THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.
VOL. 1-NO. 269.
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Hilton Hkad, 8. C., Nov. 27.
Ex-Gov. A. G Magratb, released on parole
■ r om Fort Pulaski on Saturday, arrived here
,hi.s afternoon t>y the steamer Reßoln-e.
He is on his way to his home in CharlM
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
Meeting of the State Legis
ILLNESS OF GOVERNOR HOLDEN.
The Constitutional Amendment
will be Ratified.
Prospects of Reconstruction Dis
Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 26.—The Legisla
ure meets here tomorrow. A large number
if members have arrived. Provisional sov
■luor Holden is still confined to his bed by
Dr Powell, the State Agent, has arrived
rom Washington with despatches to the
Sovernor, which have not been made public-
Messrs. Poole, Read, Holden, Dick and
kittle are spoken of for the United States
it is thimght the constitutional amendment
will be passed by tbe Legislature.
Prominent gentlemen who have been in
Washington are not very hopeful as to the
lutnre of the State, nor of the speedy recon
struction of the Union.
Organization of the North Carolina
Raleigh, Nov. 27, P. M.—The Legislature
met to day. The Lower House was organ
ized by electing F. Phillips, of Orange coun
ty, Speaker, and other officers. There was
in election of President of the Senate.
Washington, Nov. 27.—N0 credentials of
members elect t» Congress have been re
ceived from any of the late insurrectionary
bales excepting Virginia and Tennessee.
Now York Cotton Market.
New York, Nov. 27.—The cotton market
s quiet, with sales to-day at 32a53c. Naval
stores are dull. Gold is quoted at 47.
Hta«n«enibling of the South Caroline
A despatch to the Charleston Courier says
the South Carolina Legislature reassembled,
pursuant to adjournment on Saturday even
ing, hut no quorum of either House was
Governor Perry will probably urge the
Legislature to proceed at once to count the
votes for Governor and members of Con
gress. The Governor, it is said, can be in
augurated, and the members of Congress
commissioned. On the inauguration of the
Governor elect, Governor Perry will com
municate to the Legislature through the
The returns so far received indicate the
election of General Samuel McGowan mem
ber o. Congress for the Third, Hon.
James Farrow for the Fourth District. The
result of the election in the First and Second
Uistricts is still doubtful. Tbe geueral belief,
however, is that General Kennedy has a ma
jority in the First, and Hon. Wm. Aiken in
the Second District.
Gratifying if Cokrect. —The Federal
Lnion. of the 21st, says : We have good au
thority for sayiug that all men over the age
who took no part in tbe war, and all
widows, (at the time Gen. Sherman’s army
injured their property,) will be re-imbursed
Ly the U. S. Government, foi damages. The
assessor is already at work in the ueighbor
mg county of Hancock, ascertaining dam
bl'cs so far as respects tbe two classes of our
people above named. This will be gratify
ing intelligence to many of our afflicted and
'V ar Aitropriations and WarScfpues.—
iV ashington letter says Mr. Secretary
otantou wilt ask Congress for $32,000,000
nr ltle "' ar Department, though, as is said,
11 has enougU war material to equip a mil
urn of men or to maintain the present force
J n the field for a year on a war footing. Im
mense huantities of army cloth and blankets
Ul i,:io stored in the various arsenals, and
in one ‘inpot alone ten thousand tons of crude
pnwder (nitre), and the amount is being in
P ( A l ,JRO Killed.— At a colored ball on
dim' SlrLel Au S UBt8 > on Monday night, a
luuj occurred between a freed man and
tied Y r "* Hre< * 80 ' < 1‘ er - The matter was set
of .I V . * ,le shooting off tbe head
held ,T f " nner Tlle jury in their verdict
lam.ii , corpora * present on duly, and the
deel'"' 01 l,l<> * lou »e as accessory to tbe
ln 1 lioanurer'ti monthly slnt«*
l or ' 1 " r 1 '‘’toiler, that the amount in deposit
"r and the total
am i ii V* WIW u«*rly $loo,ooo,oo«,
1 “Li ivainrallaMe The amount
flu 'a " Nalioual Bonk* was m arly
i„. l1 '" available funds in Ibu
•lurtanUtiaary Hiatus $710,000
* r|( ! '• “**‘l t'» he s seulimeul iu Kast
ii„ S| ;; r *‘U Ia voting ihe distmuiiltrrmrni ui
•i„l u 1 , the simulation In the Keeluru
otilbera put Hi i,is „f (Joorgla
We make the following extracts of items
ol news from Washington despatces in the
Northern papers of the 21st and 22d inst. :
THE DIRECT TAXES IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
W. H. Trescott, the agent for South Caro
lina, bad an interview with tbe Secretary of
the Treasury today, on the subject contained
in the following letter, addressed to the Tax
Commissioner in that State' by the Commis
sioner ol Internal Revenue.
