THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.
VOL. 1-NO. 271.
The Savannah Daily Herald
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The United Stales and French Forres on
. the Rio Grande.
Washington, Nov. 28.—The Government
has received'no confirmation of the exciting
reports concerning a collision between our
troops and the French forces on the Rio
The Murderer of Gen. McCook to be Eie*
tuteri on Friday.
Nashville, Nov. 28.— Frank Gurley, the
murderer of Gen. McCook, arrived here to
day from Huntsville, Ala., but has been sent
back to that place in obedience to instruc
tions from the War Department, and will
be executed there on Friday.
E uropean N"e\vs.
LOSS OF A MOBILE VESSEL.
LIVERPOOL MARKETS, Etc., Etc.
Portland, Nov. 28.—The steamship Nova
Sc.itian, from Liverpool on the 7th, has ar
The schooners William and Frederick, from
Mobile lor Cardiff, was abandoned at sea.
The master of the vessel only was saved-
Liverpool, Nov. 17.—Cotton declined a
hall penny during the week, closing nomi
Sales of the week, 56,000 bales.
Orleans Middlings, 20d-
The sales on Friday were 8,000 bales.
The market for breadstuff* was bare. Pro
visions less firm.
Consols, 89 1-1. U. 8. Five-Twenties,
03 1 2ao4c.
STILL LATER FROM EUROPE.
Xiosu of a Savannah Vessel.
THE ADAMS-RUSSELL CORRESPON
THESHEN A N D O A H
The Statements of Captain Wariritil Dis
financial and c ommercial..
Xkw York, Nov. 28 —The steamship Ala
bama front Southampton on the 18th, has
The Ocean Ranger of Savannah had been
All the London journals publish additional
correspondence between Minister Adams aud
Earl Russell, with reference to the claims
for indemnity for the ravages of the Ala
The London Times earnestly hopes that
Waddell and his men were not liberated
without communication having been had with
The Times declines to accept the state
ments of Capt. Waddell as true.
The bullion in the Bauk of England had
increased to the amount of £3,070,000.
Rosin was unsettled ; spirits of turpentine
market bare, holders demanding an advance.
The sales of rice have been small.
The Sr.ut luvv.l.
Cairo, Nov, 21, 1865.—Wth- B. Stewart,
while hunting near Horn Lake Depot, back
*>l Memphis, lust Wednesday, was met by a
mnti named MePaine, who accosted Stewait
in a lriendly way, and at.length asked to see
his gun, which Stewart permitted. MePaine
immediately shot Stewart, and, putting spurs
to his horse, rode off, and has uot been beard
•and since. Stewart was found soon afterward,
ms wound dressed, aud he was conveyed to
Memphis, where be is doing well.
We have an account of numerous reports
ot trouble among negroes in Northern Miss
issippi. Several gentlemen blackened their
n\t a f i trj el ed a meeting of negroes,
the Memphis Argus is informed that these
gentlemen managed to elicit the following
rom a negro : An insurrection is resolved
ne * l Christmas. Most of them are arm
' “■ rt ‘giment ot negro soldiers is to come
./'; u Emirange. All negroes are to join as
'ey advance, and utter destruction of the
ides is the programme. The movement
sav i S en<j raL Per contra, the same paper
'?! ,ll;u another gentleman who has relurn
rem Grenada, Mississippi, reports that
uhn “i'h'roes, having had their minds dis
vide* 0t l ‘ !e * aea tbat lands were to be di
„ u "H’ong them on Christmas, are now
(rally euteriug into contracts for next
year 6 work.
, tile preface of the forthcoming work of
( '. r< t i'lent Buchanan he says that his nai
ve prove that the original and conspiring
our future troubles are to be
,' n ” le l () Dg, active and persistent hos
■ii 'i' 11 tlle orl l ,arn Abolitionists, both in
'", 0,11 . 0| Congress, aguiust Southern slav
il ’ l""' 1 '* 1(! ® na l triumph of their cause iu
oth ' Rl ' 011 of President Lincoln; and, on the
Vi,;': corresponding antagonism and
1 ' "*tk wliieh the advocates of slaveiy
J efforts, and vindicated its pre
tviitiiiu nnd extension up to the period < f
, ■'1 11,11 HoiinkMiKi.—'There were ac voritl
»» riM mmniliud In Augnaia on Saturday,
, , nl K'it pierloun. Mr. F. If. Cook
.in 1' 1,0r, “ * 1, ’ 1,,n from liim. Tim pollen
* bal* unit severnl
•hi,' from ""ino iMgrona. Uu ilw
«„,! * naijro wbo want Into >, .tore
Ly a «oi7n* ~M# WM ofdwd to atop
• i ‘"t ''l*" l ' i«Aiiliii to do an, lit* lot
* I'JSV'I and allot him In Him Iwcb.
