The Savannah Daily Herald.
MATTRDAY. IEPTKMBER *3, (863.
1u.1i..* m PinHml (tor «h> I V-
Railroad—4;ci,e,«l J. K. JiihM.lim D«—
(rated a. a Candidate.
Baitimoke. Sept. 14.
Richmond papers of to-day have been re
reived. At at a meeting of the stockholders
of the Richmond and Danville Railroad on
Wednesday, resolutions were adopted de
Bouncing the seizure by the United States of
the Piedmont branch of the Richmond and
Danville Railroad, as altogether contrary to
right and justice; “and there is no ground
on which said railroad or other property can
be withheld from the said company.” A
committee to wait on P.esident Johnson and
request his assistance in recovering the road
The stockholders ot the Danville road met
on Wednesday lor the purpose of electiug a
president. General J. E. Johnston, late of
the rebel arm, and Mr. S. S. Buford, who
was a member of the Virginia Legielatur.
during the rebellion, were the nominees.—
After a length}* discussion as to whethei
General Johnston would be acccptab'e to the
government authorities, an adjournment was
nad to await the arrival of a telegraphic dis
patch from Washington, in answer to a ques
tion propounded by General Terry, as to
whether the government would object. No
dispatch was, however, received. One of
the stockholders said General Terry was per
fectly neutral in the- matter; but that if no
response was received, the stockholders
might consider that the anthorities at W«sh
.ngton did not assent to the selection. An
other stockholder stated that, in reply to an
interrogation as to the propriety ot electing
General Johnston as president of the road,
Governor Peirpoint said that, while he had
very great respect for Johnston, he believed
that his selection at this time would be ex
i-eedingly injudicious. After further debate
and strong ad vocacy. of the claims of John
ston by several stockholders, and appeals to
vote for him, the vote was taken, with the
following result: S. S. Buford, 2,278; J. E
Johnston, 1,728; Buford's majority, 550. The
vote of stockholders stood—for Johnson,
1,727; for Buford G 76. The vote of the slate,
1.602, was cast by Mr. Charles Palmer, for
A resolution was adopted authorizing the
president and directors to name such amount
as may be necessary to put the road in
thorough repair, and provide the necessary
roiling slock; also one authorizing the pledge
of the net earnings of the road for the pay
ment ot any obligation created under the re
Some time ago Mr. Matthew Vasscy, of
Poughkeepsie, N. Y„ willed the munificent
sum of $400,000 for the erection and endow
ment of an Institution “which is to accom
plish for young women what our colleges are
accomplishing for young men.” The build
ing is completed, and prepared to receive
pupils. It is much feared, however, that the
benevolent intentions of the founder will be
frustrated, by the inactive course of conduct
pursued by some of the trustees. These pro
gressive gentlemen have loudly proclaimed
that the world goes all wrong, and that they
mean to set it right. As there is no time
like the present, they will set t to work at
once, inculcate the minds of the pupils with
the right sort of notions, and disenthrall their
intellects from the accumulated load of 5,000
The President opened the ball by causing
his introductory discourse to be printed.—
This dainty little pamphlet, entitled “God
the perpetual renewer,” contains the germ
and gist of all knowledge, in a nutshell, and
ventilates the glorious new doctrine of "Mis
cegenation’' most comprehensively. By way
of preface he announces that “God is gath
ering on this continent, in this broad domain
of liberty, the elemei ti of anew and glori
ous nationality meaning out of many races
ohe “new" race, more rich and strong, and
more admirably endowed than any that have
been ; and, amongst the rest, he lias brought
the negro! this second Daniel come to light,
declares that this "new, more rich and admi
rably endowed race, this composition new
American race, must not., by any means, re
ject the African negro ingredient. His
brethren are next exhorted to cease fighting
lie Almighty’s nurpose, cease to build petty
dykes against the tidal current of his will,
give God and nature leave to work, and
work with them ; observing at all times the
mvs of impartial freedom and Christian fra
Again —the president challenges his iudig
nant Caucasian triends to deny that they are
jealous of, and bent on, persecuting nature's
“true nobleman,” the African negro. “Else
■why,” asks lie, “do you trammel him in all
his noble endeavors to elevate himself ?
Why not afford him free education with the
whites ? Why not allow him to compete for
all the rewards of honor and wealth ? Why
not admit him to the ballot box, and the
dignity of office ? The fact is, you are afraid
ot the negro, and you ought to possess no
advantage over him—political or social—
simply because your skins are of a different
complexion, or because your ancestors came
from different, quarters of the world ”
Wendell, Phillips, Horace Greely, Thaf
deus, Stevens, and all the other philanthro
pists, will hail with delight and acclamation
the accession to their ranks of so eloquent a
convert and expounder of their datliug doc
trines. They are congratulating one another,
no doubt, that the good work is going on f o
bravely. The conservative portion of the
trustees, however, are so disgusted and
dumbfounded at the’ clamor raised by the
radical infidels, that they have announced
their intention to resign. —Macon Telegraph.
Embezzlement by a High Oihcial—Arrest
of the State Treasurer of Ohio 021 a
Charge of Public Robbery*
The Hon. G. V. Dorsey, treasurer of the
State of Ohio, has been arrested upon a war
rant issued by Gov. Anderson, on the charge
of a breach of trust and embezzlement. Mr.
