The Savannah Daily Herald. I
•iil\UAt. W'TOBKH 1. 1563.
A correspondent of the Nashville Pre'»
aud Timet, who has been recently visiting
t batunoogs, fnruisbes the following dot
cription ot ihe government cemetery atljnt
VestcnUv evening 1 accented sn invitation
from Chaplain Van Horn, to take a ride over
tnc grounds of the National Cemetery under
liis charge, and was much delighted with its
appearance. As it is a matter of national in
terest,and particularly tc those having frii ud»
buried there, I will give a hasty skeicli of it
The ground was selected by Gen. Thomas,
himself, during the battle ot Mission Ridge,
and reflects great credit upon the taste and
judgment of that excellent officer. It com
prises eighty acres, « hiclr aro euclosed by a
stone w all. In the centre of the area is a
iarge mound, on the lop of which is a platen
comprising some four acres or more, upon
which is to be erected the grand monument.
Surrounding this central mound is a series of
elevations and depressions, very like the
smaller craters ot a volcanic mouulaiu, each
of the elevations being iarge enough for a dis
tinct section of the cemetery, aud they aro
as perfect as though nature had formed them
with an eye to the saertd purpose to w hich
they have been consecrated.
In making the carriage ways aud paths,
the Chaplain had nothing to do but to foilotv
the natural indications, and not violate na
ture ; and in leaving the trees and shrubs, tu
bas displayed most excellent taste, iheie
are twelve sections in all, in w hich are burn 1 ■
nearly seven thousand soldiers. Two dis
tinct sections, and ap-'rt from the others, are
laid off for colored soldiers, and two ot the
most beautiful are occupied by the ‘"unknown
dead of Obicknmauga With these excep
tions, the. identification is perfect the graves
being marked with boards, and the grottud
being so accurately surveyed that ..without,
any other indication the grave ot anyone
can be accurately identified. There is on
one side of the grand mound a Daturul basin
for a miniature iake, and two miles distant,
.nr the mount, is a spring, bom which it can
he easily filled with water, which will have
torce enough to throw a jet from a fountain
one hundred feet high.
The walks and drives are serpentine, fol
lowing as a genera! thing the natural de
pressions, aud the chaplain designs carry
ing out the Chinese system of landscape
gardening, to which the grounds are so beau
tifully adapted. As you ride around on the
lower or outer track, you are forcibly struck
by some of the most curious formation of
rock—God’s masonry—which arc in striking
contrast to the green casks aud evergreens
surrounding them. In their sides are great
caves, extending some distance into the hills,
forming cool and romantic retreats in warm
weather. Chaplain Van Horn is an enthu
siast ou the subject of National Cemeteries,
and I have no doubt Hint if he is left to carry
out aud perfect his ideal cemetery, with the
ad v ant ago Nature will render him, there
will be no cemetery in the United States to
compare with the one at Chattanooga. It is
designed to dedicate it some time this fall,
and Secretary Chase accepted an invitation
to deliver the oration. Such cemeteries
speak well for the Nation, and should be en
A Story About Hr. Kane.
Wo And the following in the Rochester
(N. Y.) Union:
“ A book will probably appear within a
short time, giving the facts iu the history of
Dr. Kami, the Arctic navigator, which have
hitherto been shrouded in mystery. (f is
true that lie was lor years engaged to Miss
MargaretUt Pox, one of the young ladies
who first presented the phenomena of ‘spirit
rapping.’ Dr. Kane fell In love with the
■young girl while she was sitting as a public
medium in Philadelphia, iu 185:;, when she
was fifteen years of age. With her mother’s
consent he removed her from all association
with the spiritualists, and placed her in a
private school near Philadelphia, to remain
during his absence iu the Arctic regions. On
his return in 1855 they were to have been
married ; but the opposition of Dr. Kane’s
family was such that Miss Fox released bim
Irom his engagement. He loved her, how
ever, too well to live without her: aud in
April, 1856, the engagement was renewed,
With the understanding that it should be kept
secret till the publication of Dr. Kaue’s great
work should realize an independence for him.
la October, 1856, his physician having order
ed Dr. Kane to England, he was secretly
married to Miss Pox, and made his will,
leaving five thousand ‘floLars to her in a pri
vate trust to his brother. His last letter was
addressed to her.
“This legacy was not paid, and some in
jurious reports having been raised, Mis.
