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I BORROW HOHET.
Mt. Lloyd, of Chatham, a member
of the Committee on Business..
Warm Disciisftleu on the Memorial in be
half of Jefferson Davis.
ELOQUENT SPEECHES BY MESSRS.
ANDERSON AND COHEN, OF
A. vil W
T he Ordinance of Secession Re
THE VOTE UNANIMOUS.
The State Election to Take
Place on the 15th of No
vember. • '
Savannah Municipal Election on tbe
First Wedneiday cn November.
Etc, Etc., Etc.
[Special Dispatch to the Savannah Herald.)
Mu.ledgevili.is,, Oct.. 2stb, 1863,
Mr. Keiman to-day intro U e 1 an ordi
n nice authorizing the Governor to borrow
sufficient money to defray all civil expenses
due and incurred, uniil the regular sources of
revenue shall replenish the treasury.
The President of the Convention announc
ed tle names of the committee of siiteeib,
one from each Judicial District, appointed to
prepare the business of the Convention.
Hon. Thos. E. Lloyd,of Chatham, represents
his District on this Committee
The committed having returned, a resolu
tion was introduced calling for a statement j
of how much cotton had been at any time ;
held by the State ; how much of this cotton
had been captured, and how much had been
burned; also whether the State held any as
sets abroad, and to whose credit they were
Mr. Anderson of Chatham, introduced a
resolution for the appointment of a committee j
of five to prepare a memorial to President
Johnsdh, asking for the pardon of Jefferson '
Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Gen. Mercer
and other political prisoners.
The resolution was opposed by Joshua
Hill and Cbas. H. Hopkins.
* Messrs. Anderson, J, F. Matthews of Ogle
thorpe, and Solomon Cohen, made eloquent
and feeling speeches in iavor of the resolu
tion, which was finally passed by a large
majority. ' „ }
Mr. Jenkins from the Committee of six
teen, reported the following Ordinance :
An ordinance to repeal certain ordinances
and resolutions therein mentioned, hereto
’ore passed by the people of Georgia in State
Convention :—Wo the people of the State of
Georgia in Convention at our seat of
msnt, do declaro ant} ordain, that an ordi
nance adopted by the same people in con
vention, on the 19th day of January, A. D.,
1801, entitled, “An Ordinance to dissolve
the Union between the State of Georgia and
the States united with her under a compact
of government entitled the Constitution of
the United States of Americaalso
an Ordinance adopted by them on the lfith
day of March, in the year last aforesaid, “An
Ordinance to adopt and ratify the Constitu
tion of the Confederate States of America
and also all ordinances and resolutions of the
same, adopted between the 16th day of Jan
uary and the 24th day of March, in the year
aforesaid, subversive of or antagonistic to the j
civil and military authority of the Govern- i
incut of the United States of America, under
the Constitution thereof, be and the same
are hereby repealed. j
The ordinance was paasedaf, ter very littlo
Air. Hill gave notice that he would move
to reconsider this vote, in order to amend ao
as to declare the action of the previous Con
vention null aud void.
Mr. Jeukins repotted au ordinance) to es
tablish Congressional Distiicts and to pro
vide for certain elecUous.
The ordinance provides that au eleetion be
held for Governor, memlters of Cong rest and
the General Assembly, oo the lfftk day of
November. It raakee amw apportionment
of the counties of the Slate into seven Con
It also provides for an election of Mayor
and Aldermen for the City ot Savanuah, to
be held on the first Monday in December,
UDdcr the usual laws aud regnlations, wiih
the exception of the registry law, which ia
The remainder of the session till two
o clock, was occupied in debating upon the
election ordinance, the question being upon
a motion to postpone the day of the election
to the first Monday n December. The mo
tion was defeated.
The Convention then adjourned till three
o’clock in the alternoon. X. •
Millkogeville, Oct. 26th, 1863.
The erdiiance fixing the Stale election for
the 15th dsy of November, and the municipal
election iu Savannah foe the first Wednes
day in November was passed iu the after
noon session. Ayes, 233, nays 35. T.
DEATH OF EDW’D C. LEGRIEL.
