THE ~ SAVANNAH * DAILY HERALD-
VOL. FriNO. m.
The Savannah Daily Herald
(MOWING AND EVENING) .
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AT 111 Bat ftlOUl, SAVANNAH, QkoWU.
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fVom WA 8 H INC TON.
OFFICIALLY DECLARED VALID.
CON GKK SSI ON AG,PKOCEEDIN OS.
Washington, Dec." LBw—The Secretory et
gtste officially declare* the Constitutional
Amendment Irhlch has now been ratified by
three the States, to be valid tool 1
intents anapfaf p oses, as a part of tbe Con
stitution of the United States.
Washington, Dec. 18.—Senator Wilson of
fered a resolution providing for the
ment of an examining board to relieve
officers of the regular army, who stave not
rendered material service id the late war,
and fill their places by appointments ftom
the Veteran Reserves and volunteer forces.
* A resolution was offered that Congress
listen on the 12th of February to an address
Iromßon. E. M. Stanton on the late Mr.
Lincoln, the President, the Cabinet and For
eign Ministers, and the officers of the Army
and Navy, who have received the thanks of
The credentials of James W. Johnson,
member elect from the Third District of Ala
bama, were presented and referred to the
Commitiee on Reconstruction.
Mr. Price, of lowa, offered a preamble and
resolution, in substance as follows : Whereas
au attempt may come in some shape to re
pudiate the national debt, and assume the
rebel debt; therefore,
Resolved, That no representative from any
State be hereafter admitted until an amend
ment is made to the Constitution precluding
such a result.
The resolution was referred to the Com
mittee on Reconstruction.
Mr. Moulton offered a resolution calling
upon the President to inform the House why
Jefferson Davis had not been brought to trial
for treason. ■ m
A resolution was passed declaring that the.
test oath will not be dispensed with.
The House went into a Committee on tbe
Mr. Stevens made a sjHech, the point of
which was to give the blacks tbe rights
claimed for them by tbe Declaration of Inde
pendence, and place tbe Southern States in
the condition of Territories, with a view to
their subsequent admission as free States.
NEW YORK MARKET.
New York, Dec. 18,—The cotton market
is dull. Sales of the day, 1,400 bales, at 49a
ARRIVAL FROM EUROPE.
LIVERPOOL DATES OP THE 10TH.
Halifax, Dec. 18.—'The steamship Cuba,
with Liverpool dates of the 10th has arrived.
The King of Belgium is dead.
At the American banquet in Paris on
Thanksgiving Day, Minister Bieelow express
ed very pacific sentiments. General Scho
field, who was also present, proposed as a
toast—“ Friendship between France and the
The Sfienadoab, which sailed from Liver
pool for New York on the 21st, put back on
the 6th, on account of a heavy gale.
O'Leary, the Fenian, has been found guil
ty and. sentenced to twenty years penal ser
Liverpool, Dec. B.— The cotton market
closed quiet and steady. Sales on Friday,
7,000 bales. Sales of the week, 9*,000 bales
on speculation and export.
Middling Orleans, 21 l-2d.
The market has advanced l-4al-2d on the
week, closing steady.
Breadstuffs quiet. Provissins quiet.
The sales of cotton on Saturday were 6,000
bales. The market is easier and prices un
Consols 87 l-Baß7 5-16(1.
U. S. Five-Twenties 63 l-4a64.
THE FENIAN IMUHOgLiO.
The deposition of Mr. O'Mabony as Presi
dent of the Fenian organization in this coun
try by the senatorial branch of the Irish
Congress, has provoked a terrible quarrel
between the two irratited factions. •»
The deposed gentleman was tried and con
demned lor official malfeasance and was suc
ceeded by Mr. Roberts, who was voted by
bis nine colleagues into his new position. The
‘wo cliques headed, respectively, by O'M*-
bony and Roberts, are detaining and attack
log each other with extraordinary vigor.
