The S»»a«nali Dail) Herald.
WHY COI'VIitIBI RKCOVEK R\PiO
LT FROM A STATE OF OEVAsTA.
This is tbe tkle of one of the sections of
“Mill’s Principles of Political Economy” in
which he illustrates with equal novelty ami
success why countries which have Ih-cii ih
vastated by war, earthquakes, floods, hur
ricancs &c . (and he might have added con
flagratioos,) rapidly recover from the dev as
tation they occasion. He says :
“The perpetual consumption and repro
duction ol capital allbrds the explanation ot
what so oiten excited wonder, the great ra
idkv with which countries recover lrent
state of devastation , the disappearance,
ia a short time, of all traces ot tutschie!
done by earthquakes, floods, hurricanes and
the ravages ol war. An enemy lays waste
bv fire and sword, and destroys or carries
olf nearly allthe moveable wealth existing
in it, ail the inhabitants are ruined, and vet
in a few years after, every thing is lunch as
it was betorc. This vis nature has
l>eeu a subject of sterile astonishment, or
has been cited to exemplify the woudei
lul strength of the principle ot saving, which
can repair such enormous losses in so Ifiel
au interval. There is nothing at all won
derful iu the matter. What the em uiy have
destroyed, would have been destroyed in a
little time by the inhabitants themselves ;
the wealth which so rapidly reproduced
Would have beeu needed iu any case, and
probably in its short a time. Nothing is
cliauged, except that during the reproduction
they have not uow the advantage of consum
ing What had heeu produc 'd previously.—
The ]x>ssibility oi'a rapid repair ol their dis
asters. ntaiuly depends on whether the
country has been depopulated. If its etl'ec
live population have been extirpated at
tbe time, and are not starved afterwards; then
with the same skill and knowledge which
they had before, with tlieir land and its per
manent improvements timlestroyed, ami the
more, durable builiiiugsprobably unimpaired,
or only partially injured, they have nearly
all the requisites for their former amount of
production. It there is as much of iood left
to them, or of valuables to buy iood, as en
ables them by auy amount ol privation to
remain alive aud in working condition, they
will iu a short time have raised as great a
produce, and acquired collectively as great
wealth and as great a capital, as be ft uv; by
the mere continuance of that ordinary
amount of exertion which they are ace us
turned to employ iu itbeir occupation. Nor
does this eviuee any strength in the princi
pla of saving iu the popular sense of the
term, since what takes place is not intention
al abstinence, but involnutary privation.
Yet so fatal is the habit of thinking
through the medium of only one set of tecli
nival phrases, and so little have studious
men to value themselves on being exempt
from the very surne mental infirmities which
beset the vulgar, that this simple explaua
tiou was never given (so far as I am aware)
by auy political economists betortf * Dr.
Chalmers, a writer, many of whose opinions
I think erroneous, but who has always the
merit of studying phenomena at lirst hand,
aud expressing them in language of his ow n.
which often nnebVtSis aspects of the truth
that the received phraseologies tend to
iu the above statement it will be perceived
that the repair from the waste and devasla
tmn ol war depends on three conditions, Ist,
that the country laid waste is not depopu
lated. ltd, that it has the same skill aud
knowledge as before, and ;!<l, that it is di*
posed to continue the same amount of exer
tion as before. If neither of these prerequi
sites to reproduction is absent, the conclu
sion is irresistible that reparation will soon
1 ake place—the country devastated by war
“will in a short time will have raised as great
a produce aud acquired collectively as great
wealth and ns go at a capital as before.
But as labor is the principal element iu the
process, it that is wanting, the elfect de
duced by Mr. Mill will hot take place.
His explanation is theoretically just an 1
his deduction philosophical. There are
many examples in the modern history of
Europe of the rapid repair of the waste
caused by war. Since international hosliii
ties have been com hie ted on principles of
civilization, tire devastation caused by war
has been rapidly repaired—where the pojft
latiou is not extirnated nations soon recu
perate, aud reproduction goes ou as before.
The description of Mr. Mill applies to the
• late ot Europe, with its industrial system and
social relations. It has no pertinence to
< ountries in which compulsory labor is the
chief Element of production. If this system
had eoutinued there is no doubt that the
Southern States would have rapidly repaired
the waste of war by precisely the same pro
cess that capital' accumulates iu Europe'
after the most destructive wars. The scheme
of voluntary labor has only commenced, if
and should be found to work well the ecouois
iCkl laws Applicable to European States will
apply as well to the Southern section of the
American Union as to those States.
The Hatties Heuei.lion at as Knla—Xlu;
New ork Herald's correspondence lroin Uie
West ludics communicates tbe tact tliat the
Haytien rebellion has at last collapsed. 4 This
news wus brought to tit. Thomas by the
I uited States gunboat Kansas, lieutenant
Wells commanding, who, in conjunction
with the United States Consul, Folsom,
seems to lmve taken an important part in
bringing matters to a ,crisis. For some
months past the insurgents, under Sal have,
nave been besieged in the town of Cape
Haytien. and at the date of last accounts
previously received were reduced to such a
condition of starvation that Hour sold tor
twelve hundred dollars 'a barrel, and bread
tor lour dollars a loaf. Consul Folsom came
near falling a victim to their lawlessness
‘ oa ‘ belonging to the American government
was seized, and in other respects the Aiueri
<an nag was violated. This led to prompt
action on the part of the Consul and Lieu
errant 'Veils, and a hint about resorting to
extreme measures brought the rebellion to
1 ground. On the 2d inst., wlicn the
aneiS til ,V CliptJ llll ytten, it was agreed to
nubl f TK° USUIu - eJ auUui,il »'•-' of the re
Fawn neo r ’ “ pl:liu ot ll,t ' H,uisl ‘ S'lnhonl
ano l ni , l' a,u^ rt " ill ‘ ‘•'ousul Folsour
lieutenant Wells throughout this affair.
