THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.
VOL. 1-NO. 250.
he Savannah Daily Herald
(MORNING A.NU EVKNIXG)
y. W. MASON sfc CO..
At 111 Bit SraxLT, Bavajh.au. Gzosoia.
vo U-/L.n. perSouareot Ten Lines for #rst in
, one Dollar lor each culrseqnent one. Ad
ri-sement* Inserted iu Ihc mo-nine, will ir desired,
ear in the evening without eztra charge.
every style. neatly and promptly done.
be New Constitution Completed
iiPOBTAXT CLAUSE RELATING TO
tirn arrlAf* of the R#cw Prohibited.
i STATE OtLITIA IU BE OR6ASIZED.
)*ath of Hines Holt, Delegate
from Mu.sc ogee.
jHS PAY Or DBXJBOATES.
b« Candidates for Congress Cram the
ETC., ETC., • Eta.
ißpsciftl despatch to the Savannah Dally Herald.)
MtIXEDOEVILLH, NoV. 3, 1865.
The Couveulion completed tbe new Con
[itutiun of the State at the afternoon aes
ioa. • /
It c mtains a civilians clause directing the
.-glslature to enact laws for the government
(the freeduien ; for the protection ol their
laritul, te-tatoiiul and peisoual rights ; for
uc treaties) ot Courts having jurisdiction in
i«ts in which freed men are parties, and de
niug the cases 'in which their testimony
nay be admitted.
Marital relations between white persons
it 1 j>e sons of Air.otn descent are forever
inhibited ; or, if effected are to be declared
u 1 and void.
Any person gr.tntiug licenses for, or
oleiuuizing such marriages, is to be placed
lader heavy penalties.
Aa ordinance was passed authorizing tbe
t hiug oione or more militia eompanies in
iaci county, for police duty, and for the pre
lervation of order.
(Jol. Uiues Holt of Columbus, member of
the Convention from Muscogee, died here
H<m. Solomon Cohen, of Savannah, and
Cos. Coos. H. Hopkins, of Pierce county,
lave been nominated Candidates for Cou
ire.'slrom the First Congressional District.,
Tlu Pay of Delegates—Eulogy of Judge
Mu.li:ogii.ville, Oct. 4, 1865.
Very little business has been accomplish
ed thin forenoon.
An ordinance was introduced to increase
the pay oi delegates to eight dollars a day.
It was voted down by a large runjority.
Hon. A. H. Chappell, ot Muscogee, au
jouuccd the death of his Colleague, Hou.
Hiuve Hoit, introducing appropriate resoiu
tious. After eioquent eulogistic addresses
from Messrs Chappell aud C. J. Jenkiuß, the
lesolutions were adopted, aud the Convene
tioa adjourned to Monday.
Executive 'cieiency IuYoM in Behalf
of Commodore Tatnall. -
POSTAL aKRANGEMENTS FOR GEOR
GIA BEING PERFECTED.
AID FOR THE FAMILIES OF DECEASED
The Tim* for (leneral Amnest/
MiLi-eDOEVitLE, Nov. 2.
Yesterday the ordinance authorizing the
Sale of the State Road, tiro proceeds to be
applied to.the liquidation of the State in
debtedness, WU9 tabled.
Thu balance of tbe day was occupied iu
the discussion of tbe new Constitution. To
day, at the morning session, the Constitu
tion again consumed the whole session.
Tu the afternoon a resolution was offered
aud unanimously adopted, asking the Presi
dent for the pardon of Commodore Tatnall
and the restoration of Iris property.
An agent of the Post Office Department
has arrived here from Washington, for the
purpose ot arranging for the resumption of
the mails throughout Georgia.
MiLLi.Dot.vir.iK, Nov. B.—An ordinance
has bueu adopted fixing the pay of mem
Also an ordinance declaring it to be the
duty of the Legislature when it assembles,
to provide for aid to the widow* and
urpbuus of Georgia soldiers, and for soldiers
disabled in the service ol the State.
An ordinance to ratify all acts of guardians,
trustees, etc., during the war, was adopted.
A resolution was passed asking the Pro
visional Uoveftor to order the formation of
one or more companies of militia in each'
cuuuty, nuder the approval of the President
ol tiie United States.
A resolution was introduced declaring that
i> is the opinion of the Convention that the
time for a general amnesty and pardon had
The repudiation ordinance it to come up
for m tiou by special order to-morrow.
Mai.KDourii.Lß, Nor. 4.— Convention re
fused to raise the pay ot members by • vote of
ninety-sis to one hundred and sixty seven
and adjourni and to Monday on account of death
of Judge If.lt, ilelegwtu from Muscogee.
