THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.
VOL. 1-NO. 239.
The savannah Daily Herald
(MORNING AND EVENING)
IS PUBLISHED 111
*j. W. MASON «fc CO..
At 111 Bat Stout, Satahmao. Oso-aou
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per Year *lO 00,
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vertisement" Inserted in the moraine, will If desired,
appear in the evening without extra charge.
In every style, neat'y and promptly done.
LATER FROM EUROPE
The Liverpool Market.
ACTION IN GEN. PALMER’S
Prom New Orleans—den. Kirby
Smith Reported Killed.
A Mexican Loan for Thirty Millions
in the Market,
BTC., BTC., ETC.
Father Point. Oc.. 23d.—The Hibernian
from Liverpool 12tb, via. Londonderry 13tb,
vrith date3 of tile 13th insV, has arrived
Sales of Cottou for the present week amount
ed to onu hundred and twelve thousand baler,
including sixty thousand to exporters and
speculators. The market opened with Jan
upward tendency—subsequently flat—closed
with an advance of l 2d on American C itton
for the week. Middling Orleans a 24 3-4' 1 .
Sales on Friday, twenty-thousand bales.
Breadstuff* quiet aud steady. U. S. Five-
Twenties 63 to 69. The amount of Bullion
in the Bank of England had decreased £447,-
From Kentucky—Decision in Gen, Palm
Louisville, Oct.. 22 —President Johnson
has approved of the action of Gen. Thomas
relajiug to Gen. Palmer. The Secretary of
War approves of Gen. Palmer granting pass
es to coloted persons.
From .Near Orleans—Reported Killing of
Gen. Kirby Smith.
New Orleans, Oct. 21.—C01. Kirby, a
prominent citizen of Texas, says Gen. Kirby
Smith was killed by his emplqyeCs at Hemp
A Mexican Loan to be put on the Market.
New York, Oct. -22.—T0-morrow the
Agency of tbe Republican Government of
Mexico here will place the thirty million
loan in tbe market. The interest on the
loan is to be paid semi annually in gold-
Oar Florida Correspondence.
Fernandina, Oct 21, 1866.
To the Editors of the Savannah Herald:
The election ou the 10th iust. in this coun
ty resulted in the unanimous choice of Hon.
Erast us D. Tracy. Wo say unanimous, yet
there was one scattering vote for Judge Geo.
Stuart. Tee whole number of votes polled
was fifty-six. Not a very large number, but
when they are all'oue way, plenty large
I mentioned in a former letter, that I
thought the friends of Major Sears would
bring him forwaid. Your type made me
say "he thinks bis friends will press his
claims'—the fact was that, so soon as the
Major heard that he was talked of as a can
didate, he.took pains at once, and decidedly
to say that on no Condition could he con
sent to the use of his name, and himself
Canvassed for (Jol. Tracy. I have taken pains
to say Ibis much concerning a not very im
portant matter to the public, but of some
importance to the geutleman whom it con
Mr. Tracy lives on the St. Mary's River,
opposi e Traders' Hill, Ga. wherehe lias a
fine estate. Ho ba9 seen some service in
the field, having served lrom 1837 to 1840 in
tiie Semiuole war, under Col. Twiggs, and
having been a member of the Floii ia House
of Representatives and Senate, (of which
latter body he was President,) about ten
years. During the last five years he has re
aidi and ou his estate. Mr. J. C. Smith and J.
M. Matt 'X, delegates elect to your Conven
tion .rom Cburltou County, are gentlemen
well known here, as able and enterprising
men, and well qualified for the business to
which they Dave been elected.
There is no news beae. The Louisburg,
Capt. Dale, came in to-day from Hilton
Head, with Brigadier Gen. Burns on hoard,
bound for Key West.
Tue steamers Fountain and Helen Getty,
from your city, ou whom we depeud lor
news, came In on thesame day this week.
HIGHLY ISIERE'STIXO NEWS FROM
A Difficulty Tlircateunl Between Eng,
land mid the Emplra.
The New York Herald of the 17th. inst
“Special advices and newspaper files from
Mexico and the neighboring colony of British
Honduras, furnish us with intelligence of a
v< ry important character. From Belize we
learn, in the shapeotefficial correspondence,
that the English government has repudiated
the attempt made by Maxioiillian in 1864, to
extend the boundaty of the empire into
British Honduras by means of a military
mail from Yucatan. The British Minister iu
Mexico city declares that "Mexico has no
cluim whatever to any portion of the terri
tory,” and to this Senoi Ramirez, on behalf
of the government acquiesces. The doubt
ful policy of Napoleon towards Maxiraillian,
and the reported determination ot the Piti
ed States government to uphold the Monroe
doctrine, influenced the submissive tone of
Mexican reply Considerably.”
