THE ' SAVANNAS DAILY HERALD.
VOL. I—NO. 237.
The Savannah Daily Herald
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JjT TER FROM NEW YORK.
New York, Oct. 13, 1860.
we are to have, commensurate with the
vast demands of this metropolis. It has been
a little surprising that some one of our enter
prising hosts, who so well know the wants
and requirements of our travelling public,
has not long before this conceived the idea,
which is about to be carried out near the
Central Park, of a hotel which would not in
a twelvemonth have to he extended by taking
in and refitting two or three adjoining build
ings. Hardly an hotel has been erected in
this city during the past ten years hut has
had to be eularged to accommodate increas
ing patronage. This is partly owing to the
large number of resident New Yorkers who
have come to the conclusion that hoarding at
a hotel is much cheaper and far less trouble
some than keeping up a tashiobahle residence-
I know an enterprising and popular gentle
man of this city who, a year since, lorsook
his magnificent residence in one of the most
fashionable up-town neighborhoods and took
a suite of rooms at one of our hotels, letting
his house (furnished) for an annual rental
which exceeds his board bill by over one
thousand dollars per annum. By this move
he escapes ai! the bother of house servants,
and, more than all, does not have to keep a
sort of private hotel for hundreds ot country
friends and relatives who invariably made it
their home for weeks when on business or
visiting here. Some of ou.t hotels are exclu
sively occupied by families, like the Graraor
ey Park hotel, mid uearly all have their best
rooms monopolized by .them, but the big,
mammoth, and prodigious allair projected,
will cover some six acres, and will be of suf
ficient capacity to accommodate over five
hundred families and a thousaud transient
guests. One of the features will be an im
mense stable where carriages can be obtained
for drives on the Park, at “rates much below
those charged by the thieving Jehus who now
infest that beauty-spot of New Y >rk. Cran
ston, wno is considered one ot the best hotel
keepers on this continent, is the projector of
this great enterprise. New York is nothing
uuless it is b-i-o yon koow, consequently wo
must have the biggest hotel as well as the
biggest swindlers mat can he procured ! Two
millions of dollars is the sum,—the money is
ready—the ground is already bought and paid
for—and the pick and shovel are already at
work getting tne earth ready for the founda
* Sew Theatres.
While we have a large assortment of
theatres, each uew comer si-ems to he greet
ed with a warm and rennmerative welcome.
New York grows so rapidly that there is al
ways ufieid lor uew enterprises of the kiud.
o't, ■„ we gave are thronged nightly, and
pay. ooinelvaie si true, I mentioned that Sir.
Pike pibposed to buiVA -a new opera house up
town. The project had advance no further
that I can leai but is still contemplated,
and the-opening of next Spring will proba
bly see tne commencement of the edifice.
Other parties are iu the fluid with lueu plans
lor new theatres, Mr. Avery Smith, the
largest circus proprietor in the United States,
has putchused Rev. Mr. Chapiu’s church on
Broadway, with the adjoining property on
Crosby street, for the purpose of building
upon the site, an equestriau theatre on the
plan of the Loudon Astieys. It will he much
larger than the latter, and it is expected will
excel it in other respects. The price paid
for the property was §IIO,OOO. -Barney
Williams and otiiers have decided to build a
new theatre in the vicinity of Union Square,
and Barney, who has put §50,000 into the
enterprise will, it is supposed,take control of
the new establishment. The Hippotlieatron
on Eourteenth street, has been sold to Mr.
J. B. Lent, the popular circus manager for
are not so popular as formerly, at least such
appears to be the fact. The game of base
ball is at present much more affected, and
tbougli our billiard saloons are pretty well
patronized, there seems lessiincliuation on
the patt of the masses to indulge in caroms,
draw shots, etc., than there used to be.—
Still once in a while new life is imparted to
the biiliardic world by games between the
most "famous masters of the ait,” as for
instance,a week or so ago, between the New
York favorite aud ex-champion Dudley Cav
anagh and Mons. Carme, the latest importa
tion from France, and a real master of the
points of the game. The game was the
French three ball carom 250 points up for
§I,OOO a side, and the first of three games
to he played by the contestants, one of
which is the American four ball carom, 1500
points. Carme was the wiuner of the first
game by 26 points. He was nervous durjng
the evening, and frequently missed -easy
counts, hut he often made difficult shots
with ease, and his masse and draw shots
were of most delicate execution, Cavauagb,
who possesses extraordinary nerve, never
lost his sell-control), aud played with his
The other games of the series will be wit
nessed by as large crowds as that which at
tended the first.
is about to be revived in this city. Tbe pro
prietor of this once popular Southern finan
cial journal drifted into the current of seces
sion, and was indeed one of the leaders of
that movement. He has been pardoned by
the President, and now proposes Hr give the
Review a national character, promising *•' to
devote all his energies to the development of
the great material interests ot the Union—
its commerce, agriculture, manufactures, in
ternal improvi uitnts and general industry.”
