THE ettbtltc 8AVAN 1STA-IE-I
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,^f^lheJx xeapec-.Ivfe papers Tbfe .,
the ul mini shed income vH ibei V-
t offices, growing out of the stagnation of business gou i\
r m orally, while the expense* are largely increased and ****
’ cannot be curtailed without injustice to our readers.
Advertising, ordinarily so large a portion of a news
paper’s revenue, is Almost wholly suspended, and will
continue eo during the war, while the price of paper
has largely Ififcros^ed, m#«! teVgraphlc expenses are
It is not roha>.iiUbki Uj aapp. ne that the Proprietor^
^.of papers will continue their publication at a lows
when there is no immediate prospect of a change for
the better. We have foo much reliance upon the sense
of Juatiee of our subscribers, to apprehend that they will
- complain at j>jir course; on tho contrary, we hope for
and need a generous support from them, and cheerft
effort* on their part to increase our subscription lists,
^ It is only upon this support and those efforts we can
^\now uep6nd to maintain the usefulness and v:due <a
”* our papers as full and reliable vehicles o( information
rJ thi« most critic* t~ r v* l'ii the affair* <4 thec-*«cfrv.
M«« OF THI' COLHEN SADDLE
(tr.-OSIT* IV.-a. St MOHS' OLOtSlHO sron
From the 1 *> .|%v
S‘or tiie Da1«y, o»»~ ,
•jur 'n«» ,>i subeeripiKm-
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Tri-weekly, one year
"** six months
The Weekly will be as heretofore, for one
Apart from existing exigencies. It may not be gen
erally known tha* the papers of Savannah and Augusts
‘ have long been furnished at a price far below that of
the journals of other commercial towns in the 6outh,
and on terms wholly unremunerating. In proof of this,
we refer to the following statement of terms. It show.-
that we do not ask more for our labor and capital tha
i* promptly conceded to others engaged in the
Courier— « $10
• Advertiser A Register $10
Crescent m..i 10
Della .,. -«.... 10
Union A American $s
Contracts for subscriptions unexpired on tire day
dicaled, will be completed at our former rates.
All orders for subscriptions must be accompaniep
WITH THE CASH K. W. SIMS,
Proprietor Morning News.
• W. BE.
SADDLES, B3II>LES, AND HARNESS
Has on hand a good assortment of Saddles, Bridl
and Harness, of which the following comprise a part:
Spanish Quilted, Overlaid andShaflon Saddles, Plant
era’large and extra large Saddles; Men’s plain Saddle?,
English Saddles; Boys’ and Race Saddles; Ladies Sad
plea of a variety of patterns: Bridles and Martengales.
8 \DPLEBp* MAIaKXAXa.—Saddle Tretc, SEnui.*
and Hog Sisa**: Pad do., btraining and Worsted
t hread Aim r<wtre, assorted sizes.
iJAKNEBSCE.--Coach, Barouche. and a
iarnl6MSh. of ail farms 0/ the single ect.
..AKKlAOF TRf MMIN .'IS. — Karo.urn-
-talk} "fpruufr and \ sles. Dash Frame- uobbt ai d
Bows, by the smeiedeu. i’iaitsdand Braat Stump Joint!,
plain dv-, patent Dash Leather. Top and Curtain do.,
oread and narrow Laces, variety of patterns; Silk au-j
Worste«l»Fringea; black and purple Coach Roans; Bug
gy Lamps; plated and brass Carriage Bands: brass &tui
plated Knobs, Ac. nov 11
jprvr . .yM> olt
oldtiok or PEoroima or:ruos coxBimrc
This well brown Eemedy ha3 been need extensively
and with great success for -
Or Impaired or imperfect BigestioE;
VOE THE CONSEQUENT
OETEBSOBATiONOF THE BLOOD;
^HD for the following forms of Disease, most of
which originate in Dyspepsia:
Liver Com plaint, Dropsy, Neuralgia and Nervous
Affections, Loss of Appetite, Headache, Langor
and Depression of Spirits, Carbuncles ana
Boils, Piles, Scurvy, Affections of the
Skin, Consumptive Tendencies.
Bronchitis, Diseases Peculiar
to Females, and all Com
plaints accompanied bp
A TONIC & ALTHHATIVK MEDICINE
Note.—-The "adare of IRON as a remedy tor DYS
PEPSIA, a had state of the blood, ar.d the numerous
diBoaaee cause ', hereby, has arisen from want o*
such a prepay. • >: or I run as shall enter it. Vimech
lu & Protoxtoc nd assimilate at once iih the
blood. This WRot :h. PERUVIAN SYRUP supplies,
and it d*hj? so in th« only form in which it is possible
tor Iron to t.nter the"circulation. For this reason the
} f-'KUVIAN .- YROP o:ten radically cures diseases
c «hicn c-iher preparations of Iron and ether medi
cii-j« have bten fouEd to be of no avail
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA,
.y, the 4th of November next.
F. Campbell, M. D.
Dugas, M. D.
Jobeph Jones, SL D.
and Therapeutice, I. P. Garvin, ?«L
Institutes and Practice, L. D. Ford, M. D.
Phypiologf, H. Y. M. Miller, M. D
Obstetric^ A. Eve, M. D. _
Adjunct^rofessor of Obstetrics, Robert Campbell,
W. H. DcffOETY, M. D., Clinical Lecturer at City
S. B. BuikONS, M. D., Prosector to Professor AuaUv
H. W. D. Ford, M. D.. Demonstrator of Anatomy.
Lecture*, (full course),$105.
MatriculiLion Fee, $5.
The College building has been thoroughly renovated,
and manv*ddilions made to former facilities for in
struction^ ' I. P. GARVIN, Dean,
sept 2b m3
gia Hnspltal in Richmond, and of the Executive Com-
[Certificate of A. A. Hayes. M. D., of Boston.]
It is well known that the medicinal effects of Protox-
de o: Iron arc lost by even a brief exposure to air, and
that to maintain a solution of Protoxide of Iron, with
out lurther oxidation, has been deemed impossible.
In the PERUVIAN SYRUP this desirable pointis
attained by combination in a way before unknown: anti
his solution may replace all the proto-carbonatev, ci
trales and tartrates of the Materia Medico.
A. A. HAYES, Aasayer to the State o: Maas.
■ 3 Boylcton-street, Boston.
W. T. Leitch, Jr.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET.,
OPPOSITE THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE
W, T. Leitch, Jr., & B. W. Burnet,
ANNOUNCE THAT THEY KAYE JUST OPENED
A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
READY MADE CLOTHING
At the above location, which they wiil be pleased to
exhibit to their former friends and buyers in general.
A liberal discount to CASH PURCHASERS.
Orders solicited and faithfully executed.
?. T. LEl’f H, JR. K W. BURNET.
t ertifleate oi James R. Chilton, M. D.. of New York.
The result of my examination of the Peruvian Syrup
proves to me that none of the metalicor mineral’ poi
sons aro present, nor have I found in it any indication
of vegetable poisonous principles.
The main active ingredient in its composition is a sail
of the Protoxide of Iron, which is so judiciously com
bined am- protected that it does not undergo any change
by exposure to the air.
T‘ s equally well known that it has been found very
diincuit to preserve in a palatable form, lor a desirable
length ot time, compounds of the Protoxide of Iron.—
The “ Peruvian Syrup,” I am pleased to say, accom
plished this desirable end.
