THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.
VOL. I—NO. 203.
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Letter from New York.
Special correspondence Sauannah Dally Herald.)
New York, Monday, Sept. 6.
of Southern ports to all kinds of traffic, by
the recent proclamation of President John
son has had a decided effect upon various
business channels, . visible quite plainly in
this city. The removal of restrictions to
trade has bad a good effect also upon the
public mind, as it is considered good and
sufficient evidence by thinking people that
sati.factory reasons for such a course have
influenced the President in the premises, and
our people as a general thing repose great
confidence in the sagacity of the present oc
cupant of the White House, and they confi
dently look to'tlds measure as the only thing
wanting to more strongly re-unite the differ
ent sections of our whole country. The
movement is considered, too, as one which
shall tend to re-assuring our brethren at the
South of the earnest disposition of the ad
ministration to place the whole country upon
its status as a unit, aud the next step to suc
ceed this will undoubtedly be the withdrawal
of all extraneous military force, in those sec
tions especially that evince cordial efforts to
wards reconstruction of the civil power on
the present basis of affairs. As Georgia is
among the foremost of the Southern States
ii this respect, it will not be long ere the
-.vboie military machinery will be quietly re
moved, and its citizens agaiu, as members of
a common country, make their own laws and
elect their State rulers. The “good time” is
Notwithstanding the description of the Fe
nian oigauization which recently emanated
from the fertile brain of Mills O'Reilly few peo
pie unconnected with the brotherhood" have
believed Ahere was any more in it than blar
svi But certain things ttu napiring in* this
city just now would indicate that there is
considerable yitality in the concern, and
more or less truth in the stories told ot the
wonderful drills by moonlight all over Ire
land. It is certain at any rate that an office
nas been started in New York, where Col. Me-
Mibony or OMaUoney holds out, and that a
great quantity of muskets and other articles
have been received there, and it is supposed
these have been quietly shipped or are about
to be forwarded to Ireland. If this be really
the case, look out for startling news some of
those days. England will benable reaidily.
to suppress any outbreak of her Celtic popu
lation, but it looks as it the attempt would
be made, and the battle of •‘3Uevgammon,”of
Greeley fame, may be fought aud won once
One of tUe most Sickening Sights
presented in this city of deplorable specta
cles has prevailed several days this week on
the corner of Hanover street and Exchange
Place. It consists of widows and orphans of
slain soldieis and crippled soldiers entitled
to pensions, waiting for their allowances
There they stand and sit and lean for hours,
day after day, each waiting his or her turn
to get into a little eight by twelve ally-ven.
tiilated room in a cellar, a noisome place
selected by government in to do this
business. Some are sickly women with half
starved and ragged children, moaning
through hunger and weariness. Some ’are
broken down men leaning upon crutches.
There are several hundred of them, and
though they assemble at 3 and 4 o’clock in
the morning, nearly four fifths of them re
turn home at night without having their
turns reached. No more heart-sickening
spectacle has been witnessed in this city for
a long while.
A Sew York bloiiiiua *
recently turned up in 27th street, or rather
was turned up by the police. After being
taken before the court, the evidence proved
that he had four wives living, all of whom he
tag married within ten years. He. was ar
rested at the instigation of his last wife,
"j ho evidently was not partial to him after
discovering she had been made the fourth
•■ictim. He wifi, be allowed to think over
the vicissitudes of married. life in prison,
which place will probably be not so plesant
a place for his _ amorous propensities _ as <
Utah, where he ought to have emigrated
long since. What is singular about the af
fair is that he is an ugly-looking fellaw, with
one eye knocked ons.
from the watering places to show
themselves ou the streets. They have a
care-worn, dissipated look, as if the cam
paign had been a pretty severe one, and
many act as if they had received serious
wounds in the region of the pocket-hook,
while others look as jf they had retired in
good order, having made, perhaps, “some
thing over” at the mansion where “ye tiger”
locates in those propinquities. A few of the
Flora McFhmsies have also arrived f r om
their country visits, and have a great deal to
say about rural scenery and the * delights of
pastoral walks, embowered cottages, etc.—
Bah f Not one in a dozen of them have seen
a country crow, heard the lowing of a cow,
listened to the notes of a full-blooded robin
red-breast, or know a sheep from a New
foundland dog—for they haven't been further
away from the metropolis than their own
back yards—*the tjbnt of their houses having
been clossed, and the butcher and grocer
having been instructed to fetch their goods
in at night. The Cant-get-away club felici
tate themselves in the tact that punches are
more plenty, much better, and a great deal
cheaper in the city thffn at any of the watering
places, and algo that inusquitocs are not half
as vicious or plentiful as on the sea shore,be
sides having the luxury of decent beds and
rooms to sleep im The returning veterans
of the season aU agree that they never were
so' humbugged by landlords as they have been
this year. .
