The Savannah Daily Herald.
BY - 8. W. MASON & CO.
MMUKk W. MASOK fcrtMar,
v . T. i HoMl'MtV A»»oelale Editor.
S A VaNNAU. VUISKUAI, NOV EMBER *2 18«».
exit dr. massib.
It will be recollected that about two
months ago this peregrinating Englishman
made a visit to Savannah, and delivered, we
believe, one or two addresses to our colored
population. He made himself disgustingly
Officious also in tendering, unsolicited, to
manj - of our prominent citizens his Exeter
Hall Views about the Freedmen, and sought
to create the impression that the late slave
holders were not, from stupidity or some
other cause, competent to decide upon mat
ters affecting the present interests of the lete
On his return lately to New York City he
delivered a lecture, in which he gave the re
sult of his experiences and observations in
the'Soutb. and endeavored to convince his
nudieuce that the Freedmen’s capacity for
self-government was unquestioned, and that
he should be admitted, immediately, to the
Tight of suffrage.
We learn from the New York Express that
the British views of this foreign emissary
Were not altogether acceptable to his audi
tory, and that he had unceremoniously taken
passage for London.
It is suggested by the Express that vvheD
the Rev. Mr. Massie reaches homo he will
take a tour through Irelaud, and let us
know w’hether, in his judgment, some mil
lions of Her Majesty’s subjects there, are
not as fit to enjoy ’’free suffrage” as the At
ricau here ; also, whether the misforttme
that they are white, not black, is a bar to
the privilege; also whether a journey
tlffough the British Free Negro Island of
Jamaica to-day, wouid convey a like con
viction, that the black man is as evidently
fit for “tree suffrage" as the free man ot the.
South. Also, whether with so much white
slavery staring him in the face at home, it is
just the thing to be coming over here to tell
us. unasked, what we should do, in order to
give more liberty to this or that particular
class of persons.
It is just such intermeddling on the part of
fanatics like this Dr. Massie, that has mis
led the negro population of Jamaica into the
delusion, as stated by the correspondent ot a
Boston p'per, that the whites owe, them a
free support—a life without labor—they
' fancy that the blacks of the United S ates
are now actually enjoying African paradise
of idleness and dissipation in consequence of
the late war. A wild idea is permeating all
the West India Islands that the great war in
this country was made, and the Southern
States conquered, wholly and exclusively in
the interest of the colored people—that its
scope, object and end is, simply and singly
to place the black republicans over the whites.
This same idea has been fermenting through
the entire substratum of negro opiuion of
the Southern States, and occasionally crops
out, substantially, as in the case of Mr.
H'dtzciaw, near this city, of which we gave
an account yesterday.
Dr. Massie, doubtless, informed his color
ed listeners that they were entitled to the
exercise of the right of suffrage, and that it
would be accorded to them despite the oppo
sition of their late masters ; thus creating an
expectation, which, if not realized, must
produce a degree of discontent in the minds
of our colored people, that may, ere long,
lead to serious cousequeuces. And he may
have indoctriuated them with the idea, too,
that the whites owe them a living, and that
the war was iu their interest altogether. It is
to this class of fanatical and misguided men,
who in the name of philanthropy and patrio
tism, have brought such calamities upon the
country and its people of both races.
THE NORTH CAROLINA ELECTION .
Sufficient returns of the recent election
have been received by the press of that State
to warrant the statement, that Provisional
Governor. Wm. W. Holden, has been defeat
ed for tjie Executive Chair under the new
Constitution. The successful candidate is
Mr. Worth, the present Auditor of that Slate
whose majority over his opponent is eveu
greater than was anticipated by his most
sanguine friends. The friends of Mr. Holden
pressed his claim to the position upon the
ground that he was hnd had been, par excel
lence, a Union man. and that his success was
es.-ential, by reason of his intimate personal
and political relations with President John
son, for the immediate restoration of the
State to the Federal Union. It appeared Tn
the pi ogress of the campaign that, so far
from haviug been a consistent Union man as
alleged by the advocates for his election, he
was uot only a member of the secession Con
vention, but he actually signed the ordnance
which took the old North State out of the
Union and kept her out for several years.
Further than this, he was a candidate lor
Governor, under Confederate sway, and had
he been elected he would have taken an oath
to support the Government of Jeff. Davis!
It is known, also, that he, as the editor and
proprietor of the Raleigh Standard, vindica
ted the war and supported the administra
tion of Mr. Davis until the latter, in the Fall
of 1862, declined to make a certain military
appointment in conformity with the urgent
demand of Mr. Holden, when he became,
t forthwith, the implacable foe of the Confed
erate President and hoisted the flag of oppo
sition to the further prosecution of the war.