Ittra.KLs *ao Fubi umek is Tesni ssek
,md abandoned "
says the stale laws 0V«, ) nr,.,.7i. i ~,
recognised by the Uu,v„u . -," 1 !
tinction of color is made i, ’ ■ le ‘ ', u * ili< T
the laws applying to wnm™.V** 11,, lv is
to colored children. Othecu m u
men's Bureau are regarded rm '*
orphan minors of Ireedmeu "hff?"* 1,1
peclive districts Bach parish ,us
shall cure lor and provide 1 01 iu
The vagrant laws made lor th-e
■ n sane, will be extended to IrcChn?" I
Warren & Platner,
WHOLESALE dealer. In all kinds of mame .i,«
' ” fine Paper, Envelops, Twines audPnpei Hex*
• Jule Agsuu, lu this l ily for lltu Rti.'i Puger .Mills
Tffo inglWit C“s| l prices n.ihl for Hags old It ..pc
SEfoSS*? 11 * tn large nr small
°*' J " u *!'< Haysuv.ii, tUv win ih, tta
'H||| MAHKKhH Kluur
I<*l IBM* Milt) Ilia
” yl 1' '*4* ' " l “ 1 M <*•
’ J<A*.Dfci4, *OO I
SEA ISLAND HOTEL
HILTON HEAD, 8. C.,
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
nrVKI.Y x htSi CROFT, Proprietor*
Eo»an LJomilßit ts ortiu
(r LOB E liom. I
A iijriisl ;i, (»«'•»•
fIUIFOLDUI OBr Hotel, <■»«><■■ Hnua! ami Jack
I ».n ter.ste. I| 111.*' I'.l-I'l III.' lii.li' »'• w.
<• U.iur., Lit,, ui tin- 11. «111 II I. • • »«.. Inwhee"
IllOlnughly rvunviUi J, tea * *"' lv ”W a * I” 1 ”” ‘ * l '
tin. ol \ti» lit-- i-iiy lb «ill lx- mute hrqq.j
Iu sue I,is nl i 1.1.-a.i am! C" loo*- I'UbliC g l.
...ally nl 111.-11.... * '«<*•’ ",1-y »111 receive . very al
t-.-ntiiin ami nil . I »"li lie- rei> IH-.-4 accimuuo.lalii.il
lit,. «-Hinlrv cal) «■«• •*«!.
U < IIK WITT, Proprietor.
, i <. 11 loitn. < leiL ii 5: nt
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C*.
RIDDELL A RUGU, Psofeietoks
t. s. an.iiEi.i- a. v. Br**e.
WATUII U& Chains, Diamond etc., worth
over One Million Dollars, all to In-sold iui One
Dollar each, without regard to value. Not to be raid
for huUI youkuaw jtlial >«*u an* to receive.
During the mohiH ending March al, T. A 11.
(hiif/hiiii A Cos. htive littd the honor of disti ibuting
among their pttrons, .'ix Handled and Ninety (iold
and Silver Wniches, ;it the price of One Dollar each.
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES!
All to l>o Sold tor One Dollaroaeh.
250 Solid Mirer Di i nag Seta, s*6 to aoo
500 Silver Snivel b and I'run, ao to 2.*0
4M Solid Silvei Tea Sett*, complete, 60 to 300
1.0 Ro*ewobd Musical Boxes, '■& airs, 75 to 250
200 M:ihoi r ;tn> Muvicai Boxes, 24 uirri, 50 to 20a
260G01d Hunting Watches, 75 to 260
280 Ladies’ Enamelled Cold Watches, 50 to 2(H)
SOOUent*’ Hunting Silver Watches, 35 to 100
500 Open tar <* Silver Watches, 25 to 60
250 Diamond Rings, 60 to lot)
SUUO Photo. Album*. all lee* 6to 50
2000 («o|d Wst :m«l N. ulv Chain*, 15 to 30
JhHM) Wold Oval Hand Hi acolets, 6 to to
5000 Chased Gold Bracelets 6to 12
20uo(Imtelaiiiti an.l Guard Chains 5 to 20
7uoo Solitaire and Revolving Brooches, 5 to 10
2000 Lava and jPloreiitmc do 4to lo
mm mi (\.ral. Opal and Emerald do 4to 10
6uuo Mosaic, Jet and Lava Kuidrops 4to lu
.6()'* Coral aud Emerald Eardrops, 3to 8
6iNNi Cidihiriifc* Diamond Pin*, 5 to 20
u(ni California ( In-ter Diamond Pins, 3to 10
jimim set Solitaire Hutton* and Stud*, 3to In
3etH» Gobi Thimbles. Pencils', &c. v 3to 6
10000 Lock, is, donbl*‘-glass, 3to 6
6000 l.fH ki i* tor Miniatures, 6to 10
ilhmi (iohl Toothpick , Crosses, &c„ 3to S
fioiMi phdu Gold Rim's, 4to 10
6000 chased Gold King*. 4 to 10
lootM)*hit‘ld aud Signet ftinßs, 3to 10
lotHHi ( ulifot nla Diamond Kings. 3to 10
704 H) get* Ladle*’ Jewelry, : et sto 10
(HU) *eta Ladies' Jewelry, coral, 3to 12
s<mmi seta Ladies Jewelry, onyx, 10 to 12
5000 si ts Ladies' Jewelry, lava, J 2 to 20
25(H) .set* Ladies' Jew. lr>, m« >*aic, 20 to 3u
LHJOOGoid Pieiis, with Sil. hold is, 5 to 10
60110 Gold IV’iis with Gold ladder*, 6to 12
60 o Gold Pens and oolder*, superior, lo to 15
«m» .SilverGoblet* and Drinkini; Cups, sto 10
3000 sdver Car tors and Wine Holder*, 15 to 50
2«K) Silver Fruit and Cake Basket*, 20 to 60
Messrs. T. .V 11. Guughan & Cos., No UC Broadway,
V \v Voi k, extensive manufacturer* and importers ot
.•ill the leadin r and mf«st ia*hiouabh» .styles of
Watches and Jewelry, desiring to Increase their bnsi
to an uidindted extent, have resolved upon a
Great Gift DisinhuUoi*, auhje«*t u» the regulation* fol
Certificates naming each article and itsvalme, are
pla< *‘d in Sealed Envelopes amt well mixed, one of
chi'se enveloped mil be sent by mail to any addres-t on
receipt of U\» nty live vents.
