The Savannah Daily Herald.
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14. I*Bs.
A part.tan Writer upon PwiiUa Wl^«»-
The Palis correspondent of the Boston
Gazette, translates the following interesting
picture of the married woman of Parisian
society, drawn by the sharp and fearless pen
<sf sions. Edmond About:
“She has already made her choice, or, to
use her own expression, she lias already
"aught her dupe. He is a well preserved
man of lorty. He courted her just one
month, aud it was she who insisted that the
marriage should take place as soon as pos
sibie. saying: “Bah ! we’ll have time
enough and more than enough to become
acquainted after we are married.’; He has
led a very “fast” life and he marries to set
tiedown. By a very natural iDStinct this
bachelor's heart desired to cast its old skin ;
respect, timidity, exquisite delicacy, all the
symptoms of a moral renewal made their
appearance. Good Heavens! didn’t she
lau"h ’ She boldly dhcjucerted him by
five°or six pleasantries, and they are hail
fellow-well-met, He has not a flutter ot the
heart when he rings the door-bell. He sends
his nosegay, pays his daily visit, and thinks
marriage is not'so bad a thing as it is said to
be. They are left together. They make out
lists, they add up figures. Tueir reckonings
demonstrate they have enough to make a
decent figure—the all important point.—
They have found a moue.-i suit of rooms, a
stable and coach-house in the same street.
I need not say that sue, accustomed to ride
in a carriage troui hei nurse s arms,
don’t marry to go oh foot. She
is going to live at home simply,
or rattier she will never live
there. Every day in win e' they will diue
out (they have ahvu i> u-u their list) ; they
win go ireque i will have one
third ot a bev ■' v, Opera and at the
falian Opera with fn -ids In summer they
will go to gramme ,ui< i » cnateau anti live.
He has already changed h.s tailor at her ex
press command ; she said his pantaloons did
not fit well. In the midst ot all these ar
rangements the grandmother threw a bucket
of cold water on them ; “But giddy crea
tures that ye are,” said she, “all y’r future
plans will fall to pieces the moment the first
child appears." They looked at each other;
they looked at the grandmother, and they
burst into a roar of laughter which liked to
have killed them. It was the first time this
hypothesis presented itself to their minds.—
She said : “Grandmother is right; there ii
n i sayiug how soon misfortunes may come.”
And again they roared with laughter. There
upon she tuoß a packet of oblong form,
which a servant had just Drought in, and she
placed it in her grandmother’s lap, sayiug :
‘ ‘The problem is resolved. The baby is yours,
grandmotner 1" The old lady answered :
“And I shall nurse it, eh ?” “Fie, grand
mother, what a horrible idea ! Weren t Bur
gundian nurses invented to nurse such
monsters ?” “But, my dear child, I nursed
your mother, aud your mother uursed you.”
“I don’t care if you did, graudtnotner, I don’t
intend being sucked by an ugly frog,” What
sort of a home will this girl uud man make ?
1 leave you to answer the question. What
difference is there between mis young lady
aud those creatures who earn their living
around the Bois de Boulogne ? There is one
very important, hut 0013’ juu difference be
tween them—Virtue. 'There is common to
both the same frivolity, the same selfishness,
the same vanity, the same ignorauee, the
same toilette, the same carriage, the same
painting on the cheeks and tresses of hair
from the same tradesman. But virtue!
virtue ! isn’t that everything? No, by Heav
en, it is not 1 if you mean by virtue one little
especial merit, the sole merit the Turks ap
preciate in Women. I admit, being in a very
good-natured vein, this young girl will never
betray one obligation ot marriage, fidelity to
her husband. Is that all '! Will her husband
be happy at that price ? A woman may live
without a passion (especially now-a-days
when passion is entirely out of fashion) aud
yet advertise, post, ruin and kill by degree?
the poor.wretch who gave her his name. Os
a, truth it is fatiguing to see oneself pointed
at in the streets, but if ridicule unjustly at
taches to a poor man betrayed out and out,
it does not spare the husband who looks on
with folded arms at the noisy and minous
spectacle presented by bis wile to the world.
