THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.
VOL. 1-NO. 279.
The Savannah Daily Herald
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Ntw York, Nov. 3Q.
The Last Day of Fall
is indeed a fine one with us—the skies neYer
clearer —the air just cool enough to
lie o.aciiifc,— oO snow in our streets—onr
pavements dry, and every one. anticipating
that the coming winter* which to-morrow's
sun will usher in, will not be a very hard
one. Those whose purses are not plethoric,
pray such may be the case, for all necessa
ries of life are high indeed.
The Season of Gales
has been upon us, and the accounts of the
effects of those of the lust week or fortnight
are b ginning to be received. The steamer
Mississippi, which sailed a week ago last
Saturday for New Orleans, was met off
Barnegat by the Nevada, from Savannah,
and brought into this port on the morning
of lhe 23d, with her crank shaft broken.
The New Orleans steamers seem to fare
rather roughly this fall at the hands of old
both four-legged and two legged, have had a
hard lime this week, in the lower portion of
the city, the high tides flooding hundreds of
cellule. inundating alike bad rnmshops, low
gin-mills, fruit cellars, underground bagnios,
potatoe bins, and subterranean bazaars—moat
unceremoniously driving out the inmates.
A few ' hiuamen were in ecstacies, and gath
eied dead rats enough to keep them iu pies
an.ontii- "v. <_ ■
lias fairly commenced agaiu, after a suspen
sion of lour years. The “fancy soldiering”
of this metropolis' comes under two heads,
, e., the amount of fancy parades of the mili
tia regiments, which number about half a
(jostn, exclusive of those of actual drill and
discipline, and which fancy parades are per
l.iimeil to gratify the Vanity of the ancient
viz.: the loss-and-feather Major General
commanding the First Division. These par
ades are generally skeleton affairs, the rank
and file being perfectly willing to respond to
all the requirements of the law, but they do
abhor and detest what i9 here culled a “Sand
ford turnout;” The other kind of fancy sol
diering comes under a general head of “tar
get shoots,” and there are probably some
tiny or sixty semi-military organizations,
who make an annual parade and “targef
shoot,” with the usual accompaniments the
next morning of swelled heads and soda
cocktails. There are shipwright, caulker,
carpenter, painter, blacksmith, a dozen or
so butchers, some half dozen different unpro
nouucable named German, the longshore,
and the Battery Target Companies, ull of
which procure a set of muskets or rifles aud
once or twice a year |*i>p away at a target,
utter which they pop at a big vlinucr, &c.—
Last Monday the “Continentals,” in
the old lime-honored uniform and cocked hat
marched down Broadway with three bass
drums, a half dozen snare drun: sand fifes,
a big American flag, and about thirty young
men who probably never smelt powder ex
cept on just such occasions. They marched
to die target ground, but rode back. If they
did nothing else, they did furnish considera
ble sport by their crooked marchingto excite
the uncontrollable laughter of a half dozen
Persians in blue uniform of ebony liue, who
were just mustered out of service.
in this city sometimes amount to considera
ble-more or loss—and to be a prominent
ward politician, i. e.—one who can pour
whisky down his throat like as if said throat
was a rat hole; one who can sling a curse,
a bowie knife, a slung-sbot, or handle a
revolver—who can boast of carrying such a
district of such a ward in his pocket—is real
ly ct great service in this great and civilized
metropolis. An instanco occurred last Sa
turday, which proves this statement—a first
ward politician named Enwirght, notorious
us a bully, threatened the life of the proprie
tor of the Revere House, because he differed
with him in politics, and was about to “wipe
onfsaid proprietor with the contents of a
six shooter, hut the police arrested him just
as he was about to fire. He ba9 been in
quod about two weeks, when “Barney," or,
as he is officially kuown, Judge Barnard,
granted a writ of habeas corpus, and let the
tellow loose on‘the community agaiu. This
is one of the political immities iu
'bis city, and which will contiuue UDtil the
elective judiciary is abolished.
has long been a desideratum among dealers,
who suffer heavily by its being damaged in
many ways. An ingenious mau hereabouts
bas invented a porccss, a patent for which has
wen applied lor, by which damaged cotton
f an be thoroughly cleansed and rejuvenat
<d without damaging its strength or texture.
