„ 2—NO- SI.
Hannah Daily Herald
^ , s PUBLISHED BY
( 111 B*»
itbekt. Savannah. Qkoroia.
„ (i re (if Ten Lines for first ln-
n„!lars l«^,, r each subsequent one. Ad-
m V the morning; wm. if desired.
, tf nW > r " trt ‘ . „-ith<int extra charge.
without extra charge.
J . ...tlv and promptly done.
I n lla hus»te and Jackson
A -iil cerrwpc
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f Hie Till r
espoiuletiee Savannah Hebald.]
Tallahassee, March 1, 18C6.
ths the temperature has
i»— ate one uelieve himself in the more
isuch as t"^ ^' ui9tc a l i 0 f the mild climate of the
hem Is" 1 " ^ (i . more thau two inches thickness
>!■ a c „ld snap some ten days ago. The
tormed. ^ rjilrja j wcre beautifully fringed
awl three feet in length. A few hours
l ver served to melt the frozen clement
b, "'r. U "tlic temperature to its usual height
ru jnUTABT AFFAIBS.
has been gathering in the little de-
ent United States Infantry
(ilated places and concentrating
" B “’ 'aive*“ihl |> points. A great portion of
*^n'earrianu the fort at St. Marks and tho old
' 111 • arsenalai Chattahoochee. The expense
keeping up so many little posts and the
‘ disposition of all the people have
r ‘''s':movement. Since the black troops
J Laii,drawn the presence of United States
k- ieeii wm J (lat ha3 occasioned very little dis-
t't- muiaint or ill-feeling among the inhab-
**^1 discipline of the regular troops pre-
an occasion for it.
yjQIl’MCATION WITH NEW ORLEANS
' , n regular and direct. The commercial
1 * litioii- and prices current from that city
”• l ‘ uu I l , h ,. market lu re more than those from
T v b * steamer named the J. L. Smallwood has
:f imtoo the rnute from St. Marks to New Or-
.Jinrte semi-monthly trips. Her principal
l> w “j, .„ Florida. The steamer was formerly
numer •• Banshee," which made so many
lcb ml trios ill that business and was finally cap-
t the - Fulton' ’ m the faU of 1863. Another
T\vw Orleans is by cars from here to Quincy,
k p bv suye .lghtfrn*miles, to Chattahoochee on
tralicbicola river, from which place there are
e 2JL-on < »by wav of Apalachicola by a weekly
Lv'itrfiueraleaving every Tuesday; the other by
r I ./ -oibtis, t>a., Montgomery and Mobile, Ala.
runup and down the Apalachicola and
- riiec rivers daily. The buainess on these
-a dunng the season has been immense. Travel-
• fn! accommodation at Quincy. The
sinuate made that a favorite resort of con-
invalid> before the war. There are special
pmmodations here for this unfortunate class.
[UPHOVED RAILROAD MANAGEMENT.
I p r3r arlv a mouth past daily trains have been ruu-
1 t trttvii here aud Jacksonville, and the time of
. fii e trip has been shortened one-thir<£ This
IRE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS
ally ' in ul order somewhere. There are two
[ I’r'nis running on the care, and they appear to
a tiicir duties faithfully. The blame is usually
:i tin- post office at Jacksonville. The Jack-
•Dicials. in turn, throw the blame upon the
Liaiali ]H.st vilicc. The unsettled state of themar-
itin delay in receiving their advices a seri-
.nunioiue to the merchants. The speedy
n •’! the Savannah and Gulf Railroad is
:..nurd t<» with great satisfaction, as it is
tilnt then mails will arrive with better regu-
r.:j IL. t-.’irlv restoration of the Live Oak connec-
! >okc*d forward to with considerable inter-
j.i »ple here wait for the initiative steps to
Jacksonville, March 6.
s which arrived last week of the veto of the
admen's Bureau bill was received with great satis-
.6 different detachments of the Thirty-fourth
ed States Colored Troops have been collected to
ur. and the regiment is now hero waiting to be
up, when it will be mustered out of service.
x meeting of the stockholders of the Florida &
Central Kailroad have occasioned some talk on
Owta. The Pensacola k Georgia Road have given
wee that they cannot permit their rolling stock to
nran to Jacksonville, but offer to consolidate with
b Central Road. Unless the arrangement is agreed
til freight shipped to Middle and West Florida will
4'c to be re-shipped at Lake City, causing consider-
ki-lay and extra expense. The citizens here are
prannoue to effect the consolidation, and the press
the matter very strongly.
