THE SAVANNAH I) AIL Y HERALD.
VOL. 1-NO. 244.
The Savannah Daily Herald
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is neu.ucn at
rt . W. MASON «Jt CO..
At 111 U* T Struct, Savannah, Gxoeou.
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T\va Dollar* per &iuar** of ren Lines f or first in
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v .msements inserted In the morning, will, it desired,
nueur in the ev< nine without ostra charge.
lu every stye, neatly and lapniptly done.
ija ily H e raid.
The Repudiation question Discussed on
A RESOLUTION TO INQUIRE AS TO
THE VIEWS OF PRESIDENT JOHN
Miij-KDiitviLLE, Oct. 23, 1465.
A resolution introduced at the morning
session of the Convention to-day, to inquire
el the Provisional Governor for information
as to whether President Johnson had made
the repudiation of the State war debt a con
dition indispensable to the re-admission of
Georgia into the Union, was laid on the
table, after a protracted discussion.
The business of the afternoon session was
The Georgia Convention’* Inquiry Anil
REPUDIATION REQUIRED AS A
pledge of loyalty.
Indignation Meeting of the Passengers of
the Wrecked Steamer Karth Star.
Salt- of Government Hull lug Stmk In
Tennessee on Credit.
A National Thanksgiving Day Ap
Wash (not on, Oct. 26. —Provisional Gov
ernor Johnson of Georgia has been officially
notilied by the Secretary of State, that the
President cannot recognize any State as hav
ing resumed relations of loyalty to the Union,
that admits as legal, obligations or debts
created in the name of that slate to promote
Norfolk, Oet. 26. —The .passengers of the
steamer North Star which was run in here to
preveut her sinking during the late storm,
have passed resolutions condemning the
owners of the vessel in New York tor send
ing her to sea iu the disabled and unstawortby
condition in which she. was. The steamer
's still at Norfolk'. A versel is expected from
New York to take her passengers and freight.
During the gale much of her cargo was
Washington, Oct. 28. —The Government
being desirous of benefUting all the railroads
within the Military Division of Tennessee has
arranged tor the sale' to them, on credit, of
ot such rolliug stock as is'not need by th e
Washington, Oet. 28—The President has
issued a Proclamation, recommending the
observance of a National Thanksgiving on
the first Thursday iu November.
FROM N£ VV ORLEANS.
Important from Mexico.
New Okcaans, Oct. 26.—Cotton is quiet.
Sales 1,750 hales at OUc. Flour firm ; Super
fine $0 50. Lard 3'Jc. Freights on cotton
to Livoipool 1 l-2j. per pound. Gold
Advices from Matamoras of the 21st inst.
slate that that city has neither capitulated
nor is it surrounded, though closely besieged.
Cortina, the republican general, is reported
to have deserted the liberals on account of
not being allowed to load an assault ou the
THE LATE STORM.
The SlfuiiK'r Republic Foundered at Sea.
arrival of iwe boat ayd crew at
Sixty Passengers Probably Lost
$400,000 IN SPECIE GONE DOWN.
% a telegram leceivecl in tills cily yester
day, dated Charleston, Oct. 28, we learn
that the steamer Republic from New York
hound to New Orleans, foundered at sea in the
Only one lioat-load of the passengers of the
i tated steamer are believed to have been
I hese arrived at Charleston on Saturday.
They had been out three days. They re
port about sixty persons missing, whom they
left upon a raft constructed from the wreck
of the steamer, and in three boats.
The steamer had four hundred thousand
dollars in specie on board.
Hinrv Ward Brechkk Magnanimous
Auain. Rev. Ileury Ward Ucechor deliver
ed a sermon on public atfaiis on the 2L'd
iust., the following sketch of which comes
by telegraph :
He gavo in bis unqualified endorsement of
t'lesiaunt Johnson uud hi* ifionsimotion
IKiltej’■ urged lorliearancu aud kiuclm sa to
ward tim Houth j insisting Utey must regu
jaUi negro sutlrugu for themselves; diseouu
tenauoed any Uitetlerunce, uud chdmud we
U I U V "!! ve ‘"•nßdokeh In the loyal professions
ot the Houtheruers aud that their self-respect
must not be offended, He also puts for tit
kind word* for Gan )4e
(From Ottr Film of Saturday.)
