Thf Savannah Daily HfraH.
NOKDiV NOVEMBKH 40. 1*65
Impoi uni lo the Black..
The followiug important order ispubiiabed
in the Lynchburg papers of the 14th, ami
has a special interest to our section just now:
Hn'yßs, Scb-Pistrict Lysi hiii ro, »
Lynchburg, Nov. 12, 1865. )
The following circular is published for the
information ol the public, by order of Major
H. J. McDonald, commanding Sub-District
of Lynchburg. Virginia:
Hd'OBS. DeIAKTMIENT OF VIRGIMA, •
Richmond, Va., Nov. 1), Istii. >
CIRCCI.tR No. 25.
The Major-General commanding isinlorra
ed that the impression prevails among the
freedmen that the Governmentot the United
Stales will ou the coming Christmas day, di
vide among them large quantities of land,
and that in consequence of this impression
many of them refuse to enter into contiacts
.to labor beyoud that day.
In order to correct this ertoneons impres
sion. the coromandauta of the several Dis
tricts will immediately detail proper officers
and seud them into every county, and, as
far as possible, into every neighborhood
within their several commands, to explain
to the treed men that the Government has
neither the mlenUoa nor the power to meet
these expectations, and to urge upon them
the absolute necessity which exists that they
should make proper contracts to labor during
the coming year.
Officers will be selected w ith great care for
this duty; ftiey will consult with the princi
pal inhabitants of the location to which they !
may gw. and through them will endeavor to j
meet and converse with those of the freed- j
meu who possess the greatest iutiuence over
By command of Major General A. H.
(SigueJ) Eo. W. Smith, A. A. G.
Official: A. A Seymour, Acting Adjutant
General. * ~
Tin. Constitutional Amkndmknt —The
amendment to the Constitution making the
holding of slave-.s in any State or Territory
of the Union impossible, has been adopted
by the follow ing States :
Illinois, Fell. 1 1565, J Virginia, Feb. 8 ,
Rhode Island, Fell. 2 Indiana, Fell. 13,
Maryland, Feb. 8, Nevada, Feb. 16,
Massachusetts, Feb. 3. Louisiana, Feb. 17,
Pennsylvania, Feb. 3, Missouri, Fob. 24,
West Virginia, Feb. 8, Wisconsin, Feb. 22,
Mieliigau, Feb. 3 Vermont, March 9,
Maine, Feb. 7, Tennessee, April, 5
Ohio, Feb. 8, Arkansas, April—
Kansas, Feb. 8, Connecticut, May 4,
Minnesota, Feb. 8, lowa, June no,
New Vork, Fob. 3, New Hampshire, June so-
South Carolina, November 13, 1865.
It has been rejected by the following
Delaware, Feb. 8, New Jersey, March 1,
Keutucky, February 23.
Twenty-seven States are necessary to the
ratification of the amendment. Twenty-five
States have already accepted it, as above
stated, New Jersey decided, last Tuesday,
to make the number twenty-six. The Legis
latures ol California, lowa and Oregon, will
meet in January, and as they are largely
anti-slavery in sentiment, their votes may
be set down as certain, making over the
constitutional number—twenty-seven. North
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi,
Florida, and Texas will all from present in
dications, ratify the amendment, so the
thing may be considered as done.
By the arrival of the City of Washington
at New York, and of the Belgian off Father
Point, we have five days later news from
No official announcement has been made
concerning the new Cabinet. A Council of
Ministers was again held ou the 30th, but
nothing transpired. It appeared certain Lord
Clarendon would be Foreign Minister.
The Daily News fully anticipates a Minis
terial Reform Bill in the first session ol the
The Morning Post thinks the success of a
Ministerial Reform Bill extremely doubtful.
The nation is too indifleTent.
The long expected visit of the Prince and
Princess of Wales to Liverpool took place
on the 31st ult. The Royal parly reached
Kuowsley, near Liverpool, the seat of the
Earl of Derby, on the previous evening. In
Liverpool great preparations had been made
by the Corporation, and also by the general
body of the inhabitants. The whole route
through the town was barricaded, in expec
tation of an immense concourse of people ;
and the numbers were certainly even larger
than could be supposed. The number of
flags and colors of all nations displayed was
immense. Water street was a complete
bower the whole of its length. The visit
was nominally only a private one; no state
was observed, the procession merely con
sisted ot a lew mounted police to clear the
road and bring up the rear. The Prince and
Princess were seated in an open carriage,
and appeared both very satisfied with ttie
warmth of the ovation they received. No
serious accidents were reported. The weath
er the whole day was beautiful.