Dorsey is charged, upoft the report of a spe
cial commission appointed by the late Gov
ernor Brough, to investigate the affairs ot
this department, with having at different
times abstracted from the treasury and ap
his own use sixty-five tbous
ana dollars. Upon the governor’s warrant,
Mr. Dorsey was arrested aud held in six
hundred thousand dollars for his appearance
at court, which bail he entered, having pro
l ureil it in &nticip?uinn of Ills Arrest After
the bond had been accepted, the governor,
who accompanied the sheriff, demanded the
keys of the Treasury, but met with a flat re-
Uisal by the advice of the counsel After
some parteyiug, made by the prisoner with
ms friends, it was finally agreed between all
parties that the key to the vault,"which con
sists ot two pieces, should be divided one to
be given to the governor, and the other to be
retained by Dorsey, as the latter positively
refused to Laud over the entire key The
governor was reluctantly compelled to ac
cept this proposition, as he deemed it his
duty to protect the people's money as far as
it was iu hi 9 power to do so. As the ease
now stands, neither the governor nor Dorsev
have access to the funds of the State Un
less pot session of the keys can be obtained
by force or otherwise the matter must ri
main in stain quo till the new treasurer makes
an application for them by writ mandamus
through the Supreme Court.
An English paper says the quantity of
coal annually raised in Gt eat Britain is ra
pidly approaching the amount of 100,000,000
tons. According to the last return of the in
spectors of the coal mines, the quantity
raised in the year 1864 was 95,122,010 tons.
A gentleman 6aw a notice of valuable in
formation sent to any address on the receipt
of 10 cents, and thought that he must have
l i cents worth more of knowledge. He sent
his dime and received in answer the follow
mg: “Friend, for your 10 cents, postage,
®c .please find inclosed advice which may
eof great value to you. As many uersons
ul for weeks, months and' years by
,irJ'* re e J® ÜBe of * knife, therefore my ad
tWfrom j o u n ’ yOUUieHknlfe ’ alway ® whit ’
METHODXST CHURCH SOUTH
: Tile Me, h„.| i,f. .nil Ihe 61avn> ((ut .tloi!
Kentucky lonfrmwe of Ike Mrthocil.i
I liuril. Siialti—3l.Ju*tt) uu.l Minority
i H* A* .,
Covington, Kv., Kept. 12.
The Committee on the State of the Church
made a majority report—eleven of tue com
mittec agreeing. It is as follows :
Whereas, Through the blessing of Almighty
God, the late civil war has been brought to a
close, and the integrity of the Union as.-ured;
and whereas, as a result of the 'var slavery
no longer exists in any of the former slave
Holding States, excepting Delaware and
Kentncky, and in these States only as a legal
vestige; and whereas, the existence of slavery
was the principal cause ot the division ot
the Methodist Episcopal Church of the Uni
ted States, therefore, be it resolved by the
J Keutucky conlerence ;
j l. That we regard the existence of the
lletho list Episcopal Church of the United
| states, in two sectional organizations, as no
I ongcr necessary, on acconut of slavery,
j 2. That if is desirable that the union of the
j Methodist Episcopal Churchesof the United
j States should be t ff.-cted at as early a day as
practicable, and ibat the delegates of this
j conference to the General Conference of the
| Church South be instructed to represent to
ihe said General Conference the sentiments
of the Kentucky Conference as beiug decid
edly in lavorof the union of the two Metho
dist Episcopal Churches, upon terms honor
able and equitable, and acceptable to our
people ; and that the 6eneral Conference bo
respectfully requested to take such action as
will lead, so far as they may be able to effec
it, to the organic unity of Episcopal Method
ism in the United States.
8. That meanwhile we advise our people
lo remain in their present church relations,
and to maintain the integrity of their church
organization, cherishing the hope that the
desire of Christian unity, and the conviction
of Christian duty, will be responded to and
gratified by the action of the approaching
A minority report from two members of
the committee was also made. It was as
While, as a conference, under existing
circumstances, we are decided in our purpose
to maintain intact our present ecclesiastical
relations, believing that the large majority
of our membership is satisfied ana desire no
change, and believing any action of this
body looking to a union with another church
would be prejudicial to Methodism and Chris
tian fraternity, by exciting passion and caus
ing strife, resulting in schisms and divisions,
which are only to be deplored, and while it
is our purpose to remain faithful to our peo
Resoloed, That we hold ourselves ready to
consider, through our chief council, the Gen
eral Conference of the Methodist Episcopal
Church South, any terms presented it by
competent authority ot the Methodist Epis
copal Church, as to a union of the two great
co ord iuate branches of Episcopal Methodism
in the United States.
2. That we do earnestly maintain our pre
sent relation until such time as the proper
authorities on both sides shall mutually
agree on terms of union honorable, equitable
to each of ihe parties, and acceptable to our
The conference met at the usual hour.—
The discussion on the “State of the Church”
was continued, nud at ll o’clock the vote on
the reports of the committee was taken. It
resulted as follows : For the majority report,
25 ; for the minority report; 87.
Auoelated Pms Account.
Cincinnati, September 15.
