THK SAVANNAH* DAILY HUB.AHD.
VOL. 1-NO. 267.
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In everv eryle. neatly and promptly dona
I jOSS of the Steamer Lehr,
Acopsta, Nov. 24—The steamer Robert
Lehr was snagged and sunk on her trip up,
one mile above Burten Ferry. The Minnie
Brandt is alongside rendering assistance.
Arrival of General Thomas.
Mobile, Nov. 24.—Major General Thoma 9
arrived here this afternoon.
The sales of cotton to-day were 600 bales.
Middlings 49 to 60.
The sales of the week are 4000 bales. Re
ceipts of the week 9,843. Exports of the
week 9,266, ,
Stock on hand 67,854.
Gold 147 to 160.
The South Carolina Legislature.
The North Carolina Convention was startled
by President Johnson's despatch, requiring
The South Carolina Legislature was simi
lar y surprised on the 6th inst., while it was
engaged in the discussion of the lollowing
report of the committee on Federal Rela
Resolved, That in the opinion of the Gen
eral Assembly, the people ot South Carolina
have tally complied with the requirements of
the avuiesty proclamation of his Excellency
Audi, w Johnson, President of the United
States, dated 29th of May, 1865.
Resolved, That having given the strongest
practical proofs of their entire acquiescence
in the results of the war, including the eman
cipation of their slaves, the people have fair
ly entitled themselves to the benefits of
amnesty guaranteed them by that proclama
5 Resolved, That the continuance of martial
law, and the further suspension of the writ of
habeas corpus within the limits of the State,
is inconsistent with the restoration ot c.vil
government, and the proper subordination of
the military to the civil power required by
the Constitution of the United States.
“Resolved, That the people of South Car
olina fully appreciate the difficulties which
surrouuded the President of the United
States and cheerfully accord to him the
tribute due to clemency in the exercise of
power. That acknowledging their position,
at the close of the war, to have been tbat of
a conquered people, yet, having accepted
the terms which were offered them, and
having fully complied with all the conditions
then proposed, the public faith of a great
Government stands solemnly pledged before
the eyes of the world to release them from
military rule, and to restore them to all their
rights in the Uuion.”
Upon these resolutions the committee re
ported at length and favorably.
The question being upon the adoption of
the report of the committee, it was So stated
by the speaker, and was about to be put to
the vote of the House, when the doorkeeper
announced the private secretary of the Pro
visional Governor, Mr. Wru. H. Perry, who
entered, ascended the rostrum, as is custo
mary, and read the following:
IMCOKTANT MESSAGE FROM THE. PROVISIONAL
State of South Carolina, Nov, 7, ’65. >
To the Honorable the Senate and House of
Gentlemen : I had the honor of receiving
from the President of the Uuited States the
following telegraphic dispatch on the 28th of
To B. F. Perry, Provisional Governor:
Your last two dispatches have been re
ceived and the pardons suggested have been
I hope tbat your Legislature will have
no hesitation in adopting the amendment to
the Constitution of the United States abol
ishing slavery. It will set an example tbat
will no doubt be followed by the other States,
and place South Carolina in a most favorable
attitude before the nation. I trust in God
that it will he done. The nation and State
will thru be left free and untrammeled to
take that course which sound policy, wis
dom and humanity suggest.
[Signed] Andrew Johnson,
President of the United States.”
Three days afterward I received the fol
lowing telegram from the President:
Washington, Oct. 81.
1° B. F. Perry, Provisional Governor:
llitie is a deep interest felt as to what
couse the Legislature will take in regard to
the adoption of the amendment to the Con
stitution of the United States abolishing
slavery, and the assumption of debts created
r , l *'. e rel) cllion against the Government
5? ltle United States. If the action of the
J-onveniion was io good faith, why hesitate
n making it a part of the Constitution oi the
nued States? I trust iu God that the re-
* j shun of the Union will uot be defeated,
. T llat . bas 60 ,ar been well done thrown
1 still have faith that all will come
yet. This opportunity ought to be
ti., «nd appreciated by tbe people of
• e Southern States. If I know my own
i« n , ? UC J ever y passion which enters it, it
it desire to restore the blessiDgs of the
‘ on : ant | tie up and heal every bleeding
eidui wllich bas been caused by this fratri-
Let us be ftuided by love and
uoin from on high, and union and peace
ro UCe ntore reign throughout the land
[Signed] “Asdrew Johnson.”
