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Savannah daily herald. (Savannah, Ga.) 1865-1866, October 21, 1865, Image 4

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The Savannah Dailyforald. ~ SATURDAY. OtTOBKH »1. !»«»■ NO IDIt LiKt IMK Utl) 'AIMK■ 8V 0. W. HOLMES. Tliere is do time like tfle old time, when tod and 1 wt?rt vciuug. lVhen the" buds of April blossomed, and the birds ol spring tune sung: The garden’s brightest glories by summer suns are nursed. But, oh, the sweet, sweet violets, the flower* that opened first 1 There Is no place like the old place where you and I were born, Where we luted first our eyelids on the splendors of tne mom, From the milk-white Breast that » aimed us, horn the clinging arms that bore, Where the dear eyes glistened o'er us that will look on us no more ’ There is no friend like the old friend who baa shared our morning days. So greeting like hi welcome, no homage like his praise; Fame is the seamless sunflower, with gaudy crown of gold; But friendship is the breathing rose, with sweets in every fold. There Is no love like the old love that we courted in onr pride; Though our leaves are falling, falling, and we’re fad tng side uy side, There are blossoms all around us with the colors 01 our dawn. And we live in borrowed sunshlue si lieu the light or day is gone. Thera is no tlmca like the old times—thev shall nevet be forgot 1 There ts no place like the old place—keep green the dear old spot I There are no friends like our old friends—may Ucu ven prolong their lives ’ There are no loves like our old loves—God bless our _ loving wives. [Atlantic Monthly. [From the Sew York World.) A Warning to Fenians. An Barnett Remonstrance lo I lie Irisli Citizens of the United Mates and Out Countrymen in Ireland, on tlic Folly and Criminality of on l usureesetul Hi - hellion. New York, October 10. Fellow-Citizens aud Fellow-Country men : As this great city has been, and still is, con stantly represented to you as the headquar ters of a formidable Irish organization, capable of effeciing, with such assistance as it can command iu Ireland, a niilitarV revo lution in that country, and as con i iantly urged to place vour money and your lives at the disposal of this organization, we li*el compelled, in conscience, to address you publicly on this momentous subject. We need hardly say that we yield not to any member of any such organization, in love and affection for fa ' rland No nppea! lor assistance to any Irish ruse has been made to us iu vain. And* if ia the present instance we take the tone of warning, in stead of cheering, on tße proposed raove • ment—il we take c muselof pru ienefi, rather than of passion—if we appeal To your com mon sense, not to your over excited expec tations, you will do us the justice to respect our motives, and to weigh well our words. The greatest authority on military subjects of modern times, Napoleon 1., writing to his brother Joseph, when king of Naples, use ! these memorable words: “Nothing btrengthens a government like an unsuccess ful insurrection." That is the conqueror's experience, from the beginning of history. And we may add that, in the view'd' humani ty asd of religion, nothing can be more criminal than inadequate aDd ill-considered attempts at insurrection. The authors of such attempts, whatever their intentions may be, are morally responsible, before God ana man, for all the fruitless flow of blood that may follow their attempts ; for all the misery, crime, and perdition that may fol low. They deserve to be accounted the deadliest enemies, not only ol their own peo ple, but of all mankind. The letter goes on to show by argument aiid example bow seldom in-urrections against established governments have suc ceeded ; how, seven times in three centuries, the most chivalrous and Catholic nations have tailed Ireland as allies of insurrection ; and points to the groat struggle in this country, as follows: We say our recent experience at home has taught us how all but impossible it is lor in surrectionary States to combat an establish ed government without* the concurrence of one or more of the belore-mentioged con ditions of success. We saw, four years ago, twelve States of this Uuiou, with a rare de gree of unanimity, led by statesmen, aud sol diers of established reputation, assume the armed attitude of resistance with a marvel ously complete organization ; we know the result to-day; the South mourns its desolate fields, its banished or imprisoned chiefs, aud cherishes no other hope but such as may be derived from the moderation and clemency of her conquerors- Will not even Feuinn’s find the moral of that great struggle legible and readiable ? In this age, by the agency of steam, Lon don is as near to Dubliu as Washington to Richmond. Two-thirds of the great internal lines of English railroads terminate on the Irish channel. From Miltord, from Bristol, from Liverpool, Eugluud could showet de struction over Ireland in a week, while her own iuterior iudustry and prosperity could remain as they are. Where is the unanimity of Ireland,' we saw in the South ? Where are the skilled captams and statesmen ? Cau, then, Ireland hope to succeed with these cir cum.