The Savannah Daily Herald.
BY S. W. MASON & CO.
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W . T IHOMPSO' IblUor.
v ' \>i ! I-liivv, N"VKMBi-P IT.
Ml!'. FK BDIKJI’It BUHMC.
\V, ,hr Iron, tile New Orleans Picijrunp
.f tl 2Tu. ultimo, tli a a complete and most
siti-faciorv clianfie bad be- n effected in the
or(: ~izitiim of labor in ilmt State for th
r,.M, ration of tin 1 agricultural pind action. -
This improvement has been accomplished by
(ji-n’-r il Fullerton, recently assigned as Chief
~t the FroeOmetis Bureau in Louisiana,
n In si po icy strikes at Ibo great i vile sown,
by ,a.least by bis predecessor, and which had
1,,. a productive of the most initcLi vou
i. n-i qutnces.
* u appears lliat the injudicious manage
ment of title former Chief of the Bureau had
produced distrust, suspicion and ill feeling
between the plauters and their colored ein
I lotees, and inculcated the belief that it was
the intention ol the government to make a
division and assignment of lire lands of the
planters among them, with a gratuitous sup
ply of all the means neccss irry to conduct
The nuw Chief of the Bureau, Fullerton, in
au address which appeared immediately af- |
ter assuming the duties ol Ids office, gives
the eicatb blow to all these bad counsels, and
the lalse and bewildering hopes createil by
them. He assures the freedinen that they
will have ample protection against abuse and
injustice; that their equal rights before the
law will he protected, but that they too have
drnies which it is just as mach the business
of the Bureau to enforce ami compel on
their part, as it is to defend them against the
oppression and imposition of white men
And on the faitbiul performance of these du
ties their progress and welfare depend, as
much as on the aid and protection they may
expec from the Bureau.
We agree with the Picayune that this is
the counsel and policy of an intelligent phi
lanthropist and practical organizer, and con
trasts very slrikiugly with tile impolitic, un*
just and destructive schemes of many iu
competent persons into whose hands our
colored populaiion had the misfortune to lull
at the close of the late war.
The only remaining evil to be corrected,
the existence of which is both acknowledged
and deprecated by lire intelligent and candid
portion of the colored people themselves, is
the disposition of the idle and dissolute to
to congreigatcrin ifnd about' fliV totfifis and
c ries, where they degenerate rapidly into
habits of vagabondism and criminal indul
gence. Could the Bureau of that State and
ol this also, do anything that would go fur
ther to promote the welfare and happiness
ot this class, than to compel them, by some
means, to abandon such places and engage
iu some honest and useful labor? There L
nothing incompatible with equal civil rights
in Requiring every able bodied man to do his
part in the general labor of the whole com
Is it not in fiic power of the Freedmans
Bureau of this State, to apply this rule to
this class ? The power and duty, we be
li- ve. t-i enforce these requirements against
white men is imposed by a law of the State
«u a particular class ot our civil officers, but
as un; Bureau is for the present, especially
'charged with the care and supervision Os the
tYeedmeu, such power over them would,
We presume, attach to that office.
We concur most heartily with General
Fullerton, in th« opinion that all Freedmett
and Frcedwomen should have the most ample
prole clou iu tire exerc se of their rights, and
that they should lie treated with kindness
and tbrffeara’nCe by ttie \vffitea, lmt ihe' onlf'
gallon is equally binding on them lo peconic
honest, industrious and thrifty.
SOi rilßßt KNTERPHISE AN l> NORTH
wftkia the"phSl teW Inouftis a~ numbor ’of
extensive business ventures and planting en
terprises have tieen started in the Southern
S.a - Sipon . Northerd 'capital and*
Southern enterprise.' We learn from the
New York Times, that Qen. Taylor, late ol
the Contederato army, and brother-in-law of
Mi.J}ivi^jg L qi.ilje.l)s»d ttf 4 JHUoo.pUal-.
ing association, possessed of heavy Northern
capital, and proposing *is the field of its fu
ture operations the State of Louisiana Gyn.
Hetb Irufso tfyiftgtd interest Northern caps
tali-ts in an extensive Southern project. We
hare already announced that Gen. Joseph
Johnston has been chosen President of au
Express company which originated In Rich
mond, but which, it is intended, shall have
ramitications alike over the Soulhem aud
Northern States, and will combine the capi
tal, enterprise, industry and interests ol both
sec:ions.- SMeiiave seen retereuces-wade in
Northern papers to numerous other schemes
more -,r less analogous in character aud pur-.
I*** lo lhesel'ajj j there are .|yw_.Vy , l4lUlP.
capitalists, it seems, but have beeu approach
•d by euterprising Southern men with pro- 1
jects tor the profitable employment of Unit
surplus means lathe planting States.
