THE SAVANNAH PATTY HERALD.
VOL. I— NO. *272.
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pROM NORTH CAROLINA.
important Dispatch From
Organization of Both Brunelies of the
GEN. GRANT AND STAFF IN RALEIGH.
Rai.i-.igh, Nov. 28.—' The following dis
patch from President Johnson to Provisional
Governor Holden, is printed in the morning
Washington, Nov, 27th, 1865.
11. IP. Holilen. Prov Gov. frc.
Accept my thaoks for the noble and effic
ient manner in which you have discharged
your duly as Provisional Governor. You
wilt be sustained by the Government.
Ttic result of the recent election in North
Carolina iias greatly damaged the prospects
of the State in regard to its restoration to
Should the action and spirit of the Legis
lature be in the same manner, the fact will
greatly increase the mischief already done,
and might he fatal.
It is hoped the action and spirit manifest
ed by the Legislature wili be directed rather
to repair than increase the difficulties under
wliic; the State has already placed itself.
[Signed, 1 AFDREW JOHNSON,
President United States.
Thus. Little, a staunch Union man was
elected Speaker of the Senate to-day. Both
Houses having completed their organization,
adjourned until to-morrow.
Gov. Holden s health is improving.
Uu.eiGH, Nov. 29. —Gen, Grant and staff
accompanied by Genls. Huger and Hardin,
and Dr. Sloan,- Slate Agent and Treasurer,
called on Gov. Holden this morning, spend
ing an hour or more with him. Gov. Holden
expressed regret that the state of his health
would not allow him to pay more attention
to the distinguished visitors. The interview
was pleasant and agreeable.
Gen. Giant was invited to visit the Legis-
ISTure, and was formally introduced to both
Houses. He leaves to-night for Charleston,.
S. C. v f *
•Mobile Cotton Market.
Mobile, Nov. 2#.—The sales of Cotton to
day reached 400 bales, Middlings selling at
47 cents. The market closed dull.
Theatricals. —“The Streets of New
York" is the attraction at Grover’s Theatre,
Washington, D. C. Mr. E. L. Davenport’s
personation of Sir Giles overreach at Wal
lnrk s Theatre (New York) last Saturday
evening is very highly spoken of by the
critics of that ci'y, who compare his acting
with that of the elder Booth. Mr. J. W.<
Wallack is to be the leading man at this
theatre. Mr.' Davenport leaving to take
charge of the New theatre in Fourteenth
street on the off nights of the French drama.
Miss Jean Hosmer has been playing an en
gagement at Norfolk, Va. A Norfolk jour
nal speaks of her in flattering terms, and
states that she was born in New England,
which "affords an exemplification of the fact
that a good thiDg can come out of Nazareth.’’
At last, accounts “The Serf’ had been per
formed 106 times in London. Mr. F. S.
Chanfrau iias made a great hit in “Sam" at
the Broadway Theatre, New York. It has
been played nearly six weeks and draws
Tlic Charleston South Carolinian believe g
the report well founded that General Dau
Sickl.-s lias power ami instructions from the
President of the United States to reconvoke
the Slate Convention, for the purpose of bb
tlining from the Convention the adoption of
two distinct measures : First, the repudia
tion ot the State war debt; and, secondly,
the nullification (as distinguished from the
repeal) of the Ordinance ot Secession.
I he French Courier, of New York, affects
to be indignant at the appointment of Gen
eral Logan as United States Minister to the
Republic of Mexico, and pronounces it a
provocation.” It adds, in substance, that
the I rencti troops now will not leave Mexi
eo. France is allied with Mexico now, right
wron g. aud will maintain the alliance.
