of war.
In the fourth specification Wertz Is ac
cused of wilfully, and with malace ufore
ihougbt, killing and murdering defenceless
The fifth and last specification charges
him with keeping and using ferocious and
blood-thirsty beasts, dangerous to human
life, called bloodhounds, to bunt down pris
oners of war who had made their escape
from his custody, and did thus and there
wilfully and maliciously suffer the said beasts
to seize, tear, mangle and maim the bodies
and limbs of the fugitives which they there
and then did, whereby large numbers of
prisoners ot war did during the time afore
said make their escape, and were recaptured,
were cruelly and inhumanely injured, and
great numbers died by reason of such inhu
mane treatment, which said Henry Wertz
then and there well knew and evilly in
Romish Propaganda. — The annual report
for 1864, gives its receipts at C,070,041 francs,
about $1,000,000. Os the receipts, sixty-eight
per cent.,or above two-thirds are fromFraoce,
eight? per cent, from Italy, 3 per cent, from
the British Isles, and a like proportion from
all North America; five per cent, from Ger
many. and six from Belgium. Spain yields
only 7,99,7 francs, and Russia and Poland
but 904, Ac. The various diocesses in the
United States gives 41,466 francs, or about
§B,OOO, of which New lork gives seventy
five per cent., and Brooklyn ten per cent
Canada gives about §IB,OOO, and South
America nearly §B,OOO. The receipts from
all America are 206,371 francs, and the ex
penditures 1,074,361, or five times as much.
The whole expenditure of the year was
4,936,414 francs, of which two-thirds was in
Asia, one-fifth in Europe, and one-tenth each
in Africa and Oceanica. More than one
half ot the expenditure in America is in the
United States. Os ihe French diocesses
Paris gives 266,769 francs, Lyons 343 Jss’
and Campray 120,446. Os the Italian, Naples
give 83,626, and Rome, 27,022.
Patti.— A negotiation was lately opened
with M lie Patti to sing in the Baden concert
rooms this season. She asked £1,200 for six
performances. The director offered £I,OOO,
which was indignantly refused. Subsequent
ly. the reigning prims donna announced her
intention ot giving a concert at Baden-Baden
tor her own benefit on September 4, but she
forgot that there is not in the place a single
room large enough to hold such an audience
as she would like to sing to, except those be
loosing to the gambling establishment, whose
otter she refused. Thereupon M. Benzet,
the enterprising king of the metropolis of
Pat 1 fi, b ! s wrote to La
mn the following magnanimous letter:
Mademoiselle—You desire to give aeon
si onnp r ptember f 0n that da y «*• GranJ
Salon ae Conversation duly illuminated and
adorned with flowers, will be at your service,
j gratis. I myself shall pay for a place to
hear you.— Benaxett." V
, . e income ot the Girard estate, in Phil
adelphia, is now about two hundred thou
sand dollars a year, and still increasing. On
J . aauar y- 1864, there were four
hundred mid forty-five pupils in the institu
tion, and five hundred and sixty-three on the
Ist 0! January, 1865, when thirty-seven va
amcks existed. During 1864 twenty were
bound by identure of apprenticeship ; seven
on trial, waiting agreement between the em
nr°Zi r l. < tUt: i )u i ,Us , lo their ap
p! ; dle s ; , t , Uree had their inden
tures cancelled, and thirty were expelled. In
February last tLere were one hundred and
forty-two applicants for the benefits of the
Institution, although twice during the paat
four years every applicant was admitted into
Btmifto ot Tilt Btukkft Woman Facto**
at Nlw LlranOv.—The Shaker Woollen
Factory at New Lebanon was destroyed by
Are last week, together with all its contents.
The buildings and machinery were nearly
| new, and the latter was very valuable. The
manufacture of warp for Balmoral skirts waa
I a principal feature of the factory. —Albany
! Argus, Aug. 18.
MIME BtILDLW LOTS
FRONTING ON THE PARK.
Tbe Most Elligible Building Lots
iu tbe fit).