Kane’s legal advisers urged a suit for dower
as the widow, hnd the publication of u me
moir. One was prepared, embodying one
hundred and thirty-tour of Dr. Kane’s letters,
and Mr. Oarleton had it in press, when the
publication and suit were bulb stopped by a
compromise with the brothers and executor
of Dr. Kane; they agreeing-to pay the lady
I lie interest of the" money left her, and a sum
down to repay her expenses, provided she
would discontinue the suit in the Orphans’
Court, Philadelptiia, and would seal up the
letters, with the MS. memoir, and place them
in the hands of a trustee, who would sur
render them to the Kane family at her death
A boDd was signed by the Katies in 1361’, for
the observance of the terms they agreed to ;
Mrs. Kane being permitted to reclaim her
letters, Ac,, in the event of their failure to
pay the quarterly instalment of interest. This
agreement was violated by their refusal to
pay—first, the sum prominent for her ex
penses, then ihe quarterly instalments, and
•n June last Mrs. Kane reclaimed her letters
ot the trustee. She is now at liberty to pub
lish the volume which is to establish hot fair
fame, and show the world a singular example
»f faithful love, enduring through unkind
uesi and calumny The death of Sirs. Fox,
ill’s. Kane’s mother, has retarded the publi
cation, but it will doubtless appear in good
The Negro Millennium.
Ibe following appears as editorial in Par
son Brownlow's Knoxville Whig of Aug. 23 :
SVGROI.9 IS MEMPHIS.
“A census is being taken of the colored
people ot Mnrfphis, and enough lias been
developed to show that the aggregate nutn-
Iter ot blacks will overreach twenty thousand,
it is said will reach twenty five thousand.
I his congregating in cities and towns of such
crowds ol colored folks, to live in idleness,
and on rations furnished by the government,
is all wrong It is doing the blaeKs an injury
that will show itself after awhile.
All sorts of depredations are committed by
the black?, and difficulties arise between
them aud the whites. Instead of being al
lowed to congregate at a tew prominent
points in such large numbers, to live in idle
ness, and to become shamefully demoralized
tuey should be distributed upon abandoned
tonus, and put to woi k to support themselves.
They have tins to do in tue end, and the
sooner they arc taught to relv upon their own
exertions the better it will be for them aud
so • society.
The presence of armed negro troops, un
less strict discipline is observed, is a ’neat
evil, and serves to paralyse the whites—tec-l
ing that the military power is on the side of
the troops, and most of the troops being ai -
lOgant, and feeling that they are armed, while
these they insult and brow beat tire unarmed, j
The National and State authorities arc uhi- •
m&tely to become very much exercised upon
the important subject of what is to be done
with the negroes of the seceded Slates.
(This is a somewhat different tune than
the Parson and his friends have heretofore
been accustomed to sing.)
The Pope proposes to celebrate nest year,
at Rome, the eighteenth hundred anniver
sary of the -martyrdom of Bt. Peter, who
was crucified A. D., June 29, G 6. It is anti
cipated that unheard of numbers will flock
to the Eternal City oh such a call.
H&’nrtolft’s Ffnii Eitract Bncln.
F r A\*«knew arfa.np item lijA-zrUkm. The •*-
dp» vert f N*taie wbi lore toroOjpftnied by
11 bust alurtziiD? ermptems im *g *Licb will be
i rand, iodipp to Exert kra, Vtm of Jk*mnr ;
f Wakefuldf*«. Horror of I> ce<*»e. or Porebodl.ig* l i
Lvil; in fact. Un veraal L *'tade, Prottmtior. »nd
friability to enter into the «D‘»ymr*nu of eortrtv
The nation once affected with Or*:ani<
i net*, require me aid o' Medicine to strength* ti and
invigorate Up* py-t.ui, «iicb Be Unbolt Tb Extra*t
Buchti invariably doer. If no treatment fa aahtiitted
, to, CVnftiunf t ou i>r insanity inane*.
Maid's Fluid Extract Bncka.
I In affections peculiar to-Females.” ia unojii.iled -V
any other preparation, as in Chlorosis «r KottiiiSon.
P tinfbiners oi Sipprcsriou of Cnsb inan Evar.athw:*
| Ulcerated or Srhirros Stale of the Uieru* . and all
oonuri&mts iucid« nt t • ihe sex. trhM&ir arfa ng fr>>m
j habits of dissipation, Imprudence in. or th»* decline or
i dnaga in Hh
: mold's Fluid Extract Bnclm,
DIPROVED HOSE AVASH.
