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I'l BTUER EC It OP EAM. SEWS.
TiJ D jstraottoa of American Ves
sels by Croisers fitted oat ia Bag
IMPORTANT CORRESPONDENCE BE
TWEEN EARL RUSSELL AND MIN
Ntw York, Oct. 23 —By the Hibernian's
dates, it is learned tbat-a correspondence has
transpired between M-. Adams, the Ameri-
Ciu Minister, and Earl Russel!, relative to
tli, responsibility of England for the ravages
on American c nnmerce by vessels fitted out
fr.iia E igiatnl. Lord Russell repudiates all
liuhility ofois government in the matter, aud
also refus s to i>< rmit the question to be de
cided by arbitration.
Tha Retirement of Juarez from
Mexican Soil Announced
Severe measures to be taken
„ against all Remaining in Arms.
I.O'vVER CALIFORNIA TO BE REDUCED
TO THE EMPIRE.
New York, Oct 23. —Dates from Mexico
to the 15th iust. have been received. Maxi
milian liud issued a Proclamation announc
ing the departure of Juarez from Mexican
territory, saying that the cause he had sus
t lilted with so much valor had finally suc
cumbed to the itutioual authority, and even
those engaged iu brigaudage had disappear,
ed with toe departure of their leader trom
tii ir native s til. He adds, however, that
smiuicl disorder still he kept up, the Govern
ment w and he indexible in the punishment
of all ofiVuders. '
A decree had also been Issued Containing
orders for vigorous measures aguiust all te
maiuing iu nriM9.
General Esperiel had gone to Lower Cali
fornia to bnug that portion of the Mexican
territory under the sway of the Empire.
The Wirz Comml tiuiier lu Secret Session.
THE RAM STONtHu.L TO BE BROUGHTIO
Washington, Oct 23.—A. A. G Mosely
of Virginia, was pardoned to-day.
Toe Military Commission for the trial of
Witz went into stC'et sessiou to-dav, to de
liberate upon the voluminous te.-timouy eli
cited uurmg the trial.
The -teamers Rhode Island aud Hornet
left to day ioi Havana, to convey the Uou
fcderaie ram Stouevvall, to lue Washington
THE NEW \ It MARKETS.
Summary of oaSik Statcmeut*.
New York. Oct. 23 —Cotton was firm at
57 to 53C FiOur has advauced five to teu cts.
sales, iT.obd bills. Wheat has adv mc and from
two to inree C.mb, sales 42,(,Q0. bust,els.
Corn is steady, sales lOu.OOO bushels at 85 a
88. Be. t -tcauy. Pork heavy. Lard steady.
W ! I;pv ti :t 2.30. MusCoVudo 13 3 1
to 14 3-4. Coffee firm, sales 2,50 b Ri,, au.i
f,uuu a .va ou private teims. Petrol*um
dull. Freights quiet. Golu closed at 146 7-8.
Tim Bink sia eiuents show increased loans
ofthreeauda halt millious; specie, three
hundred ihousaud ; deposits, eight millions ;
legal tender notes four aud a quarter mil
lious ; increase ot ci.-cua ion, halt a million.
Latcr3liirkct llcport»—A New Counterfeit.
Ni:w Yokk, Oct. 24.—Cotton is firm at 66 I
to 63. Fi'iur is unchanged. Wheat advanced :
Ito 2 casts. C iru bas deciined. Beet and
pork are steady ; lard heavy ; whiskey firm.
A ue\v counterfeit upon 50’s, of Govern
ment Legal Tender Notes, has been djscov
FROM AC C.VSTA.
Acocsta, Oct. 24.—2.596 shares of the
National Express Company's stock have been
taken in this city.
Govr.RSMi-.NT Cotton Sales.— The total
nun.out received for government cotton sold
by the agent in this city on Tuesday,amount
ed to over one.uiilliou twohuudred thousand
doilais in go and, and the whole su es for the
past year reach six or seven millions, nearly
six mil ions of which were realized from cot
ton Captured at Savannah and Charleston. — i
The whole of this cotton Ims U"W been dis- j
posed ot, and all luiure sales to the account
ot governuient will be of the staple collected
by the various Treasury agents iu the South- |
ern States —N. V Herald, 19 ih.
A dastardly attempt to burn the Celebrated
Spottswood Hotel in Richmond, Va., was
made ou Saturday last. The bouse was filial
■with men, women and cniidreu, who were
aron ed about two o’clock In the morning hy
a suffocating smoke, which pervaded every
Chamber in the immense building. Woen
tUe terrible truth burst upon every one that
the building was on fife, the confusion enn
seq 'ent thereupon is ludescribable. Meu
and women, in dishabille, were running to
and fro in a state ot frenzy, whilst the
screams of the females were heartrending
Fortuouieiy, the fire was discovered and ex
tinguished before ii hnd gained much head
way. It had been kindled iu the basement.
