ivannah Daily HeraM.
OCTOBKII «S ISftA
ft. WtrsM tamer »o ihf l barges ®n
wUlch tar la Arratgued.
The following is lie substance of lUo pTea
made by Wirz in bis <>wd behalf:
There are three distinct parts in which the
proaeculiou and deleuceare uec -sg .rily C'Ui
nri-erl These are: First. Had he; as charged,
inalit iousiv. witudy and traitorously c *m
biui and. confederated and conspired with John
H Winder and nth rs lo injure the health
and d.-troy the lives ot soldiers in the mili
tary Service of the United States? Second,
And was he the person who was officially
respon ihie lor tl<e privations and sufferings
ot the federal prisoners at Andersouville i
And. Tnir.l, Had he Committed the crime ol
murder or perpetrated all or anyut the airo-
C; iis laid to his charge?
As to the fir-t, he was not conscious of a
particle of testimony going to sunstantiate
the charge of c msp'racy. Or the one hun
dred ami sixty w itnesses who linve te-litied.
no one ever h'-ard him utter u syllable or do
an act in liealtve of his knowledge of the eX
i-teiiee 01 some hellisitpot; nor wa9tnere
tiie least si rap of paper found iu i is off! e or
a word in thealC ivus of the Confederacy to
show that sue ia C •uspiraoj existed. Even
it all the •peviticii'l-u- W tell are .r upeo
under Die C targe if C m-p r tey wer. tin r<
ly trun, th* re is not a sli t ■ » o.‘evi ltc
that the suffering wot I. I e-till'd n CO
spiracy. Uapt tin VVirz • - nuittteg'
eminent itselt rid ve in in exis
ence of t. e c n- ir Cv, iron, the tC tua'
the ..atnes ot Robert L. L: J me- .1 3u-
Apn, L ctu Normrop ami Dr Mo r , w
were imliCled wiui the accused wn u tie wte
flr-t arraigned, had been stricken out.
Ho lurther argued that from his position
at'Andersouvide, be should not be held res
ponsible for the orowded c mdition of tne
it< Citadel the UDwholesome food, &«.; anu
adduced the following reas.ids among others,
Viz; that he was u->t reap n-ioJe lor th.
selection of the loca ion, as it was h c.ited by
"W. 8. Winder in 1868. while Win was yet
in Europe ; that he did not assume eomuianu
Until AlatCa, 1864; thalColouel Farsons, one
-ot the principal wi nesses lor the prosecution,
testifi and that tne Blockade was suffleieutly
large and properly located for the «cc un
modatiou of leu thousand prisoners ; Urn
Coh nel Parson’s testimony tully exonerated
him (Wirz) from complicity in the selection
ofthe location, overcrowding the stockad.
or failure to piovidp proper shelter for tin
pri-oners ; that Dr. Bites exonerati and him
from ail lilameon account of the condition
of things in the hospital ; and that his iesii
luonv was i ormborated by Dr. Roy, atm
t at 'Colonel D. T. Cbandh r. In hi- repo t .
Bchmnnd; uever one. atuc ied _blame t
Wirz for the Condition ol atfu’r at A'de
A- to the thh-d charge. Unit of tnurd. r. I
hoped to be able to Show the court that h
was not guilty, and that he was not th
un.nsterbe bail been depicted ; but that, on
tbe Contrarv, he did what little lay in his
power to diminish or alleviate tbe ruis-eti< -
of tbe prisoners. The specifications accu-td
him of no less than thirteen distinct crim. s
of the grade of murder, yet in no instance
were the name, date, regiment or circum
stances stated iu the spt ciheations ; and in
the w hole mass of tbe testimony there arc
but two cases of this character that Could hi
fixed with uny definiteness ; ami in those
two cases he was prepared to make his de
l’enc •• Tim two referred to were the actual,
rea case of ‘•Cbickamauga’' and the mythical
case described by the uatne of “William
S ewart,” who, it is alleged, was shot at tin
gate near the gua rd house.
With regard to “Chickamauga” Wirz as
sert* that when he gave the order to shoot
him if he approached the dead lino, he be
lieved that bis friends would prevent him
from so doing, and that be was uot present
when Chickamauga did go outside the lim
and was Shot. “William Stewart" he de
nies ever haviug been at Audersonvilie.
Capt. Wirz adeuces the testimony of Col
Fmniog to show that he had uolbing to do
with tuu employment of the dogs.