thnt°o llleße dispatches I replied
im i). Ifi War debl 01 800111 Carolina was very
tin,? ! dmUc ! that our whole debt at this
ii,hi i?’* 8 ~n|y ulx >ul six millions of dollars ;
w„r in 18 " m "*tly Incurred anterior to the
new v?,f, on s! ruoßo K railroads and building a
standlim* f?" use ’ wlth a “ 0,11 d «bt ot long
oi Hi,,??*} 1 *? 1 we bad assumed no portiou
ki, ■ ' °ufederate debt, and were responsl
il„. Sl 1,0 *»y lor It. The ex|>euditures which
l m ,r „ bad lacurred up to a certaiu period
‘ t been settled and refunded by the
C'lorederst,, States. ’
that Houih Carollus had abolished
w ini,,, u ** ood f u 'th, and never luteuded or
till nJ. ° M llu , w ll I U»*l the Legislature was
svi...J l ?Wl* w <"« * wi*. just end hutnaue
t< i ilo r ? W| l Ibe * o v°rn®«hl *«»d pro
imtmim .! lln all their rights ol
~l,i ~ * llJ I'foperly, and that thure was ue
in,., !! 1 ■dopiloo of the pro|Mswd
•. oi 1 dw Ptalerai CuosUtuUoa, ex
iiinlueii "H'relietisloii that Congress might,
■lan. ii T IM "’ , b > n ol that sinendiui ni,
the tight to legislate for tbe negro alter
slavery waa abolished. I likewise stated
that no official notice had ever been receiv
ed by the Legislature of the proposed amend
ment to the Constitution of the United
In reply to this despatch, I received yes
terday the following telegram from the Se
cretary of State, dated
“Washington, Nov. 6.
To His Excellency, B. F. Perry, Provi
sional Governor :
Your despatch to the President, of Novem
ber 4, has been received. He is not entirely
satisfied with the explanation it contains.
He deems necessary the passage of adequate
ordinances declaring all insurrectionary pro
ceedings in the State unlawful and void ah
Neither the Constitution nor laws direct
official information to the States of amend
ments to the Constitution submitted by Con
gress. Notice ot the amendment by Con
gress abolishing slavery was, nevertheless,
sent by the Secretary of State at the time, to
the States which were then in communica
tion with the Government. Formal notice
wilj immediately be given to those States
which were then in insurrecton.
The objection which you mention to the
jast clause of the constitutional amendment
is regarded as querulous and unreasonable,
because that clause is really restraining in its
effects, instead of enlarging the power of
The President considers the acceptance
of the amendment by South Carolina as in
dispensable to a restoration of her relations
with the other States of the Union.
[Signed] Wm. H. Seward.”
steamship communication with
When a few days since we penned our
paragraph suggesting the importance of a
prompt movement on the part of our mer
chants for the establishment ot a line of
steamships between this city and Europe, we
did not expect so soon to be called on to
chronicle the eutrance into our harbor of an
ocean steamer, the pioneer of a line con
necting Savannah and Liverpool. By the
card of the Agents, Messrs. Brignam, Bald
win & Cos., in our advertising columns, it will
be seen that the British steamship Darien,
Capt. Haran, is announced for freight and
passengers, and will sail direct from this
port for Liverpool. is the pio
neer ship of the West India and Pacific Steam
ship Company's Line, to ply direct from Liv
erpool, the West Indies and Savannah. The
steamers of this line will, we understand,
.coal, provision and take in full cargoes with
mails at this port and proceed direct to Liv
erpool taking the West India ports on the
The Darien is a superior ship and with
good passenger accommodation, has the ca
pacity of 3,500 bales compressed cotton. She
is now lying at Venus Point, a few miles be
low the city, where she will take in cargo
&c., her deep draft of water not permitting
her to come up to our wharves. The West
India and Pacific Steamship Company to
which she belongs own a large number of
first class ships, and should they receive suf
ficient encouragement, will, no doubt, soon
establish a regular line of steamships between
.this port and Liverpool.