TSi MUaisslppl UfllUUn,
JacKatm, Miss., Nov. S.—Thu bill to estab
lish the ipceia Equity Courts established by
i'f“vUiou«l Governor Sharkey, pasted the
Hnuae over thu Governor's veto, end will
blso pass the bvuuie.
Mobile Cotton Market.
Mobile, Nov. 3.— Sales to-day one liun
dred bales, middlings at fifty to fifty-one—
•ales for tie week thirty-two hundred bales.
Receipts for the week nine thousand six
hundred and forty-seven bales. Exports for
; the week, fourteen thousand six hundred
■ bales. Stock on hand, fifty-three thousand
nine hundred and thirtv-two bales. Gold
| fifty to fifty-two and a half.
Tbe Vacant Premiership.
No Change in the Administration.
New York, Nov. 3 —The steamship Jura
has arrived with Liverpool advices of the
Lord John Russell has undertaken duty in
the Queen's Cabinet as the successor of Lord
Palmerston, which will be reconstructed
only to the extent necessitated by the ap
pointment of anew premier.
Liverpool, Oct. 21.—Cotton market un
changed—Consols eighty-nine a eighty
nine and one-eighth.
THE CHOLERA REACHED AMERICA.
Fifteen Deaths by Cholera at
the N. Y. Quarantine.
New York, Nov. 3.— The steamship Atlanta
from London has arrived at quarantine here.
Eight deaths from cholera had occurred
on board the Atlanta during the passage.
The quarantine surgeon reports fifteen fa
tal cases of cholera bn board the steamship
American Securities Abroad—Cottou Mar
New York, Nov. 3.—Mr. Louin, who was
sent abroad by the Government on a finan
cial mission, reports that with a wise and
correct policy pursued by our financiers,
tbere will be no limit to the demand for our
securities in Eufope.
New York, Nov. 3.—Sales of cotton 1,000
bales, at 57c. ; 2,600 bales Mobile cotton, by
auotion, at 50 3-4 to 60c. Gold 14C 3-4.
New England Correspondence.
In which our Correspondent compares the New
England leaders—Philips and Banks—Dis
courses of the busy Bs—Notices the Feeling
against England— Remarks upog the demands
of the returned soldiers and mentions a Horse
To the Savannah Herald.
Boston, Oct. 25.
We have bad two expressions of political
sentiment in Boston recently, of more than
ordinary interest, inasmuch as they represent
two important elements in New England
politics. I refer to the speeches of Wendell
Philips and N. P. Banks. Philips, who is
beyond a question, tbe most expert master of
invective and one of the most cultivated
orators in the world, waits to look neither to
tbe right nor to the left, to see what party
follows him. He makes his raids on his own
hook, and follows no man’s counsel, but such
is the magoetism of his eloquence that a
large class follow his leud ready to back up
his most extreme statements and arguments,
lie has more eloquence than Garrison, but
less logic. His mission is to destroy; of re
construction be knows nothing. He lias bump
ol reconstructiveness when slavery had been
declared abolished, Garrissou expressed
satisfaction with the result of his mission,
hut Phillips boiled from the anti-slavery
pioueer aud undertook to prosecute the ad
venture father on his own hook. Jle had
not a few followers even in out-gnrrisouing
Garrison, aud his last and greatest lecture
emitted, “The South victorious,” is a step
in advance of anything in the shape of a radi
cal utterance that has succeeded it. It is so
emphatic in its ddfcuneiations of the fact ex
pressed in tbe title he has given the lecture
that, to bis mind, nothing but another revo
lution can redeem the course of which he is
the advocate. But a l evolution is not easily
s.irred up in New England. The people like
mental stimulants; they take a Phillips cock
tail with evident gusto ; they will do many
absurd tbiDgs under the intoxication pro
duced by such powerful tipples, but when
ypu ask them to tear down that which they
and their fathers have labored to create—that
is another matter. GeD. Banks is as unlike,
Phillips as can be, though both are popular
favorities iu New England. Phillips calls
Bauks a “Mountebank," and other sweet
names in his political address. Banks, more
politic, says tioihiug about Phillips iu public,
but may confidentially indulge in the remark
that he is a *‘d—d Ishmaeiite,” Banks is al
ways on guard. If be wears a mask the dis
guise is so perfect that his enemies can never
expose him in season to interfere with his
plans. He is a superb piece of art, from his
look and voice to his polities nod religion, if he
have any of the latter. No man is more popu
lar in New England ; no man is more hated
and feared by tbe extreme radicals. Gen. But
ler who never can gain public confidence be
cause of his sudden political flip-flaps, . has
now joined the hungry pack that are in full
cry against Banks. Bat Butler is nowbere,
and Banks is again at home in New England,
elected to'represent his old district in Con-
Jress, standing upon the same platform with
ohnsoD, appeasing the tastes of the radicals
by throwing an occasional condition over
’board, and carry ing by the vigor of his elo
quenoe, everything before bin). There are
other sub-divisions of tbe Republican party
in New England, bat Banks aud Phillips are !
tlie leaders ot the main wings, and therefore
their expressions are important.
