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SAVANNAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER2I’
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THE GEORGIA CONVENTION.
This important body will assemble in Mil
ltdgevil'e on Wednesday next
It is needless to say that, as the grand re
pository of the political destiny and soclu
and economic interests of our beloved State,
its solemn deliberations will be looked foi bi
our people wiih a deeree of solicitude neve
surpassed for intensity at any period, how
ever critical, in'all her past history. Am*
that the Convention is endowed with the ca
pacity and patriotism adequate to th
speedy and satisfactory accomplishment oi
the weighty purposes for which it was crea
ted, we feel fully assured from ’.he chsractei
and reputations of the persons chosen t<
represent the sovereignty of the State.
In looking over the list of members w
find men ot all shades of political opinion, not
only as regards party distinctions previous t>
the war, but with reference to the war Itselt:
and many of them are not unknown to fanu
for talent and usefulness in positions ol
high political trust. In a word, the Conven
tion bids fair to be a highly respectable, sen
sible body, and we trust and believe will
show sense by doing just what It is
called to do, and no more—making the ne
cessary organic which fall withi
tic province of a Convention, and leaving
ail matters of ordinary legislation to be act
ed upon by the Legislature when it assem
bles, and making provision for its assem
blage at an early day.
There are two subjects, however, which,
although not coming within the purview, it
maybe, of Conventional enactmeni, are of
such overshadowing importance, ass ctiug as
they will, the future happiness and prosper
ity of our people, as to command a large
shore of its deliberations, viz.: the estab
lishment of copsmon schools, and the origi
nation of a prac icabie scheme for the intro
duction of foreign emigrant labor, to fill up
the large vacuum created in the department
of industry by the Dew status Conferred upoi
the colored population of the State. Should
legislative action upon these grave measures
be regarded by the Convention as outside ol
the pale of its legitimate lunctions, an expo
sition of its views in the declaratory form ol
resolutions would greatly tend to facilitate
their perfection by the Legislature. *
We have already present! the public with
our views touching' tiiese luteresting topics,
«Itf4h%ve we "gratified to' know have met
with much popular favor. To repr >duce
them now would be needless repetition and
subject us to the charge of mpererogation.
It affords us pleasure to ann>>uucs to tbr
readers of the Hkbald that the most com
plete arrangements have been effected by
which we will be enabled to present prompt
ly and fully the proceedings of the Conven
tion. No pains or expense will be spared to
give the earliest and most reliable intelli
gence of events that may occur at the State
Americas Criticiim is the title of a pamph
let that vindicates the *“ Life and Time* ol
John Fluss," from an unjust attack on that
■work by Gillett. Tbit publication bad re
ceived the commendation of all the most
dißu*7uished theological Periodicals in the
Uni tea states besides that of many oth<”
Europe, but had been praise'’ I iy by one
•very eminent Ger- ,t -vhw, the "Mora
vian.” cj >»';! Mu. Ihe author of Amiri
rati C< ii*c ■iffl"’ arraigus the critic of tlie North
>ii»«hc<a kt the bar of criticism on jtwj,
supports his u)
1* .•■A.iSi-ss .. rfieta! learn tig.
—lt is : ia mat the Empress Eugene is
bout to publish a volume of original poems,
written in Spanish; slso that she has pub
lished a pamphlet entitled, “Mexico, from »
Providcutial Point of View."
—The steamer Belfast, loaded with cotton
on her way trout Demopolis, Mobile, was at
tacked by a party of guerillas, who riddled
the pilot house and c ibiu with bullets. The
passengers escaped by taking refuge behind
—Heaviirfioodb have occurred iu Japan re
cently than are recorded iu the last 130
—Baron Gerolt, the Prussian Minister, and
oldest diplomat iu Washington, has had sev
eral protracted interviews with the President
—Another new comic paper called ‘‘The
Little Joker,” is announced. Tne prospectus
says it will not follow the beateu track o!
imitating Panc’i. It is to be Issued monthly,
at fifty cents a year.
—The Southern Aid S’cieiy has been re
vived, and has r.csntly rvClived a donation
of $40,000. Its proceedings were suspended
in 1861, till tile close of the war.
Ex-Gov. Joaep.i E B .wn is still occu
pying lh» Executive Mansion at Milledge
ville, but will soon remove to At anta and
make bis home there.
The Southern Express Company are
patting up a line of telegraph from Augusta
to Atlanta on the line of the Georgia Rail
The civil government of Chattanooga
has been restored, and Richard Hcndersou
Esq., elected Mayor.
—The latest invention is a “palpitating
bosom” for the ladies, which is set in motion
by a concealed spring, when an extra dis
play of “emotion” is required.
—Mr. Edwin Booth, accompanied by Lis
bride, a daughter of Mr. Jules Havel, of
Philadelphia, attended the Brooklyn Aca
demy of Music last week.
—The local police of Nashville, Tenn., arc
not allowed to carry pistols ; they are occa
sionally searched by the Provost Marshal,
and if any weapons are found on them they
—The steamer Eclipse was successfully
•WAUfi si Augusta last Sunday
tMk national rtftxeii
This subject for the most thethodieal ireat
uent requires a division, as We have staled,
oto the four beads of Carrency, Revenue-
Debt and Taxation, which w* shall take up
n the order named. I. Currency. Mr. Mc-
Culloch, Secretary of the Treasury, io some
-emarkc recently made by him at Fort
-Vayne, (Ind.) has expressed biinsel! on this
branch of our subject in tho most unequivo
cal manner. He announces his design of
.'ootraefing the curreucy. In c >nfonnity
with the soundest scientific principles. The
-ourco of Us disordered condition he traced
c early to the-excossive issue of paper money,
trising from the necessities of the war ; he
it tne same time stated It to be his purpose,
ts It is bis duty, to prepare the way as
■peedlly as possible for a resumption of spe
cie payments, and tho restoration of the
standard. He Indicates that there is but one
. nodo of effecting this, i. *., by contraction
or lessening the volume of the currency.
