muio I lllb l mill
THE DAILY REPUBLICAN.
BY JAMES R. SNEED.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1869.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN CITY AND COUNTY.
FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
EON. HORATIO SEYMOUR,
OF NEW YORK.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT:
MAJ. GEN, FRANK P. BLAIR,
STATE ELECTORAL TICKET.
FOR THE STATE AT LARQI5
Gee. JOHN D. GORDON, of Fulton.
Ron. JOHN T. CLARKE, of Randolph.
Gen. W. T. WOFFORD, of Bartow.
T. M. NORWOOD, of Chatham.
FOR TDK DISTRICTS*
1. JOHN C. NICUOLS, of Pierce.
2. Col. CHARLES T GOODE, of Sumter.
3. R. J. MOSES, of Musoogoo.
4. A. 0. BACON, of Bibb
5. Maj. J. B. CUMMING, of Richmond.
6. U. P. BELL, of Forsyth.
7. Col. JAMES D. WADDELL, of Cobb.
1. J. H. HUNTER, of Brook..
2. WILLIAM 0 FLKMINU, of D«catur.
3. W.D. TUGGLE, of Trouf.
4 Dn. HENRY WIMBERLY, of Twiggs.
6 Gen. D. M DiiBOSE, of Wllkoi.
6 GARRETT McMILLAN, of Hoborehim.
7. Ool. V. A. 0ASK1LL, of Fulton.
FOR CONGRESS-FIRST DISTRICT,
JUDGE A. H. HANSELL,
OF THOMAS COUNTY.
NOTICE TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS.
We give notico that all subscriptions to tho Re
publican, made prior to the doath of the late pro
prietor, expired on the 6th instant, and all to whom
we send tho paper will bo oxpccted to pay from that
date. We bought nono of tho debts of our prede-
. tenor, nor is the administrator at liberty to compen-
' us for filling out his contracts for subscription;
consequently, parties who have paid in advance will
havo to look to tho estato for the return of thoir
money. This may look a littlo hard, but it is not
our fault. It is tho result of a sale undor tho law
ifter the doath of tho owner insolvent. Each sub-
Uriber who has paid In advanco may loso a fow dol
lars, not to bo felt, whilo to remedy the slight hard
ship, tee would havo to pay out thousands on con
tracts in which wo havo not a farthing’s interest.
We feel sure this simple statement of tho case
irill bo satisfactory to every reasonable mind, so far
As the present proprietor is concerned, and trust that
All the old subscribers of the Repurlican will
promptly respond to our ndvance terms, and enablo
us to continuo the paper to them. To this end we
shall oontinue sending it to all whose namos appear
on our books until the 1st of Novembor.
By an arrangement with the administrator, nil
existing contracts for advertisements will bo com
pleted by tho purchaser, the administrator collecting
op to the 6th instant, and tho remainder to be paid
to ourselves. If preferred, wo are prepared to mako
new contracts, commencing with the dato of sale.
A number of bound volumesof tbo Rei'L’bliias
are missiDg from our library, and persons having
them in possession will greatly obligo us by return
ing them forthwith.
From this dato tho Republican will be issued on
Sunday instoad of Monday morning. PeraonB
served by tho carrier, and desiring a change in tbo
•• will clcase leave no
tice at our counting room.
Atlanta Constitution.—Wo take groat pleasure
In calling attention to the prospectus of this paj-cr,
to be found in our columns. Tho Constitution is
in all respects consistent with its n&mo and motto.
It is edited by Colonol Carey W. Styles, well known
in this section of the Stato, and Is one of tho abloat
and liveliest of our Southern exchanges. Being
published at the present capital of the Stato, we re
commend it as an oarly and reliable modium of
what Is transpiring at tho political centro.
DeBow’s Review and the American Journal of
the Medical Sciences, for October, havo boon ro-
•eived, and are oxcollent numbors of those vnluablo
Snow.—Whilo wo in this latitude aro enjoying
the balmly weather of early autumn, tho tolograph
reports sovere cold and snow storms throughout tho
North yesterday. We shall probably foci its effects
to a more or loss dogroo within tho noxt forty-eight
Oen'l Howard will give the result of his South
ern tonr in a series of lectures this winter. He says
the Southern people aro misled mainly by their
newspapers and a lew bad and ambitious leaders.
He believes the masses love the Union, and would
lire and die for it if let alono.—Radical Paper.
There is no doubt of it—if "lot alono" by just
such men as General Howard, who alone aro keep
ing the Southern people out of tbo Union, ana by
their wrongs and persecutions alienating them from
it. Tei, just let us alone, and make the Union our
proteetor Instoad of oar oppressor, and no man will
be found in the South to raise his band or open bis
Ups against it.
Scrivkn Sui'Ehior Court.—Oc account of the
Presidential election taking place on Tuesday of
the Court week, the Augusta Chronicle and Scnti
ml learns that Court will not sit until Wednesday
of tho rogular Court week—the day after the elec
The Clerk has been instructed to adjourn the
Court from day to-day, until Wednesday, whon
Judge Gibson will be present and proceed with the
The Macon 'Telegraph opposes the erection of a
ootton press in that city, as an investment, and says
if compressing had been of any advantage to the
railroads, the Central would have long since bad
one at their depot in East Macon.
Tjba steamship Texas, bound from Indianola for
New Orleans, with a errgo of live stock, is supposod
to have gone down in the late gale, as she has not
ainoe been heard from.
From Mnxico—Santa Anna.—Havana, Octo
ber 13.—Additional advices from Mexico state that
Colonel Padilla, the reputed agent of Santa Anna,
has been captured, with documents on his person
allowing that he intended to excite revolution. The
•ffioial organ at the capital says publio works will
now bo pushed forward, especially the completion of
railroads from the capital to Luca, and from that
place to Cuernavaoa. A bill bas been introduced
Into the national Congress providing for jury trials,
pnbllo education and general reform.
New Captain General of Cuba.—General
Duke, who has been appointed Captain General of
Cuba in place of General Lersundi, was formerly
Captain General of Cuba, and more reoently was
one of the seven generals who were banished by
Queen Isabella. The fact that the Cubans in Spain
wUl be permitted to choose two members of the
Junta is a concession which indicates that Cnba
will be invited to send representatives to tbo con
stitutional assembly. '
Radical Registration in Arkansas and Ten
nessee.—Tho Memphis Avalanche says.:
In Arkansas tbo Radical Governor, it scorns, has
the same power ovor the registration of voters that
Brownlow has in this Stato ; and, what is more to
the point, be is now using that power in the same
villainous way, and for tbo same villainous purposes.
Every county known or strongly suspooted to be
Democratic, is "rulod oat,” "skipped,” or only par
tially registered. Here in Tonnessee, a Democrat
ic candidate for Congress has withdrawn from the
oaBvassin the Maury county District, for the rea
eon that he finds it hopeless to compote with these
infamous Gubernatorial registration frauds. Reg
isters openly proclaim that they “will register no
nan Who will not vote for Grant and Colfax.” If
• register shows the least disposition to be honost
tad Impartial, ho is at once removed by the Govern
or, and a known scoundrel put in his placo. Three,
|gd similar frauds, are going vn ail over the £outb.
Wa hope the subscribers to the Republican, and
etpooially those residing in Bavannab, will sustain
us in our chango of publication day from Monday
to Sunday. We are fully aware that there are ob
jections to a Sunday paper, but none, we feel sure,
that should wolgh a feather in the scalo with tho
great moral consideration of continuous Subbath
work from year to year in order to got out a Mon
day’s paper. We have done enough of this sort of
labor in our timo, and desire, for a number of rea
sons ontirely satisfactory and even imporativo
to ourselves, to devote the Sabbath in future to
other purposes than the struggles of every dny lifo
A Christian community shculd sustain us in this good
Intention. We wish to be understood as spoaking
solely (pr ourselves; others may hold different views,
and wo shall have no controversy with them.
