THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.:
VOL. 1-NO. m
The Savannah Daily Herald
(MORNING AND KVKNINOj
u publskd rt
M. W. .MASON <fc CO..
At 111 Bat STarer, Sxvajo.au, Georgia.
PerVe.ir *l° °°>
Two Dollars per Square of Ten Line* for first In
sertion ; One Dollar lor each subsequent one. Ad
vertisement* Inserted lu the morning, will. If desired,
appear in the evening without extra charge.
In everv style, neatly and promptly done.
A. H. STEPHENS HAS AN.INTERVIEW
WITH THE PRESIDENT.
JOHN MITCHELL BELIEVED TO BE
THE STATE WAR DEBT REPUDIATED
BY NORTH CAROLINA.
The Mississippi Eiecliont Judge Sharkey
LOSS OF THE STEAMSHIP ATLANTA
ONLY' FOUR PERSONS SAVED.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Washington, Oct. 20.—Alexander H. Ste
phens had to-day a brief but gratifying inter
view with the President. He was accompa
nied by Judge Lochrane of Georgia.
It is currently reported and believed that
President Johnson has unconditionally par
doned John Mitchell, formerly editor of the
The North Carolina Convention adjourned
last night to assemble on the fourth Monday
of May uext. An ordinance was passed re
pudiating auy debt created by the State for
prosecuting the rebellion.
A despatch from Jackson, Miss., says
Judge Sharkey and J. S. Alcorn are eleeftd
Senators. The election has resulted' in a
majority in the Legislature in favor of the
admission of negro testimony in the Courts-.
FROM NEW YORK.
Loss of the Steamship Atlanta.
New York, Oct. 20.—The bark Anderson
from Mobile arrived to-day. She brings one
passenger and three of the crew of the
steamship Atlanta wrecked on the 11th, on
her passage tram New York to New Or
leans. It is supposed that the remainder of
her crew perished.
Cotton closed dull. Flour declined 10 to
20 cts, per bbi. ; sales 7,500 bbls. Wheat
declined 2 cts. per bushel, with sales of 50,-
000 bushels. Pork is firmer. Whiskey is
steady. Sugars firm at 14 a J 5 1-2 cts. Petro
leum rising. Freights quiet.
• PROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Shipments of Cold for New York and Europe.
San Francisco, Oct. 18.—The steamer
Golden City sailed from this port to-day
with one thousand passengers, and ft, 244,000
of treasure for New York, arid $414,000
in gold for England from Central America
Mobile, Oct. 20.—The sales of cotton to
day reached one hundred and fifty-three
bales, middlings closing at 53c. The sales o 1
the week were 4,650 bales. Receipts of the
week, 10,283. Exports of week, 11,025.
Stock on band,53,407 baits. Gold is quoted
at 158 to 153.
Air. Stephens Leaves Washington for
Washington’, Oct. 21.—Alex. H. Stephens
left here for his home in G .’orgia to-day.
Matters at the State Capital.
A Milledgeville correspondent of the
Macon Telegraph "Says-:
Georgia’s capital is becoming a little more
life-like as the wheels of State government
are being set in motion. Preparations are
going forward lor the assembling of the con
vention on the 25th Inst. Hotel accommo
dations will be unexceptionable. The large
brick hotel will be controlled by Maj. Robt.
McCombs, already well known, far and wide
as a popular landlord, and an accommoda
ting and honorable geutlethan. The repairs
on the State house will suffice to make the
convention comfortable, and have effaced
most of the traces of Gen. Sheruian, save in
the crumbling ruius of the old arsenal and
magazine buildings, on the adjacent grounds.
The retail stores of Milledgeville seem well
supplied with goods, and trade on a small
scale in finery aud provisions seems brisk. I
observed the “waterfall” hat, and other
“seusations” ostentaniously displayed. Some
of the country people whose hearts yearn for
greenbacks are bringing in small lotaot corn,
which they sell at seventy-five cents per
bushel. The crops in this region are said to
be belter than an average; aud the poorest
—even the “ ’possum-hunting freedman” —
is at length enabled to break the protracted
semi-fast that Gen. Sherman’s devouring
legion imposed. Up the main street leading
southward, a long train of light wood carte,
each drawn by a single donkey, and driyeD
by men, women aud children, daily drive
into the city with this important ariic’eof
domestic trade—price, invariably half a dol
lar a load. Butter commands 35 cents;
chickens 25 cents; and eggs—oh ! that re
minds me that there is a complete restoration
of the Old Bouroon dynasty here, with,
however, a formidable rival in the simon
pure “Old Robinson county.” Domestic
apple-jack is dethroned.