CONSTITUTING AN ENTIRE BLOCK.
undersigned offers for sals seven Bulldiag
Lota, fronting on the Park. Bounded us follows :
North by Huntingdon street.
East by Whitaker street and Forsyth Place.
.South i»y Hall street.
Wrst by Barnard etreet.
Lots known In the plan ot the city as Nos. 1,2, 3, 4.
6, t» and 7, Forsyth Place and Ward.
EKWIN * HARDEE.
aulT-lw Way street.
Timber & Turpentine Lands
HO,OOO Acres In Pierce and Ware Coun
THE subscriber offers for sale 20,000 acres of Supe
rior Timber and Turpentine Land* lying in
l*ierce and Wire counties, iu this Mate. These lands
were selected with a special view to the timber and
turpentine business, and to a Company contempla
ting the prosecution of that business on a large scale,
offer the greatest possible advantages, a» tne lands
lie in a body, on the line of the Albany and Gulf Rail
road, and near the junction of that ltoad with the
lines of Railroad leading from Brunswick to Albany.
They are also watered by the Satilla and Allapaha
Hvers. uavagable streams for rafting to Brunswick
and Darien. «a. The timber Is heavy, and of the firat
class of ranging timber, the trees yielding turpentine
in the greatest abundance, while the land la of good
quality for farming, yielding good crops of Com, Cot
ton. .Sugar, Ac., Ac.
The range is very fine for stock, the country being
also well adapted to the ruling of Sheep. The water
is good, and the neighborhood one of tbe m.*«t
healthy sections of the State, being free from fevers
and the ordinary diseases of the low Southern coun
Persons desiring to purchase, are rtfened for fur
ther particulars to Messrs. Erwin & Hardee, Savan
nah, or to tbe subscriber, at Blackshear, Pierce conn
__au4-tf E. C. WADE.
WILL be .old at Public Auction, in the cily of
Savannah. ou the Sth day of September next,
The mill site with Sawmill thereunto belonging, sit
uated lu the coUDty of Chatham, Mate of Georgia,
alxint uiue mile. !i om the city of Savannah on the
Ogeechee Canal, together with all the machinal, fix
tures. buildings, uutbou.es. stables, Ac., Ac.
The site of the mill contains nine acres of land with
very capaciuus back water. The Ogeechee canal be
ing In the course of reconstruction will he finished in a
short time, when lumber can te rafted to and from
points on the A. A G. K. K. and the city of Savannah,
aud will thus afford better fucllitlea for ratting than
any other mill in the Mate ol Georgia. For lurther
partlcnlors apply to M. J. SOLOMONS..
__ STATIONERY, *C.
SAYILLE & LEACH,
TIMBER CUTTERS’ BANK,
CORNER BRYAN STREET AND MAR
KET SQUARE, SAVANNAA, GA
The trade supplied at the lowest Cash P rices.
Every variety of Stationery fur office and general
—A Ml I
The undersigned has re-opened the aliove Store,
will be found mi andortmeut of
Cap, Letter and Note
OF ALL QUALITIES.
CARMINE AND BLACK INKS, in stands
and bottles ; PENS, PENHOLDERS,
PENCILS, INK STANDS,
By ttu- next steamer he will receive
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
and will hereafter kee>> a complete assortment
Latest Papers au«l Periodicals
»ugn J. H. ESTILL.
•Il |A REAaMS Superfine Commercial Note Paper,
4 V 2 pouuda to the ream, at the very low price
01 *2 50 per ream.
Also, a large variety of other Papers, Envelopes,
Pens. Ink, Pencils, <fcc.
For sale by'
SAVILLB Jt LEACH.
MU cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
And Merchants* How, Hilton Head, 8. C.
THOM. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAL
»!>« Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—AH ORDERS lent iiy Mill promptly at
tended to. tyXlLi
QUEENSWARE HOUSE 7
109 Broughton Street,
•scone noon rbom coma bcli milt.
A large and elegant Stock ot
China, Quccnivar*, Glass, Ac.,
Jut received tiom the manufacturer!, and for Bale at
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES.