Our Sunday odition, besides the current nows of
the day, will, so far as our room will allow, bo do
voted to subjects that are legitimate for Sabbath
day’s contemplation. In this respect wo bopo to
make it an instrument of good and a welcome visi
tor to every fireside.
Wo would bore suggost to business men general
ly, that as the Sunday paper will havo a city circu
latlon several hundred greater than any other is
sue of the week, and the people will hnvo more time
to read it, advertisements that appear on that dny
will possess a peoaliar advanlngo. This is a fact
not to be ovorlookod.
Tho proclamation of tho President, setting apart
Thursday, tho 25th day of Novembor, proximo, to
bo observed by all tho pooplo of tho United States
as a day for publio praise, thanksgiving
and prayor, appear* In oar columns to-day.
The causes moving to this proposod recognition of
Divine powor and goodness, are beautifully and
forcibly sot forth in the Proclamation. Tho boun
tiful harvests vouchsafed from the earth, the pro
gress of national enterprise and Industry, and the
fraternal relations that subsist bctwcon us and tho
rest of mankind, with tho prospoct of n long con
tinuance, aro certainty reasons for thankfulness and
praise to the Almighty Powor that shapes tho des
tiny of both nations and men. Wo Bomohow, too,
ohorish a presentiment, if not a conviction, that our
national troublos at home aro approaching a period
that tho demon of Discord will soon bo banished
the land, and peace and prosperity reign ihrough-
out our borders. Wo beliovo the national heart is
sick of strifo; that all fcol sensibly tbo depression
of a nation at enmity within itself, and that, what
ever mny bo tho fnto of party, tho groat honrt of
tho peoplo will riso up and demand that dissensions
shall ccaso. Potential as tho voico of Gud, at least
under our Republican theory, nono will daro diso-
boy its bchrsts,
Wo therefore are disposed to regard the Presi
dent’s proclamation ns not inopportune, nnd would
urgo upon all the poople of tho South tho duty of
responding to tho summons.
RADICAL FAIKNKSS TOWARD TIIF.
Tho following paragraph appears, editorially, in
the Now York Times, a paper that at least has
seme pretension to character and a regard f< r truth;
The freedom of speech that is allowed in floorgia
is of rather a peculiar kind. If a sheriff rides out
on the road nnd notifies a procession cf Republicans
that ,; tho citit-ns" of the place to which they aro
going will not permit “Radical speech-making," tbo
procession is bound to turn about and disperse at
once; and tho littlo formality of tbo sheriff is sup
posod to afford legal authority for whatever "the
citizou” tuny do in the off rt to etd^rco their decree
against ‘‘Radical speecu-making - ’ Generally they
tiro into the procession —kill sotuo, wound more
nnd scattor tho rest By a curious coincidence
these processions ore generally made up of negroes.
This paragraph refers, we suppose, to tho unfortu
nate affair at Camilla, and is of a kind with many
such, that aro put forth by the Radical press of the
North to irritate the putdic mind ng.iiutt the South
and carry tho elections. Nothing cf tbo character
set forth has occurred in Gcorgio, or cisowhere in
the South, to the best of our knowlcd.ro nnd belief.
There was no objection inida to "lUiditnl speech-
making" at Camilla, but siuipiy protest against
an armed mob entering tho town for political pur
poses, contrary to the laws of tho State nnd a recent
proclamation of our Radical Governor forbidding
such assemblages, nnd directing the civil officerj to
im.ipv.. >u...?.,uiuuii>y iiiiu prevent mem. me
shoriff of tho county distinctly stated his lawful
mission, and ns-ured them that if they wcul 1 lay
nsido their arms no objection would be made to
thoir mooting and speaking in tho town. This is
testified to by tho shoriff and tboso who rc om-
paniod him, and it is not contradicted by a single
witLose. This proposition tho mob refused, nod
marched into town with the greatest disorJor, where
the collision occurred, caused solely by the acci
dental and harmless discharge of a pistol in tho
hands of a drunken mtn, whereupon tbo nogroec
fired indiscriminately upon the citizens.
Such aro tho facts, nnd tho editor of tho Times
must have known them, if he rend the report, when
bo wroto tho article quotod and wholly porvorted
them. If ho had not road them, his care is moro
pitiably mondacious still, for ho had no right to
mako tho charge without enquiry into tho facts.
We aro a close observer of evonts, a id havo yet
to boor of tbe first instanco in tbo Stato of Georgia
wbero Radical speaking was interrupted by tho op
“MASSING ON THE CENTER.”
Under this caption tho Nashvillo Union and
American has a word of encouragement to tho De
mocracy. It says: “Tuesdny’s wus a heavy en
gagement, but tbo fighting was not general along
tho wholo lino. Tho enemy unused on his center,
and hold the field after a desporato ttiugglo. In
November, tbo Hanks will be engaged in holding
thoir own. Now York and New Jcraey will vole at
home, and so will IllinuU nnd MicLignn. Tho -Jews
as a class” (seo Grant’s order) will stack thoir arms
and will rofueo to light as well as to trade in tho
lines of any of his departments. Tho Irish and
Gorman corps will deolino to inova under Colfax’s
Know Nothing orders. Andrew Johnson says the
forces of both sides shall deploy over tho entire
field. The l’otomac, tho Mississippi and tho Rio
Grande will all le linos of communication and of
offenoe nnd dofence. New England and Boston will
not be able to buy any more negro substitutes. The
Pacific reserves of the Democracy will bo in. Let
Democrats hold thoir ranks, ‘trust in Uod and keep
their power dry ’ A repulse is not a defeat.”
—Mrs. Sobistian Caro, of Pensacola, recently
died at Greenville, Ala.
—The Ocaia Banner says that the cotton crop of
Florida will not oxcecd that of last year.
—James L. Wycho, for somo years a Commis
sioner of Madison county, and Isuue Bunting, have
recently died in Madison county, suys the Messen
ger of the 2d inst.
Congressional Election —Tho election for Con
gress in Florida is to take placo on tho last Tuesday
in Deocmber, which will be the 29th day of that
—The East Florida Banner, published at Ocala,
oomplains of tbe ootton thieving that jj done on n
small scalo in that vicinity, in tho night time, nnd
says that several negroes hare boen shot within the
past week, while in the act of stoaling.
Resignation as Attorney General—Supreme
Court.—James D. Westcott, Jr, rccigned bis posi
tion as Attorney General on tho l&tn instant, and
accepted that of Associate Justice of tho Supreme
Court, and qualified as such the same day. The of
fice of Attorney General, therefore, is lor the pres
Farms in Florida.—Returns received nt the
General Lrnd Office in Washington show that dure
ing the past month fifty four farms,} embracing
4,699 acres, were added to the productive area ol
the Stato of Florida, by Icotiting at tbo land office at
Tallahassee, under the operation of tbe homestead
act of June 21, 1866.
To the Editors of the Liverpool hfercury^
Gentlbmen:—Judging from the uniottlod and
fitful state of the cotton market, it might naturally
be supposed that the supply available for this uoxt
yoar was likely to prove greatly in excess of the
necessities of consumers. I think that an exami
nation of the position of matters will entirely dis
pel any suoh ideas.
At this period last year the favorite crop figures
vurlod from 2,600,000 to 3 000,0001 bales, and yet
with evory advantage, both as regards weather nnd
labor, the actual yield (excluding old cotton) did
not provo much, if any. over 2,400,000 bales.