The Kentucky Conference of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church South, in session,
adopted by a vote of 87 against 25 the min
ority report, which expressed willingness to
receive, through the general conference only,
any overture looking toward reunion. T.’ie
report directly favors reunion. Seventeen of
the Union members asked to be located by
resigning ministerial functions. Others re
signed their seats.
Ballot, Vice Bullet, Superseded'
Having gotten through with battles and
sciges, marches and raids, it must be highly
edity ing to a European spectator to behold
how speedily, and with what fervorous vim,
the American people are going to work at
political strategy. All over the country tho
old time caucusing and canvassing, speech!-
lying aud voting seems the order of the day,
and it is entered ou with an unction doubt
less due to a somewhat lengthened absti
nence from such exbilerating pursuits. For
lour years a very large proportion of the vo
ting population of this country, North and
South, has been in the army aud in the pres
ence of that military necessity—the Bullet
—the Ballot has been fat from sustaining its
old time importance. Now, however, that lit
tle pellet of lead, so symbolical of the last ar
gument of peoples as of kings—is y ieldiug in
turn to that little quillet ot paper which is,
in a Republican polity, more potent than
arms, and it is almost bewildering to think
of the wheels within wheels that all over this
countiy are revolving in subordination to
the great machine)y of the Federal Union.
Mississippi, in the South, has had her Con
vention and will soon set about the election
of a legislature, congressional delegation,
etc., Alabama and South Carolina have lieid
elections and now have Conventions in ses
sion. Georfiia and North Naroiina, Florida
and Texas are soon to follow suit —first an
election of delegates, then a convention,
then a legislature, a congressional, a State
official election—voting enough to satisfy the
In the North, too, the mill political is grind
ing away like mad, sending forth a shower
ot conventions, caucusses and candidates,
platforms, wire pulling and palavering, Ver
mont opening the ball on the ste of the pres
ent month by a state election, with thr,e
tickets in the field. Ohio, Pennsylvania, and
Indiana have had their issues made up aud
will decide them in something less than a
month from now. New York is in the ago
uies to-day of nominating conven
tions, aud in November will decide the tate
ol her many nominees at an election, which
will lie followed by a string of like elections in
other Northern aud Western States, comiuv '
off one after the other like crackers fired bv
some festive boy.
There being, it is said, this wisdom in a fiee
press that it often permits those ill teeliugs
to explode in words that, if denied that ex
pression, might take the form of deeds, it is
perhaps a good thing that all this political
activity is now possible. Wrapt up m State
aud local issues, men will be apt to be with
drawn lor asi me. from the consideration of
dangerous national questions, and, if time
can We but gained, the final disposition to he
made of these questions when passions shall
have cooled, will, it is little to be feared be
such as will not bo inimical to the principles
ot justice or the peace of the land. -Amu,to.
Respecting the designs of President John
son, the Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Ledger says -.
Rumors of a probable general amnesty bv
proclamation of the President are still cur
rent, and it would not surprise mo if such
proclamation were issued. As matters now
progress, j-ears must elapse before the dock
et ot rebel applicants is cleared, and the best
part ot the President's time during the whole
ol the period must necessarily be occupied
iu hearing the individual eases. I cannot
believe that he will much longer continue
the present system, but that an important
change will be made at an early day.
The Richmond Republic has been com
pelled to issue a supplement to meet the ex
cess of advertisement., and publishes in one
day s issue 261 separate advertisementa cov
enng about thirty-six columns, all notices of
property libeled tor confiscation :
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A iu lsu9, and r**gnlarlv pubn*h«*«l ever since, h&a
tqe Largest Circulation of any paper in this section
We are offerin'? libera! terms to advertiser*, aud
merchants, nud other* tWirnus of having their busi
ness generally known, will do well to advertise
iu cur coin runs.
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and Northern Mates generally.
Parties sending their advertiseinent* with the
money will be insured satisfaction
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The Weekly will be furnished as follows, w hen sent
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THE DAILY EXPRESS,
Das entered upon its Fifteenth year, in an enlarged
form, with new type, under suspices highly flattering.
It has a large and daily increasing circulation, and of
fers to merchants and others desiring to communicate |
with the Southern public, advantages surpassed by
Two weeks $ 5 00
One month ti (m
Two months moo
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This enterprise is undertaken at the suggestion of
many of the leading merchants of the country, as a
method of extensively advertising their business.—
While we will publish the advertisements of all who
may favor u-* with their patronage, the paper will also
contain Prices Current of the Markets in a'.i the princi
pal Cities, Rates of Exchange, Brokerage. Ac., and
Commercial News of every description that will be of
interest to the Mercantile Community.
Nor will the “MIRROR *’ be exclusively Ailed with
advertisements; but the paper will be sufficiently large
to leave ample room for Editorials, Correspondence,
Select Reading Matter, &c It will boa family, as
w ell as a RUBIKKBB iwpeu, and we intend that It shall
visit every City, Town and Tillage in the Country.