The Augusta Constitutionalist learns that
ji U| te a number of plantations in that vicinity
, tUe changed hands lately, the purchasers
m °stly parties from the North. The
| i . r ‘° Plantation, in Columbia county, was
„ n ,n Monday, to Mr. Charles Hancock, of
a< to H r Internal Revenue to-day decided
trusi „» e um " uu, of stamp duty on a deed of
Great iv™’’/ >*Wg<: given by tiie Atlantic and
K p estcrn Railway Company to John
bank ” ’i„ rUSI#4 ’ of «>e city of N'ew York,
sand iu “ n , 9v 7 !r t 0 Bn inquiry if one thou
*"tlii i. nt "tn IU lntfcrnal rev< - nue stamps was
unjoin,t ,ft?, Cover 11,0 BHlno, ,I|<J entire
fi.m it u.„i i m o«gsge being fso.ooo.txto,
10 the nnn i, l , r Ti r, ‘ •ntenral revenue stamps
Were p,,. ’ III 1 <>, 1 §BO,OOO, and if said stamps
nuhviu e„ J( 'hereto the bonds of suld
•' ' ompany he invnlld.
C, nl 'u” || Mt * ra, klp Western Metropolis,
e,,i H ... , Hilton, arrived from Apalaihl
briuglm’S';, l “ Now Yotk Friday last.
j,„ " iroe tltousand Imlus of cotton, the
su iiin , »“ r 1,1 from that port in a
mh , ' '•tore have so fur been ship
"u„i i | I, "' lw ' ,,,u "l*»t*Hiithiriy-al«th«u.
tltoii.ui.Vi*iif° f <o,u,n ' thcru were ten
Tim, tli«ru ho Ilia l#lb
Hie tony thousand hale* Mill up
*m* r , h Uto ? U rlvßr ' will corns
ituklMe a “* iU * " f *»‘«r iNtrmlu,
1,,, ***•» •d«Uly thnil.au,l Mss
m *t*l|*p«d Ibsnes Ibi* Cssmio
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
New York, Nov. 25. j
KigUty-two Y ear. Ago Today
the red-coats of John Bull left this town,
shook the dust of Manhattan from their bro.
gans, left in disgust, satisfied with their ex
perience hereabouts, and the three corner
halted continentals, barefooted hut patrioti
cally enthusiastic, again took possession, and
they and their descendants have held it ever
since. Could the two forces of those days
look down on this swarming metropolis,
they would be somewhat astonished at the
busy multitudes intent on mouey making,
and would doubtless wonder where the ten
or fifteen thousaud well drilled soldiers who
paraded and were reviewed by Gov. Fenton
yesterday afternoon, were raised. Perhaps,
too, they might draw some comparisons be
tween this well equipped aud finely armed
body of men, and the ragged old revolution
ary patriots of eighty-two years ago.
seems wonderfully on the increase here aud
in this vicinity, as well as in other parts of
the country. Our papers teem with robbe
ries, garrolings, burglaries, and the like, and
yet they do not print one-half of the police
reports. The awful murder in Brooklyn is
the last of a series of murders which has
taken place within a lew weeks in that dim
ly lighted city, aud the fact that the city of
churches is one of the darkest holes on the
civilized portion of the continent, seems to
be taken as an invitation to all robbers aud
cut-tbroats to make it their base of horrible
operations. Not a housewife in that city
dare leave a wasiiing out over night, and
there are very lew who travel its streets but
carry revolvers, even going to and coming
from prayer meetings, festivals, concerts, or
the theatre. Serious talk is had of forming
vigilance committees over there, who will
keep the gas lights burning despite the op
position ot the Aldermen whose constituents
in tbs back slums bad rather have darkness
Tile Alalanta** Passengers
are being fumigated, puiged. and bat lied,
preparatory to being allowed to come to the
city. All evidences of the cholera are ra
pidly passing off, and Di. Sayre is unremit
ting in his exertions tor their welfare and the
safety of our citizens. The government pro
mised a vessel to place the passengers in, on
which they would be removed from all dan
ger of contagion—the city also promised
their hospital ship—but neither have yet been
furnished, and Messrs. Winterly, the well
known steamship proprietors, kindly placed
one of their vessels at the disposal of Dr.