There is not tho slightest ground for assuming
that a larger quantity can bo gathered this year;
whilo, on the other hand, there is tho positive oer-
tainty that, with an early frost, tho yield must
provo considerably loss. Tho ‘ bears" will doubtless
make the most of the fact that the reooipts at the
American ports during tho first throe months of this
season are likoly to prove largely in excess of lost
year, and they will try to induoe people to boliezo
that this faot indicates that the crop wUl be a much
larger one than tho lust, but a moment's reflection
must at once dispel any such theory; for, indepen
dent of the faot that the rooeipts are no indication
of tbo actual yield (as a reference to tho ootton ta
bles, showing tbe woekly rocoipts before the war,
will clearly show), there were many reasons why
tho receipts during the early part of last yoar woro
unusually high t amongst othors, I may mention
the prevalence of tho yellow fevor at New Orleans
and Texas, and tho operations of the Cotton-tax
Turning to India, tho future does not look prom
ising Ail the authorities are unanimous in stating
that a smaller area of ground is under cultivation,
while it is notorious that the woathor during the
sowing season was must unpropitious, especially In
the Northwest provinces, whoro it is questionable if
tho duinago done can be oven partially repaired ; so
that there is dearly uothing in tho position of tbo
growing crops to causo tho slightest alarm to holders
Let us lock to available supplies. On tha 19th of
September tbo stocks of ootton in all Europe were as
Rest of Europe...
showing a deficiency of stocks on band of -136,700
bales, ns compared with 1667, nnd 647,900 bales, os
compared with 1666 ; when cotton ruled at 15d per
pound, nnd tho estimates of crop were 3,600,000
bales. Last yoar tho failure of the Royal, and tho
questionable solvency of several other of our local
banks, created a pressure which caused prices to de
cline to a point which the subsequent riso to 13 l-4d.
in April proved to be wholly unwarranted. From
this time forward the position of car visible supplies
will show a mush larger deficit, as oompared even
with 1SC7, corsequont upon tho shipmonts from In
dia after June being on a much smaller scale this
year than last
Now let us lock at tho probable import of cotton
PRODABLE IMPORT TO 31ST DECEMBER.
America, estimated same es lost year.... 140,000
Brazil say 150,000 in excess of ail last
Egyptian, saiuo us last yoar 49.U00
West India, samo as last year 19,000
East India, everything at sea to date 630,000
This would give us a supply of 67.000 bnlcs per
week, samo as last year, and leavo us with a stock
of 275 000 halos on the 31st December noxt, against,
447,000 bales same time Inst year. It is quite Jm
uiatcriul whether wo receive a mailer or larger sup
ply Horn America thi« year, as any surplu* received
must necessarily be at the expenso of our supply for
next year. I would also call your attention to the
fact that, in estimating tho exports, I have allowed
tho deficit in export to date, and assume that tho
total consumption of cotton on the continent this
year, with ponco, will only bo the sumo ns it wa.*
luri year with war in apprehension nearly tbo whole
A reference to tho oxport tabic will show that tbo
deficit of the takings from this port so far arc, as
noariy as possible, compel sated lor by tbo excess of
shipments made direct from America, India, Ao.,
this year ; so that if the consumption of tho conti
nent is tho sumo, tboy would require to tako from
this market tho same quantity us they did last yoar.
Although, looking nt tho small Surat supply likely
to bo available after December, and recalling t<>
intud tho pinch experienced in tho spring of this
year, it is scarcely probablo that they will cliso the
year with tho famine stock which thoy held oa the
31st December last. Tho above figures aro oer-
tainly very strong in themselves, especially when
wo remember that there are only fifteen weeks re
maining in tho year, and that last year we closed
with a stock of only 447,000 bales, which was re
duced in February last to 266,000 bales. Tho fact
is that for tho lust three yeara wo have been con
suming moro cotton than tho world haB proluced.
up; "n~uio'"surpTu.i ‘sices? ol ’’tVio world” To Tile’"enor
mous extent of 330,000 bales, while tho cobsump
ii..n in Kuropo during that period exceeded the im
port by 630 000 bales, and I cun see no prospect
u! a »’<>p being put to Ibis exhuustivo prieess du
It ia universally admitted that tho position of cot-
tou 'u overwhelmingly strong Why, then, should
our market be in tbo unhealthy position in which it
is ] A fail now is certain to produce a reaction, and
by luring spinners into a belie! of security und low
prices, consumption will bo fostered to an extent that
must inevitably produce a repetition of the excite-
rncut of April Inst Purely such fluctuations can
benefit no one but speculators ; they suck up tho
lilo blood ol legitim ile traders by rendering their
operations hazard ms and uncertain. Of coureo I
am alive to tho tact that tho lower level prices settle
down to the better for every one concerned in tho
trudo; but any decline to be permanent and benefi
cial must be legitimate, which certainly would not
be tbo case were prices forced down at tho present
Yours, Ac., Facts
Liverpool, September 21, 16G3.
Methodists Rejoicing Over the Election —
Boston, October 14.—At the Convention of Massa
chusetts Methodist Churches, in session to-day, tho
Rev. Gilbert Haven proposed singing, " Praise God
from whom all blessings flow” in thankfulness for
what be termed tbe great victories in behalf of
oace and righteousness which bad been aohieved in
Ibio, Pennsylvania and Indiana.
Tho proposition was received with shouts of
11 Hallelujah!” *‘ Amen !” and tbe anthem wos sung
with groat enthusiasm.
The North East and South West Alabama
Raihoad —We learn from a card in the Tuscaloosa
Monitor from Robert Jemison, President of the
above road, that arrangements have been made for
its consolidation with the Wills’ Valley Railroad
Company, undor the ownership of Northern capital
ists- with Governor Patten as President of tbe con
solidated company—who expect to finish the entire
road, from Chattanooga to Meridian at an early
Tlmnkrgir ing Proclamation by the Presi
Washington, October 13 —Tho President has is
sued a proclamation appointing Thursday, Novem
ber 26th, as a diy of thanksgiving, as follows;
By the President of the United States of Amet ica
in tho year which is now drawiug to its end, tho
art, tho skill and tbe labor of the people of tho Uni
ted States have beon employed with grantor dili
gence and vigor, and on broidor fields than ever
before, and the fiuits of the earth have boon gath
ered into tho granary und tho storchouso in marvel
ous abundance. Our highways have boen length
ened and new and prolific regions havo been occu
pied. Wo are permitted to hope that long pro
tracted political and sectional dissonsions are at no
distant day to give place to reluming harmony and
fraternal affection tnroughout the Republic. Many
foreign States havo entered into liberal agreements
with us. whilo nations which are far off, and which
heretofore hayo boon uasocial und exclusive, havo
bccomo our fricuds.
Tho annual poriod of rest which wo havo reached
in health nnd tranquility, and which is crowned
with so many blessings, is, by universal consent, a
convenient und suitablo ono for cultivating personal
piety nnd practicing public devotion.
I, therefore, recommend that Thursday, tho 26tb
day of Novembor next, be set apart and observed
by all tho peoplo of the United Statos ad a day for
public praise, thanksgiving and prayor to tho Al
mighty Creator and Divine Ruler of tho uuivorso,
by whoso ever watchful, merciful and gracious
providence alono, States, no less than families and
individual men, do live and luovo and havo thoir
In witness whereof I havo hereunto set my hand
and caused the seal of the United States to be af
Done at tho city of Washington this twelfth day
of October, in tho yoar of our Lord ono thousand
night hundred and sixty-eight, and of the indepen
dence of tho Unitod States tho ninety-third.
By the President: Wm. II. Skwaru, Secretary of
have Anally been looutod near T. 0. Nisbet’s mill.
They havo purchased and have had deeded from tho
8tate about fifteen acres each.
Tho lots lie close to each othor, are nearly level,
end well adapted for the purposes for which they
will bo used.