THE STATE CONVENTION
Ordinance Abolishing Slavery
IMPORTANT PROVISO; ACQUIESCENCE
TO EMANCIPATION NOT TO PRE
VENT FUTURE CLAIM FOR
The Convention Getting Over
the Ground Rapidly.
THE FEELING OF THE CONVENTION
‘ LARGELY AGAINST IT.
A Proposal to scale me War Debt Loot
Etc., Etc., Etc.
[Special Despatch to tlie Savannah Herald.) ‘
Miu.edgevii.lk, Oct. 27, 1855.
The Convention to-day adopted the first
article of the Constitution of 1861, with a
slight alteration, —adding a clause declaring
that, as the Uuited States Government has
emancipated the slaves of Georgia as a war
measure, and lias put the act of emancipation
in operaliou, slavery and involuntary servi
tude, save for crime, shall not hereafter exist
in this State. This acquiescence in '.he ac
tion of the United Slates Government is not,
however, to prevent nor hinder any citizen
of ihe State, who may see fit to appeal to the
justice aud magnanimity of the Government
for indemnity lor his property.
The Couveuliou will progress rapidly with
the Constitution to-day.
The prevailing opinion among the members
is against the repudiation of the State war
debt, nud in favor of scaling it duwD to a
specie basis. _ T.
THE IHILLEUGVILLE (OWEN
• _ 1
JOE BROWN TALKED OF
[From the Associated Press.)
Miu.hdgvii.le,Oct. 27th. —Morning session
of the Convention was unimportant. Iu the
afternoon au Ordinance declaring war the debt
void was introduced aud referred to a Com
mittee—several articles of the new Constitu
tion were reported. The first article was
adopted, the 20th sectiou of which abolishes
slavery, with a proviso that this acquiescence
to emancipation- shall be no estoppel to lu
turo claim for compensation.
There is a strong feeling in tbe Convention
It is thought that ex-Governor Joe Brown
will run for Governor.
From New York.
ANOTHER STEAMER WRECKED.
PRECAUTIONS AGAINST THE 1
CHOLERA IN THE NORTH
Nkw Yoyk, Oct, 27.—Cotton is quiet.
The steamer North Star which' sailed for
Now Orleans on Saturday last was wrecked’
All the passengers are believed to have been
The Commissioners of Public Health of
this city, together with the Mayors of Cleve
land, Jersey City and Brooklyn and other
Health Officers met to-day to adopt precau
tionary measures against the spread of the
cholera, should it be communicated to this
country from England.
The Lottdon Times on American Affairs.
Fenian Movements in A.merka a Breach
of the Foreign Enlistment Act.
New York, 27.— The London Times, al
luding to the late correspondence in refer
ence to the depredations on American com
merce by the Confederate war vessels, says
it is the most important discussion with ref
erence to the rights and duties ot neutral
nations, that bus been carried on for many
years between the great maritime powers,
aud thinks there can hardly boa doubt that
that the proposal for a Commission will ul
timately he accepted.
The Times also alludes to the Fenian
movement as leading to a breach of the
Foreign Enlistment Act. If England chose
to be ungry, she would have greater reason
to complain of the American position, as a
neutral, in the Fenian movement, than Amer
ica had in Tcgard to her position towards the
Confederacy, inasmuch as the plot was form
ed in America, by American citizens.
The Time admits that the American Gov
ernment lias acted fairly, notwithstanding
the fillibustering plots of tier eitizeua.
Numerous deaths from the cholera are re
ported near London.
From Washington—Mr. Reagan In Inter
view with the President—Com.Craven
to be Court Marti alert.
Washington, Oct. 27.—Ex-Confsderate
Postmaster General Reagan had a long and
pleasant interview with the President to-day.
The Tunisian ambassador paid an official
visit to the Secretary of State this morning.
Com. Craven is to be tried by naval court
martial, for failing to fight the Ram Stone
wall when in the harbor of Fayal, lie being
at that time on board the war-sloop Niagara,
aud the Sacramento aud other war-vessels
being in close proximity.
Uncalled for Pardons to be sent to the
(jiUVCTnOTR of stute».
Washington, Oct. 27. —The President has
decided that all pardons under the amnesty
proclamation not called for at the Depart
ment of Slate one week alter being ready for
delivery will be forwarded to the Governors
of the respective Slates.
Attempted Frauds on the Custom House
Wasiiinoton, Oct. 27.—The government
has seized large quantities of alcohol on ac
count of the owners attempting to defraud
the Custom House. No officials are said to
STRING 10 CONDUCT OF lIKNIIV I.
