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VOL. 1-NO. 268.
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Locisvillb. Nov. 25 —Frauds in the U. fi|.
Quartermaster s Department here, amounting
to SIOO,OOO have been brought to light.
THE SHENANDOAH AFFAIR.
Letter of Captain Waddell to Earl Rus
sell—His Convenient Unbelief.
Additional despatches by the China states
that the liberation of the captain and crew of
the Shenandoah is said to have been uncon
ditional, the British Government being of
opinion that there are no legal grounds upon
which they could be detained.
C.ptain Waddell, in a letter to Bari Rus
sell, which is published, says :
In obedience to orders I found myself in
the Arciio and Ochotsb Seas, far removed
join the ordinary channels of commerce,
and in consequence of this awkward circutn
stance, I was engaged in acts ot war until
the 28th ot June. X was ignorant of the re
verse- slide red by the C -moderates, and the
total ob.iteration of the Government under
which I acted. I received the first iutelli
g nee oftbe downfall of the Confederate
unsc on the ‘econd of August, lrom the
Bri ish bark Barracouta, and desisted im
mediately from further acts of war until I
could communicate with a European port
and le.irn if the intelligence was true. I
Could have been sensible that the tales (old
by American ship masters were true, but
mere' 1 upon the statement of a British cap
ta n I'd.ligcntly sought for a precedent in4*w
writer, for guidance in the fulnre control,
iiKilmgement and final disposal of the vessel,
but round none. Finding the antbority ques
ts n .hie under which I acted, I immediately
c-it-ed cruising and shaped her course for the
A antic. I did not feel justified in destroy
ing the vessel, hut on the contrary, thougut
the ship suouid revert to the Americau Gov
ernment. I therefore sought Liverpool to
learn the news, and if reports proved true,
to surrender the ship, with her guns, stores
aarl apparel, complete to the British Govern
ment. for such disposition as it should deem
luo Shenandoah was surrendered to the
American Consul on the 10th, who took for
mal possession, and placed her under Capt.
Fr emun and a crew of his own selection, to
convey the ship to New York.
Tin’ Sun Francisco papers of the 3d of Au
gu-t last announced the arrival there of the
General Pike, with the following intelligence
from the Shenandoah :
When Captain Smith, of the Wm. Thomp
son, came on' board the Shenandoah, Capt.
Waddell said to him, “Well, Captain, what’s
tfie news ? ’ Capt. Smith replied that Presi
deu; LiuColn was assassinated. “I was pre
pared to hear that!” said Captain Waddell,
exultingiy. Capt. Smith added; “And Gen.
Les has surrendered with thirty thousand
men.” “That I was. not prepared to hear,
aDd I don’t believe it,” said Capt. Waddell,
emphatically. Capt. Smith assured him that
he had the paper on board with the particu
lars of Lee's surrender, but Waddell replied,
“It’s a Northern lie, anyhow, and I would
not believe it if I saw it."
We extract the following items from the
Jacksonville (Fla.) Times of the 23d inst.:
Chief Justice Dupont, and Messrs Papy
and Peeler, two eminent lawyers of Talla
hassee, have been appointed by Gov. Marvin
to arrage the laws of the State so as to con
form to the new Constitution.
Colonel Osborne, the Commissioner of the
Freedtnen for that State, is preparing, and
will soon issue, a code for the management
of the interests of the freedmen.
Chaplain Hobbs, late of the 3d United
States regiment, is now constituted Super
intendent of Schools for I he Middle District.
The lost steamer D. H. Mount, which left
New York for Jacksonville on the 20tl* Oc
tober last, was spoken by the schooner J. L.
Hhs off Cape FeaT, on the 23d of October.
Ibis is the last intelligence received concern
-jng her, and scarcely a hope is entertained
oiat she survived the terrible gale. Colonel
tfuiTett, of Jacksonville, and other Floridians
were among her passengers.
Col. Moody, recently appointed Collector
ot Customs at Jacksonville, has entered upon
the discharge of his duties.
G'<v. Marvin has issued a proclamation, in
pursuance of autboriiy conferred on him by
the Convention, restoring tbe civil officers of
tne State who were acting at the time of the
The saw mill belonging to J. H. Roper,
on the Florida Railroad, was destroyed
nre on the night of the 10th lost., with
aWt 100.000 feet of lumber.