- proposed to employ, says the Times,
Northern C ipital extcuaiyely in tin;
ization and conduct of schemes of cotton
.planting in llp- South, aud in the advanta
ge-.us development of the natural resources,
, Bn “ Uie making of avaii the labor of this
section now going to waste. It is Intended
to do these iu eo operation with those of this
section of the Union, who are familiar with
its peculiar industries and labor, as well as
its soil, climate aud crops, and the conditions
„ and necessities of these, and who can thus
use them all to the best advantage and ihc
highest profit. Iu a business p„i„t 0 l view
•M’ith. proper management and with men of
proper character ou'bolli sides CuU IJ
be- more jpromUuig tuau enterprise” -based
ou this plap. The South has inctrfeuG'tiip
resounds and is the most tavoraiiie point of
the American Continent for’ tuJ' oultiwtion
ot certain preist stapies which will alwnys p,
in demand to the utmost limit of its nrodhr-
There U uo section of the Hqviili present
jug more inviting opportunities for ventures
We learn frotn the Mohilc Itegisler that the
* • >'«’ MahiU and OtiWßGtj.mj
'''' l ,urt:l >usud, un liWiritl tui Bts, twetny-fbnr
g" | I locuunitiva eiiginus, over two hundred
• u'.'silj’buu.her of timid paasetigpr
r.,,,1 JLJWt lit'le« h r.rajmiag ihc
. aumeluut Uilimt twelve inotilhs.
rleii y lulv * war
s 'Oneirss t',,l •*»*• dulegalea lit
lurrU legiJaC?' ‘ tt “ l • “* “*•
lUE (<IIE.IT STUIUL,
4r~ <1 1.0.1«ra -lack-on Wllr ttismir.
The hI. ;i*-r D- JL Mount, ruling lie
iw. i-u JN'.-W Y. jk uui Jeeksoaeilio,’lots not
liei n beard from since ber departure lroin
fcrw ¥«*rk on the *f»t Tilt. In all human
probability she is another of the victims o
the great storm on the coast which came so
near proving fatal to two or three of our ■<» n
steamships. Toe Jacksonville Herald ol the i
JOtli ins'. :
We forbear ssytug anything on the long !
absence of this boat and its freight ol pre
pitta life. We Would not add to a paug
ihat is notv felt by so rt.iiny In Florida, not
would we jcncouragc a hope that may In a
moment be blasted.
PROIIAIII.K IDhUsIOV UIiTtVEEV
THE I’KE'IUEVT AVU HOUSE OF
Mr McPuersou, the C erk of the House of
Representative*, lta“announced his intention
not to call the roll of a single State lately iu
rebellion. He is of course tire iaoiUbpii.ee
of the party that has a decided majority in
both Houses of Congress.
Tin Pre.-idi n! has stated that his reconstruc
tion policy will be carried out, presupposing
a harmony of views between the Legislature
an I Exteutive Departments. The Southern
Slakes lately in revolt-will uo doubt c imply
with nl the prerequisites to readmis.-ion. —
There was an implied obligation on the part
of the Exrcutive that if the seceded States
perforated the condiiions-pri cedent to re
admission he would use his influence in their
favor. But if the Clerk of the House re
fuses to cab the roll of the members elected
from those Stales, the very first step of the
implied engagement fails. There cannot be
no organization. Tile President is thereto!e
pledged in honor to use all his influence lo
obtain the readntissioa of the Southern
Representatives to the next Congress.
How will he effect Ids' purpose with a large
legislative majority against him, who arc de
termined to exclude the Southern Repre
sentatives ? Unless there should be a change
of purpose by the Republican majority ol
the House, to avoid a collision between the
bead of the government and the popular
brunch Os flic Legislature, there can be no
oiganizatiou, and, of course, no means of
testiug the question, the right of ro-nduds
It is our impression that means will be
found of reconciling the difference. Should
a change of purpose occur by the defection
of such a portion of the Republicans as will
consent to carry out the President s policy
ol reconstruction, the path would bo plain
and simple enough, for the Clerk being the
echo of his party, he would change with the
Were he to be obstinate and refractory, the
House could proceed to organize without his
agency. The not confiding this power to the
clerk could he r. pealed. A -casa somewhat
resembling this id its principal features oc
curred some years since in the instance of
the New Jersey-etrerinth Tue elerk refused
to call the names of the members elect, lbr
which he wn» denounced by Jbhn Qrtincy
Adams, who moved that ,t*ie JJqusc' should
proceed to organize aud i lect a Speaker,
which Was done. There is little poibahility,
however, that the olerlc would rua counter
to the clearly, understood views ot a iiu'joiity
ot his party.
New Disposition of tiie L. N. Kovoo. In
It is uufferstood that an order will present
ly be isruyd by .Muj. Gwu. Foster, eumniajut
nio tiie Dcpurimeat ol Florida, making in.-
-poi tant Cuanges ill tlie military situatioC.
Tile s.ub Distiicts ol Kuy West aud West
Florida"fire t<> be abolished, and all the gar
risous aud'posts coibpri-iog tliern added lo
1 tie District ot Middle Florida, which is to
be named aud known- as the “District of
Middle, Western and Southern Florida,” as
•1 separate brigade, under the command of
Brig. Geu. John Newton.