Such flagrant treachery disgusted and alien
ated many of his old personal and political
friends; and hence his political downfall uu
uer cite apparently so favorable
for success in the recent contest. For not
withstanding these facts, the President had
such complete confidence in his ability, loy
alty and usefulness, that he conferred upon
him oue of the most important and respon
sible offices in his gift and clothed him with
almost autocratical powers.
Gen. Gill more has secured, as a personal
favor, the pardon of Gen. Elliott, who de
fended Fort Sumter against his siege. Gen.
Elliott was occupying a fisherman's hut at
Port Royal, and wae supporting bis family
by fishing. This pardou will secure him the
immediate restoration of hi* lands, close to
tilth bis tl-lnnunn'a but now stands,
A northern paper says “Judge Campbell,
recently released from Fort Pulaski, speaks
viry Uvnrtbly of the gentlemanly treatment
lie received at the hand* of the officer* and
no u garrisoning the fort, nud aay* that a
colored regiment on duty there presented
him and hU fellow prisoners, on Iheir leaving
the tort, with a well turned teller, esprit**-
jug their aim .re wishes tor their prompt rr
—Recitations from the production ol E'-
A Foe, were given in Baltimore lately, to
aid in building a monument to the poet.
—The City Council of Richmond, Va ,
Las organized a lioard of bealtli to look after
the sanitary interests of that city, in view ot
the approach of cholera.
—Lord Palmerston was (he first who in- j
troduced the waltz in England. His dan- j
c ug at Altnack’s fifty years ago, with the j
Princess of Lievcn, the feminine. Russian di- j
plomatist and faithful friend of 31. Guizot,
was much admired.
—A pablic dinner is to lie given to Gen.
Fullerton at New Orleans, in testimony to
his judicious and conciliatory course in
abolishing the Louisiana Freedmen’s Bureau.
—The grave announcement that the
Prince Imperial will hereafter dine with his
mother, and not in the nursery, occupies a
prominent place iu the French Court Jour
—Four hundred and ninety emigrants ar
rived in Baltimore last week direct from
Periodicals Received.— "Tht Nation," a
number with diversified contents and exhibi
ting marked ability.
‘■ The Hound Table" varied in its subjects
which are haudled with talent equally origi
nal and tasteful in its criticisms. A fuller
nolice ol the contents of the above in a fu
Frank Leslie's Pictorial for the current week
is attractive in its illustrations, including
among them a view of the Balloon marriage
iu New York.
The above to be obtained at Estiil's Book
TO the VOTERS OF CHATHAM COI STY
I announce myself as a candidate lor the
office of TAX COLLECTOR of Chatham
county, and respectfully solicit the votes of
nov22-td ALEX. F. BENNETT.
'll,, JlnTiicipal Election-
Savannah, Nov. 21st. 1865.
To the Kditors of the Savannah Daily Herald :
I am not an aspirant for the Mayoralty.
Edward J. Harden.
To Hie Voters or Chatham Comity.
1 respectful y anuouuce myself a candi
date for re election to the offire of Sheriff of
Chatham County, and ask your support at
the January election.
ts Benjamin L. Cole.
OFFICE SUB ASS T COMMISSIONER,)
Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and
Abandoned Lauds, )
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 20th, 1805.
( Circular .)
The proprietors of many of the estates
within the District of Savannah, known as
Abandoned and- Confiscated Lands, having
already procured special pardon from the
President of the United States, which re
stores the parties to all rights, franchises and
immunities of citizens, embracing the resto
ration of their landed property.
* Freedmen now occupying estates thus re
claimed, or lauds not included in the list of
abandoned property, and who have cultiva
ted and raised crops upon the same must use
all dilligence aud industry to secure their
products, and to remove the same from the
premises, together with all other lawful pro
perly belonging to themselves. Iu uo event
must the removal of their products or pro
perty be delayed beyond the twentieth (20th)
day of December next, unless such delay
shall be arranged by contract for their servi
ces or labor upon the estate, or by other
amicable agreements with the proprietors or
proper representatives of such lands, who
are enlitled to possession of the same by
competent authority. By order
H. F. Sickles,
Col. and Sub-Ass’t Com. Bureau R. F. and
A. L. 3 nov2l
OFFICE SUB ASST COMMISSIONER)
Bureau Refugees* Freed men aud -
Abandoned Lands. )
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 20, 1805.
(Circular No. 2.)