There are some peculiarities, however, at
, end a tit on the present excessive issue of pn
oer money that do not usually accompany
be use of this instrument of finance by gov
rnaient. It has been combined with a sys
■em of specie payments. At former periods,
in the history of the United Slates, when re
-ort baa been bad to this expedient of pro
viding revenue, the suspension of specie pay
ments by the government has boon partial. It
could not have beenjotherwiss than total dur
ing the war of the revolution. The war of 1312
was attended fey a suspension total and cn
ire. The war which has Just closed has
seen accompanied by the payment in part of
the government dues iu paper money and
part iu gold, while the revenue has been re
ceivable in the same way—the duties on im
ports In gold and the other portions of reve
nue in paper money. *“
This has Introduced considerable compli
cation into our financial system. It has been
(■Plowed by the action of contradictory prin
ciples while the blending of the Issues of the
government with the scheme of banking au
thorized by Congress have In their joint
operation either aggravated the evils of a
depreciated citculating medium or counter
acted the effect of those measures adopted
by the Treasury to reduce the currency of
paper money within moderate limits- The
National banks were authorized by Congress
to fesue three hundred millions of dollars.
There is no rule or standard to determine the
quantity of paper currency that may be ab
sorbed by the wants of tho country in its
whole extent. If the period just previous to
tbn war is assumed as a criterion, not more
than three hundred millions will admit of be
ing issued without producing an artificial
rise of prices, nud giving a dangerous scope
to speculation. The National banKa have
already issued two hundred millions and the
prospect is that they will exceed the limit
prescribed by Congress if some check is uof
placed on the prevailing tendency in that
Now it is obvious that if whilg tim Secre
tary of the TreajVHy is shaping his policy of
contraction tbe National banks are pursuing
ttSSf opposite policy of expansion, impelled
by a speculative tendency in the public miud,
that the counteraction of which we have spo
keu will defeat the most judicious plau that
Ciiu be formed to resume specie payments,
and recover the normal staudurd ot value-
While the public expenditures continuod on
a large scale the action of the National banks
and that of the government was of course
concurrent in adding to the volume of paper
money- The utmost that the government
can now do is to contract the public expen
diture, so a9 to countervail, if possible, the
effect on the currency of the action of the
banks. This can be Uous by the conversion
of the unfunded into funded debt, a process
which the Secretary of the Treasury has
now la operation, necessarily one of great
caution, for If too rapid it will injure the
The continued rise of prices w< 4 m*-
cate, however, that tbers is * join-i/e
at work of mere powerful -ation than
H". erdl causes of inflation.
Hie New York Journal of Commerce
whose views ot all sacu queotbet are char
acterized by soundness, itgeif as
follows as relates Jr efltect of the fifty
* It will not do now to say that only in a
"tatc of war could the couutry endure such
,i prodigious volume of paper raonev. This
was about the only serious mistake which
the Conservatives made in their estimate
of the effect of these issues. They held
that a reduudaut currency would accumu
,nte unused,and could not be forced upon the
people. They now see that an expansion
ums no such natural limit. The market will
ulapt itself to any amount of issue, aud the
moment the equilibrium is restored each
addition is as welcome as the first, and
is more felt as surplusage.
Before the war the oidiuary limit of paper
circulation was three hundred million dollars.
Now we have nearly one thousand mil
lions, aud if tins were doubled, there would
»oon be uo visible redundancy. The effect
of an expanded currency is uot seen in the
piling up of superfluous notes, hut iu the
unnatural inflation of prices, aud the un
healthy excitement which follows it, as au
intoxicating draught, into every part of the
system. Those wlioflatter themselves that
a further expansion, by the authority of Con
gress is impossible because of the great
abundance of the issues now flooding the
couutry, will soon discover their mistake, if
the experiment is tried. They minister to
a thirst that will uevef be satiated by any
such supply; they increase the hunger which
grows witu the service, sad will never be
Tins explanation satisfies the condition of
the problem, iu what manner the additional
notes are absorbed or find their way into cir
culation, but it suggests no remedy for the
evil. If there is no limit to the expansion
gold may advance to a fabulous price. There
is “a natural limit.” A country may isolate
itself trora the rest of the world both com
mercially and socially, and it would make no
difference if three thousand or three hun
dred thousand millions constituted the
amount of its pappr money, instead of three
hundred millions, if it had no commercial in
tercourse with any other part of the world,
but the check to any such excess is found in
Commercial intercourse. Mr. McCulloch in
dicated the limit to an excessive issue of
paper money. A country that abuses the
privilege by paper money is one in which it
is advantageous to sell in, and disadvan
tageous to purchase in. No country, how-
ever fascinated its paper money, cau pursue
so destructive a system without the loss of
its foreign commerce. It will not obtain any
more than a temporary advantage in its
finances by such an expedient to avoid the
burdens of taxation, and the steps by which
it recedes from this unnatural position, will
be found more painful than those were pro
fitable by which the false elevation was
IrwAstiu Aw ibtrtoUL.
! wee onr last circular there lias been consWer
| able activity in the market, and all description of
1 poods arc Arm. with an advancing tendency. The
| Upland Cation market, a- wits tie |>erc«lveU by onr
• quotations, ha-> advanced fn-m 3 to 6 cent, during
! tiie week, and the inquiry continues active. Sea
fdandaalao continue in request, at a corresponding
rate. We notice the receipt of some -i.OOi pounds
of unpinned Sea Inland, which has been sold at 10
(I*lso per lb. The receipts of cotton by the river dnr
ing 'tic week has lieen fair, that by wagons has fal
The timber trade continues active and full rates are
paid for all good qualities.
The dry goods market ts brisk and advancing. W e
quote prints at 29 to 32 Kc per yard, and shirting,
unbleached, 4-3, 33 to 33 per yard, bleached shirting
31 to 55c per yard ; Delaiuea 40c per yard ; Georgia
manufactured goods arc advancing. We quote
yarns at $3.26 to $3.50 per bunch ; Georgia Shirtings
33 to 38c per yard; shirtings 14c to *1,35 per yard.
Cloths are in demand. Cassimeres are selling a t
$2 to $3 per yard. Jeans 66c to *1 per yard.
The money market Is quite active, all specie offered
Is readily purchased. In stocks very little Is doing.
Coupons of tiie city of Savaunah are la demand.
Very little business is doing In time bills, foreign
exchange Is nomln 1.
Cotton.—During the past week there has been a
very active Inquiry for cotton, and prices have ad
vanced from 3 to 6cts. per hundred, on all qualities.