-tances against her, whereas the South tailed though she had them all iu her favor ? As to this country or Franca going to war with England for the sakoPt a Fenian Re public, the idea is too absurd even for chil dren. The French and Esglisli fleets have just been fraternizing at Cherbourg and Portsmouth , the French Emperor, in his fifty-seventh year, is only anxious to estab lish his dynasty. Our government, when it goes to war with England, will choose its "own time, and its own cause of quarrel; but, assuredly, it will not be dragged into such a struggle as an appendix to a silly Fenian . filhbustering expedition. » This movement, then,' of Fenianism is as unwise as it is impracticable ; it is not only a delusion but an enormous sin denounced by high authorities of the church having the confidence of Irishman iu which has here declared it to be immoral. And when, in stead of aiding Ireland to rise and to rid her self of that misgovernment which occasions these anti-English associations, the tendency ot this Fenian fiillibunteiing is to defeat the great objects of reform for Ireland—tenaflt rights and abolition of the church establish ment, it must*fail to win the support ot the masses of the Irish people. Thareforc, fellow-citizens and fellow countrymen, because we know the insuffi ciency of the men who pretend to organize • m New York this Irish expedition ; because we know the futility of the expectations of federal aid they hold out t 0 you ; because we feel bow recklessly cruel it is to endeavor to pit Ireland against Engiaud in the exist ing condition of the two populations; be cause we foresee that another ‘'unsuccessful insurrection" must threngthen the British government, and still iurther weakeu and decrease the people of Ireland—lor all these reasons we respectfully recommend you to Invest neither your money nor your lives iu an expedition which can end only iu shame iul disaster, bitter recrimination among me leaders, an accelerated exodus of the na live population, and the lasting dishouor of our c ommon nationality. Your countrymen and Friends, Many Cwizens Or New York. The Chattanooga, Tenn., Gazette says that on Sunday evening last; while some animals belonging to a resident of that city were standing under the shade of a tree near '-tuiclihtid, Meadow Spring, a shell explod ed from a crevice in the ground near one of the large roots ot the tree, hilling one mule ana a fine mare and wounding a second mule. Tne shell was probably thrown there during the Missionary Ridge fight, and re mained unexploded until the time mention ed, a period of pearly two ycuis. A NOBLE PURPOSE AND A Glorious Result H. There are as many roads to tenae sail fortune as there were gateways to ancient Thebes. Tom am bitious warrior Is for carrying hD way with the i»bre l your aspiring politician for scheming his way by Intrigue and consummate art. But there ie one grand broad path to the goal, along which, nothing ba-e tan travel. It Is the path Sot apart for tlra march of talent, energy, and noblo purpo-e and though full of obstacles, it contains none that a breve man cannot surmount. This fact has been exemplified In Innuiaetshle Instances, but in few more forcibly than hi t lie rise and progress of DR. HOOFLASD’S GERMAN’ TITTERS. For over fifteen veal, Its course hss been onward apd upward, scattering blessings at every step, until it now stands on the topmost rounds of the ladder oi fame, as the : gkeat toxic. o Hoofland’s German Bittera Is a poalttve remedy for dyspepsia, AND ITiseases Resulting front DISORDER OF THE LIVER »'*d DIDEBTIVE ORBANB, And ts the oplv certain and safe RESTORER OF STRENGTH IN CASES OF DEBILITY. o By Lite nsc of till? Bitters Weakened and Debilitated Frames Be come Renewed with nil the Vigor of Health. Impaired constitutions ore rebuilt, and the patient in a short time regains Vigor, Health and Strength. F OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS, Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Organs 1 Constipatiou, Inward Plies, Fullness or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Natisea, Heart burn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight iu the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Harried and Difficult Breath ing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation when in a Lying Pos ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Wets before the Sight, Fever aud Dull Pain la the Head, Defi ciency of Tempi ation, Yellowness of the akin ami Eyes, Pain lu the Side, Back, chest. Limbs, 4c., Sudden FiU3hes of Heat, Burn ing tn the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and grest Depression of Spirits. Remember That these Bitters contain no Rum or Whiskey. And can’i make Drunkards. Is not a Bar Room Drink, But a Highly Concentrated Vegetable Extract, Free from Alcoholic Stimulant or Injurious Drugs. It cannot Insidiously introduce the vice of Drunk enness into the bosom of y our families— to your Wife, your childreu, or your friends. . L SOLDIHHS Or