* be prooess has Been thoroughly tested and
round to be all it is represented. This will
w' ot incalculable advantage to manufactur
es factors, shippers, and all dealers in this
aniele. At a recent fire iu Bridge street in
ms city Bnme nine thousand bales were bad
>' damaged by fire, smoke and fvater, and
•be system of eleansiag wliat was saved from
be flames consisted of spreading it on the
grass on the Battery to dry, where dogs,
drunkards aud strumpets revelled o’nights in
, ‘"'(cy and charred heaps. It was after
piled up some twenty feet high by oue
'om red feet square, then compressed and
"baled, the speculators, who bought it of
m insurance companies realizing an im
mense profit by their -enterprise. Had this
> w process heeu applied to Ibis immense
would even further have enhanced its
i *,*• *do not know who is the inventor,
his 10 111081 Certainly lias a fortune within
Railroad Oars for India.
formerly uearly all tbo fitroetrailroad car*"
ere built at Troy, tbe coach mnnufaclurers
‘ ‘hi* city confining tbeir attention to wbat
c cull "stages," better known iu other cities
But since tbe salt) of a largo
nil. 1 *.. r °* ltlu 'alter to tbo railroad nmipu
ti.Jm* '“"b'lfaciurera In Now York fimliug
in.. slipping away from them,
roii.i . l “" r “Rmulou to ibu building of rall
* Tory la>K u portion
, . . “'""bess It done on Maiiualtau Is
tv nil i * 4w 11 few days ago, ala laclo
r IMiiWu, anew aud remarkably liaud
,tw''‘•“•fluid loi a street railroad luCal
‘ , »*'• decorations were lar ahead of
i,mill. fiavu ou our I borough larea,
fine paintings Kugllsb lullerllig
„ . **'oUoo bi'iroglyptilos It Minns likely In
-a lit lire indies I plosuuie
Siess * 1111mwr “ 1,, “ * *t*lv or pro
Ttie Jtetbr Mnslnsss
it Do'IHV' 5* P'oepwous a* present I have
persons engaged In ins wanulauuie
<-r jewelry, silver ware, etc., that soon after
the war broke out, tbeir business fell off sev
eral hundred per cent., in faet to such an ex
tent that closing up was seriously meditated.
The number of hands employed was reduced
in the proportion of twenty-five to three, or
tour, and even the three or four had hardly
enough to do. The employers however held
on, aDd by the spring of 1863 they were able
to take back about half their hands, while iu
1864, as many were employed as before the
war, aDd this year each and all ot thetfeanu
faeturers have employed more men than ever.
The sale is really enormous. Every estab
lishment has apparently all the orders it can
fill, and there is no abatement iu the demand,
we are living at a Rightfully rapid rate, and
some of these days there will have to be re
trenchment, or the panic of '57 will be once
more at our doors.
has arisen in the Quaker Family. The
“orthodox ’ branch of the society are moving
in the matter ot establishing “Sunday Schools
in connection with their meeting bouses in
various parts of tne country. The Hicksiies
who look with holy horror upon the back
•lidings ot their “orthodox” neighbors have
held a convention and denounce the latter as
apostates from the principles of William Penn
“who were anxious to destroy the whole
sect by following the wicked practices ot the
world, and especially of the Presbyterian
portion of it. They charge that the orthodox
huVe taken to wearing “Parisian hats,” and
“loves of bonnets” and are in tact, fast merg
ing into tbe various evangelical churches.—
During the debate in the Hicksite Conven
tion an aged Quaker lady rose aud said sbe
just bad a revelation. “She felt assured that
Satan was working in tbe hearts of the men
wbo wanted to establish Sunday Schools in
their denomination, in- order to destroy the
light which their society was sbeddiug on
the dark world—a light far greater than the
sun or moon." From other addiesses
made, there is no doubt that the Sunday
School movement will create a schism among
tbe Quakers. Whichever party carries its
point, it is to be hoped what are called the
“progressives” will be frowned down, for
there is entirely too much socialism about
them. They bathe publicly without any other
apparel than that in which, they were horn,
and without the least discrimination as to
sex. At least this is the case in one town on
the Hudson,- 1 know their performances
beat the French watering places all hallow.
The Quakers had better get lid of these “pro
gressives” before rnakiug year on Sunday
College in tlic North.