We should Judge from these developments,
tbsi the organization must be a very strong
° Uv > for, while they are making preparations
1,1 heard the Lion of Kogland, they have
siftugib and leisure tor no little squabUing
**<*€ themselves. First the great Head
Centre, O Maitony, puts tits brand upon n
wiaiber <4 the member* in nil parts of tbs
country, aud suspends w espels them lor
***Lly. Hardly bed the news of bln eniiou
"■*• tied us before it was ewtouuoed tbet lb#
b>«i| i suits blmeell bed been traveling
beyond tbs record, end bee bees In turn el
' “"ooueteeted M aliagud oriwinel flotation
* b* Mew Vmb Herald tletrsdso tber lb# only
person who can settle these damaging diffi
culties is ilr. James Stephens, the Chief Ex
ecutive of tbe Irish rebels, whose miraculous
escape fsom a Dublin prison has so puzzled
the English and delighted tit FeniaQS. It is
belwjed by his American friends that he has
crimed over from Ireland to Paris, and Is
expected in this country by every steamer.
If tbevPenians are in earnest in the propo
sition to fight? aidfEngiand, they will do well
tQ husband all their strength and not indulge
so extensively in quarrels and bickerings in
advance of the great day of trial. _ „
The fcew President, Mr. Roberts, delivered
his inaugural’ on 13th inst., after which
a Senate delegation visited ex-President
O’Mahoney’s head quarters, and formally de
manded the books, papers and funds of the
Society, but tbe gentlemen were conducted
back to the outer door.
the treasury report.
The plan proposed by the Secretary of the
Treasury for the redemption of tbe public
debt is perhaps the only qije. that gives pro
mise of success, if not tbe only-one that is
practicable. It is intended tdjeffect two ob
jects : To meet any deficiency in tbe Treasu
ry in payment of the past-due and maturing
obligations of Government, and to contract
gradually tbe too large volume of the paper
currency-.- It happens that the policy recom
mended, that of funding, coincides with' both
public and private interest. - Unless Govern
ment bonds are cautiously placed on the mao
ket, their value will depreciate, and unless
the excess of circulating medinm Is reduced
in the most gradual manner, the fall of prices
will involve much pecuniary embarrassment,
and, perhaps, end in collapse, if not panic. ‘
By the statement of the public debt on the
Ist of October, besides the compound-inter
est notes, the U. S. notes, and the fractional
The past-due debt amounted to *1,878,92 09
The debt due iu 1865 and 1806 wiU
amount to.. ; 187,649,646 46
Tbe debt due In 1867 and 1868 to 848,223,001 80
Os the debt falling due in 186 T and 1868,
$880,000,000 consists of 7.30 notes. Mr.
McCullock thinks that it would be prema
ture to fund any considerable amount of
these notes within the next year. His opin
ion is, that on tbe Ist of July, 1868, tbe debt,
being approximately estimated at three thou
sand millions of dollars, the whole will be
discharged in less than twenty-seven years,
if we lforrow this amount at 5 per cent, per
According to tbe Treasury exhibit there
will be an excess of receipts over expendi
tures at tbe termination of tbe fiscal year 1867
of $111,682, 818 12. Tbe elements of this
calculation are for 1866, as follows:
Balance in Treasury Ist of October,
1865 ... $67,158,156 4*
Receipts from Customs..sloo,ooo.ooo
Receipts from Lands 500,000
Receipts from Internal •
Receipts from Mtecella- . -~
neous sources 80,000,000
A 372,658,515 44
Expenditure according to estimates. 484,833 462 64
Deficiencies i 112,174,947 20
Thejecf-ipta for tbe year ending June 80, 1837, are
eatlmSled as follows : •
'From Customs $100,000,060 00
From Internal Revenue 275,009,000 oo
From Lands.! 1,000,000 00
From miscellaneous sources 20,000,090 oo
The expenditures according to the es
timates will be 284,817,181 88
Leaving a surplus of estimated re
ceipts over expeditures of $111,682,818 12
The receipts from customs in the years
1866 and 1867 may equal, if not exceed, the
estimade made by Mr. McCulloch. In all
probability, if the constitution is amended,
so as to permit a moderate duty on erports,
the duties from customs may exceed the es
timate. There is much more doubt aa regards
the internal revenue. Mr. McCulloch’s plan
of redemption, is founded on two assump
tions, that the debt will not exceed three
thousand millions of dollars, and that be
will be able to fhnd at not more than six per
cent, per annum. Granting both these as
sumptions, it is very doubtful whether he
will be able to realize such a surplus of re
ceipts over expenditures as be anticipates at
tbs commencement of the fiscal year 1868.