,|,„ • “W AnfUata and iHliar
'""•ud lowna lu ttiu Hut"
New England Correspondence.
Prevalence, of Bold Crime in A 'em England-
Hen Robbed. Garroted and Murdered in City
and Country- The War Leave, Behind it an
Army of Desperadoes—The Bay of Tunis
Represented in Boston Bay—Base Scandal
Refuted — Gov. Parsons of Alabama at the
Union Club—Sumner, Andrew and Beecher
Spar over his M,ssi o , t —The Weather, The
atres $ c.
. Boston, Nov. 21, 1865.
To the Savannah Herald.:
The war has left behind it in this commu
uity a reign of .lawlessness and crime.—
There have been bread riots, no processions
of men lacking employment, or de
manding their rights. There is employment
enough for all. The uuexsmpled prosperity
ot our manufacturing interests, since the
war ended and the South was opened to
trade has beeu sufficient in its expansion of
industry to provide for all who are williug
to woik for a living. The men who were
good, reliable soldiers, are good, reliable
citizens. They have settled down into
peaceful avocations here, or have gone to
seek their fortunes in the sunnier fields of
the South, which burst upon them like new
revelations as they labored on their toilsome ;
marches. But out of the war bad come j
a spirit to curse us. The bad men !
who joined the army or followed it,
serving in the capacities of “bummers,’ de
serters, bounty-jumpers, and camp-followers,
have returned a great deal worse than when
they went away. They were the first to find
plunder and the last to go into danger, aud
they were not thinned out much by thecas
ualities of war. Robbing the dead on the
batLle-field and stealiug from women and
children is not calculated to inspire an origi
nal rascal with a feeling of the sacredness of
human life, or the majesty of the law. A
great war always lias the effect to cheapen
life, and to disturb the fortifications of law
and order. There are people here who read
with horror the tales of murder and robbery
that come from the South, who have less to
say about similar atrocities so common here.
They refer to a political cause, that which pro
ceeds trom the influences of the great con
flict. The wise are content to look to the
evils about them. There certainly never
was such an era of crime in this community
before. Cut-throats go about in bands of
three or four, operating in llie public thor
ougbfares of the city, and extending their
depredations into the suburbs and tbe quiet
country towns. Garroting is revived and
rife. Men are suddenly assaulted, knocked
down and robbed. Dead bodies are found,
with no clue to the murderers. One issue of
a city paper contains more than a dozen ac
counts of different cases in this immediate
vicinity. The quiet suburban city ot Chelsea
has been especially thrown into consterna
tion by the frequency of these outrages. Cit
izens avoid dark streets and late hours, or
go out fully armed, A large uumber of the
cut-throats have been caught and treated to
long sentences in tbe State Prison, but with
out apparent effect, as yet, upon those who
are still at large. Many of those caught have
proved to be leturned soldiers, but they are,
almost all of them, of the classes which I
have described. When recruits were urgent
ly wanted quite a number of convicts were
pardoned from the penal institutions on con
dition that they should enter the' army.
It was not an indiscriminate jail delivery—
the theory being that only those were allow
ed the privilege whose behavior hud entitled
them to confidence ; but there may have beeu
culpable beedlessness in tbis matter. I don't
know whether any such soldiers have been
found among the recently convicted crimi
nals. They were not needed, however, to
swell the number of the bad men iu tbe army
and hauging on tbe army in various ways.—
Certain it is that the war swept away thou
sands of criminals from our large cities, and
that it has returned them with seven devils
where they had one before. Written ac
counts of tacts now transpiring in tliis law
abiding community, eutirely free from exag
geration, read like a page from the history of
a land in a state of anarchy. No meretri
cious coloring is needed to make a picture
front which peaceful citizens may well start
back with horror. But these things will
undoubtedly be righted before many
days. We are not made, North or South, of
the stuff, which allows of tbe continuance of
such atrocities. Tbe law-abiding Citizens
will rise in their might and bring order out
We have been honored during the last few
days by the presence in our city of General
Hashein, the Ambassador of the Bay of Tunis,
whose movements through tbe country have
been duly chronicled. The Genetal is a sol
dier, statesman and scholai, and leaves every
where a pleasant impression behind him, but
before he came to Boston he had beeu dined
and wined so much in New Y'ork, Washing
ton and other barbarous cities where they
have no Constabulary Police—God save the
mark !—that his physical system is said to be
somewhat out of order. He has been taken
about to see the various lions with which we
entertain visitors—to Bunker Hill Monu
ment, down the harbor, to Harvard Uni
versity, tbe Public Library, &c., &c.—
It is understood that he favors the
Maine Law and the Constabulary
machinery of the State—being a good Ma
bommeduu—and that he thinks the Bay ot
Tunis would be glad to make the acquaint
ance of Boston Bay. The story that Gen.