Sayre. Their baggage and ciotbiug, as weil
as their persons, will be thoroughly cleansed
before being permitted to land.
of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, was
one long to be remembered. It rollicked
around and strammed about like a child with
a first class attack of wind cholic, knocking
cbimnies down, ripping awnings to shreds,
blowing down halt finished houses, fences,
sheds, old barns, and trees, and louse things
generally took to themselves wings. Um
brellas were of no-account whatever, neither
were petticoats nor such-like—old Boreas
was on a bender, aud it an umbrella tried to
protect a pretty face, he rudely smashed it to
get a peep at beauty, and as rudely exposed
to admiring gaze pretty ankles and—so forth!
He was very rough—he was.
which Jupiter Plnvius inflicted upon us was
appreciated highly by car-drivers, eoach
jehus and stage proprietors. Gen. Grant seem
ed to have brought with him one of his old
fashioned, three days’ Virginia showers, and
by so doing performed a llauk movement on
our citizens, who really desired to give him
one of those hearty ovations which only can
be given on Broadway, by our tens of thou
sands who would have hi-hi’d and roared
their surging welcome to him as he rode by
under escort ot our favorite Seventh regi
ment. The number of rats and strumpets
driveu out of low cellars aud bagnio's on
Greenwich, West and South streets was per
fectly appailmg, and the police had plenty
of hu.-ipess in killing the thousands of the
first mentioned, and providing shelter for the
last mentioned species. The gale aud its
aqueous accompaniment is happily over, and
we have a bracing atmosphere and clear skies
Vive la Republicans Mcxieana.
I have yet to see the fact chronicled in our
papers, that, on the recent anual parade of
our Eighth regiment, one of the best in our
city. Colonel Variun made an address to his
command in support of the Monroe doctrine,
and closed by urging all the members to use
their influence in the community for Hite ex
pulsion of Maximilian from Mexico. The
regiment subsequently marched down Broad
way, halting in front of the Headquarters of
the Republic of Mexico, where the “green,
white and red” flag of that nation was salut
ed by the command being drawn up in line,
with the band playiug, arms at the piesent,
and a dress parade was gone through with.
Great enthusiasm was manifested, in which
the thousands of our people who were at
tracted thither by the display, heartily joined.
Tbeie is no mistaking the feeling in this
community on this subject, which is strongly
in favor ol ejecting the French millions from
the soil of Mexico, even if Phil. Sheridan and
his boys have to cross the Rio Grande and
lay seige to the far-famed Hallsofthe Monte
zumas. It would take hut a very short time
to raise ten or twelve regiments in this vi
cinity for a raid among the chapparel of
of society causes us more expense in the way
of prisons and pauper establishments in tiie
proportion of three to one for our own native
criminals and poor. During the last ten
years, it appears by actual statistics, there
have been seventy-seven, out of every one
hundred, paupers who were foreigners—or
about four foreigners to one native who has
claimed tiie benefits of the poor-bou9e. Os
the criminals convicted during the past ten
years two out of every three were foreign
ers ! The foreign population of this State
is only twenty-six per cent. —thus showing
conclusively lliat we are indebted to our
friends across the water for the heavy ex
penses incurred for reformatory and corroc
A Disgusted MugUtrnti
could have been found at our Police Court
last Friday afternoon. He had sentenced
some half dozen of the worst scoondreU that
ever infested this crime-crowned metropolis
to various terms, for gurroting, slung-shot
ting, stabbing, shooting, burglarising, rob
bing, and*othor little idiosyncratic eccentri
cities, and the villians had iiad their murder
ous countenances and carcasses removed to
prison, when, 10, anil behold, who should
turn up in great auxiety aud brow-beating
manner, but some hall-dozen of our Alder
men and common couDciliuen, who Itcseigcd
the immovable Judge to release their pets,
who had thus been dealt with according lo
law and their just deserts! Uit uot dig
graceful—but such is the fact
4 Nlartllng r«H,
au<l one which iuteiests the whole country
as wail aa this city, is presented in the an
nual report of the Association for the tin j
prominent of lbs JW of New York Tne 1
report states that the HrttWh aroveruinent
persists 111 shipping convicted It lout to this
country, (laying limit passag*. ’(‘lie |»lls of
I,nudou era frequently ulcired in this way,
Ilia "London Prlsonuis' Alt) tint inly being
an Mianelva almoner In tlia way of furnish
lug irwtspoflsilou lo llilsyus, giiiours sod
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER I. 1865.