Ttte District us East Florida ceases to be a
The Provost Marshal's. Department in this
command is to be abolished, aud the officers
doing duty therein .age to join their respec
tive regiments. Hereafter, when necessary,
Post commanders gre to attend to the duties
' o oe performed by Provo tt Marshals,
Tne following will Tie the Posts and dispo
sition jjf troops iu the District of East Flor
At Jacksonville: two companies flit U. S.
Af Foft ‘Clinch: two companies 34th TT. S.
C T. : !
Atfi'• JWo„iompanics 3UIIU
At Gainesville) one coaipauy 7th U.-8.
"Infantry* mountetl, and the following details
will be made froffrlhis company :
To bo s Bli<*ied)-at Ocala, five men; at
Mic oioiW-, ffv« meß; at Bfooksville, teri m?n;
ut Suuiterville, five men.
All posts in tiie interior not enumerated
above, wilt reynaiu garrisoued as they are at
pre-ent, except iu cakes where the District
commander may have to withdraw part of
the troops to enable htffi to carry out the
foregoing orders, reporting such changes at
once to the Department headquarters.
Tiie horses in possession of tiie 2d Maine
and the Florida Cavalry, aTe to be imme
diately turned in totbeChiei Quartermaster,
who is to -Select all serviceable animals mid
divide them equally in ttic two Districts, for
uiouuting pa:lolling parlies and the compa
ny of 7ttr Infantry to be distributed from
. ;,TM® c«nv<fhsa>ih. 1
This body adjourned on Tuesday, 7th iust.,
it noon. The Convention, upon the recep
tion of President Johnsoh s telegram to Gov
ernor J )husoii,' ”(Jf'<jehirgia, stating that the
war debt must be repudiated, as a sifts ■ tun non
to tbe restoration us the Slate to the Union,
reconsidered tne matter, and passed an ordi
nance in conformity with the purpose of the
Federal Government, aud consequently an
nulled the debt.
The Convention has given the election of
all lhe olticern of the State to the people.
Tire billow ing is the ordinance adopted by
the ConvehtThlT tiCbllsbing slavery In the
Wniin.is. Slavery has becu ihfttroyed in
this Stale by the Governmeut of the’ Uni
ti and States: . .»,,
i'hereiore, lie it ordained by the People
ot tin Slate ot Florida in Convention as
scmtaid. That neither slavery nor involunta
ry n-rvnode shall in future exist In this State,
except as a punishment for crime, whuieof
ihe party si ml l have' been convicted by the
courts ol the State) and all the iuhubilauls
ot the state, without distinction of color, nre
tree, and ahull enjoy the rightsof person and
properly wi hunt distinction ot color.
' lue Ipllowing ordinance apnuUtfg, the
Slate wsr-iteht,-was srloptetf bf JVlts a:l,
n«y» .1 lilts, it is geuemlly understiMid,
waadmi.l ill Mnali, lie,, to Hu wut of Presi
dent Johnson :
IW llordtontKl l.y th« in-opl* ol Florid*. ln
Conventlou as-i iithli and, flint all Slste'fit*’
»ury notes Issued, aud ull oUn i liubiliilo*
coutractut hy Uu Hum of Fi,„ui a , OM ,
alter the 10th day iit January, A TANARUS) mill
b. the 15th day ol (Molar, Ali utisYal
rrpt such lliihiliih* a, may l«i duu to the
Heminaty and Ik'litml Kiintl, and men other
llabiillla* at me provided lor by this Oou
-thutiOn. be aud are declared Void* and the
General A«m inbly shah iiuwrf no Bower to
i provide for the payment of tbc same, or any
The Ixidy has ordered that she election of
G -v- tuor, and other Slate officers. Judges of
i the Supreme C'outt and Circuit Court-,Solic
-1 itors, Representatives in Congress, aud
I members ot the Legislature shall take place
on Wednesday, the 2Dth inst. And directs
- that the Legislature shall meet on the tiiird I
I Monday (tilth day) of DeCemliet next.
By u vote of 2<> yeas, and 19 navs, the fol
lowing ordinance was adopted on tbef.th.viz:
In all criminal proceedings founded upon
iidury to a colored^ person, and iu all eases
affecting the rights* or remedies of colored
jiersoiis. no |iersou shall he iuc impotent to
testify as a witness on account of color. In
all other cases, the testimony of colored per- ,
sons shall be excluded, unless made couipe- |
tent dry futuie legislation. Tne jury shall
judge of the credibility of the testimony.
It wi;l be seen by this that in cases a fleet
ing the “rights or remedies of colored per
sons’' only, the admi-sion of their testimony
is to be admitted in the courts, hut this does
not make it incompetent for future legisla
tion to extend the latitude of their testi
Ai'O. sTa, Nov. 14, Is’>s.
There lias iieen a good demand during the week
for GoM Stocks and Bonds.
Gold—Buying at 147 ; selling at 14S to 119.
Sij.vkr—Buying at 145 ; selling at 147 to 148.