The allegation that furloughs ware grant
edio soldii rs sos sbootiutr prisoners is pro
nouneed an absurd camp rumor. He deuies
that the prisoners were ever deprived ot ra
tious as a puni-nment. On only one occi-
Casioti was the whole camp deprived of ra
lions, and that was on the fourth of July,
when there was a difiiculty with the raiders,
and tiie quart'-rmu-ter could not distribui
the rations. He denies the exercise of p. r
souul vi. .lei Ce towards the pri-oners. Hi
ph)s cal condition was such that lie couh
not have knocked a man down, aud he qu..
ted irom the testimony ot Father Whalen.
Dr. Roy and btbirs, wlio had opponuniiie
of observation. lo show that such a thinj.
never ■ ccurred as hla lieaiing or shooting
prison'r. Ho aiso quoted from Colour
Chandler's ripo't, to show that When tn<
prix.iuere were inquired ot as t" their to a
ment they never •*»t-e meutioned his(WoZ!.y
Ates r f. rrinn in c nvV.im nary term- i
the nien.bets of tne c onset <u Oaj tai.. W i
Cot C ud»s thus
“The statement w hich In w c >se w
protiably survive me ami you alike It wi
stand as a eompluuumswi r toad tue nius»
ndsrepres. ntaiinns heaped against me. Mu.
God so direct and enlighten you in your and.
liberations that your character for imparti
a.ity and justice may be protected, my ebar
acter deteuded, and tfie few days ot my ns
tural life sp .red to my helpless family.”
Wkndkll Phillips makes an Onslacoht
on President Johnson.— Wendell Phillip*
delivered a lecture belore tho Bostou Fra
ternity on the evening i»f tbo 17th inst.:
The lecture attracted a large and entbuei
, adio audience Its title was “The South
Victorious.' >lr. Phillips declared that
President Johnson, in his speech to the dele
gation that waited upon him from Soutl
Carolina, aud who appealed to him for pro
te-tion against C“Dgl'essand the harsh spirit
of .the North; rn Slates, had ranged himself
w'h the haif Converted rebels and
taaje Itioßilf th ei »quarters of-a rebel
in order that the letn-le itt'-uiSelvet
. tnight be one-quarte-r Union. Major Gener
Banks, Mr. Phillips denounced as a vagram
mountebank, ladeu with the curses of even
loyal umn iu L ui-iana and Massachusetts
and yet Maseachuaetts men were going to
send him to Congress Mr. Phillips, in
speaking of the endorsement of President
Johnson by various republican State con
ventions, said : —“The republican party doe*
not exist. There is a spectre walking over
the country in its shroud, but there is no
'tuch party. It has not existed since the
Bu titnore Convention, when it was buried
in the will of A.hraham Lincoln. I deny the
existence of any political force entitled the
The lecture ot Mr. Phillips occupied one
hour and a half in its delivery, and he is ad
vertised to repeat it at the Cooper Institute,
in the city ot Sew York.
PAbllc Prayer* agaiu.l Pestilence in
The cholera, yellow fever and the cattle
plague were extending their ravages in Eug
laud at last accounts.
Another Case of Asiatic Cholera was re
ported at Southampton, and the same (lread
lul malady, according to a local authority,
had mace its appearance at Shelling Com
mon and at Bitterne, near that town. A
public mteung on the subject bad been held,
and vigorous s«ni ary measures ate being
adopt, 3 by the leading inhaoitants.
Mr Edmuud Tattersall. the well known
horse nealer, had written to the London
Times, stating that the cattle plague bad ex
tendi and itseli to horses, and that two animals
had died at Winrtsoi from its efleCts. Pro*
le tor G.mgee deoii-d the assertion.
Ten deaths from yellow fever had occurred
at Swansea, Wales-
Tne alarming epoed of this tri-fold peetl
i« nee hud called forth a special form of pray
er Iroia the Archbishop of Canterbury.