Mr. Deßow, I am glad to sec, regards the
issues of tbe past as dead, and intends to ac
cept the situation in good taith. He will
establish offices in New York, Washington,
Charleston, Nashville and New Orleans. His
Review will be valuable to all sections, and
in view ot the publisher’s o.pacily as a sta
tistician, will be welcomed to its new field
by all classes of the community. Make a
good Union journal, Mr. Deßow, and you
cannot fail of success.
Oar Stsamboat Palace*
are nearly through with their trips on the
Hudson. The cold weather comes on apace,
and if It continue as rspidly, wd shall soon
have ice on our noble river. Some of the
boats haul off very soon, aud among others
the famous “Mary Powell” which makes her
last trip this season to West Point, Wen
burgh, Poughkeepsie aud Roudont on Sat
uiduy. This steamer Is called by many the
fastest on the Hudson, and she has literally
coined money within the last two or three
years. In 1604, with an opposition boat on
the track, taking pnssengeia for 25 cents,
and with her own rotes down to have the
usual tariff, the Powell is said to have clear
ed |45,000. Not long since, an offer Os f200,-
000 wui made for one halt ot her, and relus
ed. It is an old aayingsthat “every one has
his price," and it seems a true one lathis
instance. Whether more or less than §400,000
was paid for tier I don’t know, but she has
been sold to Major Cornell, who runs a night
line on the same route, and wUI be refitted
with ample cabin accommodations, and run
next season on the night line, in connection
with the James W. Baldwin. The Thomas
Cornell, ot the latter named line has been
sold, and is to be lengthened fifty feet and
put on the Troy route. Major Cornell is
building anew steamer to take the place of
the Powell on the day route next season,
which is expected to he even faster than the
fleet boat withdrawn from the line. She will
have to be fast indeed, for the Powell, with
out pushing, easily accomplished 18 miles per
hour with the wind and tide against her, and
23 with both iu her favor. I have heard it
repeatedly said she could make-28, and have
very little doubt of it. The opposition boat
carried sixty pounds of steam last year, and
then was uuabli to keep up with the Powell,
which rarely, if ever, carried over twenty
eight pounds to the inch. Capt. Anderson
leaves the Powell. He owned nearly half of
her, and has, I suppose, accumulated quite
a fortune. There is also talk that another
new steamer is building for Capt. W. H.
Smith, the well known ibriuer Captain of the
famous America, and already the proprietor
ot several boats on the river, to ruu against
the successor .of the Mary Powell. Fares on
the Hudson will be cheap next year. Some
alteiations are to be made in the last steamer
Chaui cey Vibbard, running between here
and Albany, which it is expected will in
crease her great speed two or three miles an
hour. Some of these days the steamers beat
the cars, unless they are ruu faster than at
We have plenty of old wooden structures,
in a horrible state of dilapidation, in place of
which the commercial metropolis ought to
have magnificent iron or granite edifices.
The market houses belong to the city and
yield a large sum in rents —sufficient, one
would judge, to justify their replacement
by handsome aud durable buildings. But
I suppose the cily fathers are appalled
by the already enormous tax bills tooted
annually by the citiens, aud shrink
from the great outlay necessary to af
ford us good market facilities. Other
cities have fine market houses, but New
York has none, and awaits the day when
some public spirited citizens shall join
, their hands together, get a charter from the
| Legislature—the source from which we seem
to get all our henificent ordinances and build
tor us market houses which will be a credit
jto New York. Asa speculation it would
1 pay, and as a blessing to the city it would
be beyond Compare.