ANOTHER STEAMBOAT DISASTER ON
the upper savannah river.
The SUam«rß»b«rt Lehr Snagged and
We are informed by telegraph from Au
gusta, that the steamer Robert Lehr, while
on the voyage from Savauoah to Augusta,
was snagged and sunk one mile above Bur
ton's Ferry. Tbe first deck is entirely sub'
The steamer Minnie Brandt is alongside
rendering all assistance possible.
Tbe Robert Lehr was cleared for Augusta
on Monday last, by Mr. Octavus Cohen, and
Mr. F. M. Myrell. She had a very full freight.
The accident must have occurred on Wed
nesday. The destruction of steamboats,
cotton barges etc., ou the Savannah river, is
becoming almost epidemic, the Robert Lehr,
tbe Fannie Lehr and the Savannah, having
suffered shipwreck within a few weeks.
Undelivered Telegraph Messages. —List
of messages remaining uncalled for at tbe
H. Rogers, J. F. & M. Hamilton, 2 ; Al
bert Wiley, Wm. Tunuo, S. F. WilliamsoD,
F. A. Flinn, J. Cohen & Cos., Capt. H. Wood,
A C. M., J. W. Hallett, H. Wurtzburg, Al
len & Cos., J. T. Thompson, E. A. Cooley,
Geo. Ringsland, Mr. Sanford.
Affray in Baker County.
Smithville, Ga., Nov. 17, 1865.
Editors Macon Telegraph A most brutal
murder was committed on the evening of the
15th inst., at the residence of Dr. M. D*
Sanders, of this county. James Covin went
to the house ot Dr. Sanders, called him out,
end tried to raise a difficulty with him—but
being a near neighbor, tbe Doctor refused to
notice anything he said. Coviu then raised
a difficulty with a Mr. John Haynes—called
him a d—n liar, Haynes struck him on the
head with a small cane. Covin then drew an
aimy pistol and shot Dr. Sander?, deliberate
ly, and then turned round and snot Haynes
twice, hitting him each time slightly.
Dr. M. D. Sanders was shot through the
side from left to right, and can hardly re
The constable went last night to arrest
Covin, and found him armed, and on his
way [mounted] for distant parts. He was
halted five times, and failing to stop, was
fired at and dangerously wounded. He was
carried to Ids house, where he now lies iu a
Dr. SaDders is a nice, inoffensive gentle
man, and universally loved by the people,
while the other is a wild character, and was
drunk at tbe time he shot Sanders. Great
indignation was felt at the commission of tbe
murder—and but little sympathy exists lor
the wounded murderer.
The Southern Congressmen.— A despatch
from Washington says: “The news from
South Carolina that her Legislature has
adopted the constitutional amendment abol
ishing slavery has caused both surprise and
pleasure. Her delegation to Congress, lam i
told, will be backed up vigorously by the !
President, no matter whether they can take
tbe test oath or not, and so will the repre
sentatives of the other States when their
Legislatures rally to the call of the Execu
tive, as the Palmetto ha* done.— Washington
Ho*- Qsmoh Davia ix Hi* Yoait.—A dia
patch from New York. November 15th,
slates that Hon. George Davis, late Attorney
General of the CodftdorsUi htati-a, had ar
rived in New To* no uie U. H. steamer
Mxwpbtii, aud would be delivered to the
United Htates authorities. We sincerely
hopa that Mr. Davia ugy soon lie reeton-d to
tils Until/ and friends.
at Key We*. Florida, and that be |a now
owflited in rvti LaPsyette.
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1865 .
More Shipwrecks. —The Charleston Cour- '
ier or the 22ff says :
The steamer Cosmopolitan, Captain A. C.
Crocker, arrived at this port from Florida at
•p. m. yesterday. Purser Chas. M. Bird
sail reports the loss at sea of the schooner
Hamet B. Tyler, ol Philadelphia, bound
from Galveston to New York, and the Joel
G. Sweet, bound from New York to Apa- j
lachioola. Captain James McGee, of the
Tyler, was lost while going ashote in a small :
boat. All the others of both vessels were
saved. The officers and crew of the Cosmo
politan raised the snm of eighty-four dollars
for the rqjief of the survivors.
