The Savannah Daily Herald
BY S. W. MASON A CO.
S*>H KL W.
W. T. THOMPSON, Editor.
savaxsaii. ikidat, xovembi* a, is«.
HOW roTuiTAIX THE HKUAI.D REG
(I. Mil. Y.
We afteti hivei' nipLiii'a from residents of Savan
nah and Hilton Hi ad that they ar/not able always to
obtain the I'r- **". The demand is sometimes so
great as to exbatis.! an Edition yerysonn at'er its issue,
and those «ho wish to have /he ITvrai.d regularly,
should enb«eril>e for it. Weflave faithful carriers in
Savannah and at Hilton HaAd. and through them we
always serve regular first.
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Our correspondence from Milled Seville,
published this n:fircing. takes up the record
of the Couveuiina at the afternoon session
of Friday, aniv'carries it through to the hour
of the closit* of the mail on Saturday. The
previous d‘-P"- !ciu ' B of our correspond
ents detaii/d the proceedipgs of the Conven
tion up t/Friday noon.
On Fj/day afternoon the subject of repu
diation was first introduced, and the discus
sion Which followed, and which became
very earnest and excited the next day, upon
a resolution being introduced to ascertain
tte wishes of President Johnson on the sub
ject, is given in the interesting dispatches
THE APPROACHING ELECTION.
We see by the proceedings of the Conven
tion which appeared in our issue of yester
day, that an oidinauoe to establish congres
sional districts uud to provide for certain
elections, has been adopted. It re-apportions
the counties of the State into seven instead
of eigbt Congressional districts, and piovides
that an ejection be held for Governor, mem
bers of Congress, and Representatives in the
General Assembly of the State, on the 16th
The very brief period intervening between
this and the day of election is suggestive of
the importance ot prompt action on the part
of the people in the selection of suitable men
to fill the various positions, both State and
Federal, created by the ordinance, referred
It would be a reflection upon the intelli
gence of the voting population of Georgia to
reproduce, even partially, all that has been
said by patriotic and piudent men in all
parts of the country, respecting the necessity
of a cautious and prudent exercise of the
privilege of suffrage under the new political
If, after what has been so well and fully
presented on this so.’bject, we might be allow
ed to make a suggestion, it is this : The
great point w jth Georgia, in common with
her sish r southern States, ought to be, to
® tc '-re her full rcpresSntation m the present
Congress. In order to do this, it would be
better to send to Washington, if possible,
men who, while devoted heart and soul to the
interests of the South, would yet be unex
ceptionable to the moderate Republicans. If
such men can be sent, they will be sure to be
admitted. The influence of the President will
be sufficient to effect this. Then, once fully
represented in Congress, the battle is won.
The measures that will be decided on at this
session, will require the vote of every south
ern representative, and with a full southern
representation, those measures can be de
cided in a manner I bat will secure the inter
ests ol the South. We would not advocate the
sacrifice of any principle, even in this elec
tion, nor would we recommend the practice
of dupiiaiiy or double dealing in our rela
tions with the Federal Government. We
would reprobate -as dishonorable iu the ex
treme any course & our part that would be
a violation of the plighted good faith be
tween the citizen and the National Govern
ment. But it is righ tto remember that in
future elections for members of Congress the
people of the South can vote more freely
than now, provided they are represented in
this Congress. Therefore, the wisdom of the
country, South as well as North, urges and
entreats us to lay aside partizau prejudices
for the present, and give our best efforts to
the restoration of our State. Thus, it will
be seen, that not a little depends upon the
disposition manifested by the people at the
In the steps we have taken thus far, we
have been guided and influenced by the Na
tional Administration. Nowandhenceforward
we are to act of our own free will. Nobody
is dictating to us now ; we are to do just as
we please. Every v< ter is to have his voice,
but on the result will depend our future re
lations to the National Government.
The Legislature of South Carotin*.
The Legislature of South Carolina has
elected Hon. B. F. Perry U. S. Senator from
that State for the term expiring In 1871.
Tnat body adjourned on the 25th nit.,
having accomplished nothing, after being in
sessiou four days, but the election of U. 8.
