THE SAY AM AH DAILY HER AID.
VOL. I—NO. 256.
The Savannah Daily Herald
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State of Georgia.
Preamble to the Constitution.
We the people of the State of Georgia, in
order to form a permanent Government, es
tablish justice, insure domestic tranquility
and set tire the blessiDgs ol liberty to our
selves and our posterity—acknowledging and
invoking the guidance oljAliuighty God, the
author of all good Goveruiueut, do ordain
and establish this Constitution lor the Slate
I>UC I AKA r ION OF KIUHTS.
1. Protection to person and property is the
duty of government.
2. .No person shall be deprived of life,
liberty, or property, except by due process
3. The writ of habeas corpus, shall not be
suspended unless in case of rebellion, or in
vasion, the public safely may require it.
4. A well regulated militia, beiug neces
sary to the security of a free State, the right
ot the people to keep and hear arms, shall
not be infringed.
5. Perfect freodonr-of religious sentiment
be and the same is hereby secured, and no
inhabitant of this Slate shall ever be molest
ed in person or property,nor prohibited from
holdiug any public otlice or trust, on account
of bis religious opiuion.
6. Freedom of speech, and freedom of the
press, are inherent elements of political
liberty. But while every citizen may freely
speak, or write, or print on any subject, he
shall be responsible for the abuse of the
7. Tnc right of the people to appeal to the
courts, to petition government on all mat
ters of legitimate coguizmce aud peaceably
io assemble for tiic consideration of auy mat
ter of public concern shall never be impair
8. Every person charged with an offence
against the laws ot the State, shall have the
privilege and benefit of counsel, shall be
tarnished on demand with a copy of the ac
cusation, mid list ot the witnesses ou whose
testimony the charge against him is founded;
shall have compulsory process to obtaiu the
attendance of his own witnesses ; shall be
confronted with the witnesses testifying
against him, and shall have a public and
speedy trial by an impartial jury, as hereto
fore practiced in Georgia.
9. No person shall be put in jeopardy of
life or liberty', raori than once for the same
offence, save on his or her own motion for a
new trial after conviction, or in case of mis
10. No conviction shall work corruption
of blood or general forfeiture of estate.
11. Excessive bail shall uot be required,
nor excessive fines imposed, nor'eruel and
Unusual puuisbuients inflicted.
12. The powers of the courts to punish for
coufiempts shall be limited by legislative
13. Legislative acts in violation of the Con
stitulion are void, and the judiciary shall so
14. Ex-post facto laws—laws impairing
tho obligation of contracts, and retroactive
laws injuriously affecting any right ot the
citizen, are prohibited.
lf>. Laws should have a genera) operation,
and no general law affecting private rights
shall be varied in a particular case by special
legislation, except with the free consent, in
writing, oi'all persons to be affected thereby;
and no person being under a legal disability
to contract, is capable of such free consent.
IG. The power of taxation over the whole
State shall be exercised by the General As
sembly only to raise revenue for the support
of government, to pay the public debt, to
provide for the common defence, and lor
such other purposes as the Geueral Assem
bly may he specially required or empower
ed to accomplish by this Constitution. But
the General Assembly may, by statute, gmut
the power of taxation for designated pur
poses, with such limitations as they may
deem expedient, to county authorities and
municipal corporations, to be exercised
within their several territorial limits.
17. In cases of netfesaily, private ways
may lie granted upon just compensation
being first paid ; and with this exception
private property shall not'be taken, save
for public use, aud then only on just com
pensation to he first provided and paid, uu
less there be a pressing, unforeseen neces
sity ; in which event the General Assembly
shall.make early provision for such compen
18. The right of the people to be Secure
iu their persons, houses, papers and effects,
against unreasonable searches and seizures,
shall not.be violated ; and no warrant shall
issue but upon probable cause, supported by
oath or allinualiou, and particularly desorib
• iug the place or places to be searched, and
the person and things to be seized.
1!'. The person of a debtor shall not be
detained in prison, after delivery lor the ben
efit of bis creditors ot all bis estate, not ex
pressly exempted by law from levy and sale.