Washington, Nov. 20, 1863.
Gentlemen—l am instructed by the Secre
tary of the Treasury to say that his order
indefinitely postponing the sale of lauds for
direct taxes in the insurrectionary districts,
and heretofore communicated to you, was
intended to embrace all lands, of whatever
kind or description, situated iu those districts.
You will therefore postpone indefinitely your
sales of lots, blocks and houses situate iu the
town of Beaufort, South Carolina, and all
advertised to lake place on the 6th of De
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE TREASURY
DEPARTMENT FOR THE QUARTER ENDING SEP
TEMBER 30, 1865 :
The receipts or tbe Treasury Departnrent for the
quarter ending September 30,1365, were as follows :
Customs ' $47,900,336
Internal Revenue 96,618,886
The expenditures (or the same time were as fol
Civil and mtscellaneoua ....$186,164,166
Interior, ludlau and Pension 7,791,171
INTERBSTING TO HEIRS OF SOLDIERS WHO DIED
Quite a Dumber of Congressmen are
pledged to the support of a bill, to be intro
duced at the opening of tbe session, pro
viding that heirs of soldiers who died in rebel
prisons during the war shall be privileged
to collect of tbe government commuta
tion of rations for the time tbe deceased
were held by the enemy. There is scarely
a doubt that such a bill will pass, as its
equity is apparent.
THE PARDON BUSINESS.
Hut few pardons are now granted, and tbe
Attorney General's office has been relieved
temporally ol the pressure of applicants.
THE COUNTERFEIT FIFTY CENT CURRENCY.
An excellent imitation ot tbe new issue of
tbe fifty cent fractional currency has beeu
received at the Treasury Department. It is
considered to be tbe best executed counter
feit yet put into ciiculation. It csd, how
ever, be easily distinguished from tbe origi
nal by tbe coloring and in the signature of
General Spinner, the last “e” having been
ommitted. The Secretary has decided to
alter the geueral appearance of the present
issue of fractional currency, in order to make
it uuiform and to betterprotect it Irom coun
terfeiting. In future all new issues will be
ot the greenback circulation.
DISAPPEARANCE OF THE CHOLERA FROM MAR
The United States Consul at Marseilles re
ports to tbe State Department that the chol
era has eulirely disappeared from that city.
Passengers gniug easi from Marseilles now
have au unobstructed passage, with their
baggage, to Paris.
THE OLD CAPITAL PRISONERS.
At the present time there are only twenty
two prisoners confined in the Old Capital
prison. Secretary Stanton bas ordered Maj.
Turner, Judge Advocate of tbe War Depart
meut, to direct tbe release from that prisou
of certain prisoners committed there by order
of Geo. L. C. Baker, they having been con
fined a sufficient length of time without the
charges being sustained.
APPROACHING TRIAL OF WINDKB, DUNCAN AND
It is currently reported in military circles
that tbe Secretary of war bas ordered a mili
tary court to convene for the trial of Winder,
Duncan and Gee, now confined iu the Old
Capitol upon the charge of cruel treatment
toward Union prisoners at Andersonville.