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paper of this description. OUIt TERMS WILL BE
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Circular, not knowing w hat number of our friends will
waat their Business 0 *rds, Notices, Ac.* brought be
fore the Public throng this medium. We will only
sny to all, send your Advertisements to us immedi
ately ; statu how much f pace yon wish them to occu
py, directions, &c. We have a large Stock of Fancy
Type, Cuts aud material for displaying them, and feel
confident of meriting the patronage and approval of,
all Business Men. As soon as we arrive at the amount
of matter and size of paper required, w e will make an
estimate, and publish the rates f r advertising, in the
fli’fct number. Tdfy well «r. as low as possible, to
allow rs to rvuLiau the pater. Deeming It superflu
ous to argue the benefit of this enterprise to the adver
tising woifd, we leave, the subject v.ith It, feeling as
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port. Address J. W. BURKE Ac CO.,
Agent In Savannah •
N. Nicit*:.a, Bay Street. jylS-tf
WM. I. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES. WHS. LIQUORS.
ALE and Cidei*.
THE JOKES’ STREET
Select School !
TAUGHT by Mr*, a S. FUDGE, on the Northeast
corner of .tone* and Barnard street*, will be re
Friday, September 29t1i.
The conrse for the Senior Department, embraces
all the English b) anches, together with French and
In the Junior Department are t aught Reading. Wri
ting, Orthography, and Elementary Georgrftphy,
Arithmetic, and ’-National Philosophy. '
The Infant Department, is taueht Orally, on the Eu
ropean System, a method peculiarly adapted to the
rapid Improvement of children from three to seven
years of age.
TEUNffc I»ZU SESSION Ot' NINE MONTHS:
Senior Department SSO.
Junior •* 40.
Infant •* ar».
French and Drawing, e. ich 25.
Terms strictly cash, puya hie quarterly in advauce.
BRINCKERHOFF & MILLS,
W no ?; E 2 AI ; E DEALE RS IN TEAS. Orders for
TANARUS, an kioda of Teas, ‘ai any aized package* de
“Ued at the lowest i narkei prices. Parties or-
Ordjfe eoUcWed' 1 * ** ad * emlwanceß - Ter»e caab.—
Dr°dnce reoe'. ved and sold on eomjDls-
Imrietnent ,lso rf< ' et * e depoalt* of money for di»-
No. in Pearl etreet, £• pur Wall. New York.
< OW.HIVBIO* mmrHASTII, Ac.
1 " AREEN & PLATNER,
i i'oiuini-sion Mewhuntw,
An«l dealers in all kuub «»f coarse und Cot* paper*
and paper Fi«irk. Al«-» » fine
ope. nud iwiu.s constantly on hand. C'a*h i».vd for
raga, bags lug aud waste paper iu large or email quan
*eplß ts 2l« Bay street, Savannah, Ga
JAMES B. CAHILL,
AXD DEALER IX
Groceries, Provisions, Bines
171 BROAD HTRKET,
HOLDERS ofMcrchanriise w ishing to realize Imme
diately will consult their interests by consigning
Strict attention will be given to all business en
trusted to them, and prompt returns made at the
most reasonable rateF. sepl-Sm
Lati M. Chur oh ill, J. R. W. Johnston.
CHURCHILL & JOHNSTON,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AO ENTS OF STEAMER UNION.
333 BROAD STREET.
OreaiTE Masonic Hai.l,
Will give prompt and personal attention to all
CONSIGNMENTS THEY MAY BF, FA
References in Savannah—Mews. DeWitt k Mor
gan, Bell, Wylly A: Christian ; J, T. Patereon & Cos. ;
N Lyon, Esq. aug24-1m
to SHIPPERS OFUOTTON AND OTHER
FENNEH, BENNETT * BOWMAN,
Successor* to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
No. 40 Vesfy Stkeft. *.kw Yoht.
And Memphis, Tests.
Thomas Ffnmfb, Henry Benkett, D. W. Bovvmin.
( ILAS. L. COLBY & CO.,
Sldpiting Cos >h mi ms ion and Foy*» a riling
JONES BI.OOIC, OOKNItB DAY ANI> AUK POOR.N STREET
LIBERAL CASII AD VANCES
Made on Consignments to the firm of Ciias. L. Coluy,
of New York, or to our triends iu Boston.
MAUDE WEIGHT, Agents at Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. Dabney, Morgan *fc Cos., New York.
J drive Slade, Leq., New York.
Hoi.. J Wiley Edmunds, Boston.
Gardner Colby. Eaq., Boston. sep 18—tt
A. S. HARTRIDGK,
Factor and Commission Merchant.
HAY STREET, SAVANNAH.
To be found, at present, at office of Messrs. J. T.
Thomas & Cos,, next to Central Railroad Bank.
Woodward, Baldwin & Cos.,
110 Uiiuiw Street, New York,
a ml 11 Hanover St., Baltimore.
DRV GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Osuahnrgs and Yarns. jylS
Joun Jones, I iCharton H. Way,
Late Treasurer State of Ga. f \ savannah, Ga.
Jones As Way,
Have re-opened their office at No. 98. Bay Street.
(Opposite the old stand.; Savannah, Ga-, for riic trans
action of :» General Commission and Factorage busi
ness. Particular attention paid to forwarding Cotton
and Merchandize to aud from the interior.