JO. The Government of the United Slates
having, as a war measure, proclaimed all
slaves held or owned in this State, emanci
pated from slavery, and having carried that
proclamation into full practical effect, there
shall henceforth be, wilbiu tbe Stale ol' Geor
gia, neither slavery nor involuntary servi
tude, save as a punishment for crime, alter
legal conviction thereof; Provided, this ac
quiescence i u y lo ac ij on 0 f tkru Government
of the United States, is not intended to ope
rate as a relinquishment, waiver, or estopcl
of such claim tor compensation of loss sus
tained by reason of the emancipation of his
slaves, as any citizen ol Georgia may lien al
ter make upon tbe justice and magnanimity
of that Government.
21. The enumeration of rights herein con
tained is » part of this f'onsmiition. but slmll
not be construed to deny to tbe people any
inherent rights which they have hitherto en
I, The Legislative, Executive and Judicial
Ifepurtmuuts shall be dialiuut; and each dc
piiiiiuenl shall lie confided to u separate
body of magistracy. No person, or collec
tor lion of persons, Iteing of oue department,
shall exercise any power properly attached
to ell her of the others, except Iu cases here
in ex pnxsly provided.
2 Thu legislative power shall Its vested
In a General Assembly, Which Shall couslsl
of a Heimlo and House of Representatives,
the tuuiuhers whereof shall 'm elected, anti
returns ol the dilutions made in the tnaiiaor
now pinarrthcd by law, (until changed by
the General Assembly,) mi the Ibth day of
lv iheraan«r, on the first Wwliuisday of (>«.
tober, to serve nutil their successors shall be
elected ; but the General Assembly may by
law, change the day of election.
•\' 1 ’ he first meeting of the General As
sembly, under this Constitution, shall be on
the urnt Monday in December next, after
which, it shall meet annually on the first
T hursday in November, or on such other
day' as the General Assembly may prescribe.
A majority of each House shall constilutc
a quorum to transact business, but a smaller
number may adjourn front day to day and
compel the attendance of its absent mem
bers, as each House may provide. No ses
sion of the Geueral Assembly, after the first
above mentioned, shall continue longer tbau
forty days, uuless prolonged by a vote of
two-lhirds of each branch thereof.
4. No person holding any military com
mission, or other appointment, having auy
emolument or compensation annexed there
to, under this State or the United States, or
either of them, (except Justices of the In
ferior Court, Justices ot the Peace, aud of
ficers of the militia) nor any defaulter lor
public money, or for any legal taxes requir
ed ol him, shall have a seat iu either branch
of the General Assembly; nor shall any
Senator or Representative, after his qualifi
cation ns such, be eh cted by the General
Assembly, or appointed by the Governor
with the advice aud consent of two-thirds of
the Senate, to auy office or appointment
having any emolument or compensation an
nexed thereto, during the lime for which lie
shall have been elected.
5. No pet son convicted of any felony be
fore any Court of this State, or of the United
Slates, shall be eligible to any office, or ap
pointment of honor, profit or trust, within
this State, until he shall have been pardoned.
(i. No person who is a collector or holder
ot public money, shall be eligible to any of
fice in this Stale, until the same is accounted
for and pnid into the treasury.
There shall be forty-four Seuatorial Dis
tricts In the Shite of Georgia, each composed
of three contiguous counties, from each of
which districts one Senator shall he chosen,
until otherwise arranged, as hereinafter pro
The said Districts shall be constituted of
counties as follows :
The First District, of Chatham, Bryan and
The Second, of Liberty, Tattnall and Mc-
The Third, of Wayne, Pierce and Ap
Tite Fourth, of Glynn, Camden and Charl
The Fifth, of Coffee, Ware and Clinch.
The Sixth, of Echols, Lowndes aud Ber
The Seventh, of Brooks, Thomas and Col
The Eighth, of Decatur, Mitchell *aud
The Ninth, of Calhoun, Early aud Baker.
The Tenth, of Dougherty, Lee and Worth.