others, whose systems have become impaired by hardships or disease, will find In this Bitters a tome *hft’ will restore them to all their Bor t A These Bitters have performed more cares t Given Better Satisfaction! Have m >re Testimony 1 II ave more respectable people to vouch for them! Thau any other article iu the Market We defy any one to contradict this assertion, AND WILL PAY SI,OOO To any one that will produce a Certificate published by us that is not GENUINE. N READ WHO SAYS SO . FROM THE HON. THOMAS li. FLORENCE. Washington, January 1, 1801. Gentlemen:-Having statei it verbally to you. I have no hesitation in writing the fact, that I experi enced marked bene it from your Hocfland’a German Bitter*. Daring a long and tedious session of Con gress, pressing and onerous duties nearly prostrated me. A kind lfiend suggested the use of the prepa a tlon I nave named. I took his advice, and the result was improvement of health, renewed energy, and th at particular re lief I *o n uch needed anti obtain* l. Others may be similarly, advantaged, if they desire to be. Truly your irieud, THOMAS B. FLORENCE. D From Rev. W. D Selgfrled, Pastor of Twelfth Baptist Church. Philadelphia, December SB, lsiiS. MrseEß. Jones & Kv.ns, Geuiiuinen I have recently been laboring under the distressing effects of Indigestion, accompanied l,v s prostration of the nervous system Numerous rem cd!es vveie recommended l>y friends and some 01 them I tested, but wi bout relief Your's Ucrm in | Bitterswere recommended by persona who ha l tried them, and whose favorable mention of the Hitters in- Uuced me also to tty them 1 must confess that X had au aversion to patent medicines, flora the ' thousand and one" quad. "Bitters,” whose oulv aim seems to oe to palm of! sweetened and crugged liquor upon the community, in u sly way; and tne tendency of which, I fear. Is to make many a confirmed drunkard epos learning that yours was really a medicinal preparation I took it with happv effect. Its action was not only upon the stomach, but upon the ner vous system,was prompt andgratilying. I feel that I I have derived great and permanent benefit from the use ot a few buttles. Very respectfully yours, YV. G. StIUFREID, No. 2H Shackamason street. beware of counterfeits. See that the signature of ‘C. M. JACKSON” is on the Wrapper of each bottle. PRINCIPAL OFFICE & MANUFACTORY No. 631 ARCH STREET, JONES & EVANS, SUCCESSORS TO C. M. JACKSON A CO. For sale by Druggists and Dealers la every town I? the Cnlted States. octll-WAS XKWJPA niu. ... . DAILY” JOURNAL & MESSENGER, PiUlisM Every Horuing awl Evening. MACON, GEORGIA, BCRNER OF CHERRY AND THIRD STREETS. LARGEST CIRCULATION IX MIDDLE AXI> SOUTH WESTERN GEORGIA. rjlHEnild ‘ Journal A flrnl established * in lsoG, and regularly published ever aim e, ban tq* Lhiyent Circulation of any paper in thi* section. We ure liberal ter me to advertisers, and merchants, and others desirous of having their busi ness generally known, will do well to advertise in cur columns. • Ol T K WEEfELY the legal advertising of tonic eight or ten counties and is circulated thioughout the Southern and Northern Status generally. Parties sending their advertisements with the money will be insured satisfaction Address S. ROSE & CO. } r ri -p ls THE NEW ORLEANS TIMES, The Leading Journal of the South. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, Devoted to Literature and General News—The Discus sion of State aud National Topics—The Wel fare of the Planting Interest—The Progress of Southern Commerce, and the Regeneration of Prosperity in the Southern States. The Proprietors of the New Orlia >s Daii.v ami Weekly Times, encouraged by- the liberal support give:, to their journal, have made ample arrangement* for Its improvement, with a view to makingit, In every respect, a FIRST-CLASS SOUTHERN FAMILY AND NEWS PAPER. Terms ol the Daily, sl6 per annum; half yearly, SS; Quarterly, $4. THE WEEKLY TIMES Ie devoted to the discussion of topics of vital import ance to the interests of the Gulf Spates; contains a carefully prepared compendium of the news of each week, original and selected literary and miscellaneous matter, tales, poetry, etc., correspondence from nil parts of the country and abroad, letters from the peo ple, a resume of the New Orleans market, etc., etc. Terms of the Weekly, $5 per auuum. TO OIvUBS. The Weekly will be furnished os follows, when sent to one address: 2 copies $ 0 50 I C copica $25 GO 3 *• 14 001 T “ 29 UO 4 “ 16 00 1 8 “ 33 isi 5 •• 22 601 0 “ 37 00 10 copies S4O. An oxtx-a copy will be given to any one getting up a Club of Ten. Tonne invariably in advance. Address WM. H. C. KING A CO., •tuU-tl Proprietors N O. Times. No. 70Gampt| THE DAILY EXPRESS, PETERSBURG, VA. lias entered npon its Fifteenth year, in an enlarged form, with new type* under 'usplces highly flattering. It ha? a large and daily increasing circulation, and of fets to merchants and others desiring to communicate with the Southern public, advantages surpassed by none. ADVERTISING RATES. ONE SQUARE. Two weeks $ 6 00 One month 0 00 Two months 10 (-0 Three months 4 *— 15 00 Six Months 84 00 One Year 40 00 TWO SQUARES. Two weeks $lO 00 One month 12 00 Two months. 