concerning the cholera, as it moves west
ward, increases, and as it is a well known
fact, that there is no cure for it, aud scarcely
any preventative, there are those who are
setting their wits at work to meet it with a
iittle strategy. One I was talking with the
other day suggested the adoption of the
“coik sejew” principle so successful on the
part of our generals during the latter part
of the war. He proposes, when the disease
reaches this continent, taking a vessel and go
around the Horn to China, thus flanking it,
and returning in its rear after it has passed
worthy the attention of hunters of the curious
in nature, has recently been persistently
thrusting himself before our community at
every opportunity which has offered itSclf.
He is alive, and perhaps, when Prof. Agassiz
returns from South America, he wiH analyze
the animal, and let us know to what particu
lar species lie may belong. Is there any ad
vice to be given the ignoramuses at Wash
ington? Immediately this old fossil abrades
his head with attenuated fingers, and inflicts
a half coulmn of instruction, whereat South
and William streets laugh, up-town giggles,
and the Loyal League snicker as they pat the
fossil on his back. Is there an old bottle
picked up at sea, with •« account of a wreck
in it—straightway out comes an article in
some of the papers stating that such a thing
could not occur, because he don’t believe it!
We used to charitably read the lucubrations
of our deceased large-hearted friend “E. M.”
on the weather, etc., but the effete ossifica
tion murkiness which pervades the stultify
ing emanations from the goose-quill and
maudlin brain of “G. W. B.” only vex
decent people and make them wonder at the
good-natured editor who prints them.
What is alleged as having been one of the
prominent incentives to gold and stock gam
bling—the Eveniug^Exchange—is now de
iunct. It was originally started in a subter
ranean opening near the Fifth Avenue Hotel,
now occupied as a gin-mill—but soon ex
panded and crept up level with the sidewalk
—thence a palatial structure was erected, de
voted to the business and known as Galla
her's Exchange. It was quite successful for
-a time, but many of our leading stock brok
ers have always avoided its precincts, "and
the major portion ot the business done has
been bv young clerks and a number ' of peo
ple who have lately appeared upon the street
as “outside stock brokers,”—but the really
principal operations have been "gold-gamb
ling, in which fortunes have been made and
lost. The regular B rard of Brokers a few
days since, warned by the public sentiment
which was being aroused against them by
the peculations, frauds and forgeries which
were coming to light through the fearless ex
posures of the press, aud fearing that their
calling would soon be a stench in the nostrils
of humanity, solemnly voted that anyjpem
ber of their Board known to have any affilia
tion with the Evening Exchange should be
forthwith expelled. That killed Gallaher's
Exchange, and Gallalier will have to depend
upon his bar and billiards, or go back to
Richmond to his old newspaper.
as every one who has experienced it will
say, is simply a horrible sensation. And
yet how is it to be avoided, except by re
maining on land and never “going down to
the sea in big ships?” Mr. Thomas, Silver,
the inventor oi tfce “patentMarineGovernor,”
however, has an idea he can remedy the
evil, and the prospectus of a projected com
pany for a line o fTrans-Atlantic steamers pos
sessing certain novel tcatures,. the invention
of Mr. S-, is issued, telling us that the vessels
will be of sufficient length, (say five hundred
ninety feet) to overlap die waves and avoid
pitching, and of such breadth (say seventy
five feet) a3 to prevent rolling, thus relieving
passengers of that motion which brings on
the nauseating sensation called sea-sickness.
The vessels are also to be of light draft, and
make extraordinary speed without the use
of sails. It is claimed the passage across
the Atlantic can be made within seven days.