,^ e steamer Governor Marvin, tbe prop
., - v Mr. McKay, of Tampa, reported to
y been lost in tne recent gale, has arrived
tKltly at Key West.
ESRGSIA MKTHOOIST conference.
The Annual Conference of the Methodist
"’j®/ n P“' Church closed it session at Macon
°2 uesclay last. Owing to the irregularity
t,ie re< ’ e l ) tl°n of our Macon exchanges, we
“ l, ‘ ! '’ en unable to give, as we designed, a
Uo P»is ol its daily proceedings. TheMcs
etue: of Wadneslay contains the appoint
,Wt 'I 1 ' ,or from which we take the fol
A-VW" Diitrict —G G N McDonneil P. E.
Aug , -,», a _ St j ohng __ A bright, W H Pot-
At.shnrv Kra raer, Ife Hopkins
s, v r P P-p o *- Trinity—to be supplied,
drew C h h .~ Trini, y- A M Wynne —Au
to be supplied.
S UW'-N D Morehonse.
tv!v? *, Ud Col ’ Charge—Jas Jones.
Bn M Austen, C J Oliver.
Lni i.l.m 5 , Charge-Thos B Lanier.
C A T Mann.
JpibS® owe-T ft ft.,.
* '* U,tln * 1 Report, from which it will he
, n that there are in tbe Geor k ia Confer.
lion Vi I‘rob*,lo“er 1 ‘ rob * ,lo “ er, > 7,687 1 lull uonneo
lull* 'l** 1 ‘' ol " fcd probationer*, i
„ K ‘‘•Oilii rt, 17,6 u j lucel preechert, 681 |
• »cnylsn, I2,eir j,colored, 1,064,
FOUR OAT’S’ LATER MAIL FROM HEW
Hon. Luke P. Noland, Chief Justice of the
Sapreme Court of Veimont, has been ap
pointed by the Executive of that State to till
the vacancy made by the death of Senator
Gen. Fisk, at the head of the Freedmen's
Bureau in Tennessee, addressed a large
meeting in New York on Tuesday last,
wherein he repeated the substance of a re
cent conversation with President Johnson.—
He stated that he had been assured by the
President that he would carry out the pur
poses of his predecessor, Mr. Lincoln, in re
gard to the Southern blacks, and that the
Freedmen's Bureau would be continued and
supported until the rights of that class were
The Tammany democracy in the city of
New York have nominated Recorder John
T. Hoffman for Mayor, and Richard OGor
man for Corporation Counsel.
The Mosart democracy have nominated a
Mr. Hecker for Mayor, and O'Gorman for
Corporation Counsel—the former having
been previously nominated for the same po
sition by the Citizens’ Association.
Mr. Gunther, the present Mayor, has also
been nominated for re-election by another
wing of the democracy, known as the Tam
Information was received at Washington
on the 21st inst. that Gov. Holden was quite
ill at Raleigh, N. C.
Mujor Gen. Palmer baa been indicted by
the Grand Jury of Jefferson county, Ky. t for
enticing slaves to .leave the State. -
The most important item ot intelligence
by the China at New Y r ork, is the surrender
of the Shenandoah to the American Consol
at Liverpool and the unconditional discharge
of the officers and crew. The Captain of
the Shenandoah had addressed & letter to
Earl Russell in explanation of his conduct
which will be seen among our extracts. A
further Correspondence had taken place be
tween Lord John Russell and Mr. Adams.
Earl Russell repeats the argument that toe
1 British Government acted upon precedent
and supplies memoranda showing that steps
; were taken to prevent and punish breaches
'of neutrality. Every representation of the
Americau Minister was considered immedi
ately and referred, when necessary, to the
law officers without delay.