FOOTK OK THNN.
HE PUTS HIS FOOT IN IT BADLY.
Naw York, Oct, 27.—T0-day before Judge
Kelson of the U. S. Circuit Oourl, District
Attorney DlukinM.it moved Uist Hunry S.
Foote be admitted to the bar, as counsellor
in the Supremo Court. The motion wss
grained aud Mr Foote took the oath to sup
port the Constitution ot the United States
and ot the State of New York. Afterwards
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, MONDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1865.
on listening to the oath of allegiance be de
clared that his connection with the late Con
federacy rendered it impossible for him to
subscribe to it, and left the court, unsworn.
Mobile, Oet. 27.-—Cotton.—Sales to-day
seven hundred bales—Middiiug 54. Sales of
the week thirty -three hundred and fifty bales.
Receipts for tlie week twelve hundred and
thirty-four bales. Exports of the week seveu
thousand and fifty-eight bales. Stuck on
hand fitty-eigbt thousand one hundred and
eighty six bales. Gold fifty-two.
New York Market Yesterday.
New Yobk, Oct 27—Cotton is reported
quiet. Sales 1,458 bales. Sugar steady;
sales 1,000. Coftee firm; sales 4,000; Rio,’
16 1-2. Naval Stores quiet. Freights
Tbe Message ot the President to the Slat th
Mi\ Johnson on the Confederate War
[From the Raleigh stamlarj.]
The following important dispatch was re
ceived from the President of the Uuited
States by Governor Holden, aud was at once
forwarded by him to tbe President of the
Convention. VVe piesume there is no doubt
but the Oouvention will at ouce act uuauirn
ously iu response to this message :
wr nr ,r CITT, Oct. 18, 1865.
W. W. Holden, Provisional Governor :
Every dollar of the State debt created to
aid the rebellion against the United States
should be repudiated, finally aud forever.—
The great mass of the people should not be
taxed to pay a debt to aid in carrying on a
rebellion which they, iu fact, If left to them
selves, were opposed to. Let those who have
given theii means for the obligations of the
State look to that power they tried to estab
lish iu violation of law, constitution aud will
ot the people. They must meet their fate. It
is their misibrtuue, and canuot be recognized
by tlie people of any State professing "them
selves loyal to the government of the United
States and in the Union.
I repeat that the loyal peoplfc of North
Carolina should he exonerated from tlie pay
ment iif every dollar of indebtedness created
to aid in cut lying on the rebellion. I trust
and hope that the people of North Carolina
will wash their hands of everything that
partakes in tlie slightest degree of the rebel
lion, which has been so rebeuliy crushed by
the strong utm of the goverumen', in currv
iug out the obligations imposed by the con
slitutiou of the Union.
President Uuited States.
STILL LATER FROM El ROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER AFRICA.
Halifax, Oct. 26.—The steamer Africa,
with Liverpool dates to the 14lh. has arrived.
Liverpool, Oct. 14 —Sales of cotton to
day 35,000 hales, including 12,000 to export
ers and speculators. The market closed
buoyant, with an advance of 1-4 to t-2d.
Breadstutfs quiet and steady. Provisions
firm aud quiet.
London, Oct. 14.—Consols closed at 88 7-8
to 89 toi money. If. S. Five-twenties 67 to
The National Bank of Belgium has ad
vanced the rate of discount to 5 per cent.
The Russell correspondence attracts great
attention and much editorial comment.
Hope-is generally expressed that it will come
to au amicable solution.
The Times says the position taken by the
British Government will preclude losses from
'.lie depredations of Confederate cruisers
being referred to the proposed commission
Fenian arrests continue.
The Cholera Raging in Spain.
Madrid, Oct. 10. —Great increase in the
cholera here yesterday—s4o cases, and )70
deaths during the day. General panic pre
The Canadians Fearful of bkino “Gob
bled" bt the Fenians —The N. Y. Herald s
Toronto correspondent says, tlie members of
the Provincial Government, and their sup
porters in Canada, are in a state of great
agitation in regard to tlie FeDian movement.