The Trial or Jeff. Davis.— The Wash
ington correspondent of the New York Com
mercial Advertiser, commenting on Forney’s
demand for court martial to try Jeff. Davis,
“Whether the President of the Uuited
States will order the arch rebel lobe brought
before a tribunal which will aliow no possi
bility of acquitment, remains to be seen.
Why not either hang or shoot the prisoner
at once, without the expense or trouble ot a
Important from the Maine Border.— The
New York Times says it has, troin apparent
ly trustworthy authority, a rather stattling
rumor of trouble of a serious eharaeter on
: the Canadian border. It appears that a
1 British officer took the liberty of leading a
company of marines across the line into the
State of Maine to arrest deserters, tbat his
men themselves finding that they were on
foreign soil, deserted him ; the application
was made to our authorities to have tbe men
given up, which was, of course, refused.
The report adds that the WashingtoiaGov
ernment, on being apprised ot the case, im
mediately ordered Hancock's corps, or a por
tion thereof, to rendezvous in Maine. Such
is the story; This much is certain—a body
of troops have left Hartford, Cl, lor Augus
ta, Maiue. Matters look a little squally, to
say the least.
OUR MUTUAL FRIEND; by Clras. Dickens, Com
plete and unabridged, one volume. Illustrated.
Rose Douglas. Price $1 60.
Lover’s Trials. Price $1 60.
Red Court Farm, by Mrs. Henry Wood. Price 76c.
Self-Sacrifice. Price $1 60.
Mildred Arkell. trice *2.
East Lynne; or, the Earl’s Daughter. Price 75r.
Angelina; by the nnthor of The Gift.” Price 50c.
The Banker’e Secret; by the author of ” Gus How
ard." Price 76C.
Bir Jasper’s Tenant; by Mrs. Braddon. Price 76c.
Match Making Price 60c.
Hickory IUll; by Mrs. Southworth Price 60c.
George Francis Train’s Speech t > the Fenians.—
The Busli Rangers, price $2 00.
Major Jones’Sketches of Travels, 79 cts., and a
further supply of his other works.
Also the complete works of Dickins, Walter Scott,
and other favorite authors. Cheap editions, at
ESTILLS’ NEWS DEPOT,
BuU street, Back of the Post Office,
THE place to get good, sweet and pleasant Segars
(such as Jones smokes), Is at
GEO. S. NICHOLS’.
The place to get sweet Orange Connty Butter is
at GKO. S. NICHOLS’.
The place to get excellent Cheese is at
GEO S. NICHOLS’.
The place to get Buckwheat Flour Is at
GKO. S. NICHOLS’.
The place to get flue Sugar-cured Hams is at
GEO. S. NICHOLS’.
The placet to get fine Pickles and Sardines is at
GEO. S. NICHOLS’.
The place to get Old Java Coffee and good Tea is
at GEO. S. NJCHOLS'.
The place to get new Raisins and Can Peaches Is
at GEO. S. NICHOLS.
The place to get tbe genuine Borden’s Condensed
Milk is at GKO. S. NICHOLS’.
And, Ladies, the place you can visit is at the neat
Little Store, where you can get almost everything in
the way of housekeeping Groceries, at anv time be
tween 6 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Remember the neat Little Store, No. 113 South
Broad street, kept by
n24-2 GEORGE S. NICHOLS.
/CONSIGNEES or owner* of goods per steamship
VJ Chare, on voyage from New York, October 21at,
18(15, will please present copies of Invoices: also,
claims for ahijrt deliveries and deductions for damage,
if any, to the undersigned, on or before the 16th day
of December next, for the purpose of making the ad
justment of the general average.
HUNTER A GAMMELL.
Macon Telegragl), Augusta Constitutionalist
and Atlanta Intelligencer, pleaee copy and send bill to
this office. n'24-td
GEO. H. ARLEDGE,
72 BAY STREET,
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Commission and Forwarding Mer
1 WOULD respectfully eollcit a liberal share of pa
tronage from my fri nda and acquaintances, guar
anteeing to give entire satisfaction and sell fit tho
lowest market prices.
Order* from the country will receive immediate and
20 Boxes Lemons*
Per steamship America, on consignment, end
• for sale by
CUNNINGHAM. PURSE A CO..
n2-2 Bay «t., opposite Mariners' Church
20,000 Best SWEET ORANGES
In good order, for sale by
nSfry L. J. QUILMABTIN A CO
Ferry Wharf Wood Yard.