Frequent complaints are made at this
Office, alleging many and gross indignities
to be daily perpetrated by white children ol
this city, upon the children of Freeduicn,
while going to and from their schools, and
at other times and places. Such practices
must be stopped at once, otherwise measures
will be adopted for their vigorous suppres
While the children of Freedmen conduct
themselves in a proper manner, they must
not be beaten, stoned, insulted, nor in. any
wise molested bv reason of their color. The
high mfisdefifintelllgent and good citizens ot
all ages, will seek to elevate, instead of de
press and degrade the qualities of human
nature, whether found beneath the dusky
skin ot the negro child, or the more attrac
tive surface of the caveassian race.
11. F. SICKLES,
Col. and Sub-As’t Com. Bureau R. F. and
A. L. 3t nov 21
THE IST. Y. NEWS.
Miss Carrie C. Lester, a daughter of
Mississippi is authorized to visit the South,
soliciting subscriptions for the New York
News. She kindly asks the patronage of all
our citizens. Please send vour names or
call at the Pulaski House from 10 A. M. to
3 P. M., wbeu Miss Lester will be ABst hap
py to receieve you.
To the Electors of Chatham County.
Gentlemen : Having been requested by
numerous friends to allow my name to be
used for the office of Sheriff of Chatham
county, I have the honor to announce giyself
as a candidate for that position, and respect
tully solicit your suffrage.
nIT-tf CHARLES .T. WHITE.
HOLCOMBE & CO.,
Old Stand 181 Bay street,
fTbos. Holcombe, established IS3G.J
We have landing a flue and carefully selected Stock of
And will sell at the
Lowest Market Prices.
B,runes. B “ COn '
.Kecks,el, ♦ CodlUU '
Onr of tVut.it. slut l.iipinrs are a. tin.. »» uu, i„
Ws luois on, old fri.uds ami iwtious , u
leorgla Chapter, he 3, It. k U.
. A regular comaaniem'i in of tut* Chapter
iS Kill l« held at Masonic Hall This (Wed
r'iVzm lajrj Evening, at 7 o'clock.
1 CompatduM ol othsr Chapters are Invited to at
tend. By order ol
K. T. TURNER. R. P.
J. lloi usoos Estii.l, Bee n*2-l
Died, at Lauderdale Springs. Mississippi. <m the 10th
of April, WILLIAM J. HOWARD, age I twenty (20}
years and six (Cl maths, eon of Dr. J. G. Howard, cf
BATCH.ELOB. S HAIR DVB !
The Oflginal and Best in the World ! The only true
and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless. Reliable and Instan
taneous. Produces iinmedinte.y a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Drug
gists. The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OP MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
aul4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR. New York.
Watches, Chains, Diamond
Dings, etc., etc.,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS’ WORTH!
To be disposed of at
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
Without regard to value t Not to be paid for unt. l
you know what you are to receive !!
Splendid List of Articles,
A tl to be Sold at One Dollar each 1
300 Musical Boxes S2O to $l5O each
160 “ ” with bells and
castincts *2OO to 500 “
500 silver Teapots and Coffee Urns 20 to 50 “
sco “ Clmtlpg Dishes. 30 to too “
1000 “ Ice Pitchers 20 to 50 “
2500 “ Syrup pups,with salvers 20 to 50 “
6000 “ Goblets and Drinking
Cups sto 50 “
3000 “ Castors 15 to 60 “
2000 “ Fruit, Card and Cake
Baskets 20 to 50 “
5000 dozen Silver Teaspoons 10 to 20 doz.