All Art kies sold al One Dollar each, without regard
Gi» ioceipi ol the certitioate you will see what you
•ne Koine to have, aud then if is at youroptioit to semi
I Ik- dollar anil lake the article l or not Puj chasei H may
thus Ol)tail) a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring, or auy set
h»| Jewelry on our list for om- Dollar, and in no case
can they get loss than one d<•liar's worth, a* there are
no hi a Him. The price of (.’ertifleite* i* :w follows:
One n»r J'» fiMilh : live for $l ; eleven for $1; thirty for
4>6 ; rtixty-live for $lO : one humlrod for sls.
Aueni' will he allowed ton contson every certificate
•or»tered l>y Uiein, pi'ovidiuu; their remittance amount*
d'diur. Agents will collect 25 cent* tor every
eertilicate. aud remit ls» Cents to its either Hf cakh or
T. .V J 1 (JApGHAN A CO.,
oct‘.*l Ini’ No. 110 Broadway, Now Yolk.
U. S ALLEN & to.,
ii-.;* .v im wtmu st
and machinery of au kinds,
fimall Tvolufur (he Fa un ami Garden, such ux -^Midet^
tt/wiMUy Ih**, Forks*, Hakes, •diamond for Gras*
Hooks, M'lithc*. Srii th-St one*, and Agricul
tural Hardware in general.
We offer, also, a largo assortment of our own mauu
faclure of Hay ('utleis, CoflV o and Grain Mills, Sugar
Mills tor Grocers' use, Store Truck* of varied* pat
terns. Road Scrapers, Wlkeelbarrow*, &c.
} KerliUi/.ors ol all kind*, such as Coe'* Superjihos.
idiate ot Lime, pure Grouuil Bone, Peruvian Guano,
Every vaWable Aim-i;ii-ivu Xml t’.ii.-igp viulety «l
Vetfel Jilt, FiuvA.r anil Cil isi- Nvxl -m.l IflcKl Uriilu Ituit
lino (iroveil mirtliy of ciillivaiiou, (frown anil Heloctnil
oxfjiMß ly lor our trade.
Sales made in bulk, perimnnd or huahal, or in >-inall
packet^.for n-taiUng, Ivy the Immlred or UtonsAnd.
bv.(»l2 iaw kmo
Family Dye Colors.
Ot*(ul>cr Ul, 1no;<,
ftlflciv Dark Green
Black for Silk l ight Green
Dark Blue Magenta
Light Blue Maize
lrem It Blue Maroon
Claret Broun Orange
Dark Brown Pink
Light Brown Purple
Soull Brown Royal Purple
Cherry Ha linn
Dark Dial* Slate
Light Drab SolterlLo
Fawn Drab Violet t
Light Awn Drab Yellow'.
For Dyeing Silk, Woolen and Mixed lb tods, Shan Is,
ScarlV. Urcssc«, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets
Hal**, Feathers, Children's (lothing,
mim! all kinds oi Wcariug Apparel.
C JT A SAVING OF 80 PER CENT.
For 2» cents yon can color as many goodft as would
otherw i-c otsf five times tlmt sum. Various shades
«**■»»• he produced from the same tlyc. The pri«ee**is
Fioiplc. and my one cun use the Dye with perfect
atrtVess. Direct ions in English, French and German,
inside ot each paclmgu.
HOWK & BTEVRNS,
n ‘-00 Hroadway, Boston.
bor sale by druggi-iB ;unl dealers generally.
Corner Hull and Cungn u min t Is, under
I MPOKTKR and Wholesale I lealer In Havana Se
* beat and Smoking Tobacco, Also, nil kinds
ot Virginia Chewing and Hmokiog Tobacco Mer-
Khaum. liiiei Root, and all other kinds of Fancy
1 ipcs. sep3o-3m
IWWK & him
, MACHINERY DEPOT,
lotceHuMßaj Street.Savannab lia.
w *tar isi.a.xs.S'JS.'jiSK
WiMut jt ' hui'u» Unit Critters. U"«i Gutters.
KhUnt*." Hoirung Mn
si .1i...,.vv su »?'£!' *?“' of every dmeri|itlou,
and l-rivs . s,"
Ur and Mm «,rft **«'»• <*roa
llosc Ik,trine. rU„.fl| ll ,‘ i, 1 b aUior ItelUng and
draull J,„ Puf.Uws V-J!T' ™ i'"'!. Wj!?’ 'ft,
ktnda of WIHHI and l« wS, u 1 m"*' Al
Hiiiyllea. woUclU|» Maihlnery and
AifrnU lor the VV« .t Point F,, u , u i,„ „ . u ., „
Hlea.u Uuage and Holier F.ssUr. *’ K A ' W " tMl *
Mf’HkMi FOIf A I I If. I,All .1
tTHIMTOCK A KIMMCY,
I odUTu.TUtM.ui "“’“te.Tifo
j ANDREW CLERK A GO.,
4« MAHO N LANK, NEW YUKK.