I notice an article in the last issue of the
National Quarterly Review, containing some
interesting returns on the condition of Col
leges and Universities in the North. It ap
pears that the editor has not allowed himself
to be influenced by the prejudice which ex
ists in favor of names, but censures Colum
bia and Harvard quite as freely as any of the
one-horse institutions which abound. This
gives the article the semblance of verity, and
1 am, therefore, more inclined to accept the
views of the writer. It has been a long es
tablished but very un-Aincncau idea that a
college must wait for a huudrcd years or so
ere it can preseut a substantial claim on the
confidence of tbe people, uo matter what
may have been its character in the meantime.
This notion the National Quarterly success
fully combats by advancing and substantiat
ing the claim of institutions comparatively
new, and proving their superiority over
more pretentious compeers. As the matier
may be of some interest to those contemplat
ing a jNortheru education for tbeir children,
I will present an extract on the condi
tion of a college near New York,
under the direction of the Christian Brothers,
whicli according to the reviewer, is fast as
suming a prominent rank among the fore
most institutions of the laud. Speaking of
an inspection, the reviewer made to teat the
character of the place, he continues—“ Still
more agreesbly surprised were the test
judges at the fluency with which some
twelve or litteen students coflversed together
in Latin on various subjects, aDd promptly
answered any who addressed them iu tliaj
language. This is one of the peculiar fea
tures ot Manhattan College, considered as an
American institution. Iu other American
Colleges, iuueed, some Latin phrases are oc
casionally spoken, certain subjects are some
times discussed also in Latin, but only such as
are committed to memory for the occasion.
But vve believe Manhattan College is the on
ly institution in this country whose students
are ready to converse in Latin on any sub
ject which may be proposed to them. In
credible as it may seem to those wbo bave
not witnessed the examination, ihe stu
dents at Manhattan College can turn
from elaboiate and accurate demonstrations
in geometry, trigonometi v or even differential
calculus to reading tbe Hyssey of Homer or
tbe Satires of Juvenal with a facility and
confidence which many other students could
not display ia turning from one book iu the
vernacular to another. Among the learned
men whom we observed near the platform
were Professors of the University of New
York, Columbia College and the Free Aca
demy—gentlemen who seemed to vie with
each other in their appreciation of the highly
creditable manner iu which most of the stu
dents passed through the severe ordeal to
which they were subjected by their Profes
sors and such visitois as choose to take part
in the examination on being invited to do so
by tbe President-
Fiohtino a Garrotbr With a Carpkt Bao.
—A Boston paper says: “On Friday night of
last week a gentleman arriving from Worces
cester, in tbe miduigbt train, started to walk
home from tbe depot through Beach, Oxford
and Essex streets. As be was passlug through
Oxford street, he observed a man start out
from a corner and walk in front of him upon
tbe outside of the walk. He was attentive
ly regarding this movement when a second
man sprang out from n dark place upon the
inside of the walk, and commg up behind
him, aimed a*blow at bis neck with his fist
and arm. Tbe gentleman dodged, receiving
the whole force of the rogue’s fist upon the
back ot bis head, and IheD whirling rouud
quickly, brought the rascal a severe thwack
across the face with a heavy carpet bag, the
binges of which evidently made a good im
press Mi. The other rogue was kept at bay
wiih the carpet bag, aud speedily took to bis
lincls iu company with his fellow, while their
intended victim traveled the other way as
fast as his legs would carry him, having ex
perienced no other damage than the bump
upon bis head and the loss of hi» bat, which
lie subsequently returned aud regaiued.”
—Among other ingenious coutivAnccs for
defrauding tho revenue on the Canadian
frouticr tin babies whicli are filled with
liquor and then to dressed us almost to defy
Wild Gams im Viuoisia.—The Virginia
papers are talking about the deer burning
now going on very successfully Iu ibu mouu
laius of ibeßliuusudoah Valley One party In
eight days, killed twenty six deer; and uu
other party of tweuty six hunters and thirty
four doga secured In the North Mountain In
oue week, tweuty eight deer, a wild csl aud
some turkey* end pbuasanu
i T»»s l'»* or a t 'oeea Orpheus C Kerr
lllustrshMi Uti* lugeuMpily. (ly uilsplaemg s
t'.uniits, Its completely übeugr* tue seuse of
the tforlplursl passage, ’The wkked Use
] when uo iwm pursueilt, but the righteous Is
' hold e» a lionmaking It ru«d, “The
wicked Am, whew no u*u puisuuU. hut Ihe
righteous, Is IwU as • [ion ' Can s«t thing
he wore rldfiufou* t
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1865.
A Story about the Assass.n Booth— The
Washington correspondent*of the Cincinnati
Commercial says he was told the following
sldry by an amateur dramatist, who knew J.
