Th* Pakmm Officii.—A lat* Washington
despatch says :
‘•Notwithstanding the order of the President
directing that no more pardou warrants be
issued at present, applications continue to
flock in upou the Attorney General. Among
those who called on Thursday morning were
K. M T. Hunter and the fehel Generals Ter
rill, of Texas, and Brown, of Tennessee. In
cluded iu the list of applications for pardon
which have been filed away for future con
sideration are the petitions ot 122 ex rebel
officers of the United States Navy, 12* rebel
general officers, and 88 members of the Con
federate Congress. There is also a large list
of rebel leaders, including George Dayis, At
torney General ; Treuholm, Secretary of the
Treasury ; Seddou, Secretary of War ; Mal
lory, Secretary of the Navy ; and Reagan,
Postmaster General of the Confederates ; A.
H. Stephens, Governors Smith and Letcher,
of Virginia ; Lowe, of Maryland ; McGrath,
of South Carolina ; Moore, of Alabama ; and
Clark, of Mississippi. There are also several
large petitions lor the release of Jeff. Davis,
which, with the others, are filed away with
the mass of documents accumulated in the
Pardou Bureau to await developments.—
Many of the applications for pardon are in
dorsed by prominent Federal Generals aud
Crying at Weddings.— A recent writer
says it is surprising liow infectious tears are
at a wedding. First of all, the bride cries
because she is going to be married; and then,
of course, the bridesmaids cry, perhaps, be
cause they are not; and tbe fond mamma cries
because she II lose her d-d-darling; and then
the fond papa cries because be thinks it pro
per; and then all the ladies cry, because la
dies, as a rule, will never miss a chance of
crying; and then, perhaps, the groomsmen
cry to keep tbe ladies company; and then, the
old pew opener cries, to see what deep pecu
niary interest she takes in tbe proceedings;
aud then, perhaps, the public cries, the public
being, of course, composed exclusively of
Setticorts. But notwithstanding all these
[iobes, who make quite a Niagara of eye
water around bira, we own we never jet
have seen tbe bridegroom cry, and should
about as soon expect to bear the beadle
How to Prevent Railway Accidents—
An intelligent and accomplished eng'meet has
invented what he calls a '‘Railroad Train
Recorder.” This machine occupies about
one cubic foot, and is fastened in the cab of
the locomotive ; a roll of paper is put in, and
the box locked. At the end of tbe route the
superintendent, assistant superintendent, or
trainmaster finds recorded upon the paper
tbe following facts: First-Tbe speed run at
any point on tbe road. Second—Signals
given, whether by bell or whistle, and where.
Third—Changing the position of the reverse
handle, and where. Fourth—Condition of
the track, low or high joints, and where.
Fifth—lt indicates to Ibe engineer, by day
or night, the speed he is running, and also
records that speed. Sixth—Steam pressure
and water line are recorded. Seventh—The
places where the “drivers” have slipped.
These points are sufficient to enable any
railroad manager to’test the qualities of an
engineer and decide whether he does his
duty; also as to the condition of the track,
and daily progress made by track repairers.
Small Pox.—This disease is decreasing
very rapidlv in this city. The most strenu -
ous efforts have been exetcised, during the
past month or more, to prevent it spreading.
Vaccination, fumgiation and all other soils of
precautionary measures have been exercised
»y the military and municipal authorities,
the result of which has been to prevent the
disease from extending to any fearful extent.
Almost all the cases that have occurred,
have been provided for in pest houses and
retired quarters. It has been almost entirely
confined to the negro population, that has
gathered and herded in filth and utter heed
lessncss of all sanitary precautions, in Ma
con, for months past. —Mai on Telegraph.
Gen. McDowell has been sued for one
hundred thousand dollars for arbitrary ar
rests in California.
In barrels and cases, »
AT HORATIO PITCHER S,
Foot vi Lincoln et„ Under the Bluff.
THE undersigned promises to cure
in all its worst forms witfiont the use of medicine.
IMeafiu send for my Circnlar, enclosing 10 cents for
CENTRAL R. R. & BANKING CO. OF GA., 1
Savannah, Nov. 14, 1805. f
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this
Company will be held on Thursday, the 14th ol
December next, at the Banking House in Savannah,
st 10 o'clock, a. m. A tall attendance is earnestly re
(pleated. GKO. A. < l A LER.
SAVANNAH, Nov. ICth, 1865.
During my absence from the city or State Mr. C. H.
Bntler is my duly authorized agent,
nil ' C. W. THOMPSON.
THE BINCHAM SCHOOL,
MEBANEVILLE, N. C.
THE next session begins March 7th, 1806, and con
tinues forty weeks, offering to the people of the
East ami South the advantages of a Summer School
with a Winter vacation.^term^^dres^
ill-lm Mebaneville, N. C.
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SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
For Wheat ami other Gfhln Crop*, Cot
ton, Corn, Tobaeeo, Graaß
tables. Crops, &c.