A Irian of four hundred and twenty-tour
'thousand pounds tol me State of Massa
chusetts is being privately subscribed in
L mdon. The loan lakes the form of a five
per cent sti ck, issued at seventy five, with a
sinking fund of three per cent.
TWO DAYS’ LATER DATES
FROM NEW YORK.
THE TRIAL OF WIRZ.
The Prisoner’s Answer to
The Wirz Military Commission met again
on the IBib, atu-r sn adj -urument over from
lh* 14th inst. Some ndciiii nai a, cumentary
evidence- was i troduc and, c<m*i-ting of a let
ter i rent Rob, r Ouio, rebel Exchange Com
missioner, io Ge, eral Winder, louuu in the
desk of ihe latter after the capture of Rich
mond, in which Ouid, speakiug ot tiro ad
vantages to the rebel army from the ex
change ol prisoners, said, in comparing the
condition ot ihe two sets ot captives after
their release trom imprisonment, “We get
rid of a set ot miserable wretches ana get
some ot tli-- best material I ever saw."
Tue argument tor the defence prepared by
Judge Advocate Ghipman, and which that
geuth uiaii said ban been submitted to Witz's
examination, had been revised by him and
met his appioval, was then read. Wirz has
himself pr, pared a defence, in which he pro
tests his innoCeuCe of ihe charges prefetred
against him, aud hopes that be will not be
held responsible for any wrong doing of
others over whom he had no control. He
auaLzas me evidence, and says that be does
not a>k for mercy, but dumaads justice.
The W ar Id Sooth America Com=
mdiced iu Earnest.
Details of the Battle of Yatay.
AnuiMlaCiou of the Paraguayan Forces
Tite war iu South America, between Par
aguay ou the one side and Brazil, Uruguay i
aud the Argentine Confederation on iho
! other, bits heeu Commenced in real earnest,
j The correspondence and newspaper tiles,
> giving details of ,he ri cent battle of Yatay,
1 show the sanguinary character which the
struggle is likely to assume. On the 17th
of August tite allied forces, eight thousand
; live hundred strong, under Generals Flores
and Paunero, encountered three thousand
four hundred Paraguayans, uuder Major
| Duarte, on the right batik of the Uruguay
, river. The Paraguayans were unprovided
with artillery, and were outnumbered more
than two to oue. A summons was sent to
them to surrender, but they replied by
shooting the mess, nger.
For an hour and a quarter the Paragauy
ans met two tierce assaults of tl e allies with
u desperate resistance, neither asking nor
rec iving the quarter which their assailants
were liitie disposed to accord them. At the
end of that time they broke and fled to the
river, pursued by four thousand c vvalry.
Here a slaughter took place which one
! of the victorious generals characterizes as
; a regular butchery. Scarcely oue of the de
1 voted army escaped. They left one thousand
five-hundred dead on the tield.and only three
hundred'wounded—a conclusive proof of the
fearful nature of the struggle. Their leader,
Duarte, and twelve huudred of his troops,
fell into the hands of the Brazillians, and all
their stores were captured. The allies state
their 10.-s at only two hundred and fifty kill
ed aud wounded. Another detachment of
the Paraguayan army, seven thousand
strong, on the opposite side of the river,
was prevented by the Brazilian gunboats
front reinforcing Duaite, aud at the time of
our last dates were securely hemm, and in at
Uruguuyanu by au immensely superior force.
| Asa set off against these su* cesses an, en
! gug, uient is curonided between the Para
guayan halt* ties and the Brazilian fleet, in
wuiC.i the fl i t seems to have been severe
ly handled Following the example so sUC-
C aslully set during out own war, the Para
guay ans bad constructed batteries along the
banks ot the Parana river to prevent the re
tur iof the Brazilian fl it. Iu running past
these batteries tin fleet suffered considerable
damage. Further battles ol an , qually im
portant cuatucier were daily expected,
Tremendous Flood, nil over the Island.
Havasa, Oct. 14, 1865. —During the first
week ot Oc.iiber \eiy heavy rains aud high
winds were experienced almost all over the
isi,ud Iu Cieuiuegiis ihere was almost a
uuitic.tiie, huriueSn suspended, no newspa
per.i i?»ueu for a weik, and the inhabitants
chat themselves up iu tbe.r Uou-es. Iu Ma
tauz ,3 it rained almost uno asiugly for a
week, with hull winds. At Trinidad it was
the same, uudatSigua la Grande the river
tjagua oveiflowed tne banks and inundated
nearly a quait, r part of the city. Houses
were Allen and nearly Covered by the flood;
aud, in order ‘o esCipe from them, boats bad
to be used. Tue water was high enough in
some purts io cover the telegraph poles, thus
and elioyiog tclt-gra|i. ic communication, and
railroad traius w, re obdged to stop running
on account of damage doue to the track.—
Several lives were lost by drowning and a
great deal of misery Caused.