KcrßßKNojfe—T. W. Chichester, Esq.. Augusta, Ga.,
I. O. Plant Esq., Macon,Go,, J. W. Warren, Esq.. Co
lumbus, Ga., and any Bank or Merchant of Savannah,
Oa scpl.'i eod line
H ENRY BRYAN,
; Buy an Stf.eft, nf*:t to Merchants* and Planters'
Bank Urn ding,
Broker and Commission Agent
FOR SALE AMD PURCHASE OF
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
mu 15 ::mo
TRY ONE FOUND,
* As fH£ m fao °
That received a modal and honorable mention from
the Royal Commissioners, the competion at all prom
inent manufacturers of ‘Coi n Starch” and -‘Prepared
Corn Floor'* of this «nd other countries notvi ithriand
as a x z n sr a ,
The food rnd luxury of tho ago, without c single
fault. One trial will convince the most skeptical.—
Mai? * Puddings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, *c.,
without isinglass, with few or no eggs, at a cost as
tonishing the most economical. A slight addition to
ordinary Wheat Flour greatly improves Bread and
Cake It is also excellent for thirkeniug sweet sauces,
gravies for fish and meats, soups, Ac. For Ice (Team
nothing can compare with it. A little boiled in milk
will produce rich cream lor coffee, chocolate, tea, A c.
Put up in one pound packages, under the trade
mark Mnizena, ith directions lor use.
A most delicious article of food for children and in
valids of all ages.
For sale by Grocers and Drag gists everywhere
iVlioltNalp Repot, I(>C Fulton Street.
ftu2s-3ni General Agent.
For sal«* lr>>'
N. A. HARDEE * CO.
Buy Your Claret
AND SHERRY WINES
IN RKAR OF POST OFFICE, HILTON HKAI).
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 258 BOWERY, NEW YORK,
YTANTFACTCItERS and Ilealvr* in Bnildetv and
111 Lodamitiis' Hardware. Nails. Pnllies, Cord, Rim
Locks and Kn -hs, Bntt Hinges. Brass and Iron Key*
and Castinns. Gong Bells, Wire, Silver-Plating, 4c.
All orders, large or small, famished promptly at 10
per cent, less than market prices.
HEADQ RS. SUKDIST. OFOGEECHEE,>
Savannah, Ga., Sept, lli, 1805. y
( Circular .)
Any soldier or citizen at this post found
watering any animal or animals “ within
thirty feci ol any public pump (except un
der the bluff) shulHie arrested and fined not
less than thirty dollars ts3o,) and on falling
to pay the fine imposed, will he imprisoned
in the city jail of Savannah.
By command of
Brv’t Maj. Gen. J. M. BRANNAN.
Edw'd A- Parkinson, Capt. and Street
Commissioner. ot sept 18
STOHI: I si. CON G It KR K AMI hr, ST.
•TOMAN STS , SAVANNAH. UA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALER IN
(iroferb mid l’roi isimis.
Tin, Crockery, Glassware
N. B.—The highest Cash Prices paid for Beeswax.
Tallow% Wool, Hides, Ac. ts FeptlC
S. E. BoTUW'i LL. B. W BXTBUE A If.
BOTHWELL & WHITEHEAD
Grocery, Connissioi aai Forward®
NO. 101 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
Jas. G. Watts. A. H. Champion.
JAS. G. WATTS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OEALERS IN
Grooorii-B mid Provisions.
ALSO, IMPORTfiRS OF
Foreign Lipors, Wines, -Sugars, k,
SS Sx. JULIAN and 145 BRYAN STREET,
West side Market Square,
WE would cell the attention of our friends and the
public generally to ocr new connection, and
solicit a share of their patronage.
Mr. A H. Champion, late of the firm of Champion &
Freeman, thanks his friends for their past favor? and
requests the ixstovai of the same on tun new firm.
HILTON & RANuELL,
103 Bay st., Near Barnard,
Are constantly receiving per Steanvrs from New York
the Largest and most
Comiiletu Assortment of Groceries
N. B.—Orders by Mail, accompanied with Remit
tance, promptly Fallkd at Lowest Maiket Prices.
au3l i mo
VoyiES u ° BS y* “ aA * S
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
Vaix Nowton ,V \i ;ir,l.
WOULD respectfully inform their Drierds and the
public that they have opened r.t No. 153 Brough
ton street, formerly occupied by Blun and Meyer; and
w ill itcep constantly on hand a well selected stock so
Quick sales nnd small profits is their motto, and a
shar<> of the public patronage is respectfully solicited,
J. H. VAN NEWTON. ii. G. WARD
W li«1 psa I<* au it 1!o ta 11 Ilealrr
In Fine Groceries, Boots and Sh<*es, Clothing.
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Segars.
Also, Skehan's Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
in bottle and in wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
lish Alee, &c.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
170 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street. New York.
GADEN & UNCKLES,
GENERAL PRODUCE ani> COMS'N MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PRO
Corner of Bay ani> Barnard Streets,
Highest market rates paid for Cotton, Wool, Hides,
<&c., and liberal cash advances made on shipments to
our New York House. seplS
KIRLIN & KIENZLE,
VClioiosiilo tiiid Ilotnil
ALES, WINES AND LAGER BIER.