A Fenian organization hns been known to
exist there for four years, but has occasioned
but little couceru until the occurrence of
recent events. England, Ireland, and the
Canadian Government have, it is said, or
ganized and distiibuted throughout the pro
vince a force ot spies. Great activity is re
ported to prevail in military affairs; changes
in tbe disposition of troops are being made,
garrisons strengthened iu regions where the
Irish predominate, and an investigation of
the loyalty of the officers and soldiers insti
tuted. Arms are being distributed lor the
use of citizens known to oppose Fenian de
signs. Custom authorities are nervous over
the recent large importation of ammunition,
which ia believed will ultimately find its way
iuto the bands of the Feuians. The present
movement in Ireland is merely a ruse, aud
will be a grand design when England has
thrown iuto Ireland’ the troops, the order in
this country shall seize Canada, aud declare
it an independent State, ami place it uuder
prelection of the United States.
President Johnson and the North Caro
lina Convkntion. —The timely receipt of a
telegram from President Johnson, saying
that North Caioliua should at once repudiate
every dollar of indebtedness contracted to
assist the and prevented Hie stav
ing off by secession of me mbers a vote on
the ordinance completely ignoring that debt,
aB they bad their plans already laid for the
purpose, but upon reading ibe President’s
despateti, the ordinance was taken up and
passed amid great cheering aud enthusiasm,
their befog but a few' dissenting volts.
The proposed amendment to submit to a
vote of the people was not adopted
HEAD’QRS SUB-DIST. OF OGEECIIEE, )
Savanna)), Ga , Oct. 28, 13G6. /
General Orders, No. 82, dated Head
quarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savun
uab, Georgia, Sept. 27tli, 18t>. r >, is hereby
modified to read as follows, viz :
Ist. One (I) per cent, per unuutu on valua
tion of all Real Estate in the city limits (ex
cepting unimproved lots.)
2d. Otic half (1-2) per cent, on gross sales
of merchandise, (including sales of liquors,)
3d. Oue-lentb (1-10) percent, on gross sales
4th. One (I) per cent, on all commissions
derived from any business transaction (other
than sales of merchandise) by any Factor,
Auctioneer, Broker, Forwarding, .Shipping,
or Commission Merchant.
sth. Oue(l) percent, on mII incomes of
88 33-100 dollars aud upwards |ier month,
derived from Salaries, Trades, Professions,
tith. One (1) per cent on gross receipt e>f
any business transactions not included iu the
above sections of this circuisr. m
All taxes culled for by this ciicular for the
month of October 1806, will he paid to the
Kuceivtnr of City Taxes, prior lothe folk day
ol Nov. intSS. Any prison ueghciiug to
comply with the requirmuenu of this Circu
lar, will lie subject to a Rue.
IJv CUfttlAlliU ul
**Ur«v. Major Gun. J. M. BftANNAN.
Ws, T. Easvur, G«pt end Tax Kscslver.
1 ocuk> at
Woodford & Bitch,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. ill Broadway,'Trinity Building
NEW YORK CITY.
TBE undersigned Ravine resumed tbe practice oi
die Law, is prepared 10 lake charge of canes be
lore tbe several Courts lu New York and at Wash
srpho-S&Wlni STEWART L. WOODFORD,
Attorney at Xjaw,
OEVICE NO. 113 BAY STREET,
(Over the Herald Reading Room,)
octl4-tf SAVANNAH Ga.
Gao. R. Black. " Herts E. Lv.tvj.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson & Lester,
comer of Bay nud Barnard street*. octl4-tf
THUS COHWIN, WM. HTuWKN, TUOsTwIISoS
or OHIO. LATH OOL. Q.lf.P. Or fOWA.
CORWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johnaton, Corwin & Finnell.j
A. T TO R IST E YS
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, 222 F STREET, nfak TREASURY BUILD
-INO, IN REAR OF WILLARD'S HOTEL,
Will practice in the Supreme Court of tbe Uuited
Stated, the Court oi Claim*, and the Court* ot the
District of Columbia.
Fartictilnr attention given to Claims and Depart
nieut business, Ottkcn* Accounts adjusted.
GEORGE A. MERCER,
Attorney at Law,
No. 113 Buy street, over Savaiuiali Ileaalil
The nooks of account aud unfinished basinets of
Gordon ft Mercer u.eln his hand*, and he ia fully au
thorized to collect the due* and continue the business
of said firm. lw" octttG
C. S. BUNDY,
Gs ODoral Agout
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Street, Be tween 13th and 14th Streets,
(Near Pay Department,}
Or Ift Distribution,
WATCHES, Chains, Diamond Rings, etc., worth
over One Million Dollars, all to be sold for One
Dollar each, without regard to value. Not to be raid
for until you know what you arc* to receive.