Reqci./ition op Department Staffs —An
order has been issued by the War Depart
ment establishing the number of staff-officers
to be assigned to commanding generals.—
Commanders of military department* are al.
lowed one assistant adjutant general, one as
sistant inspector general, one chief quarter
master, one chief commissary of subsistance,
one medical director, one jadge advocate,
and two aides-de-camp, to be selected from
officers of their command. Generals com
manding districts, two aides-de-camp, to be
selected from officers of their commands.—
General officers without military commands
are not allowed sides-de camp or other staff
Th* Users by the Cenfederate Uan.
MEETING OF HOLDERS OF AMERI
The steamship Nova Scotia bad arrived at
Father Point on the 15th ult., with Liverpool
dates of the Gtb. The following U the news
as telegraphed to New Y ork :
The Confederate Doan.
In regard t-> the published list of pci sons
suffering by the Confederate loan, additional
denials are put forth. The Times, in a lead
ing article, terms the list a malicious impos
ture. It says the statement that the editor
of the Times is a loser by the Confederate
stock to the amount of ten thousand pounds,
or more money, is a complete falsehood. The
injurious and iusultiug comments which the
Star has based upon tne original falsehoods,
are, therefore, eutirely unfounded. No re
pudiation ctn be too great for levity which
admits such imputations on the geueral au
thority of the New York Herald, and then
makes them the theme of affected Indigna
The Morning Star having included Mr.
Gladstone in the list, and called on him for
an explanation, publishes the following'
laconic telegram from that gentleman, at
“The Chancellor of the Exchequer to the
editor of the Star : I aee my name placed on
the Confederate loan list. Please to remove
Hon. Evelyn Ashly writes to the Times
that at no time had he any shares or interest
in the Confedeiate loan.
Mr. Ridoit, proprietor of the Morning Post,
writes to the Journal that he never bad, and
never applied for, any of the loan, and that
4' the rest of the list be like that which refers
to him, there is no dependence to be placed
A meeting had been called at London, of
persons interested in such of the old Ameri
can Securities, as have been in arrears pre
viously to, or in consequence of, the war,
with a view of forming a committee. The
securities in respect to which this agitation
is commenced, are Bonds of Virginia, Louis
iana, Tennessee, North Carolina, South
Carolina. Georgia, Mississippi and the
various i ail ways and banks in those States,
the whole of which represent a very heavy
The Daily News’ city article says if the in
debted States should stipnlate for an arrange
ment for funding the arrears of dividends, it
is probable that the creditors would be dis
posed to meet them half way.
Satterihwaite’s circular of the evening of
the 4th, says : “During the past week, the
transactions in American Securities have not
been so large or numerous as reported in our
last. Still, there has been a large amount of
business during the week. Five-twenties, in
consequence of the higher rate of money on
the continent and here, gave way 1 per cent;
but* on to-day’s news from America, they
have reacted, and closed at 6!) 5-8 a69 7-8.
Illinois and Erie show an improvement, the
demand being very large. Illinois Shares
have advanced to 84 1-4 a 84 0-8 ; Erie, CO
5-8 a6O 7-8. Scrip ol new Erie was last
quoted at 3 3-8 a 3 5-8 premium. Atlantic
and Great Western Bonds are iu request at
The Fenian arrests continued. The total
number, in all places, was about two hun
dred. A suspicious vessel, bearing the Ame
rican fl ig, and supposed to be one of those
expected with arms,had appeared off Queens
town, but 9be again put to sea. A strange
vessel was said to have sent a letter in
shore, which was opened and found to con
tain a bill for £I,OOO, in favor of a mem
ber of the Fenian organization’
LivKarooL, October 6.—Cotton is advanc
ing, and closed steady ; the advances have
been 1-2 a id. owing to the further advauces
in Bank rate to 5 on Monday and 6 on Thurs
day. Thu 9alcs for four days have been
70,000 bales, including 32,000 to speculators
Breadstuffs are firm but quiet. Richard
son, Spence & Cos., and the usual authorities
quote Flour quiet, but dull; Wheat 9s. 2d. a
•os. for Red Western ; porn inactive at 295.