Wilkes Booth long and intimately :
“About four hours before tbe murder of
tbe President," said Mr. to me, “I met
Booth near tbe Metropolitan Hotel. I took
him one side to speak U>kim, and found
him as calm, cool and collected as ever I had
known him in my life. I told him I bad a
play that I wanted to put ou tbe stage, aud
that Grover bad agreed to put it on it I would
get someone to play tbe leading character.—
‘You can study it in a lew hours,’ said I,
‘and I'll divide the profits with you> Booth
stroked his chin, appeared to think a moment,
and replied : T have quit the stage—for the
present, at least. lam iu the oil business
now, and I don’t want to give that up till I
make something at it.” JOh,” said I, ‘you
might do this for me, just to start it for me.
It will only take you a week, and then you
can go back to tbe oil business again.’ He
hesitated as if to conider the subject, and
then inquired tbe nature of the play. I told
him the leading incident iu It was an attempt
to escape from Castle Thunder, and that
there was a little love and a little war mixed
up in it,’ At this he became suddenly angry.
‘Damn it,’ said lip, ‘you ought to be iu better
busiuess than seeking to inflame the passions
of (Lie non hern people against tbe South. Os
course, if it’s played here, tbe North will
have to be tbe hero. 1 won’t have anything
to do with it.’ I then tried to soothe him. as
he appeared to become very indignant at
me, all in a sudden. I told him we needn’t
quarrel about sncli a thing, and asked him
to come to tbe Metropolitan aud take a drink
with me. But be declined. He said that be
bad an engagement that be must fill right
away, and he started up the avenue, as it
appears from the evidence since taken, to
Mrs. Surratt’s to complete the arrangements
for tbe murder of Lincoln and the Cabinet.”
—Biele’s comet is now visible to ihe naked
FOR SALK A TO KENT.
ONFa half interest in one of (he bust Wholesale and
Retail Groceries and Liquor Stores in Savannah.
Alddresa P. O. Lock Box 21, Savannah, Ga. da 3
A THREE Story Brick Store on Bay street, west of
Bamard, with 60 feet of wharf attached. It has
larfre storage room.
dO-tw BRYaN, HARTRTDGE A CO.
Cm OP SAVANNAH COUPONS, in same to
FORDYCE. ANDERSON A JANNEY,
dfl-tf No iu Stoddard 's Ranee.
A LARGE STORE well adapted to the Dry Goods
or Boot and Shoe trade.
For particulars enquire at 169 Congress st.
For Lease or Rent,
or; ACRES of good Farm Land, two miles from the
Court House. Apply to
n2B*tf Jefferson and Broughton streets.
A GOOD Watchmaker can obtain and
profitable employment by enquiring of
HA. TO PHAM,
d9-l w 13S Congress street.
A PARTNER, with a cash capital of fIO.OOO to
$20,000, is wanted In a well established business;
must bo well acquainted in Georgin, Florida and South
Carolina. Address 8. 8., Lock Box 63, Savannah.
A YOUNG MAN, capable of taking care of a set of
books iu a commission and general business,
who can come well recommended. Address Box 40,
Post Office, Savannah. m d5-tf
FOR E. H. S.—-°>6 bbls Flour
20 hall bbls Flour
9 bbls Crackers
6 bbls Apples
5 bbls Eggs
Q & W—loo tubs Lard.
If not called for will be sold for freight and expenses.
oct‘23 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
GEORGIA and South Carolina Bank Bills
Albany and Gulf Railroad Stock
Central Railroad Stock
Coupons Albany and Gulf Railroad
Coupons City of Savannah
FORDYCE, ANDEHSOV & JANNEY,
d2-tf Bay at., No. 10 Stoddard’s Range.
A MONTH! Agents wasted wanted for tix
♦PtM/ entirely new article*, inst out. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Building, Biddelord, Maine.
C A DAY! Agents wanted to sell anew and
wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW & CLARK, Bid
deford. Maine. sep!4-d&w3m
4 -Ji i A BUSHELS Prime White Corn
JLOUU 2000 bushels Prime White Oats •
n8 N. A. HARDEE A CO.
Exporting and Importing
THIS association Is prepared to make advances in
currency "f Gold on of Cotton,
Naval Stores, Lumber, Sc., to their in Liver
Orders solicited for goods (Tom merchants and plan*
ters. Tbe strictest attention will he paid to all orders
however small, for Roods ffom Knplaud, France or
Germany. Oar Savannah and Charleston Agents,
being .darted, make no charge for forwarding oitlier
.way and will famish circular of details.