THE CHARLESTON FIRE
[From the Charleston Courier, 19th. }
The conflagration of yesterday by which
the Courier establishment, on Hayne street,
with its presses and nearly all its material,
was destroyed, has left us in such a condi
tion as will be a sufficient apology lor any
shortcomings in particulars. Os the origin
of the fire nothing is kuowu beyond the fact
that between three and four o’clock Wed
nesday, flames were discovered issuing from
ttie wholesale grocery and liquor establish
ment of Mr. W. H. Cbafee No. 41, adjoining
the Courier Offlco on the east. Notwith
standing the prompt arrival and the most
strenuous efforts of our gallant firemen, the
devouring element made such r ipic progress
especially in the rear buildings, as to raise
apprehensions of our danger, but too late for
the removal of our presses or machinery.—
The only saved were the terms for
the Supplement aud one site? l our paper,
which had already been worked on, * ,ew
cises and our desks, books and papers. T’lo
building occupied by the Courier office be
longed to Messrs. Johnson, Crews & Co.,and
we learn was insured in various New York
Insurance Companies f0r§12,500. Ourowu
insurance was lor §IO,OOO.
Tha building .No. 29, adjoining Mr. Chafee s
establishment on the East caught fire and
was also in full blaze about the same time as
the “Courier.” This was occupied by Messrs.
Hastie, Calhoun & Cos., wholesale dealers in
shoes, saddlery, Tbeir stock in stores
was valued at $20,000. A portion was saved
and the insurance it is supposed will about
cover their loss. They will probably open
tor business in a few days and are in daily
expectation of receiving new -arrivals of
goods. The building, which also belonged
to the firm and was entirely destroyed, was
insured in a New York company to the
amount of §B,OOO.
The building, No. 41 Hayne street, the
lower floor occupied by W. H. Chafee, as a
wholesale grocery and liquor establishment,
aud the upper stories by \V. T- Burge & Cos.,
dealers in staple and taucy drv goods, also
belonged to Messrs. Johnson, Crews & Cos.,
aud was insured for §12,500. The stock of
Mr. Chafee was valued at §30,000, and in
sured for §15,000- The stock was entirely
destroyed. The large establishment of
Messrs. Crane, Boylston & Cos., took Are,
and the roof and upper story badly injured.
The damage is estimated at §5,000.
The building formerlyoccupied and owned
by Hyatt, Mcßurney & Cos., 37, and the Ad
joining building occupied by Messrs. Jen
nings, Thomtinson & Cos., weie but slightly
damaged. The Charleston hotel which has
withstood the test of several other confla
grations in the same locality was agein iu
imminent danger but escaped with a slight
scorching. Great credit is due to the fire
men together with the proprietor Mr. White,
and the employees of the hotel for their
steady and incessant labors to save this noble
building. The total loss by the fire is esti
mated by good judges at about §150,000.
LOSS OF LIFE.
The most unfortunate occurrence resulting
from the tire was the terrible accident and
loss of life in building 41, caused by the fal
lißg of a partition wall upon a- number of
persons engaged in removing a safe. It has
been impossible to obtain a correct account
of the number ot persons killed and wounded.
Prom eight to ten were brought out badly
wounded, some of whom have since died.
A number of bodies are reported still
buried beneath the rubbish. Captain E. Q.
ilofiman, Chief of Police, had-his right leg
broken and a deep gash made in the temple.
He was brought ont iusensible and carried
to Major Stuber’s residence, where, at last
accounts,he was in a most critical condition,
and but slight hopes entertained of his re
Too much praise cannot be awarded to
both officers aud privates of the Military Po
lice for their active and efficient assistance.
The firemen, also, desire ua to return
their thgnks to Mr. H. Badenhnp, of the
Meeting-street Restaurant, for refreshments
liberally furnished at the fire.
Yesterday morning at about balf-paat
three o’clock, as we. bad fiuishedour supple
ment and a portion of our paper, a fire burst
in a sheet ot flame, through the adjoining
wall and rapidly spread, and in its ravages
consumed the press and a greater part of the
material We have met with a severe loss.
We were just about to enlarge the paper, in
accordance with the demands of tbe com
munity and the progress of events.
The only result will be a short delay. We
are now in our old quarters on tbe Bay,
fri.m which the "Courier" has been issued
for many years and whence, with tbe type
and material saved, we send tt this raorniug
on Its accustomed mission.
We are not depressed by tbe recent calami
ty. In a few days all will be well again.—-
We will then be able to redeem tbe promise
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1865.
of the past and the “Courier" will greet our
readers, although in a larger dres9, yet we
trust with its welcome and familiar face.