10000 *• “ Table Spoons and
Porks 20 to 40 “
250 Gentlemen's Gold Hunting-case
Watches 60 to 150 each
250 Ladies' Gold ami Enamelled
Hunting-case Watches 35 to To “
COO Gent’s Hunting-case Silver
Watches 35 to "0 “
200 Diamond Kings 50 to too “
SOuO Gold Vest aud Neck Chains.... 4to 30 “
Siioo “ Oval Band Bracelets 4to 8 “
6000 Jet aud Gold Bracelets 6to 10 “
2coo Chatelaine Chains and Guard
Chains sto 20 “
7050 Solitaire and Gold Brooches... 4to 10 “
6.00 Coral, Opal and Emerald
Brooches 4to 8 "
5000 Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Floren
tine Ear Drops. 4to 8 “
7500 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear
Drops 4to 6 •'
4*oo California Diamond Breastplns2.so to 10 “
3coo Gold Fob aud Vest Watch Keys 2.50 to 8 “
4iroo Fob and Vest Ribbon-slides 3to 10 “
6000 sets Solitaire sleeve-buttons,
Studs, Ac 3to 8 “
3000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils. Ac 4to 6 “
10U0) Miniature Lockets 2.60 to 10 "
4500 do do., mugic spring 10 to 20'“
3000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac.. 2to 8 “
5000 Plain Gold Kiugs 4to 10 “
f>ooo chased “ 4to 11 “
10000 Stonc-set and Signet Kings 2.50 to lo “
locoo California Diamond Kiugs 2to 10 “
7600 sets 1 .miles’ Jewely—Jet aud
Gold sto 15 “
6000 sets Ladies' Jewelry—Cameo,
Pearl, Opal and other stones 4to 15 “
11,000 Gold Peus, Silver Extension
Holders and Pencils 4to 10 “
10000 Gold Pens and Gold-mounted
Holders. oto 10 “
6000 Gold Peus amt Gold Extension
Holders 15 to 23 “
50CO Ladies’Gilt aud Jet Uuckles... 6to 16 ••
6000 “ “ Hair Bars
and Balls 6to 10 “
ARRANDALE & CO.,
no. 167 Broadway, New York,
Announce that all the above list of goods will be
One Dollar Each I
In consequence of the great stagnation of trade in
tile manufacturing districts of England, through the
war having cut off the supply of cotton, a large quan
tity of Valuable Jewely, originally intended for the
English market, lias been sent off for sale in this
country, aud must be sold at any sacrifice. Under
these circumstances, AKRANDALL & CO., acting as
agents for tlie principal European manufacturers,
have resolved upon a
GREAT GIFT APPORTIONMENT,
to be divided according to tbe following regulations:
Certificates of the various articles are put Into en
voiopes indiscriminately, sealed up, and when or
dered, are taken out without regard to choice, aud
sent by mail, thus showing no favoritism. Oil re
ceipt of the certificate you will see what you are to
have, and then it is at your option to send tlie dollar
and take the article or not. Purchasers may thus
obtain a gold watch, diamond ring, or any set of
jewelry on our list, for Oue Dollar.
Send 25 Cents for Certificate.
In all transacitons by mail, we shall charge for
forwarding the certificates, paying postage and do
ing the business, 25 cents each, which must be en
closed when tlie certificate is scut for. Five certifle
ates will be sent forsl, eleven for $2, thirty for $5,
sixty-live for $lO, oue hundred for sls.
What the Press Say of Vs.
• The Lafayette (lud.) Daily Courier, March 18,1865,
says: “A better selected, more varied or fashionable
assortment of jewelry canuot be found on the conti
nent than Arraudale A Cos. are now offering. Messrs.
Arramlalc A Cos. occupy a high position in commer
cial circles, as men entirely above the common trick
ery of trade. The* statements may be Implicitly
relied upon, both as to the character of their goods
and the manner of disposal. Ladies especially, in all
parts of the country, are realizing handsome’ proms
as agents, and if any of our fair readers desire to In
terest themselves in the enterprise, they may flo so
with perfect confidence.”
GREAT Gift DISTKIULTION.—A rare opportunity Is
offered for obtaining watches, chains, diamond rings,
silverware, etc., by Messrs. Arraudale A Cos., at No.
107 Broadway. They have an Immense stock of ar
ticles, varying in value, and all are offered at one
dollar each. The distribution is very fairly done:
you agree to take a certificate or a certain article,
enclosed in an envelope, and arc uot required to pay
your dollar unless you are satisfied with the article,
which will certainly be worth more than that
amount, and may be SOO or SIOO. An excellent
mode this of investing a dollar.— Sun/Say limes, .V.
r. City , Feb. 19,1865.
Messrs. Arraudale A Cos. have long been personally
known to us, and we believe them to lie every way
wortnv of public confidence.—.V. Y. Scottish Amer
ican Journal, June 11, ’64.
By Messrs. Arrandale & Co’s arrangement, the
advantages tmisi be on the side of the customer, for
he has everything to gain and nothing coinparaiively
to lose. 11c knows what he will get for his dollar
beforehand, and he need uot send it if he is uot satis
fied.—-Vein York Daily fifties, Aug. 6, 1864.
We know the firm in question to be very respect
able and thoroughly woitby of public confidence,
and recommend our friends to read their advertise
ment.—.V. V. Albion, Sept. 3, 1564.
Employment for Lames.—The most eligible and
profitable employment we have heard of for ladies is
the sale of certificates for the Great Girt Distribution
of Arrandale & Cos. A lady of our acquaintance has
been very successful in lids way, uot only in filling
her own purse, but also In doing a good mru to those
to whom she sold tlie certificates, as will be seen by
our advertising columns. Gentlemen eau also Os
thus eugaged.—.Yen' Fork Sunday Mercury, Aug
AGENTS.—We want agents In every regiment, and
in every town and county iu the country, and those
acting as such will he allowed ten cents on every
certificate ordered by them, provided their remit
tance amounts to one dollar, also o iier Inducements
which can be learned on application. Agents will
collect 25 cents for every certificate, and remit 15
cents to us, either tn cash or postage stamps.