The Liberate—Their Straitened Condi
tion and Main Hope.
The Herald's correspondent writing from
Puebla, Sept, 26th says:
“The patriotism ol the high liberals and
leading friends ol President Juarez has
prompted them to make a very great sacri
fice in the support of the national cause.
They do not cow, nor have not for some
lime, received any money lrom the President,
but are arming the numerous bands of guer
illas. who are operating so determinedly
against monarchy, at their own expense and
from their private fortunes.
I cannot cone al, however,from your read
ers that the main hope of Juttrcz for the ulti
mate viudicalion of democratic piiuciples in
Mexico lies in the expt ciation of counte
nauc -and material aid from the p eople and
government of the United States.
The Emperor has now really no native
party, either conservative, liberal or clerical.
His Austiian troops are discontented, be
cause they are deceived by the representa
tions made to them in Eutope. I have heard
many of them, officers and men, express
their joy at tbe prospect ot marching from
Puebla to the Rio Grande, from which point
they hoped to be able to desert into the
United States Tbe pay which they receive
here does not keep them in tobafcco.
It is reported hero in very influential cir
cles that .Maximilian has already forwarded to
the United States five millions of dollars to bo
expended in Washington, with the view of
iuflueociog members of Congress to vote for.
tbe recognition of tbe empire by the United
States during the next session."
GEV. HOWARD’S TRIP THROUGH THE
Hi. Speeches at Raleigh and Wilming
Major Gen., O. O. Howard, Chief of the
Bureau of Freedtaeu, etc., is now upon a
journey ol inspection through the Southern
States. The Wilmington Journal of the 16th
instant, received by last night’s mail, con
tains reports of bis speeches at Raleigh and
Wilmington, as he passed through those
At Raleigh he addressed an attentive aud
ience, composed largely of members of the
Convention. The Progress says ■
The General was introduced, by Governor
“The General proceeded to address the
Convention. He begged leave to assure
them tbat.he came with the kindest inten
tions, for the purpose ot doing practical good
lo the white man as well as the freedman.—
That lie endeavored to carry out faithfully
the iustruc ions of the President, and that
all his circulars bad been submitted to and
approved by him. He was now on a tour
to South Carolina. In passing, he thought
that good might be accomplisued by address
ing the Convention of North Carolina. He
was glad of the opporlunitv to do so.
He had been handed ibe leport of the
Committee upon Freed men. He asked leave
to read it, as it so nearly coincided with bis
own views and purposes, which were to es
tablish some syte-m of local laws, whereby
social order might prevail and the evils re
sulting from a sudden Change in the status of
society be averted. The General read tbe
report. He cammended tbe course therein
recommended. He looked with interest to
the action ot the Convention, and future
legislation on this matter. He had confi
dence enough to believikthal it would be
sufficient in time to rectify all evils. But he
feared that no laws could be passed or go ■ in
force before the first ot January next, owing
to the uecessity of thorough legislation iu
the matter. It was necessary, he thought,
that bef.re that 'ime that some local courts
should be established, say three iu each.
County, who should settle all differences
arising between the whiles and blacks, aud
enforce law and order. He bad no doubt
but that any Co-niy could thus legulale its
aftaits and ithpciM- order and quiet upon all
ciases of its citizens.
Alabama aud Mississippi had pursued this
course, and he now made the suggestion to
the members of tie Convention of Norlh
Carolina, Chat they should adopt some simi
lar method. He hoped that he was under
stood —he desired only the good of the
The General said that the Freedman’s Bu
reau thus tar had accomplished all it could.
No persons were sustained iu idleuess, and
Vagt ancy about cities was diminishing. In
this it had accomplished its purpose—to
break tbe shock of the sudden revoiutiou in
society and labor. He did not come to ad
vocate equality—merely to make practical
suggestions and further a solution ot the dif
ficulties under which wo labored.
Tue Bureau would probably exist ooe year,
probably longer. It had no means on hand,
and this wits the reason why officers already
in the pay of the government were assigned
to this duty, because they could draw their
pay as such officers. He would have pre
ferred upright, intelligent citizens for this
duty, but his means had been limited. As
soon as North Carolina was restored to the
Union, the freedmeu would be turned over
to ber care. This is where the matter pro
perly rests, lu the meanwhile, he Came to
co-operate wiib citizens of the State in the
eudeavor to establish local courts for the ad
judication of all difficulties between tbe ra
ces, until the Bureau Ceased to exist and tbe
State tpok the charge upon herself.
