The Stitnaah Herald.
M KftDA \ NOTKNHKK 41, l*G3.
Ursa. MrUouell'S Order Knf<»rr|i>g Kea
irallly with Mexico.
The order of Uen. McDowell. commanding
the Department of California, forbidding the
transportation ol arms across our frontier
into Mexico, has caused much dissatisfaction
among the triends of the Mexican republic
in the Pacific States, and has led to corres
pondence between the General and Mr.
Godoy, President Juarez's Consul in Han
Francisco. The Consul prays for a with
drawal of the order, maintaining that it must
work entirely in favor of the imperialists, as
they hold alt the Pacific seaports, and as
shipments of arms by sea are not forbidden.
General McDowell, in bis reply, states that
the shipments by sea a9 well as by land are
iulended by bis order to be prohibited, and
that instructions to this effect have been
given by him to the Sau Fraucisco Collector,
lie also regrets that his official duties require
him to pursue a course which is thought by
the Cousul to be iuimical to the republican
Cause in Mexico, which he says lias bis
warmest sympathies, and be adds that it is
with pain he replies that be cannot withdraw
the order alluded to.
Grn. Brownlow anil Cot. Maynard It
• tacked and Rubbed by Highwaymen.
On Thursday night at about about 7 o'clock,
Gen. Jas. P. Biownlow and Col Ed. May
nard left our city for Franklin in a buggy.
At a point known as Holly Tree, about tour
miles from Franklin, they were attache I by
three daring bigbwaymeu. One of the rob
bers seized the bridle of the horse, while the
two others presented their pistols, cocked,
to the heads of their victims, at the same
time calling upon them to “deliver or die.”
As both of our young friends value their
lives beyond this world’s riches, they con
sented to “deliver and live.” One of them
took a very fine pistol from Col. .Maynard, but
upon his being informed that the weapon was
a “relic from his deceased father,” the c’uiv
alric robber discharged it and gave it back
to him. They were then ordered to get out
of the buggy, when the robbers instituted ft
thorough search for money and valuables.
While they were thus engaged, “Jeems”
grew indignant, and cursed them as low
fiuug cowards, and placed his hand on his
pistol, but the weapon only being supported
by his pants at the waist, slipped and fell
down the ieg of his pants into his boots. In
the meantime, one of the villains shot atbim,
and the ball passed through his clothes, graz
ing his right side.
Finding that “discretion was the better
part ot valor,” the “boys” concluded to sub
mit to their fate with a good grace. They
took SSOO in money and a very fine gold
waich fiomGeu. Biownlow. Col. Ed. May
nard was searched from head to foot, but it
was of no avail, for be was “dead broke,”
and the only article of value on his person
was the family relic” which he prized be
yond money. The thieves were satisfied afier
obtaining “Jeems’ ” valuables, and eveu sub
mitted to some very uupleasant remarks
from him. They were dressed in Federal
uniform, and we would not be surprised il
the scoundrels were detected. Col. Maynard
felt somewhat embarrassed at bis extreme
poverty on the occasion, and had he known
that such au occurrence would take place,
he would have stuck a fifty cent stamp iu
his pockctbook to save his reputation
As it was, the robbers left with
a very poor opinion of him. It was a daring
attack, and consummated so suddenly that
neither of the parlies iu the buggy had time
to draw their weapons. The three scrouu
drels also robbed a cotton planter, who was
returning from this city on the same night,
of several thousand dollars. These high
waymen have been opetating on the Frank
lin piße for some time past, and we thiuk it
is about time that they were “wound up.”—
The Hebmitaok Pkopekxv to be Sold. —A
bill was introduced iu the Teunesseee Legis
lature on Nov. 7th, authorizing the governor
10 sell and convey the Hermitage property,
belonging to the Stale of Tennessee, except
two acres enclosing the grave of Andrew
Jackson, provided that the estate shall be
divided into lots, aud sold at public auction
to the highest bidder; payment to be made
iu the bonds of of the Slate. On the pay
ment of the purchase money, the governor
is authorized to give the purchaser a good
and sufficient deed in the name of the State
Reduction of the Public Di.Br.— The Se
cretary of the Treasury believes that the
regular aud systematic reduction of the pub
lic debt may be commenced long before the
year 1870. The Secretary predicts that the
Treasury will be in a condition to redeem
and cancel a large amount of the outstand
ing unfunded debt, which now amounts to
about one thousand millions, including the
Seven-Thirties, which will be maturing iu
ihc course of three years, aud not including
four hundred aud fitly millions of greenbacks
and lfactioual currency, without any special
legislation by Congress on the subject. There
is the highest authority for stating that this
is the policy which will be pursued by the
Mexico—Sieob of Matamohas. —The siege
of Matauioras, Mexico, b y the republicans
continued at the date of latest advices, and
it was believed that they would soon cap
ture it. It had already been deserted by the
women aud children, who had taken refuge
on the American side of the Rio Grande
The republicans still held the river below
the town, and on the sth inst. they captur
ed an imperial steamer, which they intend
ed to tiansform into a gunboat. It is said
that au imperial vessel bad fired on the
American troops, because, as supposed, they
cheered the movements of the republicans
across the river.