Stocks and Bonds—
Georgia Slate Bond*— 80
< ifv Augusta BoihJs , «o
City Savannah Bonds 75
Ucor“i:i Kailroud 80nd5...; 95
Central Kailr ud Bonds 75
City of Nasiivillc Bonds 70
Georgia K ilroad Notes 90.195
Ccntr 1 “ *• 9ua96
Oily Aiurusta Notes 90a95
'llie Central Road is now receiving their Bills at
par in payment of passage and freight. The Georgia
Railroad lor passage only.
Cotton.— Market dull, very little arriving, and
very little oflbrln *. We quote from 40 to 45e from
wagons, 20 to 29c in gold. The market is in that un
def ied condition wlicre holders, if compelled to rea
lise, would have to accept less than quotations, and
buyers canuot purchase any quantity except at an
advance, as holders am confident of a r action.
Kactuky goods.— The demand has been active at
full prices—?£ goods, 28 cents ; 4-4 goods 33 cents ;
drills, 33c : osnahurgs, 27a2sc ; yarns. $3 25a3 50.
Bacon —Good supply. Shoulders, 25c per ll». shies
2sa3oc. hams, 28n30c.
Lard—&j*4oc per id.
Atlanta Goiton Market.
ATLANTA, November 14.
Cotton market depressed. Prices firm 23 to 40
The friends and acquaintance of Mr. JOIIN Me
KARL AND and family are respectfully invited lo at
tend his futieral, from his late residence, corner Fahm
aud Orunge street. This Afternoon, ut3 o’clock
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. and Madame
SAUVKSTRR are re-pectfully invited to attend the
funeral of the latter, from her lute residence on
lirougfifdn, near Drayton stm t, This Morning, at
pV lock. > w . 7
f)Y n Voting M*n. in a private family. Address,
1> stating terms', “Board*’ ut this office.
JUST received, « smut lot choice Onions' Tea. For
M J. SOLOMONS & CO.,
nli ts .tones’ l.usldings. U y street.
CONSI<INj.®S peM»t g Rush will attend to the re
cepthtn of their goods, this dayut tl e Kx
* change wharf.
nl7 1 PATERSON & TUCKER-
~ PACKAGES of new buckwheat, putnphy Crom
well, in whole, half and quarter barrels, bags
and boxes, for sale by
nl7-3 CLAGIJORN A CUNNINGHAM.
JUST reccivtt'l, five bbls Choice White Onion Sets.
Will be sold low, to close coiioignmeHt, by
M. J. SOLOMONS d> UV,
nl7-tf J ech' Buildings. Bay street.
JUSTjeceived. 2 cases 1* Bflinh BK-ached ShlrtiEg.
Will be sold low, to dose c>nsignment, by
M. J. SOLOMONS A CO.,
nl7-tf Jones' Block Bay street.
FORTY thousand Oranges, very sweet
1000 Cocoa Nuts
Landing from brig Atlantic, and for sale by
nl7 BELL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN.
FIFTY dozen Cotton Cards, Witemore A. No. 10, in
storeaitd for sale by
M. J. SOLOMONS 4 CO..
nl7 Jones' Buiidibg*, Bay sL
TIIE Bide-wlietl steamor Jai*. Christopher,length 150
feet, beam 25 leet, 276 lons, engine in perfect
ordtf. 32 loch cylinder, 8 feet stroke, boiler new,
draw* ffOHdedj 3% feet, aud will carry 460bnlPftcotton.
Apply to W. STARR.
' novlT 3
THE Consignees per steamer North Point, from Bal
timore, w’li please s«idfor their goods This Lay,
or thetwme will be storea at their expense.
1117-r WEST, RRYAN A CO.,
JUST received, ft small invoice of he«vy Pi tted
Forks and Spoons, assorted. F«»r sale by
M. J. SOLOMONS A CO.,
«17 ts Jones’ Buildings, Bay street.
New York Oysters.
4 LL in want of New York Oysters call at Nugent’s
ijl Saloon, Corner of Bryan mid Bull streets—a
choice li*t receivi and per Steamship Nevada.
APPLES & ONIONS.
VFEW bbls. of each, for sal* very low.
K. W. SIM ; & CO.,
Hi T-2 Ovei Krwin & llurdec’s.
|4} GROSS tTtiiversa! S.tfe'y Mulrhe*. These Match*
•"" ©hare peculiarly wife, anil nr* superior to any
Match** uow in u*e, aud only require to be tried to Ihj
gt lunllv brought Into notice. For sale, wholesale
ami retail, by
1:17 3 CLAGHORN & CUNNINGHAM *
JI’ST received, invoice Scotch and Macaboy Sunff,
and for su«u by
M J. SOLOMONS A CO.,
•W-ls Joiitv Buildings, Hay street.
r,all ' WSBS H' flinft I’l li nit-uni, In ftv. tf.llmi can.
,f .V F ,"V titslitu. Maryland ivtuiu Whit* Corn
Pur »uW, uu ta*aou«biu terms, liy
... IWBHffc BUOTIIRH*.
wit* m B»y •tri'ut.
AI.AHtIK tworlin.iiUsl Ki«»li I Manilla Juol re
oilvml unit fur Mi* lit
I » J. anUtMuhh * «>.,
Bit and JwuaV Wait, May M«*
••>« FLENCH BRANDY,"fIO
\\r K offer Fifty cases Bnj>«rior COGJfAC BRANDY
▼ v for sale as low as so g »od an article can be pur-
I eh tsed.