Yesterday the market was very unsettled In conse
quence ol telegrams received front New York, an
nouncing u general advance in all the various sta
ples. in that market. The stock or Upland, on sale
In this market, will not reach more than one hun
dred hales, while that of Sea Island will probably
not reach fifty, much of which ts inferior. The mar
ket closes very firm at the following quotations, while
some holders ask higher rates
Low Middling 58
Strict Middling GO
Good Middling 62
Ska Islands.—Tills staple continues very scarce,
and few sales are made iu consequence of the want
of stock. The fluer grades are mostly sought after,
but all qualities meet ready sale. We quote from
90c. to $1.25 per pound.
Receipts Since Oct. 14th, 1865.
Upland. Sea Island. Dom.
By River 2,012 2X 161
By Central Railroad HI 133 4
By wagons 21T 44
Total Receipts, 03,310 205 185
BX POSTS SINCE OCTOIiEC 14, 1863;
Upland. Sea I. Domest's.
This week 2.525 169 128
Previously 27,020 1,765 2,868
Total 29,651 1,024 2,986
STOCK ON KANO, 1835.
Upland. Sea I. l/omcst's.
Stock, Sept. 1 3,684 94 238
Received tills week 23,310 205 165
Previously .25,817 1,793 2,782
Total 31,821 2,092 3,183
Exports 29,551 1,924 2,SCO
Stock on hand, Oct. 19,
1865 2,270 168 197
Paving rate. Selling rate.
Boston Sight L per ct. dts. Par IK per c.
New York Sight 2 per ct. dls. do.
do. 30 days Ito ljf and Int. do.
do, oQ <la.Vs no transaction do.
Philadelphia Sight 1 per ct. dls. do.
Baltimore Sight 1 per ct. dls. do.
Gold buying 46a47
Gold selling 48a49
Silver buying s&uflfl
Silver selling 37a38
hides.—The market ts very active Siud has ad
vanced to q:, exienf entirely unlooked .for. It Is
somewhat more quiet, and the following quotations
will be found reliable :
Green Hides —to 4c. per lb.
Salted 6 to 7c. per lb.
Dry Salted * 0 to 10c. per lb
Dry Flint 10 to lie. per lb.
Tea—During the week the market has remained
without change, and we quote Imperial at *1 40@2 ;
Oolong at $1 20ijyl 60 ; auu Pouchoug at sl@l to ;
Young Hyson at $1 56*2 50 V lb.
Iron and Steel Tne demand for Iron and steel
comlnues very good, the demand being to All orders
of country merchants and farmers. We quote Ameri
can Iron at 7c. per lb ; Swedes 10c. ; Plow-steel 12K ;
(Just steel 3oc. The last Is mm and sales very light.
cotton and Wool Cards.—The market Is very
firm, and with an advancing tendency. We quote
cot on cards per dozen Sit ; v.-00l cards $9 per dozen.
Bi tter—Since out last report the market has been
firm at the advance front 5 to loc IP lb, previously
noticed. Wc now quote prime western, in firkins,
at. 50@32c %* lb, and New York goshen at 53@56c.
The .dork on sale Is only moderate.
Lard—We notice an advance of 1 to 2c during the
post week, und quote prime leaf, lu tubs, at 31@33c ;
auil pressed at 27@29e yl lb.
Cueese—The market Is abundantly supplied with
this article, and with only a modem's l-'iaaSd,
clueily confined to the retail trade, » quote prime
goshen at 13@l'2c, and plneanu' joc J ft
Nails.—No change In F larttel We quote F..on
ton, assorted size* B ft-
Oils.—The uiatket m advancing, We m ...
seed at ft. . > pe- ..-otaa • Lard Oil, • >; kj
-90 i*»r -uiion.
Ft our.—we notice an advance afcj. lllT -aw- r.,>»
Lbl- on-au gredesor flour UurU.y.jg Mat week. The
stock on sale Is equal < ■ i ; , c dmuaud. aad ever.
; '."3ft. -rings an ad.'iuoaatwuppty.
• good Ohio at
dtO KOIU - .1 69(j12,'60. The
prueipa lurtnj e week has been for low
!r' £Sde», end n ; .. them at f.9@10 per bbl.
.voujeexn. famS'.y :.a've been sold at sl4, and fancy
brand* as high as sl4 so.
Cakbles.—A good demand continues for all tle
aeriptlous of candles, Bober’s Georgia Tallow are lu
great request by retail dealers. We quote Adaman
tlbe 31 to 33c. $ lh.; Hull's Mould Tallow 24c. >, lb.;
Roberts Georgia Tallow 26c. ft.; C. U. Grants’ com
Scuahs We notice an advance of one cent 0 lb.
on most descriptions of Sugars, particularly on the
fluer qualities. The market Is unsettled atid holders
are not very desirous to operate. We quote Browns
l«@l7tse; « Codec 2lc; A Coffee 22e; Crushed
24c; Powdered 23@24c per pound.
Wuiskey—The market Is well supplied with all
the various brands of liquors. During the week
quite an active business lius been done, and the ad
vance noticed lu our. last has been fully maintained.
We quote Gibson & Sou's Whiskey—Choice old Mu
nongaliela rye, s3tftu37o per gallon do XX, utf 34u ;
do XXX. at ‘s3 S3 ; do Old Bourbon, $3 30; old Nec
tar, 1840, $3 vO; old Family Nectar, $i 15 ; pure old
rve, f4 33 ; pure old wneat, $4 40 ; old cabinet,
$4 #5 ; Medar swan gin, $3 30; Nollet’s Imperial do.,
*5 So; Otard, Dupuy & Co.’s Cognac brandy, lu quar
ter casks and half pipes, sll to sls per gallon. Sher
ry Wines, $2 SO to $4 50 per gallon, uccording to
quality ; Imported Champagnes, lie St. Marceaux X
Cos., Reims. S2B per case of quarts ; Due De Monte
brella, S2B per case. Wallack’s Brands as follows :
Kectilled $2 70 ; Imperial Neciar ut $3 50. Bombm
$3 oo ; Columbus Om at $4 uo ; Jl. Leavy A Cos s
genuine Kentucky, Bourbon, lu cuses, sl2 ; Nicho
las Sctmapps $12." Sherry Wine sl2 ; Coguac Bran
dy S2O, Ale. per dozen, $3 ; Porter, per dug., $3 ;
Virginia Mountain Dew Whiskey $2 7o per gallon
Old Plantation Bourbon Whiskey $3; Fuller's Old
Stets43oto $5; Old Santa Cm 2 Rum, warranted
genuine, $S to 10; P. li. Oodard’s Brandy sls per
gallou; Seiguette sls; Crown Sherry, per gal
lon, $4; St. Martin’s Port, $4 per gallon ; Ske
lian’s uolueu Ale, per ease of two dojen, $5
50; Porter do $i 50; Ales In bids sls; Cham
pagne Cider per case of one doz qts SO, pts, of
two dozen $6; Kentnrkv Bourbon Wnisky $1 50 per
gallon; Old Rye $5 per" gallon ; Old Bourbon $3 to
350 per gallon, imported Sherry $4 25 ;«nd Port at
$4 25 peg' gallon. Imported Champaguc $25 to3u per
case. Pare Holland Olu $4 to 6 per gallou: Cognac
Brandy s■> to slu per gallon, by cane, S3O to 38. Egg
Nog sls per ease.