The General also referred to and enforced
tbe necessity of schools to disseminate intel
ligence and virtue among the free children.
He thought no discipline belter lor them than
that of tue school room.
In closing, the General reiterated bis kind
feelings, ami said that he would like to hear
facts and suggestions from some of the mem
bers present. ’
Gen. Howard spoke to a very respectable
audience at the Theatre, at the request of in
fluential citizens of the town. Tue address
was made in a conversational style and was
well received by the audience. He gave an
account of the establishment of the Bureau
and said it was absolutely necessary in
order to provide for and take care of the
four millions,of suddenly emancipated ne
He endeavored to prove that unless their
right to testily in the c.iurts was recognized,
their freedom wa9 a mockery. He was un
willing to leave them for protection- to pub
lic Bentiment. He believed that tbe best
frieud Os the negro ought to be, at least,
tbeir former masters, but that be cuuld not
rely on the popular feeling at the South, nor
at tbe Noith alone, for a guarantee of the
rights of this large class of our people.—
They must be proteetew- by law, and tbe
sooner tbe South acknowledge this fact the
sooner they will be restored to their consti
tutional rights in the Uuion. Without tbe
restraints of law tbeir freedom was only nom
Tbe General w;a3 very mild and concilia
tory in the expression of bis views. He en
tertained no teeling9 ot ill will or bitterness
towards the people'of tbe South, said that his
association bad been nearly as much with
Southern men as with Northern men; that
be had Some knowledge of the institution of
slavery, aud did not_,credit all the reports of
brutality that were ciiculaied in the North,
nor did he believe all the polished" stories of
its mildness that emenuted from the South.
Upoq the whole, the remarks of the General
were characterized by that liberality of sen
timent which Will not fail to gain biinfrieuds
and admirers wherever he may go in the
South, even among those, and they are many,
perhaps the majority, who cannot coincide
with all his views.
. The General alio addressed the colored
population while at WilmingtAn. “They
were urged upon to be virtuous, truthful and
Industrious, "mind fill of the obligations of the
marriage contract, and polite to their former
masters as well as to each other. They
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2*. 1865.
were informed that their freedom was ac
knowledged by the Bute Convention n„w in
session, and that it remained with them to
prove whether they were worthy to enjoy
The General did not touch on the suffrage
question, but advised, as the best course to
arrive at political equality, a life ol labor,
striving at the same time to educate and en
lighten themselves and ilieir children , that
education alone would fit them to enjoy
He then spoke of the objects of the Bu
reau, of which he was Cbiei; that it was not
intended to support them in idleness, but
that it was established to assist them in tran
sition from slavery to treedom, and that
those who wete purposely idle, relying upon
the assistance of the Bureau would be aw
The General also spoke of the great im
portance of harmony and good feeling ex
isting between the races", and remarked that
wheu this was effected the Bureau would be
The Scene of Desolation in Northern
The Augusta Constitutionalist of recent
date in a giaphic. description of the present
appearance of Atlanta and the surrounding
country, so terribly devastated by Gen. Sher
man's army, says, that the town ot Atlanta
is a bewildering chaos of tumbled-dowa
brick walls, newly set up frame sliantees,
while tents, piles of lumber and stone, heaps
of newly arrived merchandize, hurrying,
eager crowds of people, with here and there,
in re ruourniul by contrast, some imposing
edifice and heaven ascending church spire.
But “resurgam” is written upon the frouiala
of the gate City. Her people are enterpris
ing, thrifiy and indomitable. Tbe same pa
per says that after leaving that city, going
towards Tennessee, lor more then a hundred
miles there are rifle pits and earth works
every fifty yards. Desolation broods over
the whole scene. The country has not yet
put on the garnHure of peace, but sits like
—“voiceless and tearless
In her childless woe.”
No fences, no houses, no smiling crops
Here is once beautiful Marietta, alt disfigur
ed by tbe smiting band of war. Yonder
stands Keuni-sawMountain,its once blooming
front all seared and scarred with earth
works—and holding at her base hecatombs
of slain. We turn In pain, and vuinly, from
these sad pictures to find some relief.