A copy of a letter from the Foreign Office
had been sent by the Commissioners of Cus
toms to the various British outposts, stating
that ad restrictive measures on United Status
vessels of war in British ports were to be
The Paris correspondent of the Morning
“ The public were some time ago prepared
for hearing that the Freuch government de
sire to withdraw the French flag from ttie
new Mexican Empire, always providing that
such a step cau be taken without endanger
ing ttie throne and government of Maximi
lian. Such intentions have of late assumed
a more decided character. The Emperor of
Mexico will recruit more lively in Auslria
and Belgium, and it is proposed to permit
French officers and men to take tbd oath of
allegiance to the crown of Mexico, it iuelincd
to do so. lu time, therefore, the Emperor
Maximilian will find bimsclt surrounded by
force s entirely uuder his own flag. France
will have performed an expensive duty. It
is scarcely to be supposed that auy govern
ment ol tue United Slates could wish to re
place such a slate of things by promoting the
return ot the past republican confusion, an
archy and brigandage. In course of time
public feeling in America may decide on ac
knowledging the liberal sovereign aud gov
ernment now striviug to bring Mexico up to
the civilization aud progress of our age ”
. . l *‘. e -Uh, a respectable-looking man,
giving Ins name as Lieut. Jas. Henry Luier,
ot the 9th Connecticut Volunteers, was ar
rested at Dublin, on the arrival ot the steam
er irom Liverpool. The prisoner was fouud
to have m ins possession a seven-barrelled
revolver, two hundrea rounds of rifled patent
cartridges, said to be poisoned, a box ot
patent percussion caps, four military drill
books, lour commissions, bearing his name,
to serve in the Connecticut Volunteers as
Lieutenant and Colonel, and also the sum of
4:1, 81b m gold, supposed to be lor the pur
poses 01 henianism. The prisoner stated
that he. returned to Ireland to sec an uncle
and intended shortly to return to America -1
The prisoner was remauded tor further in
Several London papers, and ihe Indepen
dence Beige, mention a ruiuor Hurt all tlie
Crouch troops are to he withdrawn irom
Mexico by August or September, imih.
Another American has been arrested in
Ireland on thu mere suspieiou ut being a
Eeulau. No oiber reason, ut least, haa Um
The insurrection In Algeria must have
again assumed formidable dituunsfons, lor it
*'""'li paper repot la that thu iusurueuts are
in llie N«w Italian House ol DepulWa the
Partins will sliunl us follows: Moderates, 2 mi.
i .msiliuifonal u.ft, (Liberals,) Ini, Clerical
Rijtbt, », doubtful, 4A.
■ !',»'* have already arrived
in Li vita \ taihU, In bring ha* It a pari of
tlm En m b troop*, *
■A gin* ul lm*ting ig ilwOeriMMl National
Viti 111 haa la in In hi al Frankfort, aud again
dn lau dln la* ol ..r.ajfistiiuiiug Uermany a
ihti l ektial sol homy tg W Wclt
Hi "\V holesale
Boots and Shoes !
Fellner and Poliak,
157 Drnui;hinat Street. Savannah, Ga.,
4 RKeualded, ;hr«*nrh tbeir permanent llvu** in
Boston, to faruish Jobber* and IfesU r* in tin*
city a* well a* tho*e In the country, with m<>read
▼ama*;e* and conveniences in the Boot and Shoe
Trade, than any house in said line.
Kotice to Lumbermen.
THE un<ler>iffop«l arc prepared to receive Consign
ments of Lnml>«r. of any qiiaality or quality, lor
sale in this market or lor vhipment North,
Cash ad value* melt' When required. Our facilltSe*
for pnx-nring miitabfe vesridti for «bt|>nD Uls are un
AGENTS IX SAVANNAH
YAK HOKN, IIOIAOKK & MURRAY.
Agents in N< * Vork. Al.-san*. Holyoke \ Murray. 47
South street. H octld
Savanna 11, Oct. 27, 186T*.
Tlic Municipal authorities having appoint
ed Port Wunices for the Port of Savannah,
tin- Board asscuibifd this day and elected
THOS. HOLCuMBE. Chairman, and
THUS. J. BULLOCH, Clerk.
Parties interested will make application to
the undersigned, at the Exchange.
THOS. J BULLOCH,
For the Information of (he Public
\I J K publish thin, our Rates of Fr* ight b two* n Ku
▼ ▼ vauimh and Augusta, by our respective Boat*:
Boxw Hats, Bonnets and casks Crockery, Ac., shc.
Barrels Bread, Potatoes. Ac,. $2 each.
Barrels Flour, $3 each.
liumlloH Buckets, Brooms, series Collars, flames
Spades. Shovels Ac., per dos., sl.
Crates Cabbages, large, $lO.
Crates Cabliag« s Inntle crates, $5.
Salt, per sack. $2.
II uni ware, Hollow Ware and Iron, per Uni lbs., $2.
Iron and Goal. j>er ton, s2«*.
Com an«l Peas i*er bushel. *.‘sc.
Single Packages, each, r » »c.
Freight not enumerated, $ ! per 100 lbs. or 60c. per
ERWIN A HARUEK,
Agts. Si rs Amazon, W. <4 cibbons and L:*ura.
S. B. PRE'DKK,
Agent of Steamer Oak.
,1. M. KINCHLKY,
Agent Steamer R. II May.
F. M. MY KELL,
Agent SleAiiieis Express Eclipse ana Lilian.
11l 6-1 w
J UST opened a large assortment of Zephyr Worsted
shawls Sontags. Cloaks and Hoods Children’
Laps, Iks>ts and Gaiters.
Also. Irish Linens. Table Dainask, Linen Towels,
Table Napkins and Doyles, anti a variety of Fancy Ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
All of which we offer at very low prices
EINSTEIN A ECKMAN,
ul3-tf 161 Congress Street
r PHK Co-partnership heretofore existing between
A JACKSON A W'aKKOCK was, on the 30th Sep
t« int»er dissolved hy mutual consent. The business
will hereafter be conducted by the undersigned, who
will be happy to receive a continuance of the pa
tronage bestowed on the late firm of Jaekson A
Warrock. L. WAKKOCK.
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
MANUFACTURE Iron Steamboats Steam Engines,
Boilers, Machinery for Saw Mills, Ac. Having
had long experience in .husim ss and lK'ing provided
with very extensive facilities for doing work of this
clues, are prepared to execute orders with despatch,
THE steamship LEO is now discharging at Won gin’s
wharf. Consignees are notified that all goods
not removed before dark will be stored at their ex
pense and risk,
nl'» OCTAVUS COHEN.