STUPENDOUS ATTEMPT AT FRAUD UPON THE
About the first of tbe present month it came
to tbe knowledge of an accounting officer of
the Treasury that a proposition had been
made to a claim agent in this city to furnish
him with valid claims against tbe United
States for arrears of soldiers’ pay and bounty
to the amount of half a million of dollars,
and to allow tbe agent fifty per cent, of the
whole for collection. The agent naturally
bad bis suspicions excited, but tbe two or
three claims placed in bis hands as samples
were perfect, and evidently genuine, con
taining the soldiers’ discharges, final state
ments, &e. Fortunately, he was an honest
man, and consulted the accounting officer on
tbe subject, who advised him to take all
the papers that came and make advances to
a limited amount. This was done. Another
batch of claims was put in bis hands, and
there, being some reason to suppose that the
vouchers were stolen from tbe office of
the Second Auditor, that officer insti
tuted proceedings . that in the course of a
week fixed tbe fraud with some certainty
upon a clerk in his office, named
Dusten, who had the recording of those
claims, and upon an outside accomplice
named Rabe, both being Germans, aud on
Friday they were arrested. A book contain
ing tbe names of deceased soldiers and sums
due was also seized, a part of the plan being'
to make the fictitious heirs in which project
they were to have been aided by an accom
plice in Ppbiladelpbia, who is probably Ly
this time in the clutches of the law. All the
papers were recovered.
EXCITEMENT OF THE FEMALE EMPLOYES OF
The commotion existing among the female
employes in the different departments is
widespread, consequent upon tbe rumor that
they are to be relieved as soon as it can be
done gracefully. Indignation meetings are
frequently,though clandestinely held, and an
organization is being effected lor the purpose
of defence against Man, who, as an appli
cant for a Treasury clerkship or anything of
that sort, is looked upon more than ever as
tbe common enemy. Tbe alarm has ex
tended to the colored porters, messengers
and janitors, of whom there are many iu
public pay, and wild reports are circulated
among themselves to the effect that conser
vative Congressmen, aided by the new
Southern delegation, will make a bold .push
next seession to obtain the dismissal of all
colored employes, and to fill their fat places
with the maimed Union aud rebel soldiers.
Secretary Seward lias received as yet uo
official reply to the remonstrances which he
undoubtedly forwarded to the French Gov
ernment against the sending of more foreign
troops to Mexico. But it is known that the
French minister in Washington has energel
ically protested the appointment of General
Logan as minister to the Juurez Govern
The efforts to secure the release, on parole,
of (.'lament 0. Clay, who la coufliiod with
Jeff. Davis, have not yet succeeded. Mrs.
Clay has made several ncieonal rp|iealaiu
beliallofher husband. Coimtdeiiiblii alress
is laid upou tbu lact that Mr. Clay volun
tarily aurrsudered himaell nu bcariug that lm
was charged with rouiplidly iu the plot to
assassinate the President
A Bad Hiidt. The August* Trsnscilpt
says-Mr. Jack Powell shot three limes at
Mr. Jordan, of Houib Carolina, yesterday
afternoon, without hilling him Hceuenflhe
ilistuihuime- lower Dined sins, i, iu the re
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. TUESDAY, NOV KM BEK 28. 1865.
Thirty.Kigth Halted Ntates t tingle...
The coming session of Congress, which
will couveue ou Monday, December 4th, will
be the fiist session ot the Thirty-eight Con
giesa ot the United States. In the House, a
Speaker will be elected to succeed Hou.
Schuyler Colfax, who occupied that impor
tant position during the two sessions of the
Congress which ceased to exist on tbe4lh of
last March. Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylva- :
nia, who was Clerk of the last Congress, is, j
according *.o law, invested with the attributes
ot Speaker pro tern, and upon him will de
volve the duty of calling the roll, making
the preliminary organization, and presiding
until a Speaker shall have been regularly
elected. There have been two or three in
sipnces in which several weeks elapsed be
fore the election of a Speaker, and heDce the
importance of Mr. McPherson's posilion is
plainly seen. The whole number of Con
gressmen, including those from the reclaim
ed States, is two hundred and forty-two—
one hundred and eighty-four being accredit
ed to States that did not sever their relations
with the government, and fifty-eight to those
which seceded. It is pretty well understood,re
marks tbe New York Sun, that the latter class
will not be allowed to participate in the elec
tion of a Speaker, as Mr. McPherson holds to
the opinion that Congress and not
himself should pass upon the question of ad
minission. Os those who will participate in
the organization, one huudred and forty
three are Republicans and forty-one Demo
crats, from which figures it will be seen that
tbe question of admitting Southern members
at the outset has no practical importance;
for, even if they and the Democrats would
combine to elect an anti-Republican Speak
er, they would be still greatly in the minor
ity. If tile Republicans unite upon a candi
date, therefore, they will have no trouble
whatever in electing him. Mr. Colfax, Speak
er ot the last Congress, is a candidate for re
election, and as he is very popular with his
party, there is hardly a doubt that he will
again be chosen. In the Senate the division
of parties will be relatively about tbe same
as in the House. That body now stands
thirty- eight Republicans and eleven Demo
crats. Allowing that all the Southern mem
bers will be admitted, aud that they will all
vote against the Republicans, the majority in
favor of the latter parly would still be five.