The item of internal revenue is stated at a
high figure, two hundred and seventy-five
millions. The reduction of expenditure for
the war department is brought down from
upwards of three hundred and seven millions,
seven hundred thousand dollars, to thirty
nine millions. That so great a reduction can
be made in the expense of the war depart
ment appears to us to be contrary to proba
bility, while the interest on the public debt
is stated at little more than one hundred and
forty-one millions. Now, if the principal of
the debt should not exceed three thousand
millions, at an average of 6 per cent, per an
num, the interest would amount to one hun
dred and eighty millions. But there is every
probability of its exceeding thsMuim. It
will, most certainly, exceed the estimate,
should there be a deficiency, instead of an
excess, at the close ot the fiscal year 1867,
the same as at the close of the year 1866.
There is one view of this subject which
Mr. McCulloch appears to_ have overlooked,
in his scheme of reduction, i. e. the large
amount of taxation. According to his esti
mates there will be received in the year 1867
four hundred millions of dollars in taxes.
Now he has stated, in another part of his Re
port, that the limit of three hundred
millions ought not be exceeded for the ag
gregate of the issues of the National banks
as sufficient for the wants of the country.
How, then, if tbe currency is reduced to this
limit, are tbe taxes to be paid? How is
three hundred millions to bp sufficient
for tbe ordinary wants of the coun
try, and tbe payment, In addition,
of four hundred millions in taxes ?
If there should be a deficiency In 1867 bow
would such deficiency be supplied? Mr.
McCulloch is decidedly averse to any In
crease of tUe Government issues of paper
money as incompatible with his scheme of
resumption in as short a period, as practica
ble. He is equally averse to extending the
legal limit of three hundred millions to tbe
Issues of tbe Jtntionnl bank*, being of opia
ion that this sum is fdlh Kin for (he wants
of the country, sod to preserve its mixed
system of paper and tbe precious metoie ip a
sound condition. Tbe maximum of taxation
will bare been reacted. Tbe only rmoun «
then left, In oas# ol a defldeiioy, will be to
fund, rite effect of which will be So oonlrut
the currency already Insufficient tor tb# i «fdl
nary business of the country, In addition to
lln wHialniUHili Cur tffiiHiioii
TteT*.o„.lu."m from this view Is HMt no
plan of resumption can be sum eeslqj and
uracUcabl* muses devised In rvbrenc* lo ibe
large amount of taxation, which has boon
necessary by It* war
-It# New Vert Hereid perpetrate* tbe
follow tog i "Wanted- A Heed Centre Ins
It* Irish ItepoWu. Wasted—An Irish Ms
poMb fur tbs Mead Centre
SAVANNAH* (GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1865.
11 ■" ■ 1 -■■■ " ■ - - - - - -
The Callu* or tub .-Roll in tan HBUSv
or RKFBssaifTA-rrvcs.—On the assembling of
the House of Representatives o‘s the Thirty
ninth Congress, the galleries were densely
crowded. The calling of the roil of the
members sleet was awaited with most intense
interest At length the House was called tb
order and Mr. McPherson, Clerk, proceed to
call the roll. What followed is thus dev
“While the roll was being called, Mr. May
nard, Tennessee, whose name had .not
been placed on tbe roll, wanted to suggest
something,'but the Clerk -refused to'be in
terrupted. Alter the call was completed,
Mr. Mgynard again rose to speak, but the
Clerk again ruled him out of order.
