The Savannah Daily Herald.
FRIDAY, gEPTRMBBR 11. HOJ
Rwwperittlnn of lll*' South.
Within the wide are* of the South exist
many of the elements of the Republic .8 re
cuperation. It is, therelore, a duly of pa
triotism and self-interest, on the part ot the
Morth, to assist in reorganizing the indus
trial svstem of the Southern Stares, . that
then, as speedily sis possible, the machinery
of trade and labor may be applied to the de
velopment of their resource-- s associa
tion has been organized id this city, uuder
the title of the "Southern Real Estate, and
Emigration Company," whose object is to
introduce capital, mechanical skill and emi
gration into the Southern States. The ad
vertisement of the company will be found in
another columr i we invite our capital
ists, merchant'- nanics and communities
generally to give it their attention, and to
p-oinote its purpose for their own advantage
and the welf'ire.of their common country.
The desolating influences of civjl strife
have left the South comparatively a desert,
kit it is a desert that can be redeemed and
made to contribute nnt Id wealth to the na
t'onal exchequer and to the coffers of the
business men ot the Hortli. The association
in question is composed of Southern men
who realize the importance of stimulating the
energies and enhancing the industrial facili
ties of the people of their section, and who
are chiefly inspired by the desire to be of
service to the iand of their birth. Then'
efforts wiir be seconded by all who appre
ciate the true nature of the paramount mis
sion of the hour, which is to encourage labor
and enterprise in the conquered territory, and
to redeem the agricultural, mineral and com
mercial resources of the South promptly
available for diminishing taxation, paying
the national debt, and advancing the pros
perity of the Republic. — N. I • .'Tic*.
Situation of Affair* Jit MluisdppU
, • Washington, Sep'. (!, ISO 1 ).
The reported intended resignation ol Gov
ernor Sharkey of Mississippi does not, I am
sorry to say, originate here. The report is
brought by persons just arrived from that
state. One report is that the Governor either
has resigned, or will immediately set and n his
resignation to the President. Another report
is and I hope that this one is true, that Gov
ernor Sharkey is coming to the capital, and
is already en route for Washington, in order
• to have a personal interview with the Presi
dent, to lay betore him a true picture of the
situation of affairs iu Mississippi, and to en
deavor to induce Mr. Johnson to revoke the
and icisiou recently made by Mr. Seward and
the Secretary of War, The case is a most
important one, and all the Southern people
here are watchibg the issue with breathless
suspense, and they say it is regarded with
equal interest all over the South.
Gov. Sharkey had ordered the enrollment
of State militia in the several counties ofthe
State, for the protection of the,citizens
„ against bands of marauders, also against the
lawless depredations and crimes of wander
ing gangs of negroes. Several cases of atro
cious outrageg committed by negroes render
ed this necessaqv. No provision was made
for the aiming ofthe State militia, for there
were no arms to be had, as this was before
statement, Governor Sharkey at once wrote
his resignation, and sent it to the President.
But according to another authority, he is
coming to Washington to see the Presidcn
on the subject, and to endeavor to dbtain
trom Mr. Johnson authority to raise and arm
a force'of State militia, and also to ask the
President to place the military in Mississippi
ii subordination to the civil authority, and to
cause all military officers to obey the civil
process of the courts. If Governor Sharkey
find that lie is only a nominal Governor, 1 e
will resign, and no greater calamity could
befall the State at present than the loss of her
able and popular Governor. II Governor
Sharkey is compelled lo resign, the work of
reconstruction in Mississippi, which was
commenced under Eueh auspicious circum
stances, will be long postponed: On the
other hand, if the President directs General
blocutn to obey the process of the civil
courts, and sustain Governor Sharkey in his
efforts to maintain law and order in Missis
sippi, that State will immediately take her
place in the Union. The toue and temper of
the recent State Convention in Mississippi
sufficiently indicate the loyalty of the citizens
of the State.
By the letter of the President, which we
published yesterday, it will he seen that he
fully sustains Governor Sharkey in the meas
ures he has adopted for the preservation of
order in Mississippi.
A Wise Abolitionist.
Henry A Wise, es-General and ex-Gov
ernor, is out in r ag letter tb General Grant,
in which he pleads for the restoration of a
certain estate, formerly his,'in Virginia. lu
the course of his letter he says—
The chief consolation I have in the result
of the war is, mat slavefy is forever abolish
ed—that not only the slaves are in fact, at
leash freed from bondage, but that I am l'reo
, lYom them. Long before the war, indeed, I
had definitely made up my mind actively to
advocate emancipation throughout the South
I had determined, if I could help it, my de
scendants should never be subject to the
humiliation I have been subject to by the
weakness, if not the wickedness, of slavery.