OFFICE ACTG SUB ASST COM 8., j
Bureau Rbfcgee9, F. and A. Lands,
District of Savannah, Ga., ) |
• Savannah, Ga., Oct., 1865. J
no. 1. i
In compliance with Par. 3, of Circular
No. 2, from Office Acting Assistant Commis
sioner for the State of Georgia,
All ptr-ons in thiq District desiring to em
ploy Freedmeu, are respectfully requested
to make known the fact at this office, to
gether with their address, or name ot agent
nearest of access, and a full statement ot the
number.and the kind of employment, and the
It will he horue in mind that in many in
stances the Frecdmen have families' lor
which to provide. Persons wanting laborers
and having the means of furnishing shelter,
&c., for families and willing to do it, are
particularly requested to state the fact. In
furnishing laborers preference will he given
■to the parties offering the most liberal com
HENRY L STONE,
Capt. 103d U. S. C. Infantry,
Act. Sub. Ass t Coium'r,
District of Savannah.
Sub Dist. of Ooeechee, >
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 9th, 1865.)
To facilitate the collection of the tax
enumerated in paragraph 6, Special Orders
No. 32, dated Headquarters, Sub-District of
Ogeeehee, it is hereby ordered :
That officers of banks, insurance, express
aud other stock companies, manufactures,
merchants, professional men, and all others
who receive a salary or employ labor for
which compensation is paid, amounting to or
exceeding eighty-three and one-third dollars
per mdntli. will render to Captain Win. T.
Easton, Tax Receivei, city of Savannah, Ga.,
prior to the 20th instant, a certified report
for the months of September and Octobei,
1865, stating name, occupation aud amount
of compensation received or paid.
By command of
Bvt. Brig. Gen. DAVIS.
Signed: W. H. Folk, Ist Lieut, and
A. A. A. G. octlO-15
A Triumph in Mechanical Science.
Hf ANUFACTURED under two distinct patents, of
All. entirely “orlpnal construction;”does not infringe
on any other machine. This cxtracr.Unary achieve
ment of mechanical ingenuity works upon a-Table
uses the straight Nettle, makp« :1c ..mtftn Han.i
Stitch, hi the rule oi It* studies to each evolution of
the wheel, will Tuck, Shirr, Crimp, Hem, Ruffle, &c ,
with wonderful speed, accuracy and neatness, will
sew with Double and Single Thread of all kiuds, U
strong, and can not get out of order, and has received
the full approval of the princip.d journals and all who
have used (item.
This machine works like a charm and sews neat and
rapid, livery family require one.”—xV. V. World.
“For the Dressmaker it is invaluable, lortlic House
hold It supplies a vacant place.”— Qodey's Ludiea'
“It uses a common needle, sews very rapidly, and is
so easily understood that a child can use it.”—.V. O.
Single machines sent to any part of the country pci
express, packed in box with printed Instructions on
receipt or the price—slo. Sale delivery guaranteed.
Agents wanted everywhere. Circular containing lib
eral inducements sent free.
All orders inu*t be addressed to
Ten Dollar Sewing Blarhlnr Company,
v NEW YORK.
Paper and RagTitVSlffiP
Warren & Platner,
WHOLESALE dealers in all kinds of coarse and
fine Puper, Envelops Twines and.Paper Boxes
Sole Agents in this city for the Batli Paper Mills.
The highest cash prices paid for Rags. Old Rope
and Bagging and Waste Paper, in large or small
octlO-tf 210 Bay street, Savannah, Ga.
IS hereby given that neither the owners or agents of
the Steamers AMAZON, GIBBONS and LAURA,
will be responsible for any debt, bill or contract made
by any of the officer* or crew of said steamers unless
made by written permission of
ERVTIN & HARDEE,
For Agents and Owners.
Jno. L RocmillEt, Agent on. Wharf.
ORDINARY’S OFFICE, )
State of Georgia, Chatham County. /
EXECUTORS, Administrators aud Guardians are
hereby notified to make their annual returns.
The Ordinary feels hlirself obliged to know the statns
and condition of each estate, and representatives there
of are required to make their returns forthwith.
DOMINICK A. O’BYRNF,
octlt lw Ordinal*.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
JACKSON £ WARROCK was, on the 30th Sep
tember dissolved by mutual consent. The business
will hereafter l>e conducted by the undersigned, w ho
will be happy to receive a continuance ofthe pa
tronage bestowed on the late firm of Jackson &
Warrock. L. WARROCK.
Horses for Sale.
TWO gootl draft HORSES, sound and in fine con
dition, with Harnesses and one or more Wagons,
If desired Addiesw
w. II COHEN,
octl6 Pulaski House or Herald Office.