Bacon—Although an active demand has existed
daring the week, principally for tire home trade, uo
change In the rate has taken place, lu consequence
of the low state of ttie river tire orders from tlie in
terior have not been lllled, and therefore the trade
lor the country lias been inode rate. We quote prime
Sides, 26(8zee ; Shoulders. 23©24c ; Hams, 25<s>26c.
There ts a moderate demand lor Idckled Meats, with
out, however, any alteration In prices. Family Pig
Pork Is quoted at sl6.'? -20 tjtt half bbl ; Beer, 17?$013.
We hear of sales of sides and Shoulders at 22c.
Bagging— There la a moderate supply of Bagging
on the market, sufficiently, however, to meet the
limited demand which at pYcSeut exists* We quote
Gunny, 27(5 28 c ; sea Islands, 27028 c.
Colts—The demand continues moderate and Is
chiefly confined to the retail trade. The stock is am
ple, and wc quote Maryland White at $l5O and prime
western at $1 4001 60 bushel.
CorrEk—There has been no change In prices since
our last report. The market continues to be amply
supplied, aud we quote Java at 40u42c ; St. Domingo
at 34c ; and Rio at 34a36c $ lb.
CaebaOES— T ne stock Is very light, soOlclent for
the demand. We quote from $4 to 10 V hundred,
according to quality.
bMCES—During ihe last fortnight we notice an Im
portant advance In all kinds of spices, and cow we
quote Ground Pepper, 33c ; Ginger, 30c ; Cinnamon,
65c : Cloves, 45 ; Allspice, 35c ; Mace, $1 35 0 lb.
Kish—The market continues to be abundantly
supplied with all kinds of salted Ash. A small quun
tlty of uew mackerel have been received, aDd have
met wltii ready sale. We quote new No. 1, In bids,
at S2O ; half libls, sl4 t kits, S3 25; lu kits, No 1, $2 76,
do No 2, $2 60, do No 3, $2 35.
Hay—Although the stuck Is fair the demand con
tinues limited. We hear of sales of North Ktver on
the whan at ooaosc V 100 tbs. From store Northern
Is selling at $1 26. There Is very little Eastern on
Bali—The supply of Liverpool Is equal to the de
mand, aud we quote It at s4a4 26 V sack. For coast
salt the Inquiry Is very limited.
Boars—The market is well supplied with all the
various brands of soap. During tbe week an ad
vance of lc 41 tb has taken place. We now quote
Colgate!’ No 1, at 14c ; Pate, 16c ; and Hull’s at 14c
* S by the box. Fancy soaps have ateo experienced
tbe same advance.
Btaucb— The stock on sale is very abundant, and
rite* inAsii. v»«isprffs. We quota Kingvttrd •at
I**l2)Bi and ' Mane's *• l4< * ft by the no*.
IbitvaLfc*.—Thfcre Is B"T ff'-"d demand fortius
, anielp for home cwi-tunpd'C' V"' supply contin
ue* limited, and we quote cedar •tuugie- at *7 per,
M., and iprnee ptu» at |i je-r V. The -upplv is not
equal to tiie demand, and *ll f*lr and good lot* meet
Timber. -The receipts of Timber continue very
fair, hut not sufficient to meet the demand. We no
lle* that s number of vessc.s are loading for North
ern ports. All lots of good timtier upon arrival, *r»
quickly purchased, at bin'-' tor ranging, and $23
523 for choice.
Wool. -Dnnng the past fort night the receipts have
liven unusually tight, and all fair lot* bring from 3*
to 40 cents t- r pound.
I-ENOKs—The .-toil; is very light, and no good tresli
article Is on sale. We quote inferior at *«a7 V box.
A good quality would bring Bla 10 p box.
Lime—The stock is ample, but the demand Is con
fined solely to the retail trade. It U selling at $4 p
Oath—With an abundant supply and limited de
mand, prices have declined, from 6 to lo cents D
bushel. We hear of a sale of 17,0 G bushels in bulk,
at 7714 c, and from store at BSa#oo.
Lumber—The demand continues active, but ttie
supply Li v*ry limited. We quote a* follows ; While
Pine,'rough s,o; do dressed, $50a55 ; Spruce Pine
Scantling, $33a35 ; Yellow P ne Boards. $66 p M.
Yellow Pine, for tbe West India trade, SSO.
Molasses.—We hotlee no change In bits' article.
We quote New York Refined ot 55c T gaiion, and
JGoldeu Syrup at 80 a 90c.
. Onions.—'There la only a moderate Inquiry for
home consumption. We hear of sales at *3 50 P
Potatoes.—There Is an Roundant supply on sale,
and from store the rate Is *3 50 p bbl. Some supe
rior lots have sold at *4.
Rope—Prices continue unchanged. The demand
Is steady at the previous lates of 18 to 19c p lb.
Bkaswax.—The supply continues limited, and
Southern Yellow Is gelling at 4*c.
Nails.—The demaud ts good, and assorted quali
ties sell at t.«9c p ft. The market ts fairly sup
Rice Avery small amount of rice is on sale, and
the demand continues very lair. The quality of new
rice is so hadlv prepared that It depreciates the arti
cle, and onlv’ a few hundred bushels In all have
reached the'market thus far. while heretofore, at
tilts season, thousands of bushels have t>een shipped.