The London Times says that it is impossi
ble for the American government to abandon
the claim* for the depredations of the Al
bania, but it is quite possible tor a gov.iL
j ment to yield nothing, yet do nothing. V\ a
must prep re to be t*>ld that the United
Slates wil abate no Jot of its demand-, and
will reserve tbe right ot enforcing them; but
still when the temper of the people is calm
ed, wnea commerce has had no time to re
new tbe links wnich bind tbe two nations
together, wuen tbe memories of war fade
into tne past, there will be little disposition
to dwell on unfortunate but inevitable cas
The London Daily News confidently dis
misses the supposition that the Alabama
claims cau become a direct cause of war be
tween the.two Countries, but it trusts that
something will yet be done to bring tbe dis
pute to an early practical settlement, for it is
one which can in no other way be disposed
of. It would be an eternal disgrace if both
governments should confess themselves en
able to find any but a violent solution of their
differences, but tuere is a state of nominal
peace which has many of tbe disadvantages
Lord John Russell had made a speech at
the Mayor's banquet, in which he paid a
glowing tribute to the memory of Lord Pal
merston. He declared that he had received
the fullest support from his colleagues, ad
ding, that he trusted the country would al
low the government time to consider the
course they ought to pursue, and be should
abide by the principles of his life. The gov
ernment deemed it their duty to consult the
wishes of the people, aud it would be for
Parliament to consider how far those wishes
were based on justice. He thanked God the
American war was over ; aud he trusted the
republic, now free from the sin of slavery,
would go on and prosper for centuries to
The commission for the trial ot the Feniana
opens at Dublin on tbe 27th November.
John Donovan, son of the late eminent Irish
antiquarian, had been committed for trial on
a charge of treason. Bail was refused. He
had been giving lectures to the Fenians on
“The Use ot the Rifle.”
M. Dupin, Piocureur General, of the French
Empire died on the 9th.
The Emperor and tbe Empress left Paris
on the llth for Oompiegne.
The Paris Presse and Temps state that the
Italian government has decided upon making
a considerable reduction in tbe army.
The Broker’s circular under date of the
llth, at Liverpool reports the sales ot the
week to have been 57,000 bales including 12,-
000 bales to speculators, and 15,000 bales to
exporters. Tbe market opened very dull
and all qualities slightly declined, but closed
somewhat firmer, with an advance of l-4d.
per pound on American descriptions since
last week’s market, but ia less firm for Egyp
tian, while Sur&ts have declined l-4d. a l-2d.
from last week’s quotations. The Authorized
quotations are •
Orleans 23d. „ 2ld.
Mobile and Texas 2O 3-4d.
Uplands : 22 l-2d. 201-2 J.
The total stock in port i6 306,600 bales, in
cluding 64.000 haies ot American. Tbe sales
on Friday were 15,000 bales, the market
closing firm and upward.
Later.— Sales to-day 8,000 bale A includ
ing 4,000 to speculators and exporters. The
market is less firm, but quotations are un
Proclamation by the Governor-Important
Provisional Governor Johnson has issued
at Milledgeville a proclamation in accordance
with an ordinance of the late Convention,
providing for the formation of one or more
militia or volunteer companies in each of the
counties of the State, “to set as a police foice
to suppress violence, to preserve order, an l
to aid the civil officers in the enforcement of
the laws, under such regulations as might be
consistent with the laws of tbe United
The Governor further declares that “such
(vwioauier. when so formed and organiz' and,
shall h« auxiliary ana subor In it- to the civ l
officers; that they shall arrest no person, and
searcu me bou*e o; no per*ou. w.thout a
warrant regularly issued bv some magis
trate having authority, and snail in no ca»e
Inflict any punishment except by the Judge
ment and direction of a duly qualified civil
offleer, having Jurisdiction ot tbe offense.”—
“And whereas, it is dtslrsbls to have uni
formity in command, and that them should
be no Conflict between the military authori
ties of tbe Slate end tbe United Slate*, it Is
further declared, that said cutnpaolsa, when
formed within their respective counties, shall
be under tbe control and subject to tbo mili
tary commanders of tbs Untied Buies, com
manding tbs District and lor » violation of
tbsss regulations, and for any other off-use
commuted, be sbsll he tried and puutsbed
according to lbs rules prescribed for tbs gov*
eminent ui tbe army ot tbe United Mole*. ”
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, MON DA A’, NOVEMBER 27. 1865.
THE STATE ELECTION.
Members of the General Assembly
• (From our own Correspondent.)
Milledoeville, Nov. 21, 1865.
