The Savannah Daily Herald.
WKD\ESDU. OCTOBER 11. 1N65
Cnnclmtlon* of a Xorthrrn t\cunloaUl
So coni rr. on baa it been of late to Bee iu
omc of our leading Northern exchanges the
moat absurd and ofteo false and malicious
inLrepre-entatioas of the condition ot affairs
at the South, the tone of public opinion here,
and especially of the relation existing be
tween our people and the freedmen. that we
hare been constrained to believe that a sys
tematic effort was being made, through
means ot anonymous correspondence.not only
to keep alive old animosi ies. but even Jo
inieu.-ify the feeling of hostility between the
people of the North and South. Great in
justice has been done to us hr n represen
tations of wriiets who ellce: w "ignorant
of the facts or were too r. j t dto state
them fairly. In pUa-i g contest with
the extravagant misrepresentations of
'■ueh writers are the following concluding
p iravrraphs of a letter which we find iu the
>ew York Evening Post of the 2d inst. The
wniei tuus sums up his observations during
a recent tour through Virginia:
My observation auriDg this trip showed
the loliowing as the results of emancipation
o i the negioes and the planters and the fol
lowing general condition of affairs in the
counties I passed through : Emancipation
has unsettled the negroes; they have very
indefinite ideas ot what freedom means, but
they are firm y convinced that the lands ot
their old mas tern will be distributed among
them; they have not, as a general thing,
wmlted steadily nor well, hut the crops, espec
ially of corn, were every wnere looking well;
they are not willing to enter into contracts,
believing it a sort of slavery, and when enj
i ..red into they have In many instances broken
'„hem without hesitation; they show no pr. j
videuce, tew of them having made any pro
vision tor the wiu er; the g< neral temper.ot
the farmers towards them uas been fair, but
they have 1"H confidence in them during the
summer nnd are now omy bent on removing
them from their plauuiions and securing
white labor; one of the candidates for Con
gress, iu setting f. rtb to the voters of his
distnct his qualifications, slaws that he shail
advocate the removal ot att the negroes from
Virginia to some climate better suited to
The people of these counties quite gen
erally accept the decision <>t the war on the
slavery question as final, but they will not
allow a negro to testily against a white niuii
if they can help it; throughout all the coun
ties there are some turbulent spirits, gener
ally those who were found in bumb-proofs
when tbe fighting was going on, who cause
more or less disturbance, but who do not
represent tbe sentimeuis of tbe community
in which they live, and whose violence is
quite generally repiohate.l ; although the
Older people are very much discouraged
and believe tbe state to be ruined the
younger tanners are taking hold iu good
earnest, and will soon repair the damages of
tbe wat. In corroboration of my statements
that tbe negroes would noi make contracts
and bare violated those made, I append tbe
following order Horn tbe Freedmen's Bureau
published iu tbe papers. It will be seen
that tbe Bureau has uoliccd this fault be
“Bureau Rkfcgkes, Freedmen and /
Abandoned Lands, Head’rs Assr. i
Commissioner, State of Va., Richmond,
[September 9, 186.>.
“General Orders No. 16 —lt having been
represented that in many instances the Freed
men are. without just cause, breaking fair
contracts voluntarily entered into on their
pan, and are thereby inflicting a serious in
jury and loss on themselves and their em
ployers, the attention of superintendents is
called to the letter' of instructions lrorn these
headquarters, dated June 15, 1865.
“They w ill, iu conformity with said instruc
tions, see that ail just and lair contracts are
faithfully fulfilled by tbe freedmen.