We quote t.eorgla at 12®14c.: anil East India from
10012 c. per lb„ from common tolprime. The greater
portion ot the latter article on the market Is of an
Biscuits.—All qualities of biscuits have advanced
during the week- We quote Sugar at 16c.; Boston
at 14c., aud Soda Crackers at I3C. Tbe demand Is
Raisins.—We notice a decline in the ral* of old
Raisins during the last fortnight, and quote them at
$7 p box ; $3 50 p Halt box, and *2 p quarter box.
The new crop Is selling at $8 P whoie box $4 p
Freights.—ln consequence ot the low state of the
river the receipts of cotton during the week have
been light, and some of our steamships have depart
ed with less than their full cargoes. We quote cotton
to New Yolk as follows : lc. j>er pound for square
hales by steamships to New York; Wool aud round
bales of Cotton at lKc. per.lb.; Domestics, $1 60 per
hale ; measurement goods at 15c. per foot. A ship
Is filling up for Liverpool at -Jd. A number of ves
sels are loading with lumber for tbe Northern ports.
To Philadelphia, cotton lc. pcrlb., compressed; 1.25 c.
eon-compressed. To Boston, cotton ?*c. for com
pressed. To Northern ports, timber sllq*l2c. per lu.
Coastwise —Cotton, from Florida, $3 per bale.—
From Thomnavtlle, sls. From Doctortown, $9.
From Darien, $2. From Augusta, no specific rates.
Goods to Augusta, $2 per hundred weight; measure
ment goods at 50c. per cubit loot.
Quotations for Uscurkxnt Monet and Securi
ties corrected by Henry Bryau, Broker, Ac. The
Notes to lie $5 and upwards. These rates will tic re
duced 10 to 30 per cent, on smaller notes.
Augusta Ins. and Hanking Cos. in
Bank of Augusta *•>
do Athens 21
do Columbus 11
do Commerce 9J£
do Fulton : 29
do Empire State 9
Bank ol Middle Geoigls 95
do Savannah 42
do State of Georgia 22
Central Railroad and Banking Cos 7*
City Bank of Augusta W
Farmers’ and Mechanics' .13
Georgia Railroad and Banking Cos so
Marine Bank 52
Mechanics’ Bank.. ivm 9
Merchants' and Planters' Bank 1 .0
Planters’ Rank 10
Union do 1®
Timber Cutters’ - 5
Bank of Camden 1®
do charleston l®
do Chester 17
do Georgetown 13
do Hamburg 17
do Newberry..... 2®
do South Carolina 1®
do State of So. Ca 1®
Commercial Bank, Columbia 15
Exchange do do 16
Farmers’ and Exchange 10
Merchants’ Clieraw 15
Peoples’ Bank 40
Planters' Bilik, Fairfield 14
Planters'aud Michunlcs’Bank 4
South W. K, R .21 •
l nlon Bank ■ 4»
Bank ol Cape Fear
Bank of Charlott
du dr'-' ■
do ft i
I Bank of jlor
LJ&- « -
bank or V:"t . - •
Cr-iumercla' - 1*
Farmer’" B. '...Ana 28
Merchant’s _» of Kewbern r.2*
Sink of Mobile.., 6S
do Montgomery 76
do Selma 21
Commercial Bunk 22
Central do 28
Eastern do 42
Northern do S3
Southern do 62
Old Georgia 6’s 60@85
do 7’s 70 75
City of Sa vunnah 05 70
August; 70 75
Central Railroad, past due, 75 offered.
Memphis and Charleston Railroad 30
Generally less than Bonds—City of Savannah, .60 65
Central Railroad 66)4
Southwestern Railroad 650,0
Atlantic and Gulf Railroad 66
Georgia Railroad 60
BAVANNAH WHOLESALE PRICES OORRENT.
Articles. PER FROM TO
BiOaiNO, Gunny yd 27028
Sea Island yd 27028
Bale Rope lb 18019
BksF, New York Mess. bbl le@l?
Prime bbl 17X018
Bacon, Hums..'. ft 26024
Shoulders 1b 25®24
Sides 1b 24026
BeEaD, N'avv ft
BI'TTEr., Goshen, Prime. lb 63036
Prime Western ft Ftrs9@s3
Candles, Adauiautiu . ft 29030
Hull's ft 24@26
Cheese, Goshen ft 18025
English Dairy ft —@24
Pine Apple : ft 3i®—
COFFEE, St. Domingo lb 340
Rio ft 24036
Java. 1b 40042
COKDAUE, Hemp . ft 23030
Manilla lb 30032
shirtings, Brown yd
Sheetings, Brown yd
Brown Drills yd
Cotton Osuaburgs ••
Fisu. Mackerel, No. 1, Hbbi s2o®
do. No. 1 bbl 110-
do kits 2 7;@325
Flops, Good Ohio bid 10250 to 50
Good Family bbl 1160012 60
Ordinary hbl 9 00010 00
Grain, Corn, Maryland White bushl 1 4001 50
Prime Western bush l 12501 40
Oats bush 1 105 a 115
Glass. American Window —a—
Gi'Nrowjißit keg —a—.
Hay, Prime Northern ca t tOahS
do. Eastern cwt —a —
Hides. Dry ft ja»
Deerskins ft —a—
IRON, Swedes ton —a—
PI? ton —a—
Hoop : —a—
Sheet _ a _
Lasd, Prime Leaf... ft 81a33
Pressed ft 2M9
Lime, Rockland bbl s4a
LckBER, White Piue, rough mft s4oa—
do Pine dressed mft 50a55
Spruce Pine Scantling... mft 33*35
Yellow Pine Boards mft soa—
Molasses, New York, refined gal 660
Golden Syrup gal so@9o
Nails ft e*OTK
NAVAL STOKES, Tar bbl — o—
Oils, Linseed gal 11802 00
Lard, old gal 3 000-
Kerosene gal 1000
Osnabukos, Flax yd
Pork, Family Pig Pork bbl 16 00020 00
Porter, London, quarts
Raisins Malaga, .... box 8 000—
’• Xbox 4 000-
Salt, Liverpool sack 4 4005 00
coast. sack. —®—
Soap. American, yellow ft 16014
Sbot, au sizes 1b —®—
Brandy, Cognac Iu cases gal 20 000—
Otard, Dupuy A Cos, fc A X cks., gal 11 «oSI6 00
Gin. Holland gal 6 60S—
Whisky, rectified gal 2 780—
■' Old Kentucky gal 9 00®—
" Imperial Nectar gal 3160-
Bcoak, Bi rivn .1 ft I*#l7M 4
B. Coffee ft 214
l ru-heil . . ft 23i%'JS
powdered ft 23
Imperial . ... ft 1 40*12 00
Oolong. lb 1 20(5-1 61
Pouching.... lb 1 009*110
Twine, Seine ft
Baling lb — <ii — _
WIN ns. Claret case 9 50(512 00
Port gi.l 4
fclierrv • • gal 2 256 c 450
Catawba case —#**oo
Wool, Southern unwashed—,— lb sew .;7
• •• Clean ft
Eufaula Colton Market.