The Eleventh, of Clay, Randolph aud Ter
The Twelfth, of Stewart, Webster and
The Thirteenth, of Sumter Schley and
The Fourteehth, of Dooly, Wilcox and
The Fifteenth, of Montgomery, Telfair and
The Sixteenth, of- Laurens, Johnson and
The Seventeenth, of Bulloch, Scriveu and
The Eighteenth, of Richmond, Glasscock
The Nineteenth, of Taliaferro, Warren and
The Twentieth, ot Baldwin. Hancock aud
The Twenty-first, of Twiggs, Wilkinson
The Twenty-second, of Bibb, Monroe and
The Twenty-third, of Houston, Crawford
The Twenty-fourth, ot Marion, Chatta
hoochee and Muscogee.
The Twenty-fifth of Harris, Upson and
The Twenty-sixth, of Spalding, Butts and
The Twenty-seventh, of New'on, Walton
The Twenty-eighth, of Jasper, Putnam
The Twenty-ninth, of Wilkes, Lincoln and
The Thirtieth, of Oglethorpe, Madison and
The Thirty first, of Hart, Franklin and
The Thirty-second, of White, Lumpkin
The Thirty-third, of Hall, Banks and
The Thirty-fourth, of Gwinnett, DeKalb
The Toirty-tiftb, of Clayton, Fulton and
Thu Thirty-sixth, of Merriwether, Coweta
The Thirty-seventh, of Troup, Heard and
The Tuirty-eightb, of Haralson, Polk and
The Tnirty-ninth, of Cherokee, Milton and
The Fortieth, of Union, Towns and Rabun.
Tne Forty-first, of Fannin, Gilmer and
The Forty-second, of Bartow, Floyd aud
The Forty-third, of Murray, Whitfield aud
The Forty-fourth, of Walker, Dade and
If anew county be established, it shall be
added to a district which it adjoius. The
Senatorial districts may be changed by tbe
Geueral Assembly, but only at tbe first ses
sion after the taking of each cenAis by lire
United Slates government, and their number
shall never be increased.
2.*No person shall be a Senator who shall
not have attained the age of twenty-live
years and be a citizen of the United States,
and have been lor three years an inhabitant
of this Slate, and lor oue year a resident of
the district from which he is chosen.
;t. The presiding officer shall be styled the
President of the Senate, and shall be elected
viva eoeß from their own body.
4. The Senate shall have the sole power to
try all impeachments. When sitiug tor that
purpose, they shall lie on oath or affirmation,
unit no person shall be convicted without the
concurrence of two-thirds ot the members
present Judgment, in cases ot impeach
ment, shall not extend further than removal
from office and disqualification to hold and
enjoy any office til honor, profit or (rust,
within this State; but the party Convicted
shall, nevertheless, be liable and suhj.ct to
iudictment, trial, judgment and punishment
according to law.
I 1. Tbe House of Representatives shall be
composed as follows: The thirty-seven coun
ties having the largest representative pupu
11aliou shall have two representatives each
Kvory oilier county shall have ono represen
tative. Thu designation of the counties
having two representatives shall he made by
the General Assembly immediately uIU-r the
takiug of e*ch census
I H. No person shall tie a representative who
shall not have attained the sgu of twonty
«mo years, end be a citizen of the United
Hinton, win hove been for three years an In*
habitant of the Mute, and tor oue year a
rodent of the county which he represents.
8. The presiding officer ol the House of
Hetirnseulailvos shall h« styled the Sneaker,
ana still b« elected >■l. r,,„- ,7177,1'
body. a,* ner, Ir „"t their own
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1865.
4. They shall have the sole power to im
peach all persons who have been or may be
5. All bills for raising revenue or appro
priating, shall originate in the House of Re
presentatives, but tlte Senate may propose
or concur in amendments, as iu other bills.
1. Each house shall be the judge of the
election returns aud qualifications of its owu
members, aud shall have |x»wer to punish
them for disorderly behavior or misconduct,
by censure, fine, impiisonment or expulsion;
but no member shall be expelled except bv
a vote of two-thirds of the house from
which he is expelled.
2. Each house may puuish, by imprison
ment not extending beyond the session, any
person not a member, who shall be guilty of
a contempt by any disorderly behavior in its
presence, or who, during the session, shall
threaten injury to the persou or estate of auy
member, tor anything said or done in either
house, or who shall assault or arrest any
witness going u> or returning from, or who
shull rescue, or attempt to rescue, any per
sou arrested by either house.