ALL orders for Wood to the strove Yard will be
sent to Mr. R. W. Miller, In charge of wharf,
accompanied by the cash, to en.irc attention.
niiA-tf p. M. MYRELL.
TO THE SHIPPERS OF GOODS BY THE
STEAMER SAVANNAH ON THE 4th
DAY OP NOVEMBER, 1805.
A LL peraone who shipped Goods by the Mteamer Ka-
A vanuah, oD the above named day, are requested
I" call liuiuedptioly at the .tor. of It * Myrell, lUu.,
Uarrta 1 llulldtng*. May sireet, end identify »u< h *..odn
as have been saved iron, tbe wrack of Ike steamer.
i w. noLuTrr.
A HEAT *ad (OuHUodimM OH (age (.welling, with
A trick uulltouw . eUA. had, will he sold M applied
for taMMMWW. aWsalai) HutwetsrUl., u# K/Urls
•tywat Prim, ll.dtw Apply to
„ T M. WINAIJCk
At Mem, W4yi.es btsLlee.
•n-t| «Tm< DmpiliO..
Savannah. UK, Nov. IS, 1966 /
ON and after Wednesday. 22d lust., a daily
train will leave for Augusta at ASO a.
m.. connecting with a lineof Hacks running between
Station C Central Railroad, am! Wayne*Niro on tba
Augusta and Savannah Railroad.
Passengers by this line will arrive in Augusta the
next morning after leaving Savannah in time to
connect with the Georgia Railroad train for Atlanta.
Returning arrive in Savannah at 3.46 p. m
Freight to go by Passenger Train must be prepaid
anil delivered hall hoar before departure of train.
By order of
GEO W. ADAMS.
u3O General Superintendent.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE. 1
Savannah. Nov. lath. 1866 )
This Company Is now, in connection with H. J.
Dickerson A Co.’s Wagons, prepared to receive and
forward to Augusta. Macon. Allan la Ac., daily from
twenty to thirty ihonsa and poumte of Freight, and go
through in from three to five days.
ship Freight and other expenses must be paid by
Shippers. Railroad freight can be paid here or at des
Freight on periahable goods must be prepaid.
Rules to August*, until fudfcer notice, will be per
foot 60 cents, per tuO lbs. 6260
GEO. W. ADAMS,
n2O General Superintendent.
MACON. GA.. \
November ltth. ISO 4. f
NOTICE TO BOND HOLDERS OF THIS
PERSONS bolding Bonds of this Company past due
will present the same at my office tor payment.
JNO. T. BOIFKL ILLET,
Attorney mt Xjaw,
OEFICE NO. 113 BAY STREET,
(Over the Herald Beading Room.)
octl4-tf SAVANNAH, Qa.
BANKER and BROKER COLUMBUS. GEORGIA,
buys aud sella Gold and silver, Uncnrrcnl Mon
ey and Exchange
Stocks and Ronds bought and sold on ecmmlash.n
Collections at this and other points attended to. and
proceeds remitted promptly. nlOSw’
Gao. R Black. Ker os K Lxstkk.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson A Lester,
corner of Bay and Barnard streets. octl4-tf
TnOS CORWIN. WM. It. OWEN, THOS WILSON,
cron in. i.atk 001. 14.rr.x1. or row a.
CORWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johnston, Corwin A Finncll.)
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE. *22 F STREET, ma> TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN REAR OF WILLARD’S HOTEL,
W A-'S II INGT ON , D.C.
Will practice in the Supreme Court ol the United
States, the Court of Claims, and the Courts ot the
District of Columbia.
Particular attention given to Claims and Depart
meat bu-ißeas. Officers Accounts adjusted.
DR. T. J. CHARLTON
HAS RESUMED THE PRACTICE OP
Medicine and Surgery.
Residence and Office corner Whitaker and Perry
JOHN B.GUIEO & SON,
HAVING a long experience in the Agency of
Steamboat Companies for many years, we will
give our persnal attention to any consigned to our
care. Augusta, Nov. f—l m
C. S. BUNDY,
Gc onor al A. gout
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 347 F Street, Between 13th and 14tu Streets,
(Near Pay Department,}
"\A7"aahington, D. O.