15 00 Three months 13 00 Six months 30 00 One year 00 00 Persons desiriag a greater quantity of space than is above designated, will be accommodated on liberal terms. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single Copy, (mailed} 5 cts. Oue Month, do 76 “ Three Mouths, do $2 i0 Six Months do 3 50 One Year do ti 00 Address, A. F. CRUTCHFIELD A CO., _ PETERSBURG, VA. PROSPECTUS OF THE Mercantile Mirror A Weekly Commercial and Advertising Sheet, WITH AN EDITION OF 10,000 COPIES, FOK GRA TUITOUS CIRCULATION. To be Issued on or about the 16 th of July. , ISGS, By J. W. BURKE A CO., - MACON, GA This enterprise is undertaken at the suggestion of many of the leading merchants of the oouctiy, as a method of extensively advertising their business.— While wo will publish the advertisements of all who may favor tn wjth their patronage, the paper will also contain Price* Current of the Markets in all the princi pal Cities, Rates of Exchange, Brokerage, Ac., and Commercial News of every description thut will be of interest to the Mercantile Community. Nor will the “ MIKKOR " be exclusively filled with advertisements; but the paper will he sufficiently large to leave ample room for Editorials, Correspondence, Select Reading Matter, Ac. It will be a family, as well as a du si a f ss paper, and we iuteud that it shall visit every City, Town and Village in the Country. All can perceive the advantage of advertising in a paper of this description. OUR TERMS WILL BE LIBERAL. We ar& unable to publish them in this Circular, not knowing what number of our friend* will want their Business Cards, Notices, Ac., brought be fore the Public through this medium. We will only say to all, send your Advertisements lo us immedi ately ; state how much space you wish them to occu py, directions, Ac. We have a large Stock of Fancy Type, Cuts and material for displaying them, and feel confident of meriting the patronage and approval of all BusinesfeMen. Aspoon as we arrive at the amount of matter ana size of paper required, we will make an estimate, and publish the rates f r advertising, iu the first number. They will ue as low as possible, to allow us to publish Tine PArER. Deeming it superflu ous to argue the benefli of this enterprise to the adver tising world, we leave the subject with it, feeling as sured it will meet its cordial co-operation and sup port. Address J W BURKE A CO , Macon, Ga. Agent in Savannah: <»ko. N. Nnuiota Bay Stm t. jylß-t.f THE • DULY EVENING VOICE. PUBLISHED AT BOSTON, MASS., l® TIIE OFFICIAL ORGAN or THE Grand Eight-Hour League of Mass,. AND OF TUB WOftKlftQMfcN S ASSEMBLY Os SOSTON. IT is independent in Politic*, eschew* Hectarian mat ters, curtain* sill the Local and General New* of the and iy. It* especially devoted to the interest* of Work ingmen, ami iu malingers spare no pains to make It THE PEOPLE S PAPER. It* (acilities for otfaining the latost and mo?t ro’ia hle intelligence on every subject of interest arc unsur passed, aud make it a newspaper that will be wel comed by every son oi New England in any section of the country. It ha* a large circulation, and a* an ad vertising medium is unsurpassed by any newspaper in Boston. CSF" Subscription Frice, $5 per year. SOUTHERN Exporting and Importing COMPANY, OF FLORIDA. r T'HIS association is prepared to make advances iu A currency of Gold on consignments of Cotton/ Naval Stores, Lumber, 4c.. to their agent In Liver pool. Orders solicited for goods from merchants and plan ters. The strictest attention will be paid to SB orders however small, for goods ffom England, France or Germany. Onr Savannah and Charleston Agents, being salaried, make no charge for forwarding either way and will furnish circular of details. H. F. FLOYD, President, Jacksonville, Fla. Aoskts:— E T. Pains. Liverpool, England; H. E. Screven, Charleston, A C.; Henry Bryan, Savannah. Ga 5 mo. aeplV COfffflflSlO* MKRCHAm Ar. Rue, Wtiliiey & Cos.. GENERAL Comm issi 011 31 ere li a 11 1 s, 202 BAY STREET, Savannah, - - - - (ia. Particular Attention Paid to Shipments to onr Honse in Philadelphia. sep22-lm G.B.&G.W. LAMAR General Conissin Merckauts. FORWARDING AND SHIPPING AGENTS. SAVANNAH. GEORGIA. I THE Undcr.-ignfd have thin day formed a Co-part nership under Ihe name and st>le of G. 11. and ' G. W Lamar, for the transaction of a General Com mission, Forwarding and Shipping Business and oiler their services to their friends and the public. Office in Jones’ buildings. Bay Street, few doors East of Claghoru A Cunningham, (up stairs.) i Refer to < eo. \V. Amlerson Esq . Savannah; John ! C. Terrill. Esq., Savannah; G B Lamar, Esq., Sa vannah ; Wip. E Jackson. Esq., President Augusta Factory; Messrs. Joeiali Sibley A Sons Augusta; J b. * J. W. Walker, Augusta. G. B. LAMAR Jb. sepSO-lm G. W. LAMAR Jk. F.M. MYRELL, STEAMBOAT AGENT, general COMItiISSJON AND FOR* WARDING MERCHANT, BAY STREET, SAVANNAH. GA. Harris Buildings, Sd door west of A. low & Co.’e. Refers to Messrs. Hnntcr & Gammell, Cr me, John son & Gray hill: Bell, Wylly A Christian; Bothwell <fe