,(ILK ILF.VI'S AMD IMHIIITKII*.
OCR former customer* will had a >fdu< tion in gold
pi ire* of the Ncedic*. while the quality i* alw*y
i kept up to the highest standard known to Kngli-h
. A. (’ A Vo., respeftfhlly solicit a renewal of th«
iueii antile reiatioua so long aud fuv«»ratdy esteemed
I iij thcii hoo*«-. au2s 3m
LNOCH MORGAN'S SON'S
No. 211 Wasliington-St.,
m-ol'J NKW YORK. Sm
PUSEY, 3ONES & CO.,
MANUFA( TURK Iron Steamboat* Steam Engines,.
Boilers, Machinery for Saw Mills. Ac. Having
had long experience iu mndneas and being pi ovid* and
with very extensive lacilitie* for doing work of ihi*
data, are piepared to execute order* with despatch,
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 Conrtlauilt Street, New York.
MANITFACTURKKS OP ALL KINDS OP
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS
Bridge, Car, Ship or Baud Hook,
BOIL ER BOLT ,
SETT SI REHS. (OACH OR I,At! SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts.
ROUND AND SQUARE WASHERS,
IrnrulvnckleH, J3oit Knda, Tap*
and Dies, Arc*.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOOOMOTIVEB, CARS, RAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every -description, and
every article used iu constructing
or operating Railroads.
COAL OIL, TALLOW, WASTE PELTING, HEMP,
AND RUBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VAKNISH, &o.; ENGINEERS’ TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS.
WIRE, INSULATORS, BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Also Manufacturers of the
BEST OAK TANKED BELTING.
MACHINERY, LATHS, PLANERS,
DRILLS, PUNCHES AND SHEARS,
stea m engines, station
ary' AND PORTABLE
A Trinmpli in Mechanical Keieuee.
|t| ANUFAGTUItD under two distinct patents, *>f
krl entirely *‘oi»Ral coustruction;" doee not Infringe
•many other muuine. This extraordinary achieve
meat «)f niechnniul mKenuity works upon a T»*blc<
u>e« the stiaihihtNeedle, imtkeM the useful Hau l
Btitcli, at the 1C Stitches to each evolution of
lie wheel, willTuk, Sh.rr, Oilnp, Hem, Huflie, Ac ,
with wouderihl seed, accuracy and neatness, will
hiw with Double nd Hlnglejlhread of all Linds, is
Mtroug, and can nc get out oflonler, and Inis received
the full approval ('tlie priiai|:il journals and all who
have used them.
'i'his mncliiut wu ks tike a <»ann and Hews m at and
rapid. ICvery faml.v requireßMiu.**—-aV. r. Huriif.
“F»*r thcDrcssinikci it is inWluahlu, for the Housts
hold it.supplies a vacant plov.”-«<;«xlff/\s Ltuliea*
“It uses acoiiviion needle, HfVs very r.tpidly, anti is
so easily undersfuod that a cluk can use it.” —A r . O.
Single machines sent to anylart of the country per
express, packed iu box with nuted instructions on
receipt of the price— $lO. Sal delivery guaranteed.
wanted everywheß*. prcului containing lib
eral inducements sent free.
AU orders must lie addffss
Ten Uollur dtlvtu. >l. bine ('ampnnjr,
36, 3k and, 40 A l street,
THE undersigned promises t ure
in all its worst forms without tjune of medicine
Please send for my Circulur, closing 10 ce nts for
postage. Address I. M. KIiS.sELL,
oetlO Um I Boston. Mass.
rIE t’o-pmtnf rship he ret re existing between
.lACIvStOiA W AKIU.K K s, on the JOUt iiep
h inber dissolved by mutual i sent. The tuisiness
w ill hereafter be eomlueted I he undersigned, w ho
will i>e happy to receive a < tinnauce of tiie pa
tronage bestowed on the 1 linn of Jackson A
N’arrock. la. WARRtxiK.
Notice t« Ilffllteniieß.
THE undersigned are pie and to receive Consigu
m< nts of Lumber, of un uaatity or quality, for
sde in this market or lor shi ?nt North,
Gash advances ni.olc when quired. Our facilities
for procuring suitable vessi for shipments are un
AOENTS IN A VANN AH
VAN HORN, HOLY iKA NUIIRAY.
AgfiitH in N«w Y*»rk, Mo Holyoke A Murray. 47
South street. ts octlC
O K ItltcbN INK, n .ml ul «S M tier gri«« 16
KtO Ilowu AriibliC* \V Jg Fluid, |>hit«, at $1 |.t
• loecii, For anl« I
lIUJC A I.KAt'll
I* ts tor hiyiuflcct uittl Mm Ucl linin'.
I ioker’J liit ters,
Tliu did..l übd beat rifwit.
I L. FIIDK K,
00 Libejy Street,
MgtlUMiu I New tUMK.
t oMMMMON MICH«’HAHTS,
F. M. MYRELL,
UEXKKAIi COM MISSION AND FOR.
WARDING »KHt RANT,
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, OA.
HairU* Building*, 2ddo«>rw<*t of A. low A Co.'s.
Refers to flnnter A Gamine If, Cnne. John
-ou x Graybill; Bell. NVylly A Both well A
V\ hitehead; Miller, Ttiom )* A' t'»*.: M A. Cohen,
TOBIAS HEDRICKS & CO.,
Ooiniii issiion 3lcrchnn t s,
N" e w V o rk.
CHTTAVITS CX>HffN will make liberal advance* on
•ny con*ig*jment* made to the alnive house.
Wm. H. Tison. Wm. W. Gouuon.