• T new locomotives for the P. & G. R. R. arrived
* ihL ♦ ‘ ,i u ! V]11 P ar doii the bad grammar for the sake
in. <4 • .m’ U1 1,10 bay ^ Ae Times is out of jornt,
* (reserve.. a heavier condemnation than any
Cr-'* “WAigteg. He, algal bag gone over
tp,. * u a mauuer which covers with a diaaa-
the 18 fan ”‘ «** friend of freedoH) and aa
— _ fallen lucieeb,
i,.i “ ,he telegram sent by Mr. Seward to
"I" i.. . after the delivery of that infiunous
M tj. t ‘ s “ r: Kht and safe; the Union ig restored,
ainptuit ,, ' aIe; President's speech is trl-
Gow irt A| a caiintfy will be happy.' (Hisses.)
it had Wvn t,7i fcu ’ olj ' Lucifer, son of the morning 1
t l‘e«i1, MJ f (J, , tler lu r thee to have died beneath
lijJ f ■■'STirj(.j t toaaesln Payne, thau to have survived
■ieuuai leaderof U fi a li<j30ttci f telegram tothePresi*
'■i'e vouaifv , r eLel aud copperhead forces of
people ati tr (“11“ lua y forgive you, but a betrayed
‘■Ffeld ,1 , SI “ aoTIV E8 AND ASPDRATXONS.
T 118 ®«' a suht.A,' 190 . 11 UUl lertakea to stigmatise Oon-
tfie ffltaaiim 01 - ? 18 faaly. a disunion body. What ia
Wi't. «* His to wake up popularven-
If 1111 " »raib(,f'f!. U i S , do "' u u P on CongreBsthe hatred
r.-it a ( and T ‘0lent men. I tell yoawe
i' 1 "* 8 man ^ Gi® presidential chair, sad
1*: hull., hablta does not know Dorn day
^*'1 Uie Conn*hour what he will do and yet dares
' bunion bo<i/ r<! u of t le United States as s disloy-
il 1 ■ dar, ana , ' I ' leans ' if be dare, to perform a
maiat ' at the point of the
fM^'Uwtof i ! L " l l06t southern rebels put into
■ WliCTe^w*."’ or drive Uongrtgs out of the
. :,1 a i! ever , 1 . oepital is in greater danger
o- - living it “R were i‘ not that Lieut. Gen.
hut JVtaa “*d(sviini^ w lo8t ' 8ol°“« « General
..(i'nuccai dei„' p r bl " Present position, perhaps
)1: I.arr,.,. 1 “ and may not be made. (Applause.)
frilt of u, e i’. s . ed hls feetnre-yith an appeal to
cr . ' ^an anufb' °f New York to do justice to
f' via,,. , d P^e him, with regard to suffrage,
J«el with the whit: man.”
2?^^ Customo FAIRa ^ ^obida.—The Com-
4; ll *» Custom^offl? 8 visited on Saturday last by
iae intu a , fflc ! rs for «>e State of ITorida,
conditinn ,. a , U i ext ended conversation regard-
u ana proRnftf»f« li.
-ition nn i utu LuiiverMuou
Lt other thinA , h pr » pect " respecting h
goods'^!- 5 ae officer sUted that&rg^ qSml
•“«i R gU 0 ^ e S r SS!^ Persona^
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1866.
IVin. Lloyd Garrison’s Speech.
Hit teleg raph has alluded to the address of Mr.
b 11 ;d iurriaon, delivered in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
a 'id, in which the reoent acts of the President
■in. sup porters were denounced in unqualified
-! r„ c following extracts from the speech are
; gi u.d more than enough:
THE PBESXDENT'6 SPEECH,
v. ii'iiluted the great body of the crowd that
I’: ! , tin White Houae on Thursday last and
in him that speech, ‘which for ita indecency,
Bita.1, malignity, and treasonable leaning, there are
’ r ls titly to characterize, and for which, with
Kv-iglity lessons, he ought to be indicted-by that
«4 i-jjiifst, the United States House of Bepresen-
tried liv tiie Senate, and for the peace and
ti)'fthec.iuntry dismissed from office.’ (Loud
ihLj appiau.-c. | That mob was constituted, aa
'• ysl r.an iu Washington knows of rebels and
(\'pprrliead ahetters, almost to a man, the low,
l '“t. ainl the desperate. These were the backers
o-sdcLt.Johnson, rending the air jubilant with
in he made that harangue which, as it circu-
'i Mi. h lx..- land, is filling all rebeldom with aa-
Halation, and all co|iperheaddom with hope
'• r ! Win n the bottomless pit ia in full chorus,
l!1 : r - ns i good men to join in tune. (Laugh-
\ A ‘ a W'lauee. i Take that speech where you may,
' vital, the drunken, the seditious, the uegro-
..**'• tl!L ' tyrannical iu the spirit and design
i "ill receive their unanlmons ap.
ulisppily, here and there, there are those
"l that stamp, who also approve the
■" V ' then go much the worse for them, and the
‘v -nexcusable and mexplicabUi is their conduct.
h t- tho N,. w y,, r k; World, the Daily News, and
J 1 ; 1 ' old trmity described in the scriptures
rue solid, the tiesh aud the devil. ’ ’ Mr. Garrison
^passages from the editorials which have re-
l t • “W-ar.il in these disreputable papers, with
J,, ? 10 President and hia late measures, fa-
o audience with a running comment.
riktYJ KaVMoSD TVOBSE THAN A BEBEL.