PICKED UP, floating in the SavannahKivcr. ontho
7t h day of April. 1865, a Flat Boat, 42 feet G inches
in length, 13 feet beam, 3 feet 6 inches deep, and not
painted. Negroes on nearly every plantation on the
Savannah river claim the above Flat. Notice is here
by given to the legal owner to come forward, prove
property, pay expenses or said Flat will be sold. For
further particulars apply to ihe watchman at Fig
Island Mill. P. W. SEARS.
THE undersigned promises to cure
in all its worst forms without the use of medicine.—
Please semi for my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for
postage. Address J. M. RUSSELL,
octlo-3m Boston. Mass.
ADAMS'EXPRESS COMP Y
Great Eastern, Western I Sontlm
THE Adams' Express Company are now prepared
to receive and forward Ireight and monies to
DoctortAWn. Thomasvillc and all way stations. Also,
to Angusta by River or Railroad, and to all |H>iuts
West and Southwest.
nlO-iiw E. P. TUN ISON, Agent.
Family Dye Colors.
Patented October l.’J,
Black Dark Green
Black for Silk Light UVeeo
Dark Blue Magenta
Light Blue Maize
French Blue Maroon
Claret Brown orange
Dark Brown Pink
Light Brown Purple
Snuff Brown Hoyal Purple
Dark Dml> Slate
Light Drab Solferino
Fawn Drab Violet
Light Fawn Drab Yellow.
For Dyeing Bilk, Woolen ami Mixed Goods, Shawl*,
Scarls, Ifrewes, Itiblons, (Moves, Bouneta,
Hats, Feathers, t hi id run** Clothing,
nod all kinds of Wearing Apparel.
Ur A HAVING OF 80 PER CENT.
For*2. r » cents you caw color an many good* as would
Otherwise cost live time* that sum. Various shades
can be produced from the same dye Tile proce-Ns in
simple, and auy one can use the Dye with perfect
success. Directions in Unglish, French and German,
inside of each package.
noWB A STEVENS,
200 liroadwa.v, Boston.
For sale by druggists and dealers generally.
CENTRAL It. It. & BANKING CO. OF GA.,I
Kavuoi.ith, Nov. 14, IMS.'). I
r |Ml K Aunuul Mi etliig ~f the Stork holder* of this
* I'nmpiiny will ho hold on Thursduy, tho I4lh of
lmuiulier next, nt Uu Hanking House m Snwuot.h,
»t l« •.•clock, n. m A lull attend* nre In onrnt*tly rc
■limited. ufO A. CUYLKK,
bid tm ciunlsr
B U TT E
‘ill lokiu» iiimlicii II utter Itnnh mill sweet, lor sale
P. W MIMH A Cos.
, " iV I 1 hi over Erwin A llard***,
r |'lll( Winsumr Zoiiiut i. new ill.ili.igiod nt th» loot
Auf Alwnwii Mnwi, I'.l in. arii ruuMlml to in
move then Ginnh* Itnlni* mumlowii, ullliey will III!
•I***4 »l ih«u vipuu.l tm) ,1.1.
J»J£ Apt ni H
.1 '•’“i'* 1 » "IIMII o| l,*.«y I'l.l ul
99 ruflMi iMabhd r i
_ M J hKiiiMiiM 4 »«# ,
law miMr r-i ---
TTOK EH. a—» I'M* Flour
r 2o half Mds H«*ur
9 bide Crackers
C bbls AppV*
6 bbls Eggs
G A W—luo tube Lard.
I If not called for will be add for freight and expense*.
, ortSS BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A 00.
A good Beer Brewer
CAN OBTAIN PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT,
With Good WAges,
P) addressing *‘J. R,” care of S. W. Mason & Cos,.
Ht-r.-dd office. lw-nIT
» OOOP PIANO wanted to rent. Address X. Y.
A Z . Herald office. novß
A MONTH! Agents wanted wanted for ttx
* 4 'M r ffUirflij nnr article*, Inst out. Address O. T.
gAREY. tity Building, Biddetord, Maine,
s-eplo d.V w3m
V GENTLEMAN of strict business habits, and 16
years’ experience, desires a posit iou as Sah sman
oi B.M»kk*t‘i>cr in some Commission House in this city,
where the services of a valuable man would Im* hjm
preciiled. Address, for ten days, Bookkeeper, Herald
office, Sav.'iunah. Ga. tf-nls
Two Goo and [Pilots
r i , HAT are thoroughly acquainted with the route bo
*- tween Savannah, llawkifisvllle and Buezard’s
R* ost, also Navammh and Augusta. Two competent
men can find st»*ady employment and big pay by ap
plying at the office of
RODGERS A GANN,
North East Corner of Bay and Abereorn streets.
Tjfoß 4 Bales Cotton, pick.,! up by Steamer Falcon
so- on Savannah River, marked \V. C. S„ 1 bale, no
mark, 3 bales
If not claimed within one week they will be sold to
OJAS. L. COLUY A CO.,
nnvl4-lw Corner Abereorn and Bay streets.
s<) r A DAY! Agents wanted to sell anew and
wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW Jfc CL A KK. Biu
deford, Maine. sepl4-dAw3m
FOR BALI', & TO it hi NT.