DomocraticMaxs JVlootiug in New
Tire President’s Policy Uudorsed and Ne„
gro Suffrage Denounced.
A large and enthusiastic tr.ass meeting was
hold ou the 18th, ai the Cooper lustiiute, to
ratify the democratic State ticket nominated
at A.Dany in September last. Au address to
the democracy of the State of New Y rk was
read, and its main points relative to the plat
form of the party in the contest was enthusi
astically applauded. Speeches were deliver
ed by General Sh cum and Messrs. Mont
gomery Blair,, John Van Buren and others.
President Johnson’s rt Construction policy
was endorsed, negro suffrage was denounced,
aud the niCessity of enforcing the Monroe
Doctrine in regard to Mexico was maintain
The Fenian Congress at Philadelpliia.
% PROTRACTED SECRET SESSION.
The Fenian National Congress in Phila
delphia, after a two days open session,
which was devoted principally to perfecting
au organization aud receiving reports of the
different committee*, went into secret ses
sion ou ttie 17th inst. Armed sentinels in
green unilorm were stationed at the entrance
of the hail, to prevent the admission of
others than the initiated members of the fra
ternity and accredited delegates to the Con
gress. The discussion was of the gravest
, importance as regards the cause of Irisn in
dependence, and the proceedings were of a
most exciting nature. Among the measures
which will, it is said, occupy tue attention
of the assemblage is one to provide
for the organization of the American mem
bers ot the brotherhood into a military body,
ready to co-operate with their brethren
across the wuter. The bunds of the Irish
republic are also to be issued Without delay.
Tlie business undef di.-Cusiion was, re
potted to be ot a most Important nature.—
Delegations were still Arriving, aud tbe na
tional representation was almost complete.
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1865.
It is understood that each circle of the
brotherhood is to act as a committee for the
disposal of the bonis which ate soon to he
In the sessiou of the foliowiug day, Mr.
Washington Hunt offered a preamble and
resolutions to the effect that the Convention
should not entertain ibe protest of Rev. Dr.
Vinton, entered on the pevi,,ua day, egainst
the vote by which it was refused to give
thanks to God for the detraction of slavery.
Mr. Hunt supported his proposition iu a
s|„, Chut some length, and fl ally it was
agreed to strike from the minutes all r, ter
ence to tb* pi*,test. Tin- jiropo ed Cai on
prohibi iugEpiscopu, c.crgymeii entering too
army or ui.vy exc -pliug as chaplains was
one, more upd, r consideration, aud was at
last disposed of by the adoption in its stead,
of a resolution d* daring it incompatible with
ttie calling of the clergy to bear arms.
During the debate ou this matter much ex
citement and confusion was caused by the
Rev. Mr. Ciemeuts, of Ohio, in the course of
his remarks, saying that “VVe cannot be too
sure another rebellion will not break out
when we find a body like this refusing to
thank God that the late rebellion has been
crushed." He was loudly called to order
trom all parts of ihe house. A report in
favor of establishing a freedmeu’s mi--
sion was adopted, aud it was agreed that
after to-day no new subject for discussion or
action shall be introduced.
From Haytl—President Geffrard’s only
By the French steamer Caraveno, from
Havana, thd tuilowiug iu regard to Hayti is
The only vessel that President G- ffrard had
employed iu the bl ckade ot the rebel pons,
was taken by a party ->f three hundred men,
in three scho uers, who went in scare iof
her, aud after a lew sln-ts hoarded aud Ctp
tured her. Straug*- to say, she is reported to
be a steamer, hut having m> guns. Sue had
done the rebels a great deal of damage by
capturing their supplies. They are much
elated over their prize. Geffrard, at last ac
counts, w as at Port au Prince.
THE EPISCOPAL CONVENTION.
In the House of Delegates of the Philadel
phia Episcopal Convention on the 17th iust.,
Mr. Horace Biuuey again brought up in
another form his resolutions giving thanks
for the maintenance of the Union and the
destruction of slavery, giving rise to another
discussion of a somewhat animated charac
ter. Finally they were laid on the tuble by
a large majority. Rev. Dr. Vinton, of New
York, who seconded the reso ulions, asked,
but did not obtain, permission to enter thu
protest of himself and several other members
against the disposition which hud been made
of them. _
Inauguration of G-en. Humphreys as
Governor ot Mississippi.
His Views on Secession unit tile Negro.