’ l-rij,luced ail extract from the Times,
; i if' f“'with vefiament hisses. He then
Suspension of Use Habeas Corpus Act In
The following is tbs news brought by ths Asia:
THE SUSPENSION Or THE Slim COBPU8 ACT.
In ths House of Commons, on the 16th of February,
Sir George Grey gave notice thst on the following dsy
(Saturday,) the House having agreed to specially meet
on thst dsy, he would ask for leave to bring in s bill
in R<£nA t0T * tim * **** Ffahcas corpus Act
Loud and general cheers followed this announce
In the House of Lords on the same dsy Earl BnsssUf
announced the proposed suspension of the
Corpus Act in Ireland, and asked the House to ait on
Saturday, the 17th nlL, that no time might be loat in
“Musing the measure.
Earl Derby said it would be for the government
to justify the coarse it was about to take. If the House
of Commons agreed to the proposal he would not in-
‘ i a moment's delay; but he hoped that at the
t possible moment the government would state
the grounds on which they relied for the justification
of their proceedings.
On the 17th ult. a special session of Parliament was
Sir George Grey, Secretary of State for the Home
Department, in asking, leave to bring in a bill sus
pending the Habeas Corpus Act in Ireland, said that
the Fenian conspiracy had only recently assumed its
present proportions. It was necessary to strike an
effective blow at the Fenian scheme, which were wholly
discountenanced by the American Government. The
loyalty of the British army WES beyond a doubt. The
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland earnestly requested the
suspension of the set, saying that he could not hold
himself responsible for the safety of the country it
power were withheld from him.
Mr. D'laraeli, leader of the opposition, concurred in
the remarks of Sir George Grey.
Mr. Bright protested against the suspension of the
act, but said he would not oppose the government:.
Leave waa then given to suspend the Habeas Corpus
Act in Ireland by a vote of 36A to 6.
The bill waa then passed through all the efa^ea and
sept to the Houae of Lords, who likewise psaaed it
The royal assent was given to the measure at eleven
o’clock the same uight. ■ — — —
COMMENTS or THE LONDON PUSS.
The London Times sayS that the Irish government
is of course better informed than any private persona
can be as to the state of the cofin try and the immi-
nence of the danger; but in the increased activity of
the movement during'the peat month, .and the pres
ence of numbers of persons in various districts, with
the scarcely concealed purpose of promoting insurrec
tions, there is ample reason for the strictest precau
tions. The object of the Irish government is doubt
less to secure some of the emmissaries of American
Feni&niam, who are now numerous in Ireland and
working with disastrous effect on the people. The
measures of 1848 brought the revolutionary move
ment to a crisis,- and the Times hopes that like pro
ceedings now will effkct a similar object
The London Morning Herald, (the conservative or
gan) says that the government will be Bnpportedin the
The Army and Navy Gazette saya that the troops in
Ireland are being distributed more and more among
the small towns, thereby giving a greater feeling of se
DREAD OP A FENIAN PBIVATEER.
The Liverpool Journal contains an assertion that the
government has private information of a privateer be
ing at sea on a Fenian errand. This ia given aa one of
the probable reasons for the suspension of the Habeas
The Journal du Havre mentions aa a report requir
ing confirmation that a steamer, fitted outaa a priva
teer by the American Fenians, sailed from New York
on the 20th of January, under the name of the Cuba.
She is said to be the Fort Morgen, formerly a Federal
gunboat, whioh was sold by the Navy Department and
bought by the Fenians. The Joarnal donbts the euo-
cess of the Irish privateer, if there be one, aa she
would be regarded as a pirate by every naval power,
and, when captured, her crew would be hanged.
[The story is known here sa a hoax: The Cuba is
now running between Baltimore and New Orleans.—
Acting’upon this ramor, Mr. Labouchere, one of the
prominent supporters of Lord Derby, gave notice in
the House of Commons on the 16th of February that,
on the 23d he would call attention to the inadequacy
of the nentral laws to enable England to fulfil her in
ternational obligations toward foreign countries.
WHOLESALE ARRESTS Or FENIANS.
Upwards of one hundred arrests were made in -Dub
lin on the 17 th ult, principally strangers, among oth
ers Col. John William Byron of the Federal aimy.
Many more arrests were expected to take place.
PREVIOUS PROCEEDINGS OF THE AUTHORITIES.
[Dublin (Feb. 10) Correspondence of London Post.]