Hon. Lalayetie Foster, ot Connecticut, will
be President of the Seuate, and acting Viee
President of the United States, vide Andrew
Johnson, who has succeeced to the Pres
TH K NEWS FHOM MEXICO
The Matamoraa Raucbero aud Imperialist
paper of October sth, contains tbe particu
lars of a plot for the surrender of the city of
Matainoras to the liberals and the assassina
tion of Gen. Mejia. The plot, however, wliicii
was to have been accomplished through the
treachery of Capt. W. W. Gohlson aud
Lieut. Burch, two Americans, was discover
ed in time to prevent it, aud Gohlson arrest
ed aud shot. Burch effected hia escape.
The same paper ot the 25th contains an
account of an attack on the city by the lib
erals, which was repulsed with considerable
loss on the part of tbe assailants in killed,
wounded aud prisoners, aud only a few
wounded, aud less than a dozen killed on
the side of the imperialists. Ou the moruing
of the 27th Oct., a second unsuccessful at
tack was made, which is thus described by
“At half past nine, however, the enemy ad
vanced a rifle field battery in front of the
upper forts and commenced shelling the
city. The battery was covered by a skirt of
chaparral, completely hiding it tiom view at
The fire on the town was kept up with
great vigor for some time, but doing no
damage of consequence. One ball struck io
Commercial slreet, another struck a house
near the Maiu Plaza and scattered fragments
of bricks among a party ot house top gazers,
who vanished in something less than double
quick time. A shell exploded iu Plaza Ca
pilla. But the fire had not continued loDg
before the enemy exposed one piece of hisar
tillery, when a well directed fire from the
forts put the battery and support to flight,
leaving behind the exposed gun.
At mis juncture a detachment of imperial
cavalry charged in aud fired upon the flee
ing outlaws for more than a mile.
While the foregoing was taking place the
enemy advanced in iorce to the South ot the
city ; but a detachment of imperial cavalry
drove the force back out of sight after a little
The latest news from Mexico is of an im
portant and somewhat exciting character.
Among other startling rumors, it is stated
that Gen. Palacios, in retaliation for tbe exe
cution of Liberal Generals by the French,
has ordered all tiie French, Austrian and
Belgian prisoners to be shot.
'file Liberals appear to be meeting with
success and Maximillian is said to have de
ferred journeying to Yucatan in consequence
of the precarious condition of his govern
A New Orleans dispatch of the 23d inst.
There is a doubtful rumor that Bagdad is
besieged by the liberals.
It is also stated that the French Admiral
demanded of Gen. Weitzel the surrender of
the steamer captured by the liberals, which
A rumor has reached here that the reason
of the sudden (disappearance of the liberals
from below Malamoras was because they
were suddenly informed that the Imperialists
weie marching from Monterey to take them
in tbe rear.
Proposed National Cotton Growing Com
pany.—American and English bankers and
capitalists interested in tbe pioduction ot
cotton are making inquiries iu relation to
organizing a national cotton growing com -
pany in the South. The English attempt to
produce cotton in India proves discouraging.
Tbe only doubt of success in tbe South is (he
uncertainty of securing the labor ot the
freedmen. To remove their apprehensions
on this point, Mr. Conway, late of the Freed,
meu's Bureau iu Louisiana, has been re
quested to visit Liverpool and London, and
will probably leave within a few weeks.
Mr. Joseph Clisby, for several years editor
and proprietor of the Macon Telegraph, trom
which he retired about the time of tbe sur
render of that city to the Federal forces, ii
announced as editor of the Journal and Mes
senger. Mr. Cilshy is ail accomplished und
courteous gentleman, and jut.lly tanks among
tbe ablest and most influential editors o( the
South. We congratulate Hie fraternity upon
his return to • profession which he U so wall
(|iiallfl«d to atluru, aud iu which he has Iu
limes pant, and will in Urn future FBOdci’jood
service In the couutiy.