One hundred and seventy-five members
answered to their names.
Mr. James Brooks, of New Jerk, made a
speech characterizing the omission of the
names of tbe members from Tennessee from
the roll as unprecedented, unjdst and totally
uncalled for. He said that IT Mr. Maynard
was not a'loyal man from a loyal and Union
State, then tbe President of tbe United States
Was not a loyal man, bnt an alien and a
stranger. He charged that the adoption of
resolutions excluding Southern members
from this House, by tbe Republican caucus,
was designed to be antagonistic to theiPresi
dent’s forthcoming message.
The House took no action on the stiblect,
but under the operation of the previous ques
tion,proceeded to the election of a Speaker.”
Report of the Controlleron the Currency
The report of the Horn Freeman Clarke
presents a compact statement of the year’s
work. The document is accompanied by
about 140 pages of statistics, relating mainly
to the condition of the National banks. Since
the last annual report, 283 new banks have
been organized, and 731 State banks c on
verted into National Whole number of Na
tional banks to Nov. 1, is 1,601, of which
#7® were new, and 922’. conversions from
State institutions. Two banks have tailed.
The.result of the conversion has been rather
to diminish than to increase the chculation.
National bank notes in circulation Oct. I,
were $171,321,903 ; State banks, $78,867,576;
legal tender and fractional currency, $704,-
584,658. Including bank notes not issued,
tbe whole amount of tbe national circulation
at that date was $1,083,452,233fr0m which
the Controller makes large deductions in
order to arrive at actual circulation. Na-,
tional bank notes not delivered to banks are
$109,152,945; legal tender held by banks,
$193,094,365; compound interest notes,
mostly held as investments, $121,814,195 ;
currency in the U. S. Treasury, $666,23.440;
altogether, $499,323,097 ; leaving the actual
circulation $460,844,229. *
It is recommended that as the most ef
ficient means to curtail expansion, a system
of compulsory redemption at tbe financial
centers be adopted. The emergency which
required an irredeemable paper currency no
longer existing, resumption of specie pay
ments should ensue at the earliest possib ft
moment. As one step toward it, the tariff
should be so adjusted as to discourage inor
dinate importations ; increasing the tariff as
fold and foreign exchange recede in price,
eternal taxation at tbe same time should be
simplified. In addition to $120,000,400 from
tbe tariff, tbe Controllers estimates are
$100,000,800 on whisky, malt, liquors, and
domestic wines; $15,000,000 on tobacco;
$125,000,000 on cotton ; $16,000,000 from
stamps; $20,000,000 from licences; $lO,-
000,000 from premiums on surplus of gold ;
in the aggregate $405,000,000, a sum proba
bly $100,000,000 in excess of expenses, the
or part of which could go to tbe yearly re
duction of the debt. By restricting the internal
Revenue tax to a few articles the cost of its
collection would be greatly diminished, and
dissatisfaction with the law be abated. The
Controller protests warmly against all
schemes of State taxation of National secu
rities as a violation of public faith, and pro
poses the transfer of the bureau which he
administers from Washington to New York,
as demanded by economy and convenience.
Making Disaster.— Capt. Chichester of
the steamer Washington, from Wilmington,
N. C., reports that on his outward passage,
on Monday, Nov. 27th, discovered a large
ship ashore 85 miles North of Hatteras. She
proved to be the Alcyone, of St. John, N.
8., 57 days from Liverpool, for Baltimore.
Capt. Chichester laid by her 24 hours, and
tried every means to get her off, which,
proving ineffectual, Capt. Leavitt decided to
abandon her, and he and bis crew took pas
sage for Wilmington. On returning passed
the wreck December 4th ; discovered that
the ship bad capsized and was lying on her
beam ends, with masts broken off, and
wreckers at work stripping copper from ber
A soldier recently hunting squirrels, in
Palmira, Micb., shot at one of these animals
with a rifle; missed his mark, and shot, in
stead, bis brother, who was a mile distant,
injuring him severely.