O. Brown, Colonel,
Although tbe eyils resulting Irom imme
diate emancipation are great, yet they ure
certainly not so gi eat as in similar cases in
the West Indies, nor so great as was to be
expected. The winter will cause u great deal
of suffering, but its experience will be a
great teacher, and next year we may expect
Outrage on a Brookun Lady in the
Park—She is Drugged ,»nd Robbed. —On
Tuesday evening Mrs. Caroline Virtu, re
■siding corner ot C ove and At antic avenues,
Brooklyn, and a lady acquaintance, em
ployed John Foley, a hai kmau. to take them
out riding in Central Park. During their
absence Mrs. Virtu alleges that drugged li
quor was administered to her by Foley, and
while partially insensible from the effect of it
he attempted to violate her person. She
screamed for help, when a Park policeman
came up aod took the whole party to the
station house. At that time Mrs. Virtu was
suffering from the effects of w hat she had
drank, besides which she was intensely ex
cited. Being partially composed, Mis. Vir
tu inarmed Captain Hartt tuat she had been
robbed of a gold watch aud chain, likewise
two diamond riugs, in all v alued at fiye hun
dred and seventy-five dollars. Nothing be
ing louud on Foley, and Mrs. Virtu declin
ing at that time to make a complaint
against him, ho was discharged, after
which be insisted ou being paid for
bis services in driving the ladies
through the Park ; but he appealed in vain,
and etiove away. Captain Hartt uot being
satisfied that Foley was innocent, directed
officer Van Arsdale to toilow him, aud as the
backman was about entering the stables
coiner of Fortieth street and Second av
enue the officer to> k him into custody, and
at.'<nce demanded a return of the property
h - had stolen lrom Mrs. Virtu. At this un
expected cnauge of affairs Foley was taken
quae by surprise, and without further ado
gave t" officer Van Arsdale the stolen watch
and ring>, which were identified by the
owner. Yesterday morning tbe accused was
takeu betore Justice Kelly aud committed to
prison for trial, without bail. The name
nnd addfess of Mrs. Virtu's leinale triend did
not appear. — N. Y. Hamid.
How a Camasche Looks.—A letter from
the Indian Council at Fort Smith, says:
Tuere was a fresh arrival Inst night of
dusky denizens ot the prairie. The Ca
mancbei and Caddos came in. The former
have long been the tenor of the plains. They
are reputed arnoug the best horsemen in the
■world. Tney are athletic, stalwart, stout
looking men, and considerably above tiie
usual size of the Indian. They have enur
in’.as heads and great muscular development.
Th< ir heads measure trow 23 1-2 to 24 inches,
la the size of tbs head is the only resem
blance that I can discover between the Ca
maucbe and the Webster. Their bills at the
clothing store by the year would probably
range irom 75 cents to #l. Among their
■women are to be seen a great many Miss
Flora McFlimaeys, having literally “nothing
to wear,” or nearly so.
The Southerners aver mat the returned
rebels have been badly treated by Balti
moreans, and they are bound to revenge
them by spending their money somewhere |
el»e. Consequently the Southern trade ot
Baltimore has been transferred to the Em- |
pire City, and the Baltimore merchants who i
have valuable Southern business connections 1
are following it there.— Washirytcm R>- I
A Court Martial assembled in Washington
on Wednesday for the trial of Gen. Btiscoe,
arrested last week at Lynchburg, charged
with purloining gold bullion and coin belong
ing to the Government, and with conduct
prejudicial to good order.
‘How long did Adam remain in Paradise
before be tiaued ?’ said an amiable spouse to
net husband. "Till he got a wife.” was tbe
Notice to the Public.
IN tbe rtmr 1546 th* wnt*t < mbaik* tl In th*? Drug
to tue tiiv of tin. Mufi wait* ut-.«
»“•<*« *Xp«ri«M*:t» lit ogicd to tti»
»nctet Uaalr&btr mod* of ; pe r t Moi l Kxt.acte. M *
• thrl« Win/ an ***«?nl- arMeffrfUg a< tinned m. ;
n«tfd by the Medic*! • rutty—l wt d-uiron* r,f p!«< m*
ttefci bt'for • lb- public , but h-altat and gome time
b«for* eoocltrH*i£ to r **oit to u»v'»pf.;»r rwH rtism •
knowing of tb» prejudice that • in th* min i-of
taaoy again«t o*ing «wiwrti*n! Mnilrine or Nog'rmn
but through Tl*- advice of friend* and tho** who had
used them t M.«* olw-r'jon w|s overconi*
A/uir 18 years’ lertion*. commendin a hiuall uiv,
thevopulantyof my mtictw i»n* exte <j*d t« all pnrta
of t tie Lailed h|.t«*. aud vid* Iv turoughour Fo *ipu
oHintrles-.i;d this In th* face of mu h c.pp -dtlo:.-.