Sena’-or. There is talk of adjourning to
arieston from the want of accommodation
The Columbia correspondent of the
a I e ' to 1 * N ' C ' ,VS 'writes as to the power of
e egi._ a.are to pass laws before the Con-
Bhtuucmal Governor shall have qualified,
m u ref ««ed to a joint
rs» r "
submitted to the Governor! 11 aUlUhe
until the Governor shall have qualified^
this view is taken by the
•the session may be prolonged into the igu
lar session. Opinion on , his Dnin , f E
present indications, • seems to have ’ u 7“
gone a change; but another chanm
take place belore the election for sm- may
over, and .he
it once enters on the field of lea • If
mipoßsiqU. to any where the S‘*yT^
ihufl! " ru iu ~ Lu inlol «** "I M.Omlltol*
that the term for which Juarez un* .i
SSSun?* W"* ou 1110 i»tb ot November
he and i Uml •“ ««> election bu ten
hUI (; 6 ‘"‘l is Ihu. destroyed U ‘
ear,, llj “ l under the Mexl
<%, wtm ~ i,‘*“ ftp < , )rte * l S now In lids
nnubite, suec uds to lht ’ Meaiean
““urruute ~t , Presidency on the
‘Wined that Gun .rat? J ftC#U ? y> are Id-
M*ls. euao y To, M al ‘, r , ‘••boat to leave
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seuoih, 1i ' ttuvemoiaol. J|„ w |ii k 0
t,. ur U'iruZilM.
shield. ~v J, * u Mwa»d they will |*
A. Y yw»i. “* #0 ““' lu »Wrhd aid.
A MOVEMENT AM BEHAI.K OP MR.
On the 26th inst CoL E. C. Anderson, of
this city, offered • resolution in the Conven
tion ot Milledgsrille, that a committee of
five be appointed to memorialize the Presi
dent of the United States, asking the pardon
of Jefferson Davis, A. H. Stephens, General
Mercer, James A. Seddou, G. A. Trenliolm
and other distinguished gentlemen confined
at Fort Pulaski. An amendment was ofier
ed and accepted to include all Confederate j
political prisoners. The following named
gentlemen were appointed as the Commit
tee : Col. E. C. Anderson, Chatham county ;
Phil Cook, of Macon ; J. C. Matthews, of
Oglethorpe county; Tbotnas E. Saffold.
Morgan county, and Joseph P- Hook, of
As the result of the enterprise of our tele
graphic correspondent at Milledgeville, we
lay before our readers on the first page of
yesterday's paper the memorial prepared by
the committee and reported through their
Chairman, Col. Anderson, to the Convention
The sympathy go touchingly expressed lor
the distinguished prisoners and the senti
ments of enlightened humanity so forcibly
presented to induce their immediate libera
tion, cannot fail to awaken in every unsel
fish and unprejudiced mind a desire that the
object contemplated may be speedily at
Tue great interest very naturally felt in
this and other no less imposing demonstra
trations so constantly multiplying throughout
both hemispheres in behalf of Mr. Davis,
particularly will be greatly intensified by the
recent announcement that the time and place
bad been fixed for his trial upon the eburge
That President Johnson is not unmoved by
these frequent appeals for the exercise of
executive clemency and that he will conform
thereto as far as his sense of public duty will
allow, a sympathising public may feel assured
by the spirit of kindness which Las so con
spicuously characterized his official inter
course with the Southern people since liis
accession to the Presidential chair.
PROCLAMATION II P A NAT IOIS A L
Washington, Oct. 28.
By the President of the United States of
Wiikkeas. it has pleased Almighty God,
during the year which is now coming to an
end, to relieve our beloved country from the
fearful scourge of civil war, and to permit us
to secure the blessings of peace, unity and
harmony, with a great enlargement of Civil
Liberty ; And, whereas, our Heavenly
Father has, also, during the year, gracious
ly averted from us the calamities of foreign
war, pestilence, and famine, while our gran
aries are full of the fruits of an abundant
season ; and whereas, righteousness cxalteth
a nation, while sin is a reproach to any peo
Now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson, Presi
dent of the United States, do hereby recom
mend to the people thereof, that they do set
apart and observe the First Thursday of
December as a day of National Thanksgiv
ing, to the Creator of the Universe, for tliose
deliverances aDd blessings.
Aud I do further recommend that on that
occasion the whole people make confession
of our national sins against His infinite good
ness, and with one heart and one mind im
plore the Divine guidance in the ways of
national virtue and holiness.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my band and caused the seal of the United
States to be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington this
twenty-eighth day ot October, in the year of
Our Lord one thousand eigbt hundred and
sixty-five, and of the Independence of the
United States the ninetieth.
By the President.
Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of Slate.
—Joliu Mitchell has been released from
his imprisonment at Fortess Monroe.
—Gen. Longstreet is on his way to Wash
—Gen. J. B. Hood is th» recipient es the
charities of tbe citizens of San Antonio,
Texas, he being so disabled from wounds re
ceived in service as to be unable to provide
—Joseph E. Worcester, LL. D., author of
Worcester's Dictionary, died at his home in
Cambridge, Mass, on the 27th ult., aged 81
—Secretary Seward, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Seward, have returned
to Washington, after an absence of about
three weeks, greatly improved in health.