The Rumored Plot to Assassinate the
[Washington Correspondence New York World, Oo-
Considerable oxoltemeat exists here to-day among
those who havo obtained possession of tbe nows over
supposed development of a plot said to be for
ie time In preparation in this city to procure the
....issination of President Johnson. Yoatorday
evening a lrlend of the President's went to tho cur
rency printing division of the Treasury Department
and asked fora man named Frank D. Evans, anight
fireman to the engines of the printing division,
stating that ho was wantod at tho White Uouso
Mr. MoCartee, tho superintendent of the printing
division, being absent, Mr. Larmar, the chief engi
neer, gave permission for Evans to leave his work
Mr. Evans was taken to tho house of Colonel Wil
liam O. Mooro, tho President’s privato secretary,
whoro he was oxamlned as to what ho know of the
assassination plot. His story looks remarkably like
a faiso alarm, and can be briefly repoated: Last
spring Evans and bis wife were boardiug at the
houBO of his brother-in-law, named Himebur, in
in Twonty-flrst street, First ward, of this city,
Uimebur was formoily a Confederate offioor, but is
now an intense Radical, and bolds an office under
our city authorities. Ono night, duting the im
peachment excitomont, Illmebur, in tho prosonco of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Evans and his own wlfo, stood up in
bis own parlor and displayed with great flourishing
an Amoric&n flag. This flag, ho said, had boen
givon him by General Butler as one of a company
of conspirators organized for tho assassination of
President Johnson. Evans said be foil alarmed
at tho disclosure und did not know how to act--
whether to tell tho President or not. Finally
ho resolved to leave Himebur’s houio, and went
to bousokooplng for himself. But tbe fear of fatal
results from tho conspiracy 8*111 bauntod hiui, and
ho told several friends tbe story of Butler and his
flag. Evans says that his wifo as well as himsolf
was prepared to swear to its truth, llimobur, it ap
pears, was captain of a negro company, composed of
fifty moD, whom ho drilled evory night, and those
negroes were supposed to bo in tbo plot. Colonel
Mooro told the President something about tbo con
spiracy last Sunday, while out driving with his Ex
cellency, but tho latter paid no attention whatever
to tho matter. Mr Johnson treats tho matter with
indifference Ho ban not seen cither Himebur,
Evans or his wifo at all, and thereioro tho story,
which has been most industriously circulated, that
he seat for Evans to pump him, or ordored him to
be sent to Hancock's headquarters, is entirely er
roneous. The whole story is evidently a piece of
extravagance on tho part of Himebur, magnified
and perhaps embellished by tbe fears and imagi
nation of Evans. By somo friends of the President
it is regarded in a mure sorious light., Tboy believe
that a conspiracy really did exist about tho time of
tho impeachment, but that it failed to ripen in tiuio,
ami that now all danger is past, and that nothing is
to bo gained by Beriuus investigation. Others say
that Evans and Himebur havo been unfriendly, and
that tho story was invented by Evans to injure the
other. Your correspondent had a talk with tho
President this afternoon on tho subject, and found
him not in tho least disturbed.
Wo learn that tho funeral of General Cobb in
Athens on Thursday last was the largest and most
imposing coremony of tho kind ever witnessed in
Tho special train from Savannah which convoyed
his remains reached Athens early Thursday morn
ing, in charge ol an escort, composed of delega
tions from bavannab, Muoon, At lent a and Augusta,
and a largo number cf the special friends of tho dc-
coiscJ, who joined them at tho different points on
All tho business houses, offices and store
Athens were closed during the dny, and the country
pooplo for miles around the town entno in to pay
this last sad tribute to tbeir departed friend.
Tho procession to the cemetery was composed of
the special escort before alluded to, tho members of
tbe Masonic Lodge, tbe UJ1 Fellows’ Lodge, the two
Societies of tho State University, tho members of
the liar, ttie President and Professors of tho Uni-
venity, the Clergy and citizens generally ol Athens
and the adjoining counties.
Religious oxcrciscs woro conducted by tbo Rev.
Mr. Flinn, for a long timo Chaplain of General
Cobb’s command in Virginia, the Kov. Mr. Warren,
tho p uuor ol tho Baptist Church in Macon, and tho
Rev Mr. Key, of the Methodist Church. Tho ser
mon of Mr Hirm was an eloquent and feeling trib-
u'e to tbe virtues and excellencies of Gonor.il Cobb's
character, and its kind and touching sentiments met
a hearty response from tho griei-strickon communi
ty which crowded around tbo bier of their esteemed
nnd veneratod friend. Although Gonor.il Cobb had
m>t made an outward profession of religion, it is
known that for months post he has been anxiously
seeking that consolation which ulono ia found in tho
sen ice of tbo Lord and the practice of His precepts.
While at the N*-rih ho had announced to the mem
ber-' "f his f-.tllilv who wore then wilt. him. •*»<»'»»
termination, as soon as He returned tu-me, to put ou
tho habiliments of Christ by uniting himself to tbo
Baptist Church, ©t which his wife was a member.
Fow mtn have ever lived in Athotis who so on
denred themselves to tho whole feoplo as General
Cobb. An 1 the deep and pervading grief of the
entire population of the city showed how much and
how well thoy loved him. Each person, male and
female, in that long procession, wept over bis bier
as though it rontait.ed tho reinuius of a dear rela
tive Even tho innocent prattle of the little rhil
dren wus hushed in tho presenco cf that grief-
stricken community, nnd the streets and thoro :gh-
fires of tho city woro ns still nnd silent as the
grave—Auguita Chronicle and Sentinel.
Assistant Commissioners Relieved — Tho fol
lowing named otiicers havo been relieved from duty
89 Assistant Commissioners of tbe Freedinon’s Bu
reau for tho States opposite thoir respective names;
Brevet Brigadier Genoral C C. Sibley, Georgia;
Brevot Major General W. A. Niles, North Carolina;
Colonel John T. Sprague, Florida; Major John R.
Lewis, Colonol forty-fourth Infantry, relievos Gene
ral Sibley, and Captain <korgo W.’ Gilc, Lieutenant
Colonel forty-filth IrtRfntry, relieves Colonel
Sprague, and they have been assigned to duty in
accordance with their brevet rank of Colonol and
GEORGIA RAILROAD MATTERS.
The following items of railroad intelligence, clipped
from tho Maoon Journal and Messenger of yes
terday, potscss interest for many of our readers:
Progress of the Macon and Brunswick Bail•
road.—We learn from tho President that oight hun
dred bands are now at work upon this road, and
that in thirty days the number will bo two thousand
That the road is under contract almost tho entire
distanco, and that many of tho great builders of tho
Stato are at work upon it. Mr. Donmede has the
contract for constructing tbe bridge over the Oc-
muigoe, and ulso for fifteen.miles of tbe road bed
Mr. Grant, and various othor men well known in
connection with the building of roads in Georgia,
are at work.
The whole road will be about one hundred and
eighty-five miles long, of which one hundred and
forty remain to be completed. Mr. Uazlohurst is
fldent of having it finished in ono yoar. The
road ia now progressing with extraordinary energy.
The Macon and Augusta Railroad—A for
ward Step—The Road to be Finished Immediate
ly.—Mayor Obear and George H. Uazlohurst re
turned from Augusta yesterday, where thoy had
been attending a meeting of tho stockholders of tbe
Macon and Augurta railroad.
The meeting was a very satisfactory one With
the aid recently granted by the State, 9300,000, the
aompany has plenty of monoy to go forward and
oompleto the road immediately from Mlllodgeville
to Maon. It was determined to inaugurate the
most aotivo measures to that end, and to finish up
tbe work as fast as men and money can do it
Tbo following officers were elected:
Secretary and Treasurer—J. A S. Milligan
Tbe old Board of Directors woro all re-elocted to
serve for tbe ensuing year.
Brunswick and Augusta Depots,—'Those depots
To the Public.