Jackson, Miss., Oct. 17, 1865.—Governor
Humphreys was inaugurated ttdsevening.and
delivered his inaugural address. He took
ground that no State .has n constitutional
right to secede, and regretted that the State
right school politicians could not have found
abetter mode of solving the question tliau
by the dread arbitrament of arms. He fa
vored absolute freedom forever of the ne
gro, but approves neither s< cial nor political
equality. While the address is not fully
patiiotic. it is calculated to do much good.
Bt’RKAC Rufcgkes, Frkldmkn & A. L.,)
Office Apt. Asst. Com. Stale of Ga , >
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 14tb, 1865.)
No 3. >
I. In compliance with circular letter of
instructions from llio War Department, Bu
reau Retugees, Freedmeu and Abandoned
Lm is, dated-itii October, 1865, the follow
ing regulations und instrocti ns relative to
apprenticeship are published f-r the infor;
mutum aud guidance of all persons inter
11. Tbe following form <>f indenture, com
piled from liiue's legal forms for common
use in Georgia, and from the code of this
State, will be used ;
Tiro Indenture made this, tbe - day of
— Conn iy of—. 1865. be
tween ■■ ■ and ■ . ■ . his
being of the age ot years,
iioih of said County of the one part, and
——-mis the same County of the
o' her part, witnesseth that the said -■ ■
" ■ ■ ■■■ does by the consent of the said
bind himself out the said .
ot sai l County, as apprentice to *he said
; in the trade or craft of
or as laborers upon tbe plantation of the said
trade of or labor, and to live wiib,
continue and serve the said as
ac Apprentice from the date henoi, tor and
during the sud space or term of— years.
Duiing ail wbicn time the said
doth Covenant with the said
that tbe said .■■■— shall well and
faithfully denieau nimsell as such an appren
tice, observing and olieying lully the cum
mands of tbe said ■ ; and iu all
things deporliDg and U-hitVmg hims>-lt a- a
faithful apprentice to him the said i mu * ■ >
, neither revealing his secrets, 1 uor at
any time leaving or neglecting the business
of the said.
And for and in Consideration of the ser
vice well and faithfully rendered as afor -
said of tbe said ■ -of the fiist part
said ——— ot toe second part do: Ii
Covenant, promise and agree to instruct, his
said apprentice, ot otherwise cause him to
be well and faithfully instructed in the said
trade of— or labor, and also to read
aud write the Euglish language and in the
c >mmon rules ot arithmetic, aud shall also
allow, furnish and provide bis said appren
tice with meat and drink, aud Clothing, dur
ing the said term, and all the other ntCvssa
ries meet aud proper in sickness and in
health, and shall, also, at tbe expiration of
tiie said term, allow to Ihe said apprentice
the sum oi dollars, and ■■ • ■ suits
of clothes, to be by him paid aud given to
said apprentice by said of the
Witness our bands and seal the day and
year above written.
In presence of ( [Y. s. j
11l Miuors, w.hite retugees, aud treed
children without natural guardians, with the
consent of the nearest or most convenient
Agent of the Bureau, and other minor chil
dren of these classes, with the Consent oi
their parents, may be bound out until they
arrive at twenty-one years of age in the case
of males, and eighteen iu tbe case of females,
or for a less period.
IV. Children of 14 years of age and up
wards shall have the right of selecting their
own master or mistress, provided the person
thus designated is Dot unsuitable.
V. Children will not be bound out to per
sons who were unjust and cruel to slaves
formerly owned by them, or who have beeu
guilty of such acts to tbe freedmen since
their emancipation, or of immoral or of
known violent and unreasonable temper, or
who are otherwise, from any cause, unfitted
for the responsible position ol master or mis
VI. The experience of many years bas
shown the expediency and wisdom of a well
digested and carefully guarded system of ap
prenticeship ; it has also demonstrated the
necessity for the sake ot individuals, and lo
provide t,,r the peace and welfare ot society,
of confiding the care and education ot chil
dren to such persons only as are fitted lor
Officers nnd Agents of the Bureau sro
therefore dir* cteit to scrutinize, with great
care, the Character and reputation of any
peraon dtsiriug t* > hav* Children bruud *ut
to them, a, and will, in ailCis.s. wilhho and tie ir
C -nsetit, utuess satisti and, by reasonable
proof, that the * arties are not of the class
ref erred to iu P,r V.
VII. The O.ditiariesoftheseveralconnties
of tiiis Stale, in whom f- vested by the laws
hereof, the right to tried out orphan poor
Children, are hereby authoriz- and auo request
ed. iu compliance with the terms of this cir
cular, nnd with the approval of thu nearest,
or most convenient officer or agent of the
Bureau, to bind out the classes of persons re
ferred to in Par. 111., to the end that the
transaction may be entered upon the records
of their court, and become a part of the per
manent records of their respective counties.