cut-throats to New York on our sailing pack
ets. Quite a number of receutly arrested
criminals, especially oi the garroting profes
sion, have staledto our authorities that they
were sen' to this country by tiie London and
Liverpool authorities. Some of these im
ported felons hud muroerers are sometimes
sent back, hut more of them remaiu, becom
ing inmateYof, our prisons, or else become
instructors cj crime to the hundreds of uu
furlupate and uucared for juveniles who,
like tqpay, '‘grow” and rankly flourish in
the pestiferous atmosphere of Baxter, Wil
liam, Houston -and other streets, which are !
nothing les% to these friendless ones than di
rect avenues to hell. Congress will proba
bly he called upon to prohibit such importa
tions, and the tacts officially lurnished our
National Legislature upon which lo base a
bill for its prevention.
*’Th« Code of Honor,'”
alias duelling, was attempted to be revived
here last week by a late Colonel in tiie army,
who felt aggrieved at the remarks of an edi
tor, relative to the proceedings of the organ
ization of which the Colonel is the Head
Centre. Os course the editor did not see fit
to fight, aud lie would have been a fool if he
had. Tiie affair has occasioned much com
ment here, and the Head Ceutre has done
his organization a great deal ot harm by bis
foolish course. If the institution of which
he ii the leader, cannot bear newspaper crit
icism, it will most certainly fall to pieces,
but certes, Mr. Colonel O’Mahoney, Head
Centre of the Fenian Brotherhood, is not the
man, nor does he bold such an exalted posi
tion as will enable him with impunity to in
augurate the duelling code in a civilized com
munity • Many people will argue that if this
is a specimen ot that liberty for which it
is generally supposed the Fenians are banded
together lo achieve for their Emerald Isle, it
will fdi to meet the encouragement which
our community has so far generously accorded
to that organization. It does not favorably
impress our public to see tile principal leader
of this movement the first to take umbrage
at remarks openly expressed in the columns
of one of our principal newspapers, aud
then thirsting for the blood of the writer
thereof. How much easier to have replied
! iu a manly way to those criticisms through
: those same columns which would, undoubt
edly, have been accorded to Mr. Colonel O’-
Malioney, had he properly applied for such
privilege. Mr. Colonel O'Mahoney has made
| a laughing stock of himself, and the Fenians
would do well, if solicitous for the success of
their cause in this country, and especially in
this community, to see that their leaders
, keep their temper cool and their powder dry
; —for they will need it all to accomplish their
A i\ew Club
liawjust been started in this city. It is
called the Manhattan Club, and is aa op
ponent to the Union League Club, whose
politics are of the Republican order. A
spacious and elegant building has been se
cured on Fifth Avenue, aud fiUed up in
the usual style. John Van Buren is the
1 President, Augustns Schelly, Vice President,
. and the following a managing committee :
Win. Fallen, August Belmont, James Brady,
i S- L. M. Barlow, Horace F. Clarke, Edward
j Cooper, Geo. Picknor Curtis, Edward L.
j Corlies, Win. Butler Duncan, Andrew H.
i Green, John T. Hoffman, Hiiam Cranston,
j John Van Buren, Henry Hilton, Manton
i Marble, Geo. W. McLeaux, diaries O'Con
nor, Edwards Pierrepoint, Wm. C. Prime,
j Dean Richmond, A L. Robertson, Augus
tus Schell, Samuel J. Kildeu, Douglas Tay
lor, Gullian C. Verplanck. 1 notice among
| the by-laws the following:
I “No game shall be played at the Club on
‘ Sunday, and no round game, or games of
hazard at any time, and no person shall bet
j more than five dollars on any game.” A
, very good rule indeed, but why should such
rules be necessary at all. Why fnust a club
| house her of necessity a gaming house.