- It is of *.
ft now in bond, amt has never been out of the
! hands ot th • Custom 11 -u*c officers since it reached
I this country.
Those Li of a
I \ ,
Can now got it.
A case will be sold singly if desired.
F W. SIMS & CO.,
nl7 3 Over Erwin A H:irdee*i».
A good Beer Brewer
CAN OBTAIN PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT,
With Good Wages,
By ftddicssing * 4 J. F.,** care of S. W. Mason A Cos,.
Herald office. Iw-nl7
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE IT. S. INT. REVENUE, j
Ist Histr <*t of Georgia, 93 Pay street, V
Savannah, N«»v 17th, 1865. l
fpilE attention of all persons interested is directed to
A “Au Act to Provide Internal K< venue.” Ac.
Section 71 And be it further enacted. That no pc -
son, firm, company or corporation siiali b engaged in,
prosecute, or c iny on any trade, business, or profi>-
sion,*’ Jkc, ‘ until he or they fchall have obtained a
licence therefor.'’ Ac.
The subscriber is now prepared to ’•eoeivc applica
tions or Licences, and will continue to do so for ten
days from date.
CIIAS. 11. HOPKINS,
a. Pair of fine Carpets
1 fine Mahogany .French Bedstead
nIT ’2 NO. 3 GORDON BLOCK.
tfi Firkins Gosltcn Butter fresh and sweet, for sale
GO low. F. W. SIMS .V Cos.
novlT-3t over Erwin & Hardee’s.
fIA Boxes Superior Goshen Cheese, for sale low.
w V. W. SIMS a Cos.
novl7-3t Over Erwin A Hardee’s.
DO YOU WANT IIH IVI CROPS ?
IF you ; manure your lauds titoroughly, and you
will l»o compensated.
Wo offer lbr sale o:t the most advantageous terms.
that lias over been introduced into onr ooontiy.
It Is pucijlariy suited to our climate aud profluction,
and an ii.v istmcnt i: it will be the best paying of
any that can be made.
For sale In aviy quantities from a single barrel to
one thousand tons.
F. W. SIMS & Cos.
no\ 17-1 w Ove* Erwiu A Hardee’s.
EORGI A—CHATHAM COUNTY—To all whom it
ff may concerti:
Whereuts Margaret Doyle will apply at the Court of
Ordinary for Letters of Administration on the Estate
of J.nues Doyle, late of sad county, deceased.
These art , thorc ore, t<> cite and admonish all whom
it may concern to be and appear before said Court to
m ike objection (If any tiicy h iv«q«>n or be.ore the
se'.md Monday iu January next otherwise said letters
will be grand and
\5 in smy official signature this 7ih day of Novem
mi D. A. O’BYRNE, o. o.c.
To tie Electors of Chatham County.
Gksti-emkn : Having been requested by
numerous friends lo allow my name to ba
u-ed for the office of Sheriff of Chatham
county, I have the honor lo announce myself
as a candidate for that position, and respict
lully solicit your suffrage.
nIT-tf CHARLES J. WHITE.
A'g ents Wanted
New York and Providence Jewellers’ Asso
A chance fer all. No money required in advance.
For full particulars address
W. H RILEY, *
nl7-2* Post Office, Savannah.
WILL he resumed in Christ Church every Sunday
Night thronghoot the winter, commencing SttU
day next, Nov. 19th. at p. m. nl7
ONE A. No. 1 Cotton Fiat, 8 > feet by 20feet.
CUNNINGHAM, PURSE A CO.
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
Fordyce, Anderson & Juiniey,
«17 13 Stoddard’s Range, up stairg,
SAVANNAH, Nov. 16th. 1865.
During my absence from tho city or State Mr. C. H.
Butler is my d«ly mithoileednigsnf. '■-* 1 - 1
nl7 C. W. THOMPSON.
BOMBAZINES, Kxtr* Fine - . w _
BLACK SILK ALPACAS, Extra Fine.
Just received by
LATIIROP Sc CO.
Ladies’ Grey Sacqnc Cloth
Ladies' Black Cloak Cloth.
Just received by
LATHROP 4 CO.
APPLES. Corn, Oata, Mackerel, Ac.
For rale by
C. V. HUTCH IKS,
Office to let. s-uiO
NEW Style Black Cloth Cloak*
Wilier Proof Oloaku
and Id. Fane. Wool Khiffla ' * * '
n 4 and 111 4 lllai k liilliM Ntiuwla
Itnh Moliafr and Poplins
It.at k aud I adored trail,l eka Cloth
a 4 ami V 4 Table |Jaiou*h,
10-4, II l and It 4 HUukma
tluuvy Grey llntnk.da • •
l.ailn .'ami UeaU’ M.rlua V«*U
JUHT HW MIVKI) ANIt FOR MAIJt OtiMAF MV
l>4* W ITT A MOIKJAN.