Whitehead; Miller, Thomas A Co'.; M A. Cohen, Esq. sep29-tf D. H. BALDWIN & CO., COMMISS MERCHANTS, 178 Pearl Street, New York. D. 11. R'T.dwin,) v ow York J. F Cummings / wew lorK> oct4-3m ?! m”“i , loim, i Savannah. A. S. Hart rid go, COMMISSION ANI) FORWARDING MBRCRANT, 92 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, QA. ort!4-tf -A.lexan.der Hardee, Storage and General Commission Merchant CORNER BAY AND JEFFERSON STS., , Savannah, Georgia, Dealer in—nAY. FODDER, GRAIN, FLOUR, WOOL, HIDES, BRAN. SHORTS, Ac. sep2Mm JAMES B. CAHILL, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions, Wines and Liqners, 171 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. HOLDRRS wishing to realize imme diately will consult their interests by consigning the same. Strict attention will be given to all bueinepe en trusted to them, and prompt returns made at tire most *ei6ouable rates. hep4-3m TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON ANI) OTHER SOUTHERN PRODUCE. FENNER, DENNETT & BOWMAN, Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner & Bennett. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 40 Vfsey Street, a*kw York. And Memphis, Tern. Thomas Fenner, llent.y Bennett, D. \V. Bowmen. JyC om (HAS. L. COLBY & < <)., Skipping Commission and Forwarding 31 E H C HANTS. JONES BLOCK, CORNER RAY AND AIJKEOORN STREET SAVANNAH, GA. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES Mnde on Consignments to the firm of Cdas. L. Colby, of New York, or to our friends in Boston. MAUDE it WRIGIIT. Agents at Augusta, Ga. references; Messrs. Dabney, Morgan & Cos., New York. Jarivs Slade, Esq., New York. Hon. J Wiley Edmunds, Boston. Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. sep 18— ti Woodward, Baldwin A Cos., 110 Duane Street, New Voik, 0 ami II Ilnnover St., Baltimore. DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings, Osuabutgs and Yarns. jyis HENRY BRYAN, Bryan Street, next to Mfbciiants’ and Planters* Bank Building, Broker and Commission Agent for Sale and purchase op STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c., And for Forwarding Cotton. nnU :;iuo JOHN S. SIIHIN l CO., Forwarding and Commission vi ekchajN ts WHOLESALE AND I.ETAIL DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Groceries, &c., NOS. 1 AND 2 SAMMIS’ BLOCK, Bay Street, Jaeksonrille, Florida. JNO. S. PAM MlB. ED. Q. SAM Ml 6. OIIAB. L. MATHER null tt A. T. € CNN ISGII AM. *D. O- PURBF . CUNNINGHAM & PURSE, Factors, forwarding ani> commission MEKCIIANTS, No. 4 Ertodilard’** Lower Stores, Baystieet, Savunnah. Ga. Reference*—Kobr. Habersham & Pons, Hunter & Gammcll, Oetavue Cohen, Brightuu, liuldwin & Cos., Erwiu & Hardee, C bighorn & Cunningh.iiu. bra eTfTmetcalfe & CO., GERERAIi FOIIWAHDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Lower Stoddard a ltacgc between Abcrcorn and Lincoln Streets, Savannah, Ga. References—Hening, Flint A Pearce, New York; E. M. Brace <x Cos., Augusta, Qa.; R. C. Robßon, Esq., Atlanta, Ga.; Knott-dr Howes, Macon, Ga.; E M Bruce, Morgan A Cos., At.palachicola, Fla.; Watts, Crane A Cos , N. Y.; Geo. C. Pearce & Cos , St. Louis, Mo.; H.C Bruce A CO., Cincinnati, O.; Mr. H. J. Cook, Albany, Ga.-. Juo. W. O’Connor, Macon, Ga. septkt- ' lm J. SHAFFER, Commlmsion Dealer In all kind* of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS awn PRODUCE, Wkst Wasuinuton Market, Opposite 143 West sl„ Bulkhead between Barclay and Vesey sts., NEW YORK. Potatoes, Apples and Onions constantly on band, and put up for the Southern market AU consignments promptly attehked to. Keh-rs to A. L. Bradley, A. Haywood, T. J. Walsh, and 3. H. Parsons. Iftl eodly COJUMIftSIOX MEHdUSTI. J. T. THOMAS&CO., (OMMISSIOX >IEIU II VMS, 117 Ray Stroet. FIRE, MARINE AND LIFT ASSURANCE Taken at as Low Rates as are accepted by any good Company. octll-lm SOT TI IERN COTTON WAREHOUSE, CORNER OK 1 BAY AND LINCOLN STS., SAV AN N AH, GA. O’FALLON & CO., FACTORS, Forwarding 5 Commission MERCHANTS, RESPECTFULLY invite attention to onr facilities for the purchase or movement of Southern Products, and will give prompt attention to mII Busi ness entrusted to our care. Intending to establish perm mently a House in Savannah expect by strict business principles to merit and receive a portion of the Trade. Having a commodious Warehouse for Cotton, we are prepared to buy, or receive * n consignment to our friends in New York or Europe, nnd will make ad vances on same ; picking, re-baling or mending all Cotton before shipping, thereby earing the enormous expense incurred in Northern cities by this process They solicit a portion of the business of the people of Georgia ?nd of adjoining states. OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS, CW- Post Office Address, Lock Box 2j. oct7- 3m Fordycr, Anderson &, Janney, b a or K e r. s AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SAVANNAH, - - GEORGIA. THE undersigned have this day formed a Cos part nership under the Arm name oi Fordjce, Ander son A Januey, for the transaction of a Banking and General Commission, Forwarding nnd Shipping Bus in S3, and offer their services to their friends and the public. Liberal advances made on all Consignments to them fur sale in Savannah, or for shipment to 1 heir correspondents in New YorK, Philadelphia or Baltimore. Refer to Messrs. Hunter & Gammell, G. W. Ander son, Esq., G. B. Lamar, Esq., Robt. Habersham dr Sons. Office Xo. 10 Stoildarti’s Range, t p-Stalrs S. W. FORDY’CE, Huntsville, Ala. GEO. W. ANDhR ON, Jr., Savannah, Ga. T. B. JANNEY, octl3 2w Nashville, Tenn. BACON, CLARDY &Ca Cotton anil Totiacco Factors, NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SAVANNAH BY HENRY BRYAN. AVTE do enti ely a Conimi-sion Business, exerting ▼ v ourselves to get the outside market quotations for onr patrons.