is certamly the most beautiful portion of the
year with us —the few leaves upon the trees
take upon them all the vari-co»red hues of
the rainbow, while their brown trunks look
the contrast—a few flowers still blos
som in sheltered places, and chrysanthe
mums seem almost aud bids defiance to our
j nightly frosts, expanding under the day s
i warm sunlight with renewed vigor. But
. this year’s Indian Summer has been accom
! panied by returning hosts of pestiferous
t musquitoes and swarms of flies, uoti! our
patieuce has given out, and we pray for the
full sway of the hoary frost king.
I are the steamers which are advertised to
j leave here tor Savannah. Your correspon
j dent lias prepared about one letter a day
: for the Herald, on being informed that such
; a crall was to sail iu the atternoon. From
! some cause or other, those which were to
I sail in the first part of the week were de
layed, most probably by the storm, but
there is no excuse to-day, (Saturday) of that
nature, as our skies never were clearer or
brighter, with a clear bracing atmosphere.
Prarle da Cblen Railroad.
The excitement about the “corner” in
Praire du Cbien Railroad stock has subsided,
and to judge Iroui the smiling countenances
j of some of Ihe reported sufferers, they were
: not so badly burnt as they might have been,
j The truth is, the manipulators of the stock
were too rapid in their inovemests. The
advance from 65 to 225 in two days was
rather quick, and a number of the heavy
short seUcrs threw their shares into the
hands of the cornering party, and utterly re
fused to do anything further. Others paid
’ up very large differences, and the stock fi
nally dropped to par, at which rate a few
shares are ‘occaafcitially sold. Nearly tiie
whole stock of the company remains in the
hands of the cor nerei s.
rpHREE or four Gentlemen can be accommodated
* with first class board* by addressing Z. T-* at this
Hilton & Randell.
ft A BOXES Colgate’s Family Soap
tlvr 50 boxes Colgate’s XX Starch
100 bbls Family Flour, Pacific Mills
50 half bbls Family Flour, Plank Road
50bbls Premium Hominy
In stare and for sale, at lowest market price, at
n27-6 193 BAY .STREET.
To Business Men.
AYOTTNO MAN. ('duelled to hneine**, wjth a ra.li
cupilul or SS,IKm to s:u,oou, wlabua to eugligr In
some c-labllahed paying Im.lnca* Bi nt of raSrancc.
given. Addri ns W. B. TANARUS., Herald Office, Mating kind
of buaineas. tPnVN
St. Andrew’s Hall.
THIS nail Will ba K illed for Itulla, Concert., ,Vi\,
*«, Apidy Iu Mr Miy r, under til* Hall, or In
, DAVID It DU.UJN.
’ll I Bay atrret.
Iu barrvla aud euaaa, 0 •
AT IIORATfo PITCH KICK,
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SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, \
Savannah, Gi., Nov. 13,19G5.f
ON and after Wednesday, 22d Inst., a daily
train will leave for Augusta at 3.30 a.
m.. connecting w ith a line of Hacks running between
Station 6, Central Railroad, and Wayuesboro on the
Augusta and Savannah Railroad.
Passengers by this line will arrive in Augusta the
next moruiug after leaving Savannah in time to
connect with the Georgia Railroad train for Atlanta
Returning arrive in Savanuah at 3.45 p. m.
Freight to go by Passenger Train must be prepaid
and delivered halt hour before departure of train
By order of
GEO. W. ADAMS,
«20 General Superintendent.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, )
Savannah, Nov. 18th, 1565. /
This Company Is now, in connection with H. J.
Dickerson A- Co.’s Wagons, prepared to receive and
forward to August*. Macon, Atlanta Ac., daily from
twenty to thirty thou.su■ and pound, of Freignt, and go
through in from three to five days.
