The Savannah Daily Herald
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~7^S r AIC Mpyp VY, ~NOVKMBMR 6. H 65-
It mi'.l be seen fr.rn the proceedings of the
Convention, «s reported in tbe despatches of
our Mil ed'-r* v lie correspondent, that tbe
Convention did n >t adjourn sine die on Sa
turday, as wa»« xtucled.
Tbere are several important measures still
*BdA consideration and awaiting decisive
: tion, inr udinr: tbe proposition to repudiate
t e S'ate debt, on which there will be, pro
• bljr, a I rotraeted discussion, Consuming
.st of tbe present w eek. The anxiety ot
j mbers to ret ch their respective homes
1 ore el cuon tnay so hasten the dis
j- 'a! of the most important matters ns to
permit final adjournment on Saturday next.
THE ST AM Os OF iME NEGRO AT THE
The great and seemingly vitsitting ques
ttou of ibis country at present is that of
negro suffrage, and'it is painfully apparent
that it is to be the theme of animated dis
cussion for years to corat, in spite of the
jnost patriotic i Sorts to dispose of it iu such
manner as to tv.iLdraw it entirely from the
arena, of sectional controversy.
The radical party of the North, with Wen
dell Phillips, Charles Sumuer and Thad.
Stephens as champions and mouth pieces, Is
Clamorous for the enfranchisement of the
Southern negroes, en masse , with tlta right of
•uffrage, whether it be see piahlo to the cit
izen population or not. It is made by them
tbe situ qua non for the readuii=sion ot the
seceding States into the Union- They main
tain that Congress Las the constitutional
power to. exclude S aithern members from
their seats in l oth branches ol that body
until the Southern States make all the Con*
cessions for the apotheosis of tiro negro,
which they so pertinaciously demand.
To expose the injustice and meanness of
such arraut fanaticism, it is only necessary
to show the s'a.us of the negro In many of
the Northern State*.
As the result of the best examination we
have been ahleCo make from the means of
iutoymation before us, we find that out jf
twenty Northern or free States (free prior to
President Li. din’s proclamation), only sev
en permit negro suffrage to ft greater or less
extent. These are the New England States,
with one exc ption, and New York and Ohio.
In five of the New England States the right
ii unconditional. Iu the sixth, Connecticut,
we find that it not only does not admit ne
groes to the right of suffrage, but has more*
than once emphatically negatived a propo
sition to do so. In Ohio the election fran
chise is confined by tbe Constitution to
white male citizen iu the United
Stated*’ resident one year in the State. But
tbe Courts < f Ohio having held that every
person of one halt' white blood Is a “whits
male citizen" within the menuing of tbe
Constitution, and that the burden of proof is
with the cha longing party to show that the
person is more than half black, which is im
practicable, ite.ru t?oUid appear to be very
few restrictions ,upon the right of colored
persons to voL i.i Off >.
In all the otiur thirteen States tho right
of suffrage is retused to the negro, at the
same time that in some it is conditionally ex
tended to Indian a Now, if Wendell Phil-,
lips and lii* loiffw.rr Ste really influenced by
feelings of unaffected philanthropy in their
efforts to elevate the black race, why do
they omit 10 make war upon these thirteen
States for nlu-iug to do that which tbe
Southern Slates decline to do, and for
which the latter are held to such stcru ac
Taking it for granted that the ucgrocs liv
ing iu the thirteen Northern States uro more
intelligent than the late slaves of the
South, and are therefore more entitled to the
privilege of voting, the omission to confer
the right of suffrage should certainly bo
doubly offensive to the moral sense of these
noisy advocates for polititical equality. Not
so, however. Tuey do not propose to ex
clude the Congressional Representatives of
the thirteen recusant Northern States, to ex
tort a recognition o: negro equality in the
manner proposed to brew-beat and humili
ate the South. Such barefaced hypocrisy
and heartlessness is without parallel in the
history of any ci . i.lz J p eople, and that its.
dbameless exhibition by Puilips & Cos., has
disgusted the conservative and fairminded
men of tbe Repuubiican party is not sur
prising. It has pi..ved to be too much even
for the hearty stomach of Henry Ward
Bet-cuer, who uas recently turned his back
Upou the dangerous agitators, for which
he was coarse y denounced iu an address re-
Csutly tje live red by Puilips in New York.
MEbS.YGu UP THE i'RO VISIONAL OOV
tKjCU OP FLOBiDA.
Oa the 24tli ultimo, immediately after the
organizatiun of the Couvcution by tho elec
tion of ilr: Tracy us President and Mr.
Peeler aa Secretary, Governor Marrin sent
in bis message ; of which the following is a
By the operations and results of the late
■war, slavery has c -ased to exist. The Con
vention should therefore deciare that all the
inhabitants of the State, without distinction
/** color are free, and that neither slavery
xtorinvoiuatury servitude, except as a punish
ment for crime, shall hereafter exist.
The ernauc putioa of the negro makes it
■necessary to detiue in the constitution what
his-civil rights and privileges shall be. The
. adoption of suca measures as wifi guarantee
protection in the enjoyment of all rights of
person and property U recommended? p to
tectiou and not political privileges U what
■ eSror T rCamhl3 condl.iou.