JOBBERS AND DEALERS
From all parts of the Country are invited to examine
Which Includes package* containing complete amort
meuta, put up expressly for
Aaaorted Crate, of WHITE GRANITE WARE,
“ common ware,
WAR*. WHITE UHaNITE Xx» COMMON
Goods re-packed to snlt purchasers
anl-lm *. D . surf*.
tC&mtri led eApready for We /ktornnnaJ. Dd'.ly UrftL'd. 1
Cathedral of Bt. John the Baptist—northeaet corner
of Perry and Drayton -treetr—Mas* C l x a. m., « 1-2
a. m. High Mar. 10 1-S a. m. Vespers 4 p. m. Sunday
School S 1-S p. m.: Stations ot the Croae: concluding
with the Benediction of the Most Bleraed Sacrament,
Friday evening, 7 o'clock. Clergy—Right Rev. An
rtue Verot, D. D., Bishop of Savannah : J. F. O’Neil.
Vicar General; Rev. Peter Dufau, Rev. Henry P.
St. Patrick's Church—southeast corner of Wert
Broad and Liberty streets —Rev Charles PrendergasL
Rev. Peter Whelan,—Maas 8 1-S a. m , High Mss" at
101-2 a. m.
raoii st.m am*'opal ciicaruis.
Christ Church—east ride of Johnson Square, earner
Bull and Congress streets—Rev. Charles Coley, As
siatant Hector. Service at 10 a. m.; Evening Prayer,
4 1-2 p. m.: Sunday School J p. m.
St. John's Church—west side of Madison Square,
corner Bull and Charlton streets—Rev. C. F McKae.
Rector. Service at lot 2 a. m , 4 p. m ; Sunday
School !> a. m; Wm. S. Bogart, Suparlatendent.
Prayera Wednesdays and Friday*. 5 p'm.
Trinity Church—west side St James Square, corner
Barnard and York streets—Rev. A. M. Winn. Pastor. .
Service- lov, a. m. and Sp. m , Sunday: Prayer meet
ing, Tuesday Afternoon at ip. m. Sunday school, at
4p. m. Sunday Afternoon, Mr. C. L> Rogers, bup't. j
Savannah Lutheran Church—East side of Wright
Squire, corner Bml and State etreet«—Rev. D. M.
Outwit Pastor. Services at to 1-2 a. m;4 p. ro. Sun
day School V a. m.; John T. Tnomas Sujierlntemient.
Service Thursday*, 3 1-2 p. m.
W aSSHYTUUAN GUCBCiICS.
Independent Preebyterian Church—Soutbweet cor
ner Bull and South Broad streets—Her I S. K. Axsou,
Pastor. Services 101-2 a. m.. 4p. in. Sunday School
2a. m ; John W. Anderson, Superintendent. Service
Savannah Baptist Church—West side of Cblppewa
Square, corner Bull end Hull streets—Rev. Sylvauus
Landrum. Paaior, Service to 1-2 a. m aud 6p. m
Sunday school 4 1-2 p. m.; Oeoige W. Davis. Super
intendent. Service 1 bursdaye at sp. m.
tries sew coNnaEoATioas.
Mirk vs Israel—Northeast c rner of Whitaker and
Liberty streets—Rev. A. Epstein, Hepder. Service
Fridsy, 3 o'clock p. m ; Saturday, 2 1-2 o'clock a. m.
bust berttb Jacob—Armory Hall building. West
side Wright Square, corner Bull and State street*—
Services Friday, £ o'clock p. m.; Saturday, 9 o'clock
First African Baptist Church—West side Franklin
Square, corner Montgomery and Bryan streets—Rev.
W in. Campbell, Pastor. Service 10 1-2 am, 3 1-2 aud
7p. m. Sunday School 2p. m.; dames Situs, Super
intendent: Charles L. De LaMotta, Assistant. Church
service Thursdays, 7 p. in.; prayera, Mondays. 7
Second African Baptist Church—West side Green
Square, corner State and Houston streets—Rrv. John
Cox, Pastor. Service lu 1-2 a. m„ 3 1-2 and 7p. m.