Rven' means bit b-en n ortc-d to by jupnuc*hi c
©ace their merit and succ-as ha - . i.nc.vo
uch ■»adve larger jat -ji. p. <
*il! othar prepar«th.ns, and even copying my :id\ertia< -
mentt*—bat l am h«ppv to atat*- th-t out oi the in toy
who hay* retO'Ud to th.*, nunc hav-j Isaen inrcesafui.
in thii notice is to make f*tsknown to the public and
irspectahle dealers, believing. -iftt i *«> many years* ex
ertion*, that the Druggist* will <intc untenance such
proceedin/s. aud that the reputation of my articles
may nut bit damaged by ti»e uaeof initriorot spurious
Knowing that many may read this article who are
un icquaiiiied with me, i append u tew remark* from
those of my native city, ana whoao name-, are known
in all part- of the world •
“Betnsr personally acquainted with Mr. 11. T Ildm
bold, il/fiords me pleasure ia stating I have been
most favorably impressed with his energy and integri
ty. and gratified at his ecccess •
Firm of Powers &, WeighUitin
Ninth and Brown Streets. Phfludelphui
[Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia j
When on a visit to the dty of New York b feu
laye since, I was induced to call on our old frlf-nd rind
towneraan, Mr. H.T. UelmboNL Droggist, 504 broad
wav, N. Y. Hia Store is a Model—a pcrfefi <»em
the handgomest of any kind we have ever hurl the
pleasure of '»• wring, aid *o extensive, being 34 teet
tront, five storie* in height, and over 200 ’eet <l»«p
It Indeed affords us much pleasure to know that ho
has been so successful, and it is ample evidence of the
merits of his articles—as in our whole business expe
rience w« have not known of the success <»l any Arti
cles without Merit—advertihing : merely bringing the
name before the people. ••
“We do not like to adverti** worthless wares, or
articles calculated to deceive our reader*; and when
we see an advertiser like Mr. HelmlMild, whom we
have known for years, gradually extend Uir advertising
frdm yrear to year until he becomes the largest adver
tiser in the United states, we are satisfied that the
statements in regard to his articles must he correct.
The writer reluctantly inserts the above, and would
uot do so were he not a stranger to many; and con
cludes by stating the names o his articles, and the
di-eases for which they have been used by muuv thou
sands with complete succc.'S.
f Ai»Vf nTISBMKNT.]
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Cures Weal: Nerves, Loss of Memory, Tren.hllna.
Dimness of Vision.
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& J. W. Walker, Augusta.
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Refer, to Messrs. Hunter A Gammell, Crsne. John
son * Graybill t Bell. Wyliy ft Christian ; Bothwell ft
Whitehead; Miller, Thomas ft Oo.: M. A. Cohen,
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
ITS Pearl Street, New York.
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CORNER BAY AND JEFFERSON STS.,
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HIDES, BRAN SHORTS, fte. sep22lm
JAMES B. CAHILL,
AND DEALER IN
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171 BROA.XJ STRKK'l 1 ,
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FENNER, BENNETT ft BOWMAN,
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No. 40 Yeskt Strkf.t. r.jtw Tons,
And Memphis. Tens.
Thomas FaNKKg, Henry Benhett, D. W. Bowman.
( HAS. L. COLBY & CO.,
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Made on Consignments to the firm of Chas. L. Colby,
of New York, or to our friends in Boston.
MAUDE & WRIGHT, Agents at Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. Dabney, Morgan ft Cos., New York.
Jarivs Slade, Esq., New York.
Hon. J Wiley Edmands, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. sep 18—tt
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DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Osnsburgß and Yams. jyla
John Jones, I jCuarton H. Way,
Late Treasurer State of Ga. > l savannah, Ga.
.Tones & "Way,
Have re-opened their office at No. 9s, Bay Street.