While opposed to any participation of the
negroes in the affairs of the Goy« rilinent he
Strongly urges the admissibility ot bu ’ .
mony in the Courts of justice for or aeain .
While persons, and recommends the n° ”
of an ordiuaufru declaring that no^*^* 6
shall be incompetent as a witness on uccoum
of bis color in any mutter civil or criminal
wherever tho State, or the life, liberty or
rights of or property of any colored
person Is concerned.
The passage of un ordinancj declaring the
ordaancu of secession nu t a .and void is recom
mended, aud au additional ordinance nn
nullinf nr rallying • Such other oidiunuce
audacis pis ud during the warmth*in
of the 3 atfl requires.
»krruu u ,'! "< ‘ U i: <iurdou >* '‘uuounc*d In
•taor? J! u * L-u “••camlldafo lor Gov
TUB ST A I K ILBITIeK,
We learn from tbe Augusta Conslitmion
l»t of tbe 2d instant, that tbere are- quite a
number of candidates in the field lor Con
gress, and that the indications are that the
campaign, although brief, will be lively and
Io the seventh Congressional district Dr.
Hamhleton. Mr. J. A. Stewart and-Geu. W.
T. Wofford,are sandidutes for Congress.
Judge B H. Bigham and E C. Purdy are
candidates to represent the third district.
Gen. Phil. Cook is announced in the sec
Iu the filth District Hon. John Miiledge is
announced as a candidate for Congress.
Hon. Junius Hi'.lyer is* a candidate in the
These are all the candidates lhat have
been publicly announced.
Iu this district Mr. Solomon Cohen is nn
nounced, and the probabilities are that there
will be two or three more Richmonds in the
field, including Mr. Jauies> L. Seward, of
Ex-Governor Brown declines being a can
didate for re-election and rccommeuds Mr.
Jenkins, of Augusta, to the people for the j
position of Governor.
THE STATE ELECTION—FOR CON
To the Editors of the Savannah Daily Herald :
The Slate Convention has ordered the elec
tion for members to tbe Congress of the
trailed Stares on Wednesday, th« 15th inst.
In the selection of delegates the true men of
Georgia ought to be represented, and they
claim the privilege of natniug and voting for
the man of their choice. Iu the free and un
interrupted exercise oi this privilege a num
ber of them present the name of Col. Caret
W. Styles, and respectfully call upou the
voters of the First District to maintain their
digutty aud secure the integrity of the State
by selecting him as their Representative.
Savannah, Nov. 4, 1865.
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
Savannah,-Noy. 4th, 1865.
To the Editors of the Savannah Daily Herald :
Gentlemen.—ln your issue of this morn
ing, Inotice mynaine proposed in connection
with others, as candidate for Aldtrmau ot this
city. Please obligo me by announcing that
I respectfully decline the -nomination and
the office. »
Very respectfully yours,
8. Yates Levy. /
To tht Editors Savannah Daily Herald :
As the choice of City Fathers is fast ap
proaching, and all citizens like to be gov
erned by those for whom they have love, as
citizens, if not as fathers, I beg leave to pre
sent tbe following ticket, hoping that the
people will hold a meeting and ratify the
nomination of the gentlemen named.
Foa Mayob Col. Charles C. Jones.
For Alderman :—John R. Wilder, John
McMahon, W. T. Thompson, Dr. James B-
Read, John L. Villalonga, Thos. Holcombe,
Kobt. Lacblison, John Foley, A. Porter,
John F. Wheaton, Solomon Cohen Jas. L.
Haupt. A Voter.
Ttlli next conokess-
The political complexion ot the next Con
gress is a matter tbat is exciting mania in
terest throughout the country, owing to tlie
important questions that will C >me before it
this winter tor consideration, many of
them affecting most vitally the future destiny
of the seceding States,
Tue Chicago Republican publishes a com
plete list of the Dames of the members of the
two Houses of tha next Congress. From
which it appears that in the Senate, twenty
five States are now represented by 3H Re
publican* and Unionists, and 11 Democrats.
According to the party divisiou that existed
before the War, the House of Representatives
now stands HO Republicans and Unionists to
51 Democrats, but on the great question of
at once admitting the representatives of tha
Southern States, or koepieg them or most ol
them for a longer period in probation, it is
not probable, says the CunstUulionalitt that
the same proportions will be preserved.
Should all the Southern States now without
representatives,whose Senators or Represen
tatives are yet to be elected, choose Demo
crats opposed to negro suffrage, as is to be
expected they will do, and, should they be
admitted, the Senate will then contain torly
seven Republicans and Unionists, and
twenty-seven Democrats ; and the House of
Representatives would contain one hundred
and fitty Republicans and Unionists, to
The published declaration dr the Clerk of
the House of Representative that he will not
place the names of the newly elected mcn>
bera from the seceding States on the roli to te
called by him on the first" day of the session,
preliminary to organization, and the enforce
ment of fhc test oath, with the large pre
dominance of Repuolican strength ns indica -
cd by the statement of the Chicago Repub
lican, present a truly discouraging prospect
for the eye of a Southerner. It is partially
relieved however by the assurance that
President Johnson will become the great
champion of our cause, and will command
sufficient influence in the Republican coun
cils to achieve its triumph in the admission
of Southern members to their seats.