295. 6d. for mixed.
London, Oct. 6 —Consols, for Money, 33 1-4
88 1-4 ; Erie Shares CO ; Five-twenties 69
-2 a 70. The Bullion in the Bank of Eng
land has decreased £777,000.
New Yobk, Oct. 17.—1 tis said Maximilian
has forwarded five million dollars to Wash
ington in order to influence Congress in fa
vor of his recognition by our government.
Newspapers in the Imperial interest publish
glowing accounts of the prospects and re
sources of tbe Empire. They claim the
country has eight and a half million inhab
itants, and its agricultural and mineral re
sources render itself sustaining.
Quite a number of rebels from this coun
try are domiciled in Mexico. Ex-Governor
and ex-rebel General Price, of Missouri, and
Governor T. G Harris, of Tennessee, and
Messrs. Maury, Robert J. Perkins and W.
T. Herdman are appointed Commissioners of
Colonization aud Emigration by Maximil
Burlinoton, lowa, October 16.—The
Chairman of the Republican State Central
Committee of lowa announces the election
retains thus far indicate Governor Stones
majority of 16,000. Legislature three fourths
New York, Oct. 16.—The Post’s special
says a large number of pardons have been
granted this a. m., but to no one of promin
ence. The rebel General Peck and Imboden
are applicants. Stevens and Regan are ex
pected to-night. The latter will have an in
terview with the President to-morrow.
The Examiner’s special from Philadelphia
says there are about five thousand delegates
present at the National Convention of Fe
nians, whic.t is setting with closed doors.—
Additional delegates are constantly arriving.
John o’MahOoy is presiding.
Exciting rumors ate around that a plan for
a Provisional Government, or Irish Directo
ry, will be urged, with authority to issue
bonds; commission privateers, <tc.
Important private advices are said to bnve
Inieti received in cypher by the steamer at
Toaoirro, Oct. 16.—Dr. Blackburn, of yel
low fever notoriety, is admitted to bail on his
own recognisance, to appear when called for.
The securities have been discharged.
Long Branch, N. J. Oct. 16, I p. m.—The
yachts Henrietta and Palmer have jU9t passed
this point Palmer one minute and a quarter
An Enterprising “Local."— A fire in
Augusta tbe other day, was thus described
in one of the journals of that city.
“Last night, between seven and eight
o'clock, a fire broke ont in the lower part of
the city. We did not hear whose bouse was
burnt, hut as there are no large buildings in
that section of the city, tbe destruction of
property could not have been great."
Reg Pa’don.—A young lady, while walk
ing with a gentleman, stumbled, and, when
her companion, to prevent her fell, grasped
her hand somewhat tightly, “Oh air!” she
simpered, “if it comes to that, you must ask
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1865.
Who arb Wortht or Confidence ?—'The
Cutbbert Reporter, speaking of Southern Re
presentatives in Congress, says we riiust
“elect our best men,” without regard to the
test oath, which the editor thinks will, upon
a sober, second thought be repealed, and
“We do not wish to be represented in the
Capitol of the nation by perjured men, or
by hypocritical, fourth-rate politicians, who
never under other circumstances would be
thought worthy to preside in a Justice Court,
or fill a seat in the Legislature. Too much
of the talk afloat recently about sending men
to Congress who have no record against
them, originates, in our opinion, principally
with that class who, having no good record
to present their fellow citizens, are anxious
to slide into power and position on this hob
All sensible, wide awake men of the North,
ail able and sound statesmen, know that
those men who bore the brunt and heat of
the late war—who manfully breasted the
tide and offered their own lives upon the
alter of their country—are the class, the
very class of all others, most loyal now to
the Government, most worthy of confidence,
aud infinitely to be preferred to those who
were hiding in holes and skulking from
the light of day in the hour of peril aud
For Southern Bank Notes.
MANNING & DE FOREST,
19 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
CORRECTED SEPT. 20, 1865.