JAMES R. CHILTON, M. D., Chemist
•- Prince-street, New York, Aug. 3, 1S59.
Tho following certificate is irom well known citizens
he undersigned, having experienced the beneficia
*T3 ol the PERUVIAN SYRUP, do not hesitate to
* -liaend it to the attention of the public:
iiev. John Pierpont, Peter Harvey
Thomas A. Dexter, James C. Dunn,
8. H. Kendall, M. D. Samuel May.
Thomas C. Amory, Rev. Tho’s Whittemore.
GEO. N. NICHOLS,
I£ u a Ft e rn o v e tl his
Hates of Advertising:.
For one square of 300 eras or less, of any type not lar
ger than Nonpareil, 75 conts for the first, and 50 cents
for earh subsequent insertion, for two weeks or less.
When the advertisement continues running for a longer
time thafi twe weeks, the following charges will ~ba
mo. 9QPabr8|8 wk»|lmo.|2ni03.|Smo3.|4mos.|(SmoB.|12moa.
From the corner of Bay and Drayton-ats.,
Co tSie Middle or the Block Below,
Over the offioe of G arm any A ‘Tiamptoi*
Sand t or d’s
I T is compounded eutirely irom Gums, and has be
come an established fact, a Standard Medicine.
all that have used it, and
The :ohowiug is tmm well known citizens of New j
New' Tors, Nov. 17th, 1859. 1
The experience which we have had of Uie PERU VI- i
AN SYRUP, and the evidence which has been exhibit- ;
ed to us of its great success in tho cure of many die- ;
eases, satisfies us that it is a medicinal agent of remark
able power and deserving the attention of invalids.
JOfH Fi. M ILLIAMS. Esq..
Picsidenl of the Metropolitan Bank.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Editor Christian Advocate iz Journal.
JOHN 6. KELSON, Esq.,
Firm ot Nelson «fe Richmond, 81 Jobn-street
Rev. P CHURCH,
Editor New York Chronicle. :
ISAAC V FOWLER, Esq.,
►gost Master, Now York Ci
mittee of the Georgia Relief and Hospital Association,
represented by the accredited agents, Rev. Dr. Joseph
R. Wilson, Rev. ,T. O. A. Clark, and Mr. J. M. Selkirk,
h*dd this fourteenth day of October, 1SS1. the following
preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted:
Wbeie*s- it is proper that there should be a perfect
understanding between the Central Board of the Geor
gia Relief and Hospi'al Association in Augusta, and
the Board oi Managers ol the Georgia Hospital in
Richmond, with regard to the relations existing be
tween them; and whereas, the Central Board in Au
gusta has made arrangements with the Conlederute
States Government to carry by express all contribu
tions male through them to Georgia’s sick ani
wounded sol iers, the Government paying one-half
and the Association the other half of the express
freight: r.nd whereas, the Central Board in Augnsta
is keeping a book, containing a record of all contribu
tions from Georgia,, with tbe names of the donors,
whether such contributions are made in money or
stores, which book is intended hereafter to be publish
ed ; and whereas, it is thought to be the best system
to secure union and conceri ©f action, and to prevent
wastage, therefore, be it
Revolted, That ail contributions are recommended
to be made direct Vo the Central Board of the Georgia
Relief and Hospital Association in Augusta.
Re*o?ced, That if any contributions aTe made direct
to the Georgia Hospital in Richmond, or elsewhero in
Virginia, that said contributions, whether in money or
in hospital stores of all kinds, be reported to the Gene
ral Agent of the Georgia Relief and Hospital Associa
tion m Richmond, Mr. J. M. Selkirk, as money or hos
pital stores contributed to the Georgia Relief and Hos
pital Association, to be applied by said Association
through their agents aforesaid, as the wants of the
Hospital may demand.
Resolved, Tnat an address be drawu up and present
ed to the people of Georgia, signed by the Board of
Managers in Richmond, and the Executive Committee
of the Georgia Rebel and Hospital Association in
Augusla, setting forth more fully the objects of the
Association, and calling upon the people of Georgia to
send ail their contributions through the Central Board
Resolred, That this preamble a- d these resolutions
be signed by the Executive Committee of the Georgia
! Relief and Hospital Association, aud by the Board of
! Managers in Richmond.
j R solved, That all papers in Georgia be requested to
■ pubiiah the foregoing preamble and resolutions.
Joseph R. Wilson, Chairman,
J. O. A. Clark,
J. M. Selkiek,
Commissioners Ex, Com. Ga. R. & H. Ass’n.
Alexander II. Stephens, Cb’n.
Heney F. Campbell,Viee-Ch’n.
and Medical Director.
3 BULL STREET.
FegVtabiV Life Fills,
SESSr'OS- 18 61
HAS OPESE'J HIS t CEIHO STOUK OF ALL
cassimeb.es and vestings
T tho tamest solicitation of a n umber $
.__ I. . . _ . . -.t TAvmmrmn i . dt -‘ Hts derire to qualify themselves for
PHCENT\ BITT tvHS. catering- the Confederate Army, the Faculty have
T „ V . , , ^ X T‘ L1 ff" .TT, thene nrc-emi- - ^ ruc<i ^ °pea the annual course of Lectures in tho
HE high and envied celebrity which thes^ prc^Dl cD college, on Monday the 4lh of November prox.
nent Medicines have acquired for their in>aluab.o End t0 prcseilt , M th<J funda from eamo _
efficacy mall the diseases whichthey^proiess beyond the actual expends of the institution—to the
has rendered the usual practice of puffing not only un . Treasury Department of the Confederacy. The sev-
necessary, but unworthy of therm end members of the Faculty connected with the armv
- »» . . _ .. ^ j will make such arrangements as will enable them to
a, Acute and Chronic Eheumatiom, Affbc^om , present ail the practical information pertainin® to their
IfSSffi'Sir.iTO nhvvT.*im-> «*pe*wbn>*hMdorii«tte»»rtoo.
of the BIa« ^
SBILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS.
In the South and West, where these diseases prevail,
they will bo found invaluable. Planters, farmers and
uieywm oo lounu isvaiu«ui«. it r o YEi) .. ., o* ffiii- 1 -, ,- „i «i, i. ....
others, who once thiJEa MraBauw, «iUw«r:,i!i: a! Aimtoni’}. '
wards be without them. . . ! j c () BrAPKaiTt— « x> ro r '-"t
BILIOUS CHOLIC, SEKIoCS LOOBBNBfcS. 11 <_E > mi±^ U c '^ CKUV *-" «• ’ “ L * ctL '
COSTIVENESS. COLDS AND COUGHS.
CHOLIC, CORRUPT HUMORS,
Dyspepsia.—No person with-this distressing dia*
should delay using these Medicines immediately.
Eruptions of the Skin, Erysipelas, Flatulency. j
Fkveb and Ague.—For this scourge ol the V, t-t. .
country these Medicines will be found a safe, eue«»‘"'.
and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the • a.
subject to a return of the disease; a cure by these tr,d
icines is Dermanent.
Try them. Be satisfied, and be cured.
Foulness ot Complexion— t
GENERAL DEBILITY, GOUT, -GIDDILa.L>,
Gravel, Headaches of every kind, Inw ard Fever, II
fiammetorv Rheamaiisni, Inoure Blood, Jaundice
A full and varied asssortment o'
KID AND SILK GLOVES, Ac.,
Fulton & ATuIlei'
li. AAUL. U.LXOA 3
H ANING formed a Co-partnership, are prepared to
design and superintend private and public Build
ings in the various st\ es of Architecture, Civil and
G Tboup Maxweli., m. d., Prof Obstetfiica.