~ THOS. W. BUOOKH
FURNITURE AND CENERAL
224 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—All ORDERS sent by Mali prompt)/ at
tended to. .lySl-tf
JOBBERS and Dealers from all parts of the country
are Invited to examine my
which Includes packages containing complete asaoQ
ments, put np expressly for Country Trade,”
Goods re-packed to suit purchasers.
109 Broughton St., 2d door from Ball St.
octlO ts E D. SMYTH.
3500 TONS ~
Os beat quality, 60xM per lineal yard.
For mlc l>w
FrtWfJt A CO.
lut» to No. 70 Broadway. N. Y.
TWO month* after date application will be made
to the Conn of Ordinary of Chatham county for
tear* to sat! all the real estate of James Bilbo, tl»-
ceed, for the pnrpoae of distribution
JOHN O. FHRHUL,
SUITABLE for P*r!or Grate*. Lab-ting and for Site
k 5 in loia to suit purchaser*, by
oct 12-2 w CLAUHORN A CUNNINGHAM
BOOKS for Subscription lo the Capital Stock of
the National Expre** Company at * now open a!
the office of the undersigned.
One ofthe Commissioner*
out 17 for the State of Georgia.
fpilfi firm known as Amee A Peabody, ITS Rrough-
A ton street, i- tliD day dissolved by mutual con
sent. W. L- Peabody will continue the Wholesale
Boot and Shoe Busine s at the above place, and is au
thorized to settle all claims and collect all debt* on ac
count of business tranaac lona at Savannah.
J. M AMES
octll 6 WM. L. PEABODY
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS
No. 211 Washington-St.,
sept 9 NEW YORK. 3m
TRY ONE POUND.
was the mv; tmm m tm
That received a medal and honorable mention from
the Royal Commissioners, the competlon of all prom
inent manufacturers of "Corn Starch" and “Prepared
Corn Flour’’ of this and other countries nnt withstand
The food and luxury of the age, without a single
fault. One trial will convince the most skeptical.—
Makes Puddings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mauge, Ac.,
without Isinglass, with few or no eggs, at n cost as
tonishing the most economical. A slight addition to
ordinary Wheat Flour greatly Improves Br-ad and
Cake It is also excellent for thickening sweet sauces,
gravies for fish and meats, soups. At For Ice Cream
nothing can compare with it. A little boiled In milk
will produce rich cream lor ooffee, chocolate, tea, Ac.
Put up in one pound packages, under the trade
mark Malzena. with directions for use
A most delicious article of food for children and in
valids of all ages.
For sale by Grocer* and Druggist* everywhere.
Wholesale Dp?"!, I SS Fulton Street.
au2s-3m General Agent,
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
MANUFACTURE Iron steamboats. Steam Engine?,
Boilers, Machinery for Buw Mil’s, Ac. Raving
bud long experience iu bu>ine*B and being provided
with very extensive facilities lor doing woik of this
class, are preparetßo execute orders with despatch,
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 Conrtlandt Street, New York.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS
Bridge, Car, Ship or Band Hook,
SETT SCREWS, COiCH OR LAO SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROUND AND SQUARE WASHERS,
TurnbucUles, Bolt Ends, Taps
and Dies, Acer.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, RAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, and
every article used in constructing
or operating Railroads.
COAL OIL TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, IIRMP,
AND RUBBER PACKING: LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, Ao.; ENGINEERS' TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS,
SCREW PUNCHES, FILES,
WIRE, INSULATORS, BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Also Manufacturers of the
BEST OAK TANNED BELTING.
MACHINERY, LATHS, PLANERS,
DRILLS, PUNCHES AND SHEARS,
STEAM ENGINES, STATION
ARY AND PORTABLE
Notice to Lumbermen.
UfSIIE undersigned are prepared to receive Conslgn-
A meats of Lumber, or any quantity or quality, for
sale In this market or lor shipment North,
Oath advances mads when required. Our facilities
for procuring suitable vessel# for ahipmeute are un
AGENTS IN SAVANNAH
VAN HORN. HOLYOKE A MURRAY.
A,'mts in Naw York, Messrs. Holyoke A Murray. 41
South street. If octM
OR GROSS INK, In stands, si *» *0 per greas. 1»
#4O doaen Arnold's Writing Fluid, pints, at $J per
° U ‘ * SEVILLE St LEACH,
aalttt cor. Bryan street and Market square.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, >
Snvanuah, Ga., October 5, 16C5 f
A \N and after Monday, 2nd »n#t., a daily train (&nn
' J days exccptedj will leave for Augusta at 6 s.
m., connecting with a line of Hacks running between
Station 4S Central Railroad, and Waynesboro on the
Augusta and Savannah Railroad
Passengers by this line will arrive Iu Augusta the
next morning after leaving Savannnh in time to get
breakfast and connect With tho Georgia Railroad
train for Atlanta.