Bank of Berkeley go
•• Commerce, Fredericksburg -28
“ Charleston, charleston to
“ the Commonwealth
“ HowardsviUe to
“ Old Dominion ... s - 2
“ . Philippi jo
“ Kockbridge 28
•• Rockingham 28
” Scotteville io
“ the Valley !....S0
“ Virginia 80
“ Winchester 25
Central Bank of Virginia 10
Corporation of Alexandria 50
Danville Bank, Danville 20
Exchange Bank of Vs., Norfolk 22
Farmers’ Bank of Fincas’le 28
*• “ Richmond 22
Merchants’ Bank, Lynchburg 25
Monticello Bank ,21
Northwestem Bank at Jeffersonville 90
Southwestern Bank, Wythesyille 25
Traders' Bank. Richmond 25
Bank of Cape Fear 37
“ Clarendon jj
“ Commeice 20
“ Fayetteville 12
“ Lexington 25
" North Carolina 37
“ Wadesborough «u
“ Wilmington „2o
“ Yancevfile ' 12
Commercial Bank, Wilmington :. is
Farmers’ Bank ol North Carolina 30
Merchants'Bank, Newbern 30
Bank of Roxboro’ 25
Miners and Planters' Bank 25
Bank of Thomasvilie 25
Bank of Camden. *. 16
“ Charleston ..it
“ Chester is
“ Geoigetown 17
“ Hamburg 17
“ Newbury .20
“ South Carolina ...'..'.'.'.'.'.'An
.“ State of South Carolina 18
Commercial Bank. Columbia 15
Exchange “ **
Farmers' and Exchange 14
Merchants’, Cheraw ig
People's Bank, Fairfield
Planters’ and Mechanics' Bank 1 8
South W. R. K 20
State Bank ]y
GEORG IA .
Angnsta Insurance and Banking Company 10
Bank of Augusta 20
“ Columbus 12
• Commerce 10
“ Fulton 20
“ EmpireState .' .12
“ Middle Georgia 50
Bank of Slate of Georgia 2a
Central Railroad Banking Company To
City Bank of Augusta 20
Farmers'and Mechanics 16
Georgia Railroad and Banking Company 78
Marine Bank to
Mechanics’ Bank 10
Merchants end Planters' Bank 10
Planters' Bank 17
Timber Cutters' Bank
Union “ 10
Bank of Mobile 65
“ Montgomery 90
“ Selma 25
Commercial Bank 27
Northern “ 30
Southern “ 65
Bank of Chattanooga 77
“ Middle Teunessee 60
“ Tennessee is
“ West Tennessee 25
City Bank of Nashville 26
Merchants' “ :
Ococe “ 25
Shelbyville “ 50
Union “ 45
Bank of America 96
“ Louisiana 3u
" New Orleans go
Canal Bank 96
Citlxens' Bank 95
Crescent City 60
Louisiana State Bank 60
Mechanics' and Traders' Bank 90
Merchants' •* 60
Southern •• 96
Union *• 60
New Orleans City Scrip :. 90
STATE BONDS AND COUPONS.
Virginia Bonds 67<Si*
N Carolina “ BU(bS2
8 Carolina “ 60@70
Georgia •* 80ffliS6
Tennessee “ 80&82
MemphisClty “ 70<»30
Augusta,ua. “ 70
Savannab,Ga. “...., 76
The above Bonds are bought” with Coupons indaded
fh>m l SCI included.
North Carolina Coupons 46
Memphis City *• 80® 86
Tennessee “ 40
Georgia “ 60
These Quotations are liable to fluctuate, and cannot
be relied on for any length of time. s«p26
Ihare Just returned from New York, aud have
brought out one of the best selected stbeks ol
Milinery Dress Creeds
Ever brought to this iflarket. The Goods will be sold
1 will receive weekly the latest- styles of Milinery
under Scriren House, Comer or Bull and Congress
et&dmo MRS. PEASE
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAL
SUITABLE lur Parlor Grates. Landing and for sale
in lots to suit purchasers, by
OCU2 2W CLAGHORNACUNNINGfUM
BOOKS for Sabacription lo the Capital Stock of
the National Expreas Company are now open a*
the office of the undersigned.