Louis Kxoeb, m. d., Professor of Ch mistry.
S. W. Bukxey, 11. n.. Proteesor of Physiolcg-
'F. W. B. Hem hi no, m. d., Frofessor ot Surgery
V, . T. Feat, m. p.. Emeritus Prof. Chemistry.
I-.T. Dr Mooney, m. d.. Curator of Museum.
Clinical Lectures asuancL
Mechanical Engineering, Surveying in all its branches.
Designing and Superintending every kind of Machin
Having had many years practice in both professions,
we are confident of giving full satisfaction.
Office oTerBatiorsby & Co., in Stoddard Steries.
T. W. FULTON, Jr., Architect.
M. P, MULLER, C. and M. E
mar 7 tl
AND LOCI iliiM
West side Market-sq., Savannah. CJa..
Repairing done as usual, with great care and dis-
WEED, COBh WELIi Sc CO.,
IMPORTERS, AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Hardware. Iron,
STEEL, HOSE AND NAILS
Loss of Appetite.
Msbcubial Diseases.—Never fai:> V> «::a>; Ld-. en
tirely all the effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner *hao
the most powerful preparation of Sarsaparilla.
NIGHT SWEATS, NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
CUS C02JPLAINTS ol all kinds, ORGAN B
1*11X3.—The original proprietor oi theeo u;-d:sines
was oured of Piles, of 85 years standing, by the use <v
these Life Medidnos alone.
PAINS in the Head, Side, Back, lAmba, Joint* ani
Rheumatism.—Those affected with this terrible cr
ease, will be sure of relief by the Lite Kedi-.-ia©s.
Rush of Blood to the Head, Scurvy, Salt
Scrofula, or King’s Evil in its wowl fonu -. Uicvrs -0
Woems 01 ail kiuds aro effuctualiy expelled by hese
Medicines. Parents vviLi do well to administer them
whenever their existence is suspected. Belief will oe
The Life Fills <k Bhceni?:
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
And thus remove all diseases trom the syt.lv -.
Prepared and sold by
DR. WILL SAITS !i.
8S5 Broadway, cor. p: Antt-eay-s
For sale by all Druggists. I'lAw'v
Courae of Lectures
Matriculation Fee (paid once)...
ALFRED LADD Sc CO.,
G OODS purchased for Florida merchants and plant
ers for a reasonable commission, and all kinds ol
produce sold on commission—the highest rates guaran
teed. All orders sent us at Femandina or Newport,
Fla., will be tent through DANIEL LADD. We can,
for the present, be found at the “Gibbons House.”
aug 6 ly
v * ?
1/*; I l »!
ff fc tEidJ to iad=
Notices inserted immediately preceding commercial
or births and marriages, and usually known as special
notices, will be cun’- e I ouelhnlf the above rate,
The above table embraces on \ the daily issue. If the
advertisement appears in D.t ily aud Weekly, or Daily
and Tri-Weekly, one fourth the above rates will be
charged in addition, and if in all three issues, ono half
of the above rates will be added. In tho Weekly alone,
or once a week in tho Dally, the rate will be 0110-half;
and In tho Tri-Weekly, or throe times a week in the
Daily, two-thirds of the above rates will bo charged.
For items published as selected matter, twenty cents per
ine will be charged. Stereotype plates, or cuts on
wood not inserted without extra charge. The paper un-
nor 110 circumstances to be included in a contract, but a
single copy will be furnished without charge on the first
appearance of an advertisement. No deduction for
For any time not above specifiod, a proportional chars
will be made.
Marriago notice $1, Fnnoral invitations, 50 cent
each. Obituary notices, Reports, Resolutions or Pro
ceedings of any Society, Association, or Corporation or
ered to be puldif**'*' 11 6 ««« per line. .
TOnmwati will be advertised at $40 pur annum
each beat advertised.
Steamships—where but one ia running, $40 per annum,
if two or more, $30 each.
Auctioneers’ advertisements not to be subject to con
tract but to be charged at the rates prescribed per
When any bill for two months advertising, other than
contract, amounts to over $50, a deduction of 25 per
ill i 5 m
cent, will be made.
Yearly advertising, with tho privilege of change, will
be taken at the following rates:
For one square, renewable once a week $50
M “ u twice “. 60
4 4 44 thrice “ : 70
Every additional square contracted for to be charged
one half the above rates additional.
Yearly advertisers shall be limited to the space con
trncted for. All contracts shall be in writing, stating
definitely the naturo’of tho business to be advertised.—
Auy advertisements not properly connected with the
known and approved by
is now resorted o with
eases for which it is re-
It his cured thousands
who had given up all
numerous unsolicited cer-
The dose must be
meat of the individual
6ueh quantitie.8 as to act
Let the dictates of your
tho use of the LIVER
will cure Liver Covv-
Dyspepsia, Chronic Di-
Morbus, Cholera In- j
Jaundice, Female Weakr-\rA j:
RIlPnACufnllv p. «T' 1 .
confidence in all the dis
within the last two years,
hopes of relief, as the
tifleates in my possession
. . , ay t
successfully as_ an Ordi-\^y'vary Family Medicine,
adapted to the tempera
taking it, and used in
gently os tho bowels,
judgment guide you in
IN VIGOR ATOR, and it
arrhoea. Summer Com-
Dropsey, Sour Stomach,
Cholic, Cholera, Cholera
fantum, FI a tulence,
nesses, aud may be used
ache, as thousands can
if tico or three teaspoon-
commencement of the
It wii. cure Sick Head-
testify, twenty minutes |
fuls are taken at the;
All toho use it arc\
Mix Water in the mouth with the Invigorate
and ewallow both together.
Price One Dollar jrer IJolt?e
Oivina their testimony p-
Lewis D. Foed,
Jos. 1*. Log am,
Surgeons in charge.
James T Pattekton,
Wji. H. Peitcuaed,
Edwim A. Smith,
Board of .Managers of the Geeorgia Hospital,
J. T. Newbeey, Secretary.
Richmond, Oct. 14, 1S61.
Approved by the other members of the Executive
Committee of the Georgia Relief and Hospital Asso
Augusta, Oct. IS, 1S61.
Wm. J. Uaed, Vice-Ch’n,
Heney Mooke, See. Boar-1 Supt’a,
W. H. Potter, Cor. Sec. Ex. Com.
J. M. Newby,
Heney F. Russell,
George W. Evans,
H. H. Tbckee,
Ex. Committee Ga. R. &. II. Association,
oct 24 10
titfOETEK AMD DEALER l J*
C '■ hole s Spanish Segars
CiLBWUe A'-;i) SMOKING TOBACCO to.,
E. corner of Congress and Bull-streets, Savannah, Ua.
A RE made from a pure and nnad
which is about double tho usual at
Wines, and is imputed by only onohou
States. Also, from the following v
Herbs, <kc., \iz: Solomon’s Seal.
Cammomile Flower;., Gentian, Wild Ch
either In sum
r on top c! them with
nay protect all adjacent
J. li. Bid '■ 1
C4TH YRTIC PILLS,
Glass Cases, air-tight, and will kcel-
in any climate.
A nd put 7tp
Tho FAMILY CA-j iTHARTIC PILL
gentle but active Catharticj . which the proprietor ha-
used in his practice more! jr than twenty years.