Tison & Gordon.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
No. ‘Hi BAY STREET,
Bayaknah, ------- Georgia.,
»p**cial attention will Ihj given the sale ol Lumber,
liosin, Turpentine, A.,
O. M. bORRKL, A. O. BOKKKI.
SHIPPING, Commission and Ponvarding Meichants,
’ ’ Sat Bay street. Savannah. Ga.
References; Messrs. 11. K. Corning, Son k. Co* N.
Y.; Messrs. Peter V. King & Cos.. N. V : Messrs. Fish
er, Brothers A Cos., Baltimore ; Messrs. B. Jk W. Welsh,
Philadelphia; National Bank, Savannah, Ga.; Francis
Sorrel, Esq , Sav nnah. Ga ;f’lma. Green, lieq., Savan
nah, Ga.; T. R. Bloom, Ksq., Macon, Ga.
net 17 Jni*
D. H. BALDWIN A CO.,
COMMISSION MK RCII CH,
17S Pcavl Stmt, New York.
D. H. Bg.dwin,)
J F Cummings./ orlc *
_oct4-3ni q M UL |l‘i'os% i Havarnali.
A. S. llartridge,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
!>2 BAY STREET,
JAMES B. CAHILL,
AMD DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Wines
171 BROAD STREET,
HOLDRRS ofMerchaudize w ishing to realize imme
diately will consult their interests by consigning
t he same.
Strict attention will be given to all Imaines* en
trusted to them, and prompt returns made at the
ui* • -t reasonable rates. .-epi-3m
JOHN L. VILLALONGA,
FOItW.UtDI.VG AND COMMISSION HER.
No. *VT Bay Streot,
octltt, _ _ r,m
Henry L. Jewett. Jam eh 1. Snider.
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND
Second Street, Macon, Georgia,
(Between Cherry and Poplar.J
Prompt personal attention given to all consign
ments of cotton, produce, man u lac lures and other
articles of merchandise. Orders and consignments
solicited from nil parts of the country. Host attention
given to orders lor purchasing cotton.
Agent* for several first class Insurance Companies,
rift ts ■
C. H. BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 86 Uvoad Street, New York,
Produce aud Flour Commission
Dealer* in Provisions, Butter, Cheese, &c.
Special attention to Sc*nthem Orders
Consignments on General Merchandise solicited.
TO SHIPPERS OP COTTON AND OCHER
FKNNKH, BENNETT * BOW'MAN,
Sur.vtj.urM lo Hotchkiee, Funner A Bennett.
COMMISSION M ERCHAN T 8 ,
NO. JO VSBKY Si Ul:i. I,KW YokX.
And Memphis, Tuna.
Tuomab Fknnku, Hksuv Bunnki'T, D. W. Bowman.
CIIAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
Sliippini; CoinmiHMion uitd Forwarding
Al K il C H A N T S .
JONBB HLOOK, OOIINER DAY AND AHRRIK>IIN STREET
UIB E R A i C CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments o the firm of Caxs. L. Coluv,
of New York, or to our friends in Boston.
MAUDE & WRIGHT, Agents at Augnsta, Ga.
Messrs. Dabnev, MBrgun & Cos , New York.
Jarivs Slade, Esq., New York.
ITu'i;. J. Wiley Edmands, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. sop 18 tt
Woodward, Baldwin A to.,
HO Duuiu- Street, New York,
9 and 11 Hanover St., Baltimore*
DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advance* made on Consignment?, Sheeting?,
( teimburgß and Yarna. _ jyis
SCRANTON & MAGUIRE,
Shipping anil Commission Merchants,
4S EXCHANGE Tt.ACE,
N K AV YORK.
Lilieral advances made on Consignments of Cotton,
Tiilmcco,and other Souilieru Produce. Orders for the
purchase of Geods iu New York promptly attended to.
Scranton, Smith &, Co
s Johnson A Graybill.
A. Champion I 1 lw* nov4
John I. mm & a,
Forwarding mid Conunissioii
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Omuls, Groceries, Ac.,
NOS. 1 AND 2 SAMMIS’ BLOCK,
Bay Street, .Irnksmivillß, Florida.
JWO. B. BAMMIS. Kl*. O. BAMUia. OUAB. 1.. MATiIEK
A. T. CUNNiMmj AM. D Q rCRSF
CUNXIXI.MAM & PURSE,
iaactobs, forwarding ani* commission
c MKItCIIANTs, No. 4 Bloddurd'e Dower Stores,
Buy stieet, Savaniiah. Ga.
Mefonmces—Kola. Ilulnirslism * Hon\ Hunter A
Gammell, OeUvua'kitfon, Brigham, UaMwlii A Cos.,
Erwin A Harden, TMaghoru A Ciiiinlnuh.nl.
fn nil kinds ul
FOREIGN AND HOMEt-TU: FRUITS xnnPROUUCK,
Wwtf W euiisiiToN Mai kkt,
Upponllc I*3 Wist it., Bulkhead iMitwuun Barclay and
IVtuli*]*, Apples alui onloua ron.untly on hand, and
pul up lor lh« tk ml hern market
AII i iiti.iKiiiucnt* promptly uili nkut tu.
HT Uelors to A. 1,. Bradley, A. Haywood, T. J.
Walsh, amid. H Faraow.
COM Ml UNION MKRtHANTM.
1 J.T. THOMAS & CO.,
117 Hay Htreet.
FIRE, MARINE AND LIFE
; Taken at as Low Rate* aa arc accepted by any good
( "nip.my. QCtU-lfli
CORN Bit OK 1
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’PALLON & CO„
Forwarding A t nininissinn
RESPECTFULLY invite attention to onr facilities
for the purchase or movement of Southern
Products, and will give prompt attrition to all husi
tiess ( litru tcd to onr care. Intending to c»tnl,li,h
perm incntly a House in Savannah expect by strict
huemess principles to merit aud receive a portion of
Having a commodious Warehouse for Cotton, we
are preiiared to buy, or receive ou consignment to onr
friends in New York or Europe, and will make ad
vances on same ; picking, re-baling or mending all
Cotton lictorc shipping, thereby saving the enormous
expense incurred in No, thorn cities by this process.—
They solicit a portion of the business ol‘ the people
of Georgia and of adjoining States.
OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OP BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS,
tVP~ Post Office Address, Lock Box 25. oct7-3m
BACON, CLARDY &CO.
Cotton ami Mima Factors,
REPRESENTED IN SAVANNAH BY
WE do entitely a Commission Business, exerting
ourselves to get the outside maiket quotations
for our tuiti on*.
Liberal advances made on Cotton at Savannah, and
partial advance* on Colton ready lor shipment at Au
gusta, Atlanta and Maron.
Planters’ orders filled. octl2-lm
Van Horn, Holyoko & Murray,
General Commission anil Forwarding
No. !) Sfoddard’s Block,
11 AY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Ciias. Van Hoen, Holyoke «fc Murray,
Savannah, 6a. New York.
Engaged exclusively in #Coiiimission Busmens,with
ample and first class Storage Room, we nu>4 reapect
fully tender our services lor (he purchase ami sale of
all kinds of merchandise. octll-3m
E C. WADE. 8. 11. WADK.
E. C. WADE & CO.,
octlC 3 m
AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandise
and Cotton. octll-lm
MACKY, BEATTIE & GO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
203 and 205 Bay Street,
_ SAVANIN All, Ga.
OFFER FOR SALE the following Goods, on the
niosi reasonable terms.
250 bids Whiskey, Mountain Dew l
100 “ ‘' Buckeye Reserve |
“ “ Stag Bourbon ~, ,
-<• “ “ '/years old Stag Bonbon „ A of
20 “ o Fine Apple
50 " “ Burkum’s ltourbon I Distillation
15 “ “ Old Family Rye |
16 “ “ Old Rectified J
Togothu- with tt large assortment of Port, Bhcrrv
and Madeira " incs, Heklslck A Cos., and Reymoud’s
( hanipagues. Brandies, Gins, Knms, German A
Itidgeway Bitters, Ac.
In connection with the above, we offer for sale
Choice Family Flour, Bacon Sides, Shoulders, Lard,
Liberal advances made ou consignment to
sepß9-3m PHILADELPHIA, Pa.
196 BAY STREET,
. SAVANNAH, GA.
A. W. SIARBUCK i CO..
OJ- E NT F, R A I,
111 Aiuitk YY'ulcr Street,
Careful .-seb etums on all nriltfes f»>r the l*ur
chatK' of Goods, and Coußiguim-nts respectlully Bolic
>ted. i m octal
OEO. I». FOWI.K. WM. E. lIOY. llUOli RICE
FORMERLY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA.,
Com mission Me re hunts.
Importers of Railroad Irou aud Dealers in
Office, 70 Broadway,
o«y , * fim |
w. B. & T. E. RYAN
Fo rw u r «11 u n M**rvli an tm,
Lhai'leaUin apil New York,
W U ',Vif, U ‘;“ rt , U .', hlll |uneul and Furaarditiii of
all kinds «■( 1 induce, and will keen ou hand an
amairtuienl ul Grn.urli'a, Wiuea uud Uimura.
/ | Tan*. K Nr »*.
#n Raat U«y, V J 44 BmveraUroet,
tfoulesba, I ) Maw York,
LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO.,
I'i J It i’ <» ti <t w' uy,
| * AND
A|j«tiai( Alhmiic Const IHuil
Advance, made on Consignments by
JNO. K. WILDEII,
octiS 21 Savaunah.
.WM. R. SYMONS,
Ocncral Commission Merchant,
NO. a WALDBUHoy rangL,
On the Bay, in the building oc’ upk-dby Messrs Guer
rard A Prrrilf.
pAgeta for the New Xiuglaud Fire luiiuauce Com-
Also Agtent F)r Hewitt's Patent Screw Wrench,
R.-tercncea in Savannah-Henry Biigham, Era A
E^“‘ ion ’ **•’ M
In New York—Sam'l L.Mitchell, E-q„ Chas. A. Par
!**• J’/ H- Baldwin, Esq., Wm. Backee, Esq., at
Bank North Americr. H ’
Coiteignmepta solicited. lw-nov3
J. f. relrutos. j. e. Tucxeit.
PATERSON & TUCKER,
(Formerly <l. T. Paterson & Co* of Auga*ta, Ga.)
General Commission, Forward"
mg and Shipping Merchants,
No. » Stoddard's Lower Uangc,
OPPOSITE MAPiINEIi’S CHTTROH, BAY STREET,
IfAVK made arrangement* for Shipping Uotton, Tim
** “*• }<“■«• •*>■, to first class houses iu Europe and
New York ,
Will make liberal advances on all eonaignmeuts.
eion " " ' u^luu * se ß Timber or Lumber on Uommis-
Wc h ive facilities for obtaining Charters for Vessels
at moderate rates. •
Personal attention will he given to the receiving,
lo: warding and to the sale* ot all merchandise entrust
ed to om- care. We have a commodious warehouse
References—Dow dug ,fcCo.. London : Gibbs, Bright
* V u -> Liverpool; Bradford & Relink, New York ;J.
te Layby & Cos., Philadelphia ; Janies Oakes, Boston;
L. i. ultte, CbarltsKm. S. R. H. May, tMayor.j Au
gusta Ga ; Geo. R. Crump Jfc Cos., Augusta, Ga.; Hal
sey, W atson &' o . Savannah, Ot;.; u. 11. Thomson,
Columbus, Ga.; ,lames Gann Us Son. Richmond, Va.-
( lay I on, Auair & Purse. Atlanta, Ga. novß
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
Collection and Commission Agcucy,
liandl.- Southern land and prop -rty of all ileseliptions
Parties wishing to silt are invited lo forward lint*.—
Numerous applications now ou file from parties wish
Make collections on all part* of the country.