Gen. Tilson. of the Freedman’s Bn
reau, to Address the Convention
[SpeplalDlspatch to tlie Savannah Hbbild]
Millkdoevillk, Oct. 26, 1865.
Edward C. Legriel, a well know and high
ly respected citizen of Savannah, died in
Macoq on Wednesday. Hia disease was
Biij Gen. Davis Tillson, Chief Commis
sioner of the Frcedmen’s Bureau for the State
of. Giorgia, has been invited by resolution
to the members of the Convention
on Riday night. T.
CtSXff. HOWARD IN SAVAN
HU ADDRESS TO THE FREEDNKN
TU. Purpo.es of the Bureau Explained.
THE NEW RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
They are Charged to make Contracts.
THE WHITES NOT THElli ENEMIES.
The Abandoned to be Restored to their Own
nets, and all Bounties from the Govern
ment to be Withdraws?
Agreeably to tbo notice which appeared in
tie papers of yesterday, Gen. Howard, Chief
cf the Bureau of Freedmen, addressed a re
fpeCtable assemblage of the colored people
of this city, tast evening, at the 2d Baptist
Church. Ho spoke in substance as follows -.
The General commenced by saying that bo
bad been assigned to tbe responsible position
be occupied by tbe President, to superintend
tbe development aud execution of tbe po.icy
adopted by tbe Federal Government with
reference to tbe Freedmen, and to relieve as
•'ar as practicable tbe shock that must neces
sarily follow tho sudden emancipation of the
slaves, which comprehended iu its range tbe
management of tbe abandoned lands, tbe
education, as far as pracdcable, of tbe col
ored children, and the relief of those whose
actual necessities demanded it of the Gov
| WitU regard to tlie question of labor, he
! informed them that the Government had set
I them free forever, but it had not stopped
work. Formerly they did not receive the
! earnings of their labor, these were now se
cured to them. Heretofore they had families
from whom they were often separated, this
this would never be again. He urged them
lo provide lor their families, not only to
leed and to clothe them but to educate them.
As many ot them were refusing to make la
bor coutracts for the ensuing year under the
vague notion that Government would do
something tor them, he earnestly desired
them to disabuse their minds in this particu
lar, alsoq aud hence the necessity for their
making contracts with the owners of the
lands and stick to them in gooii faith. When
the contract was made they were to un
derstind that the employer was entitled
to all their labor, and for which they should
be paid fair and liberal wages. He notified
them that tiio- military would in all proba
bility, soon be removed, and that they must
then look to the white residents for counsel
and protection, until laws were passed se
curing them tlie full eojoymentof ail their
rights as freemen. He assured them that he did
j not believe that tbo great mass of the
| Southern people were unfriendly to them,
but that they wero prepared to trust tbem,
I kindly and honestly if the colored people
j would meet them half way. He did not be
lieve that the whites bad the least desire to
oppress tbem, and be urged tbem to slay in
tbe neighborhood, where they were, and to
show by their good conduct'and habits of
industry that they were worthy of their free
dom. He advised them strenuously not to
resort to the cities, as they could not support
themselves there, and would suffer lor the
necessary comforts of life.
With regard to the abandoned lands of
Georgia, he remarked that the Government
had determined to restore them to their
owners, as they were pardoned by the Exec
utive of the uatiou. Tnat it would be un
just in tlie Government to confiscate these
lands lying generally on the-coast, when the
people ol' the interior, who had been equally
rebellious, were not treated in like manner,
j That equality in the dispensation of justice
i should be observed throughout the South,
I without reference to locality or color, when
there were no legal impediments in the way.
If they wanted land they must go to work in
good earnest, suve money, and make requir
ed put chase in a regular way. He knew of
a colored man who bad, by his own honest
I industry, accumulated $15,000 iu the last
I Al.tiding to the subject ot education, be
| assured tbem that much had, beeu done, and
much more would be accomplished by both i
; Northern and Southern Committees for the
education of colored children, aud that they
must bd ambitious to do all in their power
lin the same direction—that in order to enjoy
I ibe blttsilogg of freedom aud make goodelu
zeut they must be improved t»y education.
| Tousbiag the matter of relief In various
I ways here inline grauied by the Government,
I he stated emphatically that be bad been in
•triKte I by the War Department to grant
reliet In future to tuoh only us were entirely
Unable to help Uiuiusklws. All others must
tor bjr NM and thilfiy
Tta truly sensible sod Interesting remarks
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1865.
of Gen. Howard, appeared to be in the high
est degree acceptable to the intelligent por
tion of his colored audience and to a consi
derable number of our citizens, both mili
tary and civil, who were attracted thither by
the interest of the occasion and the high
character of the distiogusbed speaker.