For the pertormance of this duty, Ordiuaries
will be entitled to receive the fees presetibed
by the laws of the State for similar service.
VIII. A« the mode prescribed in the pre
ceding paragraplt accotds with the law sand
usages of this State, aud may possibly afford
the parties better opportunities of enforcing
their rights after tile Bureau shall have
ceased to exercise its lunctions, all officers
and agents of thu Bureau are directed to give
it the preference, and not to exercise their
authority directly, unless the Ordinary of
thec-mnyin which the parties may reside
shall refuse to perform this duty.
Brig. G*-n. U. S. Vols., and Act. Asst. Com
Wst. Gsat, Major and Inspector.
oct 21 St
MlaiC ELDA.XE OUS.
SUITABLE ur Purior Orates, Landing and for sale
O in lo.s to suit purchs err, by
OCU2-8W < LAdllOliN & CUNNINGHAM
Books for Subscription to the Capital Stock of
the National Express Company an, nuiv open at
the ottlce of the nntlersigueU.
One of the Commissioners
oct IT ”*v for the state of Oeor r ia.
Warren’s Celebrated Needles and Fish
ANDREW CXjILRIC 6c CO..
4S MAIDi N LANE. NEW YORK,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS.
OUR former customers will And a reduction In gold
price* of the Needles, while the quality is always
kept up to the highest standard known to English
A. C. A Cos., respectfully solicit a renewal of the
mercantile relatioua so long and fuvorably esteemed
by their house. »u 25 3m
ENOCH MORGAN'S SON'S
No. 211 Washington-St.,
sept 9 NEW YORK. 3m
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
Wtiming 1 ton, Delaware.
MANUFACTURE Iron Steamboats stenm Engine?,
Br Jleta, Al icbii.erv for Saw * Ac. luring
hclJ. ng t rience io du Iql-m and befog pmvid and
with vtty txi< i tflvt ificli tl’h »or doi» g w ik • f his
class, *re p» epartd to exec .te orders with desjjatch,
OCtl* * Gin
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 ConrtMt Street, New York,
MAN'CFACTLIiEKS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS
Bridge, Car, Ship or Band HooY,
SETT SCREWS, COACH OR LAG SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROUND AND SQUARi WASHERS,
Turnbucklea, Bolt Ends, Taps
and Dies. See.
ALSO DEALEIiS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, RAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, aud
every ar iiie u-ei iu constructing
or operating Railroads.
COAL OIL, TALLOW, WasTß FELTING, HEMP,
AND RUBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
YARN 1311, &c. ; ENGINEERS’ TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS.
ClilsELS, S, o.
WIRE, INSULATORS, BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
i Also Manufacturers of the
BEST OAK TANNED BELTING.
MACHINERY. LATHS, PLANERS,
DRILLS. PUNCHES AND ©HEARS,
STEAM ENGINES, STATION
ARY AND PORTABLE
Notice to Lumbermen.
THE nndersiga-d are prrpart A to receive Consign
mei<ta of Lumber, oi uny qiiAotby nr quality, lor
ante in this market or tor shipment North,
Cash advance. m.de when required. Onr faculties
for procuring .citable vessels for shipments are an.
AGENTS IN SAVANNAH
VA* HORN, HOLYOKE & MURRAY.
Agent* >u New Turk, M*esr*• Holyoke * Murray 41
sooth street. ts octl*
R AIL ROA OS.
s-rC'#*.'. ax' JUT an" x, ig - M |
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1 I
O S»v..in,ah. t.a , uct ber *, igst f |
N and afbs. Monday, »,,d tn-t, « and !)> train f.-un
da.vs excepted, will leave lor Augti-ta at 6 a.
m. coniitctiug v*itL a line of Hacks running between
3t U-'I 4 L , Ceotr .1 ltuiiro- and, anu Waym-sooro on the
Augaeta anu -!iv !.n.,h htt irilJtl
Poa-en.. .» b, this line wi.l -irrlv* In Ausus a the
next in* amg aftei leatuig >avai u:.h h> time to ret
break-aa and couoect with the Craorgi Railroad
truin for Atlant,.
F.eight to g>. hy I'asaenger Train rn.i-t be prepaid
aud delivered ut ihe Depot the night before. i
By order of
GKO. W ADAMS.
**P2 Geuerul Superintendent.
SrPkRINTENDENT'S OFFICE. )
Savauuab, Oct, loth, 1565. j
This Company Is now. In conoectkm with H J.
Dickerson A Co.'s Wagons, prepared to receive and
forward to Augusta, ilacou, Ailautd Ao., daily from
tweuty to t arty thuusa and pounds ol FrelguL and go
tbrougli hi from hires to six days.