Which aftrout is most sensible ? A real adul
tery which is carefully concealed,
»r a daily scandal which makes the
world believe the wife guilty of a
hundred adulteries? The saddest of all this
is not the enormous amount of money
thrown away, although more than one hus
band, nay, more than one lover, has had liis
all, even his honor, devoureil by the little
teeth of a pretty woman. When the sons
who do nothing shall have dissipated, or al
lowed others to dissipate, their father's sav
ings, other arms will set to work and other
for'unes will be made, and progress, some
whit retarded, will catch again lost time. No,
the subject to be deplored most is the decline
of a sex which has given our country the
most charming moiety of its glory. When
one re-reads a letter by Mine, de Sevigue, or
meiely talks fifteen niitrutes with one of the
real women who remain among us, and then
talk in the midst of five or six leaders of fe
male fashion, one feds alarm. It seems that
the language, the ideas, the sentiments of
low company have been borne from one to
another social circle by the young gentlemen
who act as the shuttle between them. Crit
ics have observed duriug ti.ese last few years,
that our theatre was lusii-iblv abandoning
wit and study to exnilm cgs, fine clothes,
spangles and dance-. deplorable revo
lution menaces in’" the great stage ot
Wuat think rou of . picture Mous.
’ draws i You rosy believe I would
not have dared drawn one in such black co
A letter from the Florence correspondent
ot the New York Herald gives an account o,
some mysterious communications and inter
views which have lately been passing be
tween the Emperor Louis Napoleon and
King Victor Emanuel, which are supposed
to be the forerunners of the recognition of
the kingdom of Italy by Austria, the settle
ment of the Roman difficulty, and the sbear
mg of the Pope of his temporial power.
"Iye heard, Captain,’ said"an English
traveler to the captaiuof a steamer ruuuing
on the upper Mississippi, “mat your West
ern steamboats can run in very shoal water
where, in fact, the water is not more than
two or tbree feet deep? ’ ‘ Two or thieefeet
deep ! exclaimed me captain, in tones of
withering contempt • “why, we wouldn't
give a tor a boat out belt that couldn t
run on tue sweat of a water pith r
Sale of Railboad Maui;a.— Col. A. L
Robinson, Superintendent ot Cuited States
AeiUt&ry-Railroads, recently sold at auction
at Macuester, Virginia, twenty-five locomo
tives and 160 passenger cars. They were
purchased principailj by roe Southern rail
road companies, and brought $417,000 in
cash, or about two-thirds of the original cost.
Forty or fifty locomotives and five or six
hundred cars are to be sold on the 17th ins;
at Alexandria, Va. Much of this Bfock was
taken South to be used tor the transporta
tion ot Gen. Sherman o advancing army, but
Lees capitulation rendered its employment
Hi.vrs on Etiquette. — The more distant
your friends are the more you should call if
10 u,aße yourself heard,
vnli f e °. yu, i lalie a lnen(i borne to dine with
vouh, r w efirot v mecouutlUe P lale before
Ukw.ru“e*® “*• 11 £aVeS subsequent
'endfo'j aUls 10 b° rr °w an umbrella,
u charge 41 once and give him
’ion ./the error. 111 gUard agai “ Bt a repeti
you ln a discussion to find
b-site view/ ku/roT tte . la “ , y lo la ke op
k»r you should u . k / lm down at once for
oum be led into a quarrel.
A NOBLE PURPOSE
A Glorious Result
There are as many roads to fame and fortune a.
there were gateways to ancient Thebes. Your am
bitious warrior is for carrying his way with the
sabre ; your aspiring politician for scheming liis way
| by intrigue and consummate art. But there is one
grand broad path to the goal, along which nothing
base can travel. It is the path set apart (or tin
march of talent, energy, and noble purpose and
though full of obstacles, it contains none that a brave
matt cannot surmount. Thia fact has been exemplified
in innumerable instances, hut in few mare forcibly
than in the rise and progress of bB. HOOFI.AMt s
GERMAN BITTERS. Tor over fifteen years its course
has been onward and upward, scattering blessings at
every step, until it now stands on the topmost round,
of the ladder of fame, as the
' OIIEAT T< > N IC.