3. The members of both Houses shall be
free from arrest during their attendance ou
the General Assembly, aud iu going to and
returning therefrom, except for treason, felo
ny, or breach of the peace. Aud no mem
ber shall be liable to answer in any other
place,for anything spoken in debate in either
4 Each House shall keep a journal of its
proceedings, and publish them immedi
ately after its adjournment. The yeas and
nays of their members on any question,
shall, at the desite of one-filth of
the members present, he entered ou
on the journals. The origin)# journals shall
Ire preseived (after publication,) in the of
fice of the Secretary of Slate ; but there
shall be no other record thereof.
5. Every bill, before it shall pass, shall be
read thlce times, and on three separate aud
distinct days iu each House, unless in eases
of actual invasion or insurrection. Nor
shall any law or ordinance pass, which re
fers to more than one subject mat
ter, or contains matter different lrom wbat is
expressed in tbc title thereof.
0. All acts shall be assigned by the Pres
ident ol the Senate aud Speaker of the House
of Representatives ; aud no bill, ordiuauce,
or resolution, interfded to have effect of law,
which shall have been rejected by either
House, shall be again proposed under the
same or any other title, without the consent
of two-thirds of the House', by which
the sgme was rejected.
7. Neither House shall adjourn for more
than three days, nor to any other place,
without the consent of the other; aud in
case of disagreement between the two
Houses, ou a question of adjournment, the
Governor may adjourn them.
8. Every Senator and Representative, be
fore taking his seat, shaji take an oath or
affirmation to support tlfe Constitution of the
United States and of this State ; and also,
that he hath not practiced any •unlawful
means, either directly or indirectly, to pro
cute his election. Aud every person con
victed of having given or offered a bribe,
shall be disqualified from serving as a mem
ber of either House for the term for which
he was elected.
9. Whenever this Constitution requires an
act to be passed by two-thirds ol both
Houses, the yeas and nays on the passage
thereof, shall be entered on the journals
1. The General Assembly shall have
power to make all laws and ordinances con
sistent with this Constitution, aud not repug
nant to the Constitution of the United States,
which they shall deem necessary aud proper
for the welfare of the State.
2. They may alter the boundaries of
counties, aud establish new counties ; but
every bill to establish anew county shall be
passed by at least two-thirds of the mem
bers present, iu each branch of the General
3. The Geueral Assembly shall have pow
er to appropriate money lor the promotion
ot learning and science, and to provide for
the education of the people ; and shall pro
vide for the early resumption of the regular
exercises of the University of Georgia, by
the adequate endowment of thes nmc.
4. The General Assembly shall have power
by a vote of two thirds of each branch, to
grant pardons in cases of final conviction
for treason, and to pardon or commute
after final conviction in capital cases.
5. It shall be the duty of the General As
sembly, at its next session, and thereafter as
the public welfare may require, to provide
by law for the government of free persona of
color ; for the protection and security ol
their persons and property, guarding them
aud the State against any evil that may
arise from their sudden emancipation, and
prescribing iu what cases their testimony
shall be admitted in the courts; for
the regulations ot their transactions with
citizens ; for the legalizing of their existing,
and the contracting and solemnization of
their maritai relations, and connected there
with their rights of inheritance and testa
mentary capacity ; and tor the regulation or
prohibition of their immigration into this
State, from other States of the Union, or
elsewhere. Aud further, it shall be the
duty of the General Assembly to confer ju
risdiction upon courts now existing, or to
create county courts with jurisdiction iu
criminal ca-.es excepted front the exclusive
jurisdiction of the Superior Court, aud in
civil cases whereto free persons of color may
1. The General Assembly shall have no
power to grant corporate powers and privi
leges to private companies, except to bank -
ing, insurance, railroad, canal, plauk road,
navigation, mining, express, lumber, man
ulacturiug, and telegraph companies; nor
to make or change election precincts ; nor to
establish bridges and terries ; nor to change
names, or legitimate children ; but shall by
law prescribe the manner in which such
power shall he exercised by the courts.—
But no bank charter shall be granted or ex
tended, and no act passed authorizing the
suspension of specie payment by any char
tered bank, except by a vote ot two-thirds
of each branch ot the General Assem
2. No money shall be drawn from tbe
Treasury ot this State, except by appropria
tion made by law ; and a regular statement
and account of the receipt and expenditure
of all public moucy shall be published from
time to time.