(Opposite the old stand,) Savannah, Ga-, for the trans
action of u General Commission and Factorage bnsi
ness. Particular attention paid to forwarding Colton
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References—^ T. W\ Chichester, Ksq.. Augusta, Ga. t
I. C. Plant, Esq., Macon, Ga,, J. W. Warren, Esq., Co
lumbus, Ga., and any Bank or Merchautof Savannah,
Brtan Street, next to Mfroelakts- and FIaaNTXBS’
Broker and Commission Agent
FOR ft\LE AND PFRCHABE OF
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
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Forwarding and Conunission
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
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NOS. 1 AND 2 SAMMIS- BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
JNO. 8. SAMMIft. ED. O. BAMMIB. OIIAB. 1., MATHER
A. T. CUNNINGHAM. fi. fl. rURBR.
Factors, forwarding and commission
MERCHANTS, No. 4fttodd;ird ,;i Lower Store?,
Bay stieet, Savannalu Ga.
References—Robt. Habersham & Sons, Hunter &
Gammell, Octuvue Cohyn, Baldwin * Cos,,
Erwin & Hardee. Clap-horn & Cunning hum.
K F. METGALFE &COT,
Lower Stoddard » Range between Abercom
and Lincoln Streets,
Savannah, » Ga.
References—Hening, Flint A Pearce, New York ;
K. M. Brave £ Cos., Augusta, Ga.; R. C. Robson, Esq..
Atlanta, UKnott A Howes. Macon, Ga.; E. M.
Brace, Morgan & Cos., Appalachicnlo, Fla.; Watts.
Crane & Cos., N. Y.; Geo. C. Pearce A Cos, St. Louis,
Mo.: H. C. Bruce & Cos., Cincinnati, O.; Mr. H. J.
Cook, Albany, Ga.; Jno. W. O'Connor. Macon, Ga.
septa' i m
In all kinds of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS *m> PRODUCE,
/ Wzsx Washington
Opposite 143 West st. Bulkhead between Barclay and
Potatoes. Apples and Onions constantly on hand, and
pnt up for the Southern market
lAII consignments promptly aUenkcd to.
.W" Refer* to A. L. Bradley, A. Haywood, T. i.
Watoh, and J. H. Parsons,
s . ‘ eodly
URIM KlllKi. I.IIH UKS. Af.
MILLER, THOMAS & CO.,
JOI H«y Strrrti
100 bbls Flour, vanoas l»raiid«
•io bbl*» Meat* Pork
•jo half do Pig
iibli Powdered Sugar
25 firkins Buiter
100 Goshen Dairy Chefsc
50English do' do. MWtf rcP_
C. K. OSGOOD,
STORK IS* COMORKSS AND S3 ST.
JULIAS STS., SAVANNAH, (iA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groeeries and Provisions,
Tin, Crockery, Glassware
N. B.—The highest Co£h Prices paid for Beeswax.
Tallow. Wool. Hides Ao. ti .-eptl«-
h. G. ruwe & co.,
GROCERIES s LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan and St, Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HOUSE,)
CS~ Agee s for
ALE AND LAGER.
Constantly on hand, an assortment of
RHEI NT WINE.
PIPES GIN. of various brands, just landtag
J 1 from Steamer Canrbrra, and for sale by
MACK?, BEATTIE & CO.,
octC-lw 203 and 205 Bay street,
I ALES ViINES ffluigilOßS&tLCAßi
SOLE AGENTS ANoTIMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA,
NEW GROCERY STORE.
Van Newton Ward.
WOULD respectfully inform their friends and the
public that they have opened at No. 153 Brough
ton street, formerly occupied'by Blim and Meyer; and
will keep constantly on hand a wall selected stock so
Quick snlea and small profits is their motto, and a
share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited,
J. 11. VAN NEWTON. li. G. WARD.
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS. SEGARS, iC.
14T Bay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFFICE.)
We have the Largest Assortment ot
Whiskeys, Wines, Brandies,
Gins, Bitters, Cordials, &c.,
In the South, to which we invite the attention of the
Trade. Call and compare our goods and
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries, Boots and Shoes 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 Ales, &c.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street. New York.
Os best quality, 60x58 per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWLE & CO,
jul.9 6m No. "0 Broadway, N. Y.