The following is a list of tbe State Senators
and Representatives elect, taken from the
returns received at the Executive Depart
ment up to Nov. 21 :
9th District, James Dickey; 10th, Peter J
Stxozier, llth, O P Bell; 18th, Wm Gibson;
20th, L H Kenan; 22d, J J Gresham; 23d, T
O Simmons; 24th, B A Thorn l on; 25th, J N
Ramsey; 26tb, T M Carter; 28tb, D Butler;
j 29th, H R Casey; Sstb, J F Johnson: 36th,
W A Turner; 42d, C H Smith; 43d, JAW
Baker County, Isaac Hand; Baldwin, Sam
1 McComb; Bartow, Nathan Howard, John C
Sims; Bibb, Thomas Hardeman, Jr., W S
j Manghon; Calhoun, Geo W Collny; Catoosa,
' E M Dodson; Cbaltaluiocbee. W A McDnu
§ald; Cberokee.jE C Harden, J A Sharp; Clay,
R Weaver; Cobb, J O Gartrell, N BGreeo;
Coweta, J E Stallings, J W Tench; Crawford,
T F Gibson; Decatur, B F Powell, J A
Swearingen; Dougherty, W J Vason; Early,
j James B Brown; Fayette, W P Redwioe ;
| Fultoo, T W J Hill, Robert Maddux; Floyd,
1 Wm H Woods, G W Thomas; Gordoo, John
I W Stanton, Geo Harlin; Gwinnett, Samuei
j Martin, T H Mitchell; Hancock, T J Smith,
C W Dußose; Henry, A J Cloud, Jno John
t son; Houston, David M Brown, L B Alex
ander; Jackson, B F Hinton, J H D Mcßett;
Jones, W T McCollougb; Lee, Sam Lindsey,
Lincoln. T S Humphries; Macon, Tuo. Dixor,
Merriwetber, M P Tucker, James A Render;
Monroe, T B Cabaniss, O S Woodward;
Morgan, Wm Woods, Murray, Jonn Oates,
Mu-c,igee, JM. Russell, R J Moses; Newtou,
A W Evans, J P Slntras; Oglethorpe, Jas H
McWhorter, W W Davenport; Polk, Jno L
Dodds ; Pike, P H McDowell; Pula-ki, C C
Kibbee ; Putnam, T G Lawson ; Randolph,
I L C Sale; Richmond, C Snead, G T Barnes;
, Spalding, J D Stewart: Talbot, R M Willis,
! W Y Hail; Taylor, Robt Scandelh ; Terrell,
! P L Wilburn ; Thomas. W D Mitchell, F
McQueen ; Troup, RAT Rjdley, F AFroJt;
Upson, D W Wamble; Wi cox, Darling
Johnson; Wilkes, Isaac McLendeu ; Whit
field, J A Gieen, M P Quiliaiu ; Worth, R G
! Foard -, Campbell, John W Edge ; Colquitt,
I W W Watkins ; Dade. Ephraim T R >dgers ;
Effingham" John G Morel ; Greeu, R L Mc-
Whorter, 3 VV Swan ; Gilmer, C A Eaiugiou;
Heard, Charles J McDowell
THE IMPERI AL FORCES IS MEXICO TO
BE CONCENTRATED UNTO THREE
Agents of the Republic Purchaitng Ainu
In thl* Country,
The following highly important news, from
authentic sources, is published in the New
York Herald of the 22d :
The important announcement is made that
Maximilian of Mexico, has determined to
withdraw his troops from all their outpost
positions, cone rntrate them mainly at tbe
three points oi Mexico city, Vera Cruz and
Sau Luis Poto-i, and await the arrival of his
expected reinforcements from Europe. It is
believed that as soon as this disposition is
made of his present force the people of the
evacuated districts will rise en masse in favor
of the republic.
As confirmatory of the adoption of this
§rogramtne by the imperialists, we have front
an Francisco the report that they have
abandoned the entire .State of Sinaloa, with
the exception of the town of Mnzatlan, where
only eight hundred of their troops, many of
whom were in hospital, remained, and that
their communication with the interior had
been cilt off by a large republican force,
which also threatened the town.
The Legislature of Lower California had
passed an act recognizing the empire, which
the Governor refused to sigD, in consequence
of the opposition of tbe people.
General Mcja, imperial commander at Mata
moras, having stated that half the force be
sieging that place, was composed of United
States soldiers, it is said that Maximilian,
fearing trouble with our government, has
concluded to abandon his contemplated visit
to Yucatan, and in his stead the Empress
Carlotta will go thither alone. Afterwards
she will leave for Europe. From Washing
ton we received the statement that agents of
the Mexican republic in this city and New
Eglaqd are now engaged in making large
purchases of arms and other necessary ma
terial for the prosecution of the war in their
country. The imperialists contradict the re
port that Monterey has been taken by the
GREAT DIRT EXTRACTOR
A SUCCESSFUL IMPROVEMENT FOR
SAVING LABOR AND EXPENSE
Warranted not to Injure the
T)Y the o« of this Soap, housekeepers ean save half
Jt> the money nsnallv expended for Soap, Sal Sola,
etc, ae one pound will go a* far a. three P'made of th«
common y How Soaps, and do the work in half the
time. There Is no Boap in use that will bleach cot
tons and linens so purely white as th e, and none are
so generally useful to all classes.