3. No vote, resolution, law, or order shall
pass, granting a donation or gratuity in fa
vor ot any person, except by the concur
rence of two-thirds of the General Assem
4. No law shall be passed by which a cit
izen shall lot compelled, directly or indirect
ly, to become a stockholder in, or contribute
to a railroad, or other work of internal im
provement, wit bout his consent,except inhab
itants of a corporate town or city. This pro
vision shall not be construed to deity tbe
uower of luxuliou for the purpose of making
levees or dutns to prevent the overflow ot
I. Thusxveulive |>owor shall be vested in
a Governor, the first of whom under this
Constitution, shall hold tli« office trout tin
time of Iris inauguration as by law provided,
uutll Ilia election and qualification ot his sue
l essor. Each Governor subsequently elect
ed shall hold the office for two yuars and
until bis suvoeaaor shall he elected amt quail
fled, and shall not Ira eligible to election
(tWfeeth/ea #W H Pay )
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, \
Savuunah, Ga., Ociober stf, isos. f
ON and after Monday, 3«th io*i., a daily
train will leave for Augusta at 7.15 a.
m., connecting with a line of Hacks running between
Station 5 Central Railroad, and Waynesboro ou the
Augusta and Savannah Railroad.
Passengers by this line will .arrive in Aueusta the
next morning after leaving Savannah in time to
connect with the Georgia Railroad train for Atlanta.
Returning arrive in Savannah at 4.45 p. in
Freight to go by Passenger Train must be prepaid
and delivered at the Depot the night before.
By order of
GEO W ADAMS,
oct23 General SupeiiutenUeiit.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, 1
Savannah, Oct* 10th, lsC5. )
This Company is now*, in connection with H. J.
Dickeracn A Co.s Wagons, prepared to receive and
forward to .\ugusta. Macou, Atlanta Ac., daily from
twenty to thirty thousand pounds oi Frelgnt, and go
through in from three to six days.
Ship Freight and other expenses must be paid by
Shippers. Railroad freight can be paid here orfat des
Freight on ireriahable goods must be prepaid.
GKO. W. ADAMS,
octll General Superintendent.
An election will In l held at the Court House In the
city of Savannah, on Wednesday, lith of November,
insl., for a Governor of the State ol Georgia, for a
Senator of the First Senatorial District, composed of
the counties of Chat ham. Bryan and Effingham, and
for two Representatives from Chatha in county in the
Geueral Assembly of Georgia ; also, for a member o
tlie House of Representatives of the Congress of the f
liaited States, to represent tile First Congressional
District of Georgia, as established by the State Con
vention. To entitle a citizen to vote he mast be
qualified as prescribed by tlte Constitution and laws
of the State of Georgia in force immediately before
’ the 19lli of January, A. D. 1861, (the date of the Ordi
nance of Secession.) and also lie must haye taken
and subscribed the oatli of amnesty, as set forth in
the President's Proclamation of May 29th, A. D. iB6O.
Polls will be opened at seven o'clock, a. m., and be
closed at six o'clock, p. m.
The Sherirt'of the conuty, or his Deputy, with the
Constables thereof, who have complied with ihe
Proclamation of the President aforesaid, are requir
ed to attend said electiou and preserved order.
WM. H. CUTLER, J. I. c. C. C.
GEO. P. HARRISON, j. I. c. C. C.
JOHN SCREVEN, J. I. c. c. C.
John Williamson, j. i. c. and e.
nov 8 td
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UEUR4AF A TAYLOR
ll*vo the target variety of
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to be found iu ibis flty, and at the lowed prices.
MATTRASSES AND BBRING BEDS
FROM ,1 TO *T.
kXTKA WI DR CANOPY BEDSTEADS
POR TDK 80UTHKRN TRADE
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Os heat quality. Mat* par Itasol font.
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folk tm Ha Tu Broadway, MY,
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIPS ARIADNE AND LEO.