Nomination or Col. Stilus. —The commu
nication signed “Matty Citizens,” which ap
pears in our columns .this morning intro
duces a third candidate into the field lor the
coming election of U. S. Representative,
from the First District. We understand
that this nomination was made at a meeting
of genfjemcn from several of the o’jt -yiug
counties of the District, who are confident
that their candidate wilt command a large
share of the snffiages of tho counties they
Admission or Southern Members—A
strong movement is said to be on loot in
Washington to admit eoutheru members of
Congress to their seats, whether they come
to take the test oath or not, aud it is said the
following members are in favor of the mea
Mr. Conness, of California ; Mr. Fessen
den, of Maine ; Mr. Crepwolt. of Maryland ;
Mr. Hendeison and Mr Brown, of Missouri’;
Mr. Morgan and Mr. Harris, ot New Y. rli ;
Mr. Sherman, of Ouio ; Mr. Cowen, of Fenu
•ylvania ; Mr* Cnllamer, of Vermont : Mr
Willey and Mr. Van Win’.tje, of West Vir
gmla; Mr. Doolittle, of Wisconsin; Mr
r u'erton, of Tennessee, and Mr. Logan, ot
T . mtimo *v Admitted in Tknnf.s
in.- * aw passed by the Tennessee fck-u
--"*That iv>r L n, "J o| by. »*n the l»lTl, read. :
are herebv o?? u ' Alr,c,n or Indian descent
roum in all
'atty air. mu '“ ler “
tteient wim..,,.. i. S! 1 t cl 01 Congress mm-
BamSTStt ft2r r“i e Uu i;
th. Uutle.l Hiatus SdU ltd
tnm oompsurnoy are bX*y ,t ',g££, ,r *"
i HAIR DYB S
I Th- Origins! *nd href in the World! The «*!;• tree
j red perffve Hair Dy.c Hanr.lese. Reliable *U4 lI.MAII
- . ,-ona prihlnort !ranwdl.<t«.y a aptoDdid Black or
! l.aiar.l Cn.wc. w.ibbut injuring Uu hair or sldu.
I :«merts~ tha HI sffucM of had dym Sold by all Drng
-1 .!*;•. TUo KCiiuioe is signed William A. Batchelor.
' inct.C'ERATINO EXTRACT OP SiIIXULKUBS.
For Restoring and Ueaatifylng the Hair
uU-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR. New You.
I A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of MARRIAGE
Co.itii.mnsj nearly fsio pottea, aud 136 flue Plates
and Engravings of the /.nateray ol tbe Human Or
yin-in astute of llealtti and Diaea-v. with a Trcn*
iki on llarl)- Errors, its Declarable I'auseqncucea
upon Hie nunil and Body, with the Author’s Plau of
Treatment—the only rational aud successful mode of
cure, as shown by the report of cases treated. A
truthful adviser to the married, anil those content
rlf.tlng marriage, who entertain do'jbtaot their phys
-1 i-ali irduiou. bent free of postage to any address,
on receipt 0f23 cents. In stamps or postage currency.
i>y addressing Dr LA CROIX, No. St Maiden Lane,
Albany, N. Y.
1 he author may be consulted upon any of the uis
e.ises neon which his (took ti eats either personally or
i y mail, and medicines sent to any part of the world.
MARRIAGE AND CELIUACY.
Au Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young
men. Inst published by tbe lioward Association, and
sent in sealed letter envelopes free of charge
Address Dr. J. SKILL rN HOUGHTON, Howard
Aerociatlcn, Philadelphia, Pa. octl2-3m
Kftthalron Is from the Greek wotd "Kathro," or
‘•Kath'iiro," signifying to cleanse, rejuveuate and re
store. This article U what its name signifies. For
proserving, restoring and beautifying the human hair.
4t Is the most remarkable preparation lu the world,
t is again owned aud put up by the original proprie
tor. and Is now made with the same care, skill and at
tention which gave it a sale of over one million bot
tles per annum. >
It is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf aud dandruff, t
It keeps the head cool and rlean.
It makes tho hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off aud taming
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beaatful head
of hair shonld use Lyon’s Kathairon. It is known
and used throng bout the civilised world. Sold by al
I)EMA3 BARNES &TO.,
ocl2T-eodly / New York.
Hagan’s Magnolia Balms
Th e is the most doltghLful and extraordinary article
ever discovered. It changes the snn-tmrnt face and
hands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty,
imparting the marble purity qf youth, and tho distiii
gw appearance so inviting in the city belle of fashion.
It removes tan, freckles, pimples and roughness from
the skin, leaving the c-mpkxion fresh, transparent
aud smooth. It contains no material injurious to
the skin.’ Patronized by Actresses and Opera
Stugcrs. Ii is wbat every lady should have. Sold
everywhere. Retail price, 5U cents.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N Y.