A SOBLE PTOPME
A Glorious Result
There are w many marts to ft tne anil failure as
there were fcsteways to ancient Thebes. Vonr am
bitious warrior is for currying his way with the I
sabre; j-eur saptring politician for stiomiug his way j
by Intrigue and consummate art. But there is ont j
grand hroaii path to the goal, along which nothing j
case can travel It is the path sat apart tor ti e i
m.,rch of talent, energy. and noble purpose and
though full oi obstacles, it contains none that and br v.
mail cannot surmount. Tuufuoti.-s tweu exempliflc.i
i.. iunu ucrabie iuatai.ces, but In few inure iorc.biy
uau Iu file rise a.i t progress of DR, HOOFLAND
.Ell i iN BITTEItS. for over flitecn years irjcoui -i j
as b9JU onward and etterlng blessings ai
vrry step, uniil ii n m r ands onibe topmost round
.fti'iel ddero: fame, as the
Hcofland’s German Bitters
is a peelttve remedy tor
Dlaeasoe Roeixltinfi from
DISBROER OF TH! LIVER and
And is the only sert In ami aJ«
RESTORER OF STRENGTH
IN CASES OF DEBILITY.
By the ne* of this Bitters
Cealtened anil Oebilitated Frames Be
come Renewed with all the Vigor
Impaired constitutions are rebuilt, aud tbe patient
iu v short time regains
Vigor, Health and Strength.
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS,
Resulting from Dlsordrra ofthe Digestive Organs:
onstipatiou, Inward Plica, Fullness of Blood to the
Head, Acidity of Ibe Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn. Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight
in the stomach. Soar E muttons: Sink
big or Fluttering at the Pit of ths
Stomach, Swimming of the Head,
Hurried aud DUUcult Breath
ing, Flutt ring at the
Choking or Suffocating
S-usatiou when in a Lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision,
tVobs before the Sight, Fever
and Dull Pain iu the Head, Dell
clency of I erapi ation, Yellowness of
the Skin and Eyes, Pain In the Side, Buck,
Jhest, Limbs, Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat. Burn
ing in the Fieab, Constant Imaginings of Evil,
and gre<t Depression of Spirits.
That these Bitters
oontalu no Rum or Whiskey.
And can’t make Druukui'de.
It uot a
. Bar Room Drink,
Bnt a Highly Concentrated Vegetable Extract,
'ree from Alcoholic Stimulant or In urious Di nes.
It cannot insidiously Introduce the vice of Di unk
nness Into the bosom of your families—to your wife,
your children, or your friends.
•rothe e. whoae systems have become impaired by
rdslil,is or disease, will tind in this Bitters a tonic
wdl i -a.ur- th.m to nil their full vigor.
-esc Bitters have pjriormed more cures t
Given Better S-tisfactlcn I
Have m ra Testimony 1
Have more respectable people to vouch for them t
fiuiu any other Brittle In the Market. We defy any
jus to contradict this assertion,
AND WILL PAY $1 .TOO
To any one that will produce a Centflcato published
by us that la not GENUINE.
READ WOO SAYS SO.
FROM THE HON. THOMAS U. FLORENCE.
Waslil. gion. January 1, 1801.
Uentle-en i—lltvlng state It verbally to you I
rv.ve no hesitation 111 w riting Ihe fact, that I expert
need marked bi ne It from vour lloi fl ind’e (Liman
fitters. During a lung and tedious suasion of Con
reas. pressing and onerons dntlee nearly prostrated
•e. A kind 11 leuJ suggested the use of ihu prepa a-
Uon I have named. I lot k tils advice, and the result
.'as Improvement of health, renewed energy, and
hat particular relief 1 so i uch needed and ohtaine
> there may be similarly ad\ ai.tagcd. If they desire to
os. Troll Jonr .rtend,
THOMAS 3. FLORENCE.
From Rev. W. U Selgfrisd, Pastor of Twelfth Baptist
Philadelphia, December 28, 1563.
Mrsfws. Jones & Evans,
Gentlemen I ha\e recently been laboring und -r
the ai-lreasiug clb-Cts of iadigeetton, accompanied liv
h prostfatiuu ol ihencivoua system Numerous i;in
ediee were recommended byfrieiirieand some oi them
iceted mu wl hoot relief. Your Hooflland’s Germ m
Hitters were recommended by persons who had tried
them, and Whose favorable mention of the Hitters In
duced me aim to try them. 1 must confess that i hud
an aversion l'apatent medicines, from the ••thousand
and one” quaes --Bitters.” wUose only aim set-tns In
on to palm off sweetened aud . rugged liquor upon
tho community. In a aly way; and me tendency ot
w hich, I fear. Is to make many a confirmed drunkard
fpo y learning that yours was really a medicinal
preparation ltook it t\ Ith happy effect, Its action"
was nut ouly upon the stomach, but upon the ner
vous pje.em.w as prompt and gratifying. 1 feel that I
have derived great and permaueut l-enellt Horn the
use ol -ft few buttles. Very respectfnlly yours,
W. G. SUUKREID,
No. 884 Shackamaxuu street,
Sec that the signature of • C- M. JACKSON" Is on the
Wrapper of essh bottle.