Hoofland’s German Bi iters
Is a positive remedy for
- DYSPE PSIA,
Hiseases Resulting fVoirt
DISORDER Os THE LIVER »"’>
And is the only certain and safe
HE ST OK EH OF STRENGTH
IN CASES OF DEBILITY.
By the nae of this Bitters
Weakened and Debilitated Franses Be
come Renewed with all the Vis*or
Impaired constitutions are rebuilt, aud the patient
in a short time regains
Vigor, Health and Strength.
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS,
Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Organs!
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight
in the Stomach, Sour Eructations. Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head,
Hurried and Ditllcult Breath
ing, Fluttering at the
Choking or Suffocating
Sensation when in a Lying Pos
t are, Dimness of Vision,
Webs before the Sight, Fever
and Dull Pain iu the Head, Deil-
eiency of l’erepi atiou, YellowneSi of
the .Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back,
Chest, Limbs, Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat, Bun
mg in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil,
and great Depression of Spirits.
That these Bitters
contain no Rum or Whiskey.
And can’t make Drunkards.
Is not a
Bar Room Drink,
But a Highly Concentrated Vegetable Extract,
Free from Alcoholic Stimulant or Injurious Diu^t*.
It cannot insidiously introduce the vice of Drunk
enness into the bosom of your families—to your wife,
your children, or your friends.
Or others, whose system's have become impaired by
hardships or disease, will film in this Bitters a tome
l hat will restore them to all their original vigor.
These bittei-9 have performed more cares !
Oiven Better Satisfaction 1
Have more Testimony ;
Have more respectable people to vouch for them 1
Than any other article in the Market We defy any
one to contradict this assertion,
AND WILT, PAY SI,OOO
To any one that will produce a Cerlißcate published
by ua that is not GENLINE.
READ WHO SAYS SO.
FROM THE HON. THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
„ Washington, January-1, 1864.
ueutienien: - Having state a it verbailv to you, 1
have u©hesitation in w riting the fact, that I experi
eiiced marked heneit from your Honflaini’f* German
Bitters. During a long and tedious aestioi*«f Con
gress, piengng and onerous duties nearly prostrated
me. A kmd iriend suggested the use of *iha piepaia.
uon I nave named. I took Uis advice, and the result
was improvement of health, renewed energy, and
that particular relief I so n.uch needed and ohiaine i.
Others may be similarly advantaged, if they desire to
be. Truly your iriend,
THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
From Rev W. D Seigfried, Pastor of Twelfth Baptist
Pldladelphia, December 26, lS6i.
Mrsrßs. Jones & Evans,
Gentlemen : —I have recently been laboring under
the mslreesiug effects of indigestion, accompanied bv
a prostration ol the nervous system. Numerous rem
edies were recommended by ltieuds and some of them
rested, but wi hout reliet. Tour Ilooffland’s Germ m
Bmeis were recommended bv persons who hud tried
ibem arid whose favorable mention ot tbe l.itrers in
duced me also to try them. X musl confess that 1 had
an aversion to patent medicines, from the ‘-tltonsand
and one” a aack “Bitters whose only aim seems to
be to palm off sweetened and drugged liquor npun
Lhi m a sly way ; and the tendency ul
I w.r ’ i 1 ' ls inat£e m;ll, y a continued drunkard.
nrer»iit? r s’oars 5 ’ oars w ' 19 reaUv a medicinal
preparation I took it with happy effect, lie action
oL b’ upon the stomach, bat npon the tier
ius sytteni.wtt* prompt midgratiiyiDg. 1 feei that I
l ave derived great; uud permanent benefit liom the
ol a few bottica. Very respectfully yours.
W. G. B felGFltfc.il),
No. 264 Shackamaxon street.