The doings of the Fenians in the provinces, and the
efforts of the police to frustrate their evil deeigns, are
naturally the subject of many communicattona to the
Dublin press. “Our own correspondent" has, in fact,
a busy time of it, chronicling the seizure of arms,
captures of supposed Head Centres, and the like; and
this morning one of them goeB so far as to declare
that a few night since Fenian beacon fires blazed on
the hiU tops visible from Mollylonghran, in the coun
ty of Armagh. The people of that district at once
concluded that a “rising" was contemplated, and they
sat up until next morning. Persons at a distance may
laugh at such feare; but they should, recollect that is
this city, there is a strong military force and a well or
ganized body of police, the conspirators are daring
enough to establish manufactories of pikes and rifle
cartridges. „. . '
A man named Fitzgerald, who alleges he is aa offi
cer in the American service, has been arrested in Fer-
moy. On the person of the prisoner was found a
pocket-book containing the names of six other sold
iers. The magistrate* have been holding a private in
vestigation with reference to the names found in the
pocket-book, but with what result it is not known. It
ia said the soldiers deny ever having seen the prisoner.
Another double of Stephens ha* turned up in the
county of Kilkenny. Hwcarried of a wallet stulfod
with hay ; his address waa singularly polished And
gentlemanlike, hia complexion fresh, his beard large,
pointed under the chin, and slightly fringed with
grey at the aid, his hands and feet remarkably small,
his height fire foet seven inches, his eyes brown, his
flgnro stout, and over his -forehead quite bald.—
Everything seem to indicate that he was the Head
Centre Stephens himself who was thus wandering
about the country in disguise. He has.been remanded
for eight days.
At the head poliee office yesterday a man who gave
his name as John Csrey, but who is supposed to be
Sullivan, against whom a warrant had been issued in
Cork, was brought up on a charge of being implicated
in the Fenian conspiracy. The prisoner had been
pointed out to the constable in Dame-street on the pre
vious day as a person against whom a warrant had been
issued in Cork. The approver, John Warner, was ex
amined and identified the prisoner as the "Centre” for
Mallow, county of Cork. He also proved that he saw
him frequently attending Fenian meetings in Cork, in
the house of John G. Geary, and on one occasion he
knew him to bring a subscription of £8 front Mal
low and give it to Geary. He was remanded.
1 ucucoiin. i! , »nd many persona
: Well kuon?, to most of aaww, IB tMonpuni
“°wn blockade runners daring ths omvirate crested by depotiam.
The Boston Pulpit on the President.
Our Boston correspondent in his letter says that the
President’s veto and speech had not only raised a
whirlwind among the politicians at Boston, but that
the clergy also were “wrestling with the theme.” The
following reports of recent sermons are clipped from
the Boston papers:
"Bev. A. D. Wasson, pastor of the Twenty-eighth
Congregational Church, delivered a sermon tat the Me-
lodeon yesterday forenoon, on the situation of the
country, taking for his text the significant words to be
found in Ecci. 10—16—“Woe unto thee, O land,, when
thy King is a chief.” The preacher reviewed the re
cent acts of President Johnson, and declared Urn a
greater traitor than Benedict Arnold or Judas Iscariot.
Iscariot, he said, was conscious of his guilt and re
fused to take the silver awarded Him for his deed, and,
full of remorse and repentance, "went and hanged
himself.” Johnson, on the other hand, after betray
ing the party who placed him in his position, now glo
ries in his shame.
The Rev. Mr. Hepworth, among other pleasant
The President had hinted at assassination. “Oh,
Mr. President, you will never be killed. Only the
good and the great die. You will live forevprt [Ap-
* He calls himself s self made map. We can
if ell beheve lt, for tf is no credit to have made Urn. ’ ’
—Miss Annie Surratt has. entered a convent. Her
brother John is believed to be secluded in s monas
—The Tribune’s Washington special says: “In order
to put a peremptory atop to the treasonable utterances
of the Virginia press, still persisted in, the “commxiid.
ing officer of the department of Virginia has issued an
order, requiring the publishers of newspapers % the
State to fiend a copy of every lague to bis headquarters
by nudl on the dsy of pumication.” tt • . ■
—The Government le still realizing immense sums
fropa the sale of nnnaeeaeary war material. During
the last two months large quantities of medicines have
been disposed of, and on Thtrredmy next 1,885,000 ar
ticles of clothing will be sold, together with a Urge
nnmbfir of Government buildings.
—The British government has recently employed a
large number o# vnry modest looking young English la
dies to travel lfffralsfofi and pfiy.penlcul .r attention to
the con veraafrofisfedlugoff"inTBe ctrs, iteamboats and
hoteU for the benefit of the Fenians. It U believed by
the authorities that Stephens , would be arretted
of these .women detectives. -
tfrg liberation of ill
enlisted men imprisoned (4 this .department tor de
sertion. _ , >- • ../-/t fTLrrprTn
-The Xfodeas Times of the 27th of January says
thst fresh foreign troops are daily arriving in Mexico.