I unfeignedly rejoice' at the tact, and am
reconciled to many of tbe calamities of the
war, because I am now convinced that the
war was a special providence of God, un
avoidable by the nations at either extreme,
to tear loose from us a black idol from which
we could never have been separated by any
other means than those of fire and blood,
sword and sacrifice.
The Bi ack Codk. —The Freedmea seed
resolved to make the most of their new
status. The editor of the Columbu3 Enqui
rer recently heard one threatening another
that he would “put him under nrrrest" if he
did not pay him fifty cents claimed to te
due. The debtor defied him to It, and told
him lie “could put poople uuder arrest, too."
We don't know what code has been estab
lished for them, hut this colloquy served so
show how highly they appreciate the right
to institute legal proceedings, and how quick
they are to avail themselves of it. The idea
of putting a man uuder arrest" in Georgia
for a simple debt, is one th a t has long since
passed out of the minds <y the whites ; but
•we suppose that it ts the on\ y wa y in which
an mdependeu sable gomV-man, will,out
“visible means,” cau be made to shrii out.
his greenbacks or com."
Oc Wednesday, as the steamer p,.W|j nf ,
was coming down the Ohio Rivet
distance above Paducah, a difficulty occurred
between the clerk and a negro waiter The
clerk knocked the negro down. On la tl ,W
the negro made a comnlai M ;
? Co “^ ll nding the post, who or
dered the clerk arrested. On the approach
of thegnara, the boat attempted to ffet awav
backing opt and breaking her lines. The
. guard fired several shots, three of which hit
the pilot at the wheel, who, though not fatal
ly wounded, was compelled to leave his nost
The guard continued" tiring un'til another
pilot went to the wheel and landed the boat
The clerk was fined SSO and then released
and the boat permitted to proceed.
The Sooth Carolina Railroad. ’,[ r
Wagratb, the President of this Road, has re
turned and reports having been colupletelv
successful in procuring iron and other ma
terials for the construction of this read. By
the first of October the communication be
tween Charleston and Columbia will, in all
probability, be re-established, and the iron
;s now mi its way for the benefit of the Hnm
burg rohd. The entire work is now pro
gressing, and as soon as the breaks are over
come which now interrupt the several lines,
a rapid completion, without any kind of de
lay, may be expected.— CharUncm LkiUy
of the Calilornia election held on
«Am^ Bda J of last week indicate that a large
hs^!i y ?L tbe re P“Mican candidates have
been elected to the Legislature. The vote
wsoughout the Stats was light." le
burying the dead. t
Come, liovii, let us bury our dead together,
Let us nun our dead together ;
The battlefield'* clear mi l the battles are over,
Ami It's i>eaiuilul sunshiny weather.
Together they lie, like brothers asleep ;
Together, like brothers asleep :
You can hardly distinguish the blue from the gray
lu this bloody, immovable heap.
And here Is a '-Yankee," an.l here Is a “Reb,"
With their hands close clasp'd m'each other' *
Hio* us fo.?men they fought. It is certain In death'
They thought of each other as brothers.
And here is a “ Yankco,” and here 13 a " Itch,”
Ahd between them a can of stale water,
As If one had been giving the other a drink.
In tho midst of the terrible slaughter!
i Ah l war is a wonderful leveller, boy-,
! No matter who’s who, Death outflanked h.m;
And how yon poor fellow, with head In the ditch,
j la as good as the mau that outranked him.
| And war is a wonderful tiling, anyway,
I And a curious method of righting
i A wrong, to nuke peaceable fellows like us
■ settle questions of state by hard flgiitlDg.
I But that’s the way all the world over, my boys—
I Yes, that's the way ail the world over;
So let us he lambs—now the wolf Is well gorged—
And go hack to the fluids and the clover.
An l ner4 mind now If yon fought right or wrong—
i Thank God we are once moire together;
One country between ti*, aiicMpp hag above,
Floating iroe iu tills sunsbiify weather 1
So, boys, let us bury our dead together,
Lei us bury our dead together, *
And wltfr them we'll bun untvlndness a*i'» strife,
Ami be friend*, now ’rls sunshiny weathsr.
TSS RAmCJkh imvGfcT
The Republican* of Minnesota Pro.
trounce Against tile President.
Sr. Pa cl, September 5. :
The Republican State Convention yester
day nominated General William R. Marshal
for governor ; Hon. T. 11. Arrnstr -ng for
lieutenant-governor; Lieutenant Colonel
Rogers for Secretary of State ; General C.
Schafer tor treasurer ; and Wliiiam Colville
Resolutions affirming that neither a man's
color, race nor birth-place, takes "away his
political right; that no portion of our sub
jects shall remain degraded and ignorant;
tbst this nation shall not allow the imperial
government to rule in Mexico, and demand
ing our government to force the withdrawal
ot the invaders, were passed.
A resolution approving President John
son’s military and civil course was voted
The'Excitement in Ireland—A Loud Cal!
for Irish Yankees.