HOODT & BARRETT,
Steam Soap Works,
GLYCERINE, BROWN WINDSOR, VIO
LET, BAR AND TOILET SOAPS
OF EVERY DEBCRIP
MESSRS. Moody S Barrett wonld respectfully an
nounce to the pnbtic tlmt they have Inst opened
|IBAK SOAP WORKS,
and are fully prepared to till all orders lor tbe follow*
lug Bar aud Toilet Soaps;
PALE SOAP, EXTRA No. J,
EXTRA No. 1 RESIN
or YELLOW SOAP,
Also, s large variety of Toliet Soap*, comprising
Mu us!mc trill !*• spared Ur StaSe uni Huspc easel Is
uusHlf. prise end perfume u, aSf S meric Ml dsfuc.
*ii* mlsns tier audioshall lie “wmpw Idem," eas
etisuode »•■*» eusal IS UUeWy aud arid) to Amort so
nr forriau •ueaaauteti, snail U wtarses end reuse*
ms Miunnet pmjuk pair run talu/w amii
MfdfW |44<eeec4 I- Mruipv e MAMMfWT, <# J. 8
rei’li Menilis e u t, wlhrmh*pruMpi
HILTON, A RANDELL
ARE now rtgpivmg and offer lot ante,
3o« box#)' Layer Raisins, whbles, halve* and
quarter* ' « . ■ ftf ■
V 25 canes assorted Jellies, quarts, pirns and half
pint* '* :
50 case* assorted Pickle*, -half gallon, quarts
10 bble English Walnut*
20 boxes choice Almonds
150 Soda, Sugar, Boston and Lemon Crackers
618-6 ‘ AT 193 BAY STREET.
L. 8. HOYT’S
AiMoniated Bone Supec-PhosDtate of
A highly approved fertilizer. Ten years’ trial of it
upon all kinftkof qyops and toils has prtved its
value For sale by - •
dIS-lw DpMCAS A JOHNSTON.
4 Q C HALF bbls No*. 2 and 3 Boston Mackerel
* tu 100 kits Noe. 1, 2 nod 8 do
. For Sale by
HILTON ft RANDELL,
d.lB-6 198 Bay street.
FOB CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Lace Setts of Collars and Sleeves
Lace and Needle-work Collars
Needle-work Setts, new styles
Ladies and Gentlemen’s Linen Handkerchiefs
White Bed Blankets and Quilts
Black All-wool Merino, fine quality
Unen and Cotton Sheetings
\ v Black Cloak Cloths
Ladies fine White Cotton Hose
And m my otner New Good*
For sole very cheap by
618-6 : DrWITT A jROBQAN.
IN barrels and kits, prime quality.
dl3-tf CHAS. L. COLBY ft CO.
THOS. H. AUSTIN,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
No. 95 BAY STREET,
- ter 8TAIBB)
NEW BOOK STORE. "
ffIHE subscriber being Incapacitated by ill health
A from the active duties of the Ministry has, with
the foil approval of the Bishop ot the Diocese, enter
ed into business us a Theological and General Book
seller, and is now opening a carefully selected Stock
on the comer of Bull and State streets. He solicits
the patronage of the people of Savannah. Theologi
cal, Classical, School, and Miscellaneo-is Publica
tions kept on hand.
Orders received for any work, American or Euro
.pean. d6-w-f THOS. 1. STALEY.
NO. 23 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK,
OF every variety, embracing all the different pat
terns of Plows in use to the Southern States, Corn-
Sliellerg, Hay and Stalk-Cutters, Horse-Powers and
Threshing Machines, Fan-Mills, Wheel-Bar. ows; Carts
and Wagons. Cotton Gins, Gin Gear, Plow and other
Castings, Shovels, Forks, Hues, Rakes and Garden and
-Farm Tools ana implement* of every variety.