Freight to go by Passenger Train must be prepaid
and delivered at the Depot the night before.
By order of
GEO. W ADAMS.
Be P" Gcnoriil Superintendent.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, I
Savannah, Oct, luth, ISO*. J
This Company Is now, in connection with II J.
pick-rson A Co.’s Wagons, prepared to receive and
onward to Augusta. Macon, Atlanta Ac., da.ly from
twenty t*> dirty thousa-d pounds of Freight, and go
through in from three to six days.
Ship Freight and other expanses must be paid by
Shippers Railroad freight can be paid here or, at des
’Freight on perishable goods rnuit bo prepaid.
, GKO \V. ADAMS,
"cm General Superintendent.
TRY ONE POUND.
STATION BUY, AC.
Bull Street, Center of Bay latte.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Just Received at the above Depots further supply of
THK BI’SH-lt iiOER’S, OR, A I*VF.N-
Tt'KES IN AUSTRALIA.
MAJOR JONES’ COURTSHIP, Price 100
ANNIE, OU CONTENTMENT, Price 60
Leslies’ Ladles Magazine. Eclectic Magazine.
Mad, Demorests’ Mirror of Fashions, Price 40 Cts.
THK ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YOHK,
Price S5 cents.
HARPER’S MONTHLY, GODEY’S LADY’S BOOK
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, Ac., for OCTOBER.
The usual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer,
THE CHARLESTON DAILY HEWS
/ Can be had at
News Depot and Cheap Periodi*
BULL STREET, BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
New and Cheap Publications.
Artemas Ward; his Travels, $1.60,
The Lost Will-S6O cents.
Gna Howard, 76 cents.
Yernei's Pride, $1.60.
The Curse of Cliiton, $1.60.
Swcrd and Gown, 30 cents.
. Great Expectations, 76 cents.
The Charmings. sl.
The Castle’s Heir, $1.50.
Guy Livingstone, *1.50.
Major Jones’Courtship, sl.
Major Jones’ Chronicles of Pincville, sl.
Polly Peabloesom's Wedding, sl.
And other Novels, at
ESTILL’S NEWSPAPER and PERIODICAL STORE,
Bull street, back o' Post Office.
SEA ISLAM HOTEL
HILTON HEAD, S. t,
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
BUCKLY * BANCROFT, Proprietor*.
Edward L. Jone3, Agent. ts octlO
monument Square; Baltimore, Maryland.
'T'HIH FIRST GLASS HOTEL ha* been newly fur-
X niahed throughout, and la low ready for the re
ception of guests.
oct6-lm . KIRKLAND & CO.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL It RUO G, PaoraiXTCas
x. a. ami tLL. m. r. anaw
Warren’s Celebrated Needles and Fish
ANDREW CLERK Ac CO..
46 MAIDEN LANE NEW YORK,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS.
OUR former customers will find a reduction in gold
prices of the Needles, while the quality Is alwayi
kept up to the highest standard known to English
A. C. A C'o., respectful ly solicit » renewal of the
mercantile relations so long aud favorably esteemed
by their house. _ aa23 :im
4PPI7 to *
GEO. C. FREEMAN.
Illustrated Price Lists
HERRING'S FIRE PROOF SAFES.
Orders for sll sires received by
OCtt-lS BELL. WYtW A CHRISTIAN.
THE undersigned wish to ißform the public that
they have commenced business tn
SHIP. STEAMBOAT AND GENERAL BLACK
HORSE-SHOEING done with nestnsss end despatch.
Shop at Uis head of Bay stre«,BaU»r*by 's Building.
oct]4 3*wlm H. CHAPMAN.
Woodford & Ritcli.
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. ill Broadway, Trinity Building,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE undersigned haring resumed the practice of
the Law, I* prepared to toko charge «*f cases be
! Tore the several Courts In New York and at Wash
eopSP-SAWlin STEWART L. WOODFORD.
A-ttomoy at Xjm.w,
OEEICE NO. 113 BAY STREET,
(Over tha Harold Reading Room.)
octl4-tf SAVANNAH, a*.