Ilashem was taken to one of our large
schools by the Mayor and that, seeing the
large number of school ma'ams and scholars,
be supposed it was the Mayor's Harem, and
congratulated him upon that hypothesis, is
undoubtedly without foundation, as the
General knows something about ibe customs
of the country, no doubt, after baviDg been
put though by Aldermen and “sich" lor sev
It 19 reported that there was quite a dis
cussion at the Union Club House in this city
on the occasion of the visit of Gov. Parsons
of Alabama. I have told you before that
such meu as William Lloyd Garrison, Gov.
Andrew and Henry Ward Beecher, are now
denounced as “conservatives” by the more
radical followers of Phillips and Sumner. It
seems that Parson Beecher came on to intro
duce Parsous of Alabama at the “Hub," and
took him to the Union Club House, where
lip saw many of the leading men. But a
discussion arose in connection with Gov.
Parson's mission—which was a financial
one—in which Mr. Beecher and Gov. An
drew felt called upon to hitch into Mr. Sum
ner in high old style. It is not. said which
had the best of it, for the question is as in
terminable as ever.
We are having the most tremendous rain
storm of the season, of which there was snd
need, the wells were dry, and the streams
were low, and we were illy prepared for tlic
advent of winter before the grouud was well
filled, and all its clay properly moistened.
The theatres are well patronised. They
are doing “Arrnta-na-Poque" at the Boston,
“the Serf" at the Museum, and various
thing*, with Miss Helen Western as star at
the Howard. A French troupe is playing at
the New Tremont. lota.
Th* Ghkkn Fi.ao asii tuk Suns anu
Hthipk*— Tint Ki.au ok Knoi and imam
Dowhwanhs -The Fenian Bislerhood gave a
grand ball iu UuU'ulo, Noaemlatr TJ, which
was largely attended The OfMII Fla* of
Brin and the Stars and Snipes were freely
displayed In all parts of the ball room. A !
•tilemlid Irish tlsg was displayed over tba
biigllah Mag, with the HritUli cions turned
downwards, and the rad n| the IW concealed.
On this was the billowing motto
'The Hut Cross us KneUinj shall fall Ihi
ncalii tlm Fugle and the Harp " i
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30. -1885.
Wc take the following items of Florida
news from the Jacksonville papers of 23d
and 35th inst.
From Key Weal.
The U. S. transport steamer Louisburg i
Capt. H. W. Dale, 36 hours from Key West, ]
arrived at this port last Tuesday morning. !
FrourCapt. Dale, we learn some interesting
particulars concerning disasters of the late
storm, and affairs at Key West. The gale
was very severe at that place, buildings were
unroofed and rnauy trees were blown down,
hut the town was uot flooded to au extent
sufficient to occasion much damage, the wind
haying shifted in season to prevent that ca
lamity. Many Vessels were wrecked on the
reefs aud the Captain says that everybody at
the Key had turned ‘ wrecker” and it was
estimated that at least a million and a half
dollars worth of property had been secured
and brought, to Key West. Nothing had
been heard at that place of the D. H. Mount,
when the Louisburg left.
Steamer for the Sr. Mary's —The side
wheel steam tug Flora Temple, eighty four
tons burden, has been purchased by Mr.
Joseph Lippman, of SavaDnab,and Messrs. S.
S. Burus & Cos., and R. D. Fox, of St. Mary's
she will be used for toying and freighting on
the St. Marys river, under command of Capt.
Cribb, a well known pilot of the river.
Messrs. Burnes and Fox have, fora long
time, been engaged in tbe lumber busiuess
od the St. Mary’s river, South America, and
tbe West Indies.