The choicest Garden and Flower Seeds grown ill this
country or Kuiope, including every desirable kind and
variety. The utmost care taken to have those only
which are choice and reliable. Also, Grass, Field and
Bird Seeds of every variety.
Bone Dust, Animal Manure (a preparation of animal
matter, blood and bone), a good substitute for Guano'
and cheapest manure in use: Phosphate of Lime,
Land Plaster, Guano, Ac.
PLANTS, TREES, &c.
Furnished from the most reliable Nurseries and Grow
Orders respectfully solicited.
Letters of inquiry cheerfully responded to and price
lists furnished on application. lawßw-n22
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w,„,. w..te, rtetes. w rn *
Ilia HeueMviU*, M. O,
SEA ISLAND HOTEL
HILTON UEAU, N. IU
now opu to m ru sue,
Mt t’fll-t $ gAMMMtef, Pr-qisWMfljJ
Movsae I* Jusea As**4 if nua
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
F*r sale by
_*epl6 BRIGHAM. BALDWIN ft CO
, | on
. In sum* to suit purchasers, by
Sep2B-tf E. F. METC'ALFEjA CO
SIGHT EXCHANGE on New York and Philadelphia
for sale, and Bills of Exchange purchased, by
518-lw DUNCAN ft JOHNSTON.
TOBBEBB and Dealers from all parte of the country
O are invited to examine my
"Wholesale Stock »
which includes packages containing coaplote assort
ment*, put up expressly for “ Country Trade'’
Good* re-packed to suit purchasers.
Queens Ware House,
100 Bronghton St., 2d door from Bull St
<* 10tf E. D. SMYTH.
I: (Onocessor to William B: Hawkins,)
TMPORTER and Wholesale Dealer in' Foreign and
A Domestic Ala, Wines, Liquor*, Philadelphia Por
ter, Champagne Cider, Ac.,
JSTo. }7G Fulton Street.
Opposite St Paul’s Church,
Bbttler of Mile’s Celebrated Ale for Shipping and
Particular attention paid to Filling and Shipping
All orders by mail will be promptly attended to.
la, without doubt, the only known remedy lor
BRICK DOST DEPOSITS,
IRRITATION OF THE NECK
INFAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER,
AND ALL 4k
Certificates of care* from 'well-known persona from
all parts of tbe country In circular, will be sent on ad
dressing MORGAN ft ALLEN, Ag’ts,
dV2-3m No. 40 Cliff st., New York.
ALL persona having demands against the estate of
Edward Q. Wilson, deceased, of Chatham county,
arc reaper tfully requested to hand them In properly au
thenticated; and all persons indebted to said estate
ore requested to make immediate payment to
WARREN i FLATNER, Wholesale dealers In all
kinds or Writing, Printing and WrappingPa
pera. Envelopes, Twines and Paper Bags.
Also, Printers Inks, Cards and Card Boards.
Having superior facilities for procuring Goods di
rect from the manufactories, we are enabled to com
pete with New York prices.
SOLE AGENTS IN THIS CITY
For the Bath Paper Mills.
Cash paid for Rags and all kinds of Paper Stock.
THE undersigned would respectfully Inform hla
former patrons and the citizens generally that
be la prepared again to take contracts to bnlld new
or repair wharves.
Pile-driving done by steem pile-driver. ..
dl-6m F. KRENSON.
STEELE & BURBANK,
11 Merchants Raw, Hilton Heart, 80. Ca
CALL the attention of Wholesale and Retail pur
chasers to their superior stock of
MILITARY AMD NAVAL CLOTHING,
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods. Jewelry, and Plated
Ware,Swords, Sashes, Belts. Embroideries,Bools, Caps
Field (Hasses. Gauntlet* Gloves, ftc.. ftp.. *c.
Singer Sewing Machines.
Frindpsl OfSee for the State of Georgia,
11# BBW4WTON STREET,
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent.
A large assortment for sale at Mew York prices.
Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired at short
Stitching neatly done. nil
Between Broadway A Greenwich Street. oct27-3m
rRKHPECTFTII.LY lavlle tbs patronage of my old
Mends nd visitor, to the rliy I have fill Good
miltard Tables. liK ludlng two of Helen's make, with
he bvst Belle. Cass. Bridges, Mares, *e., procurable.
If roams are enmsaadloue, niut I endeavor to employ
. For Rniit.
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3 HWiIM Hi. niluml***! fi(| lull xliffiH,
Mbnb mmU» »**4 Hull miiinNul
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—rf* » fur i*e iieiiatkal papaHeut <*rest
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■nrf u pvart ffaiua SwM#
inmi ranck. ’ '
Authorized Capital, $10,400,000
pH ARLES L. COLBY A CO. are prepared to take
u Marine Risks to any domestic or foreign port,
and Fire Risks In this dty In the following named
tost das* New York Companies,
AT THE LOWEST RATES
COLUMBIAN MARINE INSURANCE
COMPANY...,.;.. ................ ft*.«»,ooo
MORRIS FIRE AND INLAND INSUR
ANCE COMPANY 8,000,000
COMMERC FIRE INSURANCE COMFY, 200,000
STANDARD FIRS INSURANCE COMFY 200,000
.£ss°* 2* i? I L e !L. Block ’ oorner Bay and Absrcorn
rtreeta; Branch OOce, comer of Drayton and Bryan
*“**“• „j dtS-tf j
BB* GOODS AND CLOTHING.
EINSTEUi A ECKIAN,
No. 151 Conn SI. Samnah Ga.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
FRENCH, HERMAN, ENGLISH AND
n Ao4 all anode* nasally found In a foot tern
Dry GoodS'House. we wowd most respectfully Invite
our former Mends and cJatomert; also Merchants
EINSTEIN ft ECKMAN,
nor6-tf I*l Congress Street, Savannah, Ga
To Ladied and Country
.a h •
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Remarkably Cheap For Cash,
CAN BE FOUND AT
A. Hoaohor efts Oo'e.,
18 BARNARD STREET, COR. CONGRESS LANE,
Comprising a general Assortment of Foreign and
fiomastlc Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, Ac.
N. B.—By strict attention to business, courteous
and honorable dealing with our cnatouera, ws trust
to merit and receive a liberal a bare of patronage.
A large Jins pi White Goods and Linens now open.
TUST opened* large assortment of Zephyr Worsted
Cl Shawls, Sontags, Cloaks and Hoods, Children'
Capa Boots and Gaiter*
Also, Irish Llntms, Table Damask, Linen Towels,
TsWeNapkina and Doylea, and avarlety of Fancy Ar
tides too numerons to mention.
All of which we offer st very low prices.
EINSTEIN ft ECKMAN,
Family Dye Colors.
Patented October 13, 1863.
Black * Dark Green
Black for Silk Light Green
Dark Bine Magenta
French Blue Maroon
Claret Brown Orange
Dark Brown pink
Light Brown Purple
Crimson Scarlet I' ‘ (
Dark Drab ’Slate
* Light Drab Solfertoo
Fawn Drab Violet
light Fawn Drab Yellow.
Hate, Fe*there, Children’s Clothing,
Far 15 cents yon can color m many goods as would
otherwise cost five times that sum. various shades
can be produced from the same dye. The prooese la
simple, and any one can use the Dye with »«—*■«*
ESdTof JKX£ Knglu ' 1 ’ “ and aenn “’
HOWE ft STEVENS,
_ , . , M 0 Broadway, Boston.
ectttkCu *** < ***** lst * ■ n<l dealer* generally.
FRUIT. WINES, k
Kfl BOXES Layer and M. H. Raislna
vIU 80 drama Figs
10 boxes Prunes
8 bbls Almonds
8 bbls Dried Beaches and Applet
Citron and Currants
-' *»<*, Nutmegs and Cloves
80 b *2su u daiEF BakUeck fMI'-
20 doaen very choice Sherry
10 dozen very old Madeirn ‘ k .i .