During the month eliding Match 31, 1865, T. ft 11.
Gaughttn & Cos. have had the honor of distributing
among their patrons, s*ix Hundred and Ninety Gold
and Silver Watches, at the price of One Dollar each.
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES!
All to be Sold for On© Dollar each.
250 Solid Silver Dining Sets, • $76 to 300
600 Silver Salvers un i Urns, 60 to 260
60*» Solid Silver Tea Sets, complete, 61) to 300
lou Rosewood Musical Boxes, 32 airs, 76 to 260
20J Mahogany Musical Boxes, 24 sirs, 50 to 20 *
26»G01d Hunting Watches, <6 to 260
250 Ladies’ Enamelled Gold Watches, 60 to 200
500 Gents’ Hunting Silver Watches, 36 to 100
5"0 op*n4ace Silver Watches, 26 to 60
250 Diamond Rings, 60 to 100
5000 Photo. Albums, all slses 6 to 60
2000 Gold Ve-t and Neck Chains, 15 to 30
3000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 5 to lo
6000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6to 12
2000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains 6to 20
7mH) Solitaire and Revolving Brooches, 6 to 10
2000 Lava and Florentine do 4to lo
6000 Coral, Opal and Emerald do 4to 10
60tM) Mosaic. Jet and Lava Eardrops 4to lo
760 J Coral and Emerald Eardrops, ✓ 3to 8
s**oo California Diamond Pius. 5 to 20
600 > California Cluster Diamond Pius, 3to 10
3000 .set Solitaire Buttons aud Studs, 3to 10
3uoo Gold Thimbles. Pencils, Ac., 3to H
luouu Lockets, double-glass, 3to 6
6000 Lockets lor Miniatures, 6to 10
3000 Gold Toothpick , Crosses, ftc, 3to 8
6000 plain Gold Rings, 4to 10
6000 chased Gold Kings. 4to lo
10000 shield and Signet Rings, 3to 10
10000 California Diamond Rings. 3do 10
7600 gets Ladies’ Jewelry, jet £to 10
i/000 sets Ladles’ Jewelry coral, Hto 12
6000 sets Ladle* Jewelry, onyx. 10 to 12
6000 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, lava. 12 to 20
261*0 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 30
10000 Gold Pens, with Sil. hold is, 6to lo
6<x»o Gold Pens with Gold holders, oto 12
60 o Gold Pens and holders, superior, 10 to 16
6000 Silver Goblets and Prinking Cups, 8 to 10
m>oo .Silver Cat*tor* and Wine Holders, Mto 60
2000 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets, 20 to 6o
Messrs. T. A H. Gaughan ft Cos., No. UG Broadway,
New York, extensive manufacturer* and importer* oi
all the leading aud most lashiouable style* of
Watches and desiring to increase their busi
ness to an uniin Red extent, have resolved upon a
Great Gift Distribution, subject to tbe regulations fol
Celliti-ates naming each article and its value, are
placed in Mealed Envelopes aud well mixed, une of
lht*se envelopes will be sent by mail to any addi'ts-t on
receipt of twenty-five cents.
All Articles sold at One Dollar each , without regard
On receipt of the certificate yon will sec what you
are goiug to ItEv«. ami then it in at youfoptiou to Heud
tin* dollar ami take the article or not. PurcknitcrH may
thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamoud Rifts, or any net
of Jewelry on our list for One Dollar, nml in no case
can they yet less than one dollar’s worth, an l here are
no bliiiiKH. The price of Certificate* is as follow*:
One for 25 cento ; five for $i ; eleven for $2; thirty for
; sixty-five for $10; one hundred for slfi.
Auenui will be allowed ten cents ou every certificate
ordered by them, providing their remittance hmo nut*
to one dollar, A Cents will collect 26 ccnte for every
certificate, and remit 15 <«nta.to n» either iu cash or
T. * II GAUGfIAN A CO.,
oct&) Ira* No. IW York.^
SOUTHUtN If KAI, ESTATE AMI EMI
GRATION AID COMPANY.
WIIO want* Timber ami Turpentine Lands? '
Who wants Cotton aud Corn Farms?
Wo have them for Bale, iu different States Who
want* to sell Lands* We can f*e*l them. Put them
In our hand*.