Will tauicallv exterminate from the system Diseases
| anting tram Halms of Dteigatiouat little exiu.-u.-e, lit
tl. or no ch a gc in d;et,no iaconvenicnc. or exgotuii-,
cooiii.i t.--lv superseding those unpleasant tn! naugei-
I OUS renicLos, Copaiv* ani Jletcu-y iu all there ols
I-LT'IIJ EXTRACT HITCH IT
-5 all Disease* of ihoae org an*, whether enttluj iu
••&]a!e”u •Female,’*from whatever ciuee originating
and no matter liovv long rtaiiding It fa pleasant iu
‘ tartc uud odor, *‘lmmediate'* In act on, and mofe
strengthening than any of Liu* preparation* of Bark or
Thcee suffering from Broken down or Delicate
Coubiitulions, procure the luimuiy at once
The reader must be nwftretbnt however alight may
be the attack of the above d l -coses* !t iaCertain to af
fect his Bodily Health, Mental Powers aud Happi
All Ihe abort* disease* ropnire the aid of n diuretic.
iIELMBOIaD’h EXTRACT lllCHl
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC
Helmbold’s Highly Concentrated
COMPOUND KUiD EXTRACT BARSAPABUU,
For purifylug the bio *d, removing ail chronic con*ti
tationaJ nisevsee, arfaing from an impure stare of the
I blood, ?nd the ouly reliable audeffectual known rem
: edy fbr the cure or Scrofula, Head. Salt Rhetini,
' Paius.and SvAeUings of the Uoiiea, Ulceration o the
Throat aud Legs, Blotchea, l*itnplra on the Face, Tet
ter, and all scaly eruptions of the akin,
Bh UTIFYINQ TUK COJIPLEXIO.
Not a few of the worst disorders that affect man
kind arise from the corruption that accumulates in
ihe Mood, ui all the discover!*# that have beeu made
to purge it out, none can equal iu effect
HELM BOLD'S COMPOUND EXTRACT
It cleanses and renovates Uie blood, inati’s the vigor
of health into the system, and purges out the humors
j which make disease It stimulates the healthy fonc.
j tlorirt ol ttie body, and expels the disorders that grow
and rankle in the blood. Much a remedy that could
be relied on has long been sought for. and now, fur
j the AM time, the public have one on which tney can
depend. Our epttce here does not admit ol certificates
i to bhow its effects, but the tiial of a sinn’e bottle w.ll
j sh nv the sick that it has virtues anrpanTug anything
! they have ever taken.
I Two tahleapoonfu! of the Extract of Sarsapar.lU
' added to a pint of water fa eqaul to the Lisbon Diet
| l)i ink, ana oue bottle is inllv equal to a gallon of
I thi-Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or tfie decoction as usually
These Extracts have been admitted to use in the
United States Army, and are also in very general use
iu all the State Hospitals and Public Sanitary Institu
tions throughout the land, a# well as in private prar
ticof, and are considered as invaluable remedies
.See MetHml Propertius .of &ktfhu.
FROM DISPENSATOm OF THE UNITED STATED.
Sen Professor Dewee's valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
See remarks made by ihe late celebrated Dr. Physic
See remarks made by Dr. Fphraira M’Dowell, ft cel
ebrated Physician and Member of the Hoynl r-oHege
of Surgeons, Ireland, and published iu the Ti ansau
tions of the King and Queen's Journal.
See Medico CnlrUrgical Kevlew, published by Beu
smiu Travers, Fellow of Royal Ceuegeuf Surgeons.
See most of th<* late Standard Works of Medicine.
*S'o/</ lit/ all iJrutynistti
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FORWARDING AS D SHIPPING
I'HR Under ignrd have this day formed a Co-part
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vannah; Wtn. K Jaek-HMii. Esq., President Augusta
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F. M. MYRELL,
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aRA F.HAL COMMISSION AND FOR
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Harris’ Buildings, 2d door weft of A. Low A Co.’s.