One of the Conuntaioiiets
octlT 2w for the State of (h- «.«i
THE firm known aa Ames A Peabody, ITS Brough
ton street, t$ this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. W. L Peabody will coutinue the Wholesale
Boot and Shoe Busine s at the above place, aud is au
thorized to settle all claims and collect all debts on ac
count of business transae ions *t Savannah.
J. M AMES.
'octlT C WM. 1.. PEABODY
ENOCH MORGAN'S SON'S
No. 211 Washlngton-St,
6epl9 NEW YORK 3m
TRY ONE POUND.
wa * thi mv. i mw* m (m
That received a medal and honorable mention from
the Royal Commissioner*, the rompetlon of all prom
inent manufacturers of "Corn Starch" and "Prepared
Corn Flour" of this and other countries not withstand
The food and luxury of the age, without a single
fault. One trial will convince the most skeptical.—
Makes Puddings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, Ac.,
without Isinglass, with few or no eggs, at a cost as
tonishing the most economical. A slight addition to
ordinary Wheat Flour greatly improves Bre ad and
Coke It Is also excellent for thickening sweet sauces,
gravies for lleh and meats, soups. At For Ice Cream
nothing can compute with it. A little boiled in milk
will produce nclgcream lor coflee, chocolate, tea, Ac.
Hit up in one pound packages, tinder the trade
mark Maizena, with directions for use.
A most delicious article of food for children and in
valids of all ages.
For sale by Grocers and Druggists everywhere.
Wholesale Depot, 166 Fulton Street.
uu2s-3m General Agent.
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
MANUFACTURE Iron Steamboats Stenm Engines,
Boilers, Machinery for Saw Mil's, Ac. Having
had long experience in bminesa uud being piovldid
with very extensive lscllities lor doing work of this
class, are prepared to execute orders with despatch,
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 ConrtlaMt Street, New York,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND W^BHEBS
Bridge, Car, Stop or Band Hook,
SETT SCREWS, COACB OR Ll« SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROUND AND S(UARE WASHERB,
Turn buojclefc. Bolt Ends, Taps
and Dies. &p.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, RAILS. CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, and
every article used iu constructing
or operating Railroads.
COAI. OIL, TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP,
AND RUBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, *o.; ENGINEERS' TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS.
WIRE, INSULATORS, BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Also Mannfacturers of the
BEST OAK- TANNED BELTING.
MACHINERY. LATHS, PLANERS,
DRILLS, PUNCHES AND SHEARS,
STEAM ENGINES. STATION
ARY AND PORTABLE
Notice to Lumbermen.
r | S HB undersigned are prepared to receive Conslgn-
A menu of Lumber, or any quantity nr quality, lor
■ale in this market or lor shipment North,
Cash advance! made when required. Oar facilities
for procuring suitable vessels for shipments are un
AGENTS IN SAVANNAH
VAN HORN, HOLYOKE Ac MURRAY.
Agents In New York, Messrs. Holyoke Wlunsy 47
South street. ts octU
oe OHCSB INK, in stands, at *8 60 per groee. 16
MU down Arnold's Writing Fluid, pita, at *7 per
deaen. For sale by
RYOii A LEACH.
aatatf oor. Bryan street and Market square.
- iftr** .... Him;*
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, l
Suvnnuub. Ult, October 2, JS6S J
ON tfnd after Monday, 2nd inut., a dally train (Sun
day* excepted; will leave tor Augusta at 6 a.
m., connecting with a line of Hacks running between
Station Central Railroad, and Wayneaboro on the
Augusta and Savannah Railroad.
Passengers by this Ime will arrive in Augusta the
next morning after leaving Savaunah in time to get
breakfast ami connect with the Georgia Railroad
train for Atlanta.
Freight to g#hy Passenger Train mu#* lx* prepaid
and delivered at the Dtfpot the night before.
By order of
. GEO. W ADAMS.
®*p2 General Nujirunteuciei.r
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. 1
Bavam.aU, Oct, 10th, 1565. /
This Company it now, in enunectiou with 11. J
Dvkrsou x Co.'s W on». prepared to receive and
fox ward to Augusta. N#c"n, Atlanta Ac., daily from
twenty to tlurly thotisu a pouude of Freight, and go
through in from three to Mix days.
ribip Freight arid other expcuHCg must l»e paid by
SLippeia. Railroad freight can be paid here or.al (lce
Freight on perishable goods must, be prepaid.