Sunday School 2 1-2 p in.: Herman Eves, Supeiin
tundeut: Mm. Gorgan, Assistant. Prayers Tuesdays
and Thursday*, 7 p. m.
Third Afrlrau Baptist Church—Bryan. Dear Fabm
street—Rev. hi. Houston. Pastor. Service 10 a. m , 3
and 7p. la. Prayers Mond iya aud Thuradaya 7p. m.
Fourth African Baptist Church—Liberty, near Mont
gomery streeta—Rev Isaac Brown, Paaior: Rev. Henry
Taylor, Assistant Pastor. Service 10 1-2 a. in., 312
and 7 p. m. Prayera Tuesday* and Thursdays. 7
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church—West side Calbeun
Squars- Rev. James I'or.er, Lay Reader. Service to
a. m., 7p. m.
I'nlou Methodist Episcopal—New street, near Fabm
street, North Central Railroad Depot—Rrv. William
Bentley, Pastor. Service 10 a.m., 3 i -2 and 7p. m.
Nouday School 12.1-2 p. m.: Henry Bates Superin
German Lutheran Church—Corner Drayton and
Wesley CDsptl—Northeast corner of Lincoln and
South Broad streets.
Pentield's Mariners’ Church—Bay street. South side,
between Ahercorn aud Lincoln streets.
First Presbyterian Church—East side of Monterey
Square, corner Bull and Taylor streets.
Solouon's Lonoe, No. 1, meets first Thursday in
each month. R. T. Turnei, W. M.; John Nicholson,
S. W.; John Folc.v, F. W.; J. Holbrook Estiil, S. D.;
H. L. Schreiner, J. D.; James M. Jones, Secretary ;
J.me, Lacblison, Jr , Treasurer
Zabxvsaki.k Lome, No. l.i, meets second Thursday
In each mouth. Wm. Greene, W M ; David Thomp
son, S VV.: Thomas Ballautiue, J. W.: M. Reich. S.
D.; Stein. J. D.; JohnUoustoi,Secretary; Alfred
C'LiaToa Loom, No. lit, meets first and third Mon
days In each mouth. S. K. Hyck. W. M.; John Ruther
ford, S. W.; Wm. Gibbous, J. W.; P. Uellsieuu, S. D.;
M. Davidson, Treasurer.
Anoiukt L*nnuA»K Lotioe, No. 23.—N0 regular
meetings during the summer months. Edward C.
Hough, W. M ; Wm. F. Holland, S. W.; J. U. Da
rn uud, J. W-; C. L. llackett, S. D.; -, J. D.
Gk soia Uu vrxKR, No. 3.—Closed for the summer
R. T. Turner, H. F.: Wra. Greene, K.; W. F. Holland,
S. David U. Galloway, M. O.; J. Holbrook EslUl. P.
8 .; John Foley, M. 3d V.; M. Itaich. M. 2d V.; M. L.
Schreiner, M. Ist V.; Thomas Ballantine, C. H.
Ueoeuia Council, No. I. Closed until winter.
OuLrraosrx Louoe, No. 1 meets every Tuesday eve
ning, at their hall, Bay street, over Nichol'e Printing
Office. Robt. U. Footman. N. U.; Cbnrles F, Preston.
V. G.; Charles Gross, becretury ; W, J Cleintuce,
Ltvs Oak Lunux, No. :i meets every Friday evanlug
at the southwest comer ot Bull ard Broughton streets.
4tb story. Robt. M. Barth, lines*. N. U.; John Hous
ton, V. U . David H. Galloway, Secretary: David
Thompson, Truism or.
DkKalu Conus. No. 0, meets every Monday eve
ning, southwest corner nl Bull and Uroughtuu streets,
4th story. Ueury J. Quantuck, N. U.; John Nell, V.