* EUPACLA. Oct. 12. 1865.
Our market Is verv brisk, aud prices full. AJI offer
ing Is freely taken at prices ranging from 20 To SSc.
In greenbacks, aud lGto24c in gold.
lUver very low. Freights by boats sS—boxes $5
BATOHSLO& 8 . HAIR DVB !
The Original and Best in the World ! The only true
aud perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Instan
taneous. Produces immediate.y a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without Injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the 111 effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Drug
gists. The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
anl4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, NewYosk.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL View ofMARRIAGF.
Containing nearly 300 pages, and 130 flue Plates
and Engravings of the Anatomy of the Human Or
gans In a state of Health and Disease, with a Trea
tise on Early Errors, its Deplorable Consequences
upon the mind aud Body, with the Author’s Plan of
Treatment—the only rational and successful mode of
cure, as shown by the report of cases treated. A
truthful adviser to the married, and those contem
plating marriage, who entertain doubts of their phys
ical condition. Sent free of postage to any address,
on receipt of 25 cents. In stamps or postage currency,
by addressing Dr. LA CBOIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane,
Albany, N. Y.
The author may be consulted upon any of the dis
eases upon which his lawk treats either personally or
by mail, and medicines sent to any part of the world.
MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY.
An Essay of Warning and Instruction for Yonng
men, just published by the Howard Association, and
sent In sealed letter envelopes free of charge.
Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard
Association, Philadelphia, Pa. octl2-3m
Died on the 24th of September, a the residence of
his father. In LBierty county, WM A. BOGGS, aged
39 years and 7 months.
Asa member of Copt. Pulu’s Cos , 29th Ga. Batt. of
Cavalry. Mr. Boggs contracted disease in the cam
paigns of Virginia, which resulted in protracted de
cline and death.
Asa member of the Masonic fraternity, and affilia
ted with the Clinton Lodge of this city, he faithfully
held tbe tenets of the order.
As the child and husband of many prayers, he was
mercifully brought to the light of the gospel, during
the trials of war. After his return to the love of home,
be calmly expressed bis belief that he would never re
cover, aud his resignation to th* will of God. Growing
more feeble he desired to be connected with the Church
before his departure. At his request the pastor and
m embers assembled at his father’s house, and, after
hearing hts experience, resolved to receive him Into
fellowship. Thir occurred on tho 21st, and with won
derful peace and holy resignation he passed away on
His aged father, wife and daughter, and sister—her
self a widow—are bereaved indeed.
•‘Friend after friend departs -
Who bath not lost a friend 1
There Is no union here of hearts
That finds not here an end;
Were this frail world onr final rest.
Living or dying, none were blest
There is a wotld above,
Where parting Is unknown ;
A long eternity of love,
Formed f r the good alone;
And faith beholds the dying here.
Translated to (hat glorious sphere ”
: M Leap Jo. 16. F. A. M
fcxtra Meeting will he held fjjj, After .
V o'clock, st HOI 1
f ' r vighton, to pay the lasttri
’ . <#t r **SiSt!*o.odt iat* Brother, WM. A- FOB
m'-c. >7lbef- i.rrlty sr-.lsvuedto attend.
W. GREENE, W. M.
Jn-o. H Houston, Secretary. oct2l
The friends and acquaintance of the tate Judge
FORWARD, of the Supreme Court of Florida, are In
vited to attend his funeral, from the Pulaski Bouse.
Tills Day, at 3 o’clock, p. m.
A COUPLE or good second-hand Drays. Address F.
Hera til Office. 3 oct2l
WATCHER Chains, Diamond Rings, etc., worth
over One Million Dollars, all tobseold for One
Dollar each, without regard to value. Not to be raid
for until you know what you are to receive.
During*the mouth ending March 31, 1866, T. &H.
Gaugban A Cos. have had the honor of distributing
among their patrons, Fix Hundred and Ninety Gold
aad Silver Watches, at the price of One Dollar each.
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES!
All to be Solti for One Dollar each,
260 Solid Sliver Dining Seta, $75 to 300
100 Silver Salver# an t Urns, 60 to 250
56u Solid Silver Tea Seta complete, 50 to 300
150 Rosewood Musical Boxes, 32 airs, 75 to 250
200 Mahogany Mnsical Boxes 24 airs, 59 to 200
250 Gold Hunting Watches, 76 to 250
250 Ladles' Enamelled Gold Watches, 50 to 200
600 Genu’ Hunttug Silver Watches, 36 to luO
6(>o Open-face Silver Watches, 26 to 60
260 Di u moed Rings, 60 to 100
6000 Photo. Albums, all slses 6 to 60
2000 Gold Vest and Neck Chains, 15 to 80
8000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 6 to lo
6009 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6to 12
2000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains 5 to 20
7000 Solitaire and Revolving Brooches, 6 to 10
2000 Lava and Florentine do 4to 10
6000 Corah Opal ami Emerald do 4 to 10
60U0 Moa ilc. Jet and Lava Eardrops 4to 10
7609 Coral and Emerald Eardrops, 3to 8
6000 California Diamond Pins, 6 to 20
500 'California Cluster Diamond Pins, 3 to 10
3000 set Solitaire Buttons aud Studs, 3to Ift
300 Gold Thimbles. Pencils, Ac, 3to 3
10000 Lockets, double-glass, 3to 6
8000 LOikets for Miniatures, 6to 10
3000 Cold Toothpick , Crosses, Ac., 3to S
5000 plain Gold Rings, 4 to 10
6000 chased Gold Kings. 4 to 10
lftftfto ,-hield and Signet lings, 3to 10
10000 California Diamond Rings. 3to 10
7500 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, Jet 6to 10
6000 sets Ladles' Jewelry coral. 8 to 12
5000 sets Ladles' Jewelry, onyx, 10 to 1*
6000 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, lava. 12 to 20
2600 sets Ladies’ Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 30
10000 Gobi Pens, with Sil. hold is, 6 to 10
5000 Gold Pens with Gold holders, 6to 12
60 0 Gold Pens and holders, superior, 10 to 16
6000 Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups, Bto 10
StlO'Silver Cantors and Wine Holders, 16 to 60
2000 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets, 20 to 60
Messrs. T. A H. Qaughau A Cos, No. 116 Broadway,
New York, tsUealve manufacturer and Importeraol
all the leading and most fashionable styles of
Watches and Jewelry, desiring to Increase their basi
nets to an uullu lted extent, have resolved upon a
Great Gift Distribution, subject to the regulations fol
Certificates naming each article and Its value, are
placed iu Healed Envelopes and well mixed. One of
these envelopes will be sent by mall to any addreti on
receipt of twenty-five cents.