By the way, speaking of Banks—and hav
ing few other topics of interest to write
about—l am reminded of tbe “ tempest in- a
teapot ” that had been raised about the Gen
eral’s citizenship in Massachusetts. Bunks
left his home here in 1861, to take a position
as manager of a railroad in Illinois, and from
that poet was called to Washington and com
missioned as Major General iu the army.—
Certain of tho flies that rido on Sumuer’s
coacu-wheel have called his citizenship in
question, and would have made out u case
against any other man. But Banks always
came down on his feet like a Cat. He ul
ways leaves a loophole to escape from.—
When he left Massachusetts ho retained in
his possession iu Waltham, Mass., bh home
stead, refusing to sell or rent it, snd has
continued to hold It in lhat way from that
day to this. His frieuds laugh ut the idea of
his being anything else hut a citizen of Mas
sschusetts. It seems slso that he hails from
Massachusetts ot> the Army Register. Bul
ler, with all his sharpness, would get tripped
“j* If!, * uc ‘‘ * flutsilon, but Bauks always
providss for the future, and cannot be,
b " b **° "censloned
heN, by the puhi.es,lon of tbe Adum.-Ru*-
•U •orrsspuMlwws on tbe question of dam
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1865.
•ges occasioned by the Alabama, Shenan
doah and Stonewall. Native born Ameri
cans are anxious to redress the insults offer
ed by Englaud while we were quarreliug
among ourselves, and the Fenians see their
golden opportunity in a war betweeu Eng
laud the United States. Such a war would
be severe on us, but severtfMm England, and
the “bully" of nations will not be likely to
risk a couflict with a power united, whose
prowess when divided astonished the world.
No other country could get up such a war
as ours was, and punish both belligereuts.—,
Really we have a rigid, to feel a little good
over the display, and to be proud of each
other. That feeling is growing in this sec
tion, I kuow, and uew motives are given to
it when late Confederate oflic rs retuse to
take command uodtr Maximilian, declaring
that we may have quarrels among ourselves,
but woe to the intruder between us or against
The returned soldiers are beginning to de
maud an installment on that "debt ot grati
tude" which the couutiy acknowledged it
owed them when their services were wauted
in the field. They ask for employment, and
moreover they want employment suited to
their tastes. They wonld ail tike offices in the
Cu.-tom House, but as the number of desks
in that institution is limited, they cannot all
be accommodated. Labor is in g >od demand
aud wages are high, and I suspect that those
soldiers who clamor lor favors are the good
for-nothings who were useless in the field,
and who want to live without labor here.—
They have held oue meeting iu Cuarlestown,
and will hold others throughout the State,
though there are very few returned soldiers
who need lack honorable employment.
The State Constabularv force of this State
are putting through the Sunday Law with a
great of urgency. Their last move was
to shut up the barbers’ shops on Sunday af
ter ID, am., aud to confine the apotheca
ries to tbe sale of necessary medicines. It is
said that they are trying to make the Con
stabulary law as obnoxious as possible to
secure its lepeal, but the nominations for thu
Legislature so lar, have shown no improve
ment towards liberal views in the rural dis
tiicls. The cities will have to get up a re
bellion on tbeir own book, if the rustics
crowd them much larthcr.
We have had quite a Horse Railroad war
in Boston. The Metropolitan Horse Rail
road Company, which controls tbe commu
nications of tiie city to a large #ctcDt, has
advanced its fares from five to
six cents, and indigna’ion . meetings
hare been held ana various plans
broached to destroy the monopoly—not, as
the fellow said, who lost a cent, not that
they care a darn about the ceut, but they
would “like to know where the darned
thing wejjt to.” The company say it went
to pay taxes; the people say it went to pay
lobby fees, aud to buy aldermen, and to
crowd other corporations. Tne couflict is
to be continued.
The world of amusements is very lively
here. Maggie Mitchell is at the Boston
Theatre, drawing crowded houses, as usual.
Mad. Celeste is at the Howard, to be suc
ceeded by Helen Western. The Museum
and Theatre Comique are running with ex
cellent stock companies, and Buckley’s and
Morris Brothers Continue to draw crowds to
hear them. The weather is fine.
Mail contracts WANTED.
Re Establishment of Mail Facilities in
The Post Office Department desires to
furnish the State of Georgia with Postal
service, at the earliest practicable day, until
July Ist, 1866, when the regular contract
proposals for which are now advertised for,
will go Into effect.