- GKO. W. ADAMS,
A*** 1 Geueral Superintendent.
TRY ONE POUND.
Bull Street. Corner of Bay Lane.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Just Received at the above Depot a further supply of
THE BUSfI-IiANGER'S, OR, ADVEN
TURES IN AUSTRALIA.
MAJOR JONES' COURTSHIP, Price 100
ANNIE, OR CONTENTMENT, Price 50
Leslies' Ladies Magazine. Eclectic Magazine.
Mail, Demorests’ Mirror of Fashions, Price 40 Cts.
THE ROQUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 35 cents.
HARPER'S MONTHLY, GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK’
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, 4c., for OCTOBER.
The nsual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer,
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Can bp hud at
News Depot and Cheap Periodi*
BULL STREET, BACK OF IHE POST OFFICE.
n i BBggga HrU+rt-iTiin? 1‘ , tTJIL. , fV “J?.- I Y-LW l or
New aud Cheap Puhlicatious.
Artemafl Ward; his Travels, %I.SO,
The Lost Will*sso cent*.
Gus Howard, 75 e^iiis.
Verner's Pride, $1.50.
The Curse of t’lilton, $1.50.
H vord «nd Gown, 30 cents.
Great Expectations, 75 cents.
The Channmgs, sl.
The Castle's Heir, $1.50.
Guy LivingMtone, $1.50.
Major Jones* Conrtehip, sl.
Major Jones* Chronicles of Plneville, sl.
Polly Peablossom’s Wedding, $1
And other Novels, at
ESTILT/S NEWSPAPER and PERIODICAL STORE,
ocl7- Bull street, back ol Post Office.
SEA ISLAND HOTEL
HILTON HEAD, S. (’.,
n6w open to the public.
OUOKLY A BANCROPr, Proprietors.
F.dwarp L. Jones, Agent ts octlO
Monument Square; Baltimore. Maryland.
THIS FIRST CLASS HOTEL has been newly fnr
nlahsd throughout, aud ta now ready fur the re
ception of guests.
octO-lm KIRKLAND* CO.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, H. C.
RIDDELL A RTJO G, Fboprietoib
C. 8. RIDDELL. N. P, UU<-G.
Warren’s Celebrated Needles and Fish
ANDREW CLERK & CO.,
4S MAIDKN LANE, NEW YORK,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS.
OUR former customers will find a reduction In gold
prices or the Needleß, while the quality ia aiwaya
keptuu to the highest standard known to English
A. C. A Cos., respectfully solicit a renewal of the
mercantile relations so long aud favorably esteemed
by their house. au2o 3m
A Triumph iu Mechanical Scieuce.
MANUFACTURED under two distinct patents, of
•t'A entirely "orlgnal construction;” does not infringe
on any other machine. This extraordinary achieve
ment of mechanical ingenuity works upon a Table
use a the straight Needle, makes the useful Hand
Stltcti, st the rate of 16 Stitches to each evolution of
the wheel, will Tuck, Shirr, Crimp, Horn, Ruffle, Ac.,
with wonderful speed, accuracy and neatness, wlil
sew with Double and Single Thread of all kinds. Is
strong, and ctn not get out of order, apd has received
the full approval of the-principa) journals and all who
have used them. *
This machine works like a charm and sews neat and
rapid. Every family requires one.”—.V. Y. IVoria.
“For the Dressmaker it Is Invaluable, for the House
hold it supplies a vacaut place.”— Qodey's Ladies'
“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 per
express, racked In box with printed Instructions on
receipt of the price—slo. Sate delivery guaranteed
Agents wanted everywhere. Circnlar containing lib
eral inducements sent free.
All aiders mast be addressed to
Tew Dollar Mowing Machine Company,
38. 38 and 40 Ann Street,
oct!7 3, n
A LLpersons indebted to the late Arm of E. Heidt A
00., end Heidt, Jandon 4 Cos., will please call
and settle the earnr at the old stand, np-ttatrs
_ • E. HEIDT,
OCMW “ W. A JAI/DON.