[Correspondence of the World,J
Dublin, August 2j.
Fepinnism is at last spreading where it can
do most good-’—or evil. “Agents" have been
in Irelaud, and iu an incredible space of time
have created a most terrible excitement, pot
only here, but throughout the entire king
dom. The greatest alarm prevails among
the priesthood, a majority of whom, though
opposed to Ehglish rule, denounce from the
pulpit, and in pastoral letters, the Fenian
brotherhood. The secret of their opposition
lies iu the fact that the dtder alienates the
people from the priesthood. They favor any
movement against England, either moral or
physical, but it must, they say, originate with
the'rn, and be guided by them, Os course,
the thousands bf Fenians already enrolled
here and elsewhere on the island, find no
such doctrine in their rules and regulations.
The precepts taught them by the “Irish
Yankees” during the past two months have
convinced young Ireland that on their physi
cal strength alone depends the future liDeity
ot their beautiful country. Hence, wo now
hear of driving all over the country, at
some places in squads, at others in entire
regiments. The lazy constabulary here
have had a very hard time of it of late,
the President had issued his recent procla
mation permitting arms to be sent to the
South. Gov. Sharkey intended, however, to
make a personal appeal to the President for
a limited quantity of arms for the U3e of this
militia. But Gen. Slocum, commander ofthe
Military Department of Mississippi, issued an
order forbidding the enrollment ofthe State
militia. He conceived that the troops under
his orders were adequate to preserve order,
etc., in which he was grandly mistaken. For
the negroes, eucouraged by flits action on his
mut, continued their outrages worse than
Three day rafter wards the military author
ities arrested a highly respectable citizen pf
Mississippi, on a charge of shooting a negro.
The genlcman did not deny the act; bqt it
was proved that he had shot the brute iu or
der to save the honor of his wife, who was
being assaulted by the negro In the grossest
manner . A writ of habeas corpus was is
sued by Judge Jilerwin, of Warren, county,
in order to obtain the release of the gentle
man, or at least his rendition to the civil au
thorities. But Gen. Slocum, it. is alleged,
ordered tho officer in charge of the prisoner
to-pay no attention to the writ, and the latter
was entirely disregarded. Governor Sharkey
telegraphed these facts Che had before sent a
special messenger to Washington with an
account ok the action of General Slocum iu
relation to the enrolling of the State militia)
to President Johnson. By direction of the
President, Mr. Seward and the Secretary of
W»r both replied that Mississippi was still
under martial law, and that the authority of
the military ttiere was superior to the civil
authority. Whereupon, according to one
The authorities, in many instances, have
sent them ott reconnolteilng where the Fen
ians were drilling. They are kept constantly
on the march, but it is seldom that they meet
-with their enemy. Only three collisions
have, thus far, taken place, one of them re
sulting in loss of life. That was at Dangsn,
where Samuel Kelly was shot. The two other
affrays did not result so fatally, but only
tended to increased the hatred already exist
ing between tbe constabulary and the Fen
ians. The latter generally select places for
their drills, which are not easy of access, and
while there remain in camp two or three days
at the time, t.o as not to attract too much at
tention while marching to apd frojn their
-camps. There is one paper in Cork, the Ex
mioer, which is endeavoiiug to be little the
movement, though it cannot shut its eyes to
the fact that tho movement is going ou, and
that constant drills are every'‘where taking
place in the vicinity of Cork. The young
men, in various parts of Dublin, have club
bed together, subscribed money, and, ns they
cannot all afford to go to the couutrynnd en
camp there for several days, they have hired
halls, roomd, and even •cellars, where they
are taught the “facings,” “marchings," Ac..
Ac. The constabulary here are aware of
these secret assemblies, but they either dare
not or will not interfere with them, and pre
tend not to know their locality. Last week
Six constables happened to fall in with one of
these assemblies, but beyond two or three,
blows exchanged at the entrance, nothing
serious has resulted from the affair. I have
since heard that out of these six constables,
joiir have already been converted to Fenian
The English, and in fact all those in powe*
ate staining their utmost to find out the
delegates” from ‘'somewhere" who have
ti the impress of their wicked machina
t ons after then)," but they will have a hard.
time m catching them. The young men in
several towns have banded mgetheT and
quite a number of them keep constant watch
over their “Read Center."
Our fnouds in the United States can now
look forward for some practical work short
ly- ■ „ ?. mo ?, em . ent hp re goes •‘bravely on,"
>«t tell the remans in your country that
hew support must not falter until the hour
c .n S in la . tmg . Ire Land llas Brrived - We want
deW« Ild1 ld flnd support, We want more
r rr. hcre 10 spread the doctrines of the
are Alin i few who *>»ve been here, and
but there L ,h i aVe done remarkably well,
hut there is an immense field left, which has
Lionel e MiK° red - Let Colonel Roberts or
■Colonel Mahoney come over Their elo
?hv nc i e fw Decd . ed herc ’ wore than in your
m If, A t re t 0 Bucceed > the Irish Yankees
must stand by us to the last More anon.