The constantly increas-^ ^jing demand <r ,tz Fi.-i
who have used the Pills. and the satisfaction which
all express m regard tol^J their use, has induced me
toplace them within the',,—-reach of all.
The profession wellj/^qknow that different Ca
thartics act on different portions of the bowels.
The FAMILY CA-j THARTIC PILL has,
with due reference to this/ - > well established fact been
compounded from a va-j'wjriety of tlie purest Ve
getable Extracts, which4,act alike on every part of
TESTIMONIALS FROM CLERGYMEN,
On the efficacy of the Peruvian Syrup and the bene
fits they have derived from its use :
Rev. John Pierpont, Medford, Mass.—Its efficacy in
Salt Eheum ana other Cutaneous Diseases.
Rev. Warren Burton, Boston, Mass.—Its efficacy in
Headache, Loss of Appetite, Oppression, Neuralgia,
Nervous Affections, and General Debility; its value to
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller.—Its Efficacy in Nervous
Headaches, Exhaustion, Nervousness, Substitute for
Alcoholic Spirits, and General Debility; its value to
Rev. Augustus R. Pope, Somerville, Mass.—Cure for
Boils and General Debility.
Rev. Qurdon Eobbiu3, Hartford, Conn.—Its efficacy
in General Debility, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sub
stitute for Alcoholic Stimulants.
Rev. By!vitnas Cobb, Boston, Mass.—Its use and ef- ,
fleaev in amily; Restoration of Strength after Typhoid j January next, and if not sold by, or before that time,
•eveii * ! f)e **>ld at public outer}-, at the Court House in
Rev. Thomas Whittemoro, Boston, Mass.—Its se- j Eatonton on that day.
and value in Paralysis. Dyspepsia, Dropsy on the Chut, I ThL property is situated on Little River, three miles
Hud adds: “ It gives me new vigor, buoyancy of sea- 1 froni Eatonton, Putnam county, Ga. It consists of the
*s, elasticity of muscle.” Factory building and machinery, abundance of house
Rev. Osborn Mvnck, Provincetown,Masa.—Its efiles- ; room for operatives, one of the best Merchant Mills in
,y ia St. Vitus’ Dance, and Chronic Bronchitis. i Georgia and Four Hundred and Fifty acres of Land.
Rev. Ephraim Nute, Jr., Lawrence, Kansas Terrlto- J The water-power is unsurpassed in the State, being
rv.—Its efficacy in Dyspepsia, Debility, Prostration, ' abuudant, and with a fall of eighteen leet,
and Adaptation to Western Climate Diseases. i The Building is a wooden structure, strong and sub-
Rev. Thomas II. Pons.—Its efficacy in General De- stantial, built upon a granite wall. It is 40 by SO :eet
A. H. CHAMPION. GEO. C. FUEEMAN.
CHAMPION A: FKEEJtLLN,
'General Grocery Merchants,
CORNER BAY ANI) DRAYTON-STS..
Are receiving an extensive stock ol Groceries, to
which they invite tho attention of dealers ana consum
ers. sept 5
wnoLrsAi.E aitd betail de>.l>:ks ik
GLASS, PAPER HANGINGS,
SASHES, BLINDS, AND DOORS.
j r J^HE proprietors offer the above property for sale.—
*f. L Private bids are invited until the 1st Tuesday in
^ ^ ^ 0 ^ S K
ITo. 10 WHITAXEE-STEEET,' -
■o o 3FS.. B-: -S" or - .cCxv
bqsiness shall be charged separately, and also any
ce» of mutter over the amount contracted for.
Contract advertisements payable quarterly; advertise
ments from strangers and transient persons, payable in
advance. All others will bo considered due when called
Professional and business cards, not exceeding 5 lines,
will be inserted at $20 per annum.
Calls on persons to become candidates, will be inserted
as other advertisements, to be paid for invariably in ad
the alimentary canal, an-i
a Cathartic is needed,
the Stomach, Sleepiness
Loins, Costiveness Tmin
' ' " ' 1 '■'it ^
sWj Body, from sadder.
. : negieeted, end in a long
Appetite, a Creeping
tne Body, Restlessness,
Annonncfne candidates for office, $10, fo be paid in
Advertisements not marked on the copy for a specifl-
«d time, will be inserted until forbid, and payment ex
Regular advertisers end all others Bonding commu
nications or requiring notices designed to call attention
to fairs, concerts, soirees, or any public entertainments,
where charges are mado for admittance—all noticed of
private associations, every notice designed to call atten
tion to private enterprise calculated or intended to pro
mote individual interests, can only be inserted with the
are safe in all cases where
such as Derangements of
Pains in the Back and
and Soreness over the
cold, which frequently
course of fever. Lose
Sensation o , Cold over
Headach-e, or weight in
matory Diseases, Wom-j
A? Rheumatism, a great Pa-
many diseases to which
ous to mention in this
the head, all Inflam-
in Children or Adults,
rifter of the Blood, and
flesh ia heir, too numer-
vertisem?- ^el to 8.
Z'r'H tThrce Dimes.
HE LIVER IN'VIGORATOR AND FA
ITIIL.Y CATHARTIC FILLS
Are retailed by druggists generally, and sold waole-
sa!e by the trade in all the large towns.
S. T. W. SANFORD, M.D.
Manufacturer and Proprietor
apl 19-ly 208 Broadway corner of Fultor.str
^I^HE subscriber is now opening, at No. 6 BROAD
X STREET, next door to the “Mercury” office,
understanding that tho same is to bo paid for. If in-an elegant variety of English and French Goods, re
sorted in tho editorial column (which can be only at the ‘ ceived by a late arrival, direct from Europe, a beau-
discretion of the editors) the same will be charged at the t tiful assortment of goods, amongst which are—
^tanerline Superfine French and English Broad Cloths, < atoi-
Advertisements ordered in the Weekly, $1 per square f meres, Merinos, Alpacas, Coburg Cloths
White and Slate Crinoline Liuings
for each insertion for any time leas than one month.
For more than one month, at one-half the rates specified ?
in above table. :
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Gentlemen’s Ties
Wool Shawls, Ladies’ Merino Vests
Kid Gloves, White Cotton Hose
Superfine English Lonecloths. R<
SOUTHERN MILITARY MANUAL,
Containing all the Confederate Military Law.
A RTICLES of War, Field Artillery, Manual o
Arms, Maxims of Napoleon, Ac., Ac. Price one
Boyonet Exercises and Shirmisliers’ Drill, with en
Infantry Camp Duty, Field Fortification and Camp
Defence ; fiffly cents. Prepared by Oapt. Ruckholtz.
Map of the Confederate Slates, with chief towns,
railroads, Ac. Price fifty cents.
a °g7 W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
The Trooper’s Manual,
OB TACTICS FOR
C OMPILED and arranged by Col. J. Lucius Davis,
Gradaate of West Point and Instructor of Yoiun
teer Cavalry. Price $1 25.
ALSO, NEW 6UPPI28 OF
Richardson’s Manual of Infantry and Rifle
Carey’* Bayonet Exercise and Skirmishers’ Drill 1 00
BuckholU’s Tactics for Officers t*
Army „ ■ BPR.. MHHff.