R. F FLOYD, President,
Aocnts:—K. T. Paine. Liverpool, Knglsnd: I(. E.
Screven, Charleston, 8. O.t Henry Bryan, Savannah,
Ga. amos sepia
PERUVIAN end Hwan Island Guanos. Hufiernhos
pbates, mid tbs liru'Ti Cohienlrsled Fertiliser,
are uttered to Ho Trade at ilia l»«n.t » holism,- prices,
by GKO K WIIITK A LG , 66 CIKI kliest, New Volk.
% LAND AUEFcY
mill sir liter I bar, formerly of ssvsnnth. sud It.'.lent
I al gts< kslissr, Pirns manly, Ot .on lb* Allan
Ur A Gull Malirorut, Will Rite bis pertolibi stuTundl
tided stlcntnw tu lbs salt aM j uitbaas id lands
uiuiUuoiis lolbs aaid rsiiMwTon mn.mis.ion, and
toll'll* Ibr pelronSbUt ail neeg'n* tu uwl ttasie
As einciuni* Inok Wat. bunion snijiushtt i,«sr
best id laebiy toe*. In fle«d|ps slid MntiUi i ami,ns.
rust Miles* skiff UOI'K sluts. He »|)| bt r.nr*
Lnl.dln Mttslwh ' • ir Tism, llry.n, smf in It. *
ViMh b, tfctf IJ»> U'l't 91
I Mlw •« fit*) y|MlilM li Sftvtfc ujt
I s•*s*! • lit
A Memorandum Boot containing papers. A sulfa
able reward wUI lie paid for recovery o! the same
by J. T. THOMAS,
<l9-2 at Insurance Office, No. 11T Bay st.
General Commission and For*
Corner West Brant and Bay SUcrtf,
THU undersigned have tills day entered into a Co
partnership under the name and style of McKee,
Bennett A Cos„ at McKee if Bennett's old stand.
Wilt keep constantly on hand a flue assortment of
Carriages, Breus. Rock*ways. Buggies. Harness aud
Coach material ot every description, which we will
sell at the Lowest Cash Prices. All work sold war
ranted as represented. We have fine Store Rooms,
aud forwarding will be promptly attended to. Con
Will open by Ist January Manufacturing aud Re
pairing Department, and will have experienced
workmen and choice material and be prepared to do
any auionut of Carriage repairing.
McKBK, BENNETT A CO .
IJ. G. McKee. I
. L. S. Bksnvtt. V
Jura McKkk j and»
Seed Oats, Refined Kerosene Oil
Three thousand bushels fine seed Oats,
Fifty caesirefined K> ro-one Oil.
Twenty cases Lamps ; ail descriptions.
One thousand sacks Ltveipool Sait.
Ten lihds Hue Sides aud sitouldeys.
Fifty boxes adamantiue Candles.
One hundred boxes best family Soap.
Twenty-five boxes Oswego starch,
live bbls. Sugar House Syrup; choicest article la
Two tierces Brideport Hams.
One thousand bags Shot, numbers suitable for
the market. For sale by
dec»-3t EDWIN E. HERTZ A CO.
ABOUT 100 tons heavy Stone Ballast, for ship Her
ald, at the Upper Cotton Press, lor sale bv
<l9 4 CHARLES GREEN & SON.
With Wilder's Patent Ptni'der and Burular-proof
80. WILDER A CO., Patentee, and Manufactnr
• er» o( the beet fire-proof Sare in the world
J wcllers' and Bankers' Safes make to order, liued
with hardeued steel.
House and Plate Safes.
To this celebrated Safe was awarded the gold medal
at the World's Pair, in London, 1861.
Notio* —This celebrated fire-proof Safe is no longer
made and sold by Silas C. Herring, his license to make
and sell them haring expired.
Lists Containing prices and full description of differ
ent siseß and styles of Safe, can be had on application
to the agent ,or the State, at Savannah, or any of the
Agents wanted iu every city and town of the State.
For particulars, address the undersigned.
We have constantly on hand a good assortment, for
sale at manufacturers' New Yolk prices.
CUNNINGHAM, PURSE & CO,
Sole Agents fortho State of Georgia,
nlli-lm Savannah. Gn.