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BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
Respectfully invite attention to onr facilities
for the purchase or movement, of Southern
Products, and will give prompt att< ntion to all ousi
ness entrusted to our care. Intending to establish
penn inently a House in Savannah expect by strict
business principles to raeiit and receive a portion of
Having a commodious Warehouse for Cotton, we
are prepared to buy, or receive on consignment to our
friends in New York or Europe, and will make ad
vances on same; picking, re-baling or mending all
Cotton before shipping, thereby saving the enormous
expense incurred in Northern cities by this process.—
They solicit a portion of the business of the people
of Georgia and of adjoining States.
OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS,
Poftt Office Address, Lock Box 2.3. oct7-8m
BACON, CLARDY &CO.
Cotton and Toteco Factors,
REPRESENTED IN SAVANNAH BY
TITK do entirely a Commission Business, exerting
v » ourselves to get the outride maiket quotations
for our patrons.
Liberal advances made on Cotton at Savannah, and
i part al advances on Cotton ready for shipment at Au
gusta, Atlanta and Macon.
Planters’ ordeisfilled. octl2-lm
\an Horn, Iloljo & 31urray,
General Commission and Forwarding
No. 9 Stoddartl’s Block,
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Cttvs. Van Horn, Holyoke & Murray,
Savannah, Ga. New York.
Engaged exclusively in a Commission Bnfincss.with
aniple anti first class Storage Room, we most respect
fully tender our services for the Jiuicht-S ■ anil sale ol
all kimis of merchandise. oci 11-3 m
AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandise
and Cotton. octll-Xin
MACKY, BEATTIE & CO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
203 and 20 S Bay Street,
OFFER FOR SALE the following Goods, on the
mos reasonable terms,
zSO bbis Whiskey, Mountain Dew -i
100 “ •* Buckeye Reserve |
‘5 ” “ Stag JioHrbon '
2n “ >• T years old Stag Bourbon 11 of
20 “ “ Pine Apple f "csteni
50 *• - Bnrkam's Bourbon Distillation
1 0 ” “ Old Family Rye
15 ■“ “ Old Rectified J
Toeetfitr with a large assortment of Pori, Sherry
and Madeira Wines, H'idsick & Cos., and iieymond's
Champagnes, Brandies, Gins, Rums, German &
Ridgeway Bitters, Ac.
11l coniiuelion with the above, wo offer for sale
Choice Family Flour, Bacon Sides, Shoulders. Lard.
Liberal advances made on consignment to
N. A. HARDEE & CO.,
Shipping, Commission and For
Will make liberal Cash Avanccson consignments to
our friends, Norton, Slaughter A- Cos,, 40 llruad street,
Wm.H. Burroughs & Cos.
Forwarding commission merchants,
No. 87 Bay street, Savannah, Ga. For the sale
ot Cotton and other Produce, Lumber, 1 imber, Plan
tations and all kinds of Real Estate. We now oiler
several Rice Plantations near the ciiv, a number of
Cotton and Provision Plantations, Timber lands, city
Property, and a few lots in the Mineral or North
western parts of the State. st-pSC-lm
196 BAIT STREET,
fcTHE undersigned promises to cure
in all its worst forms without the use of medicine
Please send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for
postage. Address J. M. RUSSELL,
octto-3m Boston, Mass.
QK GROSS INK, in stands, at $8 50 per gross. 16
KiO doaen Arnold's Writing Fluid, pints, at $7 per
dozen. For sale bv
SAVILLE & LEACH. I
aul2 ts cor. Bryan street and Market square.
Notice to the Public.
IN the ymr IM6, the writer emhariud iu th»* Drug
iiu-mos in tho rlly of Phii>ul«i|>hiii. aiul wi.il** thu#
cngJtf r «»fl, init.le ) vcihl t*Xpi->lmt.nts In regard lo fho
most iL-inthlc mode of preparing Fluid Rxtneti. My
ffor ts being mi ’**ft.-ful — thttaitirlrrhtfing »|*prore«l and
n-t and bv tin* Mi dicrtt »»v. uit> - 1 w in dumrouh of placing
Ibem Ik-Core the public, hilt h Mt u and f«»i houh* linn*
br-foie concluding to rv-i.it to n-wtpaprr udv. iTining.
knowing of the fM< indict m that exiulvd in ihemiudflof
M.iny agiim-t u».ng R.tv. rii.«‘d - or Noe*rums
but through tbv advice of friendft nnd thocH- who had
used them this objection wa-i overcome.