Pay especial attention to the Bale and disposal of
Southern products, ami make advancca on direct
MATTHEW H BRIDGE, Manager,
No. 9 Broad at.. New York.
REFERENCES IIY PERMISSION :
Hon. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
P. Harmony, Nephew* A Cos., Bankers, 3* Btoadway
.Messrs H. B.
A. W. Green leaf, Esq., Banker, N. Y. ni)-3m
Ai.fexd R. Bennett,) n York ~AB H. Bknnktt,
Jab. C. \an Pelt, j lorK Raleigh, N.C.
Bennett, Van Pelt & Cos.,
LOB TIIK SALE OF
COTTON, TOBACCO, NAVAL STORES, ETC.,
FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OP STATE AND
23 AVliitehall St., New York.
Wo have associated with ns .Hr. D. W. Ccrtis, late
Public Treasurer for North Carolina. n’Mim
JOHN H. GUIKU. JOHN A. OUIEfT,
JOHN B. GUIEU & SON,
Comm i >x ore Inin tss,
Will attend to a
General Agency Business.
Personal attention will be given to the Receiving aud
Forwarding and to the Sales and Purchase of
Cotton and all Produce.
„,*y~ Kefereneesto the principal Merchants of Au
gusta and Savannah.
At oSwa, Ga., Oct. £ tSUD. im oct27
BRYAN, HARTRIOGE & CO..
Bryan Siuklt, next to Mfroiiants’ a«d Planters'
Broker and Commission Agents
FOR BALE ANp PURCIIABE OF
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c. f
And for Forwarding Colton*
Fordyce, Anderson & Janney,
Brokers and Ceneral rommission Merchant?,
NO. 10 STODDARD’S RANGE,
Dealers in Specie, Southern Bank Notes, Bonos and
Stocks, Exchange on the Northern cities, Augusta and
Charleston, bought uud sold. Liberal advances made
on consignments to our correspondents at the North.
Refer to Third National Bank, Messrs. Beebe, Keecli
& Cos., Messrs. Melc|ninl & Carman, Messrs Hall &
Huckell, New Y'ork; Messrs. Carman, Merchant &
Shaw, Philadelphia; Messrs. W'm. Lamping & Cos.,
Messrs. G. H. Reese & Bros., Baltimore; Messrs. It.
Hnbcrsliuii & Sons, Messrs., Hunter <fc Gammell, Mr.
Geo. \V. Anderson, Mr. G. B. Lamar, Savannah.
G. B. & G. W. LAMAR,
General Commission Merchants.
Foruarding and Shipping Agents,
NO. DAY fcTKKET, (upstairs.)
Defer to Geo. W. Anderßoii, Jno C\ Ferrel and G. B.
Lamar, Bavannah; W. £ Jackson, Jusiah Sibley &
Sons, J. B. dfe; j. W. Walker,
DDR YEAS’ HAIZENA
TRY ONE POUND.
*“ 1,1 ™ f,M
That received a medal and honorable mention from
the Royal Commissioners, the compel ion oi all pi em
inent manutactun rs of “Corn Btarch” and “Prepared
Corn Flour'’ of thiß and other countrteß notwithßtiai.d
The fond and luxury of the age, without a single
fault. One tiial will cnuvlucs the most skeptical.—
Makes PmUlings, Cakes, Custards, Bhoir Mange, Ac.,
withonti.inglass. with few <w no eggs, ala cost as
lonbhlug tlie most economical. A slight addition to
ordinary Wheat Flour greaUy improves Bread and
< 'ake It is also excellent for thiekening sweet sauces,
gravies for llsli amt mcula, soaps, Ac. For Ice Cream
nothing can compare with It. A little huiUd in milk
will produoe lich cream lor eokee, chocolate, tea, Ac.
Put up in one pound packages, under tlie Fladc
mark Maiaena, wiUi direclloim for use.
A most delicious article of food (or children aud in
valids of all ages. , _
For sale by Grocer* and Drugplsts everywhere.
WliolcHitlc l)t>|Hit, IVti FiilUmi Street.
au26-Hm General Agent.
TIIOM. W. HUUOKM
FURNITURE AND GENERAL
„***« Ibo k airrel. I*t,llw,l vltditw, Pa.
■n bdfo~ A * a«nt by Man at;
\ 1 A* Colic*is,
ivl • POKW ARban *m, COMMISS'N MERCHANT,
Office Home In*. Cos., 8b Bay at.
IV Ihrlgtiau, Art.TION cjrv
X J SrcS^* ,MM,S «>«WAkuiTG
anaiuaia. Lay tercet, Savamiah, Ga.
AM. n, :o koiugh & . rwr „| , M , lc
• MISSION Muuuuaie, 140 Con -reae aud ,( 0
ouimii ets Highest maiket prices paid forColto'n'
Wook Beeswax, etc. Liberal AdrancesouCottoi,. At ’
£'•■»» 111 Hu 1 il, . ,
J commission merchants,
- ... Bay street, Savannah. Ga.
JvlmC.Makcr GCu„ W'uolm.i . .... i.'te
IN DRY HOOIiS. HOSIERY GLOVES
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac , Ac. UUJ ' E N
oor. Congress and W hitaker ats.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ac.
HiO Brougliton street.
temuuel M. Hederer, Jotilier and Retailer of
O Panov and Stapi.k Dry Goods, Boors andShom
t 10th . f.,;, Uats Ac, 146 Congress ter”., 'B
- GRoeERIKS, &i;.