Sicksi.ss and Mortality among the Freed
man in cue South.— The late reports from
the medical officers ot the Freedmen’s Bureau
in South Carolina, indicate that in spite of
coutiuued care aud vigilance in instituting
sanitary reforms among the freedmen, there
is increased mortality among them. Inter
mittent levers prevail to a very considerable
extent. In Georgia there is a gradual spread
ing of the smallpox among the colored peo
ple, the large reifies like Macon aud Augusta
being most inlected. The want of medical
meii among Uic blacks is very great, and the
“ L dutcUj r ot the bureau suggests that
BeX n societies ol
in senrlin beltL ' r directed than
Southern ' ! - s , , " tlUcall Jtt'Ctilioueis into the
bureau™ UUlk ' r of tl.e
The recent earthquake at San Francbco
was attended by some odd incidents. 1„ the
Bank Exchange building, a gentleman who
Mas playing at billiards stepped to the r.rk
to select a cue, and was seem no more u„m
the si ock was over, when he i,.,„ i
Ihe bottom of the stairs, with two Lili an
cues grasped lighfiy in his hands, a„d “tic
points of both protruding through the wiu
In view of the exorbitant rates now
charged by hotel and hoarding house keen
eis in Washington, it is reliably staled that
a considerable number of Congressmen have
engaged rooms in Baltimore for the next
session of Congress. The leading hotels
heie have raised their rates within the lust
lew days to five dollars per day, and the
prices ol board and lodging in private booses
are approximately high.
I tit. ( uMu.pKKATk. Dead.—The Rector of
Si Luzitruz' Church, at Memphis, Tennessee,
acknowledges the receipt of over two thou
aund dollar. on Hunday last, and live thou
" , »<; lowing, to bpild s cathedral
‘or of Hi„, <r > 0 | k „ t|(J 0l( M(]
oiubra us the ConfmL rati* ill'iml.
»up|tll,t ol th,. fly,, cent currency will he
..hi hoidb, ah. rebut little of (11» VtlrriD
o' Wl . ll ,M) iranatidtud i,
Kuflh, the dt-UlMki there liol
An Murwllh PnaUait Johnson.
lion. A. K McClure, a Radical politician
of Pennsylvania, lately bad an interview
with the President, of which be gives an ac
count in an editorial letter to bis paper, the
Franklin Repository, under date of October
31, 18G5. It is interesting, ns disclosing tbe
feelings and plans of the UaJlcals, as well as
those of. tbe President. After speaking of
the President’s appearance and manners,Mr.
“However reticent he may be on some is
sues, be seems to have no reserve as to the
policy he conceives to he tbe true one to
bring back tbe insurgent States. He dis
cussed tbe position of those Slates and their
people with great interest and occasional
warmth, and with a frankness that left uo
doubt as to lii„ purpose. He bolds that they
were never out ol the Union; that secession,
however accomplished as a lact, cannot be
accomplished in law; that the supreme au
tliority of tiie Government in those States
was not overthrown by rebellion, but simply
in abeyance,and of course it logically follows
his premises that, since rebellion has ceased,
the States resume their proper place in the
Uuioi , and testoralion is accomplished.
“This, in brief, was the stand-point from
which the President discussed the question
of reconstruction for more than au hour,
and answered suggestive objections at times
with an earnestness that demonstrated how
ardently he is working to give success to his
policy. I coulu not hut remind him that his
theory stripped alt traitors of the protection
they might claim as public enemies; that it
would stamp as guilty of treason, within tbe
law, every man who aided the rebellion, and
of necessity demanded at his bands commen
surate punishment for what he must hold as
unmitigated crime—us appalling murder and
desola ion. for which there is no extenuation
to be plead. ‘You have,’ I added, ’given us
ou every band tbe nation's monuments of
mercy—where will be its monuments of jus
tice ? Davis is a proclaimed assassin, as
well as a traitor —bis agents have died—an
other (Wtrz) will follow —bow are tbe prin
cipals to atone to a people doubly bereaved
in their homes and in their chief sanctuary
of power ?
To this tbe President answered, with
much animation, that the measure of, and
the time for, atonement were yet for the lu
lure to determine. I shall not soon forget
the emphasis with which he declared that
the South must come back and be a part of
us, and ‘it must come,’ he added, ‘ with all
its manhood —1 don't want it to come evis
cerated of its manhood.’ To this proposition
abstractly there could be no objection
made. \Ve want the South with all its man
hood, which I would conceive to be the
Southern people, with their treason aban
doned and their crimes punished—not pun
ished revengefully; not iu the imitation of
Hie guillotine of France or the inquisition ot
Spain; but my making tbe leaders who
conspired to overthrow the government,
strangers to its honors and its citizenship,
and thus through life the monumeuts of the
power, the justice, and the magnanimity of
the mightiest nation on the earth. The
President said that such may' be tbe measure
ot punishment; that he had pardoued but
few who would come under such a rule; that
there are exceptions to all rules; and there
were both civil tuuctionaries and army of
ficers who might be pardoned with propriety.
He said be bad not yet gone as" far in liis
amnesty, either general or special, as Mr.