There has been considerable sicknes in
Jacksonville for tbe past two months, gen
erally of billions diseases. The wonder,
however, is not that there are so many sick,
but dial*there are so many well, when we
consider the filthy condition of the place
during the Summer. Its odors and exhala
tions during the hot weather would poison
the most impervious constitutions, and we
are now reaping the benefits.
| Saw-mili, Burnt. —We regret to learn
that the saw-mill of J. H. Roper, Esq., four
miles north of Gainesville, on the Florida
railroad, was destroyed by fire on the night
ol the 10th iust., with about 100,000 feet ot
lumber. Tbe origin of the fire is not known,*
but the loss is very severe, in tbe present
state of affairs.
Tilt X* iv Code of South Carolina.
The following Is a synopsis of the report of
the Commission appointed by tbe State Con
vention of South Carolina to suggest a code
for the regulation of the domestic relations
of the freed men of that State:
Persons of color ate thereby defined to be
all free negroes, mulattoes, mestizoes, freed
men and freedwomeD, and their descendants
through either sex. Those, however, who
may have seveu-eighths or more of Caucasian
blood are deemed and declared to be white
The rights and remedies respecting persons
or property, and the duties and liabilities
uuder the law, whether civil or criminal,
which apply to white persous, a>-c extended
to persons of color, except where modified
by the regulations instituted.
The first subject treated of is the relation
of husband and wife. This relation is fully
established aud recognized. The evidence
of its existence is declared to be cohabitation
and reputation, or acknowledgment by the
respective parties. Those who now live as
such are held to bp in legal marriage. Here
after this which the law regards as a civd
contract is required to be duly solemnized,
, either by a Minister of the Gospel, tbe Dis
trict Judge, a Magistrate or any other j udi
-1 cial officer.
I All children heretofore born are declared
to be legitimate.
The following are incompetent to contract
marriage : males under tweuty-one, and fe
males under eighteen years of age, those who
are paupers or a charge to the public, and
apprentices or persous bound to labor or
service by contract until tbe expiration of
such apprenticeship or term of service or
The husband is forbidden under any pre
text to abandon bis wife, and in case he shall
so do or tails to maintain her and his chil
dren, be shall, upon sufficient proof, be bound
to sei vioe by the District Judge, from year
to year, and the profits of his labor applied
to their maintenance. Such au abandonment
renders the wife competent to engage for
service and to have all the rights ot an un
married woman, except the right to re-con
traot marriage. Iu case there should be two
or more reputed husbands or wives, the
parties are required to select and the cere
mony of marriage is to be performed.
The father is to support all of his children,
whether they be boru of one of his reputed
Wives, or of an}' other woman.
The relation* of guardian and ward are
substantially the same as they now exist in
Important Uc-gal Decision.
THE LIABIUTT OF CORPORATIONS TO TAXATION
—DECISION OF THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT
In the United States Circuit Court for Ma
ryland, at Baltimore, Nov. 22, Chief-Justice
I Chase presiding, an important decision was
given in the case of James Jackson, a sub
ject of Great Britain, versus the Northern
Central Railroad Company. The action was
to recover the amount of $2,650 on coupons
held by him on the company. The company
claimed the right to retain five per cent, of
its interest coupons to pay the income tax
with, and also three mills of every dollar of
its bonds, under the law passed by the Leg
islature of Pennsylvania. The court decided
that the company must pay the tax, and that
the coupons must be paid without deducting
ARE hereby nntided that all bills for Gasdne on the
Ist November must he settled on or before Wed
nesday, the 30th inst. After that date the flow of Gas
will be stopped indiscriminately on all persons in
n2B 3 \ Accountant.
UUi KITBNO.I Boston
50 kits No. 2 Boston
50 half bbls No 2 Boston.
For sale by
lIILTON & RANDELL,
1127-C 103 Bay street.
LOST, on Monday afternoon, either on Bronirbton,
between Whitaker ami Montgomery stryeta, or
on Ooviprt** in the neighborhood of ihe Market, a
Ml D BT T TTON, containing a brilliant, mounted in
silver. Thu above reward will be paid by leaving the
aame at till* olfi u n.D-u*
TO THE CITIZENS OP CHATHAM IX).