OUR HOUS E,
11.5 HAY STREET.
OI best quality, 50xr>? per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWLS * CO,
Cm No. 70 Broadway, N-Y.
EIRLIN.BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES. WINES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER Unil.Vci.Eß STREET AND
TRY om POUND.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED & DELIVERED.
II Or. HUWJS dh CO.,
Wholes ilo Dt-alt ia in
frHOCERIES, LUfUOUS AM) SfCGAUS,
Comer Johnson Square and St. Julian gireet, aiirt;No.
173 Bay stm t, Hodgson's Building. Particular .at
paid to filling cmuitiy orders.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF AI.E & LAGER BEER,
sup 11 lm
Ml NUDES AGENCY,
George A. Crump & Cos.,
209 iittOAD Smr. t , Augusta, Ga,
HAVE on hand a large and well eelorted stock of
Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco.
Samples §eAit by Express when desired. 3m Jn2o
“ITITHOLESALE nnd Retail Dealer in Tinware,
▼ ▼ Moves aud Stove Pipes. Albo, Hoofing, Gut
tering and Repairing done at the shortest notice.
Northwest corner of St. Jnliim street
sep6-lm and Market Square.
The O'.deet and best renowned.
66 Liberty Street,
aept2.:imo NEW YORK.
BUY YOUR COOL DRINKS
IN REAJR OF POST OFFICE. HILTON HEAD.
tl Km iin- k« .V i •>.
• SHIPPING and COMMISSION MKRCUAXTB,
Comer 11 iy aud Whitaker etreeta.
Prompt attention gives to conhignraeuta of M«-r
--chandibe and Produce of all kiuda purchulM and aold.
aepg . Ini
Horatio Pit* lr« v.
itealer in Ship Stores nnd Chandlery. Han ie'
wharf, foot of Lincoln Rtieet, under the bluff, aepl
Tiaon & Gordon,
COTTON FAC TO RS .
Coininisiriou and Forwarding Merchant*,
au3o 90 Bay street,
Rue AVhituey i\; Cos., General Commi<4sion
Merchants, No. ‘202 Bay street, above Barnard
Drady, Smith «!k Cos., Commission and For
X_> warding Merchants and Manufacturers Agents,
Bay street, north side, between Whitaker ana Bar
nard hi ret-1 aug24
• FORWARDING and OOMMISS'N MERCHANT,
Office Home Ins. Cos , 89 Bay ?t.
I>ell, Wylly Christian, AUCTION, GEN
> ERAL COMMISSION AND TORWARDING
MERCHANTS. Bay street. Savannah, Oa.
,4 M. Scarbrough & Cos., Grocery and Com-
XVs mission Mi’Rcihnts, 140 Congress and 57 St.
duiiau sts. Highest market prices paid for Cotton,
Wool, Beeswax, etc. Liberal Advances on Cotton, Ac.
Erwin A Harder,
Bay street. Savannah, G^.
WINEsTLIQUOIiS, &c. ~
AKOIILER, NORTHEAST CORNER OF
a Broughton and Jefferson streets. Sol** Agent
for the State of Georgia, lor the sale ot Caiitornia
Wines and Brandy. ts
I7>. ikocthckc & Cos.,
U WHOLESALE DEALERS
in Groceries, 'Vines, Liquors and Sugars. Corner of
Bay and Whitaker sts , Savannah, Ga. sep2-lm
Israel li. Seuly & Cos.,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS OF
Ch. FARRE CHAMPAGNES,
In the State of Gcoigia.
207 Pay sL, between Barrard and Jefferson,
au9 Savannah, Ga.
Israel H. Scaly Ck Cos.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IMPORTED WINES, lORDIALS, BRANDIES AND
au9 207 Bay at., b**t\vecn Barnard and Jefferson
J Duma, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Si»an
• ibii Se(.arb, Frkncu Bra much. Wines, Whiskey
and other Liquors. Tohaooo of all kinds.
191 Bay street, .savannah, Ga.
John C. 31aker Cos., Wiiolksai.r ani» Retail
Dbamrin DRY (iOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac, Ac.
Cor. Coiign-ss and Whitaker sts.
Thoinaa Pepper, Wuolfsalk ani»Retail
in Staple and Fancy Dry Goons, tit rupreetr
(tented Late J'rices. ONE PIUCE ONLY.
115 Congress street.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ao.
100 Broughton street.
Samuel M. JLederer, Jobber and Retailer of
Fancy and Staple Dry Gooi* Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats, Ac. 140 Congress street.
C. K* Osgoo*!, Store ISC Congress and 8S St.
Julian streets, Savannah, Ga Wholesale and
Retail Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Tin and Hardware. N. B. —The highest
cash prices paid for Beeswax, Tallow, Wool, Hides,
&c. sep 15
MPerst & Cos., o ! o.csale Dealer in Wines, Li
• quo ns, Segaish, Wm r Groceries, Candies, 4tc.
jf>(» Congress street.
AF. Ultra, Wholesale ani» Retail Dealer in
• GROCERIES, FRUITS, Ac.
Cor. Whitaker and Congress at. Lane
Congdon A Symons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Corner M hiiaker aid St. Julian sts.,
Old Stand of W. B. Symons.