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Exporting and Inijiortiiig
THIB association la prepared to make advances in
carrency of Gold on consignments of Cotton,
Naval Stores, Lumber, Sc., to their, agent In Liver
Orders solicited for goods from merchants and plan
ters. The strictest attention will be paid to all order*
however small, for goods (Tom England, France or
Germany. Our Savannab fed Charleston Agents,
being salaried, make no charge for forwarding either
way and will furnish circular ol details.
R. F. FLO ID. President.
Aura-re:—.E. T. Paine, Liverpool England; H. E.
Screv-n, Charleston, BC.I Henry Bryan, Savannah,
Ga 3 mot Mpia
' - npawn stw. a*.
G. B. & G.W. LAMAR
General Coamission Merchants.
FOKYV A KDISG AMD XIIirPINO
rndcn*!gne«] have this day formed a Copart
a nership onder the name arid style of G. B. and
G.W Lamar, tor the transaction of n funeral Com
misnion, Forwanlimr aud Business andoficr
their M»rvlce« to their friends atol the public.
Office in Jone*’ buildings Bay Wreef, few doors
East of Claghoru A Cunuinghuiu. (up ntalrs.)
Refer to <-eo. \V. Anderwm. Esq. savannah; John
C. Ferrtll, Esq., Savannah; G B. Lamar, -
nvanaah ; Wm. E Jackson. E*q , President Angnsta
Fa tory ; Messrs. Josiah Sibley A Sons Angusta; J B.
A J. W. Walker, Augusta.
6 O. B LAMAR Ja.
sep3o>im U. W. LAMAR Ja.
GENERAL CfMMISSJO.V AND FOR
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
Harris' Pnlldlcgs, Cd door west of A. Low <& Co.*e.
Refers to Messrs. Hunter A Gamme!!, Cr«ne, John
son A Graybili : Bell, Wylly & t’bristmn ; Bothwell A
Whitehead; Miller. Thom is & Cos.; M A. Coheu,
Wm. H. Tisoff. Wm. V*’. Gobi»o>.
Tison & Gordon.
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No. 06 BAY STREET,
Special att.mlon will be given to tbe sale of Lumber,
Hi elo, Turpentine,
I>. 11. BALDWIN & €O.,
17§ Pearl Street, New York.
DH. B M>win,) N - York
J. F Cummings / * >ew *orß
- liMOUAM. » h
out4-3m C, M lloisr. < yavw " ]1 ‘ & '
A: S. Rartridge,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
32 BAY STREET,
JAMES B. CAHILL,
AND DEALER IN-
Groceries, Provisions, W i nes
XTI BROA.D STREET,
HOLDSRS ofMerchandiec wiehinc to realize imme
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Strict attention will be given to all business en.
trusted to thorn, and prompt returns made ut the
most jijsou able rates. sep4-3m
Wm. H. Burroughs & Cos.
am* COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
JF No. y 7 Ray afreet, .savannah, Ga. For the Bale
of Cotton and other Produce, Lumber, 'limber, Plan
tation* aud all kind* of Real K*tate. We now oiler
several Rlee Plantations near the city, a number of
Cotton and Provision Plantation*; Timber lands, City
Property, uiid a few lota iu the Mineral or North
western parts of the State. sep26-lm
JOHN L. VILLALONGA,
FOR W All UIV * j AND COMMISSION MER
No. 94 Bay Street,
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Xo. 8G Brotiil Street, New York,
Produce and Flour Commission
Dealers In Pruvt&ioue, Butter, Cheese, Ac,
Special attention to Southern Orders
Consignments uu Ucucral Merchandise solicit and.
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KENNER, BENNETT ft BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
No. 40 Vlsky St rest, ~kw Yona.
Aud Memphis, Tenn.
ifnouwa Fmaia Uiskv Btnna-rr, DW.Bow.veK.
- Jyo on.
CUAS. L. COLBY & CO.,
Shipping CoiHuaiaeion and Korwai-tliug
MKKCH A N T S .
-inNXS BLOCK, CORNER IIAY AJ.ll ABE&COBN STREET
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments to the Arm ol Chas. L. Colbv.
of New York, or to our friends in Boston.