W. II QUINCY, 52 Wall street, New York.
C.F. JONKH, 11. LEE, Theittsviil* Ga.
oct24-liu ijltiiAhii F. FLQVD, Jacksonville, Fla.
350 0 TONS
Os best quality, (OxVt per lineal yard.
Fur male by
FOWLS A CO.
)UU> 6m No, 70 Broadway, N. Y,
Grits and Meal.
f' lI.I.KM'S MILL RK-OFKNBD. Haring purch*»-
U nl the entile isierest from Mr h. (iilltin Iu hie
large suitextensive Mill,, ou the cianer of Habenkam
»ti*‘.'t and Ferry »troet Isus. we are now prepared to
f urn all (iriet and Meal M f.ivorahle raw* ('..rii will
be until riHUollaWe. All nr ten promptly Hill'd
jrcUUia LUDINOTON * H Altai WON.
Brown’s standard Ktalo.
USED by tbs United State* and Foreign clover*
meat* for more than
THIRTY YRAHI. .
Adapted to any branch of hnetaeat tor toratga or
boat* market* Wan anted accurate aad duiahls.
Sale* room* Mu. S MarcUy-et, near tiroadway
aeplS ly M BltuWN. hUmifarXaier.
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- J SMC .■fcrw Jl ii»r7
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, »
O SHVanH.ii, Ua., October 27, 1865 f
N and aft**, Monday, 3»th tost, a dally u-ain fans
day. txcepledj ft-ill leave for Augusta at i.li a.
ni.. cumjTctlxiT with a line of Back, running between
Station 6 Central Railroad, and Waynesboro on the
Augusia and Suvanunb Railroad.
Pas-enger* by this line will arrive in Augusta the
next mormon after leaving Savannah in lime to
connect wltb tbe Georgia Railroad train for Atlanta.
Rrturuiug arrive ill savannah at 4.45 p. m.
Freight to gn hy i'ame-nger Train mii.c be prepaid
and de.h-ered ut the Depot tie night before
By order of
• GEO. W ADAMS,
OC ' L - General Superintendent.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. )
Savannah. Oct, 10th, 1565./
This Compauy is now, in connection with H. J.
uickorkm A Co.'s Wagons prepared to receive aud
lorwnrdlo Augusta. Macon, Aijuuta Ac., daily from
twenty to thirty thousand poi Ads of Frebrhl, and go
through in fiimi three to stxAays. * s
Ship Freight and other expense, must bo paid by
Shipper Railroad lreigld eau bo paid here or-al de»-
Freight on perishable goods uniat be prepaid.
GEO W. ADAMS,
oclu General Superintendent.
Bull Street, Corner of Bay Lane.
HACK OF THE COST OFFICE.
Just Received at the above Dejrot a further supply of
THE Brsif-BASOKU'S, OH, ADVEY
TIKES IN AUSTRALIA.
MAJOR JONES' COURTSHIP, Price 180
ANNIE, OR CONTENTMENT, Price 60
Leslies’ Ladles Magazine. Eclectic Magazine.
Mud, Demorests’ Mirror of Fashions, Price 40 Cta.
THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 86 cents.
HARPER'S MONTHLY, GODEY’S LADY'S BOOK'
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, Ac., for OCTOBER.
Tbe usual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer,
THE CHARLESTON DAILY HEWS
Can be had ut
News Depot and Cheap Periodi*
BULL STREET, BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
New and.Cheap Publications.
Artemaa Ward; hi* Travels, $1.60,
The Lost Will* S6O cents.
Gun Howard, 76 cents.
Veruer’B Pride, $1.60.
The Cuiee of Clifton, $1.50.
Hword and Gown, 30 cents.
Great. Expectations, 76 cents.
The ChMunmgs, sl.
The Castle's Heir, $1.50.
Major Jones'Courtship, sl.
Major Jones* Chronicles of Pineville, sl.
Polly Penbiopsom's Wedding, sl.
And other Novels, at
ESTIIX’S NEWSPAPER and PERIODICAL STORE,
Bull street, back ot Post Office.
SEA ISLAND HOTEL
HILTON HEAD, g. C.,
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
BUCKLY A BANCROFT, Proprietors.
Kdu akd L. Jokes, Agent . ts octlO
Monument Square; Baltimore, Maryland.