—Mrs. Surratt’s effects were sold by auc
tion on the 27th ult-, and attracted a large
crowd of prurient curiosity-huuters, who
bought up most of the articles for more than
they were worth. The house belongs to
Miss Surratt, subject to a mortgage held by
her mother’s counsel.
—AII the Cabiuet members wer3 present
at the meeting on the 27th, for the first time
in several months. The session was pro
tracted, and it is undarstood that the chief
topic of consideration was the relat ons be
tween the United States and England, grow
ing out ot our demand jor indemnity.
—Mr. John H. King, Agent ot the S. C.
Railroad at Hamburg, was shot dead by a
United States colored soldier last Saturday
night, while standing on the corner of a
street in Hamburg. The deed Is said to have
Major Generals Steedman and Wilson
were visitors at the Convention on the 25th.
The Macon Telegraph observes that General
Steedman entered into the spirit of the occa
sion with great zest.
—The municipal election in Charles
ton on the Ist inst., resulted In the elec
tion of Col. P. C. Gaillard, for Mayor, by
1,100 votes, against »*2 cast for Gen. John
Important to Travbllsrb.—' The travel
ling public will be pleased to learn that the
repairs of the different railroads between
Petersburg, Va., and Charleston, 8. 0., have
tieeu completed, and the announcement is
authoritatively made in the Virginia papers,
lhai the railway route ot travel is now o|>eo
i irough from the former to the latter city. It
runs via Weldon and Wilinlugtou N.C., aud
Florence, 8. 0.
Petersburg can be reached from Baltimore
b, steamer, direct, or by „i; m Wastes
lon, Fredericksburg and Richmond
Prom Ctelaaum to Havam.ah there is a
regular Hue ol ateauiara. The made from
Augusta via Atlanta and West Point to
Montgomery, Ala,, an now also in opera
! The people of New York and Brooklyn
j Were terribly frightened, a few days since, *
I by the annouucinient that a case of cholera
| had actually otaui red in the latter city. Just
Ins all practical men predicted this dreadful
I scourge has, or will come on the people of
j this country like “ a thief in the night ’’ —at
! n most unexpected moment. Its reported
I appearance at Brook'yu has started the local
I authorities of the Northern cities into an al
| together unwonted activity, as we see by a
It is to be hoped that the municipal au
tboriiies of the Southern cities, and particu
larly Savannah, will he prompted to similar
activity in devising ways and means of a
sanitary character to hedge out this remorse
less destroyer of the human species. It is
travelling through all parts of Europe on its
mission of mortality. It lias made its ap
pearance in all parts of Fiance, including
the city of Paris. The Paris correspondent
of a London paper, furnishes some lacts rela
tive to its pr. gress in the south of France,
which constitute additional evidence of the
c ipriciousncss of that dreadful epidemic.—
Tiie cholera nt Toulon mizzles the faculty,
and is said to suggest difficulties in the way
of many preconceived opinions. It has not
tieim found that the rise aud fallot the ther
moncter exercise any perceptible influence
upon the mortality. It was very generally
supposed that the disease followed the course
of the prevailing wind; but it has been found
to run against the wind and attack here aud
the remote villages without leaving any trace
iu intermediate places. Tonlou is said to
have suffered so much on account ot want
of cleanliness, but Sollies Pont, which is a
fresh, brei zy, delightful place, has suffered
comparatively more than Toulon. There the
naval barracks, which arc most scrupulously
kept clean and well aired, are learlully at
tacked, while the convicts'quarters, iu which
thousands of men are chained to their beds
iu the immediate neighborhood of intectiou,
have not suffered.’ ’
Its appearance in Belgium and England
is also announced. It ia exceedingly fatal
in Constantinople and “it was pitiable to see
the fright of the inhabitants.”