It is also proposed to introduce the modern
hotel system on board—charge from twenty
fiv e to seventy dollars (or the passage and
serve the meals a. la carte at the usual first
class restaurant prices. ° There is to be an
excellent system of ventillation and sewage
furni9hiug a constant supply of pure air.
The advent of these st earners will bejoyfully
are rather common occurrences, every one
knows, but they. generally end in nothing
very serious. It remained for Brooklyn, the
city in this vicinity which claims' all the
high-toned morality of the State, to finish
up one of these again in'a sanguinary man
ner, It appears that the son of his father
and the son of his mother (who was a step
mother, by the way,) had a small war of
words. Tnc son of his father was the oldest
and tried to bully the Jyoungest, who wss
the sou of his mother, which the /on of his
father was not. The mother interfered,
whereat the son of his father engaged in the
illegal beating of the step-mother. This
was too much for the youngster, who pro
duced a pistol, fired, aud the son of his fa
ther nearly became a first-class candidate
for a ride to Greenwood cemetery. The
youngster escaped, and has not'yetbeen
found, while the big brother wishes he had
gone mining,instead of exercising his strength
of arm upon his step-mother. As the ball
landed itself in the lower part of the body
of the big brother, it may have been only a
touch ot anew game of base-bail just out
In Brooklyn. ,
in this city sometimes-alarmingly prevail in
important criminal cases. Take the evi
dence of the fireman who was expected to
die from effect of wounds received in a fire
man's fight He saw “a trumpet—saw it hit
him on the head—felt it hit him on the
head didn’t see any man at the other end of
the trumpet—saw an arm and hand attach
ed to the trumpet—didn't know who owned
the hand and^rm— didn’t know who struck
him, but knew it was a trumpet.” That was
aU that eould be got out of him by the smart-
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1865.
esi lawyer in this city, and he died soon after
from the effects of figfitiug. a “trumpet."—
The evidence in the Long Island Railroad
slaughter is of a similar character,none of the
firemen, engineers, breaksmeu, or auy of the
employees of Unload know any thing for
certain. One of them testil’e 1 that he was
a fireman on that railroad —was on the mail
train—didn't know what time they left Hun
ters Point—“supposed” was because tother
train got in the 9au —didn’t know what speed
the train was- running—didu t know what
speetj tother train wa9 running. _ln fact he
didn’t know “not nothing, " and so on through
the whole batch of that crowd. As there
were only five or six excellent citizens
killed and fifteen wounded seriously, it .is
not of much account, any how, and it is safe
to say the “don’t knows” will clear their
skirts of all blame.
A Filthy Job,
connected with our street cleaning, is about
to be undertaken bj r the Governor, who has
just notified the street cleaning commission
ers, consisting of Mayor Gunther, controller
Brennan, city inspector Poole, corporation
counsel Develin, and recorder Hoffman, that
he will institute an investigation into the
charges of their violating the street cleaning
law, which required them to make a contract
on best terms to the city for five years for
cleihing the streets; instead of which they
had made a contract for ten years on terms
not the most advantageous to the city. And
it is charged that they thus wilfully violated
the law iu order to benefit themselves and
their friends pecuniarily. The commission
ers have been given. twenty-six days to pre
pare their defence, and it is expected much
light will be thrown upon the manner in
which the “big things” of New York are
Created and manipulated into the possession
of those in “the ring.” «
Tlie Jewelry Lottery Hustings.
A man giving his name asL. Hayward has
been arrested here on the charge of swind
ling in a manner so common that it is sur
prising. He has an office at 229 Broadw-ay,
and under the firm name of L. Hayward &
Cos., he has sent out circulars stating that
owing to the reduction in the premium on
gold, they are enabled to furnish jewelry at
less than half its former value. On the re
ceipt of five dollars they agree to send cus
tomers tickets for .prizes' ranging from a
valuable gold watch to a pair of sleeve but
tons. After securing the five dollars the
victim, the police say, hears nothing more of
the matter. This business has been carried
on by this firm successfully for nine months,
the accused receiving from seventy-five to
one hundred letters per day ; A large num
ber of these, however, are' complaints from
their victims. When arrested Hayward had
forty-two letters just taken out of the Post
Office. In view of the publicity given to ‘
such swindles every month or so it is
stfange dupes can lie fouud.