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GROCERIES, WES, LIQUORS,
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trons that, he has lust returned trom the Northern
Cities*, vrhore he has made arrangements with the
best Importing Houses, with whoin he hns dealt lor
many years, for eiippllcs of every article in his Hue and
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55 55 A. N D T .
OTARD, DUPCY * CO.,
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G I TV .
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UAPENET, NECTAR and PURE yi.D RYE,
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OF VARIOUS ffHANDS, iu Quarts and Pints.
IMPERIAL, TOpKO HYSON, HYSON. OOLONG,
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Also, Agent for the sate of Massey, Collins & Cos
100 Coils Richardson’s Greenleaf Rope.
For sale by
*epl4-3 lIUNTER A OAMMELL.
QUEENS WARE HOUSE,
109 Broughton Street,
SECOND DOOR FROM CORNER BULL BTRF E T.
A large and elegant Stock of
China, Qneensvare, Class, k<„
■fnst received fiom the manufacturer* and for sale at
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From all parts of the Country arc Invited to examine
Which includes packages containing complete assort
ments, put up expressly for
Assorted Crates of WHITE GRANITE WARE,
“ “ COMMON WARE.
„ “ “ WHITS GRANITE aki> COMMON
Goods re-p»cked to snlt purchasers.
aui-im E. D. SMITH.
COMMIMIOX MERCHANTS. *<*■ l
JAMES B. CAHILL,
AND DEALER IS
Groceries, Provisions, Wines
17 1 IiROAD ST R K|K T ANARUS,
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. .
HOLDERS ofMerchandizc wishing torealize imme
riiately w ill consult their interests by consigning
Strict attention will be given to all business en
trusted to them, .and prompt returns jnade at the
most reasonable rates. t ‘ *cp4-3m
Lkti M. Churchill, .1. R. W. Johnston.
CHURCHILL & JOHNSTON.
OENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AGENTS OF STEAMER UNION,
533 BROAD S TRKK T ,
Opposite Masonic) Halt,
Wiii give prompt ami personal attention to all
fONSKJNMEATS THEY MAY BE FA
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N. Lyon, Ksq. aug24-lm
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AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Personal a'tention given to forwarding Merchandise
and Cotton. oul9-lm
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
FENNER, BENNETT & BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner & Bennett.
DOM MISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Ypst-v Stbeft, l.pw York.
And Memphis, Tend.
Tnoa.vs Fknnkr, Hr.aßv Benkett, D. W. BowMiN.
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Shipping Commission and Forwarding
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LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments to the firm of Crus. L. Colby,
of New Yetrk. or to our friends in Boston. '
MAUDE A WRIGHT, Agents at Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. Pahncv, Morgan A Cos., New York.
Jaiivs Slade, Esq., New York.
Hol. .T Wiley Edmunds, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. au!B—it
A. S. HARTRIDGE,
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BAY STREET, SAVANNAH.
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Thomas & Cos„ next to Central Railroad Bank.*
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110 Duane Street, New York,
9 and ii Hanover St., Baltimore.
DRY GOODS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Osnaburgs and Yarns. JylS
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GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
148 Bay Street.
(Opposite the City Hotel,}
8 A ;VANN AH, GA.
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and filling wdera for Hard Pint- Timber and Lma
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L. 4. OUIT.MAUTIN, JOHN FLANNFGY. V. W. OLritIMONI).
nnl7 ; ' lm
JoHvJoNEb, ) fCnARTON H. Way,
Late Treasurer State of Ga. / \ Savannah, Ga.
J ones & "\Vay,
Have re-oponed their office at No. 98, Bay Street.
(Opposite the old stand,; Savannah, Ga-, for the trans
action of a General Commission and Factorage hnsl
ness. Particular attention paid to forwardiug Colton
and Merchandize to aud from the interior.
Ri fkkknoks—T. W. Chichester, Euq.. August a, Ga.,
I. C. Plant. Esq., Macon, Ga,, J. VV. Warren, Esq.. Co
lumbus, Ga., ai.d any Bnqk or Merchant of Stivannah,
Ga. • sepl3 cod-lmo
’ 610. R, CRUMP & CO.,
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Rofer to Octants CV-hen.’ au23 lm
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ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED.
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Warding all kinds of Merchandise. Produce, Ac
Office for the present at. the Drug Store of .T. M.
Abrahume & Cos. an2l-lm
joii s. mm & to.,
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, &e.,
NOS. 1 AND 2 BAMMLS' BLOCK,
Ray Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
JNa. t*. RAMMIB. RD. O. BA MM IS. CIIAS. L, MATHER
In all kinds of *
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS iro PRODUCE,
West Washington Market,
Opposite 143 Weal Bt., Bulkhead between Barclay and
NEW Y £ K K.