The Manchester Examiner, alludiog to a
singular phenomenon recently visible in that
part of the world, says :
“The air in and around Harwick for many
miles was filled with a small fly, a little lar
ger than our common meadow midge. So
dense was the cloud of insects that passen
gers could only prevent their mouths and
eyes from being filled by keeping up a con
stant process of fanning. On Sunday, the
nuisance remained unabated, and church
goers might be seen in the lobbies, before en
tering their pews, brushing up the insects
from their garments as they would snow
flakes on a winter’s day. On Monday, the
flies were still to be seen, but iu greatly di -
The Detroit News ridicules the above
theory and says it is directly in contradiction
to the experiences of epidemics on this con
In Norfolk and New Orleans where pesti
lence raged with unexampled fury a few
years since it was remarked that tiierc was a
most singular absence of insect
life. Flies and mosquitoes were com
paratively unknown during the ravages
of the disease, atul astute Medical men
held that the same causes which produced
the disenso were unfavorable to all insect
life, aud hence its absence. There is a theory
that cholera is the result of an iufinitesmal
culoe which floats in the air and finds its
way into the lungs, but this theory has not
been very strongly endorsed. The truth is,
that epidemics, especially yellow fever—seem
to set at defiance all the ordinarily received
sanitary laws. In South America and the
West Indies, yellow fever is, with rare ex
ceptions, a coast disease that seldom oenc
trates into the interior, and is more liable to
break out at sea where wind aud storm ex
ercise its most powerful Empire.
Grand Lodge or F. A. M. of Georgia.—
The Graud Lodge convened at its annual
session on Wednesday, October 25th, at
Macon, aud was more generally attended
thau could have been anticipated. Probably
about 150 Lodges were represented by their
Officers aud Delegates, and many others
made their icturns and paid their dues. The
condition of the Order, as represented in the
communication, shows a very favorable im
pression of its general prosperity.
Yesterday, the following gentlemen were
elected and appointed as its officers for the
John Harris, M. W. G. Master; Wm.
Abram Love, R. VV. D. G. M. Ist District;
iienj. H. Bigbam, R. W. D. G. M. 2d Dis
trict ; W. AV. Boyd, II W. D. G M. Sd Dis
trict ; J. E. Blackshear, R. W. D. G. M. 4th
District; C- P. Lewis, W. S. G. Warden;
S A. Bordets, W. I. G. Warden; J. E.
Wells, W. G. Treasurer; Siinri Rose, W. G.
Secretary. The following Grand Officers
were appointed: O. V. Brown, W. G. Senior
Deacon; D. N. Austin, W. G. Junior Deacon;
F. H. West, Grand Marshal; B. H. Mitcbel,
Grand Pursuivant; N. Athou, Grand Chap
lain; H. Green, Ist Grand Steward. J. H.
Jones, 2d Grand Steward; Wm. F. Darden,
3d Steward ; O H. Freeman, Grand Tyler.
—Macon Journal and Messenger.
HEADORS. MILITARY DIVISION)
OF THE TENNESSEE, >
Nashville, Tens., Sept. 2!>tli, fbdu.)
General Order, )
No. 32. )
All sales made by the United States through
the proper officers, to private parties either
or horses, mules or other property, are here
by declared valid and the title therelor in
disputable. Cilizeus making purchases of
such property must not lie molested by the
civil authority in the possession of the same;
and all suits or action pending iu the civil
courts, either for the property itself or its
money value, will be set aside and consid
ered of no force or effect.
The Government of the United States is
responsible for any and all property seized
for military purpose, aud any damage result
ing to private citizens therefrom is of the
same nature as other claims for damage, and
will be submitted for to the
proper authorities at Washington.
By comtuaud of
Major Gen. Thomas.
AVm. D. Whipple, Asst. Adj't. Gen.
Clark 11. Remick, Capt. and Provost
Marshal, District ol Savannah,
uov 2 2t
November 2, 1865.
Permission granted citizens to retain in
their possession pistols or other fire arms
does not allow the carrying of concakd weap
Any person violating this order will be
arrested and puuished.
By command of
Brev. Major Gen. J. M. BRANNAN.
Glare H. Rkmik,
Capt aud Provost Marsbnl,
District of Savannah.
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throughout all nationalities of the habitable globe
have turned theories into facts and established a basis
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who write them are. We know the persons and eir
cumFtauces, hence feel at liberty to indorse their
“New Bedford, Mass., Nov. 24,1803.
Dear Sir,—l have been afflicted many years with
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hands, and a general disordered system. Physicians
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Bitters, they prevailed upon me to try them. I com
menced with a small wine-glassful after dinner. Peel
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to And the coldness and cramps had entirely left me,
and I could sleep the night through, which 1 have not
done for years. I feel like another being. My appe
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use of the Plaututioii Bitters.
ltespectfully, Judith Russel.'’
Rkedsdcky, Wis., Sept. 16, 1863.
• • * I have been in the army hospitals for four
teen months—speechless and nearly dead. At Alton,
111., they gave me a bottle of Plantation Bitters. * •
Three bottles restored my speech aud cured me. * *
C. A. Plaute.”
'lhe following is fiom the Manager of the Union
Home School lor the Children of Volunteers:
•*ll avkjjf.ver Mansion, 67th St, 1
New York, August 2,1863. /
Du. Drake Your wonderful Plantation Bitters
have been given to some of our little children suitering
from weakness and weak lungs with most happy
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strength rapidly increased, and she is now well.
ltespectfully, Mrs. O. M. Davor.”