"Wholesale and Retail
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
WM. H. SHERWOOD & CO., Savannah, Georgia,
southwest corner of Broughton and Jefferson
streets, under St. Andrew's Ilall.
We are receiving by every steamer fresh articles of
Groceries of every description. Liquors imported and
direct from manufactures are offered at prices to suit
the trade. sept2o-lm
KIRLIN,BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ILI, WM II LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAICF.H STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY F11.1.E0 k DELIVERED.
TWO Puncheons of Stewart’s Paisley’s Malt Whis
key. Just received per Steamer Cambria, and
for sale by
MACKY, BEATTIE & CO.,
ortC-lv. 203 and 3i’s Bay street.
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW YORK.
TVs ANUFACTURERS and Dealer* in Builders' and
XtJ. Locksmithe’ Hardware. Nails. PulUes, Cord, Run
Lock* and Knobs, llutt Hinges. Brass and Iron Keys
and Castings. Gong Bells. Wire, Silver-Plating, <fcc.
All orders, large or email, furnished promptly at 10
per cent, less than market prices,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS.
ALE and Cider.
**p 2 tt
■p huHhnkr Cos.
I: » SHIPPING a*p COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Form* IStj aud Whitaker »tn*et>.
Prompt attention given to conßkrntn**nta of Mer
chandise and Produce of all kirnli* purchased and aokL
Ku« Whit tie jr ( v Cos., Genera? Coin minion
Merchanta. No. 2W Bay atreet, above Barnard
street. a a24
• FOKW AKLfNG and COMMTSS’N MERCHANT,
Office Home Ins. Cos., 89 Bayet.
II ell, Wylly Christian, AUCTION. GKN
> KKAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS. Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
A 31. Scarbrough and» Cos., Grocery and Com
• MisaioN Mfruuanto. 140 Congress and 57 SL
Juiian Ft* Highest marker prices paid for Cotton,
Wool, Beeswax, etc. Liberal Advances on Cotton, Ac.
Tj'rwin <v Hardee,
Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
WINES, LIQUORS, &o.
Akohler, northeast corner of
« Broughton and Jefferson streets. Soln Agent
:• » tne Mate ot Georgia, for the pale ot California
Wines and Brandy. U
XT'* Koethcke A Cos.,
in Groceries, 'Vines, Liquors aud Sugars. Comer of
Bay and Whitaker sts., Savannah, Ga. sep2-lm
Israel U> Scaly & Co*,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS OF
Ch. FARRE CHAMPAGNES,
In the State of Georgia.
207 Bay st,, between hartai and and Jefferson,
au9 savannah. Ga,
Israel R. Sealy Cos.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IV
IMPORTED WINES, CORDIAL* BRANDIES AND
an? 207 Bay at., between Barnard and JeffHrson
John C. Maker dk'Co., Wholksai.k and Kktail
Dfai.kr in DRY GOODxS, HOSIERY, GLOVES.
TRIMMINGS, KIBBONS, *c., Ac.
t?or Congress and Whitaker ets.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ac.
160 Broughton street.
Samuel I>l* Lederer, Jobber and Retailer of
Fauci and Staple Dp.y Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats, Ac. 146 Congress street.
MPerat & Cos.. Wholesale Dealer in Winks, Li
• quobs, Segars Fancy Groceries, Candies Ac.
150 Congress street.
Stuart & Co.,Wholesale andßctail Dealers in Gro
cerles and Provisions Teas. Ales, Wines and Li
qaors. Comer Bull and Bronghton streets.
Special attention paid to orders for the country
t rade. % sep2y-tf
Conc;don iV. Symons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER*.
Comer Whitaker and St. Julian sts.,
Old Stand of W. R. Symons.
Ip P. De j'o, Dealer in Choice Family Groceries,
a* Winks, Liquors, &« .
Billiard Saloon. By VVALTEK O’MEARA.
AI.ES, WINES, LIQUORS, Ac,
Bsy street, over Express Office.
St. Charles Saloon, (in rear of Post Office,) by
A. Stamm. Hholemle and Ketuil. None but
CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS served. Free Lnnch.