kit Articles sola at One Dollar each, xetthout regard
On receipt of the certificate yon will sec what yon
are going to have and then It la at yonr optlou to send
the dollar and take the article or not. Purchasers may
thns obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond King, or any set
of Jewelry on oar list for One Dollar, and In no case
can they get less than one dollar's worth, as there are
no blanks. The price of Certificates Is as follows
One for 26 cents; five for $1; eleven for $2; thirty for
$6 ; sixty-five for $lO ; one hundred for sl6.
Ageuta will be allowed ten cents on every certificate
ordered by them, providing their remittance amounts
to one dollar. Agents will collect 26 cents for every
certificate, aad remit 16 cents to ns either In cash or
T. A H. GACGBAN * CO,
0021 las* No. 114 Broadway, New York.
BE# Ai»VKHTl»AlftfcTfL ■
Metropolitan Fire 6oT
A special meeting will be held at Flro
'mgr Iran'- Hall. This Evening, at 7 S oTlock.
Every ~1,-niber I. 1 xiertea to be |>r< -ent
- »*'l~ to rluw- up oiuinea* iu relation lo the
JAR STEWART, ltesident
W. N. Vai.i.KAv. Secretary, 1 QCI2I
At Private Sale.
A TWO Store Wooden House Mid Blacksmith
Shop, on West Broad street. A first rate stand
for hnsines.-. Apply to Dr. T. 1L Malone, on the
premises. Possession given on the Ist of November.
fW. STARBUCK & C
111 North Water Street,
Careful selections made on all orders for the Pur
chase of Goods, and Consignments respectfully solic
ited. lm oct2l
Rooms to Rent.
AT No. 95 Broughton street, between Bn*l and Dr»y
. ton. South aide 1 oct2l
Randell & Cos.,
South West Corner Bay and Bar- 1
ARK now prepared to offer at lowest market rates; j
209 bbls Ex. Ohio Flour ; 100 half bbls Family
Flour; 100 bbls No. 4 Hominy; on half bbls Hominy;
60bbls Sod. Crackers; 30bbls Sugar Crackers; 190
boxes Crackers—Fancy, Lemon, Egg and Desert; 150
caddies Black and Green Teas—Oolong, English Break
fast and Imp.; 100 bugs Coffer—St. Domingo and Bio:
40 muttsO. G Java Coffee; 60 mats Sine*. Coffee; 2oO"
boxes and xuvters Layer Raisins, new crop; 160 boxes
Ad Candles,6s. 199 boxea Mould Candles; I.oboxes
Family Soap; Go boxes Colgate’s Starch; Matches;
Spices of all kinds; Almonds, Walnuts and Filberts,
etc.; Wrapping Paper and Twine, Buckets, Brooms,
Ac. To which the attention of the Trade Is solicited.
SUGARS— Crushed, Powdo’red, Coffee, Yellow and
SYRUP—W R Golden, in bbls
LARD—in tubs—C. and F Leaf
CHEESE—State Daries, in small boxes
TOBACCO—Navy Pounds, Half Pounds, Tens and
MACKEREL—Hair Bbls and Kits Nos land 2 •
SHOT—Eagle Brand, all sires For sale by
randell a co,
aet2l lw S. W. cor. Bay and Barnard sts.
I say, Jones,
DO TELL ME WHERE YOU GET YOUR FINE
SEGA R S .
WHY, 1 thought all Smokers knew that, at
‘‘NICHOLS’ NEAT STORE,"
No. 113 South Broad-St.,
He has the finest Segars In the place, besides he sells
so cheap, and 'tls worth > quarter to see ~hU store
Between Barnard and Whltaker-streets-
N. B.—Good Butter, Cheese and Lard,for sale cheap
as the cheapest. Call and see.
oct 21 1
LODGING AND BOARDING.
FOR Six Gentlemen, can be obtained In a central
part of the city by applying 10 Letter M. Box No.
212. 6 oct2l
The Schooner HATTIE M. MAYO,
'7iv>rt\ Captain Curtis, having two-thirds of her
I cargo engaged,tv ill have quick despatch
A deck load will be taken if offered.
g . For freight applv to
CRANE, JOHNSON A GHAYBILL
UIX TIERCES SsnsfiLv-ArbEe, juit reetlve.l and
’ - for «al»- ,2-
CLAOHORN * CUNNINGHAM,
octai __ «
JUST' remtved anc for rale by
CLAOHORN 4 CUNNINGHAM.
HAVING secured the services of a moat excellent
and proficient Watchmaker and Jeweller, Mr.
Edward Pagan, from Geneva, Switzerland 1 take
pleasure in informing the citizens and public generally,
that 1 ain now prepared to execntoall work entrusted
to me in the most approved and workmanlike manner. ;
Satisfaction guaranteed. Thankful for past favor# and
solicits a continuance of the same.
Corner Broughton and Whitaker streets
oct2l 1" Savannah, Ga.
BET W EEN Abercom street and the Market, a pair
of Gold Spectacles, in a black case. A liberal re
ward will be paid for their recovery If leftat the office
of HAYWOOD, GAGE A CO.
THE Books of Subscription to the Capital Stocks of
the National Express Company will be closed to-,
morrow. Persons wishing to subscribe will please call
oct2l 1* H. BRIGHAM. Commissioner.
Remaining In tlie office of Adams Express j
Cos., Oct. 520th, 1865.