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• I have been a great sufferer from Dyspep
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• I have given the Plantation Bitters to
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G. W. D. Andrews,
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On the Bay, in the building occupied by Messrs. Guer
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Agent for the New England Fire Insurance Com
Also Agent for Hewitt's Patent Screw Wrench,
References in Savannah—Henry Brigham, Esq , A.
Porter, Esq., A. Champion, Esq., W. C. O’Driscoil,
Esq., W. Duncan. Esq.
In New York—Sam’] L. Mitchell, E*q., Chas. A. Par
vis, Ksq., D. H. Baldwin, Esq., Wm. Hackee, Esq., at
Bank North America.
Consignments solicited. lw-uov3
OFFICE OF WEIGHERS OF HAY,\
City of Savannah, Nov. 1, 1865. f
THE undersigned have been elected and qualified as
one of the Weighers of Hay for the city, has en
tered upon the the duties of the office.
He cma be found at the Amounting Room of
Guerard & Ferrill, on Hay street where all orders can
be left for him and will meet wi»h prompt attention.
nov3-b* ANDREW GOEBEL.
Boots, Balmorals \ Gaiters,
A Fresh Supply,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
S. M. CODDING,
novß-3 No. 163 Congress st.
ROOMS for a small family, near the Market. Ad
dress A. W., Post Office Box 461. l*-nov3
Painting and Varnishing
THE undersigmd, from Canndu, wishing to got em
ploymeut, would Paint in durable style city stores
or country residences, on most reasonable terms
Persons wishing to eugage the same will please ad
dress FOWLING & O’NEILL,
Savannah Post Office.
Furniture Polished equal to new. l-nov3
BACON AND WHISKEY.
A HHDS. Prime Bacon Shoulders and 10 bbls.
1" i'ikfc’s Magnolia Whiskey.
Lauding from Steamer .Minnetonka and for sale by
nov3-2* BOTHWELL to WHITEHEAD.
The IN’. Y. .Albion.
THE oldest Literary and Foreign Weekly in
Is jtublished at No. 39 Park Row, New York.
TERMS $6 PER ANNUM.
New Subscribers for 1800, remitting direct to the 1
office by P. O. Order, will be entitled to a choice from
the twenty-five annual Albion Engravings, free.
YOUNG k MORRELL, •
Plantation and well Timbered
Land for Lease.
A LARGE Plantation, near Sister’s Ferry, Savannah
River with about one thousand acres of cleared
laud, comfortable dwelling and out houses, an abun
dance of prime timber, with the remains of a steam*
The planting land and timber land could be leased
separately, wuh necessary buildings for each
For particulars enquire of
WM. H. BURROUGHS <f CO.,
uov3-6 97 liay street.
Apples and Fish.
r A BBLS Choice Apples
•J” 60 kits No. 1 Mackerel.
For sale by
nov3-4 CRANE, JOHNSON & GRAYBILL.
r |MIB Subscribers offer their Steam Circular Saw and
A Grist Mill for sale. The Mill is located about live
miles east of Sandersville, Washington county, and
one mile from No. 12>* Central Railroad.
The Engine is a twenty-five horse power, with two
cylinder boilers, one set mill stones, a good turning
lathe, all complete and in successiul operation.
We will sell the Mill to remain where it is, with
ample supply of pine Timber for sawing, or the Mill
can be removed.
With the Mill we will sell Oxen and Log Carts for
We will sell
On Liberal Terms.
Apply to Messrs. Erwin & Hardee for further par
novS-6 ERWIN & CARTER.
Plicenix Insurance Compy,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Fire risks taken in the above Company on Buildings
And Merchandize of every description at fair rates.
novß-lm H. BRIGHAM, Agent.
Yo O K s
FOR ALL CLASSES OF READERS.
Aids to Faith; A Series of Theological Essays, being
a Keply to “Essays and Reviews. ”
Christ in History. By Dr. Turnbull.
Reason in Rcligiou. By Dr. Hedge.
Mary Bunyan, The Dreumer's Blind Daughter. By
Wsyiand's Principles of the Baptists.
TbePastor's Hand Book.
Hannah More, or Life in Hall and Cottage- By Mrs.
Representative Women. By Dr. Baldwin.
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS.