1 IA BUSHELS Prime White Corn
I»JvV ‘2OOO bushels Prime White Oats
__ N. A. HARDER A CO.
TUC side-wheel steamer Jas. C*hristopher,length ISO
feet, beam ‘25 feet, 270 tons, eugin«< in perfect
order, 32 inch cylinder, 8 feet stroke, holler new,
draws (loaded; 3>* feet, and will carry 4"0 bales cot ton.
Apply to W. STARR.
ONE splendid four or six horse Wagon, with Har
ness to match.
Also tour Mules.
Enquire at the stables of Henry Wayne, West Broad
F OH S .A. L E.
1 AAA BUSHELS White Com
1 ”UU 1000 bushels Mixed Corn
1000 bushels Prime Oats
20 bbls Hams
10 bbls Smoked Tongues
200 boxes Cheese
100 kits No. 1 Mackerel.
In store and for sale by
nIG-lw QUIRABP & FKRRILL.
THAT well-known, dtetrably located, and highly
popular establishment, situated on Bull street,
between South Broad and Hull streets, occupying
four entire lots of 00 by 90 feet each, and the lane be
tween them, and containing about forty rooms, is
now offered for rent.
The party renting ihis property will be required to
make the uerea*hry repairs and give satisfactory ae
cuiity for the puuctual payment ot rent.
JOHN M COOPER,
novT—tf Pres’t Union Society.
I OFFER for Rent next year, 19Gfi, my Rice Place, In
Camden county, Da., on the Great Satilla River,
known as the*“Vernon Plantation," containing 420
acres of first quality Rice Lund, and about 100 acres
of high land, all in perfect order. Said Plantation has
been cultivated during the war. and therefore requires
no extra work to prepare it tor a crop the ensuing
All the negroes formerly belonging to me are still on
the place and anxious to remain, so there would be
no difficulty in procuring laborers. On the place is a
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. Peas,
Sugar Cane, Sorghum, Cotton, Ac., cau be obtained
on the place. For further particulars address the sub
scriber at Waynesville, Wayne county, Gil.
ocl3iMm JAB. F. KING.
Store to Let,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
Thu light and eomniodiuus Store, corner Merchants’
Row and Palmetto A venae, to lease for a limited time.
Terms easy. Address
W. S. SAMPSON, Jr., Agent,
octlß ts lock Box E, Hilton Ilcad. S. C.
ROOMS TO LET,
AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.
The “Palmetto Herald Building,” having been newly
fitted up, now offer large and airy Rooms suitable for
Sleeping A part meuts or Business purposes. For terms
W. S. SAMPSON, Jr , Agent,
octlß ts Dark Lox E, Hilton Head, S. C.
NO debts contracted by any of the Crew o» oritlsh
hark Craesco will be paid by Captain or Consignee.
n1 fi BRIG H AM, HALPWIN A CO.
New York Plano Fortes.
New Scale First-Class
Factory, 122,124 * 126 Earn 224 SI..
RKMPIK TKUI.I.Y announce. that hta Large New
Em loty la imw fnmplated, fully ..Igaula**, au>l 111
nuu't'44*nil.tueralUm, by luuan. which M SMjmaUy
ti.4-r«'4.a. .1 his niaiiuferturlng luellltlas ll* wllT tlicrs
lory lw able houcelnraurd To turn ..ul Its Ptanua (*vr
»' «'k. 14. supply order* piuuiplly, Wlllmiii dial inauif
• 4'UU nl delay in wldrb IkMtli'i. ami Fu«baa#is have
lawn o'lhjocird, Ir.iui ili« hi t llaal hat more than l<»“
yaai' |iaai li. ka. laeci, ■ ..iiltim.lly a liuhd" and iu.ua
■urn. Imhliul .udsis A lull sauelimeul al .11 Ulna,
ntty by found at m. MabubetwriaMd Wauiwum in
New Tod. illy. Hunt tnatrufuchi I Wily wsnauhd.
IUUII WaivTiuiua, 111 UfaulaWf Oh«W
AfiAIMfU us SAIT, 4i NmAi lo Ik. l«u. J«(aiil*f4
per lb illd, lust iVmu lima UwwiiM MM
BUidUAM, ll AI Dwlh A HU
( OMIMKffIO* MfCRCHAirrM. 4hr.
F. M. MYRELL,
STEAM BOAT AGENT,
CKNKKAL. (OMMInSJON AND KUK
bay street, savannah, ga.
Harri. 1 Buildings, 2d door wert of A. Low A Co.T.
Refer, to Mnear*. Hunter A Gammell. Crane, John
ion Jt Gray bill: Beil Wylly A Cbrienan : Both well &
Whilehead; Miller. Tbomae A Cos.; M. A. Cohen,
TOBIAS HEDRICKS & C 0..
O'oiiiiii iMMion M«‘ t«,
N «* w Y ork.
OCTAVrs COnKN will make liberal advance* on
any mneixnmenta made to the above house.
Wm. H. Tison. Wm. W. Goan ok
Tison & Gordon.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
No. JWi BAY STREET, *
Savannah, ------- Gkoroia.,
Spi-cial attention will be piven to the aale of Lumber,
Rosin, Turpentine, A.,
o. u. sorkvu a. o. aOKKII.
Commission and Ft>rufhrding Merchants,
82 Bay street. Savannah. Ga.
References: Messrs. It. K. Corning, Son ff N.
Y.: Messrs. peti*r V. King A Cos.. N. Y.; Meesrs. Fish
er. Brothers A- fY>.. Baltimore ; Messrs. S. W. Welsh,
Philadelphia; National Bank. Savannah, Ga ; Francis
Sorrel, Esq, Savannah. Ga ;Ch?u». Green, Kaq., Savan
nah, Ga.; T. R. Blo«nn, Esq., Macon, Ga.