Lincoln proposed. He explained what is
not generally known, that bis pardons are
mainly of business men, many of whom were
Union meu, who must have pardons to en
able them to sell or morgage their lands, or
to get credit iu their busiuess operations;
ana added that ho had not reached the con
sideration of such cases as Lee, Stephens,
Longstreet, Beauregard, and others of that
“He spoke freely of the proposed trial ot
Davis, and said that as yet Government had
not taken any steps in the matter. If he is
to be tried iu Richmond, tbe trial must ne
cessarily be postponed until tbe civil auth
ority is fully restored, and then it will be a
question of consideration under the
condition ol affairs which may at that
time exist. As Virginia is still practic
ally under martial law, certainly wholly
under military rule, I judge that many
moons may wax and wane before we
cun have u g'vul Stute trial. Ido not ques
tion tbe wisdom ot this delay, for it is cer
tainly better for tbe Government to avoid
tbe danger of defeat in attempting to convict
of constructive treasou in Washington, than
to lorce a trial which might afford a tech-,
nical escape for Davis and leave the great
question Cudetermined. It Iwi re going to
guess on the subject. I would say that
Davis is more likely to be paroled during the
next year than to be tried, autj if be is ever
banged, be must do it himself.
Tbe President is clearly adverse to con
fiscation, and that question is practically set’
tied. Whatever might be the views of CoU’
gress, confiscation is not possible with an
Executive determiuedly hostile to it, and
with the pardoning power in bis hands. I
infer, however, that on this point Congress
will harmonize with the Executive, as a num
ber of even tbe Radical leaders, sucli as Gree
ley and Sumner, oi»euly oppose it. If ourcre
ditcunbe sustained otherwise lam content.
Five years lienee we shall be wiser on tb. t
point than now.
I btflieve tbe President will wield all bis
power to effect tbe admission of tbe repre
sentatives of tbe rebellious States into Con
gress during the next session. The Senate
being organized, tbe question cannot come
up there until it is brought up in order ; but
there will be a strong pressure to force the
admission ot tbe Southern members,by plac
ing their names on the roll when the House
meets. This Mr. McPherson will not do,
aud ou all votes of instructions he will call
only those who are returned from Slates
clearly entitled to representation. The law
forbids him to do otherwise, and he wilt be
faithful to it. The question of their admis
sion will then agitate the House, and, I fear,
make a sad breach between the President
aud Congress. The South is encouraged by
tbe position of tbe Administration to be im
portunate iu its demand for admission, aud
it is not improbable that it will, iu the end,
be admitted. 1 have seldom seen Congress
struggle against a power aDd bold out to
the end. The history of such conflicts is
always dotted with frail ones, who fall by
the way. I have ever fell that the revolted
■States should take no part in tbe Govern
ment they vainly sought to destroy, until all
issues arising from tbe war, nil its logical re
sults should be settled by faithful men.—
To the victors, not to the vanquished—to
the friends, not to the foes of the Govern
ment, does this duty belong ; and if it shall
be otherwise, there are mauy who will trem
ble lor the safety of the Republic.
Ou the future ot the freedmen, tbe Presi
dent talks well. He displays more sense
than sentimeut on tbe question, and means
>.o -solve the problem fairly, as demanded by
civilization and humanity. Os their ability
to win a position that will enable them to be
iucorpoiated into our system of government
as citizens, be is not eminently hopeful, but
feels that it must be fairly tried, with an
opeu field for tbe negro. That tailing, be
looks ou colonization as tbe only alterna
It would lie loolish to dispute the fact that
tiie Presideut, both by word and deed, dis
claims the position ot a partisan Executive,
and that he is uot Insensible to the flattering
approval of his Administration by the Dem
ocratic puriy. Ido uot moan by this that
be la in sympathy sod fellowship with them:
hut 1 do mesu that lie is not wholly in sym
pathy agalnsuhem; aud he will, I ieel war
rauietl in saying, adhere to tire political for
tunes of tue Southern Stilus, without regard
to political consequences. This may or tuny
uot sever him Iroiu the party that sustained
amt cherished him iu the darkest days
through which lie passed, und that won him
the highest huuors of the nation through a
flood of obloquy I lint if h, does, I (liter
that lie will accept the situation lie evi
dently mesas, ulmivu *ll other things, to
compsls llm ndiuiskitin of Ihe Southern
I ami South Carolina can strike hands over the
same Administration, then we will have a
htiililul President and a harmonious country.
If not, I leave the future to tell the story.—
Where, in ail this recoid soon to be uiadc
up, the nation shall see that ‘treason is the
greatest of Crimea, and must lie punished,’
is not to my mind apparent.”
dry noons and cuiTHua.
If you Wlllit
Nice Business Suit
HE IDT & LUDLOW,
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
THE subscriber having formed a Co-partnership
with Mr. J. C. Ludlow, under the firm name of
Ileidt A Ludlow, respectfully calls the attention of
his friends and the public generally to their large stock
of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and
Hats, which they are now opening, and will sell at
Wholesale and Retail, at 71 St. Julicn and 152 Con
gresstreets, Gibbon's Range.
octe-am e. HBIPT.
JUST opened * luge assortment of Zephyr Worsted
Shawls, Sontags, Cloaks feud Hoods, Children*
Caps, Boot** mid Gaiters.
Also, Irish Linens. Table Damask, Linen Towels,
Table Napkins and Doyles, and a variety of Fancy Ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
All of which we offer at very low pricca.
EINSTEIN A ECKMAN,
n!3-tf 161 Congress Street
JUST received, 2 cases English Bleached Shirting.