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E q._ sep29-tf
WARREN & PLAINER,
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JAMES B. CAHILL,
AND DEALER IN
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171 BROAD STREET,
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Aurt Memphis, Term
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(HAS. L. COLBY & (0.,
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JONES SLOCK, OOKHER BAY AND AUEBCOKN STBYRT
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Made ou Consignments to the Arm of Chas. L. Coley,
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DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Osnabqrgs and Yarns. jyts
John Jones, i IC'iicrTOn it. Way,
Late Treasurer State of Gu. j (. savannah. Ga
Have re-o)>ened their office at No C3, Bay Street
(Oppot-iu* the old riiund,> Savanmih (fa-, for the trans
action of h (IvflAra! (\jn*mfaHl<m aud Factorage bn*!-
ne**. Partieufar attention paid to forwarding cotton
aud Merchandize to and from the interior.
Hrrr.HtKon*—T. W. ( hichester, K-»q.. Augusta. Qa.,
I. C. Plant Kki , Macon, G-k, .T. \V. Warren. Enq.. Co
lumbus, ba., ani any Bank 01 Merchant of Savannah,
Oh nep 13 cod lino
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Broker aud Commission A^ent
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STOCKS, RANK NOTES, PRODUCE, Ac.,
And for Forwarding Cotton
JOHN 1 Sl* & 10..
Fonvniilins mid Commission
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
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NOS. 1 AND ? SAMMIS’ BLOCK,
Biiy Mreet, Jacksonville, Florida.
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CUIYNINGUAM & PURSE,
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MEIidlANTtk No. 4 rloddard’* Lower Stores,
l!a.v street. Savannah. Ga.
References—Robr. Habersham 4 forts, Hunter &
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Erw in & Hardee, ( bighorn * cunnin- hnn
£. F. METCALFE & CO.,
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Lower Stoddard's Range between Aheicorn
and Lincoln Streets,
Savannah, ------ Ga.
References—netting, Flint ,t Poarre, New Y'ork:
F, M. Bruce & Cos., AugHsta, Ga.; R. C. Robson, Km..
Allmta, Ga.; Knott 4 Uowes, Macon, Ga; EM.
Bruce, Morgan 4 Cos., Appalachicola, Fla.; Watts,
Crane 4 Cos , N. Y. ; Geo. C. Pearce 4 Cos . St. I.ouis,
Mo IL 0. Bruce 4 Cos., Cincinnati, Q.; Mr n. .1
Cook, Albany, Ga ; Jno. W O'Connor. Macsn, Ga.
sept-'t [• ■ 'im
In all kind* of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS am. PRODUCE,
M kct WmiNums Masicvr,
OppoeUe 143 Weet st., bulkhead between Barclay and
N *E W Y O R K.
Potatoes Apples and Onions constantly on hand, and
put np for the Southern mark) t
All consignment* promptly attenked to.
BT* liefer* to A. L. Bradley, A. Haywood, T. J.
Walsh, and 3. H. Parsons.
a i?t» . coffly
CEO. R. CRUMP & CO.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S(3 Bkoao STKirr. ArocsTi, Ga.
Jn >n 3m
Q K GROSS INK, In stands, at *8 40 per groas. 18
Ot/ doaen Arnold's Writing Fluid, pints, at $7 per
dozen. For sale by -
SAVILLE A LEACH
I aa!2 tl cor. Ilryan street and Market square.
OMCIKIES, Llltt'OlU. Ar.
C K. OSGOOD,
srorii- ISA toiciUEiii a.\o si scr.
JILiAS ST* , HAVANKAI4, U.A.
M IIOUCSALK AND R£ I AII. Di.AI.ER IN
(irormes mid Provisions,
Tin, Crockery, Glassware
B.— ' The hlehfvt Caah Prices pah! fur Beeawnx.
Tallow, Wool, Ilidee. Ac. ts eeptlC
8. F. BoTiiwiLf- B. m ’i*irFiii!Ai>.
BOTHWELL & WHITEHEAD
Grocery, Coimiou and Forwarding
KO. 101 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
Jas. G. Watts. A. H. Cdaupiom.
JAS. G. WATTS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Groceries uud Provisions.
ALSO, IMPORTERS OF
Foreign Lionors, Wines, Segars, &c.,
8$ Bt. JULIAN and 145 BRYAN STREET,
Wept Fide Market Square,
WE would call the attention of our friends and the
public generally to onr new connection, aud
solicit a eh ire of their patronage.
Mr. A H. Champion, late of the firm of Champion A
Freeman, thanks his friends for tfudfbflilt favor* and
requests the be towal of the aame on the now firm.