Tue Department invites proposals for con
veying the mails until Juue 20, 1860, to all
country seats and other important points not
reached by Railroad communication, nt rates
not to exceed S3 per mile per unnum for
weekly set vied; sls tor semi-weekly, and
s2l for tri-weekly; aud where the importance
of the case requires, S4O for daily service ;
counting the distance one way only in all
■Service will be lurnishcd ou routes, where,
before the war, it was daily, three times a
week; where it was tri-weekly twice aMe k;
and where it was semi-weekly, weekly
service will be allowed.
Proposals should be addressed to “Hou.
Geo. W. McLellan, 2d A-st. P. M Washing
ton, D. C.. and should state they are lor
service to end June 2d 1866.
nov 4 ts
Mr. Editor : Please announce the under
named gentlemen as Candidates for the
offices of Mayor and Aldermen at the next
Municipal election. We have not Consulted
them, but presume they will serve if elicted.
They are not office seekers, and probably
have no friends to reward or enemies to
punisb. __ CITIZENS.
v FOB MAYOR.
MILTON J. BUCKNER.
♦ MONTGOMERY CLAIMING.
A. P. WETTER.
A. N MILLER.
’ S YATES LEVY.
JOHN C. FERRILL.
W. G. BULLOCH. S-nov4
# The Oldest and beat renowned.
Id . FINKE,
66 Liberty Street,
sep!2-3mo NEW YORK.
A GOOD COOK (White; for a .m il family, for
which the highest wages will be paid. Enquire at
li. MEINHARD & BKO,
nov4-2* 106 ) ryaD street.
Dissolution s Copartnership
riMIK finn of Dunb ri & Franc io this <iay dissolved
X by mutual consent, by the withdrawal of T. J.
Dunbar. Ucreau«r the I uslnees will be concluded by
Peter Dunbar and John Franc, under the firm ot Dun
bar Jt Franc, who wil collect all debts and settle ell
claims of the’old fit m of Dunbar* A Franc.
Hilton Hoad, 8. C., Not, Ist, 1806. lw-cov4
A LL persons are hereby forbidden either to cot wood
JK on the land of the estate of James Potter or to
purchase wood cut on the aforesaid land, as they wi 1
be prosecuted ttnbe fullest cxlent of the law.
novs.fi JAS. G. PATTEKbON, Agent.
S 0 UTHERN
Exporting and Inijtorting
rM oaaociatlon Is prepatvd to make advances lo
currency of Gold ou consignments of Cotton,
Nsroi Stores, Lumber, *c„ to their agent In Liver
*Grdsrs solicited for goods from merchants and pt.s
tert. The ttrictest aUomluu will be paid to nil orders
however email, for goads ffom kng snd. France or
(formany. Oor ttavunnah and Olwrieeton Agents,
being salaried make no charge for fvwa.olng either
k way tod will furnish dieulgr oi details,
f ' H* t. lUnli, President,
. _ _ _ ~ JaekaoovUh, m
. Irf T’ V**9*>l. t.uglandi R. g.
fctevafr, ChAifostos. S. (it Uaitry Dry an, gavaini.b,
Ms Imoe . * septa
HILTON HEAR, S. C.,
NOW OPEN TO THE- PUBLIC.
BUIKLY A- BANCROFT. Proprietors.
Knw irj> L Jons, Agent. ts octlO
flonument Square; Baltimore, Hart land.
THIS FIRST <-HS< HOTEL has been newly fur
nished throughout, ami la now ready for lue re
ception of guests.
octfi-lm KIRKLAND & CO.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, N. C.
RIDDELL A RUG G , Pbopbietobs
a. s. zisomx. m. r. a Dee.
TRY ONE POUND.
*** ™ mviJMm*"»
That received u medal ana honorable mention from
the Royal Commissioners, the competion of all prom
inent manolociimrs of “Corn Starch” and “Prepared
Corn Flour'’ of this and other wuntries uotwithstiind
The food and luxury of tho age, without a single
fault. One trial will convince the indit skeptical.
Makes Puddings, Oakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, Jtc.,
without iuinglase. with Jew or no eggs, at a cost as
tonishing the most economical. A slight addition to
ordinary Wheat Flour greatly improves Bread and
Cake It is also excellent lor thickening sweet sauces,
gravies for fish and meats, soups. &c. For Ice Cream
nothing can compare with it. A little boiled in milk
will produce rich cream lor coffee, chocolate, tea, ic.
Put up in one pound pucka* e*. under the trade
mark Muisena, w ith directions lor use.
A most delicious article of food for children and in
valids of all ugee.
For tale by Grocers and Druggists everywhere.
Wholesale Depot, lflfl Fnltou Street.
au23-3m General Agent.
WATCHES. Chains, Diamond Rings, etc., worth
overOneMilltonDollars.au to be sold for Ono
Dollar each, without regard to value. Not to be r aid
for until yon know what yon are to receive.