Hardee’s Revised and Improved Rifle and'in
W.THOKSE WILLIAMS. 50
Superfine English Longcloths, Romal Handkerchiefs
Black aud White Diamond Pins
Tooth Brushes, Brown Windsor Soap
Monsline de Laines, Black and white Persians
Fancy Plaids, Jaconet and Cotton Cambrics
Tape Checks and Stripes, heavy Ginghams
Earleston Ginghams, Brown English Sh.riinga, Ac.
The;e goods will be offered in lots to suit purchasers,
at moderate prices.
JAMES H. TAYLOR,
oct S G Broad st., Charleston, S. C.
bilily, Exhaustion of Nervous System,
Rev. Richard Metcalf, Boston, Mass.—Its use sb a
Promoter of Digestion, and says: “ It has proved just
he Tonic that 1 wanted.’
Rev. M. P. Webster, Boston, Mass.—Its value in Dys
pepsia, Chronic Diarrhoea, Derangement of the Liver
P.ev Jos. H. Clinch, Boston, Mass.—Its efficacy in
DiarrUcea and General Debility,
tnHriYes. 4 dyspepsia*und Unhealthy Appetite.
Rev. J. Pearson, Jr., Newburryport, Mass.—Its effi
cacy in Dyspepsia and Debility.
K»v. Arthur R. R. Crawley, Hershada, Burmah, E
£. —Ciinicai Debility, Swelling of the Extremities.
Prof. E. Vi tails Scherb, Boston, Mass.—Its Reslora-
in dimensions, 3>£ stories high, and well constructed
and arranged for manufacturing. The most of the
machinery is new and of the most approved style, and
consists mainly of 1 Willen, 2 Pickers, 21 Cards, 3 Rail
way Heads, 2 Eight Quoiler Drawing Frames, 2 Twen
ty Stand Speeders, 11 Cap Frames for spinning Warp
or Filling, and 8 f-»r spinning Filling, with a total of
1,754 Spindles, 4 double Reels, 3 dressing Frames, 1
spooling Frame, 2 Beamers, 8G Looms and one Wool
of sufficient capacity to drive witkease.
This property combines all the facilities for a success
ful Manufacturing Establishment; and at this juncture
in our National history offers unusual advantages for a
profitable investment of Capital.
Any person desiring further information about this
live Power after F-ver, Exhaustion of tho Nervous I property, will please call in preson to examine
_ . j -* ; —'"dares '
System, and Dyspepsia; Recommendations to “Schol
ars. Teachers, Clergymen, and Editors.”
Rev, Henry Upham, Boston, Mass.—Its efficacy in
Dyspepsia aud Affections of the Liver.
Rev S. H. Riddel, Boston, Mass.—Its value in cases j
of Bronchitis. Indigestion, Torpid Liver, Neuralgia and
Rev. P. C. Headley, Greenfield, Mass.—Its genuine- ;
a ess as a Medical Agent and efficacy in Dyspepsia, Diar- |
hesa, and Pleurisy.
Rev. J. W. Olmstead Boston Mass.—General J
commendation, and confidence in its genuineness as j
medicine: itseffiacacy in Dyspepsia aud Nervous a-
•ess the undersigned at this place.
STEPHEN B. MARSHALL,
President of Eatonton Manufacturing Co.
Eatonton, Ga., July 25th, 1861. sept 14
N. B.—Pamphlets containing letters from the above
named geutiemeu and others, and giving full informa
tion of the Syrup, can be had on application to the
Agents, or to N. L. CLARK & CO.,
Proprietors, Codman Buildings,
No 7S Sudbury-street, Boston. '
Sold ia Savanuah by A. A. SOLOMONS & CO., and
oy Druggists generally throughout the United States,
aug 18-’60 ly
<' A'--;riNGS Sc M LL
Of ail descriptions.
Iron aud Brags Foundry.
M AHni-ACTUBEES of S:esm Saw ilulu,
Mills, aud a supply of all kinds of (
_ , - - X I J — Gear
AN EFFECTIVE, SAFE AND ECONOMICAL constantly on hand. Particular attention paid tn the
COP.X^OIXNX), | repairing of RICE THRASHERS AND PLANTA-
FOR RESTORING GREY HAIR its TION MACHINERY,
original color, without dyeing, and preventin the J Every land of Job W ork cud Biacksniithlng
Hair from turning grey
promptly attended to.
H. II. LINV1LLE.
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA,
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, and curl
ing it, when there is the least particle ol vitality or
recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DAN
DRUFF, and all cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR, irn- ' , . .. ~ _
parting to it an unequalled gloss and brilliancy, ma- ! lilluSCC 0l tfltJ £ lilCCIi lfliliidiS L0Sj(«
king It soft and silky in its texture and causing it to i
curl readily . . . . I T>OOKG of Subscription for the balance of the Fir-
rj-iUE groat celebrity and the increasing demand for j i _j , eeB Million Loin will be opened at tho Eailroad
X this uncvaalled preparaUon, convince tne propne j Bank on the 4th Jtiy o[ j UEe insU !, Jt (i re ma)n opea
tor that one trial is only necessary to satisfy a discerning i un d er , he direclion of tbe undersigned' Jora missicner.
public ol its superior qualities over any other prepara- ! urit p farther notice.
LOVELL & LATTIMORE,
Importers and Dealers in
PISTOLS, CUTLERY, HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS, COOK , PARLOR AND OFFICE STOVES
and manufacturers of
155 and 157 Congress etreet.
hi i'j U A L : .
We do not profess to have discovered some R'K-ii
known only to the Indians of South. America,” and a
cure for “ all diseases which tho Ccsh ia heir to,” but
we claim to present to the public a truly valuable pre
paration, which every intelligent Physician in the oo.:--.
try will approve of and recommend, as a remedy for
Weak Lungs ,Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Diseases of l!.e
Nervous System, Paralysis, Piles, Diseases r-eenkar to
Females, DebUity, and all cases requiring a Tonic* they
For Soro Throat, so common among the Clergy, tr-c
are truly valuable.
For the aged and infirm or for persons of a weak
constitution—for Ministers c? iho Gospel, Lawyer?, and
all public speakers—for Book-Keepers, Tailors, beam
stressess, Studens, Artists, aud all persons leading a
sedentary life, they will.prove truly beneficial.
As a Beverage, they are wholesome, innocent, and
delicious to the taste. They produce all the exhiiiara
ting effects of Brandy or Wine, without intoxicating;
ana are a valuable remedy for persons addicted to ex
cessive cse of strong drink, ami wish to rclraiu irom iu
They are pure, and entirely free from the poisons con
tained in the adulterated Wines and Lienors with
which the country ia flooded.
These Bitters not only CURE, but PREVENT Dis
ease, aud should be used by all who live in a country i
where the water is bad, or where Chilis aud Fevers are j
prevalent. Being entirely Innocent and harmless, they
may be given freely to Children and luiants with im
Physicians, Clergymen, aud temperance advo-.af.s,
as an act of humanity, should artist in spreading tlivi>u
truly valuable BITTERS over the land, and thereby
essentially aid in banishing Darkness and Disesiso.
CHARLES WIDDIFIELD A CO., Vroprk re-7s
WiIUam-6t., New York.
F</r sale by Druggists generally.
STEWART w BUTLER, Sole Agents.
3. E. corner Barnard aud Brough ton-s’.ro: t.-,
aug •! Savannah. C-a.
Lectures m this In-
i .Monday, tho sib of .
! Materia .
■olessor «>! Physiology,
'•r of Chemistry,
so tf Anatomy,
onstrator of Anatomy,
annah Hospital twice
j'uViiA ffiiAuLiss, m !>..