FIRST CLASS HOTEL bae been newly fur
nished throughout, and la now ready for the re
ception of gueptH
octd-fm KIRKLAND A CO.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL A RUUQ, Pbopiistobs
B. S. RIDDELL. M. r>
Bridge water Paint and Color
M arks Cos.
BELL, WILLY & CHRISTIAN, Agents.
Just received and for sale at the maonfacturer’a
Kegs XX Bridgewater Lead
Kegs XX Snow White Zinc
Kek» i l*gnet White Lead
Kegs Sommensut White Lead
Tnbs Putt? *
l*rcmkim White Lead
Metaiic Paint (in ollj
Met;ilic Paint fdryj
Fire Proof Paint
_ Cottage Colors. t lm oct26
fFHE undersigned having associated themselves to
* Betner under tlio Ann name of I.aROCHK, GADEN
A UNCKLKB, for tho purpose of transacting a Gene
ral Grocery, ui.d commission H nets urn. uud having
secured the large and commodioiu a tore, comer of
May and Barnard streets, are now prepsred toreccive
any aud all consignment* made to them. They aluo
hare extra rooms, utiialilu lor Dry Uooda and Fancy
Ai-tiiics, which, ll aixoiupanlld by owners or agents,
arc the liest in the elty ; 'fiotu a long experience and
thorough acquaintance with the business, they hope
to give entire ualiafaction to all inukiog consignments
Literal ndvauces made on Colton. Lumber, Ac. con
signed to them for sale In Savannah, or for shipment
to their friend* in New York, Boston or Baltimore
LaROCUK, GADEN A L’NCKLES.
ISAAC D. Lahocuk,
BkNj. U. Gaoen,
David 8. UacaLaa. lm octlO
Xhave Juat returned from New York, amt have
brought out one of the land selected Mocks of
Milinery Dress floods
R*w brought to this market. The (foods win be .old
1 wU! receive weekly tho Isteat utylea of MUlnery
under Hcriveu House, Corner or JiuU and Congress
cie-lmo MRS. PRAMS
THE uutorMgaed proalueta care
la all lie worst forms without the aec of medlcm.-
ociui dm Rtataa, Maas
DRY GOODS AND CLOTIIINO.
LATHROP & CO.,
Corner Congress and Whitaker
• Streets, #,a
TinLLrgien trwlay, and are prepared to exhibit their
” "stock of ilooda, bought exprenniy for tba South
era Trade, couairtiug lu part of—
Ladles' Dreea Goods aud Trimming,
shaft in. Ribbons and Buttons
Cloaks, Sscques, Mantillas, Ac
French Merruo and Opera Flauuel
Fieuch aud English Oambrica
Black Bomboaine, Cashmere and Crapea,
Jaconet agd Nainsook Muslin
Bishop and Victoria Lawns
Plaid Jacuiieia and brilliants
India Twills anti Rwias Muslin.
French Wrought Musliu Sett
French Wrought Cambric Bett
Real Lace Sets
Black Lace Veils
H. 8. Lawu and Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Hosiery AND Gloves
Ladies’ English White Cotton Hose *
Ladies' English Brown Cotton Uoss
Misses' and Boys' Cotton Hose
Kid, Bilk, Lisle and Wuoleu Gloves.
Linen Table Damasks
Doyles, Napkins and Towels
Linen Diaper, Crash and Towels
Bleached 10-4 Cotton Sheetings
Beil Blankets, Irish Linen, Ac.
Black Cloths and Casatinsres
Fahey Cusstiuurea aud Vestings
Satinets, Tweeds. Ac
Brown English Cotton naif Hose _
Mixed Meriuo Hall' Hose
Fancy Tics, Paper Collars, Ac.
We will make weekly additions to our Stock, and
trust In a short time to fully meet the wants ot our
friends - ~
, LATHROP & CO.
VISITING the city, we would be pleased to show
our Stock, which we propose to sell at fair prices.
t>et26 lm LATUKQP A CO.
• H. HAYM,
174 Broughtou Street. 174
OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
DRY GOODS HOUSE
Wholesale and Retail.
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Blankets, Shawls and Cloaks
—the newest styles. Also —
Clothing, Hats, Boots and
Shoes, Ac., Ac.
NO auction or damaged Goods.
Nothing but regular desirable art teles.
All goods sold low uud ou liberal terms.
Having r'--opened the above establishment, where
1 Intend to keep a well selected Stock of the choicest
Goods, and having bean long known iu the business.