ARRANDALE & CO.,
n22-lan4 167 Hroadtray, A’. F
Ci KORLIA—CHATHAM COUNTY —To all whom It
T may concern:
Win reas, John U. Ferrill will apply at the Court of
Ordinary for Letters of Admiuls ration on the uude
vtsed estste of Joseph Burke, late of said county, de
Thus* are. therefore, to cite tnd admonish all whom
It may concern, to be sud appear before said Court to
make otdectlou flf any they have) on or before the
second Monday Id January mat, otherwise said letters
will he granted.
Wines-, m.v hand and official signature, this mb
day o( November, DMIS.
ult 1) A. O’HYKNK. Ordinary.
Strayed or Stolen,
A DARK MAY lIOHBK, shoal ten hands high, with
leug tall and abort luaua, and between eight
and nine years old, with on peculiar marks lie dla
appeared Hum Mnhlgumety «n Sunday night last.—
Aliy mini malum lu rslarvuc* to him white thank
imiy lecciyed awl liberally rewarded II lelt ei ilie
ofin # oi the l»eily Herald,' nva-U
ONIONS, Red and White.
Received per steamer C’onstitutiou and for *mle low by
F. W. SI3IS CO.,
n22-2 Over Erwin A lla*<lee*s.
COMPOSED OF IODIDE OF POTASSIUM,
WITH THE COMPOUND CONCEN
TRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF
ROOTS AND HERBS.
WM. H. GREGC. M. D.,
Graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons,
New York; formerly Assistant Physician
in the Blackwell's Island Hospitals.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
lias produced a revolution m Medicine.
What may seem almost incre Üble is, that many dis
eases hitherto considered hopelessly incurable are fie_
qaeutly cured iu a few days or weeks; and we cheer
lully invite the investigatijusoi me liberal minded aud
scientific to cures which have no parallel at the pres
Uuriitg the past five years w*e have contended with
ob-Ucles and overcome opposition as herculean as
were ever encountered by any leiormers.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
Some say, “Your cures are too quick," while others
doubt their permanence, aud think that diseases can
ouly be cured by tne "slow*, recuperative process of
Naiure. ! *
This is our reply: In health, the body, like a well
balanced scale, is in a statu of equilibrium But when,
iroin any cause, and wn goes one side of the scale, we
have the effects of disease. What is requisite, is to re
store the normal balance of the scale.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Is a positive aud specific remedy for all diseases origi.
uiling from an impure state of tho Blood, and for al]
(.hereditary) diseases transmitted from parent to child
It is so universally admitted that Constitution Life
Syrup is the only effective means us restoration in the
various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reiterate
that it is emphatically the Great-Life-giving Power.
Indigestion, Weight at Stomach, Flatidence, Liver
Complaint. w «ut of Appetite, Bad Breath,
Struma, King’.- Evil, Glandular Swelling*, Erysipelas,
Ulceration, Salt Rheum.
This taiut (hereditary aud acquired), filling life with
untold misery, U, by all usual medical remedies, iu
[Arthritis], Lumbago, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Gout, Tic
If there i9 any disease in which the Constitution
Li.e isyi up is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and its
kiadivd attectious. ine most intense paius are almost
instautij alleviated—enormous swellineb are reduced.
Cases, chronic or vicarious, of twenty or forty years’
Hiaudiug, iiave been cared by us
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Purge 9 the system entirely from all the evil effects of
Mercury, removing the i»ad Breath, and curing the
Weak Joiuih and hh-umatic Pains width the use of
Calomel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums,
and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
Eradicates, root and brunch, ail Eruptive Diseases of
the Sain, like Ulcers, Piu.ples, Blotches, and all other
Difficulties of his kind, which so much disfigure tire
outward appearance of botu males aud females, often
miking them a disgustmg object to themselves and
FOR ALL FORMS OF ULCERATIVE
Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine, Forehead,
or Scalp, no remedy has ever proved iLs equal.
Moth Piilches upon the female face, depending upon
a uiseased action of the Liver, are very unpleasant to
the young wile and mother. A few bottles of Consti
tuiiou Liie Syrup will correct the aecretiou and remove
the deposit, which is directly under the skin.
Disease of the Liver, giving rise to Languor, Dizzi
ness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcerated or
oaucerous condition of that organ, accompanied with
burning ol* other unpleasant symptoms, will be re
lieved by the use of
CONS ITT UTION LIFE SYRUP.
Asa General Blood-Purifying Agent, the Life Syrup
stunds unrivalled by any preparation in the world.