MAUDE A WRIGHT, Agents at Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. Dabney, Morgan * Cos., New York.
Jarivs Slade, i&q., New Y'ork.
Uol. J Wiley Edmonds, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Bostou. sep 18—tt
Woodwind, Baldwin A Cos.,
110 Duunc Street, New York,
9 aud 11 liauover St., Baltimore.
DRY UOODa COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal iadvHUceii inaae on CousiguiucuUs She-
UsiinhurK* »ud Yaru». jyiQ
Dbya> Street, mxt to Mraouants’ and PLANTERa*
Broker and Commission Agent
FOB SALK AND TURCUABE OP
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PKODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
JOIN s. slums & to.,
Forwarding and Coinmisxioii
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.,
NOS. 1 AND 2 SAM MIS' BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
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auli t s
A. T. CtTIVNINOUAM. "|j. y, rUKSI.
CUNNINGHAM &. PURJSE^
F A 3sffwi .^ ) -5,"'.4 RDING anD commission
MERcHANTK No. 4 etoddard’a Lower Blores,
Bay street. Savannah. Ga.
References—Unlit. Habersham & Pons, Hunter
Qammi 11, Octavus Cohen, Brigham, Baldwin & Cos..
Sr win A Hardee, Claghorn A Cunningham.
In ill kinds of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRITTB aim PRODUCE,
West WoaaiNaTON Msasn,
Opposite 143 West at., bulkhead between Barclay and
_H EW YORK.
Potatoes, Apples and Onions constantly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market
J. T. THOMAS & CO..
117 Bay Street.
FIRE, MARINE AND LIFE
Taken at a, Low Kates aa are accepted by any good
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
RESPECTFULLY invite attention to onr facilities
for the purchase or movement of Southern
Products, aud will give prompt attention to ul! engi
ne** entrusted to onr care. Intending to establish
perm montly a House in Savanuah expert by strict
business principles to merit and receive a portion of
Having a commodious Warehouse for Cotton, we
are prepared to buy, or receive on consignment to our
friends in New Yi-rk or Europe, nnd will make ad
vance* on same; licking, re-bnliug or mending all
Cotmn before shipping, thereby saving the enormous
expefise Incurred in Northern cnies by this process
They solicit a portion of tbe business of the people
of Georgia and of adjoining Mates.
OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS,
IW~ Pout Office Addreee, Lock Box *5. ocl 7-3 m
Fordyce, Anderson & Janney,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SAVANNAH, - - GEORGIA.
THE undersigned have this day formed a Cos part
nership under the Arm name of Fordyce. Ander
son & Janmy. for the transaction of a Banking and
Oencral Commission, Fi-rwarding and Shipping bus
iness, aud offer (heir service, to their friends and the
public. Liberal advances made on all Consignments
to them for sale iu Savannah, or for shipment to
thulr correspondent* In New York, Philadelphia or
Refer to Messra. Hunter A Oammell, G. W. Ander
son, Esq., G.- B. Lamar, Esq., Hold. Habersham &
Office No. 10 Stoddard's Range, t'p-Statrs
8. W. FORDYCE,
GEO. W. ANDhR ON, Jr.,
T. B. JANNEY.
octl3 2w Nashville, Tcnn.
BACON, CLARDY &CO.
Cotton ani Tobacco Factors,
REPRESENTED IN SAVANNAH BY
WE do enll ely a Commission Bu»ine**, exerting
ourgelve* to get the onttfide market quotation*
for our pHtron*.
Lihersl advances made on Cotton at Savanuah, and
part al advance* on Cotton ready for shipment ut Au
gusta, Atlanta and Mu^on.
Planter*' orders filled. octl2-l m
Vau Horn, Holyoke & Murray,
General Commission and Forwarding
No. 9 Stoddard’s Block,
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Cues. Van Hoen, Uolvoee St Murray,
Savannah, Ga. New York.
Engaged exclusively in a Commission Business.with
umpit and Hist daw storage Room, we most respect
fuuy tender our services for the poichuscuud sale oi
all ktuds of merchandise: octU-3m
AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandise
aud cottou. octll-lm
MAGKY, BEATTIE & GO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
203 and 205' Say Street,
OFFER FOR SALE the following Goods, on the
mu. reasonable terms.
.iu bills Whiskey, Mountain Dew "i
Km “ “ Buckeye lfvServe
"5 •• “ Stag B-iurbon .