*Mtn _________ lm»
D. H. BALDWIN A CO.,
178 Pearl Street, New York.
D. H. Ru.nwmd v >w York
J. F CcMMinaa. ( Ncw YorK
11. Brigham, \ q- vftlinA |,
oct4-3m Hour, *
A. S. Hart ridge,
COMMISSION ANIJ FORWARDING
B 2 BAY STREET,
JAMES B. CAHILL,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Wines
171 BROAD STRK B3 T ANARUS,
HOLDERS ofMerchandise wishing to realise immt*-
diately will consult their iuteresta by consigning
Strict attention will ho given to all business en
trusted to them, and prompt returns made at the
most ie.isoiiahle rates. sep4-3ra
i. * mm- 1 co..
111 North Water Street,
Careful selections made on all orders for the Pur
chase of Gouda, and Coiisigununts respectfully solic
ited. 1 m oct‘2 l
Hkmey L. Jkwrtt. James 1. Snider.
Jewett ,V Snider,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND
Second Street, Macon, Georgia,
(Between Cherry aud I'oplar.j
Prompt personal atleulio. given to all consign
meiils of coltou, produce, miuiulactiires and oilier
arliclea ol mercliaudise. Older* aud consi|;uuieHU
aoliciled iroiu all purU of Ihe country. Best ailentlou
given to orders lor purchasing cotion.
Agents for several flrst class lusucaneoCominuiies.
C. H. BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 80 Broad Street, New York,
Produce and Flour Commission
Dealers in Provisions, Butter, Cheese, Ac,
Special attention t4> Southern Orders.
Consignments on General Merchandise solicited,
oct 17 2m
T 0 SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
SOUTHERN PRODUCE. .
FENNEIi, BENNETT & BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
No. 40 Vrsky Struct, a* aw York.
Aud Memphis, Ter.n.
Thom a b Fknnkr, Henry Bennett, D. W. Bowman.
CIIAS L. COLBY & CO.,
Shipping Commission and Forwarding
JONXfI BI.OCK, OOBNKB BAY AMD AUBBOOEM BTBUET
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Conniynmouts o Ihi firm of Cnaa. L. Coliy,
of New York, or to our friend* in Boston.
MAUDE & WRIGHT, Agent* at Augusta, Go.
Messrs. Dsbney, Morgan & Cos., New York.
Jariva Slade, Esq., New York.
Hon. .1 Wiley Edmands, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. sep 18— ti
Woodward, Baldwin & Cos.,
HO Duane Street, New York,
O and It Hanover St., Baltimore.
DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Osnahurgs aud Yarns. jy!B
JOHN S. S.MIS & CO.,
Forwarding anil Coiiiinission
MEHCI IAIN TH.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac.,
NOS. 1 ANI) 2 SAMMIS’ BLOCK, •
Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
JNO. 8. RAM MM. El». G. BAUM 18. Oil AS. L. MATHER
aul 1 ts
’u all kinds of
FOREIGN AND D MKMTKI FRUITS awn PRODUCE,
WIOIT tV.MUNUTUN MaSKR,
Oppoalte 14S West nt.. Bulkhead between Barclay aud
Petit)ma, Apple* und Onion.eoo.Uuitly on hand, and
put up for llie Southern market
All eoualguueuu promptly altenkrd k>.
Kelera to A. L. Bradley, A. Uaywwod, T. I.
Walnh. and J U Panama.
S. M. C OLD IN G,
Wboleaala ami Itatall Dnaler lu
urn, wps. boots, ms,
brailrnm'* KuriiUliiMß 4i004m,
No lAd CfiNtilUON MTItEKT,
•him* * * ' tm
’ soutill :i t n
COTTON WAREIiOiiS I,
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO„
Forwarding A Commission
TYESPBCTFULLY invite attcution to out facilities
At# for the pnrt'hase or movement of Southern
Products, and will give prompt attentiou to all busi
ness entrusted to t>ur care. Intending t*» establish
penn iLenlly a House in Savann.th expert by strict
business principles to merit aud receive a portion of
Having a commodious Warehouse for Cottou, we
are prepared to buy, or receive ou consignment to our
friends in New York or Europe, and will make ad
vances ou same ; picking, re-baiiug or mending all
Cotton before shipping, thereby saviug the enormous
expense Incurred in Northern cities by this process.—
They solicit a portion of the business of the people
us Georgia and of adjoining States.
OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY’ AND LINCOLN STREETS,
_ DT Post Office Address, Lock Box 2«». oct»-3m
MACKY, BEATTIE & GO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL _
203 and SOS Bay Street,
OFFER for SALE the rollowiug Good*, on the
nowi reasonable terms.
260 bbls Whiskey, Mountain Dew Y
I**l “ *• Buckeye Reserve
J 5 “ “ stag Hourlhiu ‘ ,
*» “ “ I yearsoldSlaj; Bourbon I •*’ of
20 “ » Hue Anule f "eslern
BwkanFs Bourbon (
15 “ ** Old Family Rye |
15 “ “ OldßivUtted
Togetht r with a large assortment of Port, Sherry
and Madeira Wines, liekisiek & Cos., and Reymond’s
champagitvs. Brandies, Gins Homs German A
Ridgeway Bitters Jfcc.
In comievtion with the above, we offer (hr sate
Choice Family Flour, Bacon Sides, shoulders. Lard.
Libera) advances made on consignment to
scp'W-am PHILADELPHIA. Pa.