M FcrW * ‘ Wholesale Dealer in Wints, V 7.
Alls qt oRS, Skoars, PanovGrockrifs, Ac
& ‘'“•’W'holesale andlietaii Deaiere iu Gro
cenes and Provisions. Teas. Al.-s, Wines and Ij
quors. Corner Bull and Broughton street"
trmi’e Cm attL ’ n,lon f’ al<l to orders for the country
L' t*- Bryo, Dkaj.ru in Cuoice Family Gro
Wines, Liquor.*, Ao.
IJilitnid .Saloon. Uv WALTKU O'MKAKa"
WINKS, IaU)LOiiS, 6m.
Hay street, over Kxpruaa Office.
r T'e«i I*ln Alley.
A TKN PIN ALLEY, by VALENTINE BASLEH.
Ale.s, Wine* and Liquor*.
No. 13S Bryan street, Maiket Square House, opposite
the Market. Im-oct2o
St. < Hai le* Saloon, finreai of Poat Office,; by
A* St an a*. H/ujltxnle and litlutl. None but
CHOICE W INKS and served. Frqc Lunch.
House, Sign, Ship ami Steamboat Painter
Oposite the Pulaski House, uvei Sttuum’s Barber Shop.
AH orders tbuukfuli received and faithiully attended
to * / lin OCt26
GAS FITTING, to
Weed tW Luinwtll,
\\ holesale Dealer* in Hardware and Tin Waki,
No. 159 and 1(51 Broughton street.
I T tTainluH,
U • PLUMBKK AND GAS FITTER,
SEGAIiB, TOBACCO, &c.
JA liiilli. - *
- • SEGA US, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
Barnard bti eet, one door South of the Market.
n i !■ , _______
PRIiN TIiNG, STATIONERY, &c.
BOOK.SELLEKS AND STATIONKRh,
Cor. iiryau efruet aud Market Square.
Marking Ink, Manifai tdbrd and for sale by
DAVID H. GALLOWAY,
/ 'co. 111. NlcknlH,
VJ BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay »t., between Abeicorn and Drayton.
Murae, J.ITHOGItAPIi Elt, STATION Kit,
-ID. BINDER, JOB PRINTER, die.
No. 0 Whitaker street.
c VV. illation iV t'u.,
C*. HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
No. 1.11 Buy street
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &o.
Fl>. Jordan, Dealer in Watciieb and Jewelry,
• Silver and Plated Ware, Fa not Goons, Ac.
Watches and Jewelry Bepaired.
12U Congress st., opposite the Pulaski House.
Jo ri, W. Clift, N. I>,
Cor. South Broad and Bamard-sts .,
Ofru * iioiuis—9 to 10 A. M , and 4to 5 P. M„
Kesidence—Mr. Wash’s, Broughtoii Street,
i.O-lni one dour east Masonic Hall.
• WUOLESAIaE and retail druggist,
aul4 Sourheast cor. Barnard and Broughton st*.
1 A. Solomons A Cos.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
fy Orders executed accurately and with despatch.
boots aSdsh^ ~
A me* iV Peabody, Jobbers in Men’*, Women’s,
A and Children’s C’aif, Serge and Kid BOOTH and
SHOES, of all hinds and qualities.
152 Congress st., 4th door North of the Market.
Geo. T. Naciiol?,
R£TAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORK.
110 Broughton et., 2d door from 8011.
QUEENS WAKE, &c.
D. Suiyt I>, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AND
J# CHINA, at Wholraale and Retail.
109 Broughton street, 2d door from cor. of BuU
• CONFECTIONER—WhoIfhat.* and Rktaii-
MAMTFAOTnSi R OI
SYRUPS, CORDIALS AND FINE CONFECTIONERS
u# All KiNr»a.
14G Broughton street, two doors from Barnaril
• WUOLKSALK AND HKTAIL DEALER IN
CIDERS, LEMON, STRAWBERRY amiRASPBERM
SY r RUPS, CANDIES, An., An.,
tw In any quantities, to suit Purchasers. .Si
ax; - ■ yx. _■ I
J oil n Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, POKTIiH
and ALE, CORDIALS, SYRUPS, An.
_____ ~ (]or Bay nu’i Heat lir(nul^bu|f
npIIE subscriber, formerly of Savannah, and resfcj®
A at Black shear, Pierce county, Ga.. on the AW
tic & Gulf Bailmad, will give his personal
vided attention to the sale and purchase of
contiguous to the said railroad, on commissiou.
solicits the patronage of all needing an agent tb«K\
An experience in the land, lumber and timl ) * ,r
ness of twenty years tn Georgia aud South Conw®
guarantees ample qutilification. Ho will be I'i**
seated in Savannah by Mr. Henry Bryan, ard njjb
York by the Great Southern Land Agency. 71 Bp
way. JOHN D. DELANNOi
liefera U> tuoy old resident in Savannah.
scnlH ‘ 3m
TRY ONE POUND.
DR. GORDON HOWARD
1 Has resumed tlio Practice of Medioine. Special «tl«'
tion to Diseases of the Eye.
Office, and residence, Jones street, two
Whitaker. octl'J i*
Exporting and Import®
OF FLORIDA. ,
Till*: association Is prepared to make
eiirroney of Gold mi eon.lgnmenls ™
Naval More*. Lumber, *c.. to their ageui
‘"ordar* solh lted forafode fr"™.
tent. The strlrteat atßhtlon will Is* P* 1 * w
howsr. r .mall, fbr good* Horn Fng * 1
Germany Ottr Hnvofoi" ' and Ckarle*
being sslarliat. mak* m> charge for forwsmua
way and will forul.l.