1 return my acknowledgments to my former friend*
aud customers, and would solicit from them a coutlu
uanca of the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
*ne. 11. HAYM,
„ IT4 BROUGHTON STREET,
°ctid ts Savannah, (la.
'To T aadioH and Oonntry
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Gootla,
Ac., Ac., &c.,
Reinaikably Cheap for Cush,
CAN BE FOUND AT
■A. Tlemohor cfb Oo’an.,
18 BARNARD STREET, COR CONOREB3 LANE,
Comprising a general Assortment of Porclga and
Dofceatlc Gnods, Cloaka, HhawK he.
N. B —By strict attention to buslneaa, courteous
*»d boaornUe dealing with our customer!, wo trust
U* merit aud rnceiva a liberal share of patronage.
A targe tins ol Whit. Clouds and Uliana now upon.
STEELE k BURBANK,
11 Merekamts Hew, Mlllam H.n.t, a«. Ca
H,u " pw
MILITARY AND NAVA*. CLOTHING,
PRICE. 5 CENTS
sSk sisiS? aary*
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
* ARI ™ DURANCE
-SScCS and in^*^dbss cr- '** ,goo,oo °
ANtE company .ooaoon
OMMKRCB PIKR INSURANCE CO MPT . 800.000
Brerkh “ ld Abercorn sts.
Ocll n r *lton and bry&n *tru«n«.
noiiati 0 'a out^#rm
THE . i
National Marine and Fire
4>F NEW ORLEANS.
CAPITAL,, „ ~S. :
j■ * --- "“>T7$ .... ‘ -
, hegs K*ve to inform the Uuurine
public mat bo Ire. been legally appointed Agent for
the stKive named Company, and is read.v to tako M>.
nne. River and Fire H&ks at customSJyWfos “
O. U MYERS, Agent,
Offlcc at Octavu.Cohen, 84 Boy street.
Cahe|> ' UuMhif
; . ■ __ fTNAIU-lAL.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For Safe by*' • « >
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN *r6
In enms to suit purchasers, by •
E. F. MBTCALWI Am.
POR SALK A TO RENT.
Store to Let,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
The light and comm odious atdre, corner Merchants*
Row and Palmetto AVrniie, to lease for a limited tlm«.
Terms i any. Address
W. S. SAMPSON, Jr., Agent,
***** ’' Lark Box E, Hilton Head, g, Q,
LAKOE AVZ> H ISIISOMELV
Furnished Rooms To Let,
IAIT COR. or PRICE ARO OT. JRUAI IT*.
ROOMS TO LET,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
The “Palmetto Herald Butldlng,'' having; been newly
fitted up, now offer large aud airy Rooms suitable for
Sleeping Apei tiuente or Bosincas parties. For terms
W. S. SAMPSON, Jr., Agent.
octlß ts Lock Box K, Hilton Head. &C.
DHY’ GOODS A CLOTHING. '
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. •
T'HK subscriber having formed a Cos partnership
JL witli Mr. J. C. Ludlow, under the arm name oi'
Ueidt A Ludlow, respectfully calls the attention of
hia nieiids aud the public generally to their I Arab atoek
of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots. Shoes and
Hats, which they are now opening, and will sell at
Wholesale and Retail,Tit the old stand of Heidt, Jau
dou A Cos., No, lui Bryan and Ce St. Julian street, up
ortn-Sm E. HEIDT.
' a '
,lrt '* - ; Savannah, Ga,
frUlEsubacrilwr, formerfy of Savannah, and resident
* st Blsckuhesr, Pierce county, Ga..on theAtlan
tjcAGnifXMlrtid, wilt give hie personal nod undi
vided attention to the sale and purchase of Lands
contlguoun to the said railroad, on commission, and
solicits the patronage of all needing an agent there.
Aa experience In the land, lumber and timber boai
aesa of twenty years In Georgia aud Month Carolina,
guarantees ample qualUtcatiou. Ho will be r<*re
sented m Savannah by Mr. Henry Bryan, and In New
York by the Geeat Southern fond j^^gYANfOrY** 1,
ltefers to any old resident in Savannah.
THOH. W. BBOOKM
FURNITURE AND GENERAL
BTW. Tllton, Agt.,
I.V)NMHRLY Ttlton, Worrall * Maaw, Southern
r c arriage Warefooma, No. did HnwUway, New
kiigiaai M—pYtaan, IB t. mid-ID