Ship Freight mid 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 he per
foot so cents, per 100 lbs. $2.60
GEO. W. ADAMS,
nio General Superintendent.
Wanted to Hire,
A SMALL HOUSE, fnrntshed or unfurnished. Ad
dress, stating location, terms, Ac., “C„" Herald
GEORGIA Railvoad Itin( Notes, Augusta Bank
Notes, City of Savannah Bonds, by
n3O-3 G. B. A G. W. LAMAR.
FOR E. H. a—3s bills Flour
20 half bbls Flour
9 bbls Crackers
6 bbls Apples
5 bbls Eggs
G & W—loo tubs Lard.
If not called for will be sold for freight and expenses.
uct23 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
A STORE, on Bay street, or portion of a large store
divided off, wiih an office overhead. Address
‘jMenchant,’’ Herald o#ice. nis-tf
ItiQA A MONTH I Agents wanted wanted for sir
rpev entirely neip article*, just out. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Bnilding, Biddeford, Maine,
A GENTLEMAN of strict business habits, and 16
years’ experience, desires a position as Salesman
or Bookkeeper In some Commission House In this city,
where the sen ices of a valuable maa would be ap
preciated. Address, for ten days. Bookkeeper, Herald
Office, Savannah, Ga. tf-nls
4f •) A DAY I Agents wanted to will anew and
'U-'D wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cheap one licensed Address SHAW Sc CLARK. Bid
deford, Maine. sepH-diwSm
FOR SALE & TO RENT.
a FOR RENT, |
A two-story Frame House, six rooms and
a kitchen, in the central part of tire city.
Apply at this office. nl»-4*.
fYIHE Lease andJAußitorre of my Room over Hil«-
M man’s Drug Store Apply at the corner of Bay
and Jeffson street*. *
nSf-g* y jyFRISBIE.
A FINE new Buggy Wagon. Apply to
a * H. G. RUWE & CO.,
Cnrnpr Bryan and St. Julian arid Johnson Bq.,
n2B tr Fronting Pulaski House.
ONE splendid four or Mx horse Wagon, with Har
ness to match.
Also four Mnlge.
Enquire at the sßhles of Henry Wayne, West Broad
SALE OF A GARDEN.
I OFFER for sale my Garden Lot, situated on the
south side of Lover's Lane, containing ten acres.
The improvements consist of a dwelling house, one
story aud attic, on a briek basement, a brick stable and
all other necessary ont-buildings. The growlog croD
will also bd sold with the place.
nSB-lw F. BRODBAKER
For Lease or Rent,
QfC ACRES of good Farm Land, two miles from the
Qtw Court House. Apply to
, JOIIN MoMAHON,
n23-tf Jefferson aud Broughton streets.
THAT well known, d(«lrably located, and highly
popular establishment, situated on Bull street,
l>etw,gii South Broad and Hall streets, occupying
four entire lot. of CO by no feet each, and the lane be
tween them, and containing about forty rooms, 1.
now offered for rent.
The party renting this property will be required to
make the neceuhry repairs and give Mtiafuctory se
curity for the punctual payment of rent.
JOHN M COOPER
nov7—tf Pres’t Union Society.
Store to Let,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
The light and commodious Store, corner Merchant*’
Row aud Palmetto Avenue, to lease for a limited time.
W. 8. SAMPSON, Jr., Agent,
octis ts Lock Box S, Hilton nead. S. C.
ROOMS TO LET, -
AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.