Will be sold low’, to close consignment, by
M. J. SOLOMONS A CO.,
nl7-tf Jones' Block. Bay street.
FINE CUSTOM MADE
P DONELAN. Merchant Tailor, hasjnst received a
• large invoice of New and Elegant Styles of
FRENCH CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, selected with
care in the New York Market, in accordance with the
lutest fashions of the day. Young gentlemen desiring
a Nobby Suit, made up from Stylish Goods, cannot be
better suited in Savannah. Mr. Donelan has facilities
for getting up Garments in the best, style, unequa.. and
by any other establishment in the city, having secured
the best workmeu. and enlarged his store, iu order that
his work may be done entirely under his own supt r
vision. PETER DONELAN,
Merchant Tailor. Bull street,
nl3 Next door to the Post office.
For the Information of the Public
WE publish this, our Ratos of Freight between Su
vanuah aud Augusta, by our reapedive boats:
Boxe- Hats, Bonnets and casks Crockery, Ac., 50c.
Barrels Bread, Potatoes, Ac,, $2 each.
Barrels Flour, $a each.
Bundles Buckets, Brooms, series Collars, Hamos,
Spades. Shovels, Ac., per doz., ft.
Crates Cabbages, large, $lO.
Crates Cabbages, bottle crates, $5.
Salt, per sack, $2.
Hardware. Hollow Ware and Iron, per 100 lbs., $2.
Iron and Coal, per ton, S2O.
Corn and l'eas, per bushel, 26c.
Single Packages, each, 50c.
Freight not enumerated, $! per 100 lbs. or 60c. per
ERWIN A HARDEE,
Agts. St’rs Amazon, W. U Gibbons olid Laura.
8. B. I’RKsDKE,
Ageut of Steamer Oak.
J. M. KINCHLEY,
Agent Steamer R. U. May.
F. M. MYHKLL,
Agent Steamers Express, Eclipse ana Vak>u,
Hi W holesale rll
Boots and Shoes !
Fellner and Poliak,
157 Street, Savannah, Ga.,
ARE enabled, Uwongh. tfceir permanent House in
Boston, to furnish Jobbers and Dealers in this
city as well as those in tbe country, with more a»l
--vantagea and conveniences in the Boot and Shoe
Trade, than any house in said line.
JOHN A. STALEY,
Justice ol* tiie I?eaoe,
NOTARY PUBLIC., &c.
ANNOUNCES to his old friends and the citixena of
Savannah that lie h«a returned to the city, and
may be fouud, for the present, at the Court House, nt
Judge Fleming's old office. MWSB-n2O
A CARGO of SALT, Ift sacks to the ton, just arrived
per British bark Croosco from Liverpool, for sale
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
COOK I IN' G
Hollow YVare, <fec.
Whitaker above Broughton Sts.
J. Ot. THOMPSON & CO.
Has resumed the Practice of Medicine. Special atten
tion to Diauoaea ot the Eye,
Office, and residence. Jonee street, two doors frev.i
Whitaker. octlft law4w
GREAT DIRT EXTRACTOR
S O°A P .
A SUCCESSFUL IMPROVEMENT FOR
SAVING LABOR AND EXPENSES
Warranted not to Injure the
B\ the u»e of this Soap, housekeepers an -nave half
the money usually expanded for Bu«p, Isal Soda,
clc., w one pound will K o an far m three poki.ids ofth.
common yellow Koaps, and do tbe work ti i half the
lime. There is no Soap in use that will t.leach coU
tons and linens hi purely white as Ik!a. au and none are
Hogcueiuliy useful to air
Tlire. suit, lll of good SortHoap ran be made from
one imnnd of the OK SOAP, shirt la the cheapest
material that can l>n uawl fur waaktug dtabea, ml k
scrubbing fioora, paint work, waabt’ig windows.
For hWambosla, Palmar* Primers, Machinists,
liurnlaher* Dyers, and Manufacturers' the OK SOAP
has no rival.
Those who doubt Um truth ol Uis starve sui.wonle,
have only lo try it and Judge from Urn results The
UiuuMMidsof henaekM-pera who are using PvlaW IHe
tofk Mttleroma fso Justly calaiirsle.l for purity* will
Audible Kosp equally as worthy of patrons.*
ll utay he used hi lli. same way aa any oilier Nuup
Iml lbs most IsvuraUle rsauHs era produced by fulluw
log Hui dlrvuionsou each uay.
Hotd Iu Mavthusk, at wbotmals. by
VoMK. WILLIAM*, Mutt.TlMh * DO
F. M. MYRELL,
urnkhal commission and for-
WARDING M Kill'll A NT,
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
Harrit*' Buildings, 2d door west of A. Low A Co.'a.
Refers to Messrs. Hunter A Gammell, Crnne, John
son A Graybill: Bell Wylly A Christian ; Bothweli A
Whitehead; Miller, Thomas A Cos.; M. A. Cohen,
TOBIAS HEDRICKS & C 0..
(’onini iMsion Merchnnts,
# New York.
OCTAVCB COHKN will make liberal advances on
any consignments made to the above boose.
w». H. Tison., W». W. Good on
Tison & Gordon.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
No. 96 BAY STREET,
Savannah, ------- Georgia.,
Special attention will be given to the sale of Lumber,
O. M. SORREL. a. O. BOBRKL
CHIPPING, Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
References: Messrs. H. K. Coming, Son A N.