Composed of Calcined Bones, Sulphuric A id,Dried
Blood, Soda, Potash, Sulphate Ammonia, and other
Does not exhaust the land due Peruvian Gnano
and other stimulating manures, but permanently im
proves it. The effects of one opplication are visible
for more than ten years. To ordinary soils a yearly
application of 200 lbs. per acre will maintain its fer
tility for any length of time.
It is packed in barrels of about about 250 lb 9. each.
Pamphlets containing certificates from those who
have used this fertiliser, and full directions for Us ap
plication to different crops, can be had by addressing
Price reduced to S6O per ton, (2,000 lbs.}
For sale by
CUNNINGHAM & PURSE, Agents,
nlo-f m Savannah, Ga.
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
riIHE ffim of West, Bryan & Cos. expires by limitation
1 this day, and is terminated in mntual consent and
Mr. James B. West will continue lo act as agent for
the Baltimore, Savannah and Augusta steamers. He
will settle all outstanding business of the firm—all
demands against which must tie rendered to him at
hi. office, Jones’ Block.
JAMES B. WEST.
ALFRED L. HARTRIDGE.
Savannah, Nov 30,1866. dl-6
JOHN MXRItYMAN. »• H WAVING
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ and Planters’ Agencv
FOR the aale of Gnano, Fertilizers, Live Stock, Im
plements and Machinery, Seeds, See.
07 "W. Fayette Street,
Refer to John S. Gittinge, President Chesapeake
Bank • Chas. Goodwin. Cashier Franklin Bank, Balti
more; E. C. Wade & Cos. and P. H. Behn, Savannah.
Between Broadway A Greenwich Street. oct27-3m
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day using the same perfume.
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!
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E. A. LOVEJOY, Agent,
n9-3m ■ 93 Fulton street, N. Y.
1 ill IA BUSHELS Prime White Com
lOUU 2000 bushels Prime White Oata
n8 N. A. HARDEE A CO.
ODB Mt'TUAL FRIEND : by Chas. IMckena, Com
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H.ho Douglas. Price $1 *O.
Lovers 'I rials. Price it SO.
Red Court Farm, by Mis Henry Wood. Pries I6c.
Self-Sacrifice. Price $1 50.
Mildred Arketl. Price 82. _
East Lynue; or, the Earl's Daughter. Price 76c.
Angelins; by the author of " The Gift " Price 50c.
The Bankers Secret; by the author of "Una How
ard.”-Price 76c. _
Sir Jasper', Tenant; by Mrs. Braddou. Price 76c.
Match Making. Price 50c.
Hickory Hall; by Mis. Southworth Price 50c.
George Francis Train's Speech to the Fenians.—
The Bush Raugers. price $2 00.
Major Jones’ Sketches of Travels, 75 cts., and
further supply of his other works.
Also the complete works of Dickins, Walter Scott
and otherYavorite authors. Cheap edit ions, at
ESTILLS' NEWS DEPOT,
Bull street, Back of the Post Office,
nov 2A ts
Singer Sewing Machines.
Principal Office for the Stale of Georgia,
116 BKOttiHTON STREET,
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent.
A large assortment for aale at New York prices.
Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired at short
Stitching neatly done.
ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE.—By permission of the
Honorable Court ofOrdinaiy of Chatham countv,
will be sold, on Friday, December Bth, at 11 o’clock,
on the premises, corner of Bryan and Ann streets, all
the perishable property ol Ahrend Cordes, deceased,
consisting of an assorted Stock of Groceries, Ac., and
articles of Furniture.
n‘27-td Administrator ad col.
FOR SALE, one Super-Royal Hand Press, with Ink
Distributor, Roller Stocks, Ac. Price. $176.
Also, one Reggies' Rotary Diamond Card Press,
with Roller Mould, Rollers, Stocks and Box and
Chases. As good as new. Price SIOO. Address
7 ESTILL A BRO.,
Bull street, back of Post Office,
n 27-tf Savannah, Ga.
FIRST and only premium awarded at the American
Institute Fair, 1865, and State Fair of Pa , 1865, for
Crutches. Harlmnn’s Patent Elastic Rubber Crntcnes
are pronounced by surgeons, and everybody else, to be
the very best ever invented. They are easy and con
venient, they prevent paralysis of the nerves, no away
with all the weariness inseparable from the use of ail
others, aud are in all respects unrivalled. Send for a
circular. Agents wanted everywhere LOVEJOY A
Taylor:Sole Manufacturers,’ No. 4761, Broadway,
N, y. 6m-n23
I AA COILS Manilla Bale Rope
AUU 500 bags Shot
50 Smith's Bellows
400 kegs Nails
60 tons Plow Steel
100 tons Swedes and Refined Iron
1 ton Cast Steel, assorted
160 dozen Axes
3000 pair Trace Chains
3 casks Sheet Zinc
18 Cotton Trucks
12 Corn Shellers
160 doz Shovels and Spades, assorted brand*
50 kegs Horse Shoes
50 kegs Male Shoes
200 dozen Carry Corobs
25 dozen Horse Brushes. For sale by
u22-2w* WEED A CORNWELL.