After is vrers* xtrlioiis. c uioieucing in a hriiali war,
the popularity of my aitides h.t« extc .1 and to all parts
of tho United St»t*B. and widely throughout Foreign
countries—and this in tho face of much opposition.
Every means has been re*on< and to by deal
ers since th ir merit and success have been known
such as ndveitising larger bottles at lees price, censnr ng
ail othor preparations, and even copying mv adveitia*--
ments—bat I am happy to state that out oi the many
w ho have resorted to this, none have been successful.
MY OBJECT •
in thift notice is to make feci ft known to the public and
respectable dealers, believing, after so many years* ex
ertions. lhat the Druggists will disc untenance snob
proceedings, and that the reparation of my articles
may not be damaged by the useof inferior or spurious
Knowing that many may read this article who are
unacquainted with me, 1 append u few remarks from
those of my native city, and whose names are known
m all parts of the world:
‘•Being personally acquainted with Mr. 11. T. Ilelm
bold, it affords me pleasure in stilting I have l»een
most favorably impressed with his energy and integri
ty, and gratified at his seccess.”
Firm of Powers & Weightman.
Ninth und Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
TEvening Bulletin, Philadelphia.]
When on a visit to the. city of New York a few
days since, 1 was induced to call on our old friend and
townsman, Mr. IJ. T. Helmbold. Druggist, 504 Broad
waj*. N. V. Ilia Store is a Model—a perfect <4cm--
the handsomest of any kind we have ever had the
pleasure of viewing, and so extensive, being f.4 feet
front, five stories in height, and over 200 feet deep.—
It indeed affords us much pleasure to know that he
has been so successful, nnd it is ample evidence of the
merits of his articles —as in our whole business expe
rience we have not known ol' the success of any arti
cles without Merit—advertising merely bringing the
name before the people. ”
* \\e do not like to advertise worthless wares, or
articles calculated to deceive our readers; and when
we tec an advertiser like Mr. Helmbold, whom we
have known for years, gradually extend his advertising
from year to year until ho becomes the largest adver
tiser in the l nited states, we are satisfied that ihe
statements in regard to his articles must be correct.
The writer reluctantly inserts the above, and would
not do so were lie not a stranger to many; and con
cludes by s’atmg tho names oi his articles, and the
diseases for which they have been used by many thou
eands witn complete success.
f Adv lutisemhint. ]
HeimboM’s Extract of Buemi
will cure al! diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder
Cures Pain or Weakness in the Bark, Strictures, Ac.;
Cures Weak Nerves, Loss of memory. Trembling,
Dimness of Vision.
HE LMBOLD’S FLUID EXTRACT OF BITCH TT
iis a pnre fluid extract, not a weak tea or infusion Is
the one thing needful for ali complaints incident to
j Females, tor particulars send for Circular.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
[ cures Gravel and Dropsical .Swellings existing in Men,
Women, or Children; in lack ALLDISEASES requir
ing the aid of a Diuretic. It is the Tonic and
Diuretic known—perfectly s de, pleasant in taste and
odor, and immedi ate in its action.
| Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla,
i One bottle equivalent in strength to one gallon of the
Syrup of Decoction
It reaches the seat of the disease immediately, ex
pelling all Humors of the Blood, and
BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
j These articles, being of such strength, the dose is
i exceedingly small. From il.i- fact, it is used in the
United Slates Army Hospital; and public Sanitary lu
stitutions throughout the land.
ITF” Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
Ask for Helmbold’s. T»ike no other.
Cutout the advertisement and send for It, and
by ibis means avoid Counterfeit.
„ oct9 lm
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COMSTOCK i Kim
Offlce Ns. 154 Bay Street, Sayamali. Sa.