I . M»KT lAL NOTICES. . ,
B aTCHBUOxX’S KAXK DVB !
Th#Original and itevt in the World! The only trne
and perfectMnir Dye. Hamiksa. Reliable and Ltstnn
tHiicooi*. Producen immediate y a splendid Black or
uatural Brown, without injuring the hair or akin.
Remedies the ill effects of bad dye*. Sold by alt Dmg
giats. The genuine U signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the lluir.
:»ul4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, N»:w York.
A PittsHlLOGlCAliView of MARRIAGE
Containing nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine Plates
and Engravings of the Anatomy of the Human Or
gans in a state of Health and Disease, with a Trea
tise ou Early Errors, its Deplorable Consequences
upon the mind and 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
truthfuFadviser 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 CROIX, No. 31 Maideu Lane,
Albany, N. Y.
'1 be author may be consulted upon any of the dis
eases upon which his book treats either personally or
by mail, and medicines sent to any pait of the world,
MARRIAGE A> 1) (LUIIAtY.
An Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young
men, just published by the Howard Association, and
9ent in wealed letter envelope* free of charge.
Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard
Association, Philadelphia, Pa. oct!2-3m
Hagan’s Magnolia Balm.
This is the most delightful and extraordinary article
ever discovered. It changes the aun-bnrnt face and
hands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty,
imparting th*j marble purity of youth, and the distin
ffue appearance so inviting in the city belle of fashion.
It removes tan, freckles, pimples and roughness from
the skin, leaving the Complexion fresh, transparent
and smooth. It contains no material injurious to
the skin. Patronized by Actresses and Opera
Singerß. I: is what every lady should have, bold
everywhere. Retail price, 50 cents.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Address all orders to
DEMAS BARNES A CO.,
0c,27-eoJly New York.
L YON’S KATHAIRON.
Katholron is from the Greek word “Kathro,** or
“Katliairo,” signifying to cleanse, rejuvenate and re
store. This article is what its name signifies. For
preserving, restoring and beautifying the human hair,
it is the most remarkable preparation in the world.
It is again owned and put up by the original proprie
tor, and is now made with the same care, skill and at
tention which gave it u sale of over one million bot
tles per uunum.
It is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and lean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It proveiiis the hair from falling off and turning
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautful head
of Irair should use Lyon's Kathairon. It is known
and used throughout the civilized world. Sold by nl
DEMAS BARNES & CO .,
oct27-eodly New York.
We have harned not to be astoiii."hed at anythiug.
Years of experience and » correspondence extending
throughout all nationalities of the habitable globe
have turned theories into facts and 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 persons and cir
cumstances, hence feel at liberty to indorse their
“New Bedford, Mass., Nov. 24, 1863.
Dear Sir,—l have been afflicted many years with
severe prostrating cramps in my limbs, cold feet and
hands, and a general disordered system. Physicians
and medicines failed to relieve me. While visiting
some friends in New York who were using Plantation
Bitters, they prevailed upon me to try them. I com
menced with a small wine-glusstul alter dinner. Feel
ing better by degrees, in a tew days I was astonished
to find the coldness and cramps hud entirely left me,
and I could sleep the night through, which I have not
doue tor years. I feel like another being. My appe
tite and strength have also greatly improved by me
use of the Plantation Bitters.
Respectfully, Judith Russel.”
Reedsuuby, Wib., Sept, 16, 1863.
• * • I have been iu the ariuy hospitals for four
teen months—speechless and nearly dead. At Alton,
111., they gave me a buttle of Plantation Bitters. * *
Three bottles ie»tored my speech and cured me. • *
C, A. Flaute.”
The following is from the Manager of the Union
Home School lor the Uhildi en of Voiantcers:
Havkaifykr Maabion. 57th St, )
Now York, August 2,1863. /
Dr. Drake Your wonderiul Plantation Bitters
have been given to some of our little children sutleriug
irorn weakness and weak lungs with most happy
< fleet. One little girl iu particular, with paius in her
head, loss of appciite, and dailv wasting consumption,
on whom all medicul skill had been exhausted, has
been entirely restored. We commenced with bat a
Leußpoonlul ot Biiters u day. Her appetite uud
strength rapidly increased, and she is now welL
Respect!ully, Mrs O. M. Devor."
• I owe much to you, for I verily believe
the Plautatiou Bitiers have saved my life.
Rev. W. 11.
Madrid, N. Y.
‘ * * • Thou wilt send me two bottles more of
thy Plantuliun Bitters. My w ile has beeu greatly
benetiu'd ny their use.
TUy frieud, An Cuukin,
“• * * I have been a preakAnfferer from Dyspep
sia. aud bad to utiundon preaebiug. * * The JPluu
tation Bitters have cured me.
Rev. J. S. Cat H< eln,
Rochester, N. V.”
* I have glveu the Plantation Bitters to
huiMtrcds of our disabled soldiers with the most as
G. W. D. Andrews,
Superintendent Soldiers’ U. uie, Ciueiuhati, O."
“* * * The Plantation Bitters have cured me of
Liver Complaint, of which 1 was laid up prustrale,
aud had to abauuou my business.