Y.: Messrs. Peter V. King* Cos.. N. Y.; Messrs. Fish
er , Brothers A Cos., Baltimore ; Messrs. S. & W. Welsh,
Philadelphia; National Bank, Savannah, Ga.; Francis
Sorrel, Esq , Savnnnah. Ga.;Chas. Green, Esq., Savan
nah, Ga.; T. R. Bloom, Esq., Macon, Ga.
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
178 Pearl Street, New York.
D. H. BanwiN,) N Y k
J. F Cummings, ( New YorK *
H. Brigham, )
oct4-3m c. M Hoi st, f Savannah.
A. S. Hartridge,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
ME E R!C HA NT,
92 BAY STREET,
JAMES B. CAHILL, "
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, W r ines
171 BROAD STREET,
HOLDERS ofMerchandiae wishing to realise imme
diately will consult their interests by consigning
Strict attention will he given to all business en
trusted to them, and prompt returns made at the
most --e lsonable rates. nep4-3m
A. W. STARBUCK & CO..
111 Nortli Water Street,
Careful selections made on all orders for the Pur
chase of Goods, and Consignments respectfully solic
ited. lm oct2l
Henry L. Jewett. James I. Snider.
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MKRCHANTS AND
Second Street, Macon, Georgia,
(Between Cherry und Poplar.)
Prompt personal attention given to all cou*ig»-
meuts of cotton, produce, untuuluclureb aud wthev
articles of merchandise. Orders and coimigadiutHfe*
solicited from all parts of the country. Best atbeiuiou
given to orders lor purchasing cotton.
Agents for several first class insurance Companies.
C. H. BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 8G Broad Street, New York,
Produce and Flour Commission
Dealers in Provisions, Rutter, Cheese, &c*
Special attention to Sout!»i«n.Grdf ra.
Consignments on solicited.
TO SHTrPFKS OF WrrttJi AND OTHI’Jt
SOUTH URN I’UODUCL.
FKNNEK, lIKNNETT * BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenuor & Bennett.
COMMISSION ME It CHANTS.
No. 40 Vxsxv Strjuct, i,m» You*.
Aud Memphis, Tenn.
Thomas Fxmnxo, Uiwsi Ui.Nr.tvr, D. W. Bowm ul
CIIAS. L. COLBY & CO.,
SHipping Comr.tigsion and Forwarding
JONXt BLOCK, BAY AND AHKBOOKN BTRE CT
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments o the firm of Cuas. L. Cos lmy,
of New Y ork, or to our friends in Boston.
MAY DE A WRIGHT, Agents aV Augusta, Ga.
'Messrs. Dabney, Morgan A Cos., New York.
J&rivs Slade, Esq., New York.
Hon. J Wiley Edmonds, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. sep 18—tt
Woodward, Baldwin & Cos.,
110 Duane Street, New York,
9 and 11 Hanover St., Baltimore.
DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignment* Sheetings,
Osnaburgs and Yarns. jy!B
JOUN & SAMIHIS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS CT
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac.,
NOS. 1 AND 2 SAMMIS’ BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jaeksutiville, Fhiritla.
JNO. S. SAMMIB. ED. O. BAM MIS. Oil AS. U MATURE
•n all kind* of
FORKION AND D iMKSTKJ FRUITS .hd PRODUCE
W«»t WxouiauTon Makkvt,
Oppo.lt. 148 Wat at., liulkhuul belwwm Barclay aud
Veauy at a.,
PutatiK'a, Applea aud Onioua conatantly on hand, and
put up for tb* Southern market
All coualgumenla promptly attenked to.
fOr Heft va to A. L. Bradley, A. Haywood, T. J.
Walah, and J. U. Puraoua.
S. M. GOLDING,
Whuleaala and Ratal 1 Dealer la
iiiin. mps. mm shoes,
UfßlkMMl'N I'MrßllhlßK hoot*,
N« IMI CONUKKiM HTKJCET,
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
T> EBPECTFULLY Invite attention to our facilities
XV for the purchase or movement of Southern
Products, and will give prompt attention to all busi
ness entrusted to our care. Intending to establish
perrainently a House in Savannah, expect by strict
business principles to merit and receive a portion of
Having a commodious Warehouse for Cotton, we
are prepared to buy, or receive on consignment to our
friends in New York or Europe, and will make ad
vances on same; picking, re-baling or mending all
Cotton before shipping, thereby saving the enormous
expense incurred in Northern cities by this process.—
They solicit a portion of the business of tne people
of Georgia and of adjoining States.
OFEIGE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS,
Post Office Address, Lock Box 25. oct7-3m
a. T. OUNNINUUAM. D. G. PURSE. R. J. LARCOMBE.
CUNNINGHAM, PURSE & CO
Factors, forwarding and commission
MERCHANTS, No. 4 Stoddard's Lower Stores,
Bav street, Savannah. Ga.
References—Robt. Habersham A Pons, Hunter A
Gammell, Octavus Cohen, Brigham, Baldwin & Cos.,
Erwin A Hardee, Claghorn A Cunningham.
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
Collection and Commission Agency,
handle Southern land aud property of all descriptions.
Parties wishing to sell are invited to for ward lists.—
Numerous applications now on file from parties wish
ing to purchase.