Ship Freight uud other expense- must be paid by
Shippers Railroad irelgbl can be paid hire or ut des
Freight ou psrishsble good* must be prepaid.
„ OtO W. ADA MS,
cctl ‘ Geueral Sapeiiutendeiit.
Bull Street, Corner of Bay lane.
BA.CK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Ju*t Received at tiro aho-.c L‘i ;.,k a further supply of
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TURE. IN AUSTRALIA.
MAJOR JONES' COURTSHIP, Trice lOu
ANNIE, OR CONTENTMENT, Price 00
Leslies’ Ladles Magazine, Eclectic Magazine.
Mail, Demorest.V Mirror of Tashlons, Price 4U Cts.
TUE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 35 cent*.
HARPER’S MONTHLY, GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, Ac., for OCTOBER.
The usual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every steamer.
THE CHARLESTON BAILY HEWS
Can be hod at
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BULL STREET, BACK OF ‘BE POST OPPICE.
New and Clieap Publications,
Artemas Ward; hi. Travels, &1.5 U,
The Lott Will- $.->0 cents.
Ous Howard, 75 cents.
, Verner’s Pride. sl. (|.
The Cuise ol cli-ton, $1.60,
Sw rd and Gown, 30 ceute.
Great Expectations 75 cent.-.
The Cbmu ngs sl.
The Castle's Heir ig!.so,
Guy Livingstone *i r.ii,
Majoi Joner" * ourt-hlp, |J.
M dor J ues> Chronicles ..f Pin. vlile, sl.
Pol y Peablosiom's Wed ling, tl
And other N .v*-l- ..t
B-TILL'S NEVVcP iPKI' ano PKhIOMCAL STORE
uc <7- null oirt-eu back o Post Olhce.
NEW SELECT MUSIC.
K till • B*cr t;
5 e Mcr.y birds Germ n 8 ng;
Tenting ou th* Old Camp Oimind;
When Johnny com,*fc M ching Homo:
T. mp. Tr ,inp i ramp, (Prison r’s Hope;}
Spanish Orange Girl;
Maiden, Awake from thy Slnmfieis;
Mother Kissed me til my Dr - dll ;
Kilty Wells. Jaat r evived
OCR‘4 JOHN C. SCHREINER A SONS.
Cooper, Olcotts & Farrelly
Booksellers and Stationers,
THE nndeislgned have formed a Copartnership
under the name and style of < ooper, Oh-otta a. and
Fa re.iy. for the ti aneaciioii of a Wboiceule and R -
tall Book and Stationery Bnslne-s it the old «tni.d of
John M Cos. per Jt J,., uo.lh-wesl Cos. tier of Whitaker
and 9t. Jud ai SUeete,
JOHN W COOPER.
WILLIAM H. oL< OTT.
OCt23 eodlm STEPHEN FARRELLY.
SEA ISLAND HOTEL
HILTON UTAH, & C.,
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
BUcKLY A BANCROFT, Proprietors
Edward L. Jones, Ageut ts octiO
Monamcst Square; Baltimore! Maryland.
THIS FIRST CL ASS HOTEL has been newly fur
nlebed throughout, and is now ready for the re
ception of guest*.
octC-lra KIRKLAND* CO.
Port Royal House,
HILTOJY HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL &> HUGO, Pbopbiitoib
E. S. RIDDELL. jf. jr, »u<HL
MILINER Y GOODS.
Ihave Just returned from New York, and have
brought out one of the beat selected stocks of
Milinery Dress (roods
Ever brought to this market. The Good! will be sold
I will receive weekly the latest styles of MUlnenr
under Scrlven House, Corner of Bull and Congress
ctfrlmo MRS. PEASE
THE undersigned promisee to care
In all IU worst forms without the use of medicine.—
Pleas, .end tor my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for
postage. Address J. ji. Rrs-Ei.L.
Kt-Mn Boston. Mast.
PffiIFEIMOMAL t AIIUS.
"Wcedford & Bitch,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. ,11 Eroadway,. Trinity Building,
NiW YCRK PITY.
THE nn, t p'gn ,1 b ’1 -v iesuw«i the j-raetice o
he »•-, Is |.r. paietl o .ek it arg. '4 cases be.
for. the severs! Ce un i New ivk and at Wasb
hP«o.SAWI.. -.T WJhTI. W w.HFdHD
Attorney at Law,
OEFICB NO. U3 BAT STREET,
(Over the Herald Reading Room,)
_oct_t4-tf savannah, Ga.
Gxo. R. Black. Rcrcs K. Lestbb.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old Stand of Norwood, Wilson k Lester,
corner ol Bay and Barnard street.. octt4-tf
TUOS LOR WIN. WM-11. ,'WhN. TUo? WiL3N.
< r <>ll lt>. LATK OOL. MD. 0» U.WA.