For sale by
sep2B-4 OCTAVt’S COHEN.
MACKERELHERBING § BACON
nyz KITS No. 1 MACKEREL,
f tl boxes IlerriuKS,
5 hhda Sides.
5 hhd-4 Shoulders,
40 boxes Russ’ Assorted Liquors.
For sale low to dose consignment.
sep27-4 CRANE, JOHNSON A GRAYBILL.
OAA PACKAGE ', Kits to Barrcis. For sal<> liy
ivW WM. H. STARK,
*ep--‘9 S corner Lincoln and Bay ats.
r raREIGN DOMESTIC
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
Van Newton Sc, Wnrii.
YXTOULD reapertfuUy inform their fric.-olt and the
* 1 public that they hare opened at No. IJC Brough
ton street, formerly occupied by Blun nnd Men r: and
will keep constantly on hand a well felected'stock so
Quick Pales and small profits is their motto, and a
shnri. of the public patronage is respectfully solicited,
J. H. VAN NEWTON. 11. ft WARD.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Grocer!ex, Boots and Shoes, Clotliine
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Segars.
Also, Skehan’s Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
in bottle and in wood.
Loudon and Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch aud Eng
lish Ales, <fcc.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
IT6 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and «2 Liberty street, Nety York
GADEN & UNCKLES,
GENERAt. PRODUCE and COMS’N MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PRO
Coin** or Bat and Basnard Strfyth,
Highest market rate, paid for Cotton, Wool, Hides,
4c„ and liberal cash advances made on shipments to
onr New York House. septs
¥6O 0 TONS
Os best quality, 50x5S per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWLS * CO,
jut9 6m No. TO Broadway, N. Y
KIRLIN.BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE 1-LA [.Kits IN; i
ALES. HIES AMI LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORItERg PROMPTLY TILLED & DELIVERED.
3E3C- GTnUWE C 0.7
Wholesale Dealt* s in
GROCERIES, LIQUORS A\D SEGARS,
Corner Jolmmn .Square and St. .Tnlinr. street.
178 Bay Htr»‘ct, Hodgson's Bnfldili'?. Particular nt
tent ton paid tolUlrng conntiy orders.
AGENTS FOR TIIE SALE Or ALE & LAGEH-BEER,
IIRGIMA mm% AGIiMV,
George A. Crump & Cos.,
209 Hen an Street, Augusta, Oa ,
HAVE ou hand a large and well selected stock
Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco.
Samples sent by Express when desired. 3m Ju2©
Buy Your Claret
AND SHERRY WINES
IN RKAR OF POST OFFICE. lULTON HEAD.
A\ r liolesale and Pfcetail
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
VV M SHERWOOD & 00., Sivannab, Georgia,
▼ southwest corner of Bronghton and Jefferson
streets, under St. Andrew’s Hall.
Wc are receiving by every steamer fresh. Rrticleaef
Grocencs of ererv description. Liquor* imported and
direct from manufactures are offered at prions to suit
the trade. *ept2n-lm
lit |A KITS new lust received and for
\nnj aaiehy RICHARDSON & BARNARD,
ecpt2l ts Bay street, opp. Mariner’s Church.
L' Aulhuki A. Cos.
r . sHlPriNrj am !X3MMIS-IONMERCHANTS,
•'ornet B y and Whuaker ,tr.-eU. .
Piompt atieulam given to coiutguiucul.. ot Mer
chandli-e and Troducc of all kinds | un h .«•<! and sold.
XI COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Ixuler in Ship Stores and ChaudWry. Harris 1
wharf, foot of Lino In street, under the hlulf. eejil
Tlson (V (Cordon,
COTTON FAC TORS.
Ccrainission aud Forwarding Merchants,
auSo pc Bay street,
Rue Mill t lie j' A. Cos., General Commission
Merchants, No. 20*2 Bay street, above Barnard
Drndy, Smith A l'o., Commission and For
JJ wa ding Merchants and Manufacturers Agents,
Bay sired, north side, between Whitaker and Bar
nard stiect auget
. FOKWARLINQ and COMMISS’N MERCHANT,
Office Home Ins. Cos , R 9 Bay st.
Bell, WyUy ot ChrUUan, AUCTION, GEN
ERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS. Bay street. Savannah. Ga.