Buriug the month ending March 31, 18:5, T. & H.
Gaughaf) A Cos. have had tho honor ot distributing
among their patrons, .'lx Hundred and Ninety Gold
aui Silver Watches, at the price ol One Dollar each.
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES!
All to be Sold for One Dollar each .
250 Solid Silver Dining S4>ts, $76 to 300
600 Silver Salvers am Urns, 50 to 260
60 • Solid Silver Tea Sets, complete, 60 to 300
150 Rosewood Musical Boxes, 33 airs, 15 to -60
20J M t hog any Musical Boxer, 24 .sirs, 60 to 200
260 Gold Hunting Watches, 76 to 260
260 Ladies’ Enamelled Gold Watches, 60 to YOU
6(>oGenu’ Hunting Sliver Watches, 36 to 100
6* 0 Open-lace Silver Watches, 26 to 60
250 D amond Rings, so to 100
5000 Photo. Aibun»H, all sizes o to 60
2000 Gold Vert and Neck Chains, 16 to 30
3000 Gold Ovai Band Bracelets, 6to 10
6000 Chased Gold Bracelets Cto 12
2000Chatelaine and Guard Chains 6 to 20
Tuoo So’.itaire and Revolving Brooches, 6 to 10
2ouu LaVi aud J*Weutiiie do 4to 10
tOuO Coral. Opal and Emerald do 4to 10
600 Mos lie. Jet and La\ a Khi drops 4 to 10
7600 Coral and Etueralu Eardrops, Bto 8
6 , k OO California Diana ud Pins, sio 20
. suu California dnrfer Diamond Pins, 3 to 10
3'>>oo net >olitaire Buttons aud binds, 3to lo
3( 0 Gol 1 Thimbles. Pencile, Ac., 3to 8
10000 Lockets, double-glass, 3to 6
6000 not ke.e .or Miniatures, sto 10
3000 Gold Toothpick , Crosses, Ac., 3to 8
5000 plain Gold Rings, 4to 10
6000 chased Gold Rings. 4to 10
lOdOO .'hield ahd Signet V Ings, 3to 10
10000 California Diamond Kings. 3to 10
7. 00 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, *et 6to 10
6000 sets Ladit»’ Jewelry coral, * Sto 12
6eoo «ets Ladies* Jewelry, onyx, 10 to 12
6000 sets Ladies* Jewelry, lava, ]2 to 20
254*1 ret;* Ladies* Jewelry, ra. siic, 20 to 30
luuoo Gold Pens, wuhSd. hold is, 6 to 10
6000 Gold Pens with Gold holders, 6to 12
60 0 Gold Pens and holders, superior, 10 to 16
5000 Silicr Goblets and brinking Cups, bto 10
3< 00 Silver Ca tors and Wine Holders, 16 t<> 60
2uoo Silver Fruit snd Cake Baskets, 20 to 60
Messrs. T. &H. Gaughao A Cos., No. 11C Broadway,
New York, extensive iuanaf.icturvrs and importers of
all the leading and most fashionable styles of
Watches and Jewelry, desiring to increase their busi
ness to au unli" ited extent, have resolved opou a
Great Gift Distribution, enbject to the regulations fol
Certificates naming each article and its value, are
placed in Scaled Envelopes and well mixed, one of
these envelopes will be sent by mall to any address on
receipt of twenty-five cents..
All Ay tides sold at One Dollar each, t cithoal regard
On receipt of the certificate yon will see what you
are goiug to bsv« imd then it is at your option to send
the dollar and take the article or not. Purchasers may
thus obtain a Gold Watch. Diamond King, or any set
of Jewei 17 on our list forT)ue Dollar, mid in 110 ense
can they get less than 011s dollar’s worth, as Uicre are
uoblaulcs._ The price of Certificate* is as follow*, r
One for 26 ccuts ; live for $1; eleven lor ; thirty for
$5 ; sixty-five lor $lO ; one hundred lor sls.
Agents will be allowed ten cents on every certificate
ordered by tne hi providing their remittance amounts
to one dollar. Agents will collect 25 cents lor every
certificate, snd teiml 16 cents to us eiUier iu cash or
T. k H GA.rGIIAN A CO.,
oct2l lm* No. lit; Broadway, New York.
“VSOLPBO WOLF E,”
Reaver Street, New York.
Offers for sale of hie own importations, in bond and
duty paid, the largest stock of Wines Liquora, &c., of
any other bouse iu elite country, comprising iu part of
Gtird, Ilennesy, Pioot Oast i lion, Mot cl, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Braudiee in half, quarter, aqd eighth
casks: alo Ota id and Kouyer, Lafcmlert* uu d Fils
Brandy, in coses of one dozen each.