Make collections on all parts of the country.
Pay especial attention to the sale and disposal of
Southern products, and make advances on direct
MATTHEW H BRIDGE, Manager,
No. 9 Broad st., New York.
REFERENCES BY PERMISSION:
Hon. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
P. Harmony, Nephews A Cos., Bankers, 38 Broadway.
Messrs. H. B. Claliu A Cos , Importers, New York.
A. W. Green leaf, Esq., Banker, N. Y. n9-3m
JOHN B. GDIEU. JOUN A. GUIEU,
JOHN B. GUIEU & SON,
Comm i issiun Merchants,
Will attend to a
General Agency Business.
Personal attention will be given to the Receiving and
Forwarding and to the Sales and Purchase of
Cotton and all Produce.
tr References to the principal Merchants of Au
gusta aud Savannah.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 1. 1865. lm oct27
JOHN L. VILLALONGA,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER
No. 94 Bay Street,
106 BAV STREET,
SCRANTON. SMITH & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
WOULD be happy to see the former patrons and
friends, and me public generally, at their store
at the head of Bay street, opposite Jcflerson, where
they will be at all times happy to seivethem.
BRYAN, HARTRIDGE & CO..
Bryan Street, next to Mkrouants' and Planters'
Broker and Commission Agents
FOB SALE AND PURCHASE OF
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
Fordyce, Anderson & Janney,
Broken and fieneral Commission Merchants,
NO. lO STODDARD’S RANGE,
Dealers in Specie, Southern Bank Note* Bonds and
Stocks, Exchange on the Northern cities, Augusta and
Churlcsiou, bought und sold. Liberal advances made
ou consignments to our correspondents at the North.
Refer lo Third National Bank, Messrs, beebe, Keech
& Uo., Measrs. Merchant &, Carman, Messrs Hall &
Kuckell, New Y'ork; Messrs. Carman, Merchant &
Shaw, Philadelphia; Messrs. Wm. Lamping A Cos.,
Messrs, u. H. Reese & Bros., Baltimore; Messrs. R.
Habersham & Sons, Messrs. Hunter & Gammell, Mr.
Geo. W. Anderson, Mr. G. B. Lamar, Savannah.
OSO. l>. FOWL* va. X. HOY. UVOU BIOS
FOWLE & C 0„
FORMERLY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA.,
Importers of Railroad Iron and Dealers in
Office, 70 Broadway,
G. B. & G. W. LAMAR,
General Commission Merchants,
Forwarding: and Shipping Agents,
NO. 9* BAY fcTKEEi’, (upstairs )
Refer to Geo. W. Audeison, Jno C. Ferreland G. B.
tonuar, Savannah; W. E Jackson. Josiah Sibley A
8011s, J. B. AJ. W. Walker, Augusta. Consignment*
w. j. BLAiK. a. j. smith. w. w. keen.
BLAIR, SMITH & CO.,
No. 3£>@ Broad Street,
General Commission Merchants,
And Agents fur the Sale of
Itfanutact urod Tobacco.
Will F’urchwe and Sell, on Commission, Cotton.
Cott on Goods, Wines, Liquors, Producesnd Mvrchsn,
dise of svery diaeriptlon.
Consignments solicited. lm nl4
SOUS UtKHVMAI*. H. U WASINIt.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ and Planters’ Agency
r)K the sals ufUusuo, Fertilisers, Uve Mtock, lm
plsiuenu aud M» hluery, Isrds, Ac.
07 W. b'ayutlM Mlruil,
K»b* M Juhu H. Uiltiun, Prssideiit Claws ssske
lisuk , Chiu. tn.4slu. Csshlsr Frsiiuliii Msnk, KslU
jBKi K C * sds A Cos. suii I*. U. Ikhu, Hsviutusb
\v« hsv. >Ki, Ay kwuMWAd il> m Nr. N. J.
VyLAJaJIiMMK »uh lilt lire, uam- ruuui>4,l,g«i,
LIVINGSTON, FOX & C 0„
141 1* roadway,
A|(eHtt Atlantic Coast Wail Steam
Advances made on Consignments by
JNO. R. WILDER,
oct2s 2m Savannah.
J. F. PATERSON. J. TITt’KER.
PATERSON & TUCKER,
fFormerly J. T. Paterson A Cos, of Augusta, Ga.}
General Commission, Forward
ing and Shipping Merchants,
No. 9 Stoddard’s Lower ltangr,
OPPOSITE MARINER’S CHURCH, BAY STREET,
TTAVE made arrangemeuta for Shipping Cotton, Tim
-11 ber. Rice, Ac., to first claas houses in Europe and
Will make liberal advances on all consignments.
Also, will buy aud sell Timber or Lumber on Commis
We have facilities for obtaining Charters for Vessels
at moderate rates.
Personal aitention will be given. to the receiving,
forwarding and to the sales of all merchandize entrust
ed to our care. We have a commodious warehouse
References—Dowling * Cos., London : Gibbs, Bright
& Cos., Liverpool; Bradford A Renick, New York ; J.