The N. Y, Times (republican) says; ?*The age of
buntiles and guillotines has passed,' hut there la a des
potism in Congress aa infatuate* satbaf which Mused
France to weep teara of blood. Ths majority of the
Rouse of Representatives has invested a committee of
fifteen with powers which naJnr«.tha fitidiocc of a
Jacobin chairman, ia baooniiz* aa mnSTmuij trl-
8 created by depotiam/’
through the exertion* of t
as confi^at^ by tte
..—. in the rear of a building in - n
— mained there half an hour before their cries brought
ana abandoned pro- any one to their assistance. When taken oat. Stay
wen nearly dead.
WASHINGTON LIFE INSURANCE CO.
NO. 98 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
CYRUS CURTIS*, President.
Clayton Newbold, V. P.; W. A. Brewer, Sec.; Rob
ert B. Min tarn, George Gris wold, Boland G. Mitchell,
Thomas Hope, William & Asptnwaii, a. A. Low and
Cash assets, over $500,006.
Capital stock, $125,000.
Policy holders receive all the profits without Incur
ring any liability for iooges. It has therefore all the
advantages and security or a Stock and Mutual Com
pany combined, without their separate disadvan
tages. OfeCAB CRAIG,
General Agent State or Georgia. Savannah, Ga.
W. R. Waring, M. D., Medical Examiner, Savan
nah, Ga. febl8-3m.
SOUTHERN MUTUAL LIFE INSU
(Betablished in 1849.)
ASSETS SEPTEMBER 1st, over 28* OOO.
Hon.- W.P. DeBAUSSURE, Pres.
F. W. MoMasvee, Actuary.
This Company has paid for loeees to the Widows 1
and Orphana of the South near $400,000.
The rates are low and profits regularly returned to
J. B. READ, M B. Medical RxamineT.
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS
lhe undersigned begs leave to inform the insuring
public that he has been legally appointed Agent foi
the above named Companies, and is ready to take Ma
rine, River, Life and Fire Risks at customary rates.
. O. C. MYERS, Agent,
Office with Phillips & Myers, 85 Bay street
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY INSURANCE CO.,
Capital and Surplus $1,600,000
PUCE NIX INSURANCE CO.,
Capital and Surplus $1,500,000
INTERNATIONAL INS. CO.,
Capital and Snrplns $1,200,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO„
HARMOMY- INSURANCE CO*
Capital and Surplus $ 500.000
Total cash Capital and Assets......... .$6,000,000
Fire, Marine, and Inland Navigation Risks taken
Id the above highly responsible Companies on Build
ings and Merchandise to any amount, at the lowest
rates corresponding with the risk. Losses equitably
adjusted and paid promptly at this Office.
A. A. LANE,
No. IS Stoddard’s Range. Bay Street, Sa
vannah, Ga. fl#-3m
100 ° l tU * ce * cbrftte<1 Whiskey. For sale
17 MACKY, BRATT1E A Co.,
m2 203 and 205 Bay street.
BOXES Cream and Extra Cheese
GO packages Prime Leaf L»rd
For sale by
HILTON * RANDKLL,
m5A 10$ Bay street.
FIRKINS Extra Leaf Lard
In store and for sale by
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW YORK,
ANUFACTUBBRS and Dealers in Bmldere’ and
Locksmiths' Hardware, Nails, Pullies, Cord, Rim
Locks and Knobs, Bntt Hinges, Brass and Iron Keys
and Castings, Gong Bells, wire, Silver-Plating, Ac.
All orders, large or email, famished promptly-at 10
per cent, lees than market prices.
srpW , «m ...
Family Dye Colors.
Patented October 13, 1803.
- Black — Dark Green
Black for Silk Light Green
Dark Bine Magenta
Light Bine Maize
French Bine Maroon
Claret Brown Orange
Dark Brown Fink
Light Brown Pfirple
Snuff Brown Royal Pnrple
Crimson Bcailet _
Dark Dab Slate
Light Drab Sober! no
Fawn Brab A - Ylolet-
Light Fawn Drab Yellow.
For Dyeing Silk, Woolen and Mixed Good*, Shawls,
Scorn, Drcesea, Ribbons, Gloves; Bonnets,
Hate, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
and all kind* of Wearing Apparel.
(T A SAVING OF 80 PER GENT.
For 25 cents yon can color aa many goods as would
othenriW cost five times that snm. various shades
can be produced from the same dye. The process is
simple, and ray One can use the Dye with perfect
Inside of .e$ch vkdtege.
<■ MO Broadway, Boston.
For sale by druggists and dealers generally.
W. M. WALSH,
YUHOLKSALK Druggists, comer Barnard and
vv Broughton streets, Savannah, Ga., General
Ageht tot & Sooth. y 51 )
' CLOCK’S • '
Hair Restorer Reetoras Gray Hair,
r ,1 CLOCK'S >'■
Hair Restorer makes Hair grow on Bald Heads.