Pot aloes, Apples and Onions cor.stsntly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market
All consignment* promptly attenked to.
Retcrs to A. L. Brudley, A. llaywood, T. J.
Walsh. an<l J. H. Parsons.
Bryan Strihv, nett t;o MFRruants’ and Planters*
Broker and Oorawissioo Agent
FOB SAL* *Mt> CVSCUABI OF
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, Ac.,
And for Forwarding Cotton,
8. E. B'tTUU CLL. B. WiITIULID.
BOTHWELL & WHITEHEAD
Grocery, Commissiou and Forwarding
NO. WI BAY* STREET, SAVANN AH, GA.
Jas. G. Waits. A. 11. Champion.
JAS. (J. WATTS A CO.,
WHOUBALI AMD RETAIL DEALERS IR
Gi'OPt*i’l<*K duel ProvisionK
ALSO, IMPORTRBS OF
Foreign Lienors, Wines, -Segars, &c.,
SS St. JULIAN and 145 BRYAN STREET.
West side Market Square,
WE would call the attention of our friends and the
public generally to onr new connection, and
solicit a share of their patronage.
Mr. An. Champion, late of the firm of Champion &
Freeman, thanks his friends for their past favor- and
requests the bestowal of the same on the new firm.
HILTON & RANDELL,
103 Bay «t., Near Barnard,
Are constantly receiving per Fteamers from New York
the Largest and most
Complete Assortment of Groceries
IN THE CITY.
N. B.—Orders by Mall, accompanied with Remit
tance, rao.MrrLr filled at Lowest Market Prices.
f FOREIGN A J DOMESTIC jpll|Bi
VV ALES WINES fflhjQUCBS 4SE6AAS
SOLE AGENTS ANJI IMPORTERS
OF— ■ *
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
Van Newton Jfc Ward.
WODLD'respeetfully Inform their friecds and the
public that they have ojiencd at No. 153 Brough
ton street, formerly occupied by Blun and Mever; and
will keep constantly on hand a well selected*stock so
Qnlck rales and small profits la their motto, and a
share of the public pntionage is respectfully solicited,
J. H. VAN NEWTON. _ H. G. WARD,
\Ybolesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Grocerie*, Boots ana Shoes, Clothing-
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Sugars.
Also, Skehan’s Celebrated «
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDEIi,
in bottle and in wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout. Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
17C BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and G 2 Liberty* street. New York.
GADEN & UNCKLES,
GENERAL PRODUCE and COMS’N MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PRO
Corneb op Bay and Barnaud Streets,
* SAVANNAH, GA.
Highest market ratca paid for Cotton. Wool, Hides,
4tc„ and liberal cash advances .made on shipments to
onr New Y’ork House. auls
~KIRLIN & KIENZLE,
Wiiolesale and libtaii 1
ALES, WISES AVD LAGER BiER.
O TJ ii II 'O TJ S* K,
165 BAY STREET.
Os beat quality, 60x58 per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWLE & CO.
jul9 Cm No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
KIRLIN,IiIt O. & BURKE, •
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, ms AND LIQUORS,
CORNER TVKITAaaER STREET AND
• BAY LAKE.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED & DELIVERED.
nn2l , , t s
CASKS BACON SHOULDERS,
’’ cases Tobacco,
200 bushels Salt,
20 boxes English Dairy Cheese.
For sale by
eeps-tf c. K. OSGOOD.
is. G. 11TJWE tb do,,
• Wholesale Dcalets In
GROCERIES, Liqrtms AM) SKGARS,
Comer Johnson Square and Bt. Jnlian street, anilJNo.
f.Sßay street, Hodgson's Building. ParticnlaiTaG
tention paid to Riling country orders.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF ALE &, LAGER-BEER,
mm tlw iGEiv;
George A. Crump & Cos.,
209 Beoao Smi*, Acocsta, Ga,
Have on hand a targe and well selected stock of
Manufactured ana Smoking Tobacco.
Samples sent by Express when desired. .1m Jn2o
I3olvei» ? s Bitters,
The Oldest and best renowned.
. b. FUNKK,
66 Liberty Street,
eepl2-3mo NEW YORK.
BUY YOUR COOL DRINKS
IN REAR OF POST OFFICE, HILTON HEAD
HEADQ'RS SUB-DIST. OF OGEECHEEA
Qbnekai. OuD re .> SST “ nah ' ‘ Sep, ‘ 10 ‘ 18C5 - f
No. 29. /
Order No. SCdated
Headquarter* Sob-District of Ogeechee, Savannah,
uad'a? I V*vi h « wfll bepald in to Capt. C. H. Pik£
I- Vls., Tax Collector, ontheflrst day of each
month for the month prereeding, and all persona fatl
-108 wltb thl » order pnor to the P lAfh of the
month, will be arrested and fined.