11. B. Kisoslev, Cleveland, Ohio."
“• * * The Plantation Bitters have cured me of
a derangement of 'be Kidneys aud Urinary Organs
that lias distussed me for year, li acts Ilka a charm.
C. C. Mookk, N.. 254 Broadway.'*
&c.; Ac., ,vc.. Ate, <fcc.
The Plantation Blt'.cra uiuku the weak strong, the
lauguid hiilliaut, aud are exhausted nature's great re
storer. They are composed of the celebrated Caiis&ya
Burk, Wintcrgrueii, Saasairaa, Roots, lluiba, Ac., all
preserved in periectly-pnrc St. Croix Rum.
, a. t.—laoo—x.
Persona of aedentary faaoiu, troubled with weak
nest, lassitude, palpitation of the heal I, lack of appe
tite, distress ain-r taltug, torpid liver* constipation,
Ac., deserve to suffer if they w 111 not try them.
They are rccominsaded by tba highest medical an*
llmritlee, and are warranted to produce an Immediate
boueMlal street They ar« •xos.lingiy agreeable,
perfectly pure, end barmleea. *
Novice. -Auy ptgeoii prcUmdiltß In sail HanuUun
inner,pi balk or by the gallon ia a swindler aud lap
poetor. Jt Igput up gulyln uar log eablH bottle. He.
ware us hollies Ml lied with ImiUtbni dslslerious staff,
(ur whkh#*vvr*f persons are elrsady lu prieou a. e
that rvety InHiie hue our L'aitad Mletee auaip oyer the
•urk uuatulilateffi sad our elguaigre ull stael plate
Hub) by i aspect able dealer* ibrougbuui tlie haUiahl*
f, If, HIMMC 4k Ul, •
u.l*l ant M H Htosdwaf ,R, g,
Na vaii an It Tli eat re.
I'lauAV uVBRue. %ov. 1 1.
Eieveuth night of
Mi. untl Mrs. W. 11. Crisp.
The great an l interesting Play of the
OR, A BRIDEGROOM FROM THE SEA!
Miles) Bertram Me. W. 11. Ci'issp
Alice Mrs. IV. U. Uriel)
To conclude with
To-morrow: BENEFIT OF MR. UHIBP ALEX
ANDER THE GREAT.
f'on E. n. a—: 5 111 Is Flour
20 half b'lks Hour
9 bbls Crackers
c bblg Apples
5 bbls Eggs
G A W- llH) rubs Lard.
If not called for will bo teld lor freight a; and ex| ecses.
oct2t BRIG ii AM, BALDWIN ,v CO
Wanted to Hire.
A GOOD PIANO, Tor six months or a year Ad
dress 11. A. TANARUS., Box 4 0 2MUG
IjX)R Five (S) Bales Cotton, picked up by Steamer
Geu Bony on River, viz: Two Cfybalo
marked S; one (Ij marked Woods? one (Ij marked
BP; and one f1) marked J. M. J.
If not claimed within oue week they will be sold to
. -J. A. LEWIS.
n!6-3 Purser Steamer Gen. Berry.
AGO JD PIANO wanted to rent. Address X. Y.
Z., Herald oltlce. tun 3
A MONTH! Agents wanted wanted tor six
entirely new artuderK iuet out. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Building, liiddelord, Maine,
A GENTLEMAN of strict business habits, and 15
years’ cxpei b nce, do*ires a pusitum as Salesman
or Bookkeeper in some Commission lions* in this city,
where the sert uxs of a valuable man would be np
p eei t.ed Ad-revs, for t« n days, Bookkerpoi^Re raid
Office, y avail null, G .. ts-i 1 >
Two Good i^.ilots
r |MIAT are thoroughly acquainted with the route br-
A tween Savannah, llawklnsville and Buzzard's
R ost, also Savannah ami Two competent
men can find steady employment and big pay by ap
plying at the office of
RODGERS A CANN,
North East Corner of Bay and Abercorn streets.
n, picked up by Sfcamor Falcon
on Sivanuah River, marked W. C. 1 bale, no
mark, 3 iwdes.
If not ciaimed within one week they will be so}d to
CIIAS. L. Cu)LBY & CO..
novl4-l w Corner Abercorn iind Bay street?.
A DAY ! Agents wanted to <dl n now nod
wonderful SEWING the only
cheap one licensed. Addiess SIIAW A CLAR|i.H3fd
deford, Maine. sep!4-dAw3in
PUS. i’u uk \ r.
1 IA BUSHELS Prime Wliito Corn
i*)v/v 2000 bushels Prime White Oats
nS N. A. IIARDEE CO.
THE cargo of Schr. Oliver Cromwell from Newport
R. 1., consisting of
Barrels ol Onions
Barrels -f Potatoes
Barn Is of Cranberries.
The above will be sold in lots to suit purchasers
Apply to Captain on board, foot, of Bull street, or to
CIIAS L. COLBY & < 0.,
nl3 Cbr. Abercorn and Bay Sts,
ONE splendid four or six horse Wagon, with Har
ness to match.
Also four Mules.