Hair Restorer Stops Hair from FalHngOnk
CLOCK’S : . '
. Hair Restorer Prevents Headache.
Hair Restorer is elegantly Perfumed.
Hair Restorer is all that can be claimed as s dressing.
Hair Restorer possesses all the merit claimed for it.
A single trial convinces the most sceptical of Sa
value, if, -after _a thorough trial of two bottles lt
does not give perfect satisfaction, the money will be
refunded. 80W everywhere at R per bottle. Six
bottles for $& ..... 4 fig-end tf
XK7R have on hand Lime, Rooendale Cement, Plaster
’’ Boris, jmd Hair for Plastering. For sole on
SO barrels Selected Apples
BOhvnft POtatOM, FMtHBMri
Landjsg^thU day from steamship Son Jacinto, -and
m O. OSTKRMAN,
No. 4 Barnard street,
mftfi Between Bay and Bryan atrssta
TTTE respectfully invite oar old friends and the
W traveling public to give ns a call. Onr house
is located in the heart of trade, and convenient to the
depots,ftt-3m]JOSE8 A RICE.
(Formerly the Screven House,)
This first-class Hotel having been renovated and
newly famished, is now open for the reception of the
mt-lm O. MoGINLY.
By consent of Col. John Screven, the name of this
Hotel is this day changed to its former name, “ THE
SCREVEN HOUSE. G. M. MoGINLY,
EXCHANGE HOTEL BAR.
On and after March 6th, I860, LUNCH will be
served daily from lt to 1 o’clock,
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL A RUGG, PaoriiiTOii
X S. BIDDELL. X. ». BOOS.
CAMP & CHRISTIE,
118 Broughton St.
H AVE in store and ready for inspection a new
SPRING STOCK, comprising the largest as
to be found in any houae in the city in their Une: all
of which will be made to order at short notice,
trimmed and got np in their nsnal style.
of every description requisite to a gentleman's ward
robe, constantly on hand, f'26-2w
ILGUNDM KID GLOVES
A LSO, a fine assortment of Silk, Wool and Buck
skin Uloves and Gauntlets. Just opened at
EINSTEIN A ECKMAN,
n23-tf 161 Congress street
J. W. STEELE,
(Late Steele A Burbank,)
11 Merchants-’ Row, Hilton Head, So. Ca.
And comer King and George Sts., Charleston,
C l ALLS the attention of Wholesale and Retail Pnr-
' chasers to his superior stock of
Military and Naval Clothing,
Watches; Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry and Plated
Ware, Swords, Sashes, Belts, Embroideries, Boots,
Caps, Field Glosses, Gauntlets, Gloves, Ac., Ac.
174 Broujfhton Street. 174
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, the newest styles,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
WORSTED SHAWLS AND HOODS,
COUNTERPANES, HOSIERY, Ac.
Just received and for sole at the lowest prices by
OctSS H. HAYM.
PROPOSALS will be received for the repair of the
JL framework between Hutchinson and Fig Islands*
Applications must be addressed to- the undersigned,
Chairman Dock and Wharf Committee.
j!5 JOHN WILLIAMSON.
A LL persons having demands against the estate of
Edward G. Wilson, deceased, of Chatham county,
are respectfully requested to hand them in properly an,
thenticated; rad all persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
1 AAA REAMS in store and for sals at New York
IUUU prices, by
PLATNER A BOSWORTH,
210 Bay street.
t A OCTAVES 1868, direct from bond, for sale by
1 w MACKY, BEATTIE A CO.,
f 203 and 205 Bay street.
TRY REDHEAD'S CELEBRATED
BAKING & PASTRY POWDER.
STUART A CO.,
General Agents State of Georgia.
We are prepared to furnish this Baking Powder to
the trade, in cases of 2, 4 or 6 dozen cans—or the 4
oz. or 6 oz site.
K is certufnly the best and cheapest Baking Powder
used. As to quality, we have the nniversal testimony
of our numerous customers, one and all.
We ean supply the trade at lower prices than any
other standard “Trast Powder” era he sold In this
Price Lists fh rule bed on application.
STUAnT A OO., Grocers,
m5-5 Corner Boll rad Broughton streets.
TUG BOAT FOR SALE.
*Inraire of R. 0,McIatlie ACo., Hilton Head, South
Carolina, or ■ ■*
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTTRE A CO.,
: a auperior article to Green
Irftf or any other brand.
In store ud for sola by
fT OHAS. L. OOLBY A CO.
OICE of Harper A Co., for sale by
MACKY, BEATTIE A CO.,
20$ rad $05 Bay street.