Two Days Later Mail from
- New York.
The steamer Leo, which left New York on
the 21st inst., arrived here yesterdey even
ing. The Leo left New York iu company
with the steamships Raleigh, Chase and
Idaho for Savannah; the (Quaker City, for
Charleston, aud the George Cromwell lor
New Orleans. She kept company with the
Quaker City and George Cromwell as far as
Prying Pan Shoals, where they were on
Monday night. At miduight lost sight ot
both ships in a storm; lay to in a hurricane
for thirty-six hours, split sails, etc. On
Wednesday passed a lot of wrecked goods,
chairs, etc., apparently cabin furniture. We
ate indebted to Purser P. A. Slocum for our
files of New York papers.
By the Scotia, with dates of the Bth inst. '
Nearly all the prominent men whose
names were associated with the rebel cotton
loan have now- denied their connection with
that remarkable speculation.
Secretary Reward’s letter to Mr. Adams,
otH Minister in London, with respect to the
Prioleau cotton bonds decision, continues the
subject of hostile comment in England,
though the French papers in the main ap
prove of it.
Cholera had spread to Paris.
From Blexieo—celebration of the Birth
day of tlic Republic.
In the city of El Paso, President Juarez’s
capital, the anniversary of the birth of the
republic was celebrated on the Isth and 16th
of September by the ringing of bells, firing
of cannon, orations, illuminations, great
enthusiasm among the people, a grand ball
and ether cetemonies. Many American of
ficers were present. The imperialists in
Matuinoias had two splendid balls on the
1 Till aud 24th of September, In honor of
Mexican independence and the birthday of
General Meja, the commander there, which
alsofwere attended by several United States
officers, including Generals Steele and Weit
zei. Six thonsand imperial troops were ex
pected at Monterey on the 25th of Septem
ber, to reinforce thoso on the Rio Grande.
Maximilian, it is said, has issued a decree
directing that no vessels be admitted into
Mexican ports which cannot show proper
papers from a consul of his empire in the
port whence they sailed.
THE NOIiTH CAROLINA
The Ordinance Prohibiting Slavery to
he Snbmitted to the People.
President Johnson Advises Re
The North Carolina- Convention unani
mously adopted an ordinance submitting to
a vote of the people the ordinances forever
prohibiting slavery and declaring the seces
sion ordinance null and void. An ordinance
to scale down both the old and new debts of
the State to a gold basis, consolidate them,
aud issue new bonds in lieu of the old ones,
was introduced aud laid over. It provides
that none of the debts incurred by the State
to aid the rebellion shall be recognized. A
resolution requesting Congress to repeal the
test oath imposed on the national legislators
was introduced and also laid over. 'The
Convention, after considerable discussion on
the matter, has decided to ag.uu meet, after
the conclusion of the present session, in
Before adjourning the ordinance prevent
ing the Legislature from assuming any por
tion of the State debt contracted to aid the
rebellion was passed. The Rsleigu papers have
published a despatch to Governor Holden
from President Johnson, in which the latter
declares that every dollar of indebtedness in
curred to assist the rebellion should be repu
diated finally and torevef, aDd hopes that
North Carolina will wash hdr hands of every
thing that partakes in the slightest degree of
the attempt to sever her connection with the
THE WIRZ TRIAL..
Tli« Argument for the Prosecution.
Wiiz military commission met again
yesterday, when the reading of the argu
ment of Judge Advocate Chipman for the
prosecution was commenced. Altogether, it
consists of five hundred and fifteen manuscript
pages, three hundred and fifteen of which were
read during yesterday s s.-asion, leaving still
two hundred pages to be gone through to
day. It ranges over an extensive field, re
plying to the objections which have been
urged t*the jurisdiction of the court and an
alyzing the immense mass oi testimony ad
duced on the trial.