E. Bayley & Cos., Philadelphia; James Oakes, Boston;
E. Lautte, charleston. S. C.; R. H. May, fMavor,} Au
gnsta Ga.; Geo. R. Crump & Cos., Augusta, Ga.; Hal
sey, Watson A Cos., Savannah, Ga.; D. D. Thomson,
Columbus. Ga.; James Gunn & Son, Richmond, Va.;
Clayton, Adair & Purse. Atlanta, Ga. nov3
Ai.kezd R. Br-NNiTr, 1 Y . Cnaa. H. Bknnktt,
Jss. C. Van Pelt, J New York Raleigh, N. C.
Bennett, Van Pelt & Cos.,
FOR TUF. SALE OF
COTTON T&BACGO, NAVAL STORES, ETC.,
FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF STATE ANI>
23 "Whitehall St., New York.
We have associated with us Mr. D. W. Curtis, late
Public Treasurer for North Carolina. i:9-Cm
MACKY, BEATTIE & GO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
203 and 205 Bay Street,
OFFJCR for sale to Wholesale Merchants upwards or
four hundred (400) barrels of Whiskey, western
distillation, ol various brands ami qualities, together
with a large amount of Irish and Scotch Malt Whis
kies, Brandy, Wines, anil trine, at Philadelphia or New
York prices, expenses added, or we shall fill all orders
in tiie aliovo named cities, at the lowest market prices
delivered on board any boats or the regular lines.
11l connection with the above, we should be pleased
to fill alt orders of Country Produce from Phiiadet
phlaor New York markets Flour, Bacon, Grain,
Lard, Lime, Salt, Ac., and a large quantity of which
we have on hand and offer for sale on the most reason
Wc are prepared at all times to make advances on
Southern Produce consigned to our house in Philadel
MACKY & BEATTIE,
25 South Water st reet.
scp29-3m 1933 and 1935 Market street
H. J. DICKERSON,
OFFICE OPEN AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY
No. 1 Harris’ Buildings.
Latest from Egypt!
PENNY’S NEW EXTRACT OF THE* EUYTIAN
LOTUS, anew and exquisite Perfume tor tbe
handkerchief. Cleojiatra and the ladies of ike present
day using the same perfume.
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!!
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!!!
Manufactured by F. A.Penny, Brooklyn, New York.
K. A. LOVKJOY, Agent,
n9-3m 93 Fulton street, N. Y.
1 lA BUSHELS Prime White Com
AOvU 2000 bushels Prime White Oats
n8 N. A. HARDEE A. CO,
ONE splendid fonr or six horse Wagon, with Har
ness to match.
Also four Mules.
Enquire at the stables of Henry Wayne, West Bmsd
F o R S -A. L E.
1 BUSHELS White Corn
A v\JV 1000 bushels Mixed Corn
1000 bushels Prime OaLs
20 bbls Hams
10 bbls Smoked Tongues
200 boxes Cheese
100 kits No. 1 Mackerel.
In store and for sale by
nl6-lw GUERARD A PERRILL.
THE undersigned promises to core
In all Its worst forms without the use of medicine—
Please send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for
postage. Address J. M. KL'SSELL,
octlo-Sm Boston. Mass.
CENTRAL R. R. A BANKING CO. OF GA.,)
Savannah, Nov. 14, 1865 )
THE Annual Meeting of ihe Stockholders of tbi*»
Company will be heM on Thursday, tile 14th of
December next, at the Bankitg House in S.-ivannab,
at 10 o'clock, a. m. A lull attendance is earnestly re
quested. GEO. A. CUYLKR,
THE Steamer Zodiac is now discharging at the foot
of Abcrcorn street. Parties sre required to re
move their (.foods before sundown, or they will be
stored at their expense aud risk.
TUST received, ft small invoice of heavy Tinted
forks and Spoons, assorted. For sale by
M. J. SOLOMONS & UO.,
nIT-tf Jones’ Buildings, Bay street^
Great Eastern, Western & Southern
THE Adams’ Express Company are now prepared
to receive and forward Height and monies to
Uoctortown. Thomaavllla and all way elaltons. Alan,
to Augusta by Klver or Kallrosd, und to all potuta
West «,d So"",west R ~ T|rw|HOS Agent.
TDK steamship LEO ta now discharging at Mongln'a
wharf Coeslgueee are uuuted that all goods
soil removed before dark will ha atom! at I heir ei-
and risk, (KTAVUa COIIEN ,
THE fkaiiarinership inieiolore «»isiln| m tween
JAJIKMIN * M AlllUK k was, OH lll« tutb Men
Iciiilhii Iliasolved b> nunual eons. Id Ins ImisDi.ss
will Imn *»ii*r b* • oiblui M *»* Mm wlmi
I wIU lie bsppr M rwsgvs a nmumisme of m« pa
nonage lawlwwed oh the lam luui pi Jsi ksoij t
Rue Whitney & Cos., General
*°* “ tty ****< al Harnirt
- ' auj*
AM. BewrbrosagH & Cos., Gaoom asafC
. mission Mhuummb. 140 Congress <u.,i kvjT
Julian au Highest market prices pah? for cl*'
Wool, Beeswax, etc, Li beral Advances on Cotn“^°’
Ij'rwin A Hardee,
J COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ac.
Sainuel M. Lederer, Jobber and Retailer
Famov an» Btah.e Dnv Goes, Room Jn
iLonnNm Hato, A c. 146 Coihmv...