What a terrible commeutary upon the
fierceness and pioiractedness of the campaign
of Johnston and Shertuau- is the face of the
whole country. How bitter tbe contest—
how terrific the struggle, that iucb by inch
and step by step was waged for more than a
hundred miles Ikiough these once peaceful
valleys and pleasant plains !
Here and there you can observe occasion
al evidences of tbe revival of trade, and no
tice an unfrequent plow; but this Is tbe ex
ception, not tue rule. It seems impossible
lor those once thiiving, hard-working aud
prosperous North Georgians to recover from
the stupilying blight and sad effects of the
There is a population in and on the sub
urbs of this city whose condition is such as to
enlist tbe sympathies of all good people, and
for whom something should be doue. It con
sists of families who have been stripped of ev
erything,and whose male members went iuto
tbe war and have never .returned. On the
blackened rums of their once happy homes,
under shed* and tents that furnish out little
protection from the storm," they simply exist
and such an existence !
Notice to the Public.
IN tbe year IS4O, the writer embarked in the Drug
Business in the city of Pbiladeiphi.i, and while thus
1 engage, made several ♦ xperiments in regard to the
; most desirable mode* of pi>pA»n g Fluid Extracts. My
i efforts being f-ncc ssful—the articles being approved and
Utied by the Medical •* culty-i waa desirous of placing
tbarn b fore the public, but h altat and for some il©e
before concludiug to rwoit to newspaper advertising,
knowing of the prejudices that existed in the minds of
mauy against using advertised Medicines or.NosiUma,
but through the adv ce of it lends and those who bad
; used them this objeC'lon was overcome,
j After IS y ars’ xertlons, commencing in a small wav,
the popularity of my at tides has exte ded to all parts
! of the United at tcS. and widely throughout For igu
i countries—end this lu the fac* of miuh opposition.
Every means has been resorted to bv unpriuclpT and and al
ers since their merit and sneo sa nave b -en know’ll—
such as advet tising larger boitli s at less price. ,qonsur ng
all other preparations, and even copying my advertise
ment*—but I am httppv to state that out of the many
who have resorted to this, none have bt'en successful.
*n this notice is to make facts known to the public and
respectable dealers, believing, after so many years’ ex
ertions, that the Druggists will disc uutenance. such
proceedings, and ihat the reputation of my articles
may not be damaged by the use of interior or spurious
! Knowing that many may read this article who are
unacquainted with me, 1 append a few remarks from
those of my native ciiy, and whose names are knowu
in all parts of the world :
“Being personally acquainted with Mr. H. T. Helm
bold, it affords me in stating I have been
most favorably impressed with his energy aud integri
ty, and gratified at his seccess ”
Firth of Pov ett A Weigbtinan,
Ninth and Brown Streets. Philadelphia.
[Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia.]
14 When on a visit to the city of New York a few
days since. I was Induced to call on oar old friend and
townsman, Mr. U.T. Ilelmbold. Druggist, 594 Broad
way. N. V. His Store is a Model—a perfect Gem--
the handsomest of any kind we have ever had the
pleasure of viewing, and so extensive, being 34 feet
front five stories in height, and over 200 feet deep.—
j It Indeed affords us much pleusureto know that he
i 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 art!-
! cles without Merit—advertisiug merely bringing the
name before the people."
“We do not like to advertise worthless wares, or
articles calculated to deceive our readers; and when
| we see an advertiser like Mr. Ilelmbold, whom wo
have known for years, gradually extend his advertising
from year to vear until he becomes the largest adver
tiser in tho Halted btates, we are satisfied that the
statements in regard to his articles must be correct.
The writer reluctantly inserts the above, and would
not do so were he not a stranger to ra,any; and con
cludes by suiting the names o* bis articles, and the
dis eases for which they have been used by manv thou
sands with complete success.
Helmbold’s Extract of Buchn
will cnr« all diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder
Cnres Pain or Weakness In the Buck, Strictures, Ac s
Cure, Weak Nerves, Loss of Memory, Trembling,
Dimness of Vision.
HEi MBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHC
is a pure flaid extract, not a woak tea or Infusion, Is
the one thing needful for all complaints incident to
Females. For psrticmlare send for Circular.
HELMBOLD’S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
cores Gravel and Dropsical Swellings existing In Men,
Women, or Children; In fact. ALL DISEASES requir
ing the aid of a Diuretic. It la the gi estest Tonic and
Diuretic knowu—perfectly e fe, pleasant in taste and
odor, and Immediate In it* action.
Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla,
One bottle equivalent In strength to one gallon of the
Syrup of Decoction
It reaches the seat of the disease Immediately, ex
pelling all Humors of the Blood and
| BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Tteac articles, being of each strength, the dose it
exceedingly small. From ihl# fact, it is used in the
United-States Army Hospital, and public Sanitary In
•titutions throughout the fond.
«r* Sold by an Draggtafs everywhere.
VT Ask tar Helen bold’s. Take no othsr.
. Cnteot tbe advertisement and tend for it, and
b* this means avoid Counterfeit
- ott* laa
t CITABLE t.>r Parlor Grate*. Landing and lor «»le
•3 to lots to salt purchaser*. Oy
octi2-2w i LAtiHGHN A CUNNINGHAM
BOOKS for Sul cription to tbe Capital Stock cf
tbe National Express Company ar« now open a',
the office ol the undersigned.
One of the Commissioners
octlt 3w _ for tbe State of (Jeor.la.
Warren’s Celebrated Needles and Fish
ANDRBYV CLERK 6c CO.,
48 MAIDEN LANE. NEW YORK,
SOLE AGKNTS AND IMPORTERS,
OUK former customers will find a reduction In gold
prices of the Needles, while the quality in a'.wHv*
Kept up to the highest standard Known to English
A. C. A Cos., respectfully solicit a renewal of the
mercantile relations so long and favorably esteemed
by their bouse. au2s 3m
ENOCH MORGAN’S SON'S
No. 211 Washington-St.,
_repl9 NEW YORK. 3m
TRY ONE POUND.
thi * fooD
That received a medal and honorable mention from
the Royal Commission era. the competion of all prom
inent manufacturer* of •Corn Starch” and “Prepared
Com Flour” of this and other countries notwithstand
The food and Inxnry of the age, without a single
fault. One trial will convince the most skeptical.—
Makes Puddings, Calces, Custards, Blanc Mange, Ac.,
without Isinglass, with few or no eggs, at a cost as
loni.-hing the most economical. A slight addition to
ordinary Wheat Flour greatlv improves Ik ad and
Cuke ft is also excellent for thickening sweet sauces,
graates for dsh and meats, sonps, Ac. For fee Cream
nothing can compare with it A little boiled in milk
will produce rich cream tor onffee, chocolate, tea, Ac.
Put up in one pound packages, under the trade
mark Muizena, with directions for use.
A most delicious article of food for children and in
valids of ail ages.
For sale by Urocers and Druggists everywhere.
Wholesale Depot, ICG Fulton Street.
au2s-3m General Agent.
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
MANUFACTURE Iron BteamboatF Steam Engine*,
Boilers, Machinery lor Saw Mill*. Ac. Having
had long experience in WineM and being provide and
with very extei.eive facilities lor doing woik cf till*
elate, are prepared to 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, COACB OR LAO SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROHNQ AND SQUARE WASHERS,
’l'u.rntaucklee, Bolt Ends, Taps
and Dies, tea.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, RAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIKES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, and
every article used in constructing
or operating Railroads.
COAL OIL, TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP,
AND RUBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, Ac. ; ENGINEERS’ TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RfVETING HAMMERS,
WIRE, INSULATORS. BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Alto Manufacturers of the
BEST OAK TANNED BELTING.
MACHINERY, LATHS, PLANERS,
DRILLS, PUNCHES AND SHEARS,
STEAM ENGINES, STATIOxN"-
ARY AND PORTABLE
septa . ts .
Notice to Lomberinen.
'T'HE undersigned are prepared to receive Oonsfgn-
A ments of Lumber, of any quantity or quality, tor
tale in this market or lorablpment North,
Cash advance! rn.de whan required. Oar faclUUee
for procuring raiuble vessels tor shipments are un
AGENTS IN SAVANNAH
VAN BORN, HOLYOKE At MURRAY.
Agents In New York, Messrs. Holyoke Jfc Murray 47
South street. . ts ocil<
OR GROSS INK, in Hands, at «S to per groos. u
<Ot) dosen Arnold’s Writing Fluid, pints, at *T per
dozen. For sale by
savilli a leach.
anUtf eor. Bryan street and Market square.
JSsk q&r’iv’TjJ -
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, >
O Savannah, C*a. t October 2,1605 /
N and alter Monday, 2nd in-t., * dully train (Sun
days exreptcd; will leave lor AugutOa at As
m.. connecting with a line of Hack* running between
Station Central Katlroad, and Waynesboro on the
Augusta and Savannah Railroad
Passenger* by thi* hue will ruriv- in Augusta the
next morning after leaving >avann*h in time to get
nreaklaat and connect with iho Georgia Railroad
train for Atlanta.