?[ RKhPKi TH'U.Y announce myttflf a« a Candidate
l for the Office of Tax A'ullei t«»i at the election ill
Military Unit, and huiubry ooiii iifnur *uppori,
nW.tr KD\S MtilVoWKlt.
BANK OF CtiMMßlti K 1
Havantndi November Will ihsis (
AN •h'l'lloii lor Haven Inferior. tn m in.gr the
affair. irflbl. Ho* I ironi' year, will hr InH, at
l|M> Banking Hoiae, Off tka ffowai Monday lu Jsliu
>rf nevt. ts'Nig Ilw >11) of IU«I month Kill. •>!»• n
flog, l«u'cloca». Ml l-> Vanimk a m
lollN i), PKIIMII.I.
W. id*.* .
SUPEIU.NTENDENT’ff OEfacß, I
Snvaunah, Gl, Spv. 14 i*)6 j
ON and after Wednesday, 22d Inst., a daily
train will leave for Augusta at 6.30 a.
m. connecting with a line of Hacks running between
Station G, Central Railroad, aud Waynesboro jn the
Anguata 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 Mavanualiat 3.46 p. ui
Freight to go hv Passenger Train must be prepaid
and delivered hall hour before departure 4f train
By order of
GEO. W, ADAMS,
n2O General Super in ten dent.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, 1
Savannah, Nov. 16th, 1356. j
This Company is now, in connection with H. J.
Dickerson A Co.’s Wagons, prepared to receive aud
forward to Augusta. Macon, Atlanta Ac., dally from
twenty to thirty thousand pounds of FreJgnt, and go
through in from three to live days.
Ship Freight and other expenses must be paid by
Shippers. Railroad freight can be paid here or at des
Freight on perishable goods must be prepaid.
Rates to Augusta, until further notice, will be per
foot 50 cents, per 100 lbs. $2.60
GEO. W. ADAMS,
n2O General Superintendent.
IPOR E. H. 5.—36 bblß Flour
20 half bbls Flour
9 bbls Crackers
6 bbls Apples
5 bbls Eggs
G & W—loo tubs Lard.
It not called for will be sold for freight and expense*
■OCt2B BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
A STORE, on Buy street, or portion of a large store
divided off, with an offlo# overhead. Address
’•Merchant,'’ Herald office. nlB-tf
diQA A MONTH! Agents wanted wanted for «'r
•pt/V entirely new articles, just out. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Building, Biddeford, Maine
A GENTLEMAN of strict business habits, and 16
years’ experience, decree a position as Salesman
or Bookkeeper in some Commission Honse til this city,
where the services of a valuable man would be ap
preciated. Address, for ten days, Bookkeeper, Herald
Office, Savannah, Ga. tf-nls
A DAY ! Agents wanted to nett anew and
wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cbegp one licensed. Address SHAW <fc CLARK. Bid
deford, Maine. sepH-dAw3m
FOR SALE At TO RENT.
A two-story Frame House, six rooms aud
a kitchen, in the contral part of the city
Apply at tilts office. nISM*.
RANCINC AND SAW
FIVE thousand five hundred (6,6<i0) acre* of elegant
ly Timoered Land for sale, situated on a navi
gable creek which empties into Savannah river.
There is a fine mill Seat on the creek and nearly all i he
machinery for a circular saw and two grist mills.
Terms cash. Apply to
H2B-S E. C. WADE A CO.
FOR SALE, a large, convenient and well finished
llrick House, abont 30 feet front by 60 deep, four
Slones (including basement.; Situated near thebnsi
ness part of the city. Apply at this office. 3-n2S
4 FINE new Buggy Wagon. Apply to
1 H. G. RtTWE * CO.,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and Johnson Sq.,
n2*-tf Fronting Eulaskl House.
SALE OF A GARM
I OFFER for sale mv Garden Lot, situated on the
south side of Lover's Lane, containing ten acres.
The improvements consist, of a dwelling house, one
Story and attic, on a brick basement, a brick stable and
all other necessary out buildings. The growing crop
will also be sold with the place.
U2B-1 w F. BRODBAKER
For Lease or Rent,
QK ACRES of good Farm Land, two miles from the
Court House. Apply to
n2B-tf Jefferson aud Broughton streets.
That well-known, desirably located, and highly
popular establishment, situated on Bull atreet,
lietween South Broad and Hnll streets, occupying
fr.nr entire lota of Cfl hy 'Hi feet each, and the lane be
tween them, and containing about forty rooms, is
now offered for rent.