John ,1. Purlillf, (late Recorder of the Second
Provost .Court) will attend to all Writings and
Business entrusted ro his care, at Saloon of Terence
Nugent, Jr., opposite Pulaski House.
GAS FITTING, &c.
Weed vV Cornwell,
Wholeaule Dealers iu Hardware and Tin Ware.
No. 159 and 161 Broughton street
U • PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
91 Bryan st., next to cor. Whitaker.
SEGARS, TOBACCO. &c.
E. fvocthecke & CoTT “ ‘
Importers of Genuine Havana Segars,
Corner Bay and Whitaker streets, Savannah, Oa.
U . SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
■ Barnard street, one door South of the Market.
F Constant, InrOKTrE or Domfstio and Havana
Seoars, Mejjusciiaim Pil'ts, &o. Also, Wines,
uuAiiragnes and other Liquors.
Bull street, opposite the Poet Office.
PRINTING, STATIONERY’’, &c.
Bavails8 avails ft Leach,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cor. Bryan efreet and Market Square.
Marking Ink, Manitaoitki!! and for sale by
DAVID H. GALLOWAY,
36 Drayton street.
Ci eo. V. Nichols.
X BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay st., between Abercoru and Drayton.
J7' J. Purse, LITHOUKAPBER, STATIONER,
Uj. BINDER, JOB PRINTER, &C.
No. 6 Whitaker street.
C XV. Mason ft coq
>N. HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
No. 11l Bay street.
JEWELRY, &c. ~~
FO. Jordan, Dealer in Watches and Jeviklry,
• Silver and Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, Ac.
SST Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
129 Congress .st., opposite the Pulaski House.
HAIR DRESSING, &c.
Pulaski House Barber Shop, (cor. Bull and
Bryan sts.) Shaving, Hair Catting, Shampooing,
Whiskers Dyed, ftc. Fancy Soaps, Cologne, Neck Ties
hnd other Fancy Articles tor sale.
Joa, W. Clift, M. D,
Cor. South Broad and Bamard-sts.,
Office Honss—9 to 10 A. M., and 4 tof, P. M.,
Residence—Mr. Wash’s, corner St. Julian and
WM. Walsh, _
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
au!4 Sourheast cor. Barnard and Broughton sts.
* A. Solomons o» Cos.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Itr- Ordere executed accurately and with despatch.
BOOTS AND SHOE&
Ames A. Peabody, jobbers In Men’s, Women's.
and Children’s Cair, Serge and Kid BOOTS and
SHOES, of all kittdl and qualities.
132 Cougreggst., 4th door North of the Market.
G 1 eo. T. Nichols,
V RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORK.
EN u. Smyth, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AND
4. CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail.
109 Broughton street, 2d door from cor. of Bull
a CONFECTIONER—WnoLFtat.* awn Rxtaix.
MAtTEFAOTrRKE Os .
SYRUPS, CORDIALS AND FINE CONFECTIONERY
OF At.l. KINDS.
146 Broughton street, two doors from Barnard.
. '■ 'UOLESAI.a AND ISETAIK DKALr.2 IN
CIDERS, LEMON. STRAWBERRY anx> RASPBERRY
SYRUPS, CANDIES, do., do.,
HT* In any quantities, to suit Purchasers, my
~ - SODA WATER.
John Bran, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER
and ALE. CORDIALS. SYRUPB, do
Cor. Bay and West Broad streets
vmh out-linildmg, «!’ nearly new and In good repair!
The Store Is an excellentatand tor a Retail business.
For further particulars spply to
•oaoo *r h 3 OITOiIARTIN A CO.,
B'P 29 '!! No. 148 Bay street
**Y GOODS UD Cixmilixu.
BOOTS, SHOES AMD RATS.
T HF w,,rETV !L C SSS?»
Heidt ft Ludlow, rr-pecifully call, itt^°?
Ills friends and the public generally to their la rue .tV
of Clothing, Furniehiiig* Oooda, anl
Hat.s which thi-y are now opening, and woT'selUt
Wholesale and Itetail. at the old stand of Heidt Ai
*** No ’ lol Br > an «St. Julianaheet, J Q*;
>a -' lrn E. HEIDT.