- Liberal advances made on Cottou at Savannah, and part al advances on Cotton teudy for shipment at Au gusta, Atlanta and Macon. Planters’ orders filled. octlS-lm Van Horn, Holyoke & Murray, General Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS. No. 9 Stoddard’s Block, BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. ('has. Van Horn, Holyoke & Murray, Savannah, Ga. New York. Engaged exclusively in a Commission Business, with ample and fiist class Storage Room, we most respect fully tender our services for the purchase and sale of all kinds of merchandise. octll-3ni L. WARROCK, AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Consignment i solicited. Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandise and Cotton. octll-lm MACKY, BEATTIE & GO. SHIPPING AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 203 and 205 Bay Street, HAVANNAH, Ga. OFFER FOR SALE the following Goods, on the mos reasonable terms. 250 bbls Whiskey, Mountain Dew l»i» “ “ Buckeye Reserve j L» “ “ Stag Bourbon ■ ... - *0 “ “ 7 years old Stag Bourbon ! 20 •• “ Pine Apple 60 - “ Burkam’s Bourbon \ D ' sll ‘ hu, °“ 13 “ “ Old Family Rye 15 “ “ Old Rectified J Together with a large assortment of Port, Siierry and Madeira Wines, fij-idsick & (jo., and Reymoud’s champagnes, Brandies* Gins, Rnras, German «fe Ridgeway Litters, Ac. In connection with the above, we offer for sale Choice Family Flour, Bacon Sides, Shoulders. Lard, Ac. Liberal advances made on consignment to MACK Y&BEATTIE, PHILADELPHIA, Pa. N. A. HARDEE & CO., Shipping, Commission and For warding Merchants, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Will make liberal Cash Avanceson consignments to onr iriettds, Not ton, Slaughter A Cos,, 40 Broad street, New Folk. . octe-lm W. B. & T. E. RYAN, CENIRAL COMMISSION AND Forwarding Merchants, Charleston, and New York, WILL attend to the Shipment and Forwarding of all kind* of Produce, mid will keep ou hand an assortment of Groceries, Wines and Liquors. Consignments solicited. W. B. Ryan, 1 * Tuo*. E. Ryan, 69 East Bay, * ■< 44 Beaver street, Charleston. ) ( New York. octlT lm FT. Growdy, COMMISSION MERCHANT, I*6 BAY 3TKB2T, ANDERSON’S XVHARt', SAVANNAH, OA. ocl2-8m KlMailalUl MEftCHARTfI. “TofiREL BROTHERS' Shipping, Commission AND Forwarding Merchants, 82 Hay Street, SAVANNAH, GA. BcrZBSNTKS I Messrg. 11. K. Corning, Son 4 Cos„ N. Y. Messrs. Pi ter V. King A Cos., N. Y. Messrs. Fisher, Brothers A Cos., Baltimore. Messrs. 8. A W. Welsh, Philadelphia. National Bank, Savannah. Ga. Francis Sorrel, Esq . Savannah. Ga. (’has. Green,Esq., Savannah. Ga. T. R. Bloom, Esq , Macon, Ga. octl7 • lm BRANCH, SONS &CO., BANKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AUGUSTA, GA. Office for the present at Georgia Railroad Bank. Thos. Branch & Cos., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 90 Main street, Richmond, Va TIIOS. BRANCH & SONS, Bankers and Commission Merchants, Sycamore street, Petersburg, Va. DEALERS in Coin, Foreign and Domestic Ex change, Southern Bank Notes, Stocks ana Bonds. Interest allowed on Deposits. made throughout the United States, and specfcrt attention given to the redemption of Southern Bank Notes for Banks’ account. Liberal advances made on consignments of Cotton, Tobacco and other products to their correspondents in Baltimore, New York, Liverpool, Bremen and Ant werp. undersigned for the last twenty five years an ('fficcr of the Bank of Augusta, can now be found at the office of Messrs. Branch, Sons A Cos.. Bankers and Brokers, Augusta, Ga., where he will be pleased to s< ehU friends and the public generally, pledging his efforts'O give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their p.&Uonage. Money will be received on Deposit, and Checks paid. octlO 15 GEO. W. MORGAN, Cashier. Wm. H. Burroughs & Cos. T7V3RWARDING and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -T No. 97 Bay street* Savannah, Ga. For the sale of Cotton and other Produce, Lumber, Timber, Plan tations and all kinds of Real Estate. We now offer several Rice Plantations near the city, a number of Cotton and Provision Plantations, Timber lands, City Property, and a few lots im the Mineral or North western parts of the State. sepriC-lm JOHN L. VILLALONGA, COTTON FACTOR, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER CHANT. jSY>. 