Udulpho Wolfe's Schiedam in pipes. Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and duty paid, in cates ot
ioue dozen qnsrtsand two dozen pints.
“Whiskty and Ram.”
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in hhds. ted cases oi one
dozen etch. Bourbon Whiskey in barrels sad cases oi
one dozen each.
‘•Jainatcn" and “St. Croix Hum" in hhds. and
cases of one dozen each.
Madeira, Slrerry and Port Wines.
More than twenty different grades, in halves, qnar
tcra and eighth casks, slso in cates of one doses
"■lock, Champagne, Moselle and Claret
From Peter Arnold Mumrn in Cologne, proprietor of
JosnuUbu g estate; J. U. D. Becker Jt File; Eetho
usurer, Bem-cke ACo , Bordeaux Barton A Unerttn
Bordeaux, and from other well known houses in Gar.
many and Prance.
Oue, CoaiuAt-a, Saanmza, Btrrsaa, Moman, Olivo,
Bassov, roasaavse, do
Twsaty-ilve yean’ bndnesa transactions with tfco
Southern Staton pith some at the largest and most
respectable dealers .should be .ufflcleat K north tee that
•very article offered by the advertiser for sale to port
•empire eon be aeon, and cataloged of prices ob
taised, by «ddc easing the above, saga lm
SUPER T XTENDENT*S OFFICE, )
O Savanna fa Ua , October 2T, 18fi3.f
N and after Monday, 30th iu.d. % »* daily
traLi will loave for Augusta at T. 15 a.
m.. connecting with a liucuf liackt* running between
statiou 5 Central Railroad, and Waynesboro ou the
Augusta and u.u;)h Railroad.
Passcuiiers by this hue wid arrivw in Augusta the
next morning after leaving isavornah in time to
winnect with the Georgia kuilroad train for Atlanta.
Reruruing arrive in savannah at 4.45 p. m
F eight to go by Passenger Triiu mn*t be prepaid
and delivered at the Depot the night before.
By order of
GEO. W ADAtab.
SUPi.RINTKNDENT'B OFFICE, 1
Suvanuab, Oct, loth, ISOS. /
This Company Is now, in coniß'ctiou with H. J.
Dicki-reon A Co.’s Wr,pons. prepared to receive and
forward to Aajfneta. Macon, Atlanta Ac., daily from
twenty to thirty thoosa and poudtla of Freight, aud go
through iu from throe to six days.
ship Freight and oilier expenses must be paid by
Sbipiieis. itnilroad freight ean be paid here or at dee
Freight on perishable goodsmuat benrepaid.
~ OEO. W. ADAMS,
_ PItOFESttIObAL C ARDS.
Attorney at Law,
OEFICE NO. 113 BAY STREET,
Vovcr the Herald Reading Room,).
OfCf-tf SAVANNAH, Qa.
Gao. R. Black. Rot es E. Learns.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at ft.l stand of Norwood, Wilson k Lester,
corner of Bay and Barnard street.. nctl4-tf
TRY ONE POUND.
THUS LOU WIN, WM.U.OWUN, TiloS WILSoN,
er OHIO. LATH OOL. g.n.o. or iowa.
CORWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johnston, Corwin ArFinnell.)
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE. 222 F STREET, ntab TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN HEAR OF WILLARD'S HOTEL,
WASHINGTON, D . C .
Will practice In the Supreme Court of the United
Stales, the Court, of Claim., and the Courts ot the
District of Columbia.
Particular attention given to Claims and Depart
ment badness. Officers Accounts adjusted.
suliO . 3 m
THE undersigned, of the bee firm o. Novitt, Lathrop
& Rogers, can be fouud with Messrs. Lm hi op At
Cos., corner Congress and Whitaker streets, where he
will be pleased to see the friends of the old Arm.
. octiih.fi t K. W. UIFbORD.
C. S. BUNDY,
G-eueral A. gout
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Street, Between 13th and 14tu Streets,
(Near Pay Department,;
WasLiugtoii, 13. O.
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fTJIE undersigned having associated themselves to
getber under the firm name oi LaKOCUE, UADEN
& vNCKLRri, for the purpose of transacting a Geno
ral Grocery, ulcl Comuiitrion Business, and having
secured tae Urge and commodious fctore, coiner of
Bay and Barnard streets, are now prepared to receive
any and all consignments made to them. They also
h ;ve extra rooms, suitable lor Dry Goods and F. ncy
Articles, v.hith, ii accompanied by cwnen or agents,
are the best in the city ; from a long experience and
thoroufh acquaintance with the business, they hope
to give entire sulisiuction to all making consignments
Liboml advances made on Cotton. Lumber, Ac. con
signed to them far sale in Savannah, or for shipment
their friends in New Vork, Boston or Baltimore.