Address ftU Orders to .
DUMAS BARNES A CO.,
ocL27-eo lly New York..
We have U-arned not to be astonished at anything.
Years df experience and a correspondence exteudiug
throughout all nationalities of the habitable globe
have turned theories into (acts aud established a basis
from which we need not err. We are not surprised
at such facts as the following-although the persons
who write them are. We know the persousmud cir
cumstances, hence feel at liberty to indorse their
“Ne** BkdFOHD, Maus., Nov. 24,
Dear Sir,-v-I have bean Mtflictert raauy years with
Bcvvrc prostrating cramps »n ray limbs, cold feet aud
11.. wkl a general rtisoidereU system. FhystcUxis
.tuil metiicities failed tt» relieve uie. While visitiDg
M*rae frieutis iu New York who were using Plantation
Bitters, they prevailed upon mo to try thexu. I com
menced with a small wine-glassful alter dinner. Feel
ing better by degrees, iu a few rlays I was astonished
to dud the uoMness and cramps had entirely left fie,
and I could sleep tho night through, which X have not
done lor years. I leel like another being. j\!y appe
tite mid strength have also greatly improved by ihe
use of the Plantation Bitters.
Respectfully, Jcditu Russel.**
Rxkdsjiukt, Wts.. Sept Id, 18UJ.
* • * 1 have been iu the array hospitals for four
teen mouths-speechless and nearly .dead. At Alton.
111., they'gave in« a bottle of Plantation Bitten*. * *
Three bottles restored my speech and cared me. • •
t’. A. Flaexs."
The following is from um Manager of tho Union
Home School loi* the Children oiYoiuiiteenj:
k ‘iIAV£MKYKS MaNSIO-N, S7lh St , >
New Yolk, August 2,1863. >
Du. DuAKt:— I Your wouderlul Mautatiou Bitters
have been givou to soma of our little children suffering
from wcsKness aud weak lungs with most hnppy
effecL One little girl in particular, with pains in Her
head'loss of appetite, and daily wasting consumption,
on whom all medical skill had been exhausted, has
baeu entirely restored. Wc commenced with but a
tesspooutul ot Bitters a day. her appetite und
strength rapidly increased, and the is now vreU.
Respectfully, ’ Mrs. U. M. Davoe.**
«4* * • I OW y much to you, for W verily beliovc
the Piautatiou Bitters have saved my life.
IfeV. W. U. VVAOOONEtL
Mathid* N. Y.
4 • • • Thou wilt send me two bottles more oi
thy Plantation Bitter* My wile Ims been greatly
bcncfUed by their use.
4 Thy friend, As\ Cthkin,
Philadelphia, Pa. M
“• • • I liavo b9eu a gruat suftVier from Dyspep
sia. aud had to anamlou preaching. * • The Plan
tatioa Bitters havo cured arc.
• Rev. J. 8. Cathobn,
Rochester, N. X."
"* * * 1 have given the Plantation Bitters to
hundreds of our disabled suldiors w.m tne most aa
tl. W. D. Asumxwa,
Superintendent Soldiers' Q< mo. Cincinnati, u."
“* * * The Plautation bitters have cured me 01
Liver Ootuplai.it, of which 1 was laid up prostrate,
and uad toilia.mm my business.
U. ii. Kiausunr, Cleveland, Ohio.”
“* * * Tue FUniulion UiUers have eared me of
t derangement of the Kidneys and Urinary Organ,
that lias distressed me 1(1 r yeura. It acts like a charm.
C. C. Mookk, No. 284 Broadway."
Ac.: sc., die., dec., Ac.
The Plantation Ritters make the weak strong, the
1: nguid brilliant, aud are exhausted nature’s great re
storer. They aie composed of the celebrated Catlsaya
Bark, Winicrgroen, Sassafras, Roots, Herbs, Ac., aU
preserved iu perfectly pure bt. Croix Rum.
S. T.-1800-X. *
Persons of sedentary habits, troubled with weak"
ness, laa.ltudt>, palpitation of the heart, lack of appe
ttu, distress after eating, torpid liver, constipation,
Ac., deserve to suffer If they will not try tltem.
They arc rrCutmucodsU by the highest medical au
thorities. and are warranted to produce an immediate
beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable,
peifectly pure, and harmless.
Nonet—Any person pretending to Mil Plantation
Diners in bulk or by thegallonis a swindler arid im
postor. It is pul up only lu our log cabin bottlo. Be
ware of bottiss re tilled with Unit llou deleterious stuff,
for which severs! persons tr« already In prison. Be*
lUnt very bo tie lu. our United Htstee sump over tku
cork uiunultmtcd, end our signature ou‘ steel-plan*
Sold by r»p, uah:*-throughout ttiubebluble
P. It. bIUKO * CO.
"W-** M Broedwfty.N. *.
FIXER AL IN VITA TIOE.
Ibsfricn isaoJ acquaint-new of OEOBGE fll’T
; sad family are respectfully turtle I to st tend M*-
I funeral, fivui his late residence corner Test Bread
and This Morning at W o'clock.