OA CASES OF PRINTS, the best styl,s J„ n „
cetved and will be jobbed low liy " 1
A T GRAY
“ SS SS“ ‘3*
11 Merchants How, Hilton Head, So. Ca
CALL the attention of Wholesale and Reta'l ,
chasers to their superior stock of ‘ 1 Dr '
MILITARY AND SAVAL CLOTHING
„ FURNISHING GOODS,
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, ar,d P1.0.r
Ware,Swords, Sashes, Belts. Embroiderita
Field Glasses, Gauntlets Gloves, ftc , c U,< - < “' 9
The Oldest and best renowned.
66 Liberty Street,
Warren’s Celebrated Needles and Fish
ANDREW CLERK & CO
4S MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK, " ’’
SOLE AGEA’TS AND IMPORTERS
OUR former customers wUI find a redurtim, i„
prices of, he Needle* while the
A. C. ft Cos , respectfully solicit a renewal of the
,on * aud favorab Lr 3^
H. H< ALLEN & so«,
180 & 191 WATER S'Y.,
ANO MACHINERY OF All KINDS,
Smnll Toohfar the Farm and Garden, such as Shade'
Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, <tc„ and for Grass "
Hooks, Scythes. Scyth-Sione s, and Agricul
tural Harawure in general.
Wo offer, also, a large assortment of our own roam;
factnre of Hay Cutters, Coffee andOraiu Mills, Sugar
Mills for Grocers* use. Store Trucks of various cat
torus. Road Scrapers, Wheelbarrows. &c.
Fertillizers of all kinds, such as Oie’s Superphos
phate ot Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian Guano
Every valuable American and Foreign variety of
Vegetable, Flower aud Grass Seed aud Fluid Grain that
h*s proved worthy of cultivation, grown and selected
expressly for our trade.
Sales made in bulk, per pound or bushel, or In small
packets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand.
COT T 0 N
Tlio New York
Warehouse and Security Company,
No. *6 PI ne Street, New York,
Witti a Cash Capital of
ONE MILLION DOLLARS,
will receive consignments of
and accept time orfafcht drafts for two-thirds market
value, at shipping port, when accompanied by bill of
lading. Competent iiersons will receive the property
an arrival. Any other inlormation can be had by au
ftreseing the Company.
This Institution is owned and managed by active
business men. which, added to the capital invested,
guarantee entire safely and experience in the disposal
of merchandise consigned to them.
References in New York—National Bank of the Re
pnblic; Bank of America.
THOODORE CRANK, Pres t.
F. J. Oodih, Sec’ry. sep22—-2aw3w
For maje by
„ , N. A. HARDEE & CO.
Brown’s Standard Scales.
TTSED by the United States and Foreign Govern
a-J menta for more than
Adapted to any branch of business for foreign nr
home markets. Warranted accurate and durable.
Sales rooms No. 3 Barclay-st., near Broadway.
sepl» ly B. BROWN. Manufacturer
rfIHE subscriber, formerly of Savannah, and resident
A at Bliickshear, Pierce county, Ga..on the Atlan
tic * Gnlf Railroad, will give his jiei-sonal «ndundi
vided attention to the sale and purchase of land*
contiguous to the said railroad, on commlssiuu, ana
solicit* the patronage of all needing an agent there-
An experience In the land, lumber and timber bus
ness of twenty years in Georgia and South Carolina
guarantees ample qualification. He will be repre
sented In Savannah by Mr. Henry Bryan, and in
York by the Great Southern Land Agency, T 1 Broad
way. JOHN D. DELANNOI
- to any old resident in Savannah.
No. 64 Dm e Street, New Tort
HAVE cm Msg on hand, their well kno*»
and BAR LEAP
Which they offer for said at the lowest market prior
Orders solicited, and shipments promptly attend®
to. JAMES MoCULLOUOH President
OK GROSS INK, in stand*, »t $8 60 pc*
WV dozen Arnold’s WrlUng Fluid, pints, at 1
dozen. For sale A LIACH.
sulitf cor. Bryan street and Market eqoar^
HawH I *^'’
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