G.; C. C. Millar, Secretary, V. P. Landerahlne, Trea
Mausolia Enoaisi-uint, No. ’l. meets 2d and 4th
Wednesday tn each mouth in Dekalb Lodge Room.—
Davtu Bailey, C. P.; Kotu. Groves, U. P.;J. Hol
brook Estlll, S. W.; Chas. Grooves, Secretary ; Jamea
L. Uaupt, Treasurer.
Sea Island Hotel.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
Tuesday, June 20th, 1865.
THIS new Hotel, situated on tbe most desirable
spot on the eaetern bank of Hilton Head Island, af
fords a fine view of tbe P.er, Bay, Ocean, add sur
rounding la'ands. Tbe ectnery is quite as pleasing
and Interesting, In every respect, aa tbe famous wa
tering place of Newport, R. 1., and la altogether aa
healthful a place to spend the summer months. It
has a fins hard smooth beach, seventeen miles long,
affording a more charming drive than the celebrated
Beach at Nahant, Mass., and aa fine sea bathing as
at that place or Cape May.
The Hons, has over seventy large, airy rooms, and
verandahs on three eldee of all tbe stories; the furni
ture le entirely new, and tbe tables will be furnished
with tbe beet that can be procured here and In th.
Northern markets. Every ettiut will bemads to rea
der the Hotel all that tbe most fastidious can desire.
Billiard Rooms and Sea Bathing houses wUI soon be
in readiness for guests. Ju23 ts
Port Roval House,
HILTON HEAD, H C.
RIDDELL A RUGQ, FiomirOis,
a s ainnei i.. u. r. soon.
SAVANNAH, GA .
W. H. WILTBRRGER A CO., Proprietors.
Ws u. WILTUBIWEB. J. O. KAHTEi.b.
I I'l ■!■■■' Ml PIIM
WATCHES, JEWELRY, «fc«.
SAMUEL P. HAMILTON
ißuoccaaor to Wlliuot dk Hlclimond.,
Comma Wuitaxsb, Hr Jcuxh aan Oxemesa Srs,
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Chronometers
ruled by transit.
Cash paid for old Gold and Silver. au2B-tf
NORTH MGR MffULTUBAL
URIFFTNO, BROTHER A CO., PsorstiTMa,
kS Aj.D 00 CocxTujro Snsar.
Manufacturers of Plows Harrows, CaMvttssn, Cot
ton Sweeps, Corn Mills, Cotton Gina, Ac
■vary implement wanted by the Planter, Also,
dealers in Field and Garden Seed! Also, Agents tor
Brute's Concentrated Manure, Bonn, Ac
Said for drealnr. Jn2o 3m
r . UMHUfcMHC«, LHtt'OlU,
STUART & <70.,
TEAS, WINEB AND LIQUORS,
Coe nee Bull ut Bsououton Stexets.
Special attention paid to country orders from Fami
lies and for the Trade.
Goods delivered to all parts of tbe city free of
L. Y. Stcast. m H. M. Kellooo.
Wholesale and Retail Denier
In Fins Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Clothins
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors andSegars.
Also, Skehan's Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
In bottle and in wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Ac.
Lib-ira] deductions made to the trade.
174 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH.
_ and 42 Liberty street. New York-
GADEN & UNCKLES,
GENERAL PRODUCE AND COMS'N MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PRO
VISIONS, *o ,
Cosnes or Bax and Barnard Streets,
Highest market rates paid lot Cotton, Wool, Hides,
Ac., sod liberal cash advances made on shipments to
our New York House. aulS
Geo. A. Hudson,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
Groceries, Ales, Wines, Segars,
800X8 EAST CORNER OF
EAST BROAD AND BROUGHTON STREETS,
KIRLIN It KIENZLE,
Wholesale and Retail
ALES, WINES AND LAGER BIER.
369 BAY STREET.
au2l t s
Os best quality, 60xtS per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWLS A CO,
)vl» 4m No. 70 Broadway. N.
KIRLIN,BRO. & BURKE,
. . ’* " /
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, wn AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED k DELIVERED.
au2l 1 ts
Imported and Domestio
WINES AND LIQUORS,
At Wholeislr, tor Family tise,
AT 207 BAY STREET.