The ••P.lnvyo Herald Rulldlag," having been newly
lilted up, now Alter large slid ally Humus suitable for
Hlooplng ApartmonM or Hilalneahpßrpows. For tm uia
W. 8 SAMPSON, Jr,, Agent, ’
oetta ts Luck Boa It, (HUm, 11..,i, » <>,
108*1’, on Monday afternoon, sillier on IlioUghUili,
s bstwuun Whiisksr and Mmilgotui iy sin . i«, or
mi i'migrMA lu lb. *■ iglilnirbAod of ikuMsiksl, a
hit IHIITnIS, cimlnliiliqf a brilllnol, mount, and In
sllici lb. slinvii imsaid will Ire paid by Isavinii tire
st mis ..m s ‘
i MINhIIIMOCM us Mm W WkltfTtl< hum New
% i M«>< M< M»* h* * pU4ll u| «!*•*« *!««»«•,
**•*♦*»* ilm 4ft* ft! ilu&ift# Ml
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIPS ARIADNE AND LEO,
B Y C. OFF F,
Southern Palace Dry Goods House
A NEW AND* ELEGANT LOT OF DRESS TRIMMINGS,
DRESS ORNAMENTS, #
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 SCAJtFS, MAGNIFICENT STYLES
. NEW FRENCH MERINOS,
A FULL STOCK OF CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
All just opened, witli an immense stock of FANCY AND COLORED Slliks and other
fob. PLANTATION USE-DARK AND LIGHT KERSEYS, GEORGIA
PLAINS, GEORGIA JEANS, OSNABURGS AND BROWN.
Homespun, by the Yard, Piece or Bale.
<a- AGENT Foh BRADLEY’S ELLIPTIC IT(SoP SKIRT.
Southern h*alace Dry Groods House
111 & 113 CONGRESS ST.,
nll-tf Opposite the Pulaski House.
JUST PURCHASED IN NEW YORK
'greatly reduced prices
800 PIECES BLEACHED SHIRTINGS, and other DOMESTICS, at a great reduction.
150 PIECES OF NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS, from the Late Auctions, at greatly
reduced prices. •«
BLACK GOODS, a Vine Variety, yery cheap. .
‘jF 1 QJ* H ons e keeping:
MARSEILLES QUILTS, ;
C* D4HA.SK TABLE LINEN,
SCOTCH DIAPERS „ *
* v . DAMASK NAPKINS AND DOYttyS
’ 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 CALICQu best quality, 25c< jnd 30c. "a yard.
NEEDLE WORK COLLARS, DO. IN SETTS.’
LINEN COLLARS, CUFFS AMD SLEEVES: a choice less just landed from Europe.
200 GREY AND BROWN BLANKETS, '« *‘-
DeWitt & Morgan,
137 CONGRESS STREET,
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OP
Dry Gooilh, Fnnpy Gfiods,
*c., Ac., Ac.,
Remarkably Chs«p ffcrCawh.
CAN BB FOUND AT
A. Ro«ohor <t) Oo’ffi., |
13 BARNARD HTHKBT, COB. CONGKKBB LANB,
fConiprt.lng a gtari.l Assortment of Foreign anil
Dumealre Cloaks, Hnu w la, Ac.
N, n By MMrf atl.nllon to liaahiFM, rqmbpda
amt liuiiuiahh itoiling with our i ilatffifjta. ruat
In urei It **') rei .tva a llbaral altar* <g
A large litre nl Whits timid, and l.lhfipa now op>n
oil 111 ™ *
luijt Uliatred a largv aa*o(lHt»t|t of griiliyi wUratad
mIiAmU Hotiiaga, t'loala ami Hula • blUr ill 1
Uaua, Hreila and liillara '
Alsu, tilth | lli.ua ‘I able IlMMsafe, IJhaa Tuuata,
Tahiti Naphtha *M Jiuilua, and • vail.q afPsK? A*>
AH '4 whi’X »v utltf .1 ti irjuu Jit |. m
NlNAinrf 4 Inuia*T
hod W TITi oogivaa aid't
I EINSTEIN i ECKMAN,
No. 151 Comress SI. Sarannab 6a.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL JtNOWN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
HAVING ju.t rarelaed and nponrd a **ry Ur»«
mill wliTt m.x kuf Fnni y Hum ilwhU lluuam
heu|>lng mill Doomin' Uouda, liUukrt*. Cloak. and
islitwla, , Alan I lata, IlnotA au.l Hhnaa.