Banks, Adle (colored! Bridge, G
Boyd, J Bussell, H A
Barns, Mrs R
Cullen, Jas T Corley, Charles
Caloitt, H S
Dalev, M Davis, Geo H
Deruter, Wm Dakin, J
Davis, Mrs C O
Gannany, Q W Garslde, James
Haley, Peter Hire, II
Iverson, E (colored)
Jones, J L Jov. H M
Jonrdon, T J
Kenney, Chas H Kavenaagh J P
Kirkpatrick, J O Klennuu, Thus
Mosher, Alex Miller .11
Maurice, Mrs H Miller Robt
Muller, H H Modle Mrs C
Nlvln, Alex Nugent, Wm
Richmond, H P Rokenbaugh, J 3
Robinson, W G Roberts, Capt Jeff
SulllvaD, Jas Sanborn, Benj
Smith, H W Stureflagal, Capt A.
Storkes, Miss Mary Smith, Andrew
smith, Mrs A A
Trine, Noah Thornto.n, Mrs H
Vannaha, Benj C ,
Western, Capt C B Williams. J H
OCt2t E. P. TCNISOET, Agent.
Dunn & Brown,
HAVING opened an offloa at No. 36 Bay street, be
tween Habersham and Price streets, we are pre
pared to farnlsh crews at the shortest notka
SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. sl,
Dton BonricauPs great 6 art Play 0 f
The Willow Copse.
To conclude will,
Monday—EUSTACIIK B VCDEN. THE OOXDEMV.
SD—with New Mueic anil New Scenery,
Curls, Braid*. W nferfallw.
Bauds, Wigs, Half Wigs. 4 Ci(
Wholesale, fat the lowest possible price of import
tlon, for Cash.
W. It. Cameron Ac Cos.,
Importers ol Hair and Manufacturers.
NO. 313 FULTON ST , BROOKLYN,
Near New York.
Large and small orders punctually attended to
SCRANTON & MACUIRE,
Shipping and Commission Merchant*
43 EXCHANGE PLACE).
NK W YORK.
Liberal advances made on Consignments of Cotton,
Tobacco, aud other Southern Produce. Orders for
the purchase of Ooods In New York promptly attend
Scranton, Smith A Cos.,
Crane, Jounaon A Graybill.
A. Champion, 7oct2(!
Grits and Meal,
GILLBM'S MILL RE-OPENED. Having purdiita
• and the entire Interest from Mr U. GUltra In his
large aud utenslve Mil Is. on the coiner of Habcr.ha.u
street and Perry street lane, we are now prepar <ll j
furnish Grist aud Meat at favorable rates. Corn will
be sold reasonable. All orders promptly filled,
octll-lm LUDINGTON a HARRISON.
Mil in Store on Consignment,
BUGGI3S AND CARRIAGES
Also, a lot of Fine Liquors, consisting of
SANTA CRUZ RUM,
BORER’S BITTER j, 4c.
Which we offer on the most liber.,! terms.
VAN HORN. HOLYOKE 4 MURRAY,
octll ts No. 9 Stoddard's Block,
TIHE undersigned having associated themselves to
gether under the firm name of LaKOCHE, G\BK.\
A UNCKLES, for tho purpose of transacting a Gene
ral Grocery, and Commission Business and having
secured the large and commodious store, corner of
Bay and Barnard streets are now prepared to receive
any and all consignments made to them. They also
have extra rooms, suitable for Dry Goods and F. my
Articles, which, If accompanied by. owners or agents,
are the best In the city ; from u long cxp-ricEce and
thorough acqualntaiin- with tbe business, they hope
to give entire satisfaction to all makiug consignments
Liberal advances made on Cotton Lumber, Ac. con
signed to them for sale In Savaunah, cr for shipment
to their friends In New York, Boston or Baltimoi e.
Laroche, gadkn a uncbxks.
Isaac D. Lahoche,
Binj. G. Gai>e.n,
David S. Umcklcs. lm oetlO •
ALL persons indebted to the late firm ofE Heldt 4
Cos., anil Heldt, Jaudon 4 Cos., will please cal'
and settle the same at the old stand, up stair*
oct6-3m .. JAiV
ftET YDv El
TST; Bl KNAPP,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu
Saddles, Bridles, * Harnesses,
Harness, Bridle, Band, Sole and Patent
SADDLERY WARE, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
Leather and Rubber Beiting and Packing, French
and American Calfskins, Ac.
AT THE SIGH OF Tllr OOI.DEN 9ADM.V,
West end Gibbons' Buildings. Market Square.
BW A large assortment always On hand, and for'ale
at the Lowest Price*. 3 octHO
COOK I IST G
Round Rots, Ovens,
Hollow AVare, <fcc.
Whitaker and Bronghton Sts.
J. G. THOMPSON & CO.,
B. W. Tilton, Agt.,
Tilton, Worrall A Macy, Southern
I? Carriage Warerooms, No. 610 Broadway, New
** Manufactory—Mount Vernon, N. Y. octC-lm
The regular Leetores of the Twenty-Sixth Anna a
Session will commence November Ist. The Infirmary
will open October 16th.
THOMAS E. BOND, A. M. t M. D.
Pathology and Therapeutic?
PHILIPH. AUSTIN, A. M-, M. D., D. D. S ,
Dental Science arid Mechanism.
A. SNOWDEN PIGQOT, A. M., M D-,
Anatomy and Physiology
P. J. 8. GORO AS, A. M-, M. D , D. D. S,
RUSSELL MURDOCH, A. M., M. D-,
HENRY HOBART KEECH, D. D. &,
Demonstration of Operative Demistry
THOMAS SOLLERS WATERS, D. D. S„
Demonstration oi Mechanical Dentistry-
For information addiess
F. J. S. GORGAS, M. D.
43 Hanover street, Baltimore, Md
Th Steam Flour Mill
THIS large Mill, adapted to Flour. Meal and Orkb
X will be rented to an approved tenant for one or
The lands east of tn« Mill, down to ones’Canal
well adapted to Gardening, Grass, Jfcc.
The Race Track, two miles from the city, on tbe
JYnXUsta Hoad, Including the Goodal land.
A tract of land on the sonth aide of the tame road
ojgicaite to the Race Track.
oor tenna apply to O. B. Umar or George S.
s»—» gears . C. A Lamar.
Administratrix of C. A L. Umar's Estate