Question Books, Teachers' Class Books, Superiate.'T
deiits’ Roll anil Record Book-. Books on the Manage"
inent of Sunday Schools, Sunday School Libraries, Re
ward Tickets, and everything used in bunday Schools-
BOOKS ON DOMESTIC ECONOMY. >
What to Eat, and How to Cook It. By Pierre Blot.
The American Housewile.
Tit Bits, or llow to Prepare* Nice Dish at a Moder
ate Expense. By Mrs. S. U. Knight.
Many New Miscellaneous Books, and School Books
of all kinds used In our Schools,
novß-1 Congress street.
ABSCOND hand eight Horse power Steam Engine,
in good running order and us guod anew, will
lw sold low. UuuuTre. for the next three day-, of
novS-tt* in Broughton «'U
IN a private family, or the hlghi »t raapccUblHty, by
a gentleman and hi, wife, for the winter. Adtln w
A. A i Box UWO, Pel Olih e 'j-ttovl
Office to Rent.
AFIMNT < 'h»*i Otlti C, In tin extalluul Incut toll. At !•
dram 0. V. II , Aterald , like l- mivl
Bacon for Sale.
I. r. r\TKsaoy. s. *. n-ntn.
PATERSON & TUCKER,
/Formerly J. T P*ter*ou A Cos. of August*, Qu.j
General Commission, Forward
ing and Shipping Merchants,
No. tl srihlilartl’. Lower Kuilgr,
OPPOSITE MARINER’S CHURCH, BAY STREET,
Gt avann all, Cm.
HAVE made arrangements for Shipping Cotton, Tim
ber. Rice, *c, to first class bouses in Europe and
Will make lilieral advances on all cousignmeutu.
Also, will tmy and sell Timber or Lumber on Commis
We have facilities for obtaining Charters for Vessels
at moderate rates.
Personal attention will be given to the receiving,
forwarding and to the sales of ail merchandize entrust
ed to our core. We have a commodious warehouse
References—Dowling A Cos.. London : Gibbs, Bright
& Cos., Liverpool; Bradfold & Renick, New York ; J
K. ii iyloy A Cos., Philadelphia ; James Oakes, Boston-
E. Latltte, Charleston, S. 0.; R. H. May, fMayor, j Au
gusta Ga.; Geo. R. Crump & Cos., Augusta, Ga ; Hal
sey, Watson A Cos., Savannah, Qa.; D. B. Thomson,
Columbus, Ga.; James Gunu it Sou, Richmond, Va •
Clayton, Adair & Purse. Atlanta, Ga. no*3 ’
TWO good Blacksmitha, to go in the country. Ap
ply to-day al oar office.
novß 2 H. J. DICKERSON & CO.
r W r anted,
A GENTLEMAN and his wife desires board foT the
winter, in a private family. Willing to pay a good
price for superior accommodations. Stabling for a
Sflir of horses desirable. Address Key Box 47, Post
fficc, or apply at Room 52, Pulaski House.
Notice to Consignees.
THE Steamship Minuetonka, from Philadelphia, is
discharging at Lower Rice Mill Wharf. Consig
nees will please attend to receiving their goods.
nov3-2 HUNTER & GAMMELL.
Notice to Consignees-
TIIE Steamship Chase, from New York, will dis
charge cargo at her regular wharf, 'J his Day, be
fore receiving goods. Consigupes must sign the Aver
age Bonds at our office, and come prepared to pay
novS-2 HUNTER to GAMMELL.
A-ttornoy nt linw,
OKFICE NO. 113 BAY STREET,
(Over the Herald Heading Room.)
octl4-tf SAVANNAH. Ga.
Gko. R. Black. RriX-S E. Lester.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson A Lester,
corner of Bay and Barnard streets. oct!4-tf.
fHOS CORWIN, WM. H. OWEN, THUS. WILSON,
OF OHIO. LATE COL. Q.M-D. OF IOWA.
CORWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johnston, Corwin to Finnell, )
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, 222 F STREET, nkab TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN REAR OF WILLARD’S HOTEL,
Will practice in the Supreme Court of the United
Stales, the Couit of Claims, and the Courts ot the
District of Colombia.
Particular attention given to Claims and Depart
ment husiuess. Officers Accounts adjusted.
au3o * 3m
TIIE undersigned, of the late firm of Nevitt, Lathrop
& Rogers, can he found with Messrs. Lathrop to
Cos., corner Congress and Whitaker streets, where he
will be pleased to see the frienhs of the old firm.
octSO-G E. W 4 GIFFORD.
C. S. BUND-ft
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Street, Between 13th and 14tu Streets,
(Near Pay Department,)
Waslxiugton, 33. C.