A. r.. TUCK Kit, a. i>, l'roi
TV. R. WARING, n. n., i’re
H. S. RICHAllD>. i\ i:
Clinical Lectures at the £
week, byx>rt: Arnold and Bulloch, on their reap*ciiv
brunches These are the only • linicaLLectures deiiv-
eretl at the Hospital for the benefit of Students.
Agreeably to She conditio
one student trooi each Conj
txkon tree of charge.
Appiicati ms, with necersar
to the Dean
Fee • tor entire course oi L
MaLculalion Ticket (.paid -
Deneoisirator’s Ticket ...
Gr dautii.g Fee
he tale Donation,
:.ui Disirict will be
■* be made
•mrorter and Wholesale Dealer in
S A 1\T X S 30C 8E(tAKfc',
FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKEYS ANI
Toliiicco of aii Liistii
dec 11 No. 1S5 Bay street Savar.i ah Ga.
XZ>. Gr. J?urse <£c Oo.,
SASH, HOOKS, BUSHS, iffOtrLDlRGS,
PAINTS, OILS, W1KDGW GLASS,
\ r yV!?N TriJi,
Turpentine, Paper Hangings,
SOLE AGENTS for the South Carolina
W hji t'e Lead, Zino and Color
|^“ SOLE AGENTS for F. Callaway’s
celebrated BASE, BLIND, DOOE and MOULDING
West Side iTIouutncp.t Sqnarc,
apr 4—ly Savannah, Georgta.
• IV C'
For RhcumatUsvi, Coni, Neuralgia, Lumbago,
Nock and- ■-■ dn'i, Sprains, Brunses, chit.
Wound,*, /-'*•; ?, Headache, and ail
Rheum viiu and. Nervous Dis
HENRY ES. SCRANTON,
llipj. s f!if
tion at present'iu use. It cleanses the head and scalp !
irom dandruff and other cutaneous diseases, causes j
the hair to grow luxuriantly, and gives it a rich, 90ft,
A RMY REGULATIONS.—Adopted lor the
us-- of the Army of the Confederate States, in
accordance with the late Acts of Congress. Revised
from iho Army Regulations of the old U. S Army,
1S57, retaining all that is essential for officers of the
line. To which is added, an Act for the establishment
and organization of the Army of the Confederate
States of America Also, Articles of War for the Gov
ernment of the Army of the Confederate States of
America. The omy correct edition; published in
Richmond, Va. Received by
A. KNAPP dc CO.,
aug 80 West sice Monument square
glossy and flexible appearance, and alBo, where the hair j
is loosening and thining, it will give strength and vigor ■
to the roots, and restore the growth to those parts i
which have become bald, causing it to yield a fresh !
R. R. OUTER. .
A. 8. JONES,
Savannah, 1st June, 1861.
■ Core i muiEst oners.
jIY SACKS extra Family Flour
160 sacks extra Superfine Flour
75 bbls Excelsior Mids S. F. Flour
For tale by
W. H. STARK.
Ifcro bills will be paid for the Steamers LAMAR,
ANI COLUMBUS, UNCLE SAM, RELIANCE, or
R. H. A m-'V'SU A XT .,-l'Kmi t „ . ... 1._ . ..
BISHOP ELLIOTTS SEflMGN.
God’s Presence in Our A my at Manassas.
A SERMON preached in Christ Church, Savannah,
Sunday, July 28th, being the day recommendeu
to be observed as a day of Thanksgiving in commemo
ration of tho
Victory at Manassas Junction
on Sunday, 21st July, 1861. By Stephen Elliott. D. D
Price 25 cents, or five copies for one dollar.
«ugP W. THORNE WILLIAMS
.ABERSHAM, without a written order from the
„ H. J. DICKER30N.
Savannah, Sept. 18,1SC1. sep!4
White L ad, &c.
iTli O K ^OS White Lead, pure
JL 50 do Black Paint
Just received and for eale by
CLAGHQRN A CUNNINGHAM.
A T very low prices, at the Rice Mill.
nov IS—6 KOB’T HABERSHAM «fc SONS.
The first edition o« Bishop EHiott’e Sermon on the
being exhausted, a new edition.
Revised and Corrected,
Will be ready In a few days.
ang 3 W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
THE SEAT OF WAR.
A NEW Map of the Seat of War, 84 inches bv «4,
jfi embracing the entire States of Virginia, Mary
land and Delaware, and part of Pennsylvania, showing
7 road, town, village, AC. PrioeJBMma. ,
W. THORN UP WllilAMH
-i HHDS choice Bacon Sides, for sale by
JLW oct4 CLAGHQRN & CUNNINGHAM.
covering of haii
There are hundreds of iadies and gentlemen in New j
York who have had iheir hair restored by the use of this j
Invigorator, when aii other preparations had failed.— i
L. M. has in his possession letters innumerable testily- |
ing to the above facts, from persons of the highest re- ;
spectabilify. It will effectually prevent the hair from
turning grey until tho latest period of life; and in
cases where the hair has ahwiy changed its color, the
me of the Invigorator will, with certainty restore it to
its original hue, giving it a dark, glossy appearance.
As a j ermine for the toilet and a Hair Restorative, it is
partieul: riy recommended, having an agreeable tra-
grai.ee; ana the greater facilities it affords n dressing
the hair, which, when moist with the Invigorator, can
Ye dressed in any required form so as to preserve its
place, whelkei plain or in curls—hence the great de
rr.and for it by the ladles as a standard toilet article
which none ought to be without, as the price places it
within the reach of all, being *
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
perfumers, to ba had at all respectable druggists and
L. MILLER would call tbe attention of parents and
guardians to the use of his Invigorator, in cases where
the childrens’ hair inclines to be weak. The use o it
lays the foundation for a good head of hair, as it re
moves any impurities that may have become connected
wth the scalp, the removal of v/hich is necessary both
for the health of tho child, and the future appearance oi
Bay Street, Savannah., G-a t ,
Agent for the
New York and Philadelphia Line of Packets,
W ILL promptly attend to the forwarding of al
goods consigned to his care, and also the Cus
tom House duties imposed by the existing tariff.
J) ULES of the District Courts of the Confederate
Cavaos.—None genuine without the fact simile
LOUIS MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also
L. MILLER’S HAIR INVIGORATOR, N. i\, blown
in the glass,
\j States of America for the
DISTRICT OF GEORGIA,
under the Act for the Sequestration of the estates
property and effects of Alien Enemies; together with
-A-ct of Congress
of August 80th, 1861, and the interrogatories and oath
prescribed for re'.urns. Price 25 cents.
All persons liable to make returns of the property of
alien enemies, or of debts due to them, will require a
copy of this work, to enable them to avoid the
PENALTY OP THE LAW.
23P* Upon the receipt of One Dollar, four
copies will be sent by mail, free of postage.
oct23 W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
A MANUAL OF
F OR the use of Surgeons in the Confederate Army;
with an Appendix of the Rules and Regulatl-ens
Wholesale Depot, 56 Dey-su, and sold by all the pnu
cipal merchants and druggists throughout the world.
Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity.
I also desire topreeent to the American public my
Sew and IsiDroved Instantaneous
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
PA SACKS Extra Family
til/ 60 do Family. For sale by
HTJNTKE & GAMMELL
F ROM this date, all goods sold by the undersigned
must be paid for on delivery.