Gao. R. Black. Rotes B. Lotos.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson a Loiter,
comer of Bay and Barnard streets. oct!4-tf
TllO3 CORWIN. WM. H. OWEN, TIIOS.WILSON,
or OHIO. LATH OOL. Q.11.D. OX IOWA.
CORWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johnatnn, Corwin A Ftnnellj
-A. T TO R E Y 8
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, M 2 F STREET, arut TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN REAR OF WILLARD’S HOTKI.
Will practice In the Supreme Court ot the United
State*, the Court, of Claims, and the Court* ot the
District of Columbia.
Particular attention given tn Claims and Depart
ment bntlness. Officers Account* adjusted
W. S. BASINGER,
Attorney at Law,
TJAS resumed practice, and may be found nnttl the
AA i»t «f November at the office of T. M. Norwood,
Ksu.; after that time at the office formerly occupied
by Lawton A Basinger, on Bay »treet, 2d door eaat of
the Ct.tyH.del. lw oct2o
C. S. BUNDY,
Gcaoral A gent
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Street, Between I!Jjr aj«> 14tii Rtbfets,
(Near Pay Department,;
tniui " I,
DUY (lOOUS AND CLOTHING. ,
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dl '.v Goods, Fanoy Goods,
Ac., Ac., &c..
Remarkably Cheap for Cash,
CAN BE FOUND AT
A- Renohor fib Go’s.,
13 BARNARD STREET, COR. CONGRESS LANE.
Compriaing a general Assortment of Foreign and
Domestic Quods, Cloaks, Shaw ls, Ac.
N. B—By strict attention to business, courteous
and honorable dealing with oar customers, we trtist
to merit and receive a liberal ebare of patronage.
A lbiV® ike of White Goods and Linen* now open.
oetl9 ~ v - .
BO4TS, SHOES AND HATS.
THE lubscriber having formed a Co-partnership
with Mr. J. c. Ludlow, under the firm name of
ueidt 4 Ludlow, respectfully calls the attention of
h« friends and the public generaliyto their large stock
of Clothing, Furnishing Good*, Boots. Shoes and
Hats, which they are now opening, and will sell at
Vi holeaale and Retail, at the old stand of Hunt, Jau
don it Cos., No, 101 Bryan and 08 St. Julian street, up
octe-fim E. HEIDT.
STEELE & BURBANK,
II Merchant* Row, Hilton Head, So. fa
CALL tho attention of Wholesale and Retail pur
chaser* to their superior stock of
MiUTARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING,
„ t FURNIBHINO goods.
Watches, Clock*, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
WansSworde. flashes, Belt*. Embroideries,Boole,(laps
Field Glasses. Gauntlet* Glove*. Ac.. Ac . Ac.
5 THE 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.
octlO 3m Boatou. Miss.
R. H. ALLE.\ & Co m
ISO At 10l WATER NT,
An MACHINERY OF AU HINDS,
Small Toelt/or the Farm and Garden, such ae Spades,
Shovele, licet, Forke, Rukee, Ac., and/or Gram
Books, Scythes. Scyth-Stonse. and Agricul
tural Hardware tn general.
We otter, also, a large amortment of onr own manu
facture of Day Cutters, CoYee ondGraln Mila, Sugar
Mills for Grocers' use. Store Trucks of various nat
terns, Road Scrapers, Wheelbarrows. Jtc.
• Fcrtllllzera of all kinds, »uch as Cue's Buperphos
phateot Lime, pore Ground Rone, Peruvian Uuano
and Pondreite, '
has proved worthy of cultivation, grown and selected
expressly lor our trade.
Sales made in hulk, par pound or bushel, or in small
packets, for retailiug, by the hundred or thousand
Brown’s Standard Scales.
USED by the United States and Foreign Govern
ment* for more than
Adapted to say branch of business for foreign or
home markets. Warranted accurst© and durable
■aim room* No. 8 Barclay-at. ntar Broadway.
Sup 12 ly H. BROWN, Msoufacturpr.
PRICE. 5 CENTS
OF THE CITY OF HEW TOBK.