The party renting this property will be required to
make the neees.hry repairs and give satisfactory se
curity for the punctual payment of rent.
JOHN M. COOPER
novT—tf * Pres’t Union Society.
I OFFER for Rent next year, 186«, my Rice Place, in
Camden county, (la , on the Great River,
known as the “Vernon Plantation, ” containing 420
acre* of first quality Rice Land, and about 100 acre*
of high land«mll iu perfect order. Said plantation has
been cultivated during the war, and therefore requires
no extra work to prepare it fora crop the ensuing
All the negroes formerly belonging to me are still on
the place and anxious to icmain, so there would be
no (fifficulty in procuring laborers. On the place is a
comfortable dwelling house, together with all the
necersary buildings for the accommodation of labor
on* and storing he crop.
Seed for the coming year. Including Rice, Com. Peas,
Sug»rCane, Sorghum, Cotton, Ac., can be obtained
on the place For further particulars address the sub
sdMhemt Wayncaville, Wayne county. Hh
octamirn ,IAB. ,F. KINO.
Store to Let,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
rtn> ll»hland<ommodlone Hiore, corner Merch.nl.'
Row amt Palmrlto Avrnua, to lease for a limited thus
Turin, may Addri'aa
W. 8. SAMPBON, Jr , Agent,
nett* tr look Bex E Wtas Bat*. K c
ROOMS TO LET,
AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.
Th. "Pal met lu Herald Huililip*.' hav In. lava uawlr
Blind »p, now nffhr larga sad airy Hsun. suitable lor
Hi..pin. Apa i < iinihU "I ffuatoMa purpw. K"i trims
W 8 .AM law IN »r, Agent,
«*H* tr 1.0 9m t. NtUun Hi. I. • V.
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,
BUGLE TRIMMINGS, *•
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
GENT'S MAUDS, . 5
NEW FRENCH MERINOS,
A FULL STOCK OF CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
All just opened, with an immense stock of FANCY AND COLORED SIT,KS*WI other
TOR PLANTATION USB— DARK AND LIGHT KERSEYS, GEORGIA
PLAINS, GEORGIA JEANS, OSNABUKGS AND BROWN.
Homespun* by the Yard, Piece or Bale.
CT AGENT FOR RRADLEY’S ELLIPTIC HOOP SKIRT.
Southern Palace Dry Groods House
111 & 113 CONGRESS ST.,
nll-tf Opponite I lie Pulaski House.
JUST PURCHASED IN NEW YORK
A-T . .
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
300 PIECES BLEACHED SHIRTINGS, and other DOMESTICS, at a great redaction.
150 PIECES OF NEW ST\LES DRESS GOODS, from the L*it# Auctions, at greatly
reduced prices. m
BLACK GOODS, a Fine Variety, very cheap. -- - -
SHEETINGS, , ’
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, best quality, 250. and 30c. a yard.
NEEDLE WORK COLLARS, DO. IN SETTS.
LINEN COLLARS, CUFFS AMD SLEEVES: a choice lot ju9t landed from Europe.
200 GREY AND BROWN BLANKETS,
FOOT?, SAJL.K BY
DeWitt & Morgan,
137 CONGRESS STREET,
To Toadies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Gooda), Ftincy Goods,
&c., &c., &c..
Remarkably Cheap forCa.h,
CAN BE FOUND AT
A. Hootoher dt Co's.,
13 BARNARD STREET. COR. CONGRESS LANE,
Comprising a general Assortment of Foreign and
Domeatic (Jaoda, Cloaks, Snnwla, Ac.
N ll.—By strict attention to liii.lucm, noartoona
anil honorable itrallng with Our malapert, wo trust
to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
A large hue ul White Unod. and l.inana now op. n
11'NT opened • larga taeuiUutui of CmkM Wmateit
• I abawla, Mntitaga. Cloake ami H%da, Cblbhiu 1
Capa, Boot, amt IJelUirt.
Alan, tool. Linen. Table Dauieak. Ulian Towels.
Table N.Lkl". aud IKi>lua, sue a v.riHy of Fancy Ar<
OJI 111 who Uwe offer at veij, .wjiluaa «
KINiOiN A Kt'KMAN,
MW I tl U| I ougieae Miei I
j EINSTEIN t ECKMAN,
No. 151 Congress SI. Savanna! Ga.