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS and Dealers in Builder*' and
Locksmiths’ Hardware. Nails, Pollies, Cord, Rim
Locks and Knobs, Butt Hinges, Brass and Iron Keys
aud Castings, Gong Bells, Wire, Silver-Plating, Sc.
All ordere, large or small, fhrnisbed promptly at 10
per cent, less than market prices.
THE undersigned promises to cure
in all its worst forms without the use of medicine—
Please send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for
postage. Address J. M. RUSSELL,
oct!0-3m Boston. Mass.
ENOCH MORGAN'S .SON'S
No. 211 Washington-St.,
sepia NEW YORK 3m
SAVANNAH, Nov. 16th, 1566.
Daring my absence from the city or State Mr. C. H.
Bntler is my duly authorized agent.
n!7 C. W. THOMPSON
THE BINCHAM SCHOOL,
MEBANEVILLE, N. C.
THE next session begins March 71b. 1866, and con
tinaes forty weeks, offering to the people of the
East and South the • dvantages of a Summer School
with a Winter vac all* i. For terms, address
dl-lm Mebaneville, N. C.
ALL persons having demands againut the estate of
Edward G. Wilson, deceased, of Chatham c ounty,
arc respectfully requested to hand them in properly au
thenticated ; and all persons indebted to said estats
are requested to make Immediate payment to
~ ANAIS WILSON,'
Magazines for December.
Mad. Demorest's Mlrro r ol Fashions
At ESTILL'S NEWS DEPOT,
n2T-tf Bull street, back of P, 0,
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
MANUFACTURE Iron Steamboats Steam Engines,
Boilers, Machinery for Saw Mills, Ac. Having
had Jong experience in business and being provided
with very extensive facilities for doing work of this
class, are prepared to exeente orders with despatch,
CONSIGNEES or owner* of goods per steamship
Cha-c, on voyage from New York, October 21st,
D-6S, will please present copies of invoices; also,
clxims for short deliveries and deductions for damage,
II any, to the undersigned, «n oi before the 16th (lay
of IH-oemhcr next, for the purpose of making the ad
justment of the general average.
HUNTER & GAMMELL.
t?r Macon Tol.'gmgh, Augusta Constitutionalist
and Atlanta Intelligencer, please copy and send hill to
TYUWE, WHITNEY A CO. have removed from
IV No. 202 Bay street to No. 4 Harris Buildings,
Buy struct. <l6- 1 w
FOR SALE LOW,
to btlTtU Plum
t bsiVl* Mstksrsl
tv bito jfipkar*!
Ml burr* rte-ra*
|u hoist < la* li**
211 boir* 111 ri'ttf
16 barrel. Furl
111 barrel* Brown buyer
16 buias Bio | is»t Ou#W, frun«4
* 16 toi*6* Mb*.
> M 4
f U M 4H(
I #•» t| o*l «l, Mml Atw#***.
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIPS ARIADNE AND LEO,
B 1 C. ORFF,
Southern Palace Dry Goods House
A NEW AND ELEGANT LOT OF DRESS TRIMMINGS,
CLOAK ORNAMENTS, BY THE SET,
SILK BALL BUTTONS,
VELVET BALL BUTTONS,
SUPERB LYONS VELVET,
A LARGE LOT OF ELEGANT CLOAKS,
A FINE LOT OF MELANGES, BLACK AND WHITE CHECKS,
GENT’S SCARFS, MAGNIFICENT STYLES
NEW FRENCH MERINOS,
A FtJLL STOCK OF CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
All just opened, with an immense stock of FANcV AND COLORED SILKS and other
FOR PLANTATION WSU-DAKK AND LIGHT KERSEYS, GEORGIA
PLAINS, GEORGIA JEANS, OSNABURGS AND BROWN.
Homespuns by the Yard, Piece or Bale.
er AGENT FOR BRADLEY’S ELLIPTIC HOOP SKIRT.
Southern 3?alace Dry Groods House
111 & 113 CONGRESS ST.,
nll-tf . Opposite Ihe Palaski House.
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
ifcc., &C., &P..
Rematjkably Cheap for Cash,
CAN BE FOUND AT
A.. Rosohor c to Co’s.,
13 BARNARD STREET, COR. CONGRESS LANE,
Comprising a general Assortment of Foreign end
Domestic Gauds, Cio&kq, Shawls, Ac.