Freight to go by P«6*engcr Tralu mn«t be prepaid
and delivered nt the Depot the night before.
By order of
_ * GEO. W ADAMS.
Be P" General Superintendent.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
Savacuah, Oct, ICth, ISCS. [
This Company is now, in connection with H. J.
Dickerson A Co.'s Wagons, prepared to receive aud
forward to Augusta. Macon, Aifunta Ac., daily from
tweuty to thirty thou,a and pounds of Frelgut, and to
throngU til from three to six days.
Ship Preight and other expense, must be pnid by
Snippets Railroad freight can be putd hi re or at des
Freight on perishable goods must be prepaid.
„ GhO W. ADAMS,
oct *i General Superintendent.
STATION EH Y, ~jkC.
Bill Street, earner if Bay Lane.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Just Receiv ed at the above ticpot a further supply of
THE BUSIi-R.YSGER’S, OR, ADVEN
TURES IN AUSTRALIA.
MAJOR JONES' COURTSHIP, Price 100
ANNIE, OR CONTENTMENT, Price 50
Leslies’ Ladies Magazine. Eclectic Magazine.
Mad, Demoreats' Mirror of Fashions, Price 40 Cts.
THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 35 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,
TRY ONE POUND.
THE CHABLESTOH BAIL! HEWS
Can be had at
News Depot and Cheap Periodi
BULL STREET, BACK OF 'JHE POST OFFICE.
New and Cbcap Publications,
Artcmas Ward; his Travels, $1.50,
The Lost Will'sso cents.
Ous Howard, 75 ceals.
The Curse of ciiiton, $1.60.
S-.vv.rd and Gown, 30 cents.
Great Expectations, 75 cents,
e The Chaunmgs. sl.
The Castle's Heir, $1.50.
Guy Living,tone $1.60.
Major Jones' Courtship, sl.
Major Jones’ Chronicles of Pincvillc, sl.
Polly Peabioasom's Wedding, $1
And other Novels, at
ESTILL'S NEWSPAPER and PERIODICAL STORE
oct7- Run street, back oi Post Office.
Cooper, Olcott* & Fan-el ly
Booksellers and Stationers,
THE undersigned have formed a Copartnership
under the name and style of Cooper, Olcotts aid
Fa reily, for the transaction of a Wholesale and Re
tail Book and Stationery Business at the old stand of
John M Cooper A Cos , Loath-weal coiner of Whitaker
and St. Ju.Lu Streets,
JOHN M. COOPER.
WILLIAM H. OLCOTT.
DANIEL G OLIOTT.
oct23 eofllm STEPHEN FAKRELLY.
HOTELS. ' ,
SEA ISLAND HOTEL
HILTON HEAD, S. C.,
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
BUCKLY & BANCROFT, Proprietors.
Epwaßp L. JoSEP, Agent ts octlO
monument Square; Baltimore, Maryland
THIS FIRST CM Sd HOTEL has been newlyfur
nl.hed throughout, and is now ready for too re
ception of guests.
octO-lm , KIRKLAND A CO.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL A RUGG, PboprietObs
t. 8. BtfmXr.L. M. F. BCGG
A Triumph iu Mechanical Science.
MANUFACTURED under two distinct patents, of
ill entirely “orlgnzl construction;" does not infringe
on any other machine. This extraordinary achieve
ment of mechanical Ingenuity works upon a Table,
uses the straight Needle, makes the useful Hand
Stitch, at the rate of 16 Stitches to each evolution of
ili« wheel, will Tuck, Shirr, Crimp, Hem, Ruffle, Ac ,
with wonderful speed, accuracy and neatuess, will
•ftv with Double and Single Thread of ull kinds, la
strong, and can not get out of order, and has received
the full approval of the principal journals and all who
have used them.
This machiuo work* like a charm and sews neat and
rapid. Every family requires oue."—A - . Y- World.
“For tbe Dressmaker it is invaluable, for the House
hold It supp les a vacant place."— Godeu's Ladies'
“It nssa a common needle, sews vary rapidly, and is
so easily understood that a child can use it."—A" O.
Single machines sem to any part of the country per
express, packed In box with printed iastrucUuus on
receipt of the price—*lo. Safe delivery guaranteed.
Agents wanted every where. Circular containing lib
eral inducements sent free.