Aml all irllclra ir.ii.lly found m% Rial ejua
Dry OiHMla Uoiiaa. wa would moai ruapaitfiiily invito
our fonanr frond. and (uatomara; alao MarchanU
and I'laulura r lauliUJhw ally, to tall and aiaruma our
Mock tuifor* imrrliaifniy alutwhara,
* WNnTKIN * Kt'KMAN, *
uLrtar its l otigrvaa Ntrfot, huvangab, tin.
I /d* MwrtWHN, |o«l r*
•jjjl« »i»«?riN * atmuAN.
# P wC/lL* ** *2 * a fHiitti t
PRICE, 5 CENTS
NE WEN GLAND
mutual life INSURANCE CO
B, F. STEVKNB, President
DIBKCTOBft, •- •
Marshal F. Wildei "° we^
Sewell Tapnan ’ Burner Barthtt.
Charles Htffibard. James a Amory,
JOSH. M. GIBBENB, Secretary.
J 8 $3,000,000
Last Cash Returns, $750,000
FORTY PE« CENT.WTO ALL INSURED. *
This Company, ental.llahed ip Boston u... ,
ISI3. i.tfceolde.tand moet reliable wholly Mutual
LUe Insurance Company in the Untied State, l
been uniformlyauccewful, having always made large
returns n cash to all the policyholder,. Last c«h
dividend 40 per cent. ““
By the ia.t report of the Inrarane. Commlaaioners
he surplus of aeaets over liabilities waa proportionate
United State*" *•
This Company being pnrety mutual, insures at the
lowest poraibie rates; and ts the premium paid «
aurplu* I* returned to the
livery fifth year, at the time of declaring the returns
thehnsinerenaslt so that its ',™I
poettion and solvency are made manifest at ikami
and the aurplu. fund, are divided pro rata
the insured. This guard, the ”
possible loss (torn Inefficiency on the part nr
Printed document of an i n tere.«ffi„ !
showing the beneflte ofthe mutual uian" 6 C . ha,1 * cter
vantage, general), ol life insurance th **'
hastooffer, supplied grails, or rorwtrde!, ° mP * oSr
General Agent for Ooorrfa
~ 89 Bay street. Savannah a,.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPT
NE W YORK.
Southern Branch Office,
W -A. V ANN AH,
A. WILBUR, Matuog*.
T n iny life from I 'sWto’SmSj/ l "* Beß Policies on
non- forfeiture policies
profit to Ihe insured, as the
PAID HIM m CASH,
Choose. There la ‘° the Policy, as the party may
NO CHANCE OF LOSS
made.’he'pmfy^mav^iefL* o ‘"Jpo* l payments are
fifth ofthe amount Intured’anS'iifio? forone
l Du s! >er of Peymente d ' and 1 iUte P r °Portion for
n29-eodlw WILLIAM R. BOYD.
m •«• — Local Agent.
Plipii Insurance Compy,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
— * B BRIGHAM. Agent.
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY INSURACE COMPANY.
PHG2NIX INSURANCE CO..
Capital and Surplus 500 000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus $1,200,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO
Capital and Surplus $900,000
pan!^^\;u D iia;^ h \ D^;t r 9^rT. , ll ,l^ 0 r S;
sa a ip^^ w * st raw *«"-»»
n9-3m No. 12 Stoddard'. B^atrwtt.
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS.
CAPITAL,...*. ~ §960.000
Th« nnduralgacd |pg. leaao to in furor Hi* In.urlug
MNir that li« hu« burn lugally uppalm. .1 Again fur
wuawivH uatnwftd'uniuauy. «ud I* r*ady Ui taka Mu
flu*. Rivur and Pita klaka «t ai.iuntary roUa.
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ffi'larainaa. on la.ua Cukau, lluuUr A <faain.il,
Bru in A liard«' Sin ucUM
f'l.aNmiou name. >
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