; TIIK OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWJS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERB IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
HAVINU just received and opened a very large
.ml aeliM't stock of Painy Dn'aa flood., House
Keeping aud Domwatlr (Joint., Ulauketa, Cloak, and
shawla, Alsu llata. Boots aud hhoea
And all artlclea uauallv found In a drat c aaa
Dry tiiHida House, wu would meat raape it fully invite
our former friend, aud cuatomem; aiao Merrhanta
and Planters t lattbif tlw city, to call aud examine our
stock liefora purchasing elsewhere
EINSTEIN A ECKMAN,
novtbtl 111 Cougraaa Hi reel, Navanaab, Ut.
hqb f'lnkki* S fin* ••miHumnil, Jgft r»
" U lt iIWITFIM A ECKMAN.
M 4 NiilofloNM 4 111,
hll if , li>4 K«r •••*'«» ’
PRICE, 5 CENTS
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO,
B. F. STEVENS, President.
Williard Phillip* WuTR p
Charles p. c ufTli ® ganoids,
Thomas A. Dexter
Marshal P. mule, C. Lowell,
Sewell Tappa!, ' Ba^u.
Charles Hubbard. Jamerß. Amory,
JOSH. M GIBBENS, Secretary.
■uast Cash Returns, $750,000
FORTY PER CENT.TTuTto ALL INSURED
, S rf U , Boston, Mas*. t„
818. U*teolde*and most reliable wholly Mutnat
Use Insurance Company in the United State, Rnd h '
been uniformly successful, having ala ay* ra Lu„
return, in ca>h to alt the policy holders. Last cart,
dividend 40 per cent. “
By the last report of the Immrance Commissioners.
v‘ ““ te OVer,i ‘‘ bmt,es wa * proportionate
UnUe^,,T IDy lD * UranCe C ° mP “ y in
This Company being purely mutual, insores at the
lowest poseibte rate,; ,„dif, he premium paid
sr'isr “ t.” *
txrttim, and solvency an. made man,feat at that time-
Mr’X'r* Br ® among all
u the •asuredsagaitist jiny
R §g“ lu ‘‘«cl*noy on th. oartTrtheCom- '
Pa! I “a* 1 f* arant v “ regards the future,
wffichwn. tL o' 1 " 08 mSy ln9ure blanks,
Pnn! !' SnPP ' 1 rj,rwarded frefc of expense!
Printed documents of an interesting character
owing the bem-flte of the routnal plan and the adl
In T“‘T' ne £* n y 01 life ln *oranee that this company
liuatonfltr, supplied gratis, orforwardsd.
~ , A. WILBUR,
nuj-ir ° Agent for ° oor S'* and Florida,
if 89 Bay street, Saraniuh, Ga.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPT
Southern Branch Office,
A. WILBUR, Msnaokx.
tT'HIS old established Company isanes Policlei on
rilnn» a 'm nap fr °P * UjO to *IO,OOO, on all the different
Favorite* Particular attention is called totbe
NON FORFEITURE policies,
PAID HIM IN CASH,
or will be R(]ded to the Policv an thj.
cboone. There is ,lcy * as P**tj may
NO CHANCE OF LOSS
an an urn berof payrnen ta U< * * in proport,on
-nay l*b.d at the
} n2«V,dlw WILLIAM R imp,
-r-- Local Agent.
Pliffinix Insurance Coinp’y,
OF HARTFORD, CONN *
POVS lm H BRIGHAM, Agent.
EYV YOR K
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY' INSURACE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus...’. 91 600 000
PHCENJX INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus J..... f1,500 000
4 . , « r.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus $1,200,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO-
Capital and Surplus 9900 qoo
Rtskß taken tri the above highly resoouaihle Com
panies on buildings and merchandise of all deacriu
riT: Apply*,o’ WeSt rateß
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS.
The underalffhed beg. leave to luform the lueurlug
Subtle that be Mae lien legally appointed Agent fur
■e above earned Company, end Is ready to taa. Ma
rine, River aud Fire Risks at customary rates
O. 0. MTKUN, A gaol,
Office over lluntei A Oautiueli, 94 Bay street
RrlWreece. -Orlavua Cuban, lluuter 8 (JamWeil,
Era 111 A Hardee eui octva
PLANrEB-H BANK. I
Navanuab. <ia , Nib Nov , |an f
l it. flank for otta year, wifi|M Held «l the Hank •
Ihff Hon VI m this vHy, wh Monday, tka let ,i„ ,
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