Tue Bam Hrosnwsi i..—The fniifeiliiraUi
rsui Htouewall was furred by llm gain to pul
into Beaufort harbor ou the lwth.
The Htouewall will arrive at Wash lug ton
In time la lie einnilned by the court Biariisl
now trying ('ouiiuieluri< Cravt-u lor not at
talking her at Knfrol In March last
The Cotmii Movement. —ln the current
week, tbe receipts of cotton at this nort have
amounted to 24,304 bales ; sales and resales,
to 15,800 bales ; aud exports to 17,857 bales,
leaving au available stock, on band and ou
shipboard not cleared - in this market, of
a'.out 170,000 bales, worti-pbout $54,u00,000
in lawful money, at an average of S2OO a
bale. Middling grades bad talleu to 50c a
52c a pound at the close of business yester
day, on a decidedly active inquiry for home
use and shipment. *
At all tbe shipping ports, from Sept. 1, to
the latest mail dates, the receipts of cotton
reached about 400,000 bales, against exports,
in the same period, of about 185,000 bales,
leaving au estimated stock in the port of
about 393,000 hales, or the equivalent of
$78,600,000 iu currency. The total receipts
of cotton at all the ports from the date of
peace. May 1, to the latest mail dates receiv
ed iu this city by Oct. 31, were 742,776 bales,
representing a currency value ol $148,555,-
290.—N. Y. Herald, 22 d.
The following are the Congressmen elected
iu Alabama : First District, C. C. Langdon ;
Second District, George C. Freeman ; Tbifd
District, Cullen A. Battle ; Fourth District,
Joseph W. Taylor ; Fifth District, Col. Shiel.
In the Sixth District the returns are incom
It is stated that General Dudly has arrest
ed negresses who were leading dissolute
lives at Memphis, and bound them out to
work on plantations for the balance ot the
year and all ol next.
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, \
Savannah, G&., Nov. 18, 1865 j
ON aud after Wednesday, 22d inat., a daily
train will leave for Augusta at 8.30 a.
m., connecting with a line of Hacks running between
Station G, Central Railroad, and Waynesboro on the
Augusta aud Savannah Railroad.
Paeseugers 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
aud delivered halt hour before departure of train.
By order of
GEO. W. ADAMS.
_i‘2o General Superintendent.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, 1
Savannah, Nov. 18tll, 1865. J
This Company is now, in connection with H. J.
I)n k.-rnon A Co.'s Wagons. prepared to receive and
forward to Augusta. Macon, At lama Ac., daily from
twenty to thirty thousa and pounds of Freight, and go
through in from three to five days.
Ship Freight anil other expenses must he paid by
Shippers. Railroad freight can be paid here or ai des
Freight on perishable goods must be prepaid.
Rales In Augusts, until further notice, will be per
foot 50 cents, per 100 lbs. $2.50
GEO. W. ADAMS,
__ii2o General Superintendent.
[?OR E. H. 8.-35 hbls Flour
X 1 20 half bi »ls Flour
« bbls Crackers
6 bbls Apples
5 bbls Eggs
G & W—loo tubs Lard.
If not called for will be sold for freight and expenses
°ct23 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
A STORE, on Bay street, or portion of a large store
divided off, wilh an office overhead. Address
“Merchant,’* Herald offlre. n 18-ts
&QA A MONTH! Agents wanted wanted for mz
entirely new articles , lust out. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Building, Biddeiord, Maine,
A GENTLEMAN of strict business habits, and 16
years’ experience, desires a position as Salesman
or Bookkeeper In some Commission Honse In this city,
where the services of a valuable man would be ap
preciated. Address, for ten days, Bookkeeper, Herald
Office, Savin.nail, Ga. tf-nls
5 DAY! Agents wanted to sell anew and
wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW &CLAIt K. Bid
deford, Maine. . eepl4 d*w3m
FOR SALE & TO HEAT.
FINE OFFICE TO LET.
o. v. zzutoaixiM,
For Lease or Rent,
QX ACRES of good Farm Land, two miles from the
Otf Court House. Apply to
n23*tf Jefierson and Broughton street!*.