Colonel Chipman divides his address into
the four parts of a defence of military juris
diction in such cases as this, an examination
of the evidcuce and a portrayal of the hor
rors of Anderaonville, an elucidation of the
matter alleged conspiracy on the part of cer
tain rebel officials to torture aud starve na
tional soldiers to death, and a presentment
of the guilt of Wirz, on all of which he ar
gued at considerable length. Tbe responsi
bility of Jeff. Davis, as the head of the rebel
confederacy, for the sufferings endured by
the captured defenders of the Union is in
sisted upon. On the conclusion of the read
ing of the argument the case will be subnflr
ted to tbe members ot the court, who, after
deliberating on it in secret and arriving at a
decision, will transmit the result of their la
bors to the Executive Department, and thus j
end their connection with the matter.
THE PEItUV CONGRESS.
The Proceedings Still Secret.
The Now York Herald of tbe 21st, says the
proceedings of the Fenian Congress at Phila
delphia are still enveloped iu comparative se
crecy. Tbe secretaries affoffl only a brief
outline of the business transacted, and that
of a chancier whose publicaiion is not pre
judicial to the objects of the fraternity. Dur
ing yesterday, however, it was evident from
the glad faces aud earnest hand-3hakings of
the delegates that the Congress had decided
upon some important measure, U lO develop
ment of which is intimately coimectoU with
the success of their plans. Funds are piom
ised the movement in great abundance. The
members of tbe Congress are personally to
subscribe half a million of dollars.
THE LATB OALH.
Dot mottos of Shipping on Use New Eng
A tremendous gale prevailed during the
day aud night ol'iViu 18tb, aud 19th iustaut;
along tbe New England coast It wss very
•evvre, and did much damage to tbe ship
ping. We have already a list of between
twelve and tweuly vessels of different cist-
ses which suffered in some degree, one of
them being sunk, some stranded, and others
being Injured to a less extent. Some lives
also were lost, though how many has not
yet been positively ascertained.
Fearful Hurricane iu tbe IV.lt Indies.
Files of late West India papers furnish us
additional details of the terrific hurricane,
heretofore noticed in our columns, which
swept over some of those islands on the 6IU
<>l last month. In Guadaloupe it was parli-
I cularly severe. Houses were lifted from the
ground, torn to pieces and blown iu frag
ments to a considerable distance, and the air
was filled with the dying debris. In one
towu a hospital was blown down, and all Us
inmates were either killed or wounded. Be
tween two and three hundred persons
altogether were lulled.the crops of the island
were destroyed, scarcely a tree was left
staudiug, and it is believed that many ves
sels were stranded or sunk •
The Piciric Kaii.boad.—This great enter
prise is not dropped, though, owing to the
greater importance of matters near at hand,
we hear less ot it than would otherwise be
the case. Engineers are at work on the Pa
cific end, as well as on the route from Neva
da eastward, and it is announced that their
efforts to discover a practicable opening
through the Sierra Nevada mountains have
been finally crowned with success. This lo
cation was all that remained before a very
energetic movement began iu California.—
| The Ilerra Nevada stretches. along the east
ern boundary of the Stale, between Califor
nia and Nevada, from Tulare county to Ore
| goD. Its Southern extension runs into the
coast tange. The Sierra is lofty, ragged aud
inhospitable, with lew passes available lor
railway use. The engineers now announce,
however, that they have discovered a spot
where they can construct a road from the
summit ot the mountains to the Tucker
river, on a grade not exceeding ninety feet
per mile. The most sanguine bad expected
one hundred and five feet. This discovery
will be felt by the enterprise in a favorable
manner, and will tend to make the construc
tion earlier as well as easier. The opening
leads naturally to Salt Lake city, which was
a way station on the route originally pro
posed, as it is for the mail road to-day.