By Command of
- .. Brv’t May Gen. J. M. BRAN AN,
Wm. H. FOLK. Ist Urnt. and A. A. A. G.
EKocthri kr Ai Cos.
• SHIPPING and COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner B y aud Whitaker street*.
Prompt attention given to consign of Mer
chandise and Produce'of all kinde pufclnsed and sold.
*i‘P- „ Ira
liealer in Ship Stores aud Chandlery. Harris’
wharf, foot of Lincoln street, under the blutf. sepl
Ti».on Ai Gordon,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
ft** 3o • % 90 Ba\ street,
Rue Whitney Ai Cos., General Commission
Men hauls. No. 202 Bay street, above Barnard
street. • _ qu24
Drady, Smith Co., Commission and For
J.A warding Merchants and Manufacturers Agents,
Bay street, north side, between Whitaker and Bar
nard street. aug24
Ja me* heavy,
COMMISSION MERCHANT. Sole Agent for
.Tames Wallace’s Celebrated Whiskies, Gins, Alcohol,
Cologne Spirits, and New England Rum. No. G Stod
dard’s Building, Bay street. Savannah. . anl9
NA. Harder A Cos.,
.COMMISSION A FORWARDING MERCHANTS
Estahmsiikd in 18,'id.
Office No. 9 Stoddard’s Row,
aulC Savannah, Ga.
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT.
Bryan street, next to Merchanta’ and Planters’ Bank.
Building. • anl6
• FORWARDING and COMMISS’N MERCHANT,
Office Home Ins. Cos., 89 Bay gt.
Bell, Wyliy <Si Christian, AUCTION, GEN
ERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS. Bay street. Savannah. Ga.
AM. Scarbrough Ai Cos., Grocery and Coai
• mission Mukciunts, 140 Congress and 57 St.
tJuiian sts Highest market prices paid forCofton,
Wool, Beeswax, etc. Liberal Advances on Cotton. Ac.
I prwin & Hardee,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, *
Bay street, Savannah, Ga.
Win, H. Stark. Wholesale Grocer and Com
mission and Forwardiug Merchant, corner Lln
coln and Bay street. aug22
; * WINES, LIQUORS, &c
iKoethrke A Cos.,
In Groceries, ”/iuos, Liquors and Sugars. Corner of
Bay and Whitaker at 6„ Savannah, Ga. sep2-lm
HQ. Ruwe Ai Cos.,
* WnOI.KSALE DRAPERS IN
LIQUORS, ALES AND LAGER BEER,
Cor. St. Julian street and .Johnson square.
Israel It. Sealy Ai Cos.,
SOLE AtiENTS AND liXI’ORTEIiS OF
Ch. FAR R E Cif A MPAGNEB,
In tho State of Georgia.
207 Ray 6L, betwetn Rat uurd and Jefi'ftson,
ati9 Savapnah, Ga,
Israel R. Sealy Ai Cos.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IMPORTED WINES, CORDIALS, BRANDIES AND
an 9 207 Bay st., between Barnard and JefT-.vson
JLama, Importer and Wiiolesale Dealer in Sr.\N
• ißi t Seoabs, Fbenou Brandies, W t ineß, W hiskey
and other Liquors. Tobacco of all kinds.
191 Bay street, Savannah. Ga.
John C. Maker Ai Cos., Wnot.rsAi.K and Retail
Dealer in DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac , Ac.
Oof. Congrey and Whitaker ste.
Thomaa Pepper, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
*n Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, at l aprece
dentect Law Prices. ONE PRICE ONLY.
Prcsdec Ai Oi fT.
DRY GOODS —Wholesale and Retail.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ao.
IC>O Rr'**n«>*hton street.
Samuel M. Lcderer, Jobber and Retailer of
Fancy and Staple Dry Gooi>s, Boots and TShofs,
i’i.OTuiNc,, Hats, Ac. 14G Congress street.
7 GKOCEIUICS, Ac.
S. W. Gragg & Cos., 102 Bryan street, Deal
ers in Pine uIiOCEIUES and I'KflvislONS.—
Agents for Allen’s WAIIOE BITTEK3. Licensed
Healer in WINES and LIQUOIiS. anl9
SS. Miller, 157 Broughton street, has for sale,
. cheap, Flour, Sugar, Syrup, Lemons, Hay. Oats,
Corn, Cow Peas, Pindors, Potatoes, Turnips, Onions
and Cabbages. a u9
M Ftrst & Cos.. «! o.esale Healer in Wises, Li
. Quoits, Sugars, F*s< yGrooebies, Canoies, Ac.
rso Congress street.