N. B.—By strict attention to business, courteous
and honorable dealing with our custodiers, we trust
to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
A large line ot White Goods and Linena now open.,
octl9 '* ~ .
Blankets 1 Flannels
CLOTHS AND CABSIMERES
BLEACHED AND BROWN SHIRTINGS
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS
FRENCH MERINOES AND ALAPACAS.
Received and (or sale cheap by
oct2S 174 Broughton street.
174 Broughton Street. 174
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, the newest styles,
INDIES' DRESS GOODS,
WORSTED SHAWLS AND HOODS,
COUNTERPANES, HOSIERY, Ac.
Just received and for sale at the lowest prices by
,oct2S H. HAYM.
LADIES' Clotb Cloaks, a flue assortment, just re
ceived by steamer.
Q9g-tf EINSTFIN A BCKMAN.
TUST opened s large assortment of Zephyr Worsted
tl Shawls, Sontags. Closka and Hoods, Children'
Caps, Boot* and Gaiters.
Also, Irish Linens. Table Damask. Linen Towels,
Table Napkins and Doylea. aud a variety of Fancy Ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
All of whidi we offer at very low prices.
. EINSTEIN A ECKMAN,
noy3-tr 161 Congress Street
Notice to Consignees.
RECEIVERS of Freight per Atlantic Coast Mail
Steamship Line from New York, will please take
rruni their draymen, a-duplicato ticket which wiU be
sent with every loud, and see That the goods corres
pond with tire tickets. Hereafter no claims for lost
goods will be allowed unless presented within twen
ty-four hours after discharge of cargo, aud all goods
placed 111 store will be at the risk aud expense or the
d6-C JOHN It, WILDER, Agent.
fi.’j Cooes 1 lb. Cannlstsrs Haaard'sK. R. Powder.
In do 16 lb. do do do
SOU Bug* Assorted Drop und Buck Hbot
Fur sale by
HILTON fc KANBKI.I.
163 Bay Hireui
J. C. KOCH,
Mo flft lls*sili iiiiii» Nl
t'uruvr us WlUUfli.
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MrtiL ruiffi, ri4Ui». IffMifm, 4*
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AT IIoBA'IIO I'l l • II M( it,
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EINSTEIN & ECKHAN,
No. 151 Congress St. Savannah Ga.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
HAVING Juat received and opened a very large
and •eleet 'Stock of Fancy Dress Goods, House-
Keeping add Domestic Goods, Blankets, Cloaks and
Shawls, Also Hats, Boots aud Shoes.
And ail articles usually found in a first c ass
Dry Goods House, we would most respectfully Invite
onr former friends and enstomers; also Merchants
and Planters visiting the < ity, to call and examine our
stock before purchusing elsewhere.
EINSTEIN & ECKMAN,
novff-tf 161 Congress Street, Savannah, Ga.
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING
McKenna’s Old Stand,
8,000 YARDS BEST CALICOES, 30 cents
6,000 YARDS BEST FIGURED Du-
LAINES, 35 and 40 cents—worth
„ 50 cents.
2,000 YARDS GOOD CALICOES, at 25
6,000 YARDS POPLINS and MOHAIRS,
at 75 and 80 cents—worth sl.
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF
Woolen Shawls, Nubias, Breafast
and Long Shawls.
Beat Brands of
White Sheetings at Reduced
KENNEY A OBRIEN,
St. Andrew’s Hall.
ffMIH Halt will be rto'.sd Sir Balia, Cnuiwrta, Ac.,
1 •> Apply to Mr May*i, under Urn Hall, ur to
r |'MK Him l if l.alpa he bedel. * lie kin •§. die
1 stored utt Om tat mat t.y ilia withdrawal M
laaai D f atb>i he The Went. •» Mill be • itiiitovd
uudei the name ul oadru a I u>alee, at the mJ
•••Mil i mnei hi, slid itaipaid etn • I* J ft (jtlfoeita
letalulu* ah utfoe with Ua h* |to> pm at id
PRICE. 5 CENTS
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
B. F. STEVENS, President.
Phillip., Wm. & Reynolds.
Charlea Hubbard. Jaruea 8. Amory,
JOSH. M. UIBBENB, Secretary.
Cash Assets, $3,000,000
Last Cash Returns, $750,000
FORTY PER CENT. PAID TO ALL INSURED.
Tbia Company, eatabilabed In Boaton, Maaa , In
1843, la the oldest and moat reliable wholly Mutual
Life Insurance Company in the United Statea, and has
been uniformly ancceasfui, having always made large
return. In uaeh to sll the policy holders. Last cash
dividend 40 per cent.