The Mississippi Militia to be Armed.
New York, Sept. 7.
We have a report from Jackson, Miss.,that
Government has sanctioned the order' issued
hy the Provisional Governor of that State to
organize and arm the mi'itia as a home
guard. This order, it was first said, had
been abrogatad bv the General commanding
the department. If itebe true that it has been
sanctioned, it shows great confiderTre on-tt-e
part of Government • in the loyalty of the
people of the State.
The Will Trial.
The trial of Wirz contim s, and the evi
dence against the prisoner is being piled up
so that it is overwhelming. The documam
ary evidence implicating Rebel Government
al officials will soon be introduced. ’ „
IVew York State- Democratic Coa»
[From our Special New York Correspondent.]
Albany, Sept. 7, Ha. m.
The Democratic Convention have made the
For Secretary of State, Major General
For Comptroller, Lucius Robinson.
For State Engineer, C. H. Sweet.
For Canal Cornu....sibner, C. H. Arm
I send you the following abstract of the
resolutions passed by the Convention :
First —That the past history of the Demo
cratic party is to be found in the proudest
records oi the country, its creed in the Con
stitution, and that it is ready to meet the
great questions of the future with the pa
triotism, the fidelity to principle and the
practical wisdom that have characterized its
long and auspicious identification with the
history of the nation.
Second-*' That we congratulate the people
of this State and 5f the nation upon the ter
mination of civil war and upon the return of
peace, aud especially-that this blessing is at
tained with a preserved Union and an undi
vided country, and the reassertion of consti
tutional authority throughout the laud.
Third— This resolutiou demands the resto
ration of the authority of the courts aqd the
recognition of the equality of the States;
t hat all efforts to prolong military rule by de
nying the right of representation to States,
iu order to compel there to adopt negro suf
frage and negro equality as an element of
their constitutions, tends to preyent tue pa
cification of the-country and to subvert- the
principles of government and en«i anger the
liberties of the people.
Fourth —Endorses President Johnson's
policy of restoration, recognizing therein en
lightened statesmanship, sound political the
ory, and old-fashioned, time-honored regmd
for the relations and rights of the States ai.ji
the federal government, as established by
t ie'constitution, and pledges to President
Johnson in this great work cordial and ener
F/th —Repudiates tire “national blessing”
theory about the public debt, but recognizes
as sacred the obligation by which the whole
resources of the country are pledged to its
payment, the interest aud honor ot the peo
ple being iuvolved in its faithful liquidatiou ;
and also that all constitutional and legal
means shahid be takeif to equalize taxation
for this purpose.
Sixth— Eulogizes and thanks the men and
officers of the army and navy in the most
Seventh —Enadciates the Monroe doctrine
in the most unqualified langunee. ,
Eighth— Recognizes the 'abandonment of
slavery in the Southern States.
The concluding resolution repeats the en
dorsement of Andy JoLqsoD. as follows:
Resolved, That, banishing all minor party
considerations and acting in the spirit of an
enlarged and generous we cot -
diaily support President Johnson in the poli
cy which he has avowed to enable the States
lately iu revolt to put their governments in
practical operation,- aud in all such constk
tutional measures'as he may inaugurate to
harmonize the country, restore unyr cement
I the Union of the-States.
CTATE OF GEORGIA—CHATHAM COUNTY. -To
k? all ivhtfm It mav concern
Whureas John O. Ferrill will apply at the Coart of
Ord : narv for Letters < f Administration on the estate
<’( James B!lbo. deceased—
The«* are. therefore, to cite and admonish all whom
it may concern, to be and appear before Raid Court to
make objection (!f any they havej on or before the first
Monday in October otherwise said letters wiil
Witness uiv official signature, this 28th day of Au
gust, ]SC.V D A. O'BYRNE,
au 3l Ordinary.
CTATE OF GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY. -To
nil whom it may concern :
* Whereas. Ludora i?. Abrahams will apply at the
Court of Ordinary for Letters of Administration on
the estate of Jacob M. Abrahams,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
lyiom it may concern, to bo and appear be loro said
Court to make objection, Os any they have; on or be-
Jore the first Monday in October next, otherwise said
letters will be granted.