AF, Mira, Whoeessle Asn-RETAn. Healer in
. QttOCKWKS, FRUITS, Ac,
Cor. Whitaker and Congress st. Lane
Conga on A.Symnns,
WHOLKSALE ANI) RETAIL GROCERS,
Comer M hitaker and St. .Julian sts„
Old Stand of W. R, Symons.
Hilton ri£ Rumil'll, WHOLESALE GROCERS,
198 Bat Strut, are constantly receiving per
steamers from N. York, the largest and most complete
assortment of GROCERIES in this city.
Ip I s . Heyo, Healer in Choice Family Groceries,
-ia Wines, Liquors, <Stc.
Robert Balfr.re, »
WHOLESALE anh retail grocer,
151 Broughton street.
BILLIARDS, &c 7
JTlre “ Live Oak,” corner of Hrayton street and
* Bay Lune. CHOICE WINES, ALES and SEGARS
at Retail. HunnA McMahon, Proprietors. an 19
O’Toole & Cos.,
Bn.LIARDS, LIQUORS, WINES, Ac.
Broughton st., third door from Ball.
Billiard Saloon. Bv WALTER O'MEARA.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, Ac.
' Bay street, over Express Office.
Union Shades, Terence Nugent, Proprietor.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, Sq.
St. Charles Saloon, (in rear of Post Office,) by
A. Stamm, miolexalr and Jtitail. None but
CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS served. Free Lnnch.
• CONFECTIONER—VvTioIesaIe and Retail.
SYRuPS. CORDIALS ANH FINE CONFECTIONERY*
'or ALL MINUS.
146 Bronghton street, two doors from Barnard.
• WIIOLESAI.E Aim RETAIL DEALER IN
OTHERS, LESION, STRAWBERJiY' ami RASPBERRY
syrups, candies, Ao„
B2E- 111 any quantities, to suit, Purchaser*. .Ail
nun AVer btkelt.
GAS FITTING, Ac.
piumliing and Gas Fitting,
. . By JOHN il.’ CULLEN,
Broughton st., one door West of Barnard.
W**- Williams, Gas Fittfr and Pi.itmuer,
» and Dealer in Tin Wake, Holtsi: Fubnisihno
uoiuiti, &c, 14 r > Broughton etreet.-
Wced & Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers in Hardware and Tin Ware.
No. 159 and 161 Broughtwi street.
• PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
W lhyan Bt., next to cor. Whitaker.
SEGAIiiS, TOBACCO, &c,
E. Horthcrke & Cos.,
Importers of Genuine Havanh Segars,
(»iner Bay and Whitaker streets, Savunnuh, Ga.
scp2 1 in ’
Jurob <W C(ft , Wholesale Dealers
in fine Havana and Domestic JSegurs, Chewing
al;<l Smoking Tobacco, Snuffy Ac. ITI Bay street, be
tweenW'hitaker and Barnard streets. ’ au24
___ • - -
* SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
Barpard street, one door South.of the Markel.
C't P, laopez, Sfo abs, Tomacco, Bncff, Pipes,
Fancy Articles, Stationery, Ac.
Cor. Bull and Broughton sts.
F Constant, Importer of-Domkbtic and Havana
• .Sugars, Meerschaum Pirrs, &c. Also, Wines,
Cuampaonkh and other Liquors.
Bull street, opposite the Post Office.
wdville & I.rurli,
O BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
Cor, Btyan afreet and Market Square.
Marking Ink, MANDrAcrnatn find foreale by
DAVID H. GALLOWAY,
Geo. N. Nichole, 1 :
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
—-.. _ Aliercorn and Dravfon.
■ No. 6 Whitaker street,
S' W. Mason <k Cos.,
• HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
No. 11l Bay street.
DIRECTORY -- CONTINUED
” CLOTHING, T 2
H. A. Tophaui, 13S Congress stiwt tniVr
i n . L.? 111 */ Merchants' Row, Port Koval v V 'r
nea er in Kmc Ready Made Clothing, Genii'
ing Goods, Rats and Caps, Ac. Gents r un«ti-
professional. " ’
1 V r « X* M. Sneed, "
York street, near
CF~ Watches and Jew elry Repaired Go ° 1 *'
12H Congiese st„ opposiiethe Pulaski House
HAIR dressing! "
Pnlaaki House Itai ber SiionTtor' ,
Bryan ftp.; Shaving, Hair Cutting and
w biekors Dyed, Ac. Funcv Boanp I,s^^>oo,n f.
and othrr }Lcy Aiticl C ° IOpDe ’
hanging, Ac., a, short notice. ’i
E. “^?^*^Q^ensware,^E^ : 7Yc
iuess in the above branches om“ c 5“ ol ' bus
Street, new to Stoddard'., Range ° ffl No ' 12 ‘Bay
— DHUGQLSI’r I —^
]NJ c 'v Drug iiouie, ~
Was „ o
miiomas M, Turner, — —
* do,„i DRUGGIST,
boots and shoes ~ "
— st., 4tn door North of the Marl-.,
PJ.eo. T. Nichols, ‘ ——’
v-t RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE
llu B f oflgßtonst,; uSSnki Bui,.