8^, Ca ? ital - ' * ‘ *1.000.000 oo
Surplus .Fan. 1,1865, yQ-l,IS« 4,0
’ 51.504.X88 AO
1 otal Liabilities, $lB so.
on ul UcD °fj'«>7thT« men 6 per caet
KaKHSi* wiiiS, lIK
aud Fire feLoSfiFLJES
firot Clara New York C< mpanlw JbUow w» ■•aed
AT TUB LOWIBT JUTEa
COLOMBIAN MARINS INSURANCE •
MORRIS TIRE and INLAND INBCR
ANCB COMPANY .«... 4,000,000
O.YIMERCB FIRE INSURANCE COMPY.. *OO,OOO
STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE COMPn-.. 500000
moek '< m - Bey and Aberoorn Re
onl Vi®' 6 ’ COrnerDfaj ' ,otl “ d ßiWiMrswT
On New M-Boston, PkiiaJeipiiia
Baltimore i Atipsta,
Aleo, Specie, Southern Bonds, Stock* and. Bonk
Note*. Lotus 00 short time negotiated.
FOHDYCE, ANDERSON A JANNAY.
0c,14 - 2w No, 10 Stoddard’* Rot**
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For rale by
-£?!! D'GHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
In sum* to *uu porchaaen, by
_«ep2Btr A CC.
AWESHDR’S OFFICE, )
* Mlt » Rl TO*rr,
indefinitely, in c«t .|i
puymint* are to be made - Th( *
ur"" wo T h to Coufederatemci^nSTu^t
Any Information the citizen® miv daS™ Lnl uL
me lo,er ”*<* theG ov£,£Eft*U
LAND AGENCY .
T i *?S? l T er T lM;r ’ Os savannah, and rrad.it
a ** Blflckahenr, Pierce countv Ga ah thfd*i '
tic A Gulf Railroad, nIR the /*%■
rtded attention to the raleaud
contiguous to the raid railroad, oncomns*2on*SS?
aollcii* the patronage of oil needing *n egent thra?” 4
daypmKi.ln the land, lumber »"d* l
ne§* of twebty yean In Georgia and 8ou*& Carollna
guarantoee ample qu tJiflcatton. bJnSril
ranted in Savtml.h by Mr Henre ioorHrd in &w
York by the Greet Braid
"V- JOHN DTdELANNOY
Refer* to «ny old resident in Savannah,
Family Dye Colons.
s%*«S»t©d October U, UN.
Black Dark Grr«r_
Du l * Blue Maguota
Light Blue SuEe
French Blur MarOOn
Claret Brown orange
Dark Brown Jink* 0
Light Brown panfo
?-is£P roWU Royal Purple
i.nerry 8a moo
Dark Drab sues
Light Drab Solforino
Fawn Drab Violet
Light Fawn Drab Y©Uow.
F " ■SHftssws aaittar*
H*t«, k tufher*, < hildmi'a Clothing,
and ai; kind* oI Wearing JSSSST
C4T A SA,V>Jv’G OF 80 PER CENT.
For 26 cents you cau color an many goods aa would
otherwise cost ave tin es that sum Vartona ahariL.
esn be produced irom the suae dya. Ttrmasi is
simple, and any one can os< wtthwSfcrt
euccesa. Directions in English, French and ClarruxT)
inside of each package * ""•man.
£uMm by Jr ° Kgiil “ * Dd d«alen^?twi&ll? 0 * W>1 ’
ST Bearer Street, New* York.
Offers for sale of his own importations, In bond and
duty paid, the largest stock of Wines, Liquors, **., of
any oilier house in this country, comprising in Dart of
Otard, Hennesy. Pinct Caetillon, Martel. Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies in hal& quarter, and
Msks. also Otsrd and Houyer, Uferrelere am) Plla
Brandy, in cases of one doaen each
Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam In plpas, ScUadam
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and duty paid, In case* of
•one dozen quart# and two doaen plats.
"Whiskey and Boas.”
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, la hhfe and esses cf one
‘'Jamaica" and “St, Ctots Hum" in hbda and
cases of one dozen each.
Madeira, Uitiry and Port Wlpei
More than twenty different grades is halve* qoar:
tereaiid eighth caagS, also in esses .of one dozen
‘•Hoik, fhainysgae, Moselle need Claret
. . Wines.”
From Peter Arnold Mumm la Cologne, proprietor of
Jasnnisburg estate; J. H.D. Becker * Flln Escho
nsneer, Benecke * Cos.. Bordeaux Barton * QussUa,
Bordeaux, and from ether welt known houses in Ger
many and France
tine. Coanuts, S.vas>ma, Btrreas, Moarsxn, Ou— a*.
Rassrr, Pmsatvzs, Ac. ’
Twenty-five yean' boalaess transsettons with the
Southern States, with tome of the largest and most
respectable dealers,should be ruAlcfent guarantee that
every article oHhred by the adverttsar for sals Is pure
u?eX“vSS^;^r t * ,o «“*