Witness my official signature this second day of
D. A. O’BYRNE,
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COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, 222 F STREET, nsar TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN REAR OF WILLARD'S HOTEL,
WASHINGTON, D. C .
'Vitl practice in the Supreme Court of the United
States, the Conrt of Claims, and the Courts ot the
Particular attention given to Claims and Depart
ment business. Officers Accounts adjusted.
I , !h„ V ’o reß !\'?- P( l tho of my profession in
U,.1,,L y r° mi, and will also attend to
business before the Departments.
Washington, D. C, August 28th. aeph-eodlm
W. W. PAINE, ~
Attoraoy at traw,
O. H. BROWNING,* ITHOS. EWING, Jr.,
OF ILLINOIS. J 1 OF KANHA6.
BROWNING AND EWING,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
Office No. 13 North A Street, Capitol Hill,
WASHINGTON, I>. f.
Practice in the Supreme Court, the Court of Claims,
and In the Departments.
WINTON & BANKSTON,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
a !!9 £ive strict attention to Superintending
? t Buildings, and to all work entrusted to. their
All kinds jobbing work done at the shortest notice.
Shop on Bronghton street lane, between Whitaker
and Barnard streets. nti2tl-lm-
M. P. MULLER,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND ARCHITECT.
Agent for the Sale of Lands. WillgiVe strict »lt«n
tion to Surveying, furnishing Plans for and Superin
tending Buildings, ail kinds Machinery, ip.
Office, Sorrel’s building, next to Gas Office.
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Office, 18 I*2 Merchants’ How,
HILTON HEAD , S. C.
C. a BUNDY,
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F SxmutT, Bktwven 13th a no 14 th Stuck re,
(Near Pay Department,;
Wasliinstoii, D. c.
In answer to numerous inquiries from
abroad, we would say that we are prepared
to take charge of, put in order and ship any
lot of Cotton in the States of Georgia, South
Carolina or Alabama, as we have local
agents at almost every town, and a corps ot
most efficient men, selected for integrity, ca
pacity, and experince, to take charge of
We wiil also pay all taxes and charges of
every description, and make liberal advances
on the Cotton. In short, we will take charge
of the Cotton on receipts or orders and give
the owners no trouble whatever, from the
time we receive it until sold and returns are
made by our houses.
WATTO, CRANE <fc CO.,
New York, or
W C WATTS & CO., '.
We invite the especial attention of non
residents to onr facilities.
E. M. BBUCE & CO.
_ Augusta; August 2%, 18 6~>. sep4-lm
EMERY PATENT GIN,
Compactness, Economy of Time,
Space and Labor,
Fur Snrpn«*es any other Gin ever before
offered to the PiablU*.
THE undersigned arc prepared 1 1 furnish (fern at
regular rates, being the sole Agents fur Horace
L. Emery, Patentee and Manufacturer
Messrs. AMES, PEABDIiY * CC , No. 152 Congress
street, have the above Gin on. exffioitiori. Samples
can also be aeenat the warehouse of
CHAS. L. COLBY A CD,
*u2d-tf corner Bay and Abercorn streets.
TO COTTON SHIPPERS.
IS PREPARED to take Cotton on Storage, at the
lowest rates, an t
ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON A BAY STS.
For the purpose of
Shipping Cotton for the Public
. Furnishing Ink, &c.
au7 ' lm
-ti.-I’rLJLA— ■ PSI IMP'• 111
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND GENERAL
3*4 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—All ORDERS sent by Mail promptly at
For Southern B«„k Notes.
MANNING & DEFOREST,
18 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
Bank of Berkeley... •
<“ ter- S
. fj ar «*t°b, tharteston.. S
* the commonwealth .iu
“ Howardsvilie ••
“ Philippi *
“ Rockbridge 12
“ Rockingham. .
“ the Valley..
Central Bank ol Virginia * 16
Corporation of Alexandria
Danville Bank, Danville. 60
Exchange Bark of Va., Norfolk
Farmers’ Bank of Fincastie
.. “ „ " Richmond. 1?
Merchants' Bank, Lynchburg
Northwestern Bank at JefferaonviVi* ~
Sonthweatern Babk, WythraWHc
Traders’ Bank, Rrchmond . : .;.'.'. .' ' ' •.-«
NORTH C AROLIivi
Dank of Cape Fear
‘ f Fa/etteville
“ Lexington * I&
“ North Carolina..