All orders must be addressed to
Tea Dollar Sewing Machine Company,
86, fit and 40 Ann street,
Woodford .& Rilcli,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. ill Broadway, Trinity Building,
NEW YORK CITY.
TnE nndeisigned having resumed the practice of
i he Law, la prepared to take charge of nun * be
fore the several Court* iu New Yoik and at Wash
wpiW.-3*Wlin STEWART L. WOODFuRD,
Attorney at Xjaw,
OEFICK NO. 113 BAY STREET,
(Over the Herald Reading Room.)
oetU-lt SAVANNAH. Qa.
Geo R. Black. Rufus E. Learou
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand nf Norwood. Wilson i Lester,
corner of Bay and Barnard street*. octu-tf
THUS CORWIN. WM. H. OWEN, THO? WILSON,
tr onto. cats 001. s.*.n or low a.
CORWIN, OWEN A WILSON,
(Late Johnston, Corwlu A Ftnunll.)
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors, of Claims,
OFFICE, 221 F STREET, nren TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN REAR OF WILLARD'S HOTEL,
Will practice in the Supremo Coart of the United
Staten, the Court of Claim*, and tho Courts ot the
Dt*trlct of Colombia.
Particular attention given to Claims and Depart
ment bmiuem. Officers Account!* adjusted.
W. S. BASINGER,
Attorney at. Law,
HAS resumed practice, and tiny be found nntil the
lit of November at the office of T. M. Norwood,
Ksq.; alter that time at the office formerly occupied
by Lawton A Bkslnger, on Bay street, ltd door east of
'he CityH del lw oct2o
C. S. BUNDY,
General 2Y goat
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F STEtrr, Bitwton 13th aud 14th Strrto.
(Near Pay Department, j
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.
174 Broughton Street. 174
OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
DRY GOODS HOUSE
Wholesale and Retail.
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Blankets, Shawls and ClOako
—tbe newest styles. Also—
Clothing, Hats, Boots and
Shoes, Ac., Ac ’
NO auction or damaged Good*
Nothing but regular desirable articles.
All poods sold low and on liberal terr-s.
Having re-open.d the above establishment,* where
I intend to keep a well selected Stock of the choicest
Good*, and having been long known In the business,
1 retnrn my acknowledgments to my former frt-nds
and customers, aud would solicit from them a contin.
uauco of the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
■nc. H. HAY9I,
„ ■ 174 BROUGHTON STREET,
°ct23 ts Savannah. Ga.
Xo Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Ac., Ac, Ac.,
Remarkably Cheap for Cash,
CAN fE FOUND AT
A. nesober db Ooj*.,
13 BARNARD STREET, COR. CONGRESS LANE,
Comprising a gensral Assortment of Foreign and
Domestic Oaods, Cloaks, Shawls, 4c.
N. B—By strict attention to hnsiness, courteous
and honorable dealing with our customers, we trust
to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
A large line ot While Goods and Linens now open.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
THE subscriber having formed a Co-partnership
with Mr. J. U. Ludlow, under the firm name of
Ueldt & Ludlow, respectfully calls the attention of
his tiieuds and the public generally to their large stock
of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots. Shoes aud
Hats, which they are now opening, and will 9*ll at
Wholesale and Retoil, at the old stand of Hcldt, Jau
don 4 Cos., No, 101 Bryan and C3 St. Julian street, up
octC-Sm E. HEIDT.
STEELE & BURBANK,
11 Merchants Row, HU ton Head, So. Cm
CALL tho attention of Wholesale and Retail pur
chasers to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING,
Watch**, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
WaretSwonfc, Sashes, Belt*. Embroideries,Boots, CaS
Field rtlasees. Ganntlete Gloves. Ac.. Ac Ac*
Curls, Braids. Waterfalls,
Ban*, Wigs, Half Wigs. &c..
Wholesale, Cat the lowest possible price of importa
tion, for Cash.
W, R, Cameron at Cos.,
Importers of Hair and Manufacturers,
»0. 81S FULTON ST.. BROOKLYN,
Hear New York.
and small orders panctaally sttsadef to. ]
PRICE, 5 CENTS
OF TEE CITY OF HEW YORK.
s!ra| C T al, m,000,000 OO
Surplus Jan. 1,1805, « 04,188 40
_ , 8l,3(#4,188 40 •
Total Liabilities, Si ß 50.