AEYV AU V Kit Ti»K*l EVTS.
Meohaiiic Fire Companj’.
. Attend a regular montiily meeting
TllU fMouuwy) Evening, at S o’clotrit at
tbe Hall of Uie WasUngtou Fire Com
puny. Apuuetaal attendance is requested, as busi
ness, of great Importance will be brought before tlie
W. D. DIXON, Ut Assistant
B. J. GlaSsK, Secretary.
EIHSTEW 4 ECXIAH,
No. 151 Congress St, Somali 6a.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WKLL KNOWN”
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
HAVING Just received and opened a very large
and select etock of Fancy Drew Goods House-
Keeping and Domestic Good), BltnkeH. Cloaks and
Shawls, Also Hits. Boots snd shoes.
And nil articles usually found iu s first e ass
Diy Goods House, we would m st respectfully invite
our fi.rmet trteuds ..nd customers; also Merchants
and Planters visiting the city, to call aud examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
EINBTKIN & ECKMAN,
novfi-tf 151 Congress Street, Savannah, Ga.
For Sale at our Stoves at Savanali, ’
Augusta and Macon.
DIFFICULT INSTRUMENTAL PIECES. 1
Illustrations (II Trovatore), ' Jael
Fantasle (So tuna tabula), Keybach
Marshe de la Garde Imperial®, Egyhard
Premier Aveu Nocturne do.
I*es Bells de New York, Valso Satter
La Belle Atnerlcaice, do
Os Medium Difficulty-
It Bacclo (The Kiss), Vatse, Ketterer.
lloute-ED Train. Galop de Conat t, Lvttcrer.
SansSoucl. Galop, Archer.
Le Reve D’amour. Marche, Abbott.
Pretty Little Tunes for Little Fo’ks, Beliak.
Musical Photographs (62 different pieces), Angelo
. Popular Songs.
“I am Dying. Egypt, Dying,” Sledle
Tis but a little Faded Flower, Thomas.
Mother Kiss Me iu My Dream, do.
My Bed in Heaven Massett.
Lula Long, Webster.
I’m Lonely Since My Mother Died, Thompson.
Katies’ Secret, Ambahl.
Tenting on the Oirt C tmp Ground, Kcttreoge.
Tell Me Little Twinkling Star, GrifHu.
" bttlM C SOIIRIENBR A SONS.
JOHN B. GUIEU4 SON,
HAVING a lons experience in the Agency of
Steamboat Companies lor many yearn, we will
gl va our pereual attention to any consigned to our
cure. Augusta, Nov. 6—lm
An election will be held at the Court House in the
city of Bavannah, on Wednesday, loth of November,
inst., fora Governor of the State of Georgia, fora
Senator of tho First Senatorial District, composed ()f
the counties of Chatham, Dry .n and Ellinghara, and
for two Representatives from Chatha m county In the
General Assembly of Georgia ; also, for a member of
the House of Representatives of the Congress of the
United States, to represent the First Congressional
District of Georgia, as established by the State Con
vention. To entitle a citizen to vote ho must, be
qualified us prescribed by the Constitution and laws
of the State of Georgia In force Immediately before
the lath of January, A. D. 1861, (the date of the Ordi
nance of Secession,) and also he must havo taken
tnd subscribed the oath of amnesty, as set forth In
the President's Proclamation of May 20th, A. D. 1865.
Polls will be opened at seven o’clock, a. in., and be
closed at six o’cloak, p. m.
The Sheriff of the county, or his Deputy, with the
Constables thereof, who havs complied with the
Proclamation of thq President aforesaid, are requir
ed to attend said election and preserved order.
WM. H. CCYLEB, J. I. 0. C. C.
GEO. P. HARRISON, J. t. c. C. C.
JOHN SCREVEN, J. t. 0. C. C.
JOHN WILLIAMSON, J. I. C. C. 6.
BOV l) , td
LADIES’ AND MISSES’ CLOAKS, Just opened
aud for sale at
EINSTEIN A ECKMAN'S.
Novt 151 Congress Street
fIIHE undersigned beg leave hi anSouncc to the dti-
A aeitß of Savannah that th- y have reopened their
Coal Yard at their wharf, formerly known as the
Charleston wharf, where tl#y propose keeping oh
hand a full supply of coal for Family, Steamboat snd
Blacksmith use. They are uow landiug per schooner
Vapor and Trade Wind from Baltimore and Phila
delphia. 209 tons Blacksmith's Coal, 275 tons Lorbary
Kod A.h Otul, which they offer for sale in lots to suit
nO-3 CLAGHORN Jt CUNNINGHAM,
ALL the nnsold Pews of this Church will be sold
tub and >y, the 6;h of November, at 3 o'clock, p. m.
i-rreous desirous to obtain a Pleasant Pen- In the
dapti.t Church, will have an opportunity to do so on
tie 1 day of sale at the above hour. n6
Turks Island Salt
200 SACKS In Store, aud fur sale by
no il BELL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN.