<3r i ft 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 paid
for until you know what you are to receive.
Duriug the month ending March 31, 18t>5, T. & H.
Gaughun k Cos. have had the honor of distributing
among their patrons, £ix Hundred and Ninety Gold
and Silver Watches, at the price of One Dollar each.
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES •
All to be Sold for One Dollar each.
25ft Solid Silver Dining Sets, sT6to3oo
600 Silver Salvers and Urns, St) to 200
50ft Solid Silver Tea Sets, complete, 50 to 800
150 Rosewood Musical Boxes, 32 airs, 76 to 260
200 Mahogany Musical Boxes, 24 airs, 60 to 200
250 Gold Hunting Watches* 76 to 250
250 Ladies' Enamelled Gold Watches, 50 to 200
600 Gents' HuDtiog Bilver Watches, 36 to 100
5«0 Open-face Silver Watches, 25 to 66
260 Diamond Rings, 60 to 106
5000 Photo. Albums, all sixes 5 to 60
2000 Gold Vest and Neck Chains, 16 to 30
3000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 6 to 10
8000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6to 12
2000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains 5 to 20
7000 Solitaire and Revolving Brooches, 6 to 10
2000 Lasa anil Florentine do 4to 10
6000 Coral, Opal and Emerald do 4 to 10
6000 Mosaic, .let and Lava Eardrops 4to 10
7500 Coral aud Emerald Eardrops, 3to 8
5000 California Diamond Pins, sto 20
600" California Cluster Diamond Pins, 3to 10
3000 set Solitaire Buttons and Studs, 3to 10
3060 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, Ac., 3to 8
10000 Lockets, double-glass, 3to 6
6000 Lockeis for Miniatures, 6to 10
3000 Gold Toothpick , Crosses, &c„ 3to 8
6000 plain Gold Kings, • 4to 10
6000 chased Gold Kings. 4to 10
10000 Shield and Signet Bings, 3to 10
luooo California Diamond Kings. 3to 10
7500 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, ! et 6to 10
6000 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, coral, Bto 12
5000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, onyx. 10 to 12
5000 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2500 sets Ladies’Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 30
10000 Gold Pens, with 811. hold rs, 5 to 10
6000 Gold Pens witti Gold holders, 6 to 12
50uO Gold Pons and holders, superior, 10 to 15
5000 SilierGnblets and lirinkini Cups, Bto 10
3coo Silver Castors and Wine Holders, 15 to 50
2000 Sliver Fruit and Cake Baskets. 20 to 60
Messrs. T. A H. Gaughan A Cos ,-No. 110 Broadway,
New York, extensive manufacturers and importers of
all the leading and most fashionable styles ol
Watches and Jewelry, desiring to increase their busi
ness to an unlimited extent, have resolved upon a
Great Gift Distribution, subject to the regulations fol
i ?ertificAtee naming each article and its value, are
placed in Sealed Envelopee and well mixed. One of
three envelopes will be sent by mail to any adores* on
receipt of twenvy-flve cents.
All Article# sold at One Dollar each, without regard
On receipt of the certificate you will see what yon
are going to have, and then It is at youroption to send
tho dollar anti takelho article or «o*. PiWifc*«d"“W
thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond King, or any set
of Jewelry ou our list for One Dollar, an' l
can they get less than one dollar " worth. * .
no blanks Thcprlceof CortlficiUes !•«* foHow l.-
one for 25 cents; live for »l; 1 U ! thirlJr for
*^ K eutTwm EX! ov’ery-certlficatc
ordered 1 ?).* them their rsmiumj. amounts
to one dollar. Agint* will wijaot*»«jjj»'ofrj«b
certificate, and remit 15 «••*'» «* “■ cLIKr m or
postage stamps. „ axcG „ AN * CO.,
ortVl lm* ' No. ntt Broadway, Now York.
At 1 in> mutts Indebted to Hie l*»e firm of K. He Wit A
Heidt, Jutidoii A Cos., will please call
and aetUu Ure sumo at the old aland, up stairs
and aevuo ■» E. HEIDT,
oottlm w. A, JAUDON
Dunn 7 & Brown,
MIIIPHNIi M AMT Iff KM.
HAVING otwasd tut olihe St Nil. 95 lluy atrost, b»
twiH'h llttia'rshaui and Prive alraeu, w» at* pro
iiarsd to firolak crews the shortM notles.
Hnv an na i» Tli c utr e .
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 3.
The successful Comedy of
OUR AMERICAN. COUSIN
And tbe Dram* of tho
T O O D LE S .