94 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, GA. octie em C. H. BENEDICT & CO., No. 86 Broad Street, New York, Produce and Flour Commission SKercbants, Dealers in Provisions, Batter, Cheese, Ac. Special attention to Southern Orders Consignments on General Merchandise solicited octi7 3m E- c. WADE. S. n. WADI. E. C. WADE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Snvaimali, Ga. octiC 3m UBL ’ Notice to the Public. IN the year J64C, the writer emb&rked in the Drug Business in the city of Philadelphia, and while thus engaged, made several experiments In regard to the most desirable mode of preparing Fluid Extracts. My efforts being successful—the article being approved and used by the Medical Keculty—l was desirous of placing them before the public, but h«9itat and for some time before concluding to renort to newspaper advertising, knowing of the prejudices that existed in the minds of many against using advertised Medicines or Nostrums, but through the advice of friends and those who had used them this objection was overcome. After 18 y. ars’ xertions, commencing in a small wav, the popularity of my articles hRS extended to all parts of tlie United and widely throughout Foreign countries—nnd this in the face of much opposition Every means has been resorted to bv unpriiicipl. and deal ers since their merit and success have been known such as advertising larger bottles at leas price, censuring all other prepa rat ions, and even copying my advertise ments—but lam happy to state that out of the many who have resorted to this, none have been successful. MY OB.IECT in tliis notice is to make facts known to the public ami respectable dealers, believing, after so muny years' ex ertions, that the Druggists will disc untenance such proceedings, and that the reputation of my articles may not be damaged by the nseof interior or spurious ones. Knowing that many may read this article who are unacquainted with me, I append a few remarks from those of my native city, aud whose names are known in all parts of the world : “Being personally acquainted with Mr. H. T. Heim bold, it affords me pleasure in stating 1 have been most favorably impressed with his energy aud integri ty, and gratified at his aeccess.” WM. WEIGHTMAN, Firm of Powers A Welghtman, Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia. (Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia.] “When on a visit to the city of New York a few days since, I was induced to call on ourold friend and townsman, Mr. H.T. Heimbold, Druggist, 594 Broad way, N. Y. His Store is a Mode!—a perfect Gem- • the handsomest of any kind we have ever had the pleasure of viewing, ur.d so extensive, being 34 feet front, five stories iu height, and over 200 feet deep.— It indeed affords us much pleasure to know that he has been so successful, and it is ample evidence of the merits of his articles —as in our whole business expe rience we have not known of the success of any arti cles without Merit—advertising merely bringing the name before the people. ” [Boston Herald.] “We do not like to advertise worthless wares, or articles calculated to deceive our readers; nnd when wo tee an advertiser like Mr. Heimbold, whom we have known for years, gradually extend his advertising from year to year until he becomes the largest adver tiser in the United States, we are satisileil that the statements iu regard to his articles must lie correct. The writer reluctantly insert® the above, and would not do so were he not u stranger to many; and con cludes by sttiling the names oi his articles, and the diseases for which they have been used by many thou sands with complete success. f ADVERTISEMENT.] Helmbold’s Extract of Bucliu will cure all diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder— Cures Pain or Weakness in the Back, Stricture*, <fcc.; Cure* Weak Nerves, Loss of Memory, Trembling, Dimness of Vision. ’ HELMBOLD S FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCBU is a pure fluid extract, not a weak tea or infusion. I* the one thing needful for nil complaints incident to Female#. For particular* send for Circular. IIELMBOLD’S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU cures Gravel and Dropsical Swellings existing in Men, Women, or Children; in fact ALL DISEASES requir ing the aid of a Diuretic. It is the greatest Tonic ami Diuretic known—perfectly s fe, pleasant in taste and odor, and immediate in its action. HELMBOLDS Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla, HIGHLY CONCENTRATED. One bottle equivalent In strength to one gallon of tie Syrup of Decoction. It reaches the seat of the disease Immediately, ex pelling all Humors of the Blood, and BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION. These articles, being of such strength, the dose la exceedingly small. From this fact, it is used in the United States Army Hospitals and public Sanitary In stitutions throughout the land. T W Sold by all Druggists everywhere. 14 Ask for Helmbold a. Take no other. tar Cutout the advertisement and send for It, and by this means avoid Counterfeit. oct» lm SAVANNAH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. commission Merchants FKwttKkr A Cos. . SHIPPING am. COMMISSION KERCH, via, Corner Bjy and Whitaker utreeta. tK< - HA^TS, Prompt attention Riven to °v ‘hamitK.