THE RICH AND POOR
Are liable to the .ante diseases. Nature and science
have made the Constitution Life Syrup for the benefit
Produces healthy men anil women; and if the consti
tution ts neglected in youth, disease and early deaih is
the result. Do not delay when the means arc so near
at hand, and within the reach of all.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Is the poor man’s friend, and the rich man’s blessing.
WILLIAM 11. GREGG, if. D.,
Sole Proprietor, New York.
MORGAN A ALLEN,
Wholesale Lrnggists. Agents,
n22-3m 46 Glilf street, New York.
1 DA COILS Manilla Bale Rope
1 "v 600 hags Shot
5.) Smith's Bellows
400 kegs Nails
60 tons Plow Steel
100 tons Swedes and Refined Iron
1 ion Cast Steel, a-sated
150 dozen Axes
Soon pair Trace Chains
3 casks Sheet Zinc
IS Cotton Trucks
12 Corn t-hellera
160 doz Sin .vels and Spades, assorted brands
50 kegs Horse Shoes
50 kegs Male Shoes
200 dozen Curry Combs
25 dozen Horse Brushes. For sale by
n22-2w* WEED A CORNWELL.
Ham, Butter and Cheese.
SUPERIOR Hans, at 20 cents per lb.
Choice Batter, at 5J cents per lb.
The best Cheese, at 25 cents per lb.
At retail. Call on
M. J. DOYLE,
n22-2* No. 110 Bryan street.
10ft BALES North River Hay. Landing from
1 vv steamship Herman Livingston, and for sale,
from wharf, by
nS2-t JOHN R. WILDER.
~~ JOHN VANDERBILT,
NO. 2S FULTON STREET, NEW YORK,
OF every variety, embracing all the different pat
terns of Plows iu use in the Southern States, Corn-
Slteller*. Hay and Stalk Cut'ers, llorse-Powers and
Threshing Machines, Fan-Mills, Wheel-Barrows, Carts
and Wagons Cotton Gins. Gin Gear, Plow and other
Or tings, Shovels, Fork**, Iloes. Hakes and Harden and
Farm Tools ana implements of every variety.
The choicest Garden and Flower Seed 9 grown in this
country or Europe, including every desirable kind and
variety. The utmost care taken tn havj those only
which are choice and reliable. Also, Grass, Field and
Bird Seedaof every variety.
Bone Dust, Ani-aal M innrc (a preparation of animal
matter, blood and bone, a good snbstilnte f" Guano
anil cheapest manure in use: Phosphate of Lime,
Land Plaster, Guano, Ac.
PLANTS, TREES, &c.
Furnished from t fie most reliable Nurserlos and Grow
gy Orders reepectfnlly solicited.
Letters of Inquiry cheerfully responded to and price
lists furnished ou application. lawßw-n29
.) FIRKINS Prime Lird, ill .lore and for Ml* by
io WM. 11. STARK
u99.fi Corner Lincoln and Bay siranta.
LANDING TO-DAY FROM STEAMSHIP
For sale low, un aharf, by
WM. H. NTAHK.
-til V dti»r Unto!* *sd N*f streets.
20 CASES BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wkidl I offer on liberal term,.
G. If. Arledgo,
nIS-lw 72 Bay street.
CONSIGNEE* p>r JOS. W. WEBSTER, from New
York, will atiend lo the reception of their goods,
ending this day ut Exchange wharves nil
Warren’s Celebrated Needles and Fisii
ANTDRKW CLERK & CO..
48 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS.
OCR former coatnmera will find a redaction in gold
prices of the Needles, while the quality is always
kept up to the highest staudard known U> English
A. C. A Cos., respectfully solicit a renewal of the
mercantile relations so long and favorably esteemed
by their house. au2s-3m
To the Merchants of Savannah.
FTHB undersigned, Committee from Metropolitan Fire
-I- Cor. paiiy, will wait upon the Merchants and Bu>i
ness Men of the city This Day, to Solicit subscriptions
for the pUKfilase of a Steam Fire Engine.
They hope for a prompt and generous response from
their fellow citizens.
JNO. R. DILLON,
GEO. 11. JOHNSTON, Ja.,
WM. N. VALLEAU,
Bridgewater Paint and Color
BELL, WYLLY & CHRISTIAN, Agents.
Just received and for sale at the manufacturer’s
Kegs XX Brdgewater Lead
Kegs XX Snow White Zinc
Kegs Cygnet White Lead
Kegs Summerset White Lead
Premium White Lead
Mctalic Paint (in oil)
Mctalic Paint fdry)
Fire Proof Paint
Cottage Colors. lm oct£6
Cooper, Olcott & Farrelly.