Those who have au interest iu this gigan
tic undertaking,which daily seems to assume
new strength and more substance, will be
1 glad to learn that so many months of cx
; ploration in an uncongenial region have been
crowned with success aud that the grade is
so much less thau was expected. The diffi
culties to be encountered in the range thread
ing Utah and Colorado are far inferior to
those in the Sierra Nevada; and from Utah
the work of construction is comparatively
easy. It is probable that the discovery just
made will give new file to the undertaking,
and that au effort which is encouraged by
both extremes of the country, and felt to be
of paramount importance by all, wifi now he
pushed more energetically. When we cou
j uect what has been done in California, with
, what is done and being done from the banks
of the Mississippi westward, we have rea
sons lor believing that, vast aa the effort is, it
maj' yield beioro vigor and energy, and that
We may soon hear of the more active pro
gress oi the greatest engineering work ot the
age —Philadelphia American.
Shop Lifting. —Tho Atlanta New Era
incurious a case of four females visitiug the
stores in that city, one of whom was
detected stealing, and Upon examination was
found to hav6 concealed in a sack upon her
person, three parrs of pants, four vestg, two
hoop skirts, three belts, two pairs of garters,
fourteen yards delaine, one head-dress, one
card of buttons, two pairs of shoes, and
three waterfalls. She must h&vo had a
I'KoFKSSIOVAI, l Alio-,.
Woodford & Bitch,
'T T O R. N - K Y S
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. 11l Broadway, Trinity Bnilding,
•NEW YORK CITY.
THE undersigned having resumed tfio practice of
the Law, fi prepared to take charge of cases be
fore the in New York aud at Wash
in BTEWART L. WOODFORD. _
attorney at l*aw,
OEFICE NO. 113 BAY STREET,
fOver the Herald Reading Room,)
oct!4-tf SAVANNAH, Oa._
Gno. R. Black. Rufus E. Lestex,
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson & Lester,
comer of Bay and Barnard streets. octl4-lf
TUGS CORWIN, WML hToWKN, THOS. WILSoN,
or OHIO. Lira oot. q.m.o. 4lr low*.
CORWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johueton, Corwin A Flnnell.)
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFpK K, in F STREET, nub TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN REAR OF WILLARD’S HOTEL,
Will practice In the Supreme Court of the United
Stales, the Court of Ctaiims and tho Court* oi the
District of Columbia.
Particular attention given to Claims and Depart
ment business. Officers Aceounts adjusted.
GEORGE A. MERCER,
-A- ttornev at Law,
\o. 113 Bay utrect, over Savannah Herald
The toookfl of account aud unfinished business of
Gordon A Mercer a-e in his haud*, aud he U fully au
thorized to collect the dues aud continue the business
of said firm. lw* oct2B
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. S4T F Unsxrr, Between 13th end lira Street,.
(Near Pay Department,;
Wnshington, X>. O.
Grits and Meal.
fAJLLEMi! MILL REOPENED.. Having pure,.a.-
VJT .and the entire interest from Mr H. t.lTlem In his
large and ■ xttu.ive Mill*, on tbs corner of Itabershen
1 street and Perry ttr<y>t lane, we are now prepared to
furtileh Grist snd Musi at favorable rate* c.,ru will
b« sold reasonable. All orders promptly ailed.
octU-lm turn NQTT),N a HAHKISON.
Brown’i standard Hewlett.
TTBKD by tbs United Status and Foreign Govern-
U merrte (hr more than
Adapted to any branch of business for foreign or
home markets Warranted ao-orale sail durable.
mk topVt om I
•iBBT-Yfo -^M>. 4+_tkP'..Xn* .-Utts
LUPKRINTENDENT*fI OFFICE, )
O buvummh, Ga., October 2, 1865./
N aud after Monday, 2nd inst-, a daily train (Sun
days will leave lor Auguet* at 6 a.
m., connecting with a line of Hacks running between
Station 4V» Central Railroad, and Wayuenboro on the
Augusta and Savannah Railroad.
Pussengers l>y thin hue will arrive in Augusta the
next morning uftoi leaving Savannah in time to get
break lami and connect with the Georgia Ituilroad
train for Atlant*.
Freight to go by Passenger Train most be prepaid
aud delivered at ihe Dejiot the night before.
By order of
GEO. W ADAMS,
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, 1
Savannah, Oct, lutll, 1366. /
This Com [.any Is now, in connection with H. J.