H ill on Ok Rundell, WII iLESALE GROCERS,
193 Bay Strri t, are constantly receiving per
steamei-8 from N. York, the largest and most complete
assortment of GROCERIES in thia city.
El*. Dtyo, Dealer in Choice Family Groceries,
* Wines, Liquors, &c.
133 Broughton street.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
151 Broughton street.
~ BILLIARDS, &c.
O'Toole *& Cos.,
BILLIARDS, LIQUORS, WINES, Ac.
Broughton st., third door from Bull.
Billiurd Saloon. By WALTER O’MEARA.
ALE-, WINES, LIQUORS, Ac.
Bay street, over Express Office.
ITnion Shades, Terknor Nugent, Proprietor.
) ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, SUGARS, Ac.
St. C harles Saloon, (in rear of Post Office,j by
A. Stamm. Wholesale and Retail . None but
CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS served. Free Lunch.
Johu J. Pin t i lie, (late Recorder of the Second
Provost Court) will attend to all Writings and
Business entrusted to his care, at Saloon of Terence
Nugent, Jr., opposite Pulaski House.
_ J3AS FITTING, &c.
plumbing and Gas Fitting,
A By JOHN ii. CULLEN,
Broughton sr„ one door West of Barnard.
Wll> Williams, Gab Fitter and Plumber,
• and Dealer In Tin Ware, House Furnishing
•Goods, Ac. 145 Broughton street.
Weed A Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers in Hardware and Tin Ware,
No. 159 and ICI Broughton street.
U • PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
91 Bryaa st„ next to cor. Whitaker.
Ip. ICoilheckc & CoT,
J Importers of Genuine Havana Segars,
Coiner Bay and Whitaker streets. Savannah, Ua
. SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, *c.
Barnard street, one door Soath of the Market.
CP. Lopez, Seqabs, Tobacco, Sscrr, Ptrrs,
. Famcv Articles, Stationery, Ac.
Cor. Bull and Bronghton sts.
T3 Constant, Imi'ortfb of Domestic ani> Havana
Jl . Seoabs, MEFBeciiAUM Pirzs, &c. Also, Wines,
CnAvii'AQNEs and other Liquors.
Bull street, opposite the Post Office.
~P HINTINO, SJ VT IONT: Hv7 Ac"
Saville & Leach,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cor. Bryan afreet and Market Square.
Marking Ink, Manufactured and forsAlc by
DAVID H. GALLOWAY,
Cl eo. IV. Nichols,
T BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay at., between Abercom and Drayton.
IT' J. Pui I**, 1 **, LiTHutiitAPHKSr STATIONER
rjm LINDER JOB PRINTER Ac.
No. ts Whitaker street.
IV. Mason Cos.,
* • HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
No. 111 Bay street.
FO. Jordan, Dealer in Watches and Jewelry,
• Silver and Plated Ware FanoyGoons, Ac.
8V Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
129 Congress st., opposite the Pulaski House.
JIAIH DRESSING, &c.
Pulaski House Barber Shop, (.cor. Bull aud
Bryan sts.j Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing,
Whiskers Dyed, 4c. Fancy Soups, Cologne, Neck Ties
and other Fancy Aiticlee for sale.
rnnU Falnv, FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.
New Work Mahe to Osoeb. Repairing, Bell
Hanging, 4c., at short notice. 188 Bronghton st.
“ CHINA- WARE, Ac
I7> D. Smytlt, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AND
Lt. CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail.
109 Broughtun street, Yd door from cor. of Bull
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
nnl i Southeast eor, Barnard and Bronghton sts.
New Drug Hoe,.,
Corner Congress wd Barnard sts.
JACOB LIPPMAN, late Kino A Wxrzho.
Thomas Jf. Turner,
Southnrs: cor. Barnard and Bronghton st(
DIRECTORY - CONTINUED
A A. Noloihoim 4k Cos.,
* „ WHOLESALE and RETAIL DKUOGlsss,
_ 4*7 Ojj«T« executed aeruraleiy and w ith deTpifT l
WK»TS AND SHOES. '
Antes A; Peabody, Johbera in Ateir-. .
and Children's ' rtlf, faerge and K'd WjntS^ 1
SHOES, of all kinds and qualities. s “>*
ISY Congress st., 4th du..r North of the
Gc*o. T. KlrhoL, '
RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORK
• CONFECTIONER—WhoIesaIe and
SYRUPS, CORDIALS AND FINECONFECTIONERy
14C Bronghton street, two doors from Barnaul
. WHOI.ESrI.II AND RETAIL DEALER IN
CIDEKS, LEMON, STRAWS!.HitY am, ItASPBERnv
SYRUPS, CANDIES, do., 4o lthY
S3T* In any quantities, to suit Purchasers
U UITAKLR STREET. '
JT. Ileadiikg tii Cos.,
Cor U h t 'k'-r I,nd St. .Inline.,.
John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER port™
and ALE, CORDIALS, SYRUPS, 4c TORT£K
Cor. Bay and West Broad streets-
CRY GOODS AND CLOTHESG.