SAVANNAH GAS LIGHT COMPANY,
Savannah, Oa , 4lti June, 16GS
PrfT Thu Unvunnah Ous Ltuht Company, winhlnij to
supply Gan to its patrons on as cheap tc: .uu as may to
cunslstcut witli a fair retu-u for the- capital ur.J labor
applied In its manufacture, nr.d believing that th-
t»vc business which may lu reasonably expected duiing
the coming winter in ibis ci«y, will cause aa increased
d.tman 1 ; and further, Hist a diminution in price will
induce many to burn yas that have hlthatU) had rc-
course to other tneann of Uluriiinuliou, which aro more
dangerous und Ij«b uiuanly an t convenient, and M.nt
tlio eonssqueut increase will lessen the oust of m<
facture, nnd thus justify tiio Oompany in making a re.
duciion in price.
Therefore, it has been dot-rmlncd that from aid
after the first of November next, consumers will be
supplied at tho rate of I\ve Dollars and Fifty Cents
pur thousand cubic foot, and that a further reduction
of Fifty Vents por thousand feet will he made to all
who uhall pay l ur blits at this ollico wiiliin live days
after presentation. J. F. GILMER,
Notice to Gas Consumers.
nr* You aro reepccifuly Invited tJ cal! atthe office
of tho SAVANNAH IMPROVED GAS LIGHT
COMPANY, corner of Bull and Bay streets, second
floor, butwien the heursof 7 and 8 o’c ock P. M., to
witness and fest th3 improvements tn the il< ht from
common city gus, effected by this Company. With the
stmt light now obtained, t deduction of about 26 per
cent, in the cost may be relied upon.
Til's company has been In oportion about four
months, and we would refer to our present patrons as
to tho genera! satisfaction &lven.
Tbe apparatus is Introduced free of cost.
GKO. W. WYLLY.l’res'dcnL
DiWITT BIIUYN, tfccrotary. anglBly
IT RATO UK LOlt 8 HAIR DYJt—Thli splendid
Hair Dye is tho best in the world; tho only true and
perfect Dyo; harmless, reliable, instnn'anoong; no
disappointment; no ridiculous tints; romodiea tho ill
effects of bad dyce: invigorates and loaves tho hair
•oft and beautiful black or brown. Bold by all Drug
gists and Perfumers; and properly applied at Batch-
•'or’s Wig Factory, No. 16 Bond street, New York.
IMMENSE INCREASE OF SALES.
ALLCOCK’S POROUS PLASTERS.
WHKUK ONK WAB BOLD A FEW YEARS AGO
A THOUBAND AUK BOLD NOW.
They stiengthop, warm andlnv'goratc the port upon
which they are applied, and re'.iovo nervous affections
of tho bowels, lumbago, pains of the side, and usually
all local pains. In alTuctlona of the kidneys they ure
of great service.
(I Nxw Yoa*, November 23,1869.
T. Alloooe Sc Co —Gentlemen: I lately suffored
severely from a woaknesa in my book. Haring hoard
your plasters much loconmonded for eases of this
kind, I procured ono, and the result was all I could
desire. A single Plaster cured me in a week.
Yours respcctfu’ly, J. Q. BUIGGB,
Proprietor of the Brandrelh House.
Principal Agency, Brandroth House, Now York.
Bold by all Druggists. «op22-d4w
TOT ibvr*ST PRICKS IN TOWN AT TOT
UBOTBU04H JOB OfflOl.
Mr. Adams at Charleston.
CuAJiLKHToir, October 17 —A large meeting was
held this ovoning to hoar John Cjuinoy Adams. Mr
Adams said ho bad come hero by invitation, and
therefore folt at liberty to give that most unploasant
of oommodiitea good mlvico. Ho said ho had boon a
free soller, then a Republican, voted for Lincoln'
was a supporter of tho war, nnd an onemy of
slavery. This was his position at the oloso of tbe
war, but thon, whon the Southern people had laid
down their arms and wore ready to como back,
he was reedy to take them by tbe band and receive
thorn. Many of the boat men of the Republican
parly bold the same view. Thon oatno tho thir
teenth amendment abolishing slavery, ratified by
ail the Sonthern States. "Thon tho fourtoonth
amendment, containing a clause disfranchising the
Southern leaders. lie thought the Southern poople
right in rejecting it. Thoy oould do no loss. He
stated that the North bas always considered tho peo
ple of the South who engaged in tho war as robots,
and whon oonquored as prlsonors of war, who had
no rights. Thoy appeal to tbo constitution, but it is
not thoir constitution—they fought against it. And
then the reoonstruotion acts regard the Soutborn
States a3 foreign territory. Tho chief difficulty
between tho Northern nnd Southern people ia not
a difference of opinion; thoy think noariy nlikoi
but unfortunately thoy do not seem to understand
oaoh othor. The peoplo, in a small way, still had the
traditional idea of a Southern man with a dirk in one
hand and a pocket pistol in tho othor; a cigar on
one Bido of his mouth, and a quid of tobacoo in tho
other; indolent and doininoering; intolorant of
any difference of opinion. Since coming down him
self ho found that the newspapers have not told the
truth about the South Ho hail spent revoral days
in intimate concourso with General Wade Hampton,
and said ho has learned bis views of the future, nml
he iB now satisfied that Hampton is no moro of
robol than himsolf (Adams).
He then snid that tbe people of the South must
not expect much from any political party, ff Grant
is elected it will not bo as bard for tho South ns
many here appear to think. They should remem
ber, howevor, abovo all things, that whothor thoy
like it or not, they could do nothing; thoy could not
again go to war. Whoro would they got ammuni
tion, or even bannors 'I Tho policy of tho South is
ponce. Tho North desires nn areurnneo that sla
very will not bo ro established, neither in the old
form nor yot as a punishment for crirno; and there
must bo porfcct freedom cf speech. Thon, and not
till then, can there bo perfect rcconstruc'i m, har
mony and reunion.
IIo spako words of kindness to tho negroes, who
wero present in largo numbers, assuring them that
it was to their interest to eland hy thoir friends
whom they bad known longest, and cot bo carried
away by tho fair premises of carpet-baggere, who
only want their votes. Whon the prosoct questions
aro sottletl, ns they soon must bo, whito would stand
by whito, and black mu-*t go down unless tho no-
grecs abandon their present course, lie said he
was opposed to universal suffrage, but wus oati-fied
that tho people of the South tiro ready to concede
impartial suffrage to whito and black, us in the case
of tho Radical Stato of Massachusetts. With the
extinction of slavery, ho said, all causo for bad fuel
ing between the North and South had passed away,
and ho hopod that scon Mjscychu'e'.tj and S'.uth
Carolina would again stand silo by sido as broiliera
and frioDds, us thoy had duno in the days ol the
Washington, October 17.—Mr. Evarts has re
turned from Now York, uud had nn interview with
tho President nnd Secretary Schofield to day.
Revenue receipts to-day 625u,U0U.
Tho following is tho weekly fin racial statement
of the Treasury: Fractional currency rcccip’s
$516,G0U; shipped to Now Orleans, $100,000; to
Now York, $100,000; to Lauievillo und Cincinnati,
$50,000; each ot the national bunks. $d5U U0U; se
curities hold tor circulating mtiorml bunk notes.
$342,000,000; for public deposits, $33.000,UC0 ; na
tional bank notos issued during tho week. $1J J ,d(/0;
....M ...VUMUUU IV lull Utiiu, <»«:n» : UUU,IHJU ; iruo-
tional currency redeemed during tbo week, $500,-
General Sherman has issuod a field order calling
attention to tho bravery and gallantry ol certain
officers and men of his c.mui.raJ in tbo recent
fights with tbo Indians, and makes special mention
of Colonel Forsyth’s command ot tarty seven scouts,
who fought and repulsed six hundred Indians in
several charges, ki.liug seventy-fire, and maintain
ing their position tor eight days. A number of pri
vates aro mentioned by name as having shown unu
sual bravery on different occasions
DAVtU R. DILLON, BANKEB,
No. 4 Whitaker Street, one door from thsoornsref
dsc29 Bay itrest.