Cootelnr Wine. Brandy, *c.
Bye, Bonrbon andSeotch Whiskey
For sale by
dl6-sod2«r CLAGHOBN A cntNUftHTAif.
Corn, and Hay!
500 ?i® 8 p rl “ e w ‘>“« Maryland Oorn
DRUBS ! IIBU8S!!
W. M. Walsh,
, Bate Agent far J. 0. Arsr A C'u'a i'rapar alkuia. Dp.
laVtfl Asrnus IriiJm!TtaLv
•uii'e F»ma<le fw the flair, TbaiahunUnulh rssil.l
Wells' niiaiqithaotw I'lasUrs pare Wine* aodfi'
Nffh '<*» wedhinJ Mtauae* Ail «f wUkh trUl h*
And at ■ueaenoieiere' penes.
MOUTM MAUI UMMKN Ug BAMMAMX AMD
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MO MOWMHV, NSW YORK,
VI Mteftei to gagdote'Md
njl ini' r Jsvs-.-^rrve
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Insure* against :
A.CC JJ ; T . s
OF ALL KINDS.
1 Policies written for an. ter™ *
five years, for any mm tro hi °ne montlrV*
es fatal accidemaf ♦* ft *» 910,9*0, in esse *
to case oTohsMiog beau, & oompenaaSm *
, MONTHLY AND MARINE
r ,Martoepoftcles written for voyage, to .
• ii.i'j ■• . y ... ,i: .
OLDEST ACCIDENT INSUfeftNtEC „
No **olo4l. Rxuumatioh Rryuutra v
* FBW <* Fito.
‘ , ’ l nr tbs • i'l • :V r
fmelen 1 Insurance et. of Hartfonl
UP TO NOVEMYiKp • !
j BM4E «S'S rd ’“- Saie* ,iTO^
8480 cm I * oo 2000
4884 1000 4000
throwing letter ffbmfr.ii’ 0 "
41 “ York. 80 00 ,00 :°* ’
3681 Railroad Condhcb.l w. r -V. ~-» 00 76.00
Wto Hand Jammedtoto^fto^
** I ?ranrte N »: 80 00
2*04 Carpenter, Detroit; Midi m.,,'** 4 ' 00 25.60
4379 ®*fl >en tor, Port X#fla ‘ 16 -0* 20.00
kb sprained , 4h
-6644 Oarpepter, Mansffrii O hnt h*.' 30 00 » 0 < >»
Jjmd. in rmnorlSao^
Timber 600 WW
46i 9 Fireman, C’leveiaiid, o ' 600 l0, «®
Ptoched off 1, SLVSS
6#6T Ohio Pel,' UM *° 00
... .yPhu an adze, cutting knLo *
4667 Merchant, Hartford,
4470 T p ell - *■«> moo
• Tn his 30 00 76 00
«74 Ihinrance agent, „) . ■U »0 la.ijj
10M8 fence -- 25.00 1T5.00
4033 Moulder, Fort Wayne. Ind ‘ , 200090 00
burned bv ho, lntl ’ I « ot
Vt ‘ 1800 25 00
9548 “otorert 1, Zaae * vuio ’ O’ Bell into 28 °° 100 00
80,6 Sotel keeper, Lynn,’ Mass ’ w„' * “ UX>O
on upset by gtie or W H'
gate 0/ wind . 600 aco
i*’"* O Batstu ok, President
Rooaar DswKia, Secretary”
_ d!8-tf . A.vnLBPR,
"gent In Savannah oa
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY HSgURACE COMPANY
Capital and j^oo#
v , PHCENIX INSURANCE CO.
Caffitdl and Surplus #1,600,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO. *
MANHATTAN INSURANCE OO
Capltel and Sorplua...
riffikf. Apply to wrrffiffiponaiii* with the
National Marine and Fire
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