BY C. ORFF,
Southern Palace Dry Goods House
A NEW AND. ELEGANT LOT OF DRESS TRIMMINGS,
CLOAK ORNAMENTS, BY THE SET,
SILK BALL BUTTONS,
VELVET BALL BUTTONS,
SUPERB LYONS VELVET,
A LARGE LOT OF ELEGANT CLOAKS,
A FINE LOT OF MELANGES, BLxYCK AND WHITE CHECKS,
GENT'S SCARFS, MAGNIFICENT STYLES
NEW FRENCH MERINOS,
A FULL STOCK OF CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
Ail just opened, with an immense stock of FANCY' AND COLORED SILKS and other
FOR PLANTATION TOO— DARK AND LIGHT KERSEYS, GEORGIA
PLAINS, GEORGIA JEANS, OSNABURGS AND BROWN.
Iloracapune by the Yard, Piece or Bale.
er AGENT FOR BRADLEY S ELLIPTIC HOOP SKIRT.
Southern Palace Dry Gogds House
111 & 113 CONGRESS ST.,
nll-tf Opposite the Pulaaki House.
LATHROP & CO.,
Corner Congress and Whitaker
WILL open to-day, and are prepared to exhibit rheir
v v Stock of Hoods, bought expressly for the South
ern Trade, consisting in pait of—
Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings
Shawls, Ribbons and Buttons
Cloaks, Sacques, Alan til lug. Ac
French Merino and Opera Flannel
Fiench and English Cambrics
Black Bombasine, Cashmere and Crapes,
Jaconet and Nainsook Muslin
Bishop and Victoria Lawns
Plaid Jaconets and Brilliants
India Twills and Swiss Muslin.
French Wronght Muslin Sets
French Wrought Cambric Sets
Real Lace Sets *
Black Lace Veils
H. S. Lawn and Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Hosiery AND Gloves
Ladies' English White Cotton Hos«
Ladies* English Brown Cotton liota
Misses* and Boys* Cotton Ho ho
Kid, Silk. Lisle and Woolen Gloves.
linen Table Damasks
Doyles, Napkins and Towels
Linen Diaper, Crash and Towels
Bleached 10-4 Cotton Sheetings
Bed Blankets, Irish Linen, Stc.
Black Clothe and Cassimeres
Fancy Cassimeres and Veatings
Satinets, Tweeds, 4c
Brown English Cotton Half Bose
Mixed Merino Half Hose
Fancy Ties, Paper Collars, 4c.
Wc will make weekly additions to oar Sto«k, and
trash in a short time to folly moot tho wants of our
LATHROP & CO.
VISITING the ettar, we wonld be pleased to show
our Block, which We propose to sell at fair prices
' oct*» lm LATHROP 4 00.
STEELE & BURBANK,
11 MerehaaU How, Huron Hand, Mo. Cn
Ct ALL Ure aUanlloa of WL lassie awl Retail pur
I chasers to thrdr superior stock of
MILITARY AMU MAVAL <‘M»TIUN4J,
Wtkfcfa Fluey (Jawfc, Jew wiry, io4 filial
WMaSwunK Ms *hm BwlU Kiui>r«»M«iitiw lu-.u i spa
fiM UiSMMti (tattdlvUGhSfss, *c , A# 71*
f » - • -Y V
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
j Dry Gouda, Funoj Goods,
&c., &c., &e..
Remarkably Cheap for Cash,
CAN BE FOUND AT .
A. Hosohor «jfcj Go’s.,
13 BARNARD STREET, COR. CONGRESS LANE,
Comprlelng a general Assortment of Foreign aud
Domestic Gaods, Cloaks, Shawls, drc.
N. B.—By strict attention to business, courteous
and honorable dealing with our customers, we trust
to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
A large line ol White Goods and Linens now open
EINSTEIN & ECKMAN,
No, 151 Congress St. Satanosli da.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
HAVING Jnst received and opened a very large
and select stock of Fancy Drese Goods, House
keeping and Domestic Goods, blankets, Cloaks amt
Shawls, Also Hats, Boots and Shoos.