• * W adeßborongh
“ Yanceviiie... .-\.20
Commercial Bank, Wllmincton
Farmers’ Bank of North c
Merchants’ Bank, Newbern *
Miners and Planters’ BaMr 25
Bank of Thomaiville * * 2 ®
Bank of Camden
“ Charleston I®
k ‘ Geoigetown
, “ Hamburg * 10
“ Newbury 18
“ South Carolina. ‘w**« 22
" State of South Carolina
Commercial Bank. Columbia
People’s Bank. 2b
Planters’ “ . .* 30
SKS w,nlc, ' Bmk: ' ■ : •”
State Bank . ....
BaTO^A^T. t'tjtnpony .'...j,'
* Commerce. * 1®
‘ 1 Fulton
“ Empire State.
" Middle Georgia ’
Bank of State of Georaia • 32
Central Railroad Banking Comn».L,
City Bank of Augusts ' Con «’ an J r 05
Marine* IT Ban '’'"K Company. ! '.! ' %
Mechanics’ Bank. *-48
Merchants £.nd Planters’ Bank
Timber Cuttera* Bank.. •15
Union “ .
. # 10
Bank of Mobile
“ Montgomery .
“ Selma • ....05
Central << ."
Eastern Bank 26
Northern “ .40
Southern •« ... . .30
Bank of Chattanooga
. “ Middle Tennessee ... 15
“ Tennessee •
“ West Tennessee „
City Bank of Nashville.
Merchants’ “ . (5
Ococc “ j 3
Planters’ “ -*
Southern “ 40
Shelbyviiie « . 50
Union •> ’ J*
Bank of America
“ ■ New Orleans
Canal Bank *a
Crescent City V
Mechanics’ and Traders’ Bank. on
Southern ’ ••
Union . •. P ar^
new Orleans city scrip... t..!; ‘ J;!";;;?;;;; ■; ; a 0
STATE BONOS AND COUPONS.
N. Carolina “
S Carolina « ... , '. ——
Georgia •’ 'j
Tennessee “ "'. -
Memphis City “ - n
Savannah,Ga.” 1 gj
from! 361°included! Br<> b ° ngh ' With C(,Upon " incl " ded
Isorth Carolina Coupons au
Thwe Quotations are liable to fluctuate, anti cannot
be relied on for any length of tirpe. - au2s
~ EINSTEIN ~
No. 8 Broad Street, ,
. Nevv York.
We draw at sigii?, and at sixty
on London; Paris, Frankfort, and all
'other principal cities of Europe.*
Parties opening current accounts, may
deposit and draw at their Convenience*
the same aS with the City Banks, and
will fce allowed interest on all balances
over Ons Thousand Dollars, rate
of four per cent, per anfium. Orders
for the purchase or sale of various issues
of Government and. other Stocks, Bond?,
and Gqld, executed on Commission.
Manning & DeForest,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
No. 10 Wall Street, New Yorlt,
iiold, Silver, Foreign Exchange
and Government Securities,
G IV* special attention to the purchase and sale o
Virginia, North Carojjna, South Carolina, Geer
gta, Alabama, New Orleans and Tennessee Bank
note* Southern State* Bonds and Coupons, Railroad
Bonds and Coupons,
Interest allowed on deposits. jyls-3m
WHITE. PIHE, rough and dressed. Cherry and
White Wood. For sale by*
„ RICHARDSON'* BARNARD, , I
aep4-tf Bay street, opposite Mariner’s Church, i
PRICE, 5 CENTS
HARRISON & CO.,
No. 19 New Street, Near Wall,
C°SratcZr*w onall parts of the United
J* c>t Indies and Esrope.
roS Bom?Z e Ojup > cin*, eC ßtor*kg S ’ and* t ßoutheni
*«• *>uG"ldon sommi«ion to "
Deposits receit ed, to be dravni hi will and 4 ner
cent iiUercetper annum, allowed theTeoi P
Sterling anJFrcnch Bills dr
HARRISON * negotiated.