By the lust report of the Insurance Commissioners,
•the surplus of assets over itabitities was proportionate
ly greater than any Llfo Insurance Company in the
This Company being purely mutual, insures at the
lowest possible rates ; and if the premium paid ex
Cecil the .ctual coat, the aurplua la returned to the
Every fifth year, at the time of declaring the returns
ttie tmeiness ie, as it were, closed, so that its actual
position and .olvency are made manifeet at that time;
and the Hurplue fundi are divided pro rata among ah
tho Insured. This guards the assured against any
possible loss from inefficiency on the part of the Com
pany, and is a sure guaranty as regards the Intare.
Parties at a distance may Insure from blanks,
which will be supplied and forwarded free of expense
Printed documents of an interesting character,
showing the benefits of the mutual plan and the ad
vantages generally oi life Insurance that this company
hash)offer, supplied gratis, or forwarded.
General Agent for Georgia and Florida,
***“ tf B 9 Bay street, Savannah, Ga.
.Ritual Insurance Company of New*YoricJt!y UC
„ CHARLES GREEN A SON,
d5 y No - 12 Stoddard’ Eaatern Range, Bay st.
FIRE AND MARINE
. Insurance Agency.
SECURITY INSURACE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus f1,600,000
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus $1,600,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus $1,200,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO-
Capital and Surplus $900,000
Riaks taken in the above highly responsible Com.
paujes 0.1 buildings and merchandise of all deacrlp-
Hsk? Apply t<I t>We,t rate * Corre *p° u<lln 2 with the
u»-3m No. 12Stoddard's Range, Bay^t'reet.
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS.
„ "H 1 ” J"** 1 begs leave to inform the Insnring
public that be has been legally appointed Agent for
the above named Company, and is ready to take Ms*
rine. River and Fire Risks at customary rates.
__ _ _ O. C. MYEIW, Agent,
Office Hunter & GammeU, 84 Bay street.
Inferences— Octavus Cohen, Hunter k Gammeli,
icrwin <k Hardee. 6m oct£B
JUST received, invoice Scotch and Hacabov Snuff,
and for sale by
~ ## M J. SOLOMONS A 00.,
nl Jones’ Buildings, Bay street.
A NEAT and commodious Cottage Dwelling, with
brick outhouses attached, will be sold If annllni
for immediately, situated In RobertsvUle, on Roberta
street. Price, $3,000. Apply to mwmtta
Z. M. WINKLER,
~ - 41 Henry Wayne's Stable^
-gff.-y West Broad atreet,
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND GENERAL
*** Dock Street, Phlladelßlita p.
m.gdsr AU ORDKR9 * Bnt •».
State and County Tax Col
mHE Subscriber ia a Candidate for m piffHrwi .n.i
u * e sWflffaajs
oh,:io SEABORN GOODALL
ALSO, a fine aa«ortm«m of Bilk, Wool and Back
skin Glows aud Guuutleto. Just openedat
EINSTKIN A ECKMAN,
p63-tl m congress stmt
TWO montlis aflor date appllcallsn will hr made
t the OOort of Ordinary of Chjtaam county for
Wave " toll all ibu real wist# of JaiM* Bllb»4 d«-
csas.tofiar lb# purfai**' of msirihatton t
iqwtm ; Iwflnlatrator
NEW BOOK STORE. "
rifllk subsuito' win* IhCSLH*> tuie,| by 111 fwfillk
I fit.ru lli» •"!** dulhM of tfi. Ministry bo*. Willi
UM lull «fi#re«*l '•< ill* insfiiip Ul lbs in.., ret,
SrINIU * '■toe- « « i'bauiujuel and
asilsr. s I**6 to now upsiiliig a carehillf wlfffiil ibuck
i.u toe uuiusi ul Mult a till U*i« *if**i* ■j'auU u s
its usiri.nafis us th* psupls of kawanak YlSfiuai
, *l, I lassii.i, fklusii, tail Mtousliaiwuoa mmm.
iiiuis ksui ua haita,
rirdreo roaoivsii fi t *as wcis AMtatkM wf foil*
|isim* ‘to w • THu» J WtAiSfi
j $ t-.iiiM'tik
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1 r baud »M ‘W'ift Iu Mfdsf, fit Iks ah4ire4
rad***, fit in,