KOKWAKDINO AND C OMMISSION MER
No. 94 Hay Street,
l L. Gfowdy,
196 BAT STREET,
SCRANTON. SMITH & CO.,
Grocers aud Commission Merchants,
WOULD be linppy to see the former patioua aud
friends, and i lie public generally, at their store
at the head of Bay street, opposite Jefferson, where
they will be at all times happy to serve them,
BRYAN, HARTRIDGE & CO..
Bryan Street, nrxt to Mkrohantb' and Planters'
Broker and Commission Agents
FOR SALE AND PURCHASE OB
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
Forayce, Anderson & Janney.
Broken aud fieoeral (oniniLsinn MerchanU,
NO. 10 STODDARD'S RANGE,
Dealers in Specie, South*’re Bank Notes, Bauds amt
Stocks, Exchange <>a the Northern cities, Augusta and
Charleston, bought and sold Liberal adv iuccs mado
on consignments to our correspondents at the Norlb.
Refer lu Third National Bank, Messrs, beche, Keecli
•k Cos., Messrs. Merchant Jt Carman, Mi sura Hull Jt
Kuckell, New York; Moasia. Carman, Merchant Jt
Shaw, Philadelphia; Messrs. Wm. Lamping ,fc Cos.,
Messrs. G. H. Reese A Bros., Baltimore; Messrs. R.
Habersham A Sons, Messrs, limiter A Gamim 11, Mr.
Geo. W. Anderson, Mr. G. B. Lamar, tSavanusli.
aoo. and. row Lt. wm. a. boy. uuon area
FOWLE & C 0„
FORMERLY OF ALEXANDRIA VA.,
Importers of Railroad Iron and Dealers iu
Office, 70 Broadway,
G. B. & G W. LAMAR,
General Commission Merc li ants.
Forwarding and Shipping Agenti,
NO. 9'4 BAYcTREKf, (upstairs.)
Refer to Geo. W. Anderann, Jno C. Ferreland Q. H.
Lamar, Savannah; W. E Jackson. Josiah Sibley Jt
Sons, J. B. Jt J. W. Walker, Augusta. Consignments
W. J. BLAIO. A. 4. SMITH. W. W. KEEN.
BLAIR, SMITH & CO.,
No. 398 Broad. Street,
General Commission Merchants,
And Agents fur the S*le of
Ma 1111 faet.nred Tobacco.
Will Purchase and Sell, on Commlasidn, Cotton.
Cottou Goods, Wines, Liquors, Prodnceand Merchan
disc of every description.
Consignments solicited. 2m-nl4
JOHN MSBRYMAN. B. U. WARING.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ and Planters’ Agency
riR the sale of Guano, Fertilisers, Live Stock, Im
plements and Machinery, Sceiin, Ac.
07 W. Fayetto Btroet,
Refer to John 8. Hitting*, President Chesapeake
Bank ; Chan Goodwin. Cashier Fraiikliu Bank, Balti
more; E C. Wade k Cos. aud P. 11. Bekii, Havanoak.
Lahpa, flMßdatlera, Mr.. k< u. Harp Uaiupaa, ki'ln
Hack*. Wde Luwpa, with and without llndnetorwi Pan
tj llall iaaipa, ItuiUma, Ham a, l'.p aud Powuu
I‘auut Ulaa. Oaura, llurnnr., Iliobaa, I l.luißlas aud
wick, DMI.IMWTH' FLINT A tdtKKN OLAMM. Oturh-,
• »y Dnahnr aat (khlhtloMNW ULAithWAIU Ikndt
•4 all kiuda hade ka taker h kMOtUUtk Gil.
MtUnwuwu* Miaal, Two 4uuMM« Mhlttel. N V
COMMISSION M KBC’H A NTS.
LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO.,
>4l II road wu y.
AgeMtt Atlantic Coast Itfail Steam
Advances made ou CVmsignmenW by
JNO. R. WILDBU,
«*** Sm Savannah
A. V. I'ATCOSUN. A A TVrAB.
PATERSON & TUCKER,
fFormerly J T Paterson A Cos. of Augusta, Ga.}
General Commission, Forward
ing and Shipping Merchants,
ho. 9 Slorlctaivl'a hewer Itaage,
OPPOSITE MARINER'S CHURCH, BAY STREET,
Saxran n all, Ga.
11AV K nude atrangements for Shipping Cotton, Tim
her Rice, At., lo first doss hon-e s in Europe and
Will make litiernl. advances ou all consign aaenta.
Als»h will buy and sell Timber or Lumber on Comaiis.
We have facilities for obtainlug Charters for Vessels
al moderate rales.
Personal attention will lie given to the receiving,
hue .inline and to the sales or all merchandise entrust
ed to oar care. We have a commodious warehouse
Relereuces—Dowling A Cos.. London: Gibhs, Bright
Jt Cos., Liverpool; Bradford A Reuiek. New York ; J.
K. Bay-ley A Cos., Philadelphia : James Oakes Boston;
K. Lafitte, Charleston. S. C.; R H. May, (Mayor,} Au
gusta Ga.: Geo. R. Crump Jt Cos., Auguata, Ga ; Hal
sey. Watson Jt Cos.. Savannah, Ga.; D. B. Thomson,
Columbus. Ga.: James Gnnn A Son, Richmond, Va •
CUylon, Adair Jt Purse. Atlqinq. Go. nov3 ’
Collection and Commission Agency,
haudle Southern land and property of all desci iptions.