/"tONSIGNEES perStesmer Union, (Hunter A Qam*
mclh Octaves Cohen, D. Lathrop. W. H. Starke
a,id S. Fanisworthy will redelvo their consigttmeuts
tillsdsy, st Ferry Wharf, under Oa* Housu Hill.
-. _ F. M. MYKRCLL, Agent.
A BRICK nod Slato Roof Stable, iu a desirable
location. Apply at tills office,
STATK °F . GEORGIA, GLYNN
To all whom it may concern :
Wtoreaa, Ann J. O’Sullivan will apply at the Court
T for Letters of Administration on tho ex.
tat# of P oreiico O’Suilivan, late of bald County de-
rbese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
whom it mav efineern, to lie and appear before enid
Court tu u.akc objection (If any they toavo) on or be
fore the fii>t Monday in December iu.it, otherwise
•aid Icttera will he y ented.
JVIUy my otticui eiguuiure this 94 of Nov#m-
BUHL!. BTgTMIBW J. QOItTON, o. a. o.
Savannah Medical College-
TIIK rewjlsrco use of Lscturss will Itegln on Mon
dsy. the doth of t love ml ter, sml will continue for
tour muaUie. The session has been delayed for two
srek*. by lbs nvcubstlOM of (be College Building far
boipllsl purposes by Hie fun-ne or the Untied t- ntes.
. J4MKH B. UKAU, M. D, l**r
Jjckgonvlll*, (Flsj I'liltth, Ceustlia louellsl, Au
Remaining in Alans’, EiprMi C'usn|ia
■f*,OM,tvv. 4, 1*6.-,.
Andrew*. Mack Cit'd
Blount, H D Boyd, jerry
Cooley, Mrs M Clift, Dr JIV
Dettler, Theo Daniel 1, Geo W
Hamlet. Jno P. ltoyer, Jonas
Jawes, Isaac ,
Klos, WM Kraft, Mr* J
Knorr, Dr L
Levter, Mrs E Lawton, Wlubort,
Murback, Miss A C Mayer, Sami
Pitnder, Jno Parker, J H or
Prescott, J C Pacety, Mrs C C
Pinder, J K
Restmau, J G Root, Col R
Richmond, H P Rodgers, Capt A J
Studer, Mrs V 3 Bluffer, Mrs H 9
Toriey, A F
Yon Entrtts, T,t M
Wright I V N R
nov « *. p. TENNISO'*, Agen*.
For Southern Bank Notes.
MANNING & DE FOREST,
l» WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
CORRECTED OCT. 21, 18G5.
Bank of Berkeley 85
“ Commerce. Fredericksburg 85
“ Charleston, Charleston 20
“ the Commonwealth....;
“ Howardsviile, secured 26
“ Old Dominion 40
” Philippi, secured 20
“ Rockbridge ,35
" Rockingham 85
“ Scottsvdle, secured 25
“ the Valley ;-t3
“ Virginia 34
“ WinchrSter 40
Central Bank of Virginia, secured 26
Corporation of Alexandria 55
Danville Bank, Danville 23
Exchange Bank of Va., Norfolk 25
Farmers' Bank of Fincas’le 35
” “ Richmond 26
Merchants’ Bank, Lynchburg, secured 35
Monticello Bank, secured 20
Northwestern Bank »t Jeffersonville B’.
Southwestern Bank, Wythesville 32
Traders’ Bank. Richmond 30
Bank of Richmond 20
Bank of Capo Fear 45
" Charlotte »7
•• Clarendon 14
“ Commeice 25
“ Fayetteville.-. ~. 14
“ Lexington 38
“ North Carolina 45
“ Wadesborough SO
“ Washington is
“ Wilmington : 27
” Yanceville 13
Commercial Bank, Wilmington 20
Farmers' Bank of North Carolina. 35
Merchants’ Brink, Newbern 55
Bank of Koxboro' 34
Miners and Planters’Bank 35
Bank of Thomasville 25
Bank of Camdeu ..80
“ Charleston 20
“ Chester 22
” Georgetown 20
’* Hamburg...’. 20
" Newbury 30
“ South Carolina 18
V State of South Carolina 22
Commercial Bank. Columbia 19
Kxchango ” “ 20
Farmers’ and Exchange 13
j Merchants', Cheraw 22
; People’s Bank 60
Planters’ •’ Fulrffsld 20
Planters' and Mechanics’ Bank 25
South W. It. R. j 25
State Bank 12
Union Bank 65
Angnsta Insurance und Ranking Company 12
Rank of Augusta 2 1
“ Athuns iio
“ Columbus 15
* Commerce 12
“ Fultoa 25
“ EmpireState 15
Miihlle Georgia 63
“ Savannah 45
Bank of State of Georgia 26
Central Railroad Banking Company 9u
City Bank of Augusta 20
Farmers’and Mechanics if
Georgia Railroad aud Banking Company 9o
Marine Bank 61
Mechanics’ Bank 12
Merchants and Planters’ Bank 12
Timber Cutters’ Bank 10
Onion “ u
Manufacturers' “ Macon 16
Bauk of Mobile TO
“ Montgomery 90
“ Selma.... ~...' 30
Commorcial Bank 30
Central “ ~.32
Eastern Bank 60
Northern “ 40
Southern •* ....*.....70
Bank of Chattanooga 22
“ Middle Tennessee ' 7*
“ Tennessee 2T
“ WestTc-nnessoe 30
City Bank of Nashville ; 46
Merchants' “ 46
Ococe “ c. 40
Planters' « 54
Shelby villa ** 75
Traders’ “ 30
Union “ 64
Bank of America 120
“ Louisiana 30
“ New Orleans 60
Canal Bank 98
Citizena' Bank 98
Creeoent City Oo
Louisiana Btate Bank *. 35
Mechanics’ and Traders' Bank 96
Merchants' * J' 50
Southern •• 120
Union “ 60
New Orleans CityScrlp SO
STATE BONDS AND COUPONS.