\\'E keep on hand and rnm-sh to order at Mann-
V T faciurers’ Pricsa,Engine,Foot and Hand Lathe-
Planes, mills. Chucks. Bolt 1 utters. Gem cutters ’’
Wood & Mann “Portable Engines," noistine En
gines, Wood Working Machinery of every desermtion
Stationery Steam Engines and Boilers, Cotton Gins
and Presses, Saw Mills, Rice Mills, Grist Jl . r ?
lar and Mill Saws, Rubber and Leather Snv mi
Hose. Gearing, shafting. Hangar* “ml PuS H
and ran lie Jack? and Punches, Pumps of all kii ini' aii
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tr SEND FOR A CIRCULAR, trl
COMSTOCK A KINSEY,
0C14.T0 'rhAJJOm N °' 16 t B “Y ,treet >
°ct4- fa, Iltisam Savannah, Ga.
COMMISSION MBBC HAN IV
IJ' K<*« tu« ‘ Si. ,V <
HIIIFPINi; am. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Guuaar Biy and Whiiakcr sUctl-.
n ... Savannah, Gh.
Prompt attention given to conrignmenth of M. r
chauib «■ ami Produce' fall kimfi. pnuhaeed and b<»Ul
R U u *" ‘ General Commissi,m
1 Mercliants, No. Day street, above Baron, a
street. a0 2 4
■ TOR WARLING anu COMM] SfcN MERf’HAN T
Office Home lus. Cos , 88 Bay at. ’
Bell, Wylly oi Christian, AUCTION, GF
ERAL COMMISSION AND FOKW ARlnNil
MERCHANTS. Bay MreetpSavannah, Ga.
AM. Srnrb.onglv Jg Cos., GanonuY a-.u, Com
• .mission MntciiiNTs, 14u Congress aud 5T bt
Julian sts Highest market prices paid for Cotton
Wool, Beeswax, etc. Liberal Adranceaon Cotton, Ac!
Erwin & Hardee,
Bay Street. Savannah, Ga.
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.
• Broughton and Jefferson streets, dole a 1 n,
lor the State of Georgia, l„r tlie sale ol Caliioruia
M mea and Brandy, tt
E. Koethehe & Cos., ■
111 Groceries, Wines, Liquors aud Segar*. Corner of
Bay and M hitakcrsts,, Savannah, Ga. sej -'-i,,,
Israel 11. Sealy o» Cos.,
SOLE AOKNTS ANI> IMPORTERS OP
Ch. PAIiRE CHAMPAGNES.
Iu the State of Georgia.
20T Bay st„ between Barnard and Jeffeisnn
auD Savannah Ga, ’
John c. iiiakcv As Cos,, YVnoLrSALP am* i;* t lit
Dealks in DRY' GOODS, HOSILRY’, GLOVEs!
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac, Ac.
Cor. Congress und Whitakci sts.
Joint MoCoimgliy, '
DKALFIi laN DRY GOODS, &c.
100 lUoughton stretit.
Oamuel M. Leduer, Jobber and iieuuler of
O Fawcj: am> Staple Dry Goolh, Hoots and Jyiioes,
Clothing, Hats, aYo. i-iu t ongresß street. ’
MFcwt Cos.. Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Li
• quo us, SEGAitb, Fancy (ißockkiih, Candiks, «kc.
iSO Coiigre; s ptieet.
Stuart vS; Co.,Wholesale andlietailDeificre in Gro
ceries and Provisions Teas, Ales, Wines and Li
quors. Corner Hull und Broughton streets.
Special attention paid to orders for the country
trade. sep2.-t f
Cojigdon Si Symons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Corner W Uiiaker and St. Ju.ian
Old Stand ol W. R. Symons
EP. lkyo, Deai.ke in Cnoios Family Orocebies,
• Winpjb, Liquor#, &o.
BILLIARDS, &c. ~
Billiurrt Saloon. By WALTER O’MEARA.
ALE% WINES, Ac.
Bay street, over Express Office.
St. CUarlcs Saloon, (in rear of Post Office,) by
A. STamm. Wholesale and Jictait. None but
CHOICE WINES ond LIQUORS served. Free Lunch,
GAS FITTING, Ac.