THO’S W. MURRAY,
8 No. 207 Bay slre**t.
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS.
A LARGE assortment, of all sizes and styles, re
ceived and for sale by
ceived and for sale by
E. KNAPP A CO.,
r 4 West aide Monument fcquare
which, after years ot scientific experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It dyes Black or Brown instant
ly without injury to the Hair or Skin warranted tb
best article of the kind in existence.
S»rlce only 50 cents per bottle.
DEPOT, 56 DEY-ST-. NEW YORK
W E HAVE on hand, and continue to receive di
rect from the AgentB and Importers, the follow
ing named Quaaos, which wo warrant to be pure and
No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
IOHABOE GUANO, irupertod direct from Africa,
containing 11 pet cent. Ammonia, and 25 per cent, ol
Bone Phosphate of Lime, combining the best proper
ties of Ammonia and Phosphate, of any Guano in the
ELIDE or CALIFORNIA GUANO. This Guano
has been sol din large quantities in South Carolina, and
Is pronounced equal to any in fertilizing qualities.
JARVIS’ and BAKER’S ISLAND GUANO, in bbls
&nd bags, warranted genuine,
feb 5 CRANE Ai GRAYBILL
of the Medical Department ol the Confederate 3tates.
By J. Julian Chisolm, M. D., Professor of Surgery in
the M« dical College of the State of South Carolina,
Ac. Received by E. KNAPP & CO.,
oct 16 West side Monument square.
S HEAVE RICE, in bales and by the Flat load.
For sale, by
i ct 26 Imo ROB’T HABERSHAM & SONS.
WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PULS
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup.
For sale by
JOHN B. HABERSHAM,
Broughton st., opposite St. Andrew’s Hall.
Percussion Gaps, dse.
TT'OUB Hundred Thousand Cox’s Gun Caps
Jj 50,000 Ely’s waterproof Gun Caps
20,000 Gun Flints
25 gross Gun Tubes
20 dozen Powder Flasks
6 do Shot Pouches
60 Double Percussion Guns
For sale by
i WEED, CORNWELL «!c CO.
B ran, corn,oats ana hay.
BOiVA VE iV T UBE.
T HESE bwmtifnl jg-oands baye rect-ntl>
veyed and lai<D>lrint
| Ibeei# sur-
^ IB1UWU ,nto lots and avenue i, prepare tor
to sale, aeaplace drintermeak The proprietor has gone
to considerable expense to wifi io its natural attractions,
which are unsurpassed, cacitbe admiration of visitors
from every land. The lota aro offered for sale on reason
able term a Plats of the premises *will be found at tho
See of Capt. J. Bryan, on Johneofflfquare, and at the
ulaski House. WM. H WILTBERGFB
]Vt few copies left,) Confederate States Army Regu
lation, Gilham-s Manual, Military Surgery, Volunteer's
Manual, Volunteer’s Hand Book, Carj’u Bayonet Ex
ereise and Bkirmishcrs Drill. Field Artillery—Har
dee’s Infantry and Riflo Tactics, 2 vols.; bound; to
proved edition; paper do. For sale^b^^
SAPP A CO.
500 sacks white and mixed Corn
200 do Oats
200 bales Hay
Received and for sale by
aug 30 JOHN MoM AHON & CO
F<>r all of v.-h i?.b it :s a suaedy and certain r t. m e
and never fails, inis Lmimont is prepared fro n
recipe of Dr. Stephen 5 o-Connecticut, the I; in
bone setter, and has f> i^ti treed in his practice
more than twenty y-MTi with the most astonishing s
AS AN ALa 75ATOE O f PAIN, It is unrivaled by
any preparation, rrenore Ob • re-'ii, of which the n.< at
skeptical may be coa*iac;d by n single trial.
This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically, Rheu
matic Disorders of 6 '<iy kitd, ami in thousands of
cases where it lia? D-rem nsed it has never been known
FOR NEURALGIA, it will afford immediate relief in
every case, however distressing, v
It will relieve the worst cases of Headache in three
minutes and is warranted to do it.
TOOTUACAE also will it cure instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GENERAL
LASSITUDE arising from imprudence cr excess, this
Liniment Is a most happy and unfailing remedy. Act
ing directly upon the nervous tissues, it strengthens and
revivifies the system, and restores it to elasticity and
FOR PILES.—As an external remedy, we claim that
it is the best known, aud we challenge the world to pro
duce an equal. Every victim of this distressing com
plaint should give it a trial, for it will not fail to afford
immediate relief, and in a majority of cases will effect a
QUINSY AND SORE THROAT are sometimes ex
treme Imalignant and dangerous, but a timely applica
tion of this Liniment will never fail to cure.
SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate, and enlarge
ment of the joints is liable to occur if neglected. The
worst case may be conquered by thi3 Liniment in tor/
or three days.
BRUISES, CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES, ULCERS,
BURNS AND SCALDS, yield readily to the wonderful
healing properties of Dr. Sweet’s Infallible Liniment,
when used according to directions. ALso,CH I LULA IN S,
FROSTED FEET, AND INSECT BITES AND
EVERY HORSE OWNER
should have this remedy at hand, for its timely use at
the first appearance of Lameness will effectually pro
vent those formidable diseases, to which all horses are
liable, and which render, so many otherwise valuable
horses nearly worthless.
Overfour hundred voluntary testimonials to the won
derful curative properties of this Liniment have been
received within the last two years, and many of them
from persons in the highest ranks of life.
To avoid imposition, observe the Signature and Like
ness of Dr. Stephens Sweet on every label, and aiso
“Stephen Sweet’s Iufailiabie Liniment” blown in the
glass of each bottle, without which none are genuine.
RICHARDSON & CO.
Sole Propietors, Norwich, Ch
For sale by'John B. Habersham, Sole Agent for
Savannah. mar 31—eodw-dl&w ly
AN HARD. Analyze
; from Consumption.
>fu!a, &v., ami we find
:ies in the red globules
rius, and you are made
inded upon this Thee
! me L
n different dia-
■ -HITIS, or any
or LUNGS in-
, which is also the
adapted to the deficiencies i
eases. For COUGHS, COLD
affccti.ins whatever of the T
eluding CONSU.MPi ION, usi
No. for DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS, LOSS OF AP-
PETITE, and for all CHRONIC COMPLAINTS eri?-
ing from OVER-USE, GENERAL DEBILITY, and
NEII'/OITS PROSTRATION. No. 2, for LIVERCOM-
PLAIN TS. No, 3. tor DYSPEPSIA. Being already
prepur. -Ifor absorption it is TAKEN BY DROPS
aud carried inunediaudy into Uie circulation, so that
what yon gain you retain. The No. 4 is for FEMALE
IRREGULARITIES, HYSTERIA, WEAKNESSES,
Ac, See special direction- for this. For SALT
RHEUM, EHUPION8. SCOFULOUS, KIDNEY,
aud BLADDER COMPLAINTS, lake No. 5. In a!!
cases the directions must b8 strictly followed. Price o!
the BLOOD FOOD *1 per bottle*. Sold by
CHURCH A DUPONT,
No. 409 Broadway, New York.
And by al! respectable Druggists throughout the coun •
try JOHN B. MOORE, Agent,
mar 19 lv—dtw«sw Savannah.
In tire E-i*tri? t Court of tlie Confederate
Mates of America, lor tlae Southern
District of Georgia.