MONDAY—Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crisp
will appear. nova
O Sices for Rpnt,
_octl6 12« Bay street, opp. Mariners’ Church.
FOR E. H. 5.—35 bhls Flour
20 half bbls Flour
9 bbls Crackers
6 bbis Apples
5 bbls Eugs
G & W—lOd tubs Lard.
If not called for will be sold for freight and expenses
QCt2g BRIGHAM, BALDWIN k Cos,
<SQA A MONTH 1 Agents wanted wanted for six
entirely new articles, just out. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Building, BiddeforcK Maine,
"W agon. Freight
, , . Hawklmvllle,
„ , GEO. C. FREEMAN.
FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS,
MECHNIC BANK OP AUGUSTA
Eastern Bank of Alabama.
E. F. METCALFE & CO.
df) PL A DAY 1 Agents wanted to fell anew and
’Vut* wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW tk CLARK. Bid
FOR CASH, ail the Rage. Old Bagging, and Wast
Paper in the city.
aeptlS 210 Bay-et.
FOR SALE & TO KEJI'L
Just Received and for sale on
QA BBLS. Old Virginia Mountain Dew Whiskey
25 boxes English Dairy Cheese
20 tubs Choice N. Y- State Balter
10 firkins Prime Western Butter.
CUNNINGHAM & PURSE,
nov2-3 No. 4 Stoddard’s Lower Stores.
Wood for Sale.
OAK, Pine, Lightwood constantly on hand and sot
sale, at Ferry wharf, under Gas House hill, by
OCtSU-lw F. 11. MYRELL.
The Screven House
THIS commodious and elegant Hotel is offered for
* rent. It has capacity for 100 Bed Rooms, iu addi
tion to Dining Rooms, Parlors, *c. It is situated in
the business portion of the city. For particulars aud
terms apply to
nov2-2\v BRYAN, HARTRIDGE & CO.
BOOMS TO RENT.
TWO airy Furnished Rooms, for single geptlemcn,
for rent with or without board. Apply to
162 Bryan street, between Jefferson and Montgome
ry streets. 3» novl
I OFFER for Rent next year, 186*, my Rice Place, in
Camden county, Ua., on the Great Satilla River,
known as the “Vernon Plantation,” containing 420
acres of first quality Rice Land, and about 100 acres
of high land, all in perfect order. Said plantation has
been cultivated dining the war, and therefore requires
no extra work to prepare it for a crop the ensuing
All the negroes formerly belonging to me are still on
the place aud anxious to remain, to there would he
no difficulty iu procuring laborers. On the place is a
comfortable dwelling house, together with all the
necessary buildings for the accommodation of labor
ers and storing he crop.
Seed for the coining year, including Rice, Corn, Peas,
Sugar Cane, Sorghum, Cotton, Ac., cun be obtained
on the place. For further particulars address the sub
scriber at Waynesville, Wayne county, Ga.
oct3ft-2m JAB. F. KING.
Store to Let,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
The light and commodious Btore, corner Merchants’
Row and Palmetto Avenue, to lease for a limited time.
Terms easy. Address
W. S. SAMPSON, Jr., Agent,
octlß ts Lock Box E, Hilton Head. S. C.
I.ARGE and handsomely
Furnished Rooms To Let,
EAST GOR. OF PRICE ARD ST. JULIAN STS.
ROOMS TO LET,
AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.
The “Palmetto Herald Bnilding," having beer ltew'T
fitted offer large and airy Rooms snitahle for
Sleeping Apartmonts or Business purposes. For terror
address w> 8 SAMPSON, Jr„ Agent,
octlg ts j/'fk Box E. Hlilnt^HHaih^KC^
Boots and Shoes!
Fellner and Poliak, 1
157 Broughton Street, Savannah, O*"
ABE enabled, through their permanent Houm O'
. Boston, to furnish Jobbers and Dealers In ta
city ns well as thoso In the country, wllh wore a
vantages and convenience* In the Boot uud Sim
Trade, thau nuybouso In said lino.
novl-Om ■ < -
NEW VARIETY STORE.
I BUG luava to Inform tho Ladle, of My all 11 all,
t>utillc generally, that I am now ofTerlug a m'*
and good assortment of
oO Hugle’wmmlng. Dress
(lonia ttud 'l'aaasla, black and colored Velvets, l
EmiSohierles, Lares, Fluted «nd
Hosiery, Ac., also n Urge a^irttiisai of J
snrh « Implex. Trails Hell «•»!>«. '?IT
Ike siteatloh of the Uaic*. aud public |•*•"»'
m end mapare «ood.a»d
ncUH-lw IMh Rroaghto* *t-