CORHI.Y, OMEX & \MLSO\,
(Lnl« J bupti’U. Cuitsili «£ FliiD iJ j
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, rn F mTHKi T. e,*« 11 ivrUHY BUILD
ING, N Kfcalt OF WiLi ARI ’f- IlOrtL.
WASHING TO X , D . C .
Will pract.ce u ,he .‘■u, r, tue Court of the United
States, the O urt of C adun, >Ld the Court, ot the
District ol Columbia.
Particular attention given V> Claims and Depart
ment bu ii.ess. officers Accounts adjusted,
W. S. BASINGER,
Attorney at Law,
HAB resumed practice, and may be found until the
lit of >ovoiuberut the office of T. M. Norwood,
Ksii.; alter thm time at the office formerly occupied
by Lawton A Biuilnger, on Buy etrect, 2d door east of
the City II tel. • lw outgo
C. S. BUNDY, .
O onoral Agent
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMB,
No. 247 F Smerr, Between 18th and 14tu Streets,
(Near Pay Department,;
DRY GOODS, AND CLOTHING.
174 Ur ought on Street. 174
OLD ESTABLISHED AND WEU. KNOWN
DRY GOODS HOUSE
Wholesale and Retail.
Foreign and Dome-tic Dry Goods, Fancy
Go..ds, Blank, ts. Shawls and Cloaks
—tbe newest styles. Also—
Clotlifng. Hat*, Boots and
Sltucs, &c , Ac. .
or dnmae«d Goods
Nothiag rot dra lear‘lcleF.
Ail uootihftolit low aud ou literal iirt' l
lioviair cu and the above ■ wh<»ro
I tuteud to li«m pa m t-1 he.ect. and Sock cf the cboic st
ooodfc, at and bavl g b. hi loiiy kpowu lu ;hebuHiuet<e.
I return mv acknow (dgme > »to my :o mer frinjda
and cuntoiDors and wta ct 'Vei» t.a m a cot .tin
lance eftho llUrai putro,Aage hvceiofoii' b< •.-t,wed on
we. 11. fIA\M,
174 BROU(JHTt>N -TUKBT
oct23 ts bavaunah’ia.
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Ar, &e, &c..
Remarkably Cheap for Ca h,
CAN BE KIUND at
A. Remohor efti Co’s.,
’3 BARNARD TRSET, COR CONGRESS LANE.
Couiprit.ng a gene s' A sirtnient of For, tgn aud
Dom eJcoaoca, Ckuka Saaw.s, Ac.
N B —By strict atten'lon to business, courteous
and honorable dealing »l b ou customers, we trust
to merit.and receives liberal ebaro of patronage.
A large line ot Wht.e Uoods end Uncus now open.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
THE subscriber having formed a Co-partnership
with Ur. 1. C. Ludlow, under tbe Arm name of
Uelilt A Ludlow, respectfully calls the attention of
his friends and the public generallyto their large stock
of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Bools. Shoes and
Hats, which they are now opening, and will sell at
Wholesale and Retail, atthe old stand ofUeldt, Jau
don A Cos., No. 101 Bryan and 88 St. Julian street, up
STEELE & BURBANK,
11 Merchants Row, Hilton Head, So. Cn
CALL tbe attention of Wholesale aud Retail pur
chaser, to their superior stock of
MILITARY AMD NAVAL CLOTHING,
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware. Swords, Sashes, Beit,. Embroideries, Boota. Cat*
Pk-ld Ola**** nanMl*'- Gl-'. #.. »r
Cnrle, Braldi Waterfalls,
Banda, Wigs, Half Wigs- dec..
Whole-ale, (at the lowe-t poss ible price of Importa
tion. for Cash.
W, R, Cameron At Cos.,
Importer* of Hair and Manufacturers,
N0..313 FCLTON ST.. BROOKLYN, *
Near New fork.
Large and email order* pun- toady attended to.
PRICE. 5 CENTS
Os THE CUT OF HE? YORK.
Ca P it « l . #1,000.000 oo
Sux-pluo Jan. 1.1806. SO-4,.188 40
, _ #1,804,183 40
Total i-riiabllitiee, sl9 50.
parlies turmiug «iui ns P mmraa "‘ n >•« sliowod* o
■ '■ ' octll-lw-
IN SU E A NCE.
c[“gffl&gpss *e2ta 0 ssz
AT THE LOWEST RATES
COLUMBIAN MARINE INSURANCE
COMPANY’ is 000 cm
morris i uil ani> 'nland insur- '
ANCE COMPANI ;. gsokono-
OMkEKy 4 Ff.tj < V - : ‘X\ '-JSCOMPT.. *OO,OOO
BTA-DARDF . iVT-A’iCE COMP'Y . m.WO
'7 iGr aEd Abercorn st-.