No. 19 New street, opposite the Gold Room N V *
_ . GODDIN A-. APPERSON,*
Bar^ r T>7m e ZvZ o™* 0 ™* J ° hn ” ,on ' •SXg* ‘
IN SUItUVCE. '
SS Nelv’ York Compamea* 0 r °’ lo "' ia!! n ‘ med
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
COLUMBIAN BIARINE INSURANCE
COMPANY ~ $5,000,0b0
MORRIS FIRE AND INLAND INSUR
ANCE COMPANY 5,006!000
OMMERCjI FIREIN3URANCE COMPT.. 200,800
STANDARD FIRS INSURANCE COMP’Y.. 200,000
Office In Jones’ Block, cor. Bay and Abercorn at*
Branch Office, corner Drayton and Bryan .streets
Os New York,
Three Million Dollars,
ISSUE POLICIES OF
Fire & Marine Insurance
Made payable in GOLD or CURRENCY.
Negotiable and Bankable
CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE
asx mum »r Tars association.
J. T. THOMAS * CO.,
anll-eoJlm 111 Bay strreet.
IS YOUR LIFE INSURED ?
THIS is an Important question for every man and
Important also for every wife and mother, as it
aflhet* their future welfare.
SEE TO IT AT ONCE. DO NOT DELAY. *
The “Knlckerboeknr Life Insurance” of New York
will insure you at the usual rates in any sum from sloo
$1(U ! on. They also issue the f/Oorite TEN YEAR
NON-FORFF.rnjRK Policies, and will after two years
payment give a full paid up tolfcy for Two Tenths the
whole ruin, and Three Years Three Tenths, and
oil. Thus a Policy off 10,030. Two .Premiums pal
upon it will be entitled to a paid up Policy of $2,000
and five years five tenths for every additional year
For farther information apply to
a. Wilbur, Agent,
Atthcofficeoftheliomelnsu ranee Cos,,
in2L 89 Bay et„ Savannah, Ga
THE NEW ENGLAND-MUTUAL LIFE
* INSURANCE COMPANY,
THIS is one ot the oldest and best Companies In
Policies on Lives for any amonnt up to $18,009 are
taken by them.
The Police's of these Companies were not cancelled
dorms the \*ar njitil heard a fact which ehew o
their dealing and determination to be just and honor
able in all cases. Apply to
DDR YEAS’ HAIZENA
TRYI ONE POUND.
That received a medal aod honorable mention from
the Royal Commipj-ioiicrs, the competion of all prom
inent manufacturers of 'Corn Starch”and ‘‘Prepared
Com Flour* of this and other countries notwithstand
The food and luxury of the age, without a single
fault. One ttial will convince the most skeptical.—
Makes Puddings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, Ac.,
without Isinglass, with few or no eggs, at a cost as
tonishing the mosLcconomical. A slight addition to
, ordinary Wheat twmr greatly improves Bread and
Cuke It is also excellent for thickening sweet sauces,
gravies for fish and meats, soups,, Ac. For Ice Cream
nothing can compare with it. Ajittle boiled in milk
will produce rich cream lor coffee, chocolate, tea, Ac
Put up in one pound packages, under the trade
mark Malaena, with directions for
A most delicious article of food for children and in
valids of all age?.. ■
For sale by Grocers and Druggists everywhere.
Wholpsaie Depot, 16« Fnltnm Street.
YVILLIAiyt * DUEYEA,
au2s-3m General Agent.
Buy Your Claret
ANP SHERRY WINES
IN REAR OF POST OFFICE, HILTON HEAD. .
SIBDLERV, IfTR\ESs7 &lL
WM. H. MAY,
of the Golden Saddle,
CORKER B(iY.iY- .4YD WHITAKER STS.
SADDLES, HARNESS, THUNKS
And all kinds of
“ Stretched Leather Belting.
A complete assorthunt of WILLOW WARE such as
MARKET BASKETS, CLOTHES BASKETS,CHAIRS
targe and-smal!i with or without Rockers. DRUMS,
DOLLS, MARBLES, CARRIAGES, Ac., Ac., togeth
er with a mu and complete selection of every article
known in this lina of business.
Thankful for past favors, the advertiser would re
spectfully solicit a continnanee of -tee same.
anglS . ts
TRY ONE I POUND.