Ail. Scarbrough o. Cos., Geoolky and Coh
. mission Mmu u'ms, 140 Congress and 67 St.
Juiian sts Highest market prices paid for Cotton,
Wool. Beeswax, etc. Liberal Ad,'ances on Cotton. Ac.
Ij'rnin <St Harder,
'J COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bay st.’eet. Savannah, Ga.
AKOHLKB, NORTHEAST CORNER OF
« Broughton and Jeflersou streets. Sole Agent
for the State of Georgia, for the sale ol Chliiornia
Wines and Brandy, ts
E. Korthrlte & Cos.,
In Groceries, "Vines, Liquors and Sugars. Corner of
Bay ami Whitaker sts, Savannah, Ga. sey-2-lm
Israel K. Scaly <S i Cos.,
.SOLE AON NTS AND IMPORTERS OP
Ch. FARRE CHAMPAGNES,
In tire State of Georgia.
207 liay st., between Barnard aud Jeffeieon,
autf Savannah Ga.
Israel H. Scaly- A Cos.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IMPORTED WINES, t ORDIaLS, BRANDIES AND
an 9 207 Bay h twe. n Barnard and Jefferson
JLuma, Importer and Wholesale Dealer In Stan
. isu Sioaro. Fe*nou Bhantufs. Wines, Wuidriy
and other Jjqnors. Tobacco of all kinds.
IDI Day street. Savannah. Ga.
John C. Maker A Cos., Wholesale and Retail
Dk.i.ek in DRY GOODS. HOSIERY, GLOVES,
TRIMMINGS, IUBLONS, Ac, Ac.
Cor. Congress and Whitaker sts.
Thomas Pepper, \Vuocjuulk and Retail Dealer
in Staple and Fancy Dby Goods, at Vnprece,
avnteit Lott irlcnt. ONE PRICE ONLY.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS. Ac.
Samuel M. Lederer, Jobber and Retailer of
Fancy and Staple Dp.y Goods Boots and Shoes,
Clotbino, Hats. Ac; 14(5 Congress street.
Stuai t Cos. 9 \Vholes»lc andKctail Dealers in Grc
ccries and Provisions, Teas, Ah*s, Wines and Li
quors. Corner Bull and Broughton streets.
Special attention paid to orders for the country
C. K. Osgood, Store 18C Congress and 85 Bt.
Julian streets. Savannah, Vt.\ Wholesale and
Ketail Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Tin and Hardware. N. B. —The highest
rash prices paid for Beeswax, Tallow, Wool, Bides.
& c. scpl J
Feist At Cos.. v\ J r.csal Dealer In Winer, Lt
ltl• qv ork, SroAßs, bin Canmes, Ac.
.* Congrees street.
AF. Mira, Wiioi.ksm.e and Ketau. Dfai.kr in
• (4tiQCBRI£o, FBLIT3, Ac.
Cor. Whitaker and Congress «t. Lane
Congdon At Symons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCEIJS,
Corner W hitakcr ami Bt. Julian sts.,
Old btand of W. it yynmna.
Hilton At Katulcll, WHOLESALE liROCERS,
193 Bat Street, are constantly receiving per
steamers from N. York, the largest ana most complete
assortment of GROCERIES in this cit}’.
Ij' !*• Dtyo, Dealer in Choice Family Groceries,
J* Wines, Liquors, Ar.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
151 Bronghton street.
( A’Toolc & Cos.,
A-E BILLIARDS, LIQUORS. WINES. &o.
Brmighton st., third door from Bull.
Billiard Saloon. By WALTER O'MEARA.
AI.E-, WINES, LIQUORS, Ac.
Bay street, over Express Office.
Union Shades, Isbe-nce. Nvoent, Proprietor.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, sEGAKS, 4c.
•it; (is ttulj st„ opposite Pulaski House.
S~». Chart** Saloon, (in rear of Post Office J by
A. Stamm. Wholesale and Hetdil. None but
(.'HOICK WINKS and LIQUORS served. Frco Lunch.
John Jl. Pm-tllle, (late Recorder of the Secoud
Provost Court j will attend to all Writiigs and
Business entrusted to his c.ire, at Saloon of IVreuce
Nugent, Jr., opyajsite Pulaski House.
GAS FITTING, &c.
T)lumbing nnd Ga* Flltiag,
A By JOHN H. CULLEN,
Broughton st., one door We t of Barnard.