Laroche, gaden a unckles.
Isaac D. Lalocus,
Benj. G. Gaden,
David B. Unokles. lm octlO
3500 # TONS
Os best quality, 50x6ft per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWI.E & CO, «
Jut 9 6m No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE AND EMI
GRATION AID COMPANY.
WHO wants Timber and Turpentine Lands f
Who wunt—uthm and Corn Fntmsf-
We have them for sale, in different States Who
wanti to sell Lands t We can se.l thtm. Put them
in our hands.
_ W. H. QI7INCY, 62 Wall street, New York.
C. F JONES, ii. 11. LI E, Thomusville, Gs.
0d24-lra RICHARD F. FLOYD, Jacksonville, Fla.
Grits and Meal.
GILLEM’S MILL RE-OPENED. Having purcimj
>d the entire Interest from Mr 11.1, i I!ein m bis
large and < xlenslve Mills, on the curlier of Hnbcrsha.il
street and Perry street lime. w» ure now prepared to
furniih Grist ai.d Meal at favorable rates. Corn wili
be Bold reasonable. All orders prorapilv filled,
ocul-lm LUDINGTON A HARRISON.
11 am ii‘h Standard Scales.
USED by the United States and. Foreign Govern
ment* for more than
Adapted to any branch of bnf iiiess for foreign or
home markets. Warranted acrurnto and durable.
Sales rooms No. 3 iiarclay-st, near Broadway.
■cpi®. ly K. BROWN. Manufacturer.
B. W. Tilton, Agt.,
FRMERLY Tilton. Worrall & Macy, Southerly
Carriage Wareruoma, No. «10 Broadway, New
Maunlactory— Mount Vernon. N. Y. octd-lm
Corner Ball nnd Cengrtu Streets, under
Screven House, J
IMPORTER and Wholesale Dealer In Ilavana So
gura Leaf and Smoking Tobacco, Al-o, all khida
of Vligmla Chewing and Smoking Tobi.oro. Mer
•rhanm, Brier Root, and aU other kind* of Fancy
Coopery Olcott & Farrelly.
Booksellers and Stationers,
rIK anderalgned have formed a Copartnership
under the name and elyle or Cooper, Oh-otta nnd
yat»ny,fbr tliotran.auiluu of a Wboleealeaad Re
tail Book and Him Mery Business at Ute old aland of
John X C<" pvreota, MMlh-wMi comer of Whitaker
and St. Jntkui Streets,
DAM EL***! lUOTT,
DCOI Vikl'lUt-S FAIISkUY.
DRY GOODS AND CUyrill.VU
LATHROP & CO.,
Corner Congress and Whitaker
W I L L “P®" “and »re prepared to exhibit their
" ▼ 9took of (foods, bought expressly for the South
ern Trade, consisting In pail of—
Ladies’ Dress Goods and Trimmings
Shawls, Ribbons and Buttons
Cloaks, Sacques, Mantillas, Ac
French Merino and Opera Flannel
F onch and English Cambrics
Black Bombasine, Cmhmerc aud Crapes,
and Nainsook Muslin
Biniup and Victoria Lawns
Plaid Jaconets anti Brilliants
India Twills and Swiss Muslin.
French Wrought Muslin Sets
French Wrought Cambric Set*
Real Lace Seta *
Black Lace Veils
U. 8. Lawn and CambricMandkerchlcb.
Hosiery AND Gloves
Ladies’ English White Cotton Hots
Ladies’ English Drown Cotton Hots
Misses’ and Boys’ Cotton Hose
Kid, Stilt, Lisle and Woolen Gloves.
Linen Table Damasks
Doylea, Napkins and Towels
Linen Diaper, Crash and Towels
Bleached 10-4 Cotton Sheetings
Bed Blankets, Irish Linen, &c.
Black Cloths and Casaitneraa
Fancy Casaimeres aud Veslluga
Satinets, Tweeds, So
Brown English Cotton Half Hose
Mixed Merinu Half Hose * -
Fancy 'lies, Paper Collars, Ac.
We will make weekly additions to oar Stock, and
trust in a short time to fully meet the wants of our
LATHROP & CO.
VISITING tho city; we would be pleased to show
otir Stock, which we propose lo sell at fair prices.
OCIK6 lm LATHROP k CO.
To Ladies and Conn try
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Ac., &c., &e..
Remarkably Chany for Cawh,
CAN BB FOUND AT t
A. Reseller rfo Co’s.,
18 BARNARD STREET, COR. CONGRESS LANE,
Comprising a.general Assortment of Foreign aud
Domestic Gauds, Cloaks, Shawls, Ac.
N. B—By strict attention to business, courteous
and honorable dealing with oar customers, we trust
to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
A largo line oi While UoodJ and Linens now open.