\T |i ’ t ’ r * t *‘ o- Wholesale Dealerm w, N „ ,7
IU. quoas, Szoahs, TamUmu; Can,"Sac
Ks. Deyo. DzALEB ,a
W ineb, Liquojtii,
■ ■I 1 ‘6l! Broughton street
BILLIARDS, Ac. °
Bay atreet, over Express Office.
1 1 M.*n Pin Alley.
A TEN PIN ALLEY, by VALENTINE BASI Fit
xr Ales, Wines and Liquors. “ ASLER '
No. 138 Bryan street, Ma,Let Square House, opposite
tue Alnrkeu l«n-ocl26
S*'* Cbarlei haloon, fin rear of Poet Office t
A. Stamm. Whulcmle and IMaU nJM?
CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS served. Free Lunch)
FAUTIhO. 7 " 1 ‘
MURPHY & CLARK 7 =
Haase, Sign, Ship and Steamboat Painter
Oposlte Ihe Pulaski House, over Stamm’s Barber Sh™
AU orders tbankfull received and laithluliy attended
to - lm octa
GAB FITTING. &c.
Wholesale Dealers in Haudware and Tin Wau.
No. 169 and 101 Broughton street.
U • PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
91 Bryan at., next 10 cor. Whitaker.
SEGAKS, TOBACCO, &o.
L> ivoi ii. ■"*
-T s ’ SEGAKS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, 4c
I Barnard street, one door South of the Market.
PRINTING, STATIONERY, &c.
vl lie At Lear it,
O BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cor. liryan afreet aud Market Square.
iVf arising Ink, Manufacttuzd and for sale by
DAVID U. GALLOWAY,
Geo. K. Nichols,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay st., between Abercoru and Drayton.
|A J. Purse, LITHOGRAPHER, .STATIONER
JCLf. BINDER, JOH PRINTER, &c.
Nu. G Whitaker street.
W . Mason A Cos..
i-. HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE
No. 11l Bay street
> attorneys: 7
WM. D. Harden,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
175 Bay street,
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
Fl>. Jordan, Dealer in Watches and Jkwklkt,
• Silver and Plated Wakk. Fancy Goods, Ac.
Wtatches and Jewelry Repaired.
129 Congress st., opposite the Pulaski House.
Jos, U. Clift, M. D,
Cor. South Broad aud Baruard-sts .,
Offic* Hours—9 to 10 A. M., and 4to 6 P. M.,
tW Residence—Mr. Wash's, Broughton Strwi,
n6-im one door east Masonic Hall.
• WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIBT,
aul4 Sourheaet cor. Barnard and Broughton its.
A A. Solomons & Cos.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
£W Orders executed accurately and with despatch.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ames & Peabody, Jobbers in Men’s, Women’s,
and Children’s Calf, Serge and Kid BOOTS and
SHOES, of all kinds and quulliics.
152 Congress st., 4th door North of the Market
ED. Sin y Hi, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AND
• CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail.
109 Broughton street, 2d door from cor. of Bull
• WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN _
CIDERS, LEMON. STRAWBERRY and RASPBERR*
SYRUPS, CANDIES, Ac., &0.,
HT In any quantities, to suit Purchasers. jk\
John Ryan, Bottler oTSODA WATER, POUTER
and ALE, CORDIALS. SYRUPS, 40.
Cor. Bay and W’est Broad streete.
THE subscriber, formerly of Savannah, aDd resident
at Bluckshear, Pierce county, Ga., on the AtlM
tic A Gulf Kailroad, Hill give his personal H 9d T ana ;:
vided attention to the sale and purchase of Lanas
contiguous to the said railroad, on commission, ana
solicits the patronage of ull needing un agent there.
An experience in the land, lumber and timber mr* '
ness of twenty years in Goorgia and South Cnroimj.
guarantees ample qualification, lie will be rep
sented in Savannah by Mr. Henry Bryan, ard to fi
York by the Great Southern Lind Agency. 7] }»
wuy. JOHN D. DELANIsOu
Refers to any old resident in Savannah.
Be pi 8 8m
o BALES Prime Northern Bay, per Scbr CM*
iSr FiCtett - F ° r .l l K’i a A Ve » >ll Yl IK $ CO-
Paper andßag Warehouse
Warren & Platner,
YITIIOLEBALE dealers in all kinds of coarf*
,V fine Paper, Envelops, Twines and Paper ><>•'“•
Sole Agents iu this city fortius Batli Paper Mills-
The highest cash prices paid for Rags, GId»JJ
and Bagging and Waste Pa|>er, in large or r®
octlO-tf 210 Ray street. Savannah,^
SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE ATD I
ORATION AID COMPANI.
WHO wants Timber and Turpentine Lands f
Who wants Cotton and Com Farms?
We have them for »al«, in different States
wants to sell Lands ? We can sell them. Put
in o«r hands. . V nrk
W. H OUTNCy, 52 Wall street. New Yo£
PUBEY, JONES AGO.,
TkIANUrACTURI Iron m.a»b , .su NI«i« *
IVi I toiler. Ma< Itiuerv for MW Mill. * „y|l
Ull lung eitwriellie Ih JhSwM .•“* tfc*
with very slumO# faslMUs. fordoing , (f a,
i lu* arepieparr.l In ezumte order* wIU d»l«»
Ik] II debt. nmtr.rkMl by am u< tit. rile * “[ 1 ' M>