IS V. “ 7i '^’ u i , i^ BoUrbon |- Weitern
60 “ •• Bourbon J OlsUilmtion
13 • “ Olu Family Rye
16 “ “ Old Kcciidud J
r with a large aseortment of Port, SUerry
and Madeira Wiuea, licidsick Jt Cos., aud Reymoud's
« bampagues. liraudies, Cliuts Rums, Germun A
Ridgewiiy bitters, Ac.
In cu i j Lection with the above, we offer for sale
Choice Family Fjour, Bacon Sides, Shoulder*. Lard,
Liberal advances made on consignment to
sep29-3m PHILADELPHIA, Pa.
N. A. HARDEE & CO.,
Shipping, Commission and For
Will make liberal Cash Avaneeson conelguments to
nur triends, Norton, Slaughter A Cos,, 44 Broad street,
New York. octti-lm
W. B. & T. E. RYAN,
Charleston and New York,
WILL attend to the Hhipment and Forwarding of
all kinds of Produce, and will keep on hand an
assortment of Groceries, Wine* and Liquors.
W. B. Ryan, i ITuob. B. Ryan,
60 Bast Bay, >• < 44 Beaver street.
Charleston.) ( Ntftr York.
S3 Bay Street,
Messrs. H K. Canrtug, Son k Cos, N. Y.
Messrs. Petsr V. King A 00., N. Y.
Messrs. Fisher, Brothers A 00.. Baltimore
Messrs. S. * W. Welsh. Philadelphia.
National Bank. S.vatinah. Ga
Francis Sorrel, ICaq . Savannah. Ga
Chsp. Green, Esq . Savannah, Ga.
T. R Bloom, Esq, Macon, Us.
BRANCH, SONS 4007
Office for the present at Georgia Railroad Bank.
Titos. Branch & 00.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
90 Main street, Richmond, Va.
THOS. BRANCH & SONS,
Banlcers and Commission Merchants,
Syctmore street, Petersburg, V*.
DEALERS in Coin. Foreign and Domes tic Ex
change, Southern Bunk Note*, Stocks ana Bonds.
Interest kilowed on Deposits. Collection* mad.
tbronghont the United states, and special attention
givt-n to the redemption of Southern Bark Note* for
Liberal Advance* made on con*ignment* of Cotton,
Tobncco and other product* to their com>pondent9 iu
Baltimore, New York, Liverpool, Bremen and Ant
fc»f*The undersigned for the last twenty five vearo
an •'ffle* r of the Bank of Augusta, can now be found
at the office of Messra. Branch, Sons 6 Cos.. Bankers
and Broker*, Augusta, Ga., where he will be pleased
to see hi* friend* and the public generally, pledging:
his efforts o give satisfaction to all who may favor
him wiih their patronage. Money will be received on
Deposit, and Checks paid,
ootio i5 Gfia w MORGAN. Cashier.
A. W. STARBUCK & CO,
111 North Wntrr Street,
Careful selections made on all orders for the Pur
chase of Goods, nnd Consignments respectfully sollc-
Bed, lm octill
SCRANTON & MAGUIRE,
Shipping' ami Commission Merchants
4S EXCHANGE PLACE.
X K AV V ORE.
Liberal advance* made on Consignment* of Cotton,
Tobacco, aud other Southern Produce Order* for
the purchase of Ooods in New York promptly attend
Scrnntou, Smith & Cos.,
Crane, .John&ou A Gray bill.
A. Champion. 7 octftO
E C. WADE. ft. 11. WADf.
E. C. WADE & CO.,
Dunn & Brown,
HAVTNG opened an office at No. 35 Bay street, be
tween Habersham and Price i*treeK we are pre
pared to furnish crews at the shortest notice,
ALL persons indebted to the late Arm of E. Heidt A
Cos., and Heidt, Jandori A Cos., will please cull
and settle the same at the old staud, up stairs.
OCt6-3m W. A. JAUDON.
Paper and Rag Warehouse
Warren & Platner,
YITUOLE3ALE dealers in all kiud* of coarse and
v v flue Paper* Envelops, Twine* and Paper Boxes.
Bole Agent* in this city for the Bath Paper Mill*.
The highest cash prices paid for Kags, Old Rope
and Bagging and Waste Paper, in large or *maJi
octlcv-tf 210 Bay street, Savannah, Ga.