Woodford & Ritcli,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. ill Broadway, Trinity Building,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE undersigned having resnmad the practice of
the Law, is prepared lo take charge of cases be
fore the severs! Court* In New York and at Wash
eenSo-SAWIm STEWART L WOODFORD
Attorney cat Uaw,
OFFICE NO. US BAY STBEET,
(Over the Herald Reading Boom,)
°«*l4-tf SAVANNAH, Ga.
Gao. R. Bi aok. RcfW E. L«stkb
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
SAVANNAH, G A .
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson 4 Lester,
romer of Bov nuJ Barnard streets. oclll-tf
TUGS CORWIN. WM. H. OWEN, TIIOS WILSON,
vr onto, i.vikout. q.H.n. o. iow&.
CORWIN, OWEN A WILSON,
flits Johnston. Corwin * Flnncll.j
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, 222 F STREET, nui TREASURY BUILD
-INO, IN HEAR OF WILLARD'S HOTEL,
WASHINGTON, II . C .
Will practice In the Supreme Court of the United
Stales, the Court of Claim*, and the Courts ot the
Diet i let of Columbia.
Particular attention given to Claims and Depart
ment bubiiiost. Officers Accounts adjusted.
W. S. BASINGER,
Attorney at Law,
HAS resumed practice, and may be found until the
lat of November at the office of T. M. Norwood,
Esq.; after that time at the office formerly occupied
by Lawton «l Basiuger, on Bay street, 2d door eant of
the City Hotel, Jw o<*t2o
C. S. BUNDY,
<3r oner al A. go n t
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Btrfet, Between 13rn and 14m Strxxt#,
(Near Pay Department^
DRY UOUUS AMD CLOTHING.
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Remarkably Cheap for Ca<-h.
CAN BE FOUND AT
A- Reseller db Co'm.,
13 BARNARD STREET, COR. CONGRESS LANE.
Comprising a general Assortment or Foreign and
Domestic Gauds. Cloaks, Bhawla,-4c.
N. B.—-By strict attention to bn-ine-s, courteous
and honorable dealing with out costumers, we trust
to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
A large fine ot White Goods and Linens now open.
BOQTB, SHOES AND HATS.
THE subscriber having fumicd a Ckepartnerslup
with Mr. J. C. Ludlow, under the firm namct.f
lleldt A Ludlow, respectfully calls the attention of
his friends and the public generally to their large stock
ol Clothing, Furnishing Goods,’ Boots. Sliot-s gud
Hals, which they arc. now opening, and w ill sell at
Wholesale and Retail, atthe old stand oflieldt, Jsu
doit 4 Cos., No, 101 Brvan and 0* St. Julian street, up
STEELE & BURBANK,
11 Merchants Rom*, Hilton Head, So. Cm
CALL the attention of Wholesale anJ IMaU pur
chaecia to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND If AVAL CLOTIIIKG, .
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
K a ,rf*% ol,da » Sashes, Belt*. Embroideries, B(*oU, Caps
Field Glasses. Gauntlets Glove*. Ac.. 6k ■ Ac.
undersigned promises to cure
in ail its worst forms without the use of medicine.—
Fir an send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cent* for
poetage. Address ,7. M. RUSSELL,
OCLO-3W _ Boston. Mass.
Ra H* ALLEN A Cos.,
180 & 101 WATER BT.,
AND MACHINERY OF AU NINOS.
Small Tod. for tht Farm and Garle n. fuck os Spade’
■Shm*U, Roe., Fork., Rake., Ac., and for Graft
Hoots, Scythe.. Scuth-Stones, and Agricul
tural Hardwire in general.
We offer, also, a large assortment of our own manu
facture of Hay Cotters, Coffee and Grain Mile, guitar
Mills for Grocers’ use. Store Truck* ot various pat
terns. Road Scrapers, Wheelbarrows. Ac v
FtriilUzura of all kinds, such as Coe’s Supcruhos.
pbste ot Lime, pure Ground Bone, I’eruvb.n Guano,
and Poudreite, -™ 1
baa proved worthy of cultivation, grown and .elected
expressly ior our trade.
Mlee made In bulk, per ponnd or bushel, or in small
packets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand
Brown’s Standard Scales.