I‘urius wi huit; to sell mo invited to forward li!»t«.—
Numerous .npplications now ou fife from parties wish
ing lo puruhsse.
Make collections on all parts of tha country,
b) especial attentiou to the sale and disposal of
Southern products, and make advances ou direct
MATTHEW H BRIDGE, Manager,
No. 9 Broad st.. New York.
RKFUtCNOFa UY FCRUiasUiN :
lion. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
I*, llarmoiiv. Nephews & Cos., Bankers, 38 Broadway.
Messrs, ii. B. CLfiu Jt Cos , liup.tr h in. New York.
A. W. Greeuleaf, Ksq., Banker, N. Y. # n9 3m
JOUN It. GIIIW. JOHN A. itUIEU,
JOHN B. GUIEU & SON,
(Join m i ssion M ert* I tint ts,
Will attend to a
General Agency Business.
Pcrsoual attciiliou will he given to thu Receiving and
Forwarding and to the Sales and Purchase of
Cotion and all Produce.
IV References to the principal Merchants of Au
gusta and Savannali.
AeunsTt, Ox., Oct. 1. 1866. lm oct2T
Anvaanß. iUsan-r,! Cos as. H. Btssn-r,
Jak C. Van Pxlt, / lorK Ralcigh.N.C.
Bennett, Van Pelt & Cos.,
FOR THE HAI.E OF
COTTON TOBACCO, NAVAL STORES, ETC.,
FOR TIIK PURCHASE AND SALK OF STATE AND
Whitehall St., Now York.
We have associated with ns Mr. D. W. Curt in, late
Public Treasurer for North Carolina. itlMUu
To the Merchants of Savannah.
fTHE undersigned, Committts' from Metropolitan Fire
■ Con-puny, will wait upon the Merchants and Bud
Uesa Men ofthe city This Kay, to solicit aubsciiptions
for the puichase of a Sinara Fire Engine.
They hope for a prompt and geuerou* response from
their fellow citiEens.
JNO. R. DILLOtf,
GKO. 11. JOHNSTON, Jr.,
WM. N. VALLEAU,
WE have this day iiHsociated with us Mr. K. J.
LAKCOMBE. with the ffnn name Cunningham,
Purse A Cos. CUNNINGHAM, PURSE & CO.
Savannuh, Ga., Nov. 10,1866. 10-nl4
BridKrtvater Paint anti Color
Works t o.
BELL, WYLLY & CHRISTIAN, Agents.
Just received and for gale at the manufacturer's
Kegs XX Bridgewater Lead
Kegs XX Snow White Zinc
Kegs Cygnet White Lead
Kegs Summerse t White Lead
Premium White Lead
Metalic Paint (in nil}
Metalic Paint fdry}
Fire Proof Paint
Cottage Colors. lm ochlO
H. J. DICKERSON,
OFFICE OPEN AT ALL HOLRS OF THE DAY
No. 1 Harris’ Buildings.
Latest from Egypt I
PENNY'S NEW EXTRACT OF THK EGYTIAN
LOTUS, anew and exquisite Perfume tor the
handkerchief. Cleopatra and the ladies of the prosent
day using Ike same fimnme.
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS! 1
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS 1!!
Manufactured by F. A.Pknnv, Brooklyn, New York.
K. A. LOVEJOY, Agent,
n!)-3m 93 Fulton street, N. Y.
TRY ONE POUND.
w “ *“ mviwmr ™ f, “
That received a medal and honorable mention from
the Royal Commissioners, the coinpctlou of all prom
inent roanufacttftpr* of “Corn Starch" and “Prepared
Corn Flour'* of thia and other countries notwithstand
M AIZSN A,
The food aud luxury of tbo age, without a alngle
fault. One trial will convince the mont nkeptical.—
Make. Pnddinga, Cakes, Cualarda, Blanc Mange, Ac.,
wlthont l.lnglasa, with few or no egg*, at a coat a«-
(oainhing the moat economical. A alight addition |u
ortloary Wheat Flour greatly improves Bread and
Cake ft Is also . xeellenMor thickening aweet nance*,
uravlrs lor tlisl, aud meat*. *oupa, Ac For Ire l Vcam
nothing can compare with It. A little iMiiltd In milk
will produce rich cream lor milfoe, chocolate, tea. Ac.
Put up lu (Me pound parka*ea. under tho trade
mark M amen a. with directhma (or uae.
A item ions arih le of iuod for children and In
valid* of all agt*
Pur sal* by Ururora aud DrugglaU everywhere.
D« |mil, itttt Fulttiu Htrppl.
,utt lei Ih aural AgruL
THOM. W. UUUOIiH
k ANUFAI TURKIt UP
FURNIT'JRC AND OKNBNAL
MM Ussk Missel, Pbll^fellitilM,
/>• OKUMM *MM by MaJ at-
| BUSINESS DIRECTORY
! U” WkHoty *v <»., tkmeral CuuuuWaa
No. 202 Bay rtreet, above
A**’ ikarhroiigli 6k Cos., Uau.«av and Com
< mission Ma.ai.sis. 140 Congress and M v
,Jighe * t pcii es paid for Cotton'
Wool Beeswax, etc. Liberal Advances ouCotu^Ti^’
Erwin 6k Harder.
— ~Savannah, Ga.
John Mrt'onaghy, 1 '
DEALER IN DRY (4GOUS. Ao.
Snmnel M. G-derer. Jobtwr and Retailer
Fancy and Stai l* Dev Gma Boon i«»k. 01
CbOTU.ao. llatsFAc. IMcSn^SS**’
■ GROC EIUES, & C.