88$ asd 19$ Bay suae
■00SY A BARBETT,
Steam Soap Works,
MOODY A BARRETT Would respectfully
announce to the pnblic that on and after Jan
uary 1st they will run from their Soap Works two
wagons, with competent salesmen, who will visit
every family once a week with Hard rad Soft Soap,
by the bar, box, gallon or barrel, at prices lower than
lt tAn be purchased in or ont of the city.
We warrant onr Soap to be free from all adnlteix-
tions and to give entire satisfaction, or monev re
FOR GREASE OR SCRAPS.
We have bnt one price for onr good* and thst
price shall be satisfactory. Persons ordering from
the country will find it will save time and money by
sending us their orders; and if the goods do not sat-
sfy in price and quality, send them book to ns at onr
Orders addressed to MOODY A BARRETT, orL. J.
GUILMARTiN A CO., 148 Bay street, Agents, will re
ceive prompt rad immediate attention.
Steam Engines and Machinery.
fisc., dec., dec.
REMEMBER, SAW MTT.T, MEM,
The undersigned is the Sole Mannfactnrer of BUR
ROW’S IMPROVED BEAD BLOCK, for Saw Mills.
Patent applied for.
F. E. TIMMONS
desires to call the attention of those wanting the
above articles to those of
HIS OWN MANUFACTURE.
They are the Mills that will cot the Lumber; are
powerful rad durable, and will give satisfaction in
every particular. Call and examine them, at the
Foundry rad Machine Works, No., 170 Fenwick tt.,
opposite the Tower.
F. E. TIMMONS.
A supply of material rad a competent wokman to
execute all work ordered.
F. B. TIMMONS.
Steam Pumps. Steam Fittings, famished at short
F. A TIMMONS.
ANTI FRICTION METAL.
The very beat kind of METAL for heavy or fast
bearings. Warranted to give entire satisfaction.
Made only by
F. E. TIMMONS,
Foundry and Machine Works,
opposite Water Tower.
Paper Mill Machinery.
Drying Cylinders, Calendar Rolls, Rag Cotton,
Ac., Ac., for Paper Mills, bnilt to order.
F. E. TIMMONR.
With Facilities Unsurpassed,
North or South, he feels confident that he can give
entire satisfaction to all who will give him a call.
F, E. TIMMONS,
No. 170 Fenwick street.
Opposite the Water Tower.
In'the following First-Class Companies:
Colnmbia Fire Insurance Company, of Now York capital.
Fulton “ “ “ .. ....$600,000
ExeeUor « “ «
Springfield “ •' ... 260.000
Patnnm ■ •' “ •• - of Hartford 300,000
Golf State “ “ of TaUaha*ee...V.V sfktyooo
Travelers’ of Ha it ford
' - -
**Wino And Fire.
Homr T Tn?l! I ,‘“ nranc ® Company of Virginia
Geolvia insurance Company of Alabama * $500,000
Georgia Home Insurance Company, OrfnrnbuT "’S , 200*00
- ■ •-••••-- 360,000
... . - • 1^600,060
__ ° n °I»te*». PoUolew
Great Western, qOteiTKS. .
^ f Commerdtl Mutual, or New York.
M tf AABON WILBUR. Anerrt,
So- 88 Bay Street.
ORFF * WATKINS,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS
IN ATaTj ITS BB Aignmaim
111*113 Congress St, Savannah.
Id Rent r
GOOD rad convenient Storehouse for Rent.-
. Apply at 194 Bay street. j5-tf
erences given. Apply at 207 Bay street.
IINYILLE & GLEASON,
.hii r :v/ . . ■>
St. Julian Street, West of Market,
MERRITT, WALCOTT A CO.,
64 CoiriM Street New York.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Rett Screws, .Taps find Dias,
ue, Ac., and dealer* in all ktads sf Rttiroad. 8tt»b*
, Tarnish, Paint,
nned and Robber
j rad Riveting Ham-
Nails. Circular and
ittes. fiteaii lod Wb
Engines and Saw Mills of oven
Also Aerate for A. P. WOOD
ship ud Engineer'
Hemp and Bobber
Belting, Brans Fitting*, d
men, Files, Chisels, Gan
Gong Saw*, Pomp*, Steam
tar Gnagen, Staaa* ‘
A CO.'S celebrated Portable i
2000 BUSHELS PRIME CORE,
nr _ r _
cor-. Bay rad Abercpnuta,
PACKER AND RE-PACKEB OF COTTON,
Wool, Hides, IU**, Jw**, etc.,
inf! nnn BUSHELS of Palma Ohruti Seed, the
llA/iwUv present season. I will pay cash for
this amount, at three dollars per hundred pounds,
rad loan the best seed for planting, also bag* to de
liver the crop In Savannah. Estimate of yield to
each band, $1,320 to $4£20.
Seed and circulars ready, at 12 Stoddard’s Bang«.
m7-6 JOSEPH W. GREGORY.
r TX> load wltb TIMBER (ready . for shipment) in
X Sotilla Rivers. Apply to
TISON A GORDON,
fnS-eodS 96 Bay street.