-tud Product .rf.ll ktudrp^ch.^ lrj »US4 VT A. Cohen, Ita. FORWARDING and COMMISS'N MERrn iv. Office Home In., c”, 89 HANT . T»eU, Wj U, d i Cl,riallan, AUCTION AND PORWARd^ AM. Scarbrough <L Cos., • mission Mmoii 4 NTS, 140 Congress andVc 11 * Julian st. Highest market prices paid forCnttn'' Wool, Beeswax, etc. Liberal AdrsncSfon Cotmtt.v' Erwin A Hardee, ' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -i B»y street. Savannah (1 , WINES. LIQUORS. &c. ~~ A-’• Broughton and JeflerVoif'li’reets 0 Suj EK A <,F <ur *<-■ ot oii£s E. Koethcke Jt CoT, ' , . WHOLESALE DEALERS ui Groceries, /lues, Liquors aud Serars n Bay aud Whitaker sts , Savannah g« C ' ,rc « M * 1 ru sraei R. Seuiy C os. # ~~ Ch." 0 F A A RTe S n D OF 20-B IU the 01 G NEB • aa9 90) Bf SD, r^,„ dJefoyS| GRY QQOD& " ~ TRIMMINGS, KIBbONS, AC, Ac ttY ’ GLOVI *, Cor. Congress and Whitaker rts. John Slcdonaghy, * —— DEALER IN DRY GOODS, 40. loo Broughton street Samuel M. Dederer, Jobber anrl Fanot am Staple Drv GooLi, Boots !«,! ot Hais, Ac. 146 SSSiSfiS. 1 * 1 A* - Frrst <k Cos.. Wholesale Dealer in WineTiT quoas, Skoarb, Fancy Grooebils, CAHm'aic' Stnart dt Co.,Wholesale andKctail Dealers in On ceries and Provisions, Teas, Ales, Wines ana! ' l 'sl^riat t °«‘T! er 1 ! Ul1 U,ltl - Urull k |l ton street. tr£ie W a " e,,tlol ‘ P*“ to orders for the country ' sepftf-tf pougdon A Symons, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS Corner Whitaker and St. Julian st= Old StandofW. R. Symons ' Ij* I*. Deyor DKcEU in Choice Family GaocEntrs J • Winxs, Liquobs, Ac.. ’ street. BILLIARDS, &c. Bay street, over Express Office S t, A th * rle * S»ioon. (in rear of Post Office.) by Wholesale and Metail. None hia CHOMIE U INKS and LIQUORS served. Free Lunca GASJTTTING,&c.J^ Waetl A Cornwell, Wholesale Dealers in Habdu arf. and Tin Waii. No. 169 and 161 Broughton atien. U Cranston, • PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER, 91 Bryan at., next to cor. Whitaker ■SEOARS- TOBACCO, &c. t'• Koetheeke At ~ - ~ „ Importers of Genuine Havana Segnrs, Corner Bay and Whitaker streets, Savannah, Ga sepa lm L' KollT ~ r • SEGAKS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac. __ Bttmard street, oue door South of the Market. PRINTING. STATIONERY, &c. ' aviuc « Dench, ' BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, Pof. Bryan afreet and Market Square. Yjarkinp Ink, Manufaotuked and for sale bv~ DAVID ii. GALLOWAY,' Geo, N, Niehols, BOOK AND JOB PRINTER, ® a y wt -» between Abercom and Drayton E J ‘ LITHOGRAPHER, STATIONiR BINDER, JOB PRINTER, &c No. U Whitaker Btreet W. lllaaon ok Cos., • HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE. No. 11l Bay street. WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. I? Jordan, Dealer in Watches and Jiweisi, 1 * w L , y a i> and , p «-* TI 7> Ware Fanot Goons, Ac. tw Watches and Jewelry Repaired. 129 Congress st„ opposite the Pulaski House hair DRESSING, &c. pulaski House Barber Shop, (cor. Bull Mil u-hi L Shaving, ilair Cutting, Shampoi,ic £ - Whiskera Dyed, Ac. Fancy soaps, Cologne, NecKTw and other Fancy Articles for sale. DRUGGISTS. Jos, W. Clift, M. D, Cor. South Broad and Bamard-sts., Office Hootra-9 to 10 A. M.. and 4 to 6 P M„ Residence—Mr. Wash's, corner St. Juiiau ml Lincoln Streets. WM. Walsh. • WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUCGISI anl4 Southeast cor. Barnard and Broughton so. 1 A. Solomons A Cos., * „ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST* Orders executed accurately and with despair! BOOTS AND SHOES. A*“«» & Peabody, Jobbers in Men's, Womeni and Children's Calf, Serge and Kid BOOTS ant SHOES, of all kinds aud qualities. 162 Congress sU, 4th door North of the Marks Geo. TANARUS, Nichols, RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE. 119 Broughton st., 2d door irnm lit! QUEENSWARE, &c. EU. Smyth, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AS! • CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail. 109 Broughton street, 2d door from cor. of Bur CONFECTIONERY. JK. Hernandez, • CONFECTIONER— WhoIfsai.e ano Retail UANOFAOrUREB OF , SYRUPS, CORLIALS AND FINE CONFECTIONED OF ALL KINDS. 140 Broughton street, two doors from Bui nan M Fitzgerald, ■ WUOLXSALE Arm r.KTAIL DEALER in CIDERS, LEMON, STRAWBERRY and RASPBERL SYRUPS, CANDIES, Ac., Ac., In any quantities, to suit Purchasers. JH WntTAKF.a STRECT^^^^^^ SODA WATER. _ John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTE! and ALE, CORDIALS. SYRUPS, Ac. Cor. Bay amt-West Broad street* Boker’s Bitters, The Oldest and best renowned. L, FUNKS* 66 Liberty Street, sepli-imo NEW YORK ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!. SCRATCH! SCRATCH!! SCRATCH!' Wheaton’s Ointment. WILL CURE THE ITCN IN FORTV-EISHT HOUR* Also cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, » nli Eruptions of the Skin. Price 60 cents. For e» le all Druggists. By sending 60 cents to Weeks a P Jlt j Sole Agents, 178 Washington street. Boston. Mm"* ■ _ will be forwarded by mall, free of postage, to « part ol the United BUG*. °