Weed Si Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers in Hardware and Tix
No. IQ’J and 101 street.
U ♦ PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
'.'l Hiyanst , next io cor. Whitaker.
SEGARS, TOBACCO, Ac,
. ICoetliecke t oT,
Importers of Genuine Havana Scgara*
Comer Bay and Whituker streets. Savannah, Ga.
1 ♦ SE(4ARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, «c.
Harnard street, one door South ol the Market.
II Constant, Impoutfr of Domestic and Havana
Segaks, Mefuscuaum Pins, <fec. Wines,
Champagnes and other Liquors.
liriil street, opposite the Post Office.
PRINTING, STATIONERY, &c.
Saviile & Ltaca,
liOuKSLLJsKRS AND STATIONERS,
Cor. Bryan afreet and Market Square.
liiii, M.\ NiTAi Triirn ami lV.r sale by
DAVID ii. GALLOWAY,
S j Drayton street.
C'l eo. X. Xichoh,
J BOOK. AND .TOD PRINTER,
Bay st., between Abcic«»m anti Drayton.
IT' Purse, LITHOGRAPHER, STATIONER,
Xli. BINDER, JOiJ I‘RINTER, &c.
No. C Whitaker street.
C \V'. Mason < u Cos.,
O* HERALD .TOR PRINTING OFFICE.
No. ni Bay street.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
Fl>. aJordaiF. Dealer ill WATfiirrs and Jfwklrt,
• Sii.vfr and Plated Wake. 1a not Goons, Ac.
Watches ami »le\i elry Repaired.
12U Congress st., opposite the Pulaski House.
HAIR DRESSING, &c.
Pulaski House Barber Shop, (cor. Bull find
Bryan Shaving, Hair Cutting. Shampooing,
Whiskers Dyed, Acc Fancy Soaps, Cologne, Neck Ties
and other Fancy Ai tides :or sale.
Jos, W. Clift, !>I. I>,
Cor . South Broad and Barnard-sts. ,
Office nouns—9 to 10 A. M , and 4to 6 P. V, f
Hcsideuce—Mr. Wash’s, ciiroex . t. Julian and
WM. Wills It,
• WHOLESAI.E AND EETATI DRUGGIST,
ftul4 Souiheast cor. Barnard and Broughton sts.
A A. Solomons & Cos,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Orders executed accurately unci with despatch.
BUGAS and shoes.
Ames 6i Peabody, .Jobbers in Jrteii’i?, Women’s,
and Children's Calf, Serge and Kid BOOTH and
MlOEb, of all kinds and qualities.
162 Congress st., 4ih door North of the Market.
Geo. T. Nic liols,
RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
f 110 Broughton st.,-2d door irom Bull.
I? I>. Smyth, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AND
J* CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail.
109 Broughton street, 2d door from cor. of Bull
JF.. Hern dez,
• CONFECI lONLß—Wholksale and Rftail.
SYRUPS, CORDIALS AND FIMECONFECTIONERV
OF ALT. KINP6.
140 Broughton street, two doors from Birnard.
MKi» K . raw.
• WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
CIUKRS, LEMON. STKAWJSKRItY ani> I<ASPEEKRY
SYRTTPS, CAN JJllro. Ac. , Ac, ,
In any quantities, to suit Purchasers.
John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER
and ALE, CORDIALS, SYRUPS, Ao.
Cor. Bay and West Broad streets.
i LL persons indebted to the lato firm of K. Holdt A
Cos., and Heldt, Jandon A- Cos., will please call
and settle the same at the old stand, up-stairs.
oct»3m W. A. JACDON
ITCH ! ITCH ! ITCH !
SCRATCH! SCRATCH!! SCRATCH!!!
WILL CURE THE ITCH IN FORTY-EIQHT HOURS.
Also cure. Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, and »U
Eruptions of the Skin, fries 6ft cents For sale by
>n Druggists. By sending 60 cents to Weeks & Potter,
Sole Agents, ITO Washington street, Boston, M*tt.. 16
will be forwarded by mall, free of postage, to any
part of the United States. sepf.'l-3m