Virginia Bonds T. ®T2
N. Carolina “ r..6si§is7
North Carolina Floyd Bonds eo
S Carolina •• TOtars
Georgia " 55&90
Tennessee “ .-.5.i(y,86
The above Bonds are bought with Coupons lor 1861.
City of Savannah Bonds ,60a64
•• "Augusta, •• SlaOO
Charleston City Stock 40a45
New Orleans C.ty R. H. Bonds 03 ;9 i
“ n - . Consoliduled 75aS0
City Memphis end. by St. Teu 65a57
“ Railroad 53a56
“ Municipal 50a«2
Savannah Coupons... 6 >aTO
Augusta •• Csa7o
Memphis '■ 80aS&
N Carolina “ S(ia66
Temiesseo “ 56n57
Georgia “ 60
Virginia “ 40
South Carolina R. R. Bonds 60
Savannah and charleston, Ist mortg 80
“ “ Sd “ ..« 23itS0
Montgomery and W. Point U. R. Bonds 60..00
1 Nash, and Chat. endo. R It. Ronds 75
Memp. slid C'bsr. end. R. R Bonds ..66a00
Mobile and Obio R. R. slg. Bonds 46555
•' “ Coupons 60a66
Tsars dealing extensively In all kinds of Southern
Sororities, and pay particular attention to purchases
and Sales ou Commtsalon, lllliug orders for Banks aud
those lm.ebt.-d tu the Hanks.
Parties sending as packsgss by mall or sxpress Will
reelVl. lbs belli at of suy advance lu ihc market.
These quutatlous are not likely todocllm, a- South,
am mousy aud securities are in greet loudest si
Refer to tbo Btnklng And Business Houses vuiisrsl.
ly of tills cite. W* refer to A. Cltsioplnu, Jtsu Pres.
Idem, and floury Jiiyun, K*q., Jtsuki'r, *'
762 tttm •"*»*"
«IM UdcliAM. RAIXMIf A UO.
A GRIND SOUTHERN TOUR
For Season of 1865-6.
Will Exhibit * Savannah
For a short time only, commencing
Thursday, Nov. 9.
„ ' c The Managers would re
''' s state that In the
9* . 1 selection of Arilets for th.
0 I It has been the rroprletora’
; 4. |- ilesire to secure such a va
• - . ■ rtety that no patron shall
Ik— , jfail to Aud In It much that
will Instruct the mind and
/l* - V enollaln tllo attention.
'i' j U j V THE BRILLIANT
lift f Cluster
f .#1 -CELEBRITIES
// |J which adorn this
A are unparalleled In their sev
rt\ <| oral specialties.
f/ py I Tire atagii.lloeut
\ IN TUB
j are enriched aud beautified
PARif HERN ALIA
f "Si SUPERBMUSIC.
1 W \ 4 I MESSSK9.
ROSSTON & MURRAY
having t'anlshed the antique
style, and reached perfection
* \n * |th 'his organization, offer no
&tj MB stale or exhausted acts.
• | Scw Features and Fresh
never before Introduced to
“* 8 puUUc
j| jf Attached to tilts combina
\ 1 DOGS,
■ fc® . DEN. STONE’S
cabe and kite.
i' i Wlll stlowhow tnnchlivelier
|| / 9 | tliey are than all other Comic
j A /' | Muies, Trick Mules, Funny
Mules, Dancing Mules, or
■i 11 wjeel any other Quaint Mules
-irrWS? ’ known to fame lor being
queer in their conduct.
Public attentiou is called to the «
OF THE GYMNASTIC MIRACLE OF
PLYING IN THE AIE,
By tho Intrepid Panoratlil,
THE WONDER OF THE WOULD I
Tills splendid Gratuitous Exhibition will lie glee*
Ailjneem to the STONE, Rossrojf & MURRAY'S
Circus Pavulmi every dee. at 1 o'clock p. tu.
AU M ISSION :
first Clas. Sent*
Coluied OsUory J * M
g»^ y Doon »p«u si 2 *au oKMocii p. u*.
A Mtf 4P.XIK YTi.
(iavauuaU T lieu ire 7
MONDAY KVENINO. NOV. a.