FIFTY doten Cotton Cards, Wilemore A. No. 10, in
store slid for sate hy
M. J. SOLOMONS A 00.
nl" ~ Jonee' building*. Bay at.
OWNERS FOR TWENTY (20) BALES
Picked np In the Savannah ltlver, by Howaid's Flats.
If not identified in five fill days will be sold at the
recommendation of a Board of Survey, (or account of
CUNNINGHAM. PURSE A CO.
“ NORTH RIVER
GRIFFING A 10., Proprietors,
Warehouses, 58 & 60 Cortlandt Street,
MANUFACTURERS OP AND DZALERS IN
Plows. Sugar Mills, Hay Cotters,
Harrows. Corn Mills. Sausage Cutters,
Cultivator*. Cidar Milk Vegetable caturs
Cotton bweeps, Fau Mills, Hand Certs,
Hay Prestos. Maw Mills Mule carta,
Coimn Pres.i*, Cure Hhellem OxOarts,
< idrr Fn»«, wv- T.uckr, Farm Wagons,
Grain OrSdles, Wheelbarrow* Hone, Powers,
(barns, M«g»r Pans. Thrashing Macb'l
Ol Bows. bliovals, Codon (llm,
Oa Yokes. Mueda , Mown. A itsep'S,
| Well Mediate Hoes, Porks, Jtc., »r.
IterUea, Fb-14 i«4 Vluwcr HreUs.
! Hoyt's (taper Pbowheu«f lieas, Mods Mseerc Poe
tifuUli r lltrilTl
*>.u Urals (U Idsngow PsrtiUler Ou PUosphsSt*
«>,4 ASSa.,-ul#iae (iasasa >u4 huia-r 11. -i i..i- <X
l.' **»--. pnf Bru-sk < onerutrsis-l Xom
OMiPrIMU A OM
I Mite is *p4t»cvertiesadt ei, M>w iusk
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIPS ARIADNE AND LEO,
BY C. ORFF,
' AT THE
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, BLACK AND WHITE CHECKS,
GENTS SCARFS, MAGNIFICENT STYLES
NEW FRENCH MERINOS,
A FULL STOCK OF CLOTHS AND CASBIMERES.
All just opened, with an immense stock of FANCY AND COLORED SILKS and other
FOR PLANTATION USB—DARK AND LIGHT KERSEYS, GEORGIA
PLAINS, GEORGIA JEANS, OSNABURGS AND BROWN.
Homeepaaae by the Yhrd, Piece or Bole.
«• AGENT FOR BRADLEY S ELLIPTIC HOOP SKIRT.
Southern Palace Dry Goods House
111 & 113 CONGRESS ST.,
nll-tf Oppoeite the Pulaski House.
JUST PURCHASED IN NEW YORK
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
300 PIECES BLEACHED SHIRTINGS, and other DOMESTICS, at a great reduction.
150 PIECES OF NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS, from the Late Auctions, at greatly
BLACK GOODS, a Fine Variety, Yery cheap.
„ f, #
BLANKETS, ' - , '
DAMASK TABLE LINEN,
TOWELINGS, * * '
DAMASK NAPKINS AND DOYLES
PILLLOW CASE LINENS AND COTTONS,
LADIES’, GENTS’ AND CHILDREN S HOSIERY,
CLOAKS, of newest styles and best make.
A fine assortment of SHAWLS, very cheap.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, for Gents and Boys’ Wear.
300 PIECES CALICO, best quality, 25c. and 30c. a yard.
NEEDLE WORK COLLARS, DO. IN SETTS.
LINEN COLLARS, CUFFS AMD SLEEVES; a choice lot just landed from Europe.
200 GREY AND BROWN BLANKETS,
FOR SjVI*K BY
DeWitt & Morgan,
137 CONGRESS STREET,
SAVANNAH. ~. •'
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Ac., Ac., Ac..