Business entrusted to his care at
Nugent, Jr., opposite P,U 01 ler “ca
A T ' Heading dk Cos., ~~v==u_ai'
” * PHOTOGRAPHERS,
Wilson’s -Photographic OaHe,v
- ‘ Eaeosti. i-r THE Vs „V tor M AKT
PAINTS. C«LB, &Z S
. • aue22
Tnoaias VV. shea, ~
HOUSE ANH SIGN PjHNTER-
Dealer m Paint-, oils x-• c 7 i
stand of Jno. G. Fa-mgnnL*" St ' J " ,a “
__ SODA WATER.
J oton s I i? S n ’ B&,licr Os SODA WATER POIiTFP
and ALE, (JURHIALS, SY’HUPS, 4* ' ™
c ' lir - Bay and West Broad streets
COOPS AND CIiOTHIICg. ""
Mannfactnrera and Wholesale Ocalcrt In
READY MADE CLOTHiNC»
331 anh 333 Broadway, coil Worth Street,
~ NE W VOR K.
w ii ' 1 u-'"' 1 ' I Henry Shafer,
Wm. If. WiiiTEoßp, J A. TANARUS: Hamilton,
. LB- van Wagenen. ,
Offlceof Payan & Carhartin liquidation.
STEELE & EURIUXK,
11 Merchants Row, Hilton Head, So. fa
CALL the attention of Wholesale and Reta!' nst
chasers to their superior stock of P
MILITARY' AVD NAVAL CLOTHING,
THE NEW SKIRT FOR 186/1
A Cn<luc ’ ,ic:
Herald* Mntahu?^ ti E e i?' :ver “" eraent in tbe Savahiis:
mornin- * * 6 fnll Particulais every Saturdi;
» jyG etawitra
A. T. CUNNINGHAM. D G# rrES ,
CUNNINGHAM & PURSE
-F A MTff : HA^T^ V T^ RiDI:^G ANi> COMMISSIO!
Bay st, eet. Sa4nnfh. Ga Stoddar<l ' B .bower Stare.
o«mmrii C nJ Ho ' J E, Habersham & Sons, Humeri
s H rwV Vn rk 0h u D ' Br; gfiam, Baldwin &.<
Hardee, Ciajrhora & Cunningham. -
fpRE utHlersisned have this day entered into'Coav
„ „ f r ’ hI P l< ? C! * r O’ on Stevadorago, Ursyaec, Stc:
and Comm,ssion business, under the DamevfE
J. Dickerson & Cos.
Office, second door west of Messrs. Andrew Lot
M> - ‘ H. J. DICKERJOf'
T. A. GOODWIN.
o , N. B. BROWN.
Savannah, On,, August 21, lSfip. an2l-lir
Warren’s Celebrated Needles anti Fisl
Hooks. S I
aYjNIFRK'vV CX.Kpir Sc CO, I
4S MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK, I
POLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS I
OUR former customers will find a reduction in g- 1
pners of the Needles, w liile the quality is aiSr I
Kept up to the highest, eiandard Known to EDl‘ ; I
A. C. A Vo., rebpeetfully policit a renewal of ■ I
mercantile relatione bo long and favorably estec' I
hy their house. a u25.3m ■
Large Importation I
. # —of— I
HAVANA SEGARS, I
LEAF AND SMOKING TOBAfOI
IZVP l i!' oi o e ’ s P?." ipl > Smoking Tofcscca I
d.OflO hunches Spauith CSgarettas I
.Tnst received direct from Havana. I
Fhaveslso in Store a large lot of the best lirsrH
Viiginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. I
bacci? er8 ° U f! nD< * I'GicDthal’s E’ine Cut Chewing
Mcrchanm. Brier Root and other ripee.
Retail f Whl ° h 10m P r °pared to aeH at Whole,ale
' R. MOLINA.-
Real Estate for Sal^
TDUILDINQ LOT anitaSlcfor Retail Stores of if;'
„ bouse, corner Broughton and
, Terms cash. ,
Eligible Dot, sonthca,! corner of Whitnku
Gordon streets, q'erms cash.
Garden Lot No. 8 Gaston Ward, 160x60; In* w
small houses. Price low for ca.b. „
_ sepl4-lw HENRY Bin'll.
GIMP CORNICES, BANOS AND FljlTl'f 6l
The subscriber haring parcha-ed a Stock of .'sl
above articles, he 1, now prepared to attend tot""
dert with despatch. All w.irk warranted.
W. H. II TURNER.
aspl-15 eg st. Juiian •3*'