IS hereby given that neither the owners or agents of
the Steamers AMAZON, GIBBONS aud LAURA,
will be responsible for any debt, bill or contract made
by any of the officers or crew of said eteameis unless
made by written permission of
ERWIN A HARDEE,
For Agents and Owners.
Jtto. L, RocmillEt, Agent on wharf.
THE Co-pnrtnershlp heretofore existing between
JACKSON & WAKROCK was, on the 30th Sep
tember dissolved by mutual consent. Tlie business
will herearter be conducted by the undersigned, who
will bo happy to receive a continuance of the pa
tronage bestowed ou the late Arm of Jackson A
Warrock. L. WAKKOCS.
octll * f L
ENGLISH RAILS, 4
Os best quality, 60xS9 per lineal yard.
For .ale by
FOWLE ft CO,
Jut. 9 6m No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
ITCH! JTCH ! ITCH!
SCRATCH! SCRATCH!! SCRATCH!!!
Will CURE THc ITCH IH FORTY-EIGHT HOURS.
Also enre. Salt liheum, Ulcers, Chllblalas, and all
Eruptions of the Skin. Price 60 cents For sale by
all Druggists By sending 00 ccntg to Weeks A Potter,
Sole Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston, Maas.. It
will be forwarded by mail, free of postage, to any
part of the United State*. sept2l-3m
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAL
mt Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—All ORDERS sent by Mail promptly at
ended to. iySl-tt
B. W. Tilton, Agt.,
T7IORMERLY Tilton, Worrsll ft Mscy, Southern
r Carriage Worerooms, No. 616 Bn.adway, New
Mannfactory—Mount Vernon. N. Y. octC-lm
Corner Ball and Congress Streets, under.
TMPORTER and Wholesale Dealer In Havana So-
eehanm, Brier Root, and all other kinds of Fancy
I [4 Kotlkrekr «t Cos. =
• • SHIPPING »u t OMMIS-ION BIEfiCUAVTo
Comer U J aud Whitaker .treet..
Prompt attmtlbn glivn to cnnrignmects of Hil.
chaodtM- aud Produuvof al! kind. tairuUaaed and Uv.V
Roe Vutary f. Cos., Uvneral
Murthauu, No. Son Bay etreu:, above BenTird
• FOKWARLING and COMMJisS'N MEfICILV.NT
Office Home Ina. Cos , bk Bay st.
Bell, Wylly & Ciaristiaia, AUCTION nrv
KKAL COMMISSION AND FOltWAttni v '
mtItCHA.NTS Bay nr,^.
AJI. ScrurbrougU 4 C,.,
e Mtasnnr MraeavsTS. I*o Cottgrew aud 47
Joitan at. Highest market priombaw for ijo,/.'
w w ' 1 l Be “ w “- ctt Llbe "‘l AdTaucSmuSit^^”:
Erwin 6i Hardee,
O atreety SavapTia)! Q a>
WINES, LIQUOIS, &c.
AKOHhKB, NOItTHtJAST cOItNKf no
- Broughton and JeSerson streets hoio
■ tor the State of Uootgiii, lor the .»lZ‘ \
Wlneeand * 01 Uahioruia
I?. Koethelre 4k Cos., ~
m Groceries DKALEttS
Tsrael K. Settly & to.,
CeTATr” A Ua"/iTrG°N K S
au9 907 Hay »L, .ad Jeflereou,
«■■ Cor. Cohgrraa and WLiitaker sts.
DEALEtt IN DBY GOODS. Ac.
DIP Broughton street.
Samuel M, Lcdcrar. Jni-t-e. Ketailer of
Fisor AM, Sxavle Dav Goon. Boora avlfiu '
CuoTuieq, Hats, Ac.
M * * «.. Wholesaje Dealer in Wuies, Li
ill* quoits, Ssoakb, Fascv CauwS Ac
' IU ""-, P«™« Bull u<id Broughton sreeL? and L
trMe 1 * attention paid to orders for the country
K. **• D «>°- D*wu in Ciioios Fssm.y LiT77u
ft l-ue. Liqross, *r. “
I ■uutarouirlilon rutet
■. BILLIARDS, &c.
jgtttUrrt Saloon. Br WALTih O'.MhAia '
u ALEr, W INKS, LIQCORS, Ao.
Bay street, over Exprcus Office.
S'" a Ch JJ r1 *'* (in rear of Post Office, i by
CHOICE ItmLs aud U^UOteln'ed! 1 V^undi?