I*ATHROP& CO.y •
Corner Cdugrcss and Whltehcr Streets.
WOULD invite the attention of Merchants in the
city lo their block of Goods now upturn ■, via:
White nud Red Flannel,
Figared and Pluin Delaines,
Kinbroiderles and Handkerchiefs,
Linen Goods and White Goode,
Rl-aehert and Brown Shirtings,
Clothe and Caselmeiea,
Ladies'uoa.ery and Geui's Half Hose, Gloves.de.
Ha's and Cape, Cloaks and Shawls.
BOOTS, SHOES AND .HATS.
rpilE subset Iber having formed a Co-partnership
X with Mr. J. 0. Ludlow, under tlio Unit name of
Heldt A Lndlow, respectfully calls the attention of
hie friends and the public generally to (Heir large stock
of Clothing, Furnishing Clouds, Buota. Shoes and
Hats, which they are now opening, and will sell at
Wholesale and Retail, at the old stand of Heldt. Jau
don 4 Cos., Ho, wi iiryau and an at. Julian street, up.
r E. HEIDT.
' *WW# cor. Congress agd W klbdtsi **■
PRICE. 5 CENTS
AT TUB LOWEST RATES.
morris fIRK AND INLAND INSUR
OMMER-JS GOMP’Y % tOtkw
S^ DAR f »o. 00*
octl »f JIUa an <l bry.n streets.
0 * THE
Pliffinit liisnrancc Comp’y,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
and srf t “ ke “ ta ,hc Bbo . va Company on Bniidlng.
and Merchandize of every description at fair rat esi
- £^ 3 ~ 1 - H BBIGtiAM, Agent
TUB as- V
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANB.
CAP,TAt - ....MMN
begs leave to inform tho insuring
Ihei^niS.iw.^ 0 ,0 *‘ ll »' appointed Agont fe?
tne .iixive named Cumpsny, and is ready totak. Ma
nne. River and Fire Risks at cusioinaryTates.
Office at Dctavu- C’ohrm, M Bay^treet.
aaaSjuStof 1 "™ Cohen ’ nnutcr
. • FIN AN( I AI,.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For sale by
*P I6 ’ BRIGHAM. BALDWIN ft CO.
In sums to suit purchasers by
_sep?S-tf E F. METCAI.FE A CO.
PKY POODS «fc CLOTHING.
Blankets § .Flannels.
CLOTng AND CASSIMERES
BLEACHED AND BROWN SHIRTINGS
DAMASK T.VBJ.E CLOTHS
FRENCH MERINOES AND ALAPACAS.
Becelvad aud for sale cheap by
• H. HATH,
00128 Broughton street.
174 Broughton (Street. 174
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, the newest styles,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
WORSTED SHAWLS AND HOODS,
COUNTERPANES, HOSIERY, Ac.
Jast received and for salo at the lowest prWby .
06188 H, HATH.
NEW DEESS GOOES
Lathrop & Cos.
Have jusfopcmd, per Steamship Yakoma
a .choice lot of LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
which are offered at very low price*. •
PLAID POPLIN CHENE, S
ALL WOOL FIG’D DELAINES.
Corner of Congresi and Whitaker Streets.
novl ~ !s SAYANWA TT
STEELE & BURBANK,
11 Merchants Ilovr, Hilton Head, So. Ca
CALL the attention of Wholesale aid Retail pnr
chaser* to their superior stock of 1
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING,
- , AND
.... . furnishing goods,
tUMDd & KIM.
Office No. 154 Bay Street.Sayamiali, Nil
W/ ifc keep on batid and furnsh to order at Msbu
v V , Ltamrera’ Prices,Engine,Foot and Hand Lathesb
rl nee, Trnlla Chucks. Bolt * utters, Gen C ntters.
Wood A M nn "Portable Engines," Hoisting En
gines, Wood Working Machinery of every description.
Stationery Steam Fmilnes and Boilers. Cotton Qlns
and Preeece, Saw Mills, Rice Mills, Grist Milla Circu
lar and Mill Sawe, Rnbber and Leather Pelting and
1 nose. Gearing, shafting. Hangers and Pnllles, Hy
draulic Jacks and Punches Pumps of ell kina*. All
kinds of Wood and iron Working Machinery and
"Est for the West Point Foundry, E. A. W'ood’a
Steam Gauge aud Boiler Feeders
gar* bund for a circular.
COMSTOCK A KINSEY, •
No. 114 Bay atrest,
ocH-fn-ThAS-'n Savannah. Ga
THOU. W. liItOOKM
FURNITURE AND CSNERAt
asA OMk at real, FhUaAsliihU, Fa,
N. H —All OMUKItN sent hy Mall promptly «t