Carhart, Wliitiord & Cos.,
aiannfacturers and Wholesale Dtat tls i n
READY MADE CLOTHING,
331 and 333 Broadwav. ook. Worth Steeli
T F: Cabhabt, I Henrt SnrrEß,
WM. H. Whittord, I A. T. Hamilton,
J. B. Van Wagenen.
Office of Payan 4 Carhart in liquidation.
lY° ' 3m
STEELE & IIURBAYK,
11 Merelionts llovv, Hilton Head, So. Ce
CALL the attention of Wholesale and Retnil tier
chasers to their superior stock of
AIIhITAHY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
Watch ex Clocks, Fancy Goods, .Jewelry, and Plate.,
Ware,Swords, Sashes, Belts. Embroideries,Boots.Vma
Field Glasses, Gauntlets Gloves, Ac., Ac., Ac. *
THE >EW SKJRT FOH lS(i ,
AWONDEBFtfL Invention for ladles. Unquestion
- ably superior to all other.*.
Don’t fail to read the advertisement in the Savannah
Herald containing full particulars every Saturday
morning. ivC staw3m
■!!.■ 1 "L. 1 _
A. T. CUNNINUiIAM. Q t
CUNNINGHAM & PURSE,
FACTORS, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MEKCHANTS, No. 4 Stoddard’s Lower Stcrea,
Bay sticet, Savannah. Ga.
References—Rohr. Halx-rsham & Sons, Hunter*
Oamnn-11, Octavns Cohen, Brigham, Baldwin & Cos
Krwin & Hardee, Clughorn & Cunningham.
THE undersigned have this day entered intoCopatt
nershlp to carry on Stevadornge, Drayage, stnr
age and Commission business, under the name of It.
J. Dickerson A to.
Office, second door west of Messrs. Andrew Low i-
Cos. H. J. DICKERSON.
T. A. GOODWIN.
N. B. BROWN.
Savannah, Ga,. August 21,1565. an2l-lm
Warren’s Celebrated Needles and Fish
ANDREW CLERK & CO.,
4S MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS.
O UK-former customers will find a reduction in gold
prices of the Needles, while the quality is a!w»-,
kept up to the highest standard known to English
A. C. 4 Cos., respectfully solicit a renewal of the
mercantile relations so long and favorably esteemed
1)y their house. au2s-3m
Real Estate for Sale*
BUILDING LOT suitable for Retail Stores or Ware
house, corner Broughton and Montgomery
street*. Terms cash,
Eligible Lot, southeast corner of Whitaker &u
Gordon streets. Terms cash.
Garden Lot No » Gaston Ward, 100x60; has five
small houses. Price low for carii.
sepl4-lw HENRY BRYAN.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK,
For sale by
soplS BRIGHAM, BALDWIN & 00
K. H. ALLEN & Cos.,
IH9 & lttl WATER NT.,
AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS,
Small Tools .for (he Farm and Garden* such an Spaded
Shovels , Hoes % Forks* liakes* etc.* and/or Grans
Hooks* Scythes, Scyth-Snmes* arid Agricul
tural Harcticure in general.
We offer, also, a large assortment of our (two manu
facture of Hay Cutters, Coffee and Grain Afiila, Sugar
Mills lor Grocers’ use. Store Trucks of various pat
terns. Road Scrapers, Wheelbarrows. «fcc.
Fertlllizers of all kinds, such as Coe’s Superphos
phate ot Lime, pure Ground Bone, l’eruvlan Guano,
Every valuable American and Foreign variety ot
Vegetable, Flower and Grass Seed and Field Grain that
has proved worthy of cultivation, grown and selected
expressly lor our trade.
Sales made in bulk, per pound or bushel, orinsmiu
packets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand.
C 01T 0 K
Tlie Now Vorlt
Warehouse aud Security Company.,
No. 96 Pine Street, Ke»r York,
With a Cash Capital of
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
will receive consignments of
and accept time orjslght drafts for two-thirds nturtfj
value, at shipping port, when accompanied byi)’,' l ®
lading. Competent persons will receive the properij
on arrival. Any other intormation can be had o; »“
dressing the Company. ,
This Institution is owned and managed I'}’ ® c,i v
business men, which, added to the capital Inyestea,
guarantee entire satety and experience In the dit.
of merchandise consigned to them. „
References In New York—National Bank of the w
public; Bank of America.
THEODORE CRANE, Pd*' l
F. J. Ogdek, Scc’ry. sep22—2iW'3w
E. F. METCALFE & CO.,
GERERAL | FOBWABDI> S
Lower Stoddard's Range between Abcr c!l ®
nnd Lincoln Streets,
Savannah, ® a '
References—Henlng, Flint * Pearce, New f*|;
F. M. brace * Cos., Aogusta, Gi.; R. C. B,ibsvD. -J
Atlanta, Ga.; Knott A Howes, Macon, Gs.;
Brace, Moigan A Cos.. Appalachians, Flic ’ .
Crane it Co s, N. Y.; Geo. O. Pearce A Cos .St K, ;
Mo.; H. C. Bruce A Cos., Cincinnati, O.: Mr'*
Cook, Albany, Ga,; Juo. W. O'Connor, Macon, u •
WRITE PINK, ronchand dressed. Cherry
W White Wood. F, .reale by n „
RICHARDSON A BARN*R» *
•cpi-t; Bay street, opposite Bartnei '3 La®