FanisD u ° TCTn -
h ■*-‘**P**j*°,*ny branch of bmtueo. for foreign or
Wjrteta Warranted accurate and durable.
PRICE, 5 CENTS
OF THE CITY OF HEW TOEK.
Cash Capital, ... #1,000,000 OO
reuiplus Jan. 1,1803, «04,158 40
Total Liabilities, $lB 50.
P OI t ! J i ux, K M'IH? K S S ? N 4 JANNBY are prepared
m any fomen t Dnder their Open Policie^
« l fesl™;,'7 f'fassa’t hi^s”-
parties iliHurin* With'us W lUoiy o
PUjatM i. tska
fc " os,6 «
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
COLUMBIAN MARINE INSURANCE
morris fire and inland insur
ance company .... 5,000,000
OMMEftCG FIR G INSURANCE Coftp- T 200,000
STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y . 200.000
niock - B*y <md Abercom sts.
Office, corner Drayton and Bryan streets
~~ FHAWHI!^ 88888 *^
On New Tori. Bonin, Piulafcljliia
Baltimore & iopsta,
Boujltt aud Sold.
Also, Specie, Southern Bonds, Stocks and Baht:
Notes. Loans oAhort HmeccgotUt.d,
FORDYCE, ANDERSON k JANNEY,
m 14-2 w No. 10 Stoddard'a Range
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK,
For eilc by
* ( 3 >lli BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO. '
ON • »
In numa to euit purchasers, by
-232HL-. e. r.MfrrcALFß&co.
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, I •
U ftITSI, SWATXa Imeenaißxvxkce,).
Savannah, Oct. 13, 1664. j
nnvlng nearly completed the orgenUatloa of the
Id-trict. I hereby notify the public that I am instruct
cd to moke an immediate assessment tor the vl«r
ind“ !irely*° IWfSWSSdi 'gro«reXt“ m °S
land agency /
rfIHE subscriber, formerly of sarinnah. and reMasn,
eoHdta the patronage of all needing an agent therS.
x , . “SS* 1,
Refers to any old resident in Savannah
Family Dye ColorsT
Patented October 13, 1»03.
Dark Blne^ llk
l lsm Brown Orange
Dsrk Brown Pink*
Light Brow n Ponde
f’iwref'""* Royal Purple
fbrrry 3a mon
Dai k Drab Sate
light Drab Sotferlno
Fawn Drab Violet ,
Light Eawn Drab Yellow
Hatu, Feathers, children 2 * Clothina
and all kinda of Wearing App^T
cr A SifYlNO OF 80 PER C®MT.
lor cents yon can color as manv good. ..
otbmrire oort five tins, that raS? 7
HOWE A ETEVKNH,
f"lo“m b, * dn,gglSUand
Nil Beaver Street, New York.
hU<mn lm P ort *‘‘ow. ih bond and
?“* y l Modkct ™*"J*W** *c„ of
any other house In this country, comprising in part of
OtanL Henneey, Plnet OMtlUon, Martel, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies la hall; quarter, and eighth
rasks . alsoOtard and Rooyer, Lafcrrelere and Flla
Brandy, In cates of one doaen each
Udolpho Wqlfe's Schiedam in pipes. Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and duty paid, in caseeof
one dozen quarts and two doses pints.
“Whiskey and Rum.”
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, In thde. and case* of one
Mc e ,to*SnWir' ,rbo “ 2**® iD b ‘ rreto
Jamaica •• and ‘tSf. Crou: Sum" in hhds. and
cases of one doaen each.
Madeira, Sherry and Port Wises.
More than twenty different grades, la halves, qnar.
tern and eighth casks, also in cases of one doaen
“Hock, Champagne, Moselle aad Claret
From Peter Arnold Mnmm in Cologne, proprietor of
Joannieburg estate; J. H. D. Becker A Flla: Eache *
nancer, Benecke A Cos., Bordeaux Barton A QassUn,
Bordeaux, and from other well known booses in Ger
many tad France.
Oils, Cornual.a, Stamm, Rrrmj, Mcttsrp, Oarers,
Basra)?. Pusnvss, Ac. *
Twenty live years’ business transactions with the
Southern States, with, some of the largest and most
respectable dealers, should be sufficient guarantee, that
every article offered by .the advertiser for Me Is para