'T'HAT well-known, dtetrably located, and highly
X popular establishment, situated on Bull street,
1 retween l-onth Broad and Hull streets, occupying
four entire lota of 60 by 90 feet each, and the lane be
tween them, and containing about forty rooms, la
now offered for rent.
The party renting thia property will be required to
make the necesshry repairs and give satisfactory se
curity for tbe punctual payment ot reut.
JOHN M. COOPER,
nov7—tf Pree’t Union Society.
I OFFER for Relit next year, 186 ft, my Rice Place, in
Camden county, Oa., on the Great SaUlla River,
known as the “Vernon Plantation," containing 420
Acres of flint quality Rice I.nud. and stand 10U teres
of high land, all in perl'ccl order. Said Plantation has
been cultivated during the war. and therefore requires
no extra work to prepare it for a crop the ensuing
All the negroes formerly belonging to ms sre still on
the place and anxious to remain, so there wonid Hie
no difficulty in procuring laborers. On the place is a
comfortable dwelling house, together with all the
necessary buildings for the accommodation of labor
ers and storing W crop.
■Sued for the coming yunr, including Bice, Corn, Peas,
SngsrOsne, sorghum, Cotton, Ac., can be obtained
on the place. For further particnlars address the sub
scriber at Wtyueaville, Wayne county, lia.
octSb-lm JAS. F. KING.
Store to Let,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
Tit* light Mid commodious store, corner Merrhants*
How tnd l alniMto Avcnu*. to lass* for a limited Urn*.
W. H. SAMPSON, Jr, Agsltt,
“■us ts I** k Box K, Hilton Hand.s c.
ROOMS TO LET,
AT HILTON HEAD, 3.C.
Til# "Palm* Ho Ili*rftl4 Holding/' fcavtii* Imnw
ftl4*4 up. l«»u« *ji4 Miry H**»i«• »uu*m«
W ft ,4i ,
unit ts Uit Jfe* M, llliiom N*m4i a U
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,
GENTS SCARFS, MAGNIFICENT STYLES
NEW FRENCH MERINOS,
NEW DELAINES, #
A FULL STOCK OF CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
All just opened, with an immense stock of FANCY’ AND COLORED 48ILKS and other
FOB. PLANTATION USB—DARK AND LIGHT KERSEYS, GEORGIA
PLAINS, GEORGIA JEANS, OSNABUHU.S AND BROWN.
Ilomrapuns by the Yard, Piece or Bale.
AGENT FOR BRADLEY’S ELLIPTIC HOOP SKIRT.
Southern Falace -Dry Goods House
111 & 113 CONGRESS ST.,
nll-tf Opposite the Pulaski House.
A. t fm ♦ -
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 be3t 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 S-rVI-iK BY
DeWitt & Morgan,
137 CONGRESS STREET,
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Good*, Fancy Gouda,
&c., <&c., Ac..
Remarkably Cheap for Cash,
CAN BE FOUND AT
A., needier db Co'».,
13 BARNARD STREET, COR. CONGRESS LANK,
Comprising a general Assortment ur Foreign and
Domestic Gauds, Cioake, Shawls, Ac.
N. U. -By strict allenlUm In hu,lnnas, mutinous
aud honorable dealing with our > uatonwrs, ws trust
Iu merit aud ri* «lv* a liberal slisr* of patronage.
A large lilt* ul With* Hood* and Linens now op*a.
I (IST Ota tied* I*l tie sss.irUu.ei of Zrphyt Worsts*!
ehawts, Until***. i lost • slid Iln-.-l*, 1 111 l lt *n‘
Caps. Binds siml tuners
Also, Irish I •Item*. Table Damask Ltaru Towelr
Table Nspats* stul It-ylss, and a Variety ft »•»«. y A>
Ib les list UMWeiiilw to mention
All “i which we nltar at vet y lew pries*
in v-ir|rifV « m KHAN,
ttoV't II Ul i oegressktiatd
EINSTEIN & ECKMAN,
No. 151 Comres St. Savanna) Ga.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
HAVING just received and opened s very large
and select stuck of Fancy Dress Good*, Roil**.