Three gallons o f eood Sort Soup can be trade from
one pound of the OK SOAP, which is the cheapest
mat-rial that can bo nsed 'or washing dishes, ml k
p me, scrubbing flours, paint work, washing windows
For Steamboats, Pa'nters. Printers, Machinis *
Burnishers, Dyere, and wanulactuieia' the OK SOAP
has no rival.
Those who doubt the truth o' the above sta’ements,
have only to try it-nd iudgs worn the re-nits. Th
thousands of honseltoepere who are mine Pyle’s Die.
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And thi- Soap equally as worthy of patrouaee.
It may be used lu the same way as any o her Soap,
but the most favorable results are produced by follow
ing the directions »,a each rar.
bold in Savannah, at wholesale by
YORK, WILLIAAIS, MoINTIRK A CO. .
At retail by
novltLeodS ST CART & CO.
6 00Z-.N H’orce.ters’ilre Satu e
gndosen ( roes a Li n k well’* Pickles, Plecolllh,
Walnuts, Onions and Cau Iflitver
6 do*“n 8 ’p-rior sweet Oh
10 doaen English Saner* will «s«nrf»d, for sale by
0!8-« CLAGBORN dr CUNNINGHAM.
1 C BBLB A ’a Mills Flour, very superior.
»bids UtraOl smith's F.our
*0 half i his
Landing snd for sale bv
HIM CLAUIIOItN * CUNNINGHAM
Notice to Luillon.
M’MK DIMOttNkT'M lira nr it of PmlM’Xi*. with
Patterns of nsty Mfleuf Ort sa, by Mis Vbk,
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, \
Savannah, tie.., Nov. IS, 1866./
ON and after Wednesday, 22d that., a daily
train will leave for Angueta at 8.30 a.
m.. connecting with a line of Docks running between
Station 6, Central Railroad, and Waynesboro on tbe
Augusta and Savannah Railroad.
Passengers by this line will arrive in Angnsia 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 mast be prepaid
aud delivered bah honr before departure of train.
By order of
GEO. W, ADAMS,
u'2o General Superintendent.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE 1
- Savannah, Nov. 18th, 1366. /
This Company is now, in connection with H. J.
Dickerson A Co.'s Wagons, prepared to receive and
forward to A ugnsta. Macon, Atlanta Ac., dally from
twenty to thirty thousa and pounds of Frelgnt, and go
through in from three to Are days.
Ship Freight and other expense* must be paid by
Shippers Railroad freight can be paid hen or at des
Freight on perishable goods must be prepaid.
Rates to Augusta, until further notice, will be per
foot 60 cents, per 100 lbs. $2.60
GEO. W. ADAMS,
n2O General Superintendent.
MACON, GA„ 1
November 17th. 1*65. f
NOTICE TO BOND HOLDERS OF THIS
PERSONS bolding Honda of illia Company past dne
will present the same at my office tor payment.
JNO. T. BOIFEI'ILLET,
n*l-l w m Treasurer.
Wanted to Purchase,
A GOOD Horae, Bridle. Saddle. Wagon or Bugcy
aud Harness. Enquire of
W R. NELSON,
At Christian <>rff’s,
p2g-tf 111 and 113 Congress streot.
FOR E. H. B.—us bt*ls Flour
20 halt bids Floor
9 bblß Crackers
6 bfels Aop-ee
* 6 b>»ls Eggg
G & W— loo tubs Lard.
If not called for will be sold for freight and expense*.
ort23 __ BRIGI-iAk. BALDWIN & CO.
A STORE, or. B street, or portion of a large *tore
divided i fT. with an office overhead, .address
•• vierchttiit. 1 * Har-dd office. niS-tf
tfifl A A MONTH [ Agents wanted wanted for six
Vw" entirety new article#, jnst ont. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Building, Biddeiord, Maine,
A GENTLEMAN of strict, business habits, and 16
years’ experience, decree h position as Salesman
or Bookkeeper in some Commission House in t his city,
where the services of a valuable man would be ap
preciated. Address, for ten days. Bookkeeper, Herald
Office, Savannah, G*. tf-nls
Ufv) K A DAT’! Agents wanted to sell anew and
wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW A CLARK. BiU
deford. Maine. sepl4-d*w3m
FOR SALK & TO HEAT,
-A. Number One
Phelan’s Billiard Table
Enqnire it Herald office.