Aud all articles usually found in a first c ass
Dry Goods Moose, we would must respcctfnlly Invite
our former friends and custom rs; also Merchants
aud Planters visiting the (itv, to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
EINSTKIN A ECKMAN,
novS-tf Ist Congress Street, Savsnnsb, Ga.
Blankets I Flannels.
CLOTHS AND CABBIMERES
BLEACHED AND BROWN SniRTINGS
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS
FRENCH MSRINOES AND ALAPACAS.
Received and for sale cheap.t>y
H. II AY ill,
oct23 174 Broughton street.
174 Broughton Street. 174
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, the newest styles,
LADIES* DRESS GOODS,
WORSTED SHAWLS AND nOODS,
COUNTERPANES, HOSIERY, Ac.
Just received and for sale at tbe lowest price* by
<**23 H. HATH.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
T®* * nl J* o *th**’ ha slug formed a Cos partner-slop
II , *o*i: U * ttffiluw. under Ihu anil uauu- of
hci.lt A l.udlow, respect fully .sits rhu atientiotr of
hMMNMs and the publk genet ai itn» ttraii large sroek
of Clothing, Furnishing Guojs. Roots gliiws and
Hats, whti-h lliev art now opening, and wui soli si
wkolssala still Retail, si III' uld eland of Heidi Jan I
'lon 4 Cos,, 80, till Blysii and «• it Julian sirs- 1. up
PRICE. 5 CENTS
Plhpiiix liwiraiife Coiiipy,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
and M^, 1 ? e " ,n “** oo *P“s r « Buildings
_ H BRIGHAM, Agent.
lUN R. THOMAS, ~~
Ftih'pssor so K. r. teortm
w m and <*•-. ana D. R. Thomaa,
v MACON, CA.
~ r-L.T* •
2si JiiW: York
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY’ INBURACE COMPANY'.
Capital am! Surplus r...#|,«»,0q0
PHIENIX INSURANCE CO.
Capital anil Surplus.. #1,600,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO.
Capita! and Surplus *. f5i,200,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO
Capital and Surplus #900,,000
parries on buildings and UV ° responsible Com.
tUras, at the Z, »f«lldeserip
risk? Apt"* to r “ te * corr **P° n< llng with the
■■•' 3- No. 12K.odltarVC* 'tffLL
Rellabl ° SouUx oril
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS.
rAI * ITA *' .*o,oo«
public that helhas been !eeanv tO a!j“r^i^ h 0
tho uhove numed Comnanvuli A k en * for
Office at OcUvns CohelffM Bay^bt
°° hen ' Hunter A Gammell,
PHOI-’ISSSHHVAI, "aSST"— *
Attorney at Law.
OEFICE NO. 113 BAY STREET,
fOvcr the Herald Reading Room,)
; _“'!!£ SAVANNAH, Qa.
Collections St this arvt*'! h ßml " old on commurrion.
iDt ‘ a ”£:’ Dd
Gso R Black. Rurcs E. Lnrrsa.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson t Lester,
comer of Bay and Barnard streets. octl4-tf
THOS CORWIN, WM.H. OWEN, THOS. WILSON,
orouro. LAISOOL. (J.M.D. OF IOWA.
COIIWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
fLute Johnston, Corwin A FinneU.j
A. JJ' ORJSTEYS
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFIt-E 222 F STREET, nva, TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN REAR OF WILLARD'S HOTEL,
w a;s hington, d.c.
WHI pracUce In the Supreme Court ol the United
iv S l < f’, tll r,VV l “ Ki° f tllalms, and tho Courts ot the
Partlcolar attention given to Claims and DeDsrt
meiil liUfinc*«H. Officers Accounts adjusted.
* nao 3m
JOHN B. GDIED& SOU,
H * . lo S£ experience in the Agency of
, , Steamboat Companies tor inanv years, we will
giie our persnal ait,.niton to any consigned to our
care - Augusta, Nov, «—lm
C. S. BUNDY,
O- oner al A. go u *
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Stbxkt, Buruh 13th and 14tu Stbskts,
(Near Fay Department. J
Wf aahlngton, D. O.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For asls by
*rpt, BRIGHAM. BALDWIN *CO
Ot sum* Kiimt yuttkt »•*«,*»>
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