<cU ~ ei L ’W ,O “ “><» Bry«a
On New Tort. Boston,' Ptilalelpta
Balliiore h Augusta,
BougUt and Sold.
Also, Specie, Southern Bonds, stocks nnd Bnnk
Notes. Losns on short time negotistr-d.
FORDYCE, ANDERSON 4 JANNEY.
octu ' ?w No. 10 Stoddard’s Range.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For sale by
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A Cos.
In sums to suit purchasers, by
—gPjM'! E. F. METCALFE A Ca
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE. , , :
UKlTroSsATie Inmknal Hetikc*. I
Savannah, Oct. 13, ltdo. )
nnvlng nearly completed the organization of the
erih, l h,rebj : not "Y ike pubMc that lam instract-
Tsi-X r k ,L * n rr iu * m e° <i ‘ , e assessment for the year
1804, (us che Tax unmi- past duel at Confedmtn
prices, nP-1 u Incomes of every description The Tsr
to .! SUWOI - 6 pef cent*; aboveihstsmouS
mdeftuiMy, 10 per cent upon nil gross receipts The
pnjm sts are to be nude In United States cnrr«nei.e
what It »es worth In Confederate^Jffioneylt'tSulJiJ 1
eH^"VS for r t,on tb * cl 6**hs bay desire will bn
K V T°L“ ad 1 wlll of course be as Indulgent
Stiff ile to&. he lotetestßof Government wn!
£ rmorl3 ’ o( savannah, and resident
* #( BJ .ck#he4»r, Pierce comity, Ga .on thp Atior,
hallmad, will give his personal and undi
vid«-d attention to the sale and purchase of Lands
°B* S?Tk* tr> lh ® *® ,a railfotd, on commission, and *
solicits tb, patronage of all needing an sgent there.
* experience In the land, lumber andtlmber busi
ners of twenty years in Georgia and South Carolina
York hy the Great Southern W Ags.i^Broaa.
Refers to any old resident In Savannah * ’
Family Dye Colors,
Patented October 13, X 863.
Black Dark (lr#pn
Bl«»k for Silk Light
Dark Blue Magenta
Light Blue Maize 8
trench Blue . Maroon
Claret Brown Orango
Dark Brown Fink:
Light Brown Purple
8..U1T Brown Roy„l Purple
* herry Samon
Dark Drab slate
light lb ab Solferino
Fawn Dial) violet
Light rawu Drab Yellow.
For Dy fug Mlk. Woolen and Mixed Goode, Shawls
benrie, 1 rtiMj.. H.bbou*, Gloves, Bonnets,
ll e, h.ldren’s Clothing.
, arid and k. a, of Wearing Apparel
a* A SAVING OF 80 PER CENT. & .
ior w echo, you caucqlorae many good, ae would
ott» rwi*e or, live tii e, that eum. Varione shades
hr p oduc-.il irc-ui the came dye. The process Is
a.in.de. nu.i otic can use the Dye with perfect
success. Dlrcc to. ain English, French and German
inside of e_ch package.
HOWE * STEVENS,
For a.le by druggist* aud du*ler» < g*neraily ,o3to
actlo-tm v 1 .
"USO&7BO waitxi,” ~
*-• Ben-vcr Street,New York.
Offers foreale of his own importations. In bond and
duty paid, the largest stockof Wtaes,*Liquors, Ac., ot '
any other house in this country, comprising in part of
Otard, Uenneey, Pinet CastUlon, Martel, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies in half; quarter.and eighth
cadi* i slap Otard and Ronyer, Later role re aud Fif*
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 dozen quarto and two dozen pinto.
’’Whiskey and Ram.”
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in bhda, and cams of one *
oec i 'dote?e*ch°' lt^0n tey * n barrels and cases of
"Jamaica" and "St, Croix Rum" in hhds. and
caae* of one dozen each.
Madera, Sherry and Port Wines.
More than twenty different grades. In halves, quar
ters and eighth casks, also In cates of one dozen
“(lock, Champagne, Moselle and Claret
From Peter Arnold Mumm in Cologne, proprietor ot
Joauulsbu g estate; J. H. D. Becker A FUt; Eecho
uancer, Benecke A Cos., Bordeaux Barton A Queatto.
llordeaux, and from other well known honaee In Ger
many and France.
Oat, Cobpials, SAtsmi, Brrrrza, Mrarann, Ocrvrs,
Bsa*vt. Paxsorrua, Ac.
Twenty-fire years' hnainess transaction* with the
Southern States with "ome of the largest and moat
respectable dealer? .should be sufficient guarantee that
every article offered by the advertiser for sale la pure
sample* can be seen, and catalogue of prices ob
tallied, by addi ssslcg the above, augl 3nj