I2T CIUSTADORO’S HAIR DYE.
Old Father Timo takes many a year
To tmn to whito dark colored hair;
But instantly the BXOEL8IOR DYE
Brings back the lint that charms tha oyo;
Ai d Nature owna that cunning Art
Can her own living hues Import.
OBlfiTADOUO’B HAIR PRESERVATIVE.
Oh, liow be vutlfully glossy your hair looks of late,
Maria. Yes, Julia, slnco I have ured Gristsdoro's Ilalr
Presetvatlvo and Banutlller, my hair has improved
wonderfully, ard stopped falling oat altogether.
Bold by Druggists, nnd applied by all Ililr Dress
ers Manuf-io'ory No. 08 Malden Lino. Principal
Di'pnt No. 6 Astor Hours. sep22-di:wlm.
“MANHOOD "—Another new Medioa
pamphlet from the pen of Dr.OUUTIB. The "Medioa
Times" says of this work: "This valuablo treatise on
the cause and cure of premature deciino, shows
health Is impaired through secret abuses of youth and
manhood, and how easily icgnlnod. It gives a clear
synopsis of tho Impediments to marriago, the cause
audeflects of nervous debility, nnd tho remedies there-
for." A pocket edition of tho nbove will be forwarded
on rerolpt ol * i stamps, by addrcssinii Dr. CURTIB,
No. North C'-arlcs st. wiuhtmrton, D. O. may26-ly
O 'FI' E cor u> ol Congress anDrayton streets, Is
o >e.- d.i’.iy in : csiness hours for flttlrg accurately
a twin need scientifically adjusted Spectacles or lye
Classes, nnd idvic • valuable 11 all who sutler witting-
iy ,->r mwiltiogiy from v o ntion of Nature’s laws.
• vui nunc i ot caution is worth a pound of cure."
HENRY B. TOUPEINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
157 BAV STREET,
2Q HALF BALES GUNNY CLOTH ;
26 colls BEST HEMP ROPE;
For sate Ic w t j close the tot.
ocl8-lw WM. H. STARK * CO.
jyjBB, MoQUBKN MoINTOSH Is prepared to fur-
nl»h BOARD, with or without lodgings, at reasonable
rates, at No. 106 Brysn street, t he wou'd cull tho
sttenticn of the business community to her location,
being In the bus'nots cantor of the city.orl8-4’
In the World are
PARIS KID GLOVES.
Ladles and Oent'empn will fin I a Mi and fresh aa
sertment of tkeso brautiful and clrstic Kid Glovos at
ROGERS, DASHER A CO.’S,
Corner Whitaker and Broughton streets.
Commencing Monday Evening, Oct, 10,
SKIFF & GAYLORD MINSTRELS,
Now on their tenth annual tour.
Tho Erolling's Entertainment will conclude wy
PRODUCTIONS OF PANITHIOPOTICONIa
IF* Doors open at 7, performance commencing at $
Parquetto and Dress Clrclo *i
..$5 00 and ft
^ti BOOK-KEEPER or Receiving and Forw*,
tng Clerk, by a gent'eman who has had twenty*
yoare experience In business. Address
oclfl-3t A. B., Ropuh lean < mice
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
S TRAYED f om Bmiok's Stables, corner of Wt
Brood ard Harrison streets, a dark buy M ah
MULE. s ! lgbtly man ; about seven ir eight year* 0
tetweon fourteen and fifteen hands Mgii, and new
reached and trimmed. Tho above reward will be
for her delivery nt said atables
gEA I-JLAND or UPLAND COTTON gio:
promptly ON TOLL, by stonm powor.
CASH paid for unginnol Cotton or Cotton Beed,
.. B. F. T. ROWLAND & CO.,
ocifl-codflt No 2C8 Bay street fnerth side
l-grandfather of Dr. Tobtss introduced
l c VENETIAN LINIMENT in England. It was a
mec.-s« n.'.l’ouvh tho j.ilco was a Guinea a Bottle. His
hie Majesty Wt dtt'a IV. used it for Chronic Uhm-
rn .'.iiin, uiiJ « er.ti.cly cured, after suffering for two
yrm, t.ia attending phys'.c’ans b.-ing unable to efl'ect a
c re, and bo wrote a loiter of thank*, which is now in
! pe*acB«ion of a y uacio In Liverpool. I have offered
: jj'.'O e*. riiug 'o, th»t letter, bat it waa refused. In
I t-,471 ru.itout n iho United States,eu11 ow,in 1868,
the hj • < iciM-cruc. Tciousmdtof femt'lesare never
I will out i'. D is safe and innocent t j apply externally
• or take Internally. For 21 yearn 1 luve warranted tt
i to cure tte following complaints: Cholera, Diarrhea,
liy.vr e;y, Cr-np. Cod'*, Cramps, Vomiting an ] Bea
i d.ekiKHi, taken mtunally, ui)d Chronic Rheumatism,
j ituuo, Cu s, lbuliei, Old H. res. Tojtluihc, Fr.:s*ed
I Ft«-t, tiwo'lhigs, Insecttitivgs and Puir.n In Chest, Back
i -r Limi t* externally It never fat s i i«j-d as direct d ;
orUi.'ler,. or llys-ir.ury it is c.iUin, if used win.n
■\r»t attacked. No one once trying it will ever be
I r.-itiiout it. Hold by Druggists. Price Fifty Cents and
| On «lUifar. D.-pot, 10 Park Place, N. Y.
j hc] 22-da. wl m
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.,
WINES, BRANDIES, Q1NS 3 &C.
AND DEALERS IN
CUolce Old WlilNkiCN,
147 BAY STREET SAVANNAH,
171 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK,
2 AND 4 CUSTOM IWTME. ANI) 66 AND 70
BROAD STREET. BOSTON.
SAVANNAH, SK1DAWAY & SEABOAI
W Tin books of subscription of the ab:ve nac
HVlroad, lnoindlDg the CITY RAILROAD, will
continued open for thirty d<.ysf.o*n date. Buli-
tions are invited and will be rereived by Colonel J
B. OLAOHOBN, Preaid ml, or to W. B.fcY'a.0
Secretory By order of THE BOA HI
Savannah. October 12,1608. ocl8.li
Jl'Sf RECEIVED DV
C. J. BEATTY, Agt,
No. 30 Whitaker St, bctw.en Brauvhton and Stub*
DU.H. J. B OY ALL,
Dhbsde.x, October 17.—Further tumults occurred
hero yosterday among tbe Cuiumissiouers, but wero
Lojdo.n, October 17.—Tho government of Spain
has appointed Rios Uos3.ia Minister to England.
Manchester, October 17.—Tho Chamber of Com
merce will give a banquet to Lord Salisbury on tho
Reverdy Johnson will bo a guost.
General Dulco, who was appointed Captain Gen
eral of Cuba by tho Spanish authorities, has declined
on account of ill hoalth.
Madrid, October 17.—Aquirro has loon made
President of tho Supremo Court.
OFFICE, COR. ST. JULILN ST, St MAHKET SQUARE,
j«27 ly SAVANNAH. GA.
T WKK&TON'B OINTMENT Will cure the itch
Wheaton’# % hutment will cure Bolt Bheum.