Booksellers and Stationers,
THE undersigned have formed a Copartnership
under the name and style of Cooper, Olcotts aud
Fa. relly, for the transaction of a Wholesale and Re
tail Book and Stationery Business at the old stand of
John M Cooper* Go., uoith-wesl coiner of Whitaker
and St. Juiiun Streets,
JOHN 31. COOPER.
WILLIAM H. OLCOTT.
DANIEL G OLCOTT.
oct23 eodlm STEPHEN FARRELLY.
FORTY thonsand Oranges, very sweet
1000 Cocoa Nuts
Landing from brig Atlantic, and for sale by
Ul7 BEIL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN.
Singer Sewing Machines.
Principal Office for the State of Georgia,
116 BROUGHTON STREET,
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent.
A large assortment for sale at New York prices.
Bewing Machines of all kinds repaired at short
Stitching neatly done. nil
Notice to Mariners.
HILTON HEAD BEACON LIGHTS, S. E.
CHANNEL INTO PORT ROYAL, S. C.
A RANGE Beacon Light has been substituted for the
Fourth Order Lens Light, formerly shown at the
Front Beacon on Hilton Head Island, lighting the
South East Channel into Port Royal. These Beacons
will now show with equal brilliancy, and the Back
Beacon Light will appear over the Front Light when
they are in range.
F B. ELLISON, Capt.,
nlB-6 Light House Inspector.
OFFICE OF LIGHTHOUSE INSPECTOR I
Sixth District, Charleston S. C., >
November 13th, 1866. )
ALL persons connected with the Lighthouse Estab
lishment of the United States in the Sixth District,
or having business with the same, are notified that 1
have this day been relieved by Capt. F. B. Ellison, U.
S. N., Lighthouse Inspector of the Sixth Dbtrict.
CHAS O. BOUTELLE,
Assistant U- S. Coast Survey,
Late Lighthouse Inspector Sixth District.
The attention of Lighthouse Keepers, and all others
connected with the Sixth Lighthouse District, Is called
to the above not ce, and all reports will he made in
future to me, at my offica at the Custom House, in this
city. FRANCIS B. ELLISON,
Lighthouse Inspector Sixth District.
Architecture and Engineering.
MULLER A BRUYN, Architects and Engineers,
are now prepared to fhrnish Drawings, Specifica
tions and Estimates for buildings- Also for all kinds
of Machinery, such as Saw Mills aud other Mills, Facto
ries. Ac., and to superintend tho building of the same.
Surveying done iu all its branches, Levelling, &c.
Office in Sorrel’s Building, corner of Bull ana Buy sts,
M. P. MULLER,
Civil and Mechanical Engineer.
Da WITT BRIAN,
NOW LANDING AND FOR SALE.
Qfkil Boxes, X, X »nd caddies Tobacco, which we
teUV arc now offering 1. 1 prices lower than ii can
be bought form Northern cities.
MILLER, THOMAS A CO.,
nll-tf No. 205 Bay strecet. •
THE first class British bark THOMAS WHITNEY
J. c Kelly, master, being of small capacity, will have
quick dispatch. For freight, apply to
octlO BELL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL A RUQG, Piomirois
c. s. RinnrLU h. r. suoo.
Savannah, Oct. 27, 1865.
The Municipal authorities having appoint
ed Port Wardens for the Port of Savannah,
the Board assembled this day and elected
THOS. HOLCOMBE, Chairman, and
THOS. J. BULLOCH, Clerk.
Parties interested will make application to
the undersigned, at the Exchange.
THOS. J BULLOCH,
aw a y With spectacles .
OLD Bye* made New, without Spectacles, Doctor
or Medicine. Pamphlet mailed free on receipt
of ten cents Andreas E. B. Foote, M. D., *fo. 1130
Br«»wlway, New Vorfc. n9-2w
TAKES the liberty of informing the public generally
that he has just opened, and will always keep on
hand a full supply of
Fresh Family Groceries,
of all description* and of the be«t quality, which he
offers for sale ai r ououable rule*, corner Jones and
Barnard street*, at Ehrlich's old aland. nlb-lin
Lamps, chandeliers, Brackets, Harp Hangers, Fid*
Backs, Bld* Lamps, with sud withont Reflectors, Fan
cy Hall Lamps, Lantern* Bases, Pag* sud Founto-
I’stent Glass Ofinea, Burner*, Globe*, LtUmnlea and
Wick. DRUGGISTS' FLINT A GREEN GI.ABN, Crock
ery Dealers’and Oonfte i loners’GLASSWARE Good*
of *ll kinds m*d>' I* order. BKRUMKNB OIL
JAHRhT WRIgIIT, ~ ,
HI Greeuwkh Street, Two doors below Barclay, M. T
MARRIAGE and celibacy.