Remarkably Cheap for Caah,
CAN BE FOUND AT
A. Roaohor tfc Oo’a^
IS BARNARD STREET, COR CONGRESS LANS,
Comprising a general Asaortmeut of Foreign and
DomeeUc Gauds, Cioeks, Snawla, Ac
N. B—By strict atientioa to bestsesa, oourteoa*
and boeorsble dealing with oar cusLowors, we tenet
to merfi snd receive s lllwrtl eher* of patronage.
A large line oi Whit* Good* and Linens now open.
I BXT nnrned n leege ef Zephyr Worsted
rl eti.wU (heitags, Ciuathl sn# llooj*, Chlbir vn
( us, Ih.H* .ed Gaiter.
*lsu, ln*(i Due*. TsMelteoweb. Mwee Tow-ls.
Tsbi« b„!*.(.# *pu D-iyns (ml nvugiets of P*mr Ar
ikies km Dewteron. t u (iiasMioe
All ot widest.* niter »i rri j >o« ui,«
mmitHtf A NCCNAN.
111 (JwiyßH WlMfi
EDtSTEIN l ECKMAN,
No. 15l Congress St. Sarannati Ga.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALKBB IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
TTAVINS Just received and opened a very large
n and select stuck of Fancy Drees Goods, House-
Keeping and Domestic Goods, Blankets, Cloaks and
Shawls. Also Hats, Hoots and Sbosa.
And all artldsa uauallv found In a Smt cam
Dry Uuoda House, we would must respectfully invite
our former friend* and customers; also Merchants
and Planters visiting the rtty, to call and examine oar
Hock before purchasing elsewhere.
I just re-
KiMWiriN A ErXCMAN
.... ,T ®EWi-
PRICE, 5 CENTS
PhiEiiix Insurance Comp’y,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital ............ #500,000
*? th * •'•ove Company on Buildings
and Merchandize of every description at (air rate**
_novS-tm H, BRIGHAM, Agent.
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY INBURACE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus ... $1,600,000
PHCENIX INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus $1,500,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus, $1,300,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO-
Capital and Surplus ..$900,000
Apl'yto 0 "* 81
«h> . 1 J|k , J
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS.
« mt *. *•
* ***. ' ■ » *f '
® APIIPA $360,000
nnTSS £*** !®* ve to toform the tnrorfng
u* h the 5® been l*»ny appointed Agent tor
the abov. named Company, and la ready to taka Ma
rina, River and Fire Bhki at customary rates.
Office over Hunter A Bay I strew.
Hafarencee-Octavua Cohen, Hunter A Gammeli,
Erwin A Hardee. 6m-oct2B
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
aypuT BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
In sums |o eult purchaser*, by
m. F. MKT CAIEK A CO.
Boots and Shoes !
Fellner and Poliak,
157 Broughton Street, Savannah, Oa„
A ponawent House in
Jobbers and Dealers In this
city ae well as those In the oountry, with mere ad
vantages and conveniences in the Boot and Shoo
Trade, than any house In said line.
fpHE undersigned are prepared to make wary kind
namental Gardens, and to do aU kinds of Trimming
Ac., Ac. . ’
Orders may be left at tbe Herald office.
W. A. D. KLMAR A Cos.,
nov»-lm » Landscape Oardenere.
Miras 9 mROGENIZEtf
SUPER-PHOSPHITE OF LIME,
For Wheat and other Grain Crops, Cot
ton, Corn, Tobaeeo, Gratae. Vs»<
tables, Crops, 4ke. _ f
Composed of Calcined Bon**, SulphmiL . ,and Dried
Blood, Soda, Potash, Sulphate Ammonia .no ’other
Ammonia-producing materials, •• * 4
Does not exhaust the land dice Peruvian Guano
and other stimulating manures, but perm silently im-
It Is packed lu barrels of about about tM lba. each
Pamph'em conUlnlng certlflcatea from th«e who
have used thisfe.UlUer, and foil directlous taeltTn^
fiJSSSSSST* Cr ° P *’ C “ b,Wb '
Price reduced to S6O per ton, (2,000 ibt.}
For sale by *
rno 3 C u NNiNGH^ & PURa^^
p * ,Uoftheconnt,T
Which Includea package* containing complete assort.
Dents, put up expressly for •• Country Trade."
Goods re-packed to suit purchasers
W» Broughton at., Sd door Aroai Ball St
oe 10 ts E. D SMYTH.
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