Wheaton'* Ointment <•»«■ ‘t 1 ' 1
Wheaton's Ointment cutes all Diseases of tho Bkin
l*nr<* 60 cents; by mitii 60 cents. All Druggists sell
j t. Wssxs 4t Pottbb, Uosion, Proprietor.*
lu order to meet (lie demand
for the neat and |»roui|»t execu
tion of ail varieties of Book and
lob B’rintiiu;, one of
tiORKOVS IMPROVED JOB PRESSES
j lias been introduced into (lie
Press Hoorn of I lie Republican
I lob Office. Additions of new type
| have also jusl been made, uud file
establishment is now better pre-
l»ared (ban ever fiefore to do cvc-
I ry variety of Letter Press Print-
mi;* in the best manner nnd ut the
We invite our patrons to call on
FIGHTING IN CUII\ TI1E HAYM
Havana, Octobor 17.—There is nn official :ra-
nounocment that an encounto had taken place lo-
twoon a band of iusurgeuts and iho Spanish troop.'
at Tunas. Tho former woro defeated.
Telegraphic advices from /fiyti sfato that the
revoluonisti havo had bitter dissonsions among
themselves, tbrou of tho prominent leaders having
been proclaimed president by their respeetivo tnx-js
•Salnavo was gaining ground.
Baltimohb, October 17.—Tho Convention of del
egates from emigrant societies of tho United otatos
for tho promotion of emigration and the protection
of emigrants, met to-day. Business committees
wore appointed, and tho Convention adjourned
Snow Storm North Y«stenlny- - Troop*
Coming South—Peunsyrlvanlu EUctlon.
Rochester, N. Y., October 17.—Two and a half
inches of snow has fallen hero.
Fiiipadeluhia, October 17 —Forty-nino coun
ties, official and tbo balanco reported, givo the Radi
cals ten thousand majority,
Fortress Monroe, Octobor 17.—Threo compa
nies of heavy artillery have departed Southward-
Battery 1, First Artillery for Atlanta,.Georgia; Bat
tery A, Thirtl Artillery, for Columbia, Suuth Caro
lina; Battery C, Fifth Artillery, for Raloigh, North
Philadelphia, October J 7.—Very cold, nnd tbo
first snow ot the season is falling.
New Yons, Oetobor 17.- Ono to four inches of
snow has fallen at Binghatupton, Concord and Wor
cester. Other eastern cities report a blinding snon
from tho northwest.
The Carolina Democrats Endorse General
Lee’s Letter and Qualified Negro Suf
Columbia, Ootobor 16.—Tho Democratio State
Central Executive Club have unanimously adopted
a resolution, presented by Wade Hampton, endors
ing General Lee’s letter to Roeeorans. The sense
of tho club is deoidedly in favor of qualified negro
suffrage. An address to tbo people will doubtless
be issued in a few days.
y ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN—On tho
Errors acd Abusoa incident h Youth aad Early Man
hood, with tbo humane view of treatment and cure,
sent by nail freo of chargo. Address HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box 1’, Philadelphia, Pa.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OY PRINTING DONE
AT THE REPUBLICAN JOB OFFICE
BZT THE CONDITION OF THOUSANDS.—
No npf utile; no refreshing sleep; no cheerful thoughts;
n • d'opoti ion’to .abor; no Itcl'.nnlion for society; no
in'ere.t in anything; no desire to live, even; and yet
■o»p cilh ai'nn nt w.icli can be closiod as a poeitiv
disea-.e, ThouBau Ir, ay, ten* of thousonda, aro in this
co'.d t on—-b i n artyrs of dirabilitic* to which patholo
gy a'P'gna to technical naxo.
Wli la tLo ecurce of ill dr discomfoit, mental and
bj'-Tj ? Touimr or ms Stomach; and crasequent
upon tint, l my nor of the circulation, weakness of the
nerves, an a . 'ended brain What door common sarsc
ingg a' aa a remedy for this deficiency in vi al power l
Clearly, u he vitali/.inu msd cine—romething that
w'!l ftim t! .to tone :»nl susta'ii the broken down oner-
giss of nature. UOUTK L'TKR’d tii'oMAOH BIT-
TBttJ nr el the ca e exsot'y. In this benell ;ent Tox
ic a e cent .ne t a 1 tht Ingied ents r.oceaiary t; charge
lie e -.d tion of'.he Haem, and ; ring the dormant or.
grit into h .-•lthf.tl nct'o.i In the fall of tho year,
whon th? Light dews me chill and heavy, ard the
morn.rg toys are charged with nffatma, the bedy, do-
hilr.atod by the heat* of tuinuier, ia pecuiiariysui-
cep i fa to unwholesome influencei. At till* a>a-on,
of nl 1 o'hots, there'ore, innyoration in require), both
oa a safe u tard ova’nst "ever ftLd airnoand other mala-
run* d.Bjrdv.a, :.-d us a pre-par At ion for the searching
c )'d of wni’er. Dj-spepri.*, bi iou* complaints, nor.
vous <lis -r 'ers, and distressing affectlor a of tho bowels
aro always mors o: Iooh prevalent in Octobor and No-
vember, ard the Mivst and *af»»t me.tna of averting
them i* a coureo of this pure«t, mildest and mmt cfll-
euciuiH of all totilci and a taratlve*.
J^Y OCTOBER 15th, permanently, TWO PLEAS
ANT ROOMS, wiili baarJ, for an o'dorly lady and
ocS-t* E. Y., Republican Office.
1 Kfl BHLH and half-bb's NSW MACKEREL;
v ICO kitH No* 1 a* d 2 Mackerel;
6000 pou ds New Oodtlib.
Now landing and for salo by
HILTON A- RYDER,
o-14-eodft Iff.) Kav Street '
Tho splendid, first class, half„c>lpper
tCjiSV" P KUKUALD ltjLK,
-4mLSKr Hirbist, Master,
mmBKBB will lmo quick dispatch as above.
For iruigbt, apply o
•ep22 t* BRIGIIAM, HOLBT Sc CO.
J »-.' The line British ship
Gsorok Haws, Master,
gGnJEP'Thrco thousand bnlos capacity, Is now
HEP ready for freight, and will have dis
patch. Aoply to
oclO-frlmoc&wed W. M. TUNNO Sc CO.
Tha first o’au American ship
m u ». | . .. Bicxrosn. Master,
Will have qiick diapatch tor the above
port. For freight apply to
T.B. MARSHALL * BBO.,
No. 2 Usrri*’ B ock, Bay street.
J^EMONO, LEMONS, LEMONS-26 loxea choice
Lemons in atom and for sale by J. f. BROWN,
V* and 209 Bay ittcot.
SUGAR, BUTTER, LARD,
Breakfast Bacon, Cordin'*, Cceoae Mess I’ rk, Wines,
Porter, Ale, Syrup, Si.up, tr'liicb, bu t >n Market Beef,
Canned Fruit?, Cocklrg r-oda Fard'np". Cl via, Spices,
Mustard, Pepper, Candle*, Nut* fuilki-’d-i, RhMiii*.
Potatoes, OrioLH, CaM air-H ('raegeo, Appl- r. Lcinom*,
and all kind* of /luita inee.soii, and even ttdi carn
ally kept in a that cluu.4 Fa ily <ir-.c ry Store, allot
which I am now receiving and will con 11 ue to rcei-lve
every week per steamjr from New York amf o'her
markets. o ocl>2w
JjUtOM THIS DATE C. L. COLBY, of New y
on'y, will sign the nonn of the firm in llq iidai:r.r
buulr.tm of C. L. COLBY Sl CO.
CIIA8. L. COLBY.
B. PAGE EDM ANI;.
N«w York, October l*t, 18C8.c<
WM. N. KINO, having returned to tlm
will ut once resume tho practice ol his prof- »*So^.
will be found at bin cfiijc, on South Broad i*:rett
low Bui), ut the usual -. flice hour-*.
and the oitito of John K Hay ...........
iitled Ihit on and afo* Tuevdav, ttth inUv.t/
m.'i u ma«l bo made to the undert-igaed •• \
farther notice ROBERT FALL! -ANT,
Adminis.ralor ad «•<>. o:
osO-ts ktt*t» of Job'* K. U»)
DAILY AND SK.HI-WKKKLY,
CAREY W. STYLES & CO.