WH. Williams, (Jab Fittks and Pi cm her,
• and Dealer iu Tin Ware, House Furswui.ng
Oo iDa, <fec. 145 Broughton street.
Weed & Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers in Hardware anflTtN Ware.
No. 159 and 101 Broughton street.
U • PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
M Bryan st., next to cor. Whitaker.
p- Koethoflw Cos.,
-i Importers of Genuine Havana Segars,
Cuinerßayana Wiiitaker streets, Savannah, Ga.
sep* 1 ui
r • SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNLTF, PIPES, Ac.
Bam nd street, one door Smith of the Market.
C\ 1». Lopez, StoAßs, TooAopa SNcrr, Pipes.
’• F+slit Artm.ks, St.ytiontrv, Ac.
J Cor. Bull and Broughton sts.
F Constant, Importfe or Dowkstio and Havana
Seoars, MmiboiACii Pipab. Ac. Alto, Wines,
u u.ympaonxb and other Liquors.
Bull street, opposite the Post Office.
HUNTING, STATIONEHV, &(.
Savillc & Lrnch,
UOOKfELLEUS AND STATIONBHS,
Our. Bryan afreet and Mnrkct Square.
Yfnrkinpt Ink, M anvF*crr*zn nnd for sale by
Itl DAVID H. GALLOtVAY,
Cl eo. »T. MrhoU,
Y BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
1/ l-arae, b. iHouKAPHEK, "bTATJONER,
J l /. UNDER. JOd PRINTER, 4c.
Ni». Ci Whitaker street.
VV. Mason A Cos.,
•- . HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
No. 1H 11, ly niwt,
FD. Jordan, Dealer in WATdurs and Jewelry,
• Silver and Pi. Aim Ware FancyGooim Ac.
IF* Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
129 Congress at., opposhe the Pulaski House.
Pnla.kt Home Barber Shop, (cor. Ball and
Bryan Shaving, Ilalr Cutting, Shampooing,
Whisker* Dyed, Ac. Fancy Soap*, Cologne, Neck Ties
and other Fine* Aitlcle* for sale.
~ I'ljltNlTlMß. 1 ' ' *
F alv !7’ FCRNITfTRE WAREHOUSE
Nrw Mo UK Made to OkdXz. HepairliiL' Bell
Ganging. Ac., at abort notice. 138 Broughton st
..I."--—-?. ' ' Jfi'i I' '
CHINA WARE, &c. ~ ~
___^^£9giton»tre6 t , 2ddoor Cbm cor. of Bnll
JT. Hearting A Cos., " ” " "
• FIIOTOGH 4PHER9, t
Cor. Whitaker and St. Julian e'a.
DIRECTORY -. CONTINUE?
. WHO 1 AND RFtnt „n
_ sal4 Bon.h*»«t cor. Banar^lj;
V*w Urug Ht,u.f>,
Con.er Uoi.grc* and Barnard eg
JA< , I »FPMAN, GUKiso i W.t,
Thoinn. M. Tarim,
„ . DHUGGIST.
■». Baud and
1 A. Solomons A 4 ~
“• WHOLESALE ANd’rltaii nnr., „
SHOES, of all kinds Wl d ljUl
/ Go. T. Nichols, —‘ ”
YJ RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORK
CON F ECTIONEnv ~
T E. Iltrnandri, " :
o . CONFECTIONf|R—Wboi.xbali and Rt^
SYRUPS, riOnntAI|ANDFTNK n <"ONiri : rTloN f:Hv
Broughton street, two door, f rom Ran , arJ
• WIIOI EBKI.E AM) RETAIL I>EAI r» ™
CIDERS, LEMON. STRAWBERRY am IUSPPFdd
SYRUPS, CANDIES, PBERRt
CSC Iu any quanuties, to suit Purchasers
WHITAKER BTKEET. ‘
Cor. Bay and West Broad etreen
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHIVG.
Carhart, H hitfonUUo.,
Mannfhctai-rrs and Wholesale Dealer, j,
READY MADE CLOTHING.
SRI and 333 Bboadway. oor. Wortu STarpr ’
NEW YORK ’
w F I Hik « SHAEta,
Wm. H. WnirroßD, j A. T. Hamu tot.
J- B. Van Waobnbn.
OfficeofPayanA Carhart In liquidation.