-DOABD, by Msrch 27th, for a gentleman rad his
X> wife—In a private fhmily, where there are no
other boarders preferred.
Leek Box 132. m6
Dissolution of Copartnership.
r pHE firm of Dxialynskl A Slager is this day dis-
1 solved by mntnal consent,
Mr. Philip Dxialynski Is alone authorized to re
ceive and receipt Tor the late firm.
The ; business will be hereafter conducted, at the old
stand by' ,
flO-lm PHILIP DZIALYN8KT
T HE firm of Warren A Plater is this day dissolved
by juntaal' consent. Mr. Z. C. Warren having
withdrawn from the concern, Mr. & P. Platner as
sume! all liabilities, and will continue the buslnessr
Z. C .WARREN.
m2 E. P. PLAINER.
I have this 1
partner. The bti
under the name s
. „„ Mr. C. H. Boeworth as a
h%flf be hereafter carried on
f Plataer-A Boaworth. —
T H 5
copartnership of Colby, Millen A Co., at Da
rien, Ga., is this day dissolved by mntnal con-
CHABLE8 L. COLBY A CO.,
. WALLACE H. MILLER, y ;
J W. HEVITL Of the fim of Nevit, Lathrcp A
e Rogers, has asoodated himself with Lalhrop A
Co. to the Dry Goo* tmatogsa, at the old stand of
Jl-tf a- HENRY LATHROP A CO.
AT T OB iSrjiY-AT-LAW,
. Amm4s OilllSll
Practices to the Courts of the Middle Circuits.
LAHOCHE & JOHNSON,
TimberA Lumber Dealers
300 BAY ‘STREET,
TlYE will be prepared to fawMi Paseover Bread,
W and will be glad to see onr old friends qad the
public generally. _ _ , '
Orders promptly filled. . T. .fi y
A. BORCHERT A BON.
AT ST. ANDREW’S HALL.
M*!ef hia Draetog
March6th, at 3X oWlock pcffiu, asd'for Gentlemen
. valuable Lots situated on th.
— °f West Broad and Zubly streets, design
the letters C, E and G. Midtoe Oelethorwv
has a width ’
Erair Lot” has”a**width
inches, and is one hundred rad eighty reetSnSnt?
making ra area or two hundred and twTait^bSr
feet by one hundred and eighty. This woSw !^td
abundant room for the erection of a Hotel of ..SS 1
sive proportions, or for any Und o?
For ray of which pnrpoaes these lOtsareffiJriMv’siT
nated, being near to theOentral Hatiroad Dlatt.^i
on one of the principal streets or thectijT
—' —n~*~~ —“**' «*“d plj
No. 3 i, Franklin Ward, on Bromrhton
Mrad of Great Warsaw, SC twT?h“4ra
Qfi^eod Of estate of p.
THE BEST INVESTMENT IN GEORGIA.'
V A LUABLE
COTTON, CORN AND RICE
altuatLfin'rS.^^^ 1 . valnable Plantation.
te °P« n . and bSdoS
i ™ 01 * ictlfteb prodnee* tlie finest dsscrlp-
'opjgfQtton—eqnal to that raised on there
c “ e > P®** 1 ®*. rad au Sonthei
100 Acres #f Choice
The improvement are those nd
first-class plantstfons. Accommoda:
operatives. Good .fwo-stoiy dweiltort
bles, Ac., barns, rice house, cribs, Aa, HR There i
a steam engine on the place that does not belong 1
lt,jw*c*n be bought from Its owner.
For farther parflcnlart, apply to
B. C. WADE A CO,
Savannah. Ga., or to
J, D. DELANNOY,
Plantations on Ocmulgee
Hirer, Jn Irwin Co.
A PLANTATION containing about 2,000 acres, 600
of which is under good (race, On this place
there Is a good Dwelling with .outbuildings. Barns.
Stables, new Gin Honse, and Packing Screw, with
gwd, quarters for, so hands, and one of the. best
oed Landings this side of HawktasviUe.”A portion
Weom lost year rad yielded
$0 bUshvls to the mwo
lOO head CaMie, 20Q do. Sheep anda large stock
of Hog* Will be Sold attire same time, if desired.
In-Coftte. amnty, Plantation containing about
1500 acres, mid-poMentog all the advantages of the
above one. Far further particulars, apply to
’ J^GUILMARfErA CO.,
Wo. 148 Bay street.
cofinty; Hear the Wattlranrvtile Station of the Atiari-
tks A Utof Bood. Ihe soid iaad can be bought for
W. H. BACON.
Two Wooden Dwellings off Congress (tree
between Abercsfn aadlineoin streets.
j-7-tf BRYAN, HABTBIDGE <£ CO.
SIX" BALES SEA ISLAND BAGGINC
FpllDYCB,^ ASPEBSQN A jArHEY.
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