Dlckcrouu X Co.'s Wagons, prepared to receive and
forward to Auiruata. Macon. Atlanta Ac., dally from
twenty to thirty Chous* .and pounds of Freight, and go
through in from three to six days.
Ship Freight aud other expenses must be paid by
Shippers. Railroad freight can be paid h-tra or.at des
Freight on perishable goods must be prepaid
<IXO. W. ADA MS,
““I General Superintendent.
STATION Bit Y, SBC.
Bull Street. Corner oi Bay Lane.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Jnrt Received at tho above Depots further supply of
THB BUSIi-UANUKU’B, OR, ADVKN-
TiTiES IN AUSTRALIA.
MAJOR JONES' COURTSHIP, Price 100
ANNIE, OR CONTENTMENT, Price 60
Leslies' Ladles Magazine. Eclectic Magazine.
Mad, Deni meats’ Mirror or Fashions. Price 40 Ota.
THE ROGUE# AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price $5 cents.
HARPER'S MONTHLY, GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK'
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, do., for OCTOBER.
The usual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer,
THE CHAEIESTON DAILY HEWS
Can be had at
News Depot and Cheap Periodi*
BULL STREET, BACK OF IHE POST OFFICE.
Hew and Cticai PuijUcations.
Artemas Ward: his Travels, $1.60,
The Lost Will *sso cents.
Gus Howard, 76 cent*.
Vernei 'a Pride, $1.50.
The tfuree of Chiton, $1.50.
Swcrd and Gown, SO cents.
Great Expectations, 75 cent?.
The Cbannmvs, sl.
The Castle's Heir, $1.60.
Guy Livingstone, $1.60.
Major Joues' Courtship, sl.
Major Jones' Chronicles of PinevlUe, sl.
Polly Pesblossom’s Wedding, sl.
And other Novels, at
BSTILL’S NEWSPAPER and PERIODICAL BTORE,
oct7- Bull street, buck oi Post Olhce.
NEW SELECT MUSIC.
Katie s Secret;
Y« Merry Birds, German Song;
Tenting on the Old Camp Giound;.
When Johnny Comes Marching Home;
Trump, Tramp. Tramp, (Prisoner’s Hope j
Spanish Orange Girl;
Maiden, Awake from thy Slumber*;
Mother Kissed me iu my Dreamt;
Kitty Wells. Just received
0024 JOHN C. SCHBEINEB A SONS-
Cooper, Oleotts & Farrelly
Booksellers and Stationers,
THE undersigned have formed a Copartnership
under the name and style of Cooper, Oleotts ar.d
Fa.Teily, for the transaction of a Wholesale aud Re
tail Book and Stationery Basinets at the old stand of
John M Cooper & Uo M uorth west coiner of Whitaker
and St. JuiLui Streets,
JOHN M. COOPER.
WILLIAM H. OLCOTT.
DANIEL G OLCOTT.
oct23 eodlm STEPHEN FARRELLY.
SEA ISLAND HOTEL
HILTON HEAD, 8. C.,
NOW OPEN TO* THE PUBLIC.
BUCKLY le BANCROFT, Proprietors.
Edward L. Jones, Agent. ts octlO
flonument Square; Baltimore, Barylaod.
THIS FIRST CLASS HOTEL has been newly far
nit»hed throughout, and is now ready for tbe re
ception of guests.
octC-lm *KIRELAND A CO.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL A RUO O , Proprietors
K. 8. RIT>DELL. M. V. SCO#.
Xhave Just returned from New York, and have
brought out one of the treat selected stocks or
Milinery Dress Goods
Pver brought to this market. The Goods wttl he sold
I will receive weekly tho latest styles of Milinery
under Sorlvc-u House, Corner of Bull and Congress
era-lino MRS. PHASE
TIIE undersigned promises to Oars
In sll Its worst forms without tbe u*« of medicine—
ORYOOOD6 AND CLOTHING.
LATHROP & CO.,
Coraer Congress and Whitaker
TXTILL open to-day, and are prepared to exhibit their
» V stock of Good,, bought exprewly for the South
ern Trade, consisting In part of—
Ladles’ Dreae Good* and Trimming,
Shawls, Ribbons and Buttons
Cloaks, Sacques, Mantillas, Ac
Ffhnch Merino and Opera Flannel
French and English Cambrics
Black Bombasine, Cash mere and Crapes.