ISRAEL R. SEALY A CO.
FOB MALE .
1,000 bushels OATS,
1.000 do WHITE CORN,
CHEAP TO OLOSI COM4IOfCHENT.
Celebrated Zephyr Puff SMOKING
au3l-tf Bay street, 2 StoddardM BuSdlnga.
BY RECENT ARRIVALS.
PAINTS AND OILS,
CHAB. L. COLBY A CO.,
augH-tf Corner Bay and Abercorn streets.
LEAF AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
124,000 Superior Havens Segarn, (Jenny Uudj
30 bales Spanleb Leal Tobacco
2,000 lip. choice Spanish Smoking Tobacco
3,000 bunches Spanish Cigarettas
Just received direct from Havana.
I have also In Store a large lot of the best brands
Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
Anderson’s and Lllienthsl'a Fine Cut Chewing To
Merchaum. Brier Root and other Pipes.
All of which I am prepared to sell at Wholesale or
Corner Bull and Congress streets,
auglO-tf Under Screven House.
MU TOB.UTO AGENCY,
George A. Crump & Cos.,
202 Bsoad Sum, Atatsit, Oi,
HAVE on band a large and well selected stock or
Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco.
Ssmplbs sent by Express when desired. 3m JuSO
RECEIVED PER STEAMER CHASE,
KUO kits (new 1805), No. 1 family
au2l-tf N. A. HARDEE * CO.
Al\ BBLS. DOUBLE kITEA FLOUR
xll 24 half bblt Noe. 1 and 2 Mackerel
6b kltte No. 1 Mackerel
46 boxes Colgate Soap and Candle*
2b boxes PtcUee, assorted
36 boxer English Dairy Cheese
46 reset assorted Liquors and Cordials
24 nests Packing Trunks
1 cases Cotton Cards, No.MO
2 cases extra qaallty Clothing ,
1 case fine Cutlery
On consignment, and for tale low by
CRANE, JOHNSON A GRAY BILL.
■nl2-« So Bay atmt
5 AAA GALLONS, from one to five years bid.—
qlA l\J Samples of each sent bv Express, with list
of prices. Also, meases of one and Imdine each.
H. 8. CONNOVE Distiller,
10 , T X 'ZTSISJfF »Si?SS
Hilitmnri for sale by
CHANS, JOHNSON A QRATHTT T
Mordecai & Cos..
COMMISSION * SHIPPING MERCHANTS
N. E. CORNER OF GAY AND LOMBARD STS.,
Opposite the Custom House,
THE uaderaigned have established a Honse in this
city, under the style of MORDECAI A CO., for tbe
purpose of carrying on a General Commission and
J. RANDOLPH MORDECAI.
Advances made on consignment to the honse of
Mordecai A Cos., Charleston, 8. C.
Baltimore, August 1,1865. aala-6
JACKSON &. WAR ROCK,
AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandise
and Cotton. aulJ-lm
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
FENNER, BENNETT A BOWMAN.
Successor* to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
No. 40 Veser Street, ~ew Vim..
And Memphis, Tens.
Tbovsi Femmes, Hxmei Bemkett, DW. Bowses
CHAS. L. COLBY & CO.,
Shipping Commission and Forwarding
JONES BLOCS, CORNER BAY AND ABEBOORN STREET
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments to the Arm of Cain. L. Colbt,
of New York, or to our friends in Boston.
MAUDJC A WRIGHT, Agents at Augusta, Qa.
Mwars Dabney, Morgan A Cos., New York.
Jarhrt Slade, Ksq., New York.
Hon. J Wiley Edmunds, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. au 18 tt
Lewis L. Jones,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
A'o 17 Broadway, .Yen’ Fir*.
Liberal advances on Shipments to above Consign
ment, made by
HUNTER A GAMMELL,
Agents Pioneer Line Steamships,
84 Bay Street, Savannah.
Reference in New York—
Messrs. SrorroaD, Tilebton A Cos.
may2C 3 mo
Woodward, Baldwin & Cos.,
UO Duane Street, New York,
V and 11 Hanover St., Baltimore.
DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings
Osnsbarga and Yams. Jjl9
L. J. C nil mart in & Cos.,
GENERAL C OMMISSION AND SHIPPING
14S Bay Street.
fOpposite the City Hotel,;
PARTICULAR e.tentlon given to procuring Freights,
aud filling .rders for Hard Pine Timber and Lum
ber, Cotton, Wool, Hides, Ac.
J. StJILMABTIM, .OEM FI.,N MEET. E. W. DEdIUiOMO.
au!7 i m
CEO. R. CRUMP & CO.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
209 Bao.ii Street, AruCTTa, Ga.
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED.
EDWARD O. LEUEIEL, )
OEO. 0 FEEtMAM. ) SUg22 lm
James B. Cahill,
OROCER and COMMISSION MKKCHANT
COTTON Purchased aud Shipped. Merchandise
bought and sold on Commission.
Will also take Agencies for the sale of any Goods
and Merchandise required in the Southern market
M. J. SOLOMONS,
WILL attend to tbe Selling or Receiving and For
warding all kinds of Merchandise. Produce, Ac
Office for the present at tbe Drug Store of J. M
Abrahams A Cos. au2l-lm
JOHN S. StMMIS & (0“
Forwarding; und Commission
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, &(*.,
NOS. 1 AND 2 SAM MIS’ BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
JMO. B. BAMKIB. KD. O. BAMMIB. CUaB. L. MATH KB
In all kinds of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PRUITS amd PRODUCE,
, Wist W asuim.ton Marx it.
Opposite 143 West st., Bnlkhead between Barclay and
Potatoes, Apples and Onions constantly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market
All consignments promptly attenked to.
OT* Refers to A. L. Brindley, A. Haywood, T. J.
Walsh, and J. H. Parsons.
Bmtan Strut, mixt to Merchants' and Pi.antsrb*
Broker and Commission Agent
FOR Sal. I AND PURCHASE OF
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals.
A choice selection of
LANDED FROM MRW TOOK.
Apoth.car.fcA Planter., and tradi tt from the Interi
or, can be supplied at the shortest notice,
I can warrant every article as being pore.
A large quantity of European LfckC’HRS, finest
All th. Patent Medicine, extant on fa«~t
On. hundred case* Jacobs’ Dysenteric Cordial.
ALL WILL BE SOLD LOW FO CASH,
VSSimtl ASS lItAIA.
Comer Broughton and Barnard streets.
R. A—Fresh Garden Seeds.
W. M. WALSH.
< Bl ** 3m Proprietor.
Every Morning and Evening
Wo. 11l BAT BTRHST,
S. W. MASON & CO.
TBE UN or TBE PEBLISBEBS
IS TO ISSUE A
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WUCb •‘*° regarding Accuracy a.
in* of at great Importance as enterprise
Ifi procuring information. The
Staff embraref i
ÜBfiE COBPS OF EDITORS MO REPORTERS,
Including several write,, long and popularly known
M ejected with the PreJ
It blbo has
Special Correspondent* at All
Who are Infracted to sp am no expeme in procuring
authenticating and forwarding all '
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Mail, Express, and Telegraphic
So that all New* of Importance will be heralded at the
earl last possible moment. Especial
attention la paid to the
LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL
Shipping Intelligence, Hotel Arrivals, and
the Court Record.
As out of its province at present, the Hesai and strives
to be a
Thoroughly Loyal Journal,
And to support the true interests of tbe re-nnited na
tion. It will be constantly the effort of the
publishers to render their paper
ACCEPTABLE TO THE PEOPLE OF SAVANNAH
AND THE STATE OF GEORGIA,
And to discuss all vital questions with the dignity they
deserve, and without which iu opinions
could have but Uttle weight.
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Makes room for a large quantity of Miscellaneous
Beading Matter, Foetry and Articles on Liter
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jects, so that in all respects It
is a desirable journal
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Experienced Mali and Delivery Clerks
Are employed, and either Edition of the Hxealp will
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