At Cuambeus, October l.i, 196’.,
O RDERED, That the third regular Term of the
District Court of the Con.federate States of
Americ lor the Southern District of Georgia, be held
in the city of favannah and District aforesaid, on the
second Wednesday, being the »iglith dav "f January
next (1SC2), at ien o’clock in the forenoon of that d <y,
and in the Court Rom of the Confederate States, in
said city; ol which all persons interested will takg due
And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order
be published by the Clerk oi said Court, twice a week
in each oi the public newspapers of the ci'y of Savan
nah, and once a week in each oi the public newspapers
of the city of Macon, until the sitting of the Court, as
EDWARD J. HARDEN,
mill iU-s, Savannah, Oclobo.
CHARLES S. HEr-RV,
Clerk Dist. Cour. Confed. States for the
Southern Di»U o! Ga.
pay-era, copy as directed. oct 16
George Pat ten.
(LATE PATTEN &. MILLEiSS,)
'VTOTICS.—Sixty days after date, application will
_L\ l e marie to the Honorable Court ol Ordinary o:
Chatham county, for leave to soil all t!s* real estate am!
personal property belonging to the estates of John JI.
Ben ien, Jr., William D. Berrien, Francis S. Bartow
and George I*. Padelford.
J. M. B. LOVELL,
Ailm’r esU J. M Berrien, Jr.
L li. B. LOVELL,
• Adxn’r de bonis non Wm D. Bemen
J. M. B. LOVELL,
Adm’r esL Francis S Bartow.
J M. B. LOVELL,
Ex’r est. George P. Padelford.
Savannah. Sth Nov., 1661. nov S
MONS. ET MAD. C.,
PEOFESaStJKS DE LAKGUE
BESIDENCE, LIBERTY ST.,
jy 17 Cmos*
Three doors east of Drayton.
EORGE C. FREEMAN is my authorized agent
during my absence from the city
W R. FLEMING.
Savannah, Aug. 2, 1861. aug 3
Clicquot band, for sale by
sept 5 HUNTER As GAMMELL.
BARRELS Cider Vinegar
17 boxes assorted Pickles
For sale by
W. H STARK-
S HERRIES.—In quarter casks, several grades,
.. . . *• j.i.rV.n D.la Ghcrrv in
direct Importation, and delicate Pale Sherry, ip
cases of one dozen bottles, for sale by ~
ard rHOTOGB APH.-Fine, for one
dollar. For sale by
SHiEP AND O0AT SKINS.
k CHOICE Florida Hides. 19 lbs average
jL £3 sale by
josi received and fo.
■M M. DAVIDSON.
’’OR sale by
1 oct it
2 rv t \ CHOlClfl Fionaa tare
• (JUU 1,500 Georgia Dry Salted Hides, 80 lbs avg.
* 0,000 lbs Foreign Wool, flue staple
‘coo Sheep Skins
1 000 Foreign Goat Sfeiirs
For iwle liy i!. Y. UFNI.EUSON,
nov 19 6 Markt-t square.
FOR FERNANDINA, Flori
da, via BmmewicJc: and St. Marys,
to leave on the 2 - . 11th, and 21st of
: ;p..-irh month, at 4 o’clock p. m.
Jhe sfoauier CECILE, Capt. F. Peck, will )eave as
above, from Charietton wharf. For engagements of
freight, apply to J. P. BROOKS, Agent,
oct 5 Charleston Wharf
LAGS Laguira Coffee
10 bags white Cuba Coffee
2 pip*-s Holland Gin
100 kegs Leaf Lard
25 bbls Powdered Sugar
50 do Rectified Whiskey
In store and for sale by
sfipi 23 OCTAVOS COHEN * CO.
300 bushels Seed Bye and Barley
300 do Elaek Oats
00 sacks fresh Wheat Bran
9t>0 bb s Sap., Extra and Family Flour
10 tierces Dried Beef
OCOTCH PIG IRON.—For sale by
O aug 2 A. MINIS.
TNPAMKT AND CAMP DUTY
A Field Fortifications and Coast Defence. For sale
E. KNAPP de CO.,
Wcst side Monnment square.
.—20 bbls Lard. For sale
’or. sale by
F.. KNAPP & CO.,
West side Monument square.
ABM0RY HALL PRIVATE SCHOOL
Tor Young Iadies.
10 do Lard
■ 30 hhris Clear Sides
75 bbls Rectified Whiskey
10 bbls and half bbls Mess Ecef
1 cask Smoked Tongues
In store and for sale bv
oct IS JOHN McMAHON & CO., Bay st.
BE FEFICIAEY FO U : DATION.
Young men of good moral character, whose pecu
niary means are limited, and mfoisturt (without de
nominational distinction) prepariffu f r missiouary
labors, are hereby kindly invi-uu to aval! theutseives o'
this Foundation. This privilege will not be restrict« d
to Georgia, but will be extended to all the Confederate
.. 10 i*0
Tlie late claa3 (1SG0-C1) had representatives from
nearly all the Confederate States. For further infor
mation, apply, personally or by letter, to
H. L. BYRD, M. D., Dean,
aug 24 S5 Broughton st., op. Marshall lionsa
Extract from the Official Report of Councillor J. R
Bronsdon, appointed by tne Corporation of U<m-
ircaJ, to examine Warrens’ Improved Fire and
Water-Proof Composition. Roofs.
To the Matos. AimssxxH amd Citizsits oy the City
Gentlemen:—Visiting Buffalo on tha 23d clh, to ex
amine the buildings there covered with Warren’3 Com
position, am ;o judge of its efficacy to resist the action
of flra, I was introduced to the Hon. Geo. C. Babcock.
L. H. Lathrop Esq., Aid. A. McKay, E. F. Hiller,lisq..
W. Johnson, Esq., W. Hutchinson, Esq., Collector o*
Customs, and a great many more of the principal
r.nd most influential inhabitants of the city, who testi
fied in the strongest and most lavoruble terms of tbe
are-resisting qualities ol the Composition, and recom
mended its general introduction as a sate means of cov
ering buildings, it being both fire-proof and water
tight. I percunaliy examined a great number of first
class buildings i:. Buffalo, covered with the Composi
tion, gravelled over; and I ascertained that the best
houses and stores in the city were covered with ia From
all l saw and heard, l am of opinion that it lathe eafes?
and best kind of covering that could be used for build
fags. For the nrooer application of it, the roots should
be nearly fiat. This is attended with no inconvenience,
winter, for the rain in the former
; root as tho Composition is water-
■ the snow is nearly ail blown off by
tdvanttge of this kind of roof
fire, by goi
BRUVN & SAVAQf.
ihoolis now open for Pupils whowfrh to re-
-i their studies.
ES^For Pupils under 14 years, $10 a quar- i
C. 8. Army.
West side Monument square.
iH E UNDESIGNED, having formed a Co-partner
ahip x*a s-y prepared to tarnish Plans and Spe-
aaoos, and give their special attention to the eree
tion and superintendence of 3addicgs.
Office in Batteraby’s now Building, corns*
and Dray ten streets, Savannah, Ga
I.A- lPlBB SUGARS.—000 barrels extra
*“ B 0
ruBi’s bayonet exercise and
VJ Skirmishers’ T
act side Moo ami
on ament tqiare
Da WITT BRUYN.
THOMAS '.V SA V
^COTCH AI.E.—Piqts, atone jugs; du
> portation. BorssUe by ‘ £*epkll]
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