Z__ _OAS FITTJNOr&r =S=R
Weed A Corn well,
Wholesale Dealers iu HAanwAas and Tin Wari
—.— No. 159 and 191 Broughton street.
• PLI'MBKR AND GAS FITTER,
SEGARS, TOBACCO Ac.
U- Koetheckc & Cos.,
, Importers of Uenulue Iluvanu Sett.'ir.
cotuer Kay aud Whitaker streets. SuvsaLh, Ga
Lp Kolb. ~
1 •.. ? K , UA B S ’ TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
dour fckiuth ot me Market.
HUNTIKO, BTATIOAERY. Ac.
vllle A heuth.
LOOKeKU-EHS AND STATIONERS,
Cor bryan street uuu Market square.
\,| ttrking Ink, MANurAcrcarD and foi ealc bv ~
1,1 DAVID U. GALLO» AT, '
Geo. N, Nicbola,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay st., betweeu Abercurn and Drayton.
VV. .Huso 11 Oi Cu>,
HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE
No; lit Bay street
F. D v.^" , “i , L D<>al< ‘ r .’ n WaiwraandjEwuEr,
Wmu.SH ,nd , p 1 1 "“> v ' a*» FasovGooi* ,vc.
tAT w tttchea anil Jenelry itepiureu.
liv Cougresa st„ oppomte the Pulaski House.
P“ lb * r Sl» n P. I cor. Bull and
wKi , l r>an r? t * SbavlLg, Hulr Cutuug, bhamuuuing,
Wbiakera Dyed, Ac. Funcy.ftuape, Cologne, Neokljes
aud other Fancy Aitides tor sate * ’
Jos, W. Ciitti I*l. D, “
Cor. South Broad and Barnard-sts.,
Onto, Hotu 8-» to 10 A. M . and 4 to 5 P Jl„
EP* Residence—Air. Wash's, corner St. Julian „ud
M. Walsh, ~
• wholesale and retail DRUGGIST,
■mil Soiuheastcor. Barnard und Broughton nr.
1 A. Solomons Ji Cos.,
* WHOLESALE AND RtTAIL DIIUaGISTi.
ir orders executed accurately uim wnh aesputih.
BOOTS A>D SiiOiiS.
A**** 11 • Jobber. In Men'*, Women'e.
and chUdren’s Calf; beige and Kid BuOlb aid
bUGEb, of oil Linda and quuliiien.
162 Congress st., 4th door North of tho Market
so. V. Nichols,
RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORK.
110 Broughton *t.. 2d door irom Buli,
ED. Smyth, Qr EENSWARE, GLAsTaM)
• CHINA, at WhoJeehle «nn Retail.
109 Broughton street, i!d door from cor. of Bail
• CONFECTIONBH—Wuoi.zsaIe and Retail
RUPB, CORDIALS AND FIN E CONFECTIONER?
OF ALL KINLN.
140 Broughton street, two doors froru Barnards
• WHOIFSM.E ANT> TUtTAIL DfALFR IN
CIDERS, LEMON STTtAWBEIiRY AMiRASrnERKI
syi.lps, candies, jio., &>.,
or In any quantities, to suit Purchaecni. .Jl
John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTE*
and ALE, CORDIALS SYRUPS, iu.
Cor Bay and West Broad street*
The Oldeat and best renowned.
66 Liberty Street,
sepl2-3mo NEW YORK.
mHE undersigned having aesodated thomrclvi
gether under the Arm name ol LaHOCD E. GAB*
4 I'NCKLKS, for the purpaie of ti ansactine • •••£
ral Grocery, ai.d Commlw-lun Bneine*e, und i'-"'“s
secured tile large and commodious fibre. c0r,,l rt
Bay and Barnard streets, are now prepared tofeir
any and all consignment* mads to them. 1 bev
have extra rooms, suitable tor Dry Goods and t ' '
Artlclca, which, If accompanied by orvn. r. or nk c ' ,
are the best Iu the city ; from a long c-xp. rsencL
thorough acqualntam e with the bnsiuea., tnsj “ G
to give entire satisfaction to all making consitn®
to them. . . .
Liberal advances made on Cotton. Lumber, sc c
signed to them for sals In Savannah, ur for f- i-”
to their friends in New York, Bos'on or Bslt s lOl
Laroche, gaden *
Isaac D. Lasooic,
*' B«nj. G. fliuu,
David », Ukoku* Im w