STEELE & BUKBAYIiT^
11 Merchants Roxv, Hilton Head, So. c a
CALL the attention of Wholesale and Retv;
chase re to their superior stock of 1 Fr '
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
Watches, Clock* Fancy Good*, Jewelry, and Pl&tPrf
WHOLESALE and Retail Dealer in Tinware
Moves and SttffePipe*. Alpo, Roofin - Gu
taring and Repairing done at the shortest noUcc
Northwest corner of St Julfan street
sepo-1 m and Market Square
The Oldest aud I>est renowned.
66 Liberty Street,
sfpl2,3mo ' NEW YORK.
TUK undersigned have this day entered intoCoiisn
uership to carry on Stevadorage. Lrayagc, stot
ago and Commission business, under the nnmccfß
J. Dickerson A- • o.
Office, second door west of Messrs. Andrew I.w I
Cos. H. J. DICKERSON,
T. A. QOOIiWIN
„ . N. B. BROWN.
Savannah. Ga.. August 21, ISfla an2l -1 m
Warren’s Uelehrated Needles and Fisi
ANDREW CLERK Ac CO,
4- MAIDKN LANE, NEW YORK,
SOLK AGENTS AND IMPORTERS,
OUR former customers will Bpd a reduction in go’:
prices of ;he Needles, while the quality!; alwat
kept up to the highest standard known to Edclis
maim fact ui crs.
A. C. A Cos., respectfully rolicit a renewal of th
mercantile relations so long anil favorably estcemu
by their house. f . a 26 Stu
K. Hr ALLEI\ & sot,
181* Sc 10l WATER ST.,
AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS,
Small Toote/ar the I'm tn ami Garden, such at f'paie
Shovel*, lloes. Forks, Rakes, ,t c„ and/or Grass
Hooks, Sri/rhes. Scath-Slones, and Atnievl
fttral Hardware in general.
We offer, also, a large assortment of our own man:
facture of Hay Cutters, Coffee and Grain Mills, Sngi
Mills lor Grocers 1 use. Store Trucks of various na
terns. Road Scrspeis, Wheelbarrows. Ac.
‘Fertiliirers ol all kinds, such ss C *’s Super],h«
phato ot Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian (man
Every valuable American and Foreign variety
Vegetable, Flower andGi nf-t* Seed anft Field Grain ih,
has proved worthy of cnltivailon, grown ami telectt
expressly lor our trade.
Sales made in bulk, per pound or bußhel. or in wn«
packets.for retailing, by tnc hundred or thouenud.
COT T 0 X
Tito New York
Warehouse aud Security Company
Ko. 33 Pine Street, Kew York/
With a Cnsh Capital of
ONE MILLION DOLLAR!
will receive consignments of
arid accept time or?*lght drafta for two-thirda mtrit
value, at -hipping port, whe* accomponled by bill*
lading. Competent persona will receive the propet
on arrival. Any other lntormation can be bad by*
dressing the Company.
This Institution la owned and managed by act*
bngiiiesa men. which, added to the capital i. vtits
guarantee entire futety and experience in ihc diapo*
of mcrohan, ise consigned to them. ,
References In New York—National Bank of the m
public; Bank of America.
THEODJRK CRANE, Treat
F. J. Oonxn, Scc’ry. sep22—2at*3ff
For Hale by
scpvtf A - HARDEE &CO
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
.SCRATCH! SCRATCH!! SCRATCH'
Will OUSE THE ITCH 1H fOBTY-EIBHT
Also cures Salt Rlienm, tjicera. Chilblains, a»i“ u
Krnption* of the Skin. Price 80 cout*. For *“ ie y
all Druggists. By sending CO cents to Weeks A Wt.'
Sole Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston. '
will lie forwarded by mall, free of postage, to *0
part of the L'nited States. septJl-3®
WHITE PINE, rough and dressed. ChrW M
White Wood. Fur sale by _ n
RICHARDSON 4 BARN/RR
*ep4-tf Bay street, rvpimsite Mannci s __
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON
NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW YORK.
MANUFACTUEEHB and Deafer. In BnWjJ
Locksmiths' Maidware. Nstls Pullls*. Com
Locks and Knobs, Butt Hinges, Brs*s MV
sndCssttngs Gong Bells, Wire, BilrerFl*t ; ' ‘p)
All r rders, large or small, furnished piomr' 1
per cent, less then market prices.