M I *'' , ’ >l ‘ Wholesale Dealer in Winvr Li
1,1 • B«<*akk, FancyGaoOftmam, CAsnin il*
mmmmrnm— ——_ r 1 Hlr.^t
B““*Au£ , SßiA
Bay street, over Express Oflice.
T>a Pin Alley. -
A TEN PIN ALLEY, by VALENTINE BASLER
No rwßa, „ 41 . w “ and Dquors. LKR
NO. 138 Bryan street. Market Inquire House, opposite
ln ° lm-oct-i,
S , A tU Hrrio , ‘ us Poet Ofijce-i h»
MURPHY & CLARK,
House, Sign, Skip and Steamboat Painter
Optwilethe Pulaski House, over Stamm’s Barber Shan
All orders thauklull received and taithfuily attended
GAS FITTING, Ac.
Weed 6k Cornwell,
W holesale Dealers in llaudwara: and Tin Wars
No. 169 and lei Broughton street.
U Crons ton,
• Pl-UMUEIt AND GAS FITTER,
til Bryan st, next lo cor. Whitaker
SROARB, TOBACCO, fa.
li'' tlUili. ' *-
s SKGARS, TOP.ACCO, SNUFF, PIPES Ac
lUniurd tUtteL one door South of the M.irktL
PRINTING, STATIONERY, & c
6k Ltoeij ~" -75
O LIiOKaKLLERS AND STATIONERS
Cor. Bryan street aud M arket Square.
Marking Ink, Manukaotckid and fur sale bv
DAVID U. GALLOWAY,
Geo. N. lYiehols.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay at., between Abercoru and Drayton.
R J ’ LITHOGRAPHEK STATIONER,
>2. BINDER, JOB HUNTER, Jfcc.
No. o Whitaker street.
L W. Nutiuai Cos.,
UEItALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
_ No. 11l Bay street
WAI. D # Harden,
A'PTORNKY AT LAW,
, ITo Bay street,
WATCHES, JKWELRY &c.
FU. Jordan, Dealer in Watouls aud Jewelkv,
* SiLvrg and Plawu W aka. Fancy Goons, Ac.
l»r Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
12lt Congress st., uppusile the Pulaski House.
Jos, \V. ClilY, M. l>.
Cor. South Uroad and Rarnard-sts.,
Orrioa Hoots—u u> 10 a. M„ and 4to 6 P. M.,
IV Beoidence—Mr. Wash's, Brouglitou street,
ntf-lm one door east Masonic Ball.
WM. YValdb “
• WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
aul4 Sonrheast cor. Barnard and Broughton sis.
A A. So loin 1 ins 6k Cos.,
“* WUOIJiSALK AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
IF" Orders executed accurately and with despatch.
BOOT'S AND SHOES.
Ames & PeahtMly, Jobbers In Men’s, Women’:,
and Children's Calf, Serge and Kid BOOTS and
SHOES, of all kinds and qualities.
_ 162 Congress sL, 4th door North of the Market.
QUEENS WARE, &c.
D. Smyth, QUEENSW’ARE. GLASS AND
■Js CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail.
. 109 Broughton street, 2d door from cor. of Bull
s WIIOI.KSAI.K AMT) UTTAIL DEALER IN
CIDERS, LEMON, STRAWBERRY and KASTBERRY
SYRUI-S, CANDIES, A0.,A0„
W In any quantities, to suit Purchasers. -Ml
John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER
and ALE, CORDIALS, SYRUPS, *O.
Cor. Bay and West Broad streets.
rfIHE subscriber, formerly of Savannah, and resident
A at Blsckshcsr, Pierce comity, Ga.. on the Atlan
tic & Gulf Railroad, will give his personal sndundi
vided attention to the sale and purchase of Lands
contiguous to the said railroad, on commission, snd
solicits the patronage of all needing an agent there.
An experience in the land, lumber and timber busi
ness of twenty years in Georgia and South Carolina,
guarantees ample qualification. He will be repre
sented in Snvnnnah hy Mr. Henry Bryan, nrd in New
York by the Great Southern Lund Agency. Tt Broad
way. JOHN D. DELANNOY.
Refers to any old resident in Savannah,
700 BALES Prime Northern Hay, per Scbr Clara
lOs Picket!. For sale to arrive.
028 I Bit.HAM- PAH V IN * <]° _
Warren & Platner,
WHOLESALE dealew in all kinds of coarse »n d
finu Paper, Euvelops, Twines and Paper Bo\c»-
Sole A«ents in this city for the Bath rai>er Mill^
Tlie highest cash prices paid for Bags, Old B°r.
and Hugging and Waste Paper, 111 large or sms'
quantities. . _
oetlii-tf 210 Hay street, Savsnnah, *•*
MOLiHEKN REAL ESTATE
ORATION AID COMPANY.
WHO wants Timber and Turpentine Lands t
Who wants Cotton and Corn Farms 1
We have them for sale. In different States »
wants to sell Lauds t W*< can aell them. Put
in our bands. „ .
W. H. QUINQr, #2 Wall atrccL Now York.
C. F JONES, H. H. LEE, Thomssvi *'.
oct24-1m RICHARD F. FLO Y D,JocksoUvil le.Fls,
Ex|torlins and Ini|Hirtiii)!
Msvol (ttorea, I sun her, Ac. to Umlr ak*"* l
odors aolldlad fin fouit •>*«•
Urs Tb« strictest sltsnth.n will vm* «»
a.,mmy ridH 'fiarESsW 1 ’
TRY ONE POUND.