F°makfM A .rine E H^ N 4 are prepared
to any domeeDc'ilr forohln °P* n
“S lo *«t I'>TY«k ?ate2 e B * mWl
on A tle r, e i P i^Sut n of'T r ”3 5 per cent.
r ° i,ow,n ‘
AT Till LOWE£T. . _Xl\
COLUMBIAN MARtefE INSURANCE
COMPANY.. *5,000 (KX. *
MORHIh Ulvi, A NX) INLAND INSUR
ANCE DOJtpANi * . _ 5,0m,, 0iu
OMMERCE FiJi INSURANCE COMFY.. 200,0.,;, \
STANDARD F.JiE INSURANCE COMP'Y . 200,000
?te£h U r££ ' i ' ll ' ock -“ r - Bay and Abercorn ets.
Branch Office, corner Drayton and Bryan Meets.
On New York. Boston, Philaflelpbia
Baltimore & Augusta,
Bou»lzt and Sold.
Alao, Specie, Southern Bonds Stocks and Ban!:
Notes Loans on short time negotiated.
FORffruE, ANDERSON A JANNEY,
«K!tl4-iw No. 10 Stoddard’s Range
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For sale by
*°P» BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
ON ' ,
la Bums to salt purchasers, by
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, 1
United Stuns Imusu, km»ri, .
Savannah, Oct. 1“16U5. f
nsving nearly completed tbe organization of th*
m.li eruby . “to'fy the public that lam JnMrnct
faaa S? i '.K_*LjS I S BU,a,e aasesnmeuMur the year
1864 (as tbe Tax Is now past daa) at OonfFd4»ri»
u mi tit wea north iu confederate money at thatrimf*
mav detire will be
SJ2£iSS!??h* 11 ? ! wlil of coarse be sTlodulieof
me tTbl ,oterest “ of Government will.
tie A Gulf Railroad, will give bis personal undondl
vldsd attention to tbe sale and purchase of Land.
the said railroad, on commkuilotouul
to'th 0 ! *i l , n . eedi ; i K «n agent there?
York by the Great Southern Land Agency, 71 Broads
W &f«s to any Old
Family Dye Colors.
Patented October 13, 1*63.
Da C k B f ? r Bllk LlfcbtGmS
French blue Maroon
Claret Brown Orange
■ Light hro n ; -!,
cherry aie a*c
Crimson t carte f
Fawn Drr Violet
Light Fav. n biab Yellow,
For Dyeing biht. Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawl*.
Hearts, Dresses. Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets * **
Hals, r*a:here, hlldren’s Clothing ’
and nil kinds of Wearing Apparel
«■ A SAVING OF 80 PER CENT, jsj,
For 26 cents you can color ae many goods aa woeld
otherwise Cr»st five tin es that sum. Various aharie*
can be produced from the same dye. 35SttSSJE
simple, and any one can use the Dye
SSft “ and
HOWE ft STEVENS,
ecttMm 7 and eßtst * “ Ml de » ler ” generally.
“U DOXi FH O W 011 r I,"
»fl Bearer Street, New York.
Offers for sale of his own Importations, in bond and
duty paid, the largest stock of Wines, Liquors, ftc., of
any other house in this country, comprising In part of
Otard, Hennesy, Pluet Oaatuton, Martel, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies in half, quarter, and eighth
casks i also Otard and Rouyer, Laferrelere and Fils
Brandy, In cases of one dozen each.
Udolpho Wolfe’s Schiedam in pipes, Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and duty paid, in cases of
one dozes quarts and two dozen pints.
“Whiskey and Rum.”
Scotch asd Irish Whiskey, la hhds. aad eases of on»
dozen each. BouAon Whiskey ihbarrels sad easel of
one dozen each.
"Jamaica" and "St. Croix Rum" in hhds- and
cases of one dozen each.
Madeira, Sherry and Pert Wlnee.
More than twenty different grades, in halve* qnar.
ten and eighth casks, also in cases of one dozen
“Hock, Champagne, Moselle and Claret
From Peter Arnold Mumm In Cologne, proprietor of
Joknnisbarg estate; J. H. D. Becker ft FUs; Escha
nsneer, Benecke t Cos., Bordeaux _ Barton A Guesltn,
Bordeaux, and from other well known bouses in Ger
many and Fiance.
One, Cordials, Sazdots, BrrrzzZ, Mpstasd, Otme,
Brandt, Pzzazmvzo, do.
Twenty-live years’ business transactions with the
Southern States, with some of the largest and irm
respectable deaiors,should be sufficient guarantee that
every article offered by the advertiser for sale la pore