Jaconet and Nainsook Muslin
Bishop and Victoria Lawns
Plaid Jaconets said Brilliant,
India Twills and Swiss Muslin.
French Wrought Muslin Bets
French Wrought Cambric Sets
Rsal Lace Seta
Black Lace Veils
H. 8. lawn and Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Hosiery AND Gloves
Ladles’ English White Cotton Hose
Ladles’ English Brown Colton Hues
Misses’ and Boys’ Cotton Hom
Kid, Silk, Lisle and Woolen Glove*.
Linen Table Damasks
Doyle., Napkins and Towels
Linen Diaper, Crush and Towels
Bleached 10-4 Cotton Sheetings
Bed Blankets, Irish Linen, Ac.
Black Cloths and Casalmeres
Fancy Casslmerea and Vestings
Satinets, Tweeds, Au
Brown English Cotton Half Hose
Mixed Meriuu Hull Hone
Fancy Ties, Paper Collars, 4c.
We will make weekly additions to our Stock, and
trust In a short time to fblly meet the wants ot our
LATHROP & CO.
octii • lm
YTISITING the city, we would be pleased to *how
V our block, which we propose to sell at fair prices.
002* lm LATHROP A CO.
174 Broughton Street. 174
OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
DRY GOODS HOUSE
Wholesale and Retail.
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Blankets, Sbawls and Cloaks
—the newest styles. Also-
Clothing, Hats, Boots and
•Shoes, &c., <fcc.
NO auction or damaged Goods.
Nothing but regular desirable artielee.
All goods sold low aud on liberal terms.
Having re-opened the above establishment, where
I Intend to keep a well selected Slock of the choicest
Good., and having been long known in the business,
I return my acknowledgments to my former friends
and customers, and would solicit from them a contin
uance oft h* liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
me. H. HAYM,
174 BROUGHTON bTREKT,
oct23 ts Savannah. Ha,
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OP
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
&c., Ac., &c.,
Remarkably Cheap for Cash,
CAN BB FOUND AT
JY.. Readier «b Oo’a.,
» BARNARD STREET, COB. CONGRESS LANK.
Comprising a general Assortment o t Foreign and
Domeutlc Goods, Cloaks. Shawl*, £e.
N. B—By strict attention to bn*lne*e, courteous
and honorable dealing with oar customers, we trust
to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
A large Una el Whit* Goods and Linens not* open,
STEELE & BURBANK,
It Merchant! How, Hilton Hand, So. Cos
CALL to attention of Wholesale and Retail pat
chasers to their superior stock of
MILITARY AMD MAVAL CLOTHIKU,
PRICE. 5 CENTS
OF THE CITY OF NEt YORK.
s^!! h , Capitn1 ’ *1,000.000 oo
Jan. I.iSaCS, 1204,108 40
_ 4 , ' 81,804,188 40
-Lotal LiahiUuew, $lB 60.
b) l lako’jvbi rlnTh * JAjTNET are prepared
to any domest r t l ?** under their Open Pohcie-
Oh^t^SSSt^ * per cenr.
writes insuring wrn l t » be allowed'o
, - OCtl4-2«r
nHARUJS L COLBY * CO. are prepared to take
Hurine Rieka to ony domestic or foreign dost
and Fire Risks in this city hi the
drst class New York Companies
AT THE LOWEST HATES
COLUMBIAN MARINE INSURANCE
MORRIS FIRE AND INLAND INBUR
ANCB COMPANY s,ool\ooo
OMMKRCE FIRS INSURANCE OOMPY.. WO.OOO
STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE OOMP’Y.. 200,000
Block ’ eor - BoT and Abercorn its.
octl COrner Bryan streets.
On Hew York. Boston, PUlaOelpkia
Baltimore & A must!,
Bousht and Mold.
Also, specie, Southern Bonds, Stocks and Bank
Notes. Loans on time negotiated,
FORDYCE, ANDEBSON * JANNBY.