For Lease or Rent,
QK ACRES of good Farm Land, two miles from the
OtF Court House. Apply to
a. T - MoMAHON,
n23-tf Jefferson and Broughton streets.
'T'HAT well-known, desirably located, and highly
X popular establishment, situated on Bull street,
between south Broad and Hull streets, occupying
four entire lots of GO by 90 feet each, and the lane be
tween them, and containing about forty rooms, is
now offered for rent
The party renting thli property will be required to
make the neceashry repairs and give satisfactory se
curity for the punctual payment ot re and
JOHN M COOrER,
nov7—tf Prea’t Union Society.
I OFFER for Rent next year, 188S my Rice Place, in
Camden county, tin., on the Great Batilla hiver.
known as the “Vernon Plantation, •* containing 420
acres of first quality Rice Land, and about 100 acres
of high land, all in perfect order. Baid Plantation has
been cultivated during the war. and therefore requires
no extra work to prepare It for a crop the ensuing
All the formerly belonging to mo are still on
the place and anxious to i eroain, so there would bo
no difficu ty in procuring laborers On the place is a
comirrtable uwelling bouse, together with all the
nece siry buildings for the accommodation of labor
ers aud storing he crop.
Seed lor the comirur year, including Rice, Com Pea*
ue, sorghum, Cotton, &c., can be obtain©*
on the place. Ft further particulars addreat the sub
scriber at Wayneeville Wayne county >ia
oct3o-im JAS. F. KING.
Store to Let,
AT KILTON HEAD, S. C.
Ths llcbt and rominodfons Store, earner Merchants’
Row anil Pali” Ho Ay nno, to lease for a limited time
i Terms, et- Addreea
w. s. SAMPSON, Jr., Agent,
j octlß ’ ts U.«'k Box E. Hilton Head 8. O.
ROOMS TO LET,
AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.
The "Palmetto UsraM Building,” having been newly
fltt«d up, now offer large and airy Rooms suitable for
Bleci mg Apartinußtaor liuaine.a purposes, for terms
W. 8. SAMPSON, Jr., Age.il.
oetlt ts L 0.% !>■■» R, llllton llewb ». ft
Uim rtosi'u r.iiioii t’arSe, Wltamor. A- No l». •“
1 stove end for sale by
■ N. J. MILOMON* » «•
' nil Junes’ BuHdlng*. *>•» •*
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, BLACK AND WHITE CHECKS,
GENT’S SCARFS, MAGNIFICENT STYLES
NEW FRENCH MERINOS,
A FULL STOCK OF CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
All just opened, with an immense stock of FANCY AND COLORED BILKS and other
rOB. PLANTATION 1 USB— DARK AND LIGHT KERSEYS, GEORGIA
PLAINS, GEORGIA JEANS, OSNABURGS AND BROWN.
Homespuul by the Yard, Piece or Bale.
■ar AGENT FOR BRADLEY’S ELLIPTIC HOOP SKIRT.
Southern. Palace Pry G-oods House
111 & 113 CONGRESS ST.,
nll-tf Opposite the Pnlaakl House.
A- T *
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, very cheap.
DAMASK TABLE LINEN,
DAMASK NAPKINS AND DOYLES
PILLLOW CASE LINENS AND COTTONS,
LADIES’, GENTS’ AND CHILDRENS 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, beat quality, 25c. and 80c. 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 SALE BY
DeWitt & Morgan,
137 CONGRESS STREET,
To Ladies and Conn try
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
&c., &c., &c.,
Remarkably Cheap fbr Cash,
CAN BK FOUND AT
A- Flowoher dt Oo’w.,
13 BARNARD BTRKBT, COR CONGRESS LANS,
Comprising « general Assortment or Foreign aw*
Domestic Gsods, Cioaka, Bn mis, Ac.
N. B By strict attention to business, conrteon*
and honorable dealing with onr rustomsra, we truat
to merit and reeetvs a liberal abate of patronage.
A large line ot Whits Goods and bUiana now open.