Keeping slid Domestic Good*. ItlankcU, Cloak* and
Shawls, Ate) Hats, Boots tnd Bhooa.
And all articles usually found Iu a Hist c ns*
Dry Good* House, we would must respectfully Invite
our former blend* end customers ■, also Merchants
and Planters visiting the illy, to call aud eumiuu our
stock before pun-baaing elsewbsf*
KINHTKIN A ECKMAN,
novd if 1»l r.iiigress Htrset, Uavaonxh, G*.
“ nll KIMHI’FIN A Ei KMAN
siL » '•»• Ihglleh We*.hod Nblrlte#
*> Will lm told low, to, b.*e«*#i.tnei,i by
JJ.>AsM4*Adn« * tit.
•I' H Jwess iiosk, |»y shted.
PRICE. 5 CENTS
mutual life INSURANCE CO.
B. F. STEVENS, Present.
U 7.„, . wnnusona
(.lurries Hubbard. Janie. S. Amory,
JOSH. M. GIBBENS, SecreUiy,
Cosh Assets, $8,000,000
Last Cash Returns, $750,000
FORTY PER CENT. PAID TO ALL INSURED.
This Company, established io Boston, Maw, In
1813. 1. the oldest and most reliable wholly m„L..
Life Insurance Company la tbe United Btatea, and has
been uniformly succewfnl, having always mad. large
returns in cash to all tbe policy holders. Inst cash
dividend 40 per cent.
By the Lit report Os the Inan races Commissioners,
the surplus of aaaets over liabilities was proportionate
ly greater than any Life insurance Company In the
This Compdßy being purely mutaal, Insures at tbe
lowest possible rates; and if tbe premium paid ex
ceed the actual cost, tbe surplus Is returned to tbe
■very ffftb year, at the Urns of declaring the returns
the business ls.es It were, closed, to that Its
position and solvency am wJ* manifest at that time -
and the surplus funds are divided pro rata among ell
tbe insured. This guards the assured »g«any
possible loss from Inefficiency on the port of the Com
pany, and Is a sore guaranty as regards the future.
Parties at a distance may insure from blanks,
whictf will be supplied and forwarded free of expense.
Printed documents of a» Interesting character,
showing the benefits of the mutual plan and the ad
vantages generally o! life loan ranee that thia company
has to offer, supplied gratia, or for warded.
Ueneisl Agent for Georgia and Florida.
u 27-tf 89 Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
Pknix Insurance Comp’y,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Fire risks taken In the above Company on Bnlldlngs
and Merchandise of every deecrlption at fair rates
uovS-lm H. BRIGHAM. Agent.
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY INSURACE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus $1,600,000
PIKENIX INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus..... $1,500,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE 00.
Capital and Surplus $1,800,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO
Capital aud Surplus $900,000
Risks taken iu the above highly responsible Com
panics on buildings and merchandise of all dirrin
Apply to W,St "“** c6rrM P° naln * ’rtth the
A. A. LANE, Agent.
n9-3m No. 12 Stoddiard’s Range, Bay street.
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS.
■*' V ,
•5 ' ' ~
The undersigned begs leave to inform the Insuring
public that he has been legally appointed A rent for
the Mbove named Company, and it read? to tax* ms.
fine, River and Fire Risks at customary rates.
„ O. C. MYERd, Agent,
Office over Hunter A Gammell, 84 Bey street.
References—Octevus Cohan, Hunter A
Erwin A Hardee. flnx-OctSS
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For sale by
*’P» BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO.
In soma to suit purchasers, by
4-'*— oT ,• 5 ,
IR KBFKCTP0LLY isvlt* th* patronage ot my *l4
friends end visitor* to tbe city. I have Six Good
Hilliard Table*, Including two of Phelan's make, with
the best Balls. Ones, Bridges, Macs* Ac., Fl.UM.kli,
My rooms are commodious, and I tudaavor to employ
only rontpetaut attendant*. My Bar is tnpplled with
a good assorttueut ts Ales, Wiuss, Llouors, Otenrs, Ac.
h’lfl ts WALTER O’MIARA
) M tuM U *lMt‘ **’ l * Ctl *' “** Btmdsy, lb* 1M day •«
U*.. uoa Vutm • HAMWIM
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