First Sight oftlio old Favorite#
Mi-, ana Mrs. W. H. Orisp,
Who will ai post la Sliakspesre’s Tragedy of
To conclude with a
KISS IN THE DARK.
Lady of the Lake shortly.
TWO good Blacksmiths, to go in tho country Am
ply to-day at our o*tt e. 3 p
A GENTLEMAN and hi.s wife desire* board for the
winter, in a private family. Wilting to pay a good
price for superior t*cconuo<idalions. Subdu* for a
pitirof bones desirable. Address Key box 47. Po-t
Office, or apply at Room 62, Pulaski House.
IN a private fomUv, of the highest respt otabiiity, by
a gentleman and hia wife, for tbe winter. Address
A. A , Box 390, Post Office. f nov?.
Offices for Rent,
octta 12* Bay street, opp. Mariucr.' Church.
FOR E. H. S— 3s bbls Flour
20 hall bids Flour
0 bbls Crackers
6 bbls Egg* /
G A W—loo tubs Lard.
If not called for w ill be sold for freight aud expejkien
Qct23 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO,
<£Q A A MONTH! Agents wanted wanted for six
VO\7 entirely new article*, lust out. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Building, Biddetord, Maine.
sepl6 cl y \vjm
"W - agon • Freight
Apply to -
• ff GEO. C. FREEMAN.
(£0 ff A DAY! Agents wanted to -ell anew and
wonderful SEWING .VACBINF, the only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW <X CLARK, liiu
deford. Maine. sepl4-d.i:wSm
FOR CASH, nil the Rags, Old Bagging, and Wast
Paper in the city.
WARREN & PLATNER,
. sept!3 210 B,iy-st.
FOll SALK oi TO RENT.
Bacon for Sale.
PRIME Baltimore Sides rind Shoulders, by
nova-4 BRYAN. ll NRTJHQg .k CO.
Steam M i-l I
r l'flE Subscribers < ffer thofr Steam Circular Sfiward
A Grist Mill for sale. The Mill is located about five
miles east of Sundersviile, Wushinvtou county, and
one mile from No. 12H Central Rsiiroad.
The Engine is a twenty-five horse powor, with two
cylinder hollers, one set mill stone*, a good ttuuiiig
lathe, all complete and in succossiul operation.
We will sell the Mill to remain where it is, with
ample supply of Pino Timber for rawing, or the hliil
can be removed.
With the Mill wo will sell Oxen and Log Carts for
We will sell , ,
On Liberal Terms.
:i uP P ’ y t° Mceilß ' Ert|rin * Hardee for further pir.
novt'-O ERWIN ts CARTER.
Just Received and for sale on
QA BBL3. Old Virginia Mountain Dcwr Whisk' J
25 boxes English Dairy Cheese
20 tubs Choice N. Y State Butter
10 firkins Prims Western Butter.
„ CUNNINGHAM & PURSE,
nov‘2-3 No. 4 Stoddard’s Lower istercs.
Wood for Sale.
/"YAK, PineJLightwood constantly on hand snd for
\J sale, at Ferry wharf, under Gas House hill, by
oct3o-lw F. SJ, MYRELL.
• The Screven House
commodious and elegant Hotel iseffured for
* rent. It has capacity for 100 Bed Roonib, in ad>!i*
tion to Dining Rooms, Ac. It inpitaatedin
the busines* portion of the city. For*particulars aud
terms apply to
nov2-2w BRYAN, IIARTRJD jE A CO.
I OFFER for Rent next your, 180’, mv RJce Place, Is
Camden county, Ga., on the Great Satilla Kivcr,
known as the “Vcrniwt Plantation,” containing 4J)
acres of first qnatity R ce Land, and abont 100 acre®
of high land, all in perfect order, bald Ptuntulion h»s
been cultivated during the war, and therefore require®
no extra work to prepare it for u crop the en.-aiaj
All the negroes formerly belonging to me are still on
the place and anxious to remain, so there would bo
no difilen ty in procaring laborers. On the place Is *
comfortable dwelling house, together with all the
necessary buildings for the accommodation of labor
ers and storing he crop.
Seed for the coming year, Including Rice, Corn. Pea®;
SugsrCane, sorghum. Cotton, Jhc., can be obtained
on the place. For further particulars nddrese theiub
scriber at Waynesville, Wuync county, tta.
oct3o-2m .IAS. F. KING- .
Store to Let,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
The light and commodious Store, corner Merchant!'
Row and Palmetto Avenue, to lease for a limited tbr* l
Terms easy. Address f
W. S. SAMrSON, Jr., Agent,
, oetlS ts Lock Pox E. HiiffMi Head. 8. C._
URSS AND HANDSOMELY
Furnished Rooms To Let,
lA*T COR. OF PRICK AND OT. JOHAN NTS.
AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.
Tho "Pslmelio nernld Building •• having I*™ nrw'7
lilted up, Dow oflbr Urge and airy ttooias snltnUtv **
Sleeping ApsrtmesU nr Autins.a purpo»es. for
W. a. SAMPSON, it., AffW*.
Mil M Luck Box B, lilllon U>sd, S. 0-