Enquire at the stables of Henry Wayne, West Broad
FOR S L E.
1 fWIA BUSHELS White Corn
1 "f UV/ 10(mj bushels Mixed Corn
1000 bnshels Prime Oats
20 bbls Hams
10 bbls .Smoked Tongues
,200 boxes Cheese
li>o kits No. 1 Mackerel.
In store and for sale by
nlt>-lw QUEIIARD & FERRILL.
HOUSE TO LET.
ON Perry street second door from Barnard Btreet,
east. Apply at this ofijea. eodl w-nl4
The Screven House
TTIIIS coninioiUoti? and eluant Hotel is offered for
* rent. It has capacity for 100 Bed Rooms, in addi
tion to Dining Rooms, Parlors, &c It is situated in
the business portion of tho city. For particulars and
terms apply to
nov2-2w BRYAN, IIARTRIDtiE & 00.
well-known, dreirably located, and highl? *
A popular esUbiDhr.ient, situated on Bull street,
lietween South Broad and Hull streets, occupying
four entire lota of CO by 90 feet each, and the lane be
tween them, and containing about forty rooms, is
now offered for rent.
The party renting this property will be required to
make tnc neces-hry repairs aud give satisfactory se
curity for the punctual payment ot re;.t.
JOHN M. COOPER
novi—tf Pree’t Union Society.
I OFFER for Rent next year, IS6*S my Rice Place, in
Camden county, <»a., on the Great Satilla Liver,
known as the “Wrnon PlantAtfon. ,, containing 4io
weresof first quality Rice Land, and about 100 nfres
of high land, ail in perfect order. Said Pinnmtiou has
been cultivated during the war.wnd thercforerequiiea
no extra work to prepare it for a drop the ensuing
All the negroes formerly belonging to me arf still on
the place and anxious to iemain, Ho there would be
no difficulty in procuring laborers On the place Is a
comfortable dwelling house, together with all the
Decenary buildings for the accommodation of labor
ers and storing he crop.
boed lor the coming year. Including Iticc, Com Pens.
SagirCsne, borghuro, Cotton* Ac., can be obtained
on the plane. further particulars address thesub
scriberat Wayuesville, Wayne couuty «la. ,
ocl3Mm XAS. F. Kln6.
Store to Let, ‘
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
,Ttm light end I onimodloue Bloiu, earner Mi-rch.iile’
Row aud Palmetto Awnua, to lueii* ror a lliulled time.
T'-rme vtey. Addivea
W. S. BAMPBUN, Jr , Agant,
octll If hook llox K. Iltlton Hmid.H, <’
ROOMS TO LET, *
AT HILTON HEAD, 8.0.
T>. ‘ Mr tab! Ituiidiag.'' liavtug h*ru uewly
glia* ep, wo* »gWr l*tyu amt eliy ti-vm. Mll*hl* hit
Mlarytue AymUnval*ol llitean e jiury mm. Mot leiia*
W. a. UAH I’m IN Ji , Agent,
urtie U lea 4 lw* *, lltnow M> ab, M, ih
Pobl it\ij i. If Til E
I Mil sfimai’i Torn
For Season of 1865-6.
Will Exhibit s Savannah
For a sliort tinic only, commencing
Thursday, Nov. 9.
Corner Abercorn and Ltlierty Streets.
tfc. C T,lu Mauagora v.oubf re-
s P ec ift l U| ‘itate ttiat in tl.e
XT 5 ® ; J selection or Artists for tiie
| | Colossal
. ■ ■ ® it lias been the Proprietors’
■ ! jj-, desire to secure su.it a va
: that no patron shall
L—fall to find iu. tt much that
"HI instruct' the mind amt
® enShain the attention.
” % jJj' TiIE LRILLIANT
JJ j) "'"doll adorn this
Fa mod Girctasi
r ” *' al ’’P’triallieS.
I Tue inagulflcept
A R ENA
T ire enriched and beautified
having banished the antl<ine
B style,aud reaciie.l perfection
iu this orgauizatjou, otfer uo
stale or exhausted acts.
New Features and Fresh
never before introduced to
to this coiublna-
S 1 DOGS,
6 A * E A “ D *lTl
rhevare than all otticrttomtc
/ ff JmJT Mules, Trick- Mules. Fourty
Males, Wnclng Males, or
,iuy other quaint Mules
\ known to fame for being
1 queer in tbelr condoeti
Public attention U called to tbo
OF THE GYkfiiASTRJ MIKAULE OF
PLYING IN THE AIE,
|ly the liilrvjilil I'aii.rullal,
Mlfnor JPt> r clinnti rt.
• HIM WOMItI It OF YHK WiiMLIl I
Thla •iiiamlbt OnUall.Hl* KihlMUoii will l m *}*»!;
a .1)401.in I» tile MTONM, IMmNKIN A UlolfhY a
(HfuiM ruvllPdi NVwfy duy, it 1 uVb* k (•> 111*
tn** * 91 jfl 0
far* lb«n I4«a at t end o*4 o'eliak p. m. ,
*1 MMI .Ai e e, v 4 * 1