Jt'BT opened a Urge assortment or fc'phyr W orated
oil'll*'., fleetsgs, Cloak* *od llouda cblldrae'
Usue, Beats slid < i Alters.
Also, Irish Uih IIS Table DsiOssk l.uu u Tuwela
Table NaiAtne and Do,lee, aud77e,|et, „f F.V, Ar
lUleeUei iiumeroeato mention
Ail of which we offer al tmiy low arieee.
ItlNrtTKlN A tu.'UMAN,
novl ls til Cuegraaa Street.
EINSTEIN l ECKHAir
Ko. 151 Congress St. Strata) (la,
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
HAVING Just received and opened a vary targr
imd select stock of Fancy Dress Goods. House-
Keeping sad Domestic Good*. Blankets, Cloaks and
Shawls, Alan Bata, Boots and (Shoe*.
And all articles usually found In a first e as.
Dry Goods Hooaa. we wonld m et reapectrolly Invite
oar former friends and customer* : also derchanlt
end Plantera visiting toe tlt.r, to call and txaoUna on.
stock before parehatHag alaewhare.
lINSTPIN * ICEMAN
.TOLYrL’rfi • *•*<•••! ****•
II will be told low, to ruasK.iiaigiimsut, by
M. Xs*>lA»fltiNn 4 At.,
oil 41 Jonas' Stock, ley »b*«l
PRICE. 5 CENTS
Phffinix Insurance Comp’y,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
'? the aboT « Company on 801 l dings
and Merchandize of every detcription at (air rateaT^
E BRIGHAM. Agent,
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY INSURACE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus .*1,600,000
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.
Capita] and Surplus .*1,600,000
. INTERNATIONAL INSURjLNCE 00.
Capital audSuiplus ......*1,200,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO
Capital and Surplus *OOO/000
tb * *6®v» highly responsible Cam
pau.n on huildii g* end metchnmdce . f all deec-rip.
ri’ki Apply tO UW “ t com *fo’»ufog with the
A. A. LANK. Agent,
m No. lg Stoddard'* Babge, B*> street.
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEAN9.
The undersigned begs leave to Inform th*» insuring
public that ho baa been legally appointed Axeut for
ino Mbov* named ( V>mpany, and is ready to take Ma
rine, River and Fire Rieka at customary i atee.
„ „ O. a MYERS Agent,
Office over Hunter A Gemmeil, 84 Bay street
References—Octavus Cohen, Hauler k GammelL
&win k Hardee. g m oc t2B
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For aole by
replt . BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
In earns to enlt parehuers. by
F t. MET Oj» TFT 8 ro,
Attorney ext Zjaw,
OFFICE) WO. US BAT STREET,
(Over, the Herald Beading Room,)
■DANKER and BROKER, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA,
bay* and tells Gold and silver, Uncurrent Mon
ey -.nd hr. hsnge
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on commission.
Collections at this end other points attend, and to, and
proceeds remitted promptly, nlo-Bw*
Gao. R. Blaok. Korns B. Lnorsa.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson A Lester,
corner of Bay and Barnard streets. octli-tf
TUOS CORWIN, WM.H.OWBN, THOS.WILBON,
< r omo. lan 001. q.m.d. or mwa.
CORWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johnston, Corwin A FlnnelL)
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, rn F STREET, nr-is TREABL HY BUILD
-INO, IN HEAR OF WILLARD'S HOTEL. ’
WASHINGTON, X> . O .
Will practice in the Supreme Conn ot the" United
-tate-, the Court of C-aim* and the Courts ot tbe
District of Columbia.
Particular attention given to Calms and Depart
lu'ui bu-iaor e. officers Accounts adjusted.
DR. T. J. CHAr£TON _
HAS RESUMED THE PRACTICE OF
.Medicine and Surgery.
-e-Mjl.co and Office corner Whitaker and Peny
JOHN B.GDIEU t SJ i,
HAVING a long exp-rlenoe In the Agency of
Steamboat Companies ,ur u.auyyeai*. wswllt
no our persnal atnntion to any consigned to our
August*. Nov. S—lm
Ok oxx • r * 1 A gout
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No* HI F Brain, Bmwn* tlvs am 14ra traaavs.
Os ear Pay Department,;
Wnmblustou, D. O.
_ _ a , _ u
mg HousMg this city. uu Muudsy, tks Ist day it
THOB M HABf.ru
■H'tswtd Acting Cash)*