« No. 10 Stoddard’s Range
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK
For tale by
«g$ BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 OO
In sums to salt purchasers, by
_sep2«jf . E. F. METCALFE & CO.
ASSESSOR’S OFFICE, I
laiTXt) Scatss Intkemal Bktxnux, V
bavsr.nah, Oct. la, 1566. j
f lcarl J' the organization of tha
District. I hereby notify the public that Ism instruct
ed Ui make an nume Jio au--oßßm e nt for the year
1964, (a» the Tax Is now past due; at Confederate
price*, upon Incomes of e' cry description. The Tax
to Is 6 per cent. ; above ihat amouut
Indefinitely, 10 per Cent, upon ell gross receipts The
E, 111 " »r« t( ‘ j’* made In United States currency at
W w "“ *°jfh In Confederate money at that time.
Any Information th® citizen* muv (ietjln* will h»
choerfnlly gh en, and 1 will of course be as indulgent
allotviae'to'be ° ll,Pr< ' 3 *a?f the Government will
c. H. HOPKINS.
_ _ 14 . ..... Assessor First District.
T H „?^ b, r. lb ‘‘ r - £ , 1 rm « rl y of -avaimah, and resident
A at lilackahear, Plei cv county, Ga on thn
vidtd attention to the sale and out chase nf T mmi*
contlguou* to the said railroad, on conimiPHion, and
solicit* the patronsge ot all needing an agent there
nriTrS > ? cr^yc m :h ® ,ai lumber and timber busi
ness of twenty >unrs in Georgia and South Carolina
=K.,*;r, t £,s£f«
" e fl-™ to any old resident In Savannah. *’
Family Dye Colors.
Patented October 13, 1863.
Bltck Dark Green
Ksf ,lk mssr
Light Blue mX
Fioucb Blue Maroon
Claret "Brown Oranvt
Dark Brown Pink
Light Brown Purple
Souir Brown Royal Purple
Dark Drab slate
Light Drab Solftrtuo
Fawn Drab tdolst
Light Fawn Drab Yellow
gsußnf- 1 *
Rats, Feathers, ( bilfiren's Clothing, '
and all kinds of Wearing Apparel.
4T A SAVING OF 80 PER CENT. .Ah -
For tt cents yon can color as many goods as would
otherwise cost live tin es that sum. Various shades
can be produced from the same dye. The prooeaa is
simple, and any one can use the Dye with perfect
success. Directions In English, French and German
inside of each package.
HOWE A STEVENS,
For sale by druggists and deidera generail? 3 * 1011 ‘
“VSOIiPBO WOLf B,”
Mil Beaver Street, New York.
Offers for sale of his own importations, in bond and
doty paid, the largest stock of Wines, Liquors, to, of
any other house in this country, comprising in part of
Otard, Hennesy, PUtet CsatlUpn, Martel, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies in hair, quarter,and eighth
casks: also Otard snd Ronyer, Laferrelere and FUa
Brandy, In cases of one dozen each.
Udolpho Wolfe’t Schiedam in pipes. Schisdsm
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and doty paid, in firry of
one dozen quarts and two doasn pints.
“Whisksy anil R mm .->
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in hhds, snd cases of one
o^d n o^?e.ch OWb<>,l WW * kej barrels and cates ol
“Mmatoi" sad “St. Croix Jtum" in hhds. and
cases of one dasen each.
Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines.
More than twenty different grades, in halves, qnar
tars and eighth casks, also in esses of one dozen
“Ilork, Champagne, Moselle and Claret
From Peter Arnold Mamm In Cologne, proprietor of
Joannisbnrg estate; J. H. D. Becker A File: Bathe
nancer, Benccko* Cos., Bordeaux Barton A Gosstin.
Uordeanx, and from other well known house* in Ger
many and France.
Ona, Coboials, 8*01)1!,**, Dittos, Mwraan, Olive*,
Beanos. r*«a**v** to
Twenty-live years' buuneka iransasUons with the
Southern States, with some of tho largest snd most
respectable dealers jbonW be sufficient g oar antes that
every srtiele offered by to advertiser for esle is purs
and geo ulna
Samples can be seen, eod catalogue ol price* ob
Island, by addressing the above. sags It*