A CARGO of SALT, 10 sacks t« the ton, just arrived
Der British bark Croesco from Liverpool, for sale
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
NOW LANDING AND FOR SALE.
AJ k Boxes, X, X and caddies Tobacco, which we
<3Uv are now offering at prices lower than it can
be bought for in Northern cities.
• MILLER, THOMAS A CO.,
ull-tf No. 206 Bay strecet.
(Successor to William B. Hawkins,)
IMPORTER aud Wholesale Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Ales, Wines, Liquors, Philadelphia Por
ter, Champagne Cider, Ac.,
No. 17G BNxlton. Street,
Opposite St Paul’s Church,
Bottler of Mile’s Celebrated Ale for Shipping and
Particular attention paid to Filling and Shipping
Southern Orders. . .
All orders by mail will be promptly attended to.
New York Piano Fortes.
New Scale First-Class
Factory, 122,124 & 126 East 224 SL
RESPECTFULLY announces that his Large New
Factory is now completed, fully organized, and In
successful operation, by means of which he has greatly
increased his manufacturing facilities. He will there
fore be able henceforward to turn out 36 Pianos per
week, to supply orders promptly, without that incon
venient delay to which Dealers and Purchasers have
been subjected, from the fact that for more than two
years past he has been continually a hundred instru
ments behind orders. A fall assortment at all times
may be found at his Manufactory and Wareroome in
New York City. Every instrument fully warranted.
Retail Wareroome, 748 Broadway. 3m-nl6
STEELE & BURBANK,
11 Merchants How. HIIto» H»«*. c »
CALL the attention of Wholesale Mil .Retail pur
chasers to their superior stock of
MILITARY AMD NAVAL CLOTHING,
• FURNISHING GOODS,
Watches. Clocks, Fancy Good*. Jewelry, and Plated
Ware,Swords, Sashes, Belt*. Embroideries,Boots, Cape
Field Glasses. Qanntlet* Glove*. Ac.. Ac.- Ac
Os Ships Amelia and Florence Chipmao, direct trom
BY WILBUR & SON.
WEDNESDAY, December 6th, at our Sales Rooms,
comer State and Chalmers streets, CHARLES
TON, S. C., at 10 q o'clock, will be sold, by catalogue,
one hundred and sixty crates of Fancy assorted
Earthenware and Crockery,
lust Imported direct in Bhips Amelia and Florence
C'hipuiHii, from tbe Potteries In England
Catalogues may he bad and sample* of ware ax
amioe<l at <>ur omoe.
Conditions cash. dl-3fa&to
M. Y. HENDERSON, .
No. 237 South side Bay Street
Two doors east of West Broad,
DEALER in Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Ac.; also
iu buggy sud Wagon Stuff and Trimmings
Any style ot Carriage or Boggy Ordered from any ma
I am also prepared to order out any clas* of horses,
either fur draft or road service. Special attention will
Oe given to the purchase of fine stock iu northern
PER ship County of Picton, from Glasgow:
201) tons Gaitsherrie Pig Iron
256 tons Household Coal
1000 hampers Potatoes
160 kegs Herrings
60 cases Preserved Salmon
20 cases Dried Finnan Haddock
Nor sale by
ds-tf CHARLES GREEN A SON.
OFFICE OF PROVOST MARSHAL,)
District or Savannah, >
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 3lst, 1865. )
yiWE notice Issued from the office of the Provost
1 Marshal, Sub-District of Ogeecbee, dated Savan
nah, Aug. 11th, 1865, ordering all Drinking or Bil
liard Saloons, Ac., where liquor are sold to be closed
at lOjj’clock, P. M., is hereby revoked.
By command of _
Bvt. Maj. Gen. J.JM. BRANNAN.
(Signed) CLARKE H. KEMICK,
Capt. and Provost Marshal. novl
Attorney at I*aw,
ORFICE NO, 113 BAY STREET,
(Over the Herald Reading Boom,)
ocua-tf SAVANNAH, Ga.
O*o. fit Black Rums E. Liam.
BLACK & LESTER, 1
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old stand of Norwood, Wilson A Lester,
comer of Bay and Barnard streets. octlA-tf
DR. T. J. CHARLTON
HAS RESUMED THE PRACTICE OF
Medicine and Surgery.
Residence and Office corner Whitaker and Perry
streets. lm nl6
HOWELT. COBH. JAMBS JAOKSOH.
COBB & JACKSON,
n29-3m MACON, GEORGIA,
LAROCHE & JOHNSON,
Timber* Lumber Dealers
300 BAY STREET, _
SAVANNAH, GA. *
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
wpl ß BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
In sums to suit purchasers, by
sep2B-tf E. F. METCALFE A CO
PLANTER’S BANK, I
Savannah,Ga., 26th Nov., 1865. f
An election for Directors', to manage the ts afr* o
A this Bank for one year, will be held at the Bank
ing House in this city, on Monday, the Ist day o
January, 1866. thqß H. HARDEN,
n25-la wtd Acting Cashier.