Dally Circutntinn Over 3,000.
Semi-Weekly Circulation 16,000*
Dally, per annum *10 (0
Daily, »ix months ;> oo
Dally, ono month I oo
Bern!-Weekly, per annum 3 oo
Bsml-Weekly, six months 160
Sonii-Weekly, tlireo nmflu 1 00
T HE CONSTITUTION U Inters J y DEMOCRAT
IC, and neither pains, enu riulre, m r money will
bo spared, In the tfi’j'ti of the Pr prict. i», lo m:*k>- K
a leading ergan, amt one of tbo first pipers lu the South
"Tho Oonitilution" ha« •• arccly fanl aride !tr tup
tinmal robes, aa3 yet it* ctTcnlut i.n is • q a' to, if i ot
greater, than any po'i leal paper in U* orgu. Tin* un
paralleled succoii is n airily ht.rib'itod to '.he industry
ond ent-rpriso which have cturect-.r!z i Its man:ge-
A* Its name tmr.orts, It U tattling for tbe Conatlt!:-
'.ion and the liberties of lhot eople; ond tho pat-Onego
it has recoiled, cssu.-es tin l’rapncto.a tnut their la
bor* are appreciated, and th ir p iey undor led.
A« an advertising medium, 'mu i o.v-mi’TiOH is,
re-htps, eupzrlorto ut tv r.aper pu’dishe-l lo fieStat-,
iin circu utli n being coitiuel to tn piricu ur locality,
but extendt'g f-orn oro end c f the S’ute to t v c olln'r,
and f .oin t*ie S’.vanrah to tt o t'fmltnho-.rhte
The Proprietor* tnt nd no ret ixu'. -»;i of the r enervv
t ii . will »dd new fci urea of inter- st ar.d moro «Ivor
< us enterprise a* patronage in reuse-; a >1 h y hop 1
in future, *8 in tho past, to merit tho good will and
plane Us of their numerous renders.
Ccl8 CARY W. dlYLEa & CO
£)ERSONB desiring to scud funds to their v*o.
Europe can procure bills at th? Merchants’ Nr.
Bunk, on the City Bank, London, for any amount
ifiON TANKS FOR SALE
'JiEN IRON WATER TANKS,
For Saie by
ncl3 CHAKLKS'ORKKN, S')N *
100 DASEdo/ Cbarioj Fa'Tt-'s Cv.V.-j .:«■
p igue, In ','iar s and pin's, warranted pur.. f
CLAGGOBN A CUNN'lNt.ilAljj
1 OO Crushed, G.anulatel, Ceil ;*• *•
xww - Urfa , B
60 hMs Molr**es
O l-b's choice Svnipi
To ba h Mocl-ii, Java, Lag myra, and Rio t
casks Dulliu d itaum
V) i ft-kngi-s M.v kcr-1, Salmon and Codtl«h
Hmp CiPdlts, Starch, »t: -.Just received and !
ici: At CLAUHOitN A ClTNN'N'r
LIFE INSURANCE COMPAI
OF HARTFOKD, COW,;
MARKET SQUARE HOUSE
138 BRYAN STREET.
milK undersigned would rosprcifully inform hie
JL friends and the public guaeraby tim. lu is still nt
his old stand, and will be pleased to otfei them the
Choicest Brnntls of Importstl amt Domes
tic Liquors, Wine*, Mc.
IDs BOWLING ALLEY, ono of the most exten
sive and complete In tho city, U open. Tin price wit
be 35 cents for a slugl-i string game.
A Cnotce Lunch served every flay at 11 o’clock.
He will be g atoful for a onrinuatlon of tho libera!
patronage he has received.
cclf-Sm VALENTINE BAfll.FR
3,211 BAGS, cargo of the brig Jemima, from Rio
do Janoiro, now landing tnd for sale by
WEEDS Ac CORNWELL,
may2;t Nos. 169 anrilfll Brouulitom str
NEW, NEAT, GOOD AND CHEAP.
In Furnishing Goods
ALL THE NOVSLTIKP OF TIIE DAY,
THE BROADWAY SILK HAT !
And sll the new styles as tb«y appear. The most •- -
leot sssoitment of Hats In tbe city.
C USTOM MADE GARMENTS
In variety, made npln Artistic Bty o.nt low pricer-
SHIRTS and DRAWERS
As usual, made to order a: d a fu’l s-rpp y on hand et
IVES’ CLOTHING EMPORIUM
Corner Bnll street nnd Bay lane.
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING,
A STARK offers rtspectfullj to tho pub ic bU sar-
A.* rices os
TUNER AND REPAIRER OF PIANOS.
Orders loft st the Book Store of Maim Cooper.
Otoott StOo, or Messrs Mallon A Frierson, will be
promptly «n<1 frithfnlly attended to.oc17 1w
qaa BBLB. half barrels and kits Nos. 1, 2 and
4UV MALKKRBL, lor sale by
J. F. BROWN,
204 and 216 Bay Hired.
JgUTTBR AND CHEESE,
Landing and for sale by
oclfl C, L. GILBERT.
E. FESSENDEN, President.
JAMES F. BURNS, d<
T HE POLICIES OF Tills COMPANY j»;
able to all others by means of their p- ifactt
their non-forfeltftblo features, their freed ah:
»trlction*, the facilities for payment of pi ••.man
by the acceptance of notes in part pat re-.:.'.«
vererly return of fifty per cent, in the rif-re- o! *
dUidondi—and lastly, by reason of tn-i un-'rr.a
tainty, equitable liberality, and uuheriia'.in, pr.
lode uniformly ebown In the sctilea:.:.’. 1 ffi
A few of the special advantages ••:'
PHCEN1X aro here bolow named:
1 its dividends ore In eveiy caso upuc pres
2. Its policies are all non-f. rfeit'.ng.
b It us os every kind of po'Icy, an
’.iial, dividing all tbe profits amonv iu i.
4. Its premiums may be paid annually, sent!»:
!y or quarterly, half note or ail cosh.
6. During the seventeen years of it* oi'SU'DCc:
never contested a claim.
th It has abolished ol. reitrictiona ou ‘.rive!
dunce or occupation.
7. In paying it* claim* no note* aro deduct*!
8. It irsued 6,811 policies during the j<st
amount insured, 116,260,910.
9. It paid cl.iims upon 62 death*, »mouuttns
10. The interest alono for '07 more than p
ROUT. WAYNF., Agent. Savannah, (it
City Hotel Bulldirg, 163
WM. EL COBUBN, Canvassing Agent, Sav
1 nn HMLS FLOUR, ail grades, landing and fcB
by J F. BKt'Wh'B
Ocl6 204 and 206 Bay >:rA
QR DOUBLE REFINED
FARINA Of TAl’Ifffl
Uluhly nourishing /or invalids, and mako Jc.w
FOR CAKES, I’lBS, Ac., Ac., ■ 1
Equal to ti e fresh Cocoanut.
A« A. Solomons & C
BI TTER AND GHEES
t lONJ'i’ANTLY receiving the best artiele.
j D. T. eCRANTuS
ocll trf Ilcad of tire B
T HE ostablhbed ttandard character of FRBNl
FISH GUANO doe* not require *n array cl
tifleato*. Hufllco it to *ay it iunplies the inditp
bio nutriment of plant*, U tho cheapest and nu>»l
co**lut manure, equal, if not hotter, than 1‘ rt
T n 2,O.'0 po; nd*. Trice in Savannah, FUl
100 TONS now in store and constant. 1 !’ an-
I can supply any quantity required.
V. T. BORANT S f*
ocl4-3m Head of the
QHOIOE BLACK fcKKD OATS
For sa'e In quantitioa to suit hy
ocl6-lw B. G. HAYNES A W
'jpwo UESTLKMKN Mn Imracd..!.'') *
Addrvai at once,