An hasay of Warning and In>trn*ti.*u for Young
men, just published l»y the Howard Association, mud
sent iu sealed letter envelopes free ol charge.
Address Dr. J. SKILLIN' HOUGHTON. Howard
Amodltkm, Philadelphia, Pa. octl2-3m
A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of MAIUUAOE
Containing nearly 800 pages, and 130 flue Plates
and Engravings of the Anatomy of the Human Or
gans in a »Ute of Health and Disease, with a Trea
tise on 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
truthful adviser to tlie married, and those contem
plating marriage, who entertain doubts of their phys
ical condition. Sent free of postage to any address,
on receipt of 26 cents, in stamps or postage currency,
by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No. 3i Maiden L ine,
Albany, N. Y.
The 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 part of the world.
We have learned not to be astonished at anything.
Years of experience and a 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 surpristd
at such fkets as the following—although the persons
who write them arc. We know the persous and cir
cumstances, hence feel at liberty to indorse their
“Nzw BkdKord, Mass., Nov. 24,18C3.
Dear Sir,—l have been ufflieted many years with
severe prostrating cramps in my limbs, cold feet and
hands, and a gener.il disordered system. Physicians
and medicines failed to relieve me. While visiting
some friends in New York who were using Plantation
Bitters, tliey prevailed u pan me to try them. 1 com
menced with a small wine-glassful alter dinner. Feel
ing better by degrees, in a few days I was astonished
to find tho coldness and cramps had entirely left uic,
and 1 could sleep the uight through, which 1 have not
done for years. I leel like another being. My appe
tite and strength have also greatly improved by the
use of the Plantation Bitters.
Respectfully, Judith Russrx.”
Rudsbuky, Wis.. Sept 16, 1363.
• • • I have been in the army hospitals for four
teen months—speechless and nearly dead. At Alton,
111., they gave me a buttle of Plantation Bitters. • •
Three bottles restored my speech and cured me. * *
C. A. Flaute."
The following is from the Manager of the Union
Ilome School lor tho Children of Volunteers:
*’liavxMKYkK Mansion. 6»ih St, )
New Yolk, August 2,1803. J
Dr. Drake:— Your wonder, ul Plantation Bitters
have been given to some of our little children su tuning
from weakness and weak lungs wiln most happy
effect. One little girl iu particular, with paius iu her
head, loss of appelite, and daily wasting consumption,
on whom all medical skill had been exhausted, has
been entirely restored. We commenced with but a
teaspooutul ol Bitters a day. Her appetite and
strength rapidly increased, ana she is now well.
Respect;ully, Mrs. O. M. Davoe."
* * I owe much to you, for I verily believe
the l’lantatiou Bitters have saved my life.
Rev. W. 11. Waggoneb,
Madrid, N. Y.
“• • • Thou wilt send me two bottles more of
thy Plantation Bitters. My wife has been greatly
benefited by their use.
Thy friend, * Asa Currin,
“• • • I have been a great sufferer from Dyspep
sia. and had to abandon preaching. • * The Plan
tation Bitters haw cured me.
Rev. J. S. Cathorn,
Rochester, N. V."
**• • • 1 have given the Plantation Bitters to
hundreds of our disabled soldiers with the most as
G. W. D. Andrews,
Superintendent Soldiers* Ilcrne, Cincinnati, O.”
“* * • The Plantation Bitters have cured me of
Liver Complaint, of which I was laid up prostrate,
and had to abannon my business.
11. U. King-let, Cleveland, Ohio."
“* * • The Plantation Bitters have cured me of
a derangement of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs
that has distressed me tor >eurs- It acts like a ebanu.
C. C. MOOKK, No. 264 Broadway.”
Ac.; Ac., Ac., «&c., Ac.
The Plantation Bitters make the weak strong, tho
languid brilliant, and are exhausted nature’s great re
storer. They are composed of the celebrated Cali say a
Bark, Wintergrcen, Sassafras, Roots, Herbs, Ac., all
preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix Rum.
S. T.—IBGO X.
Persons of sedentary habits, troubled with weak
ness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack of appe
tite, distress after eating, torpid liver, constipation,
&c., deserve to suffer if they will not try them.
They are recommended by the highest medical au
thorities, and are warranted to produce an immediate
beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable,
perfectly pure, and harmless.
Notice.—Any person pretending to sell Plantation
Bitters in bulk or by the gallon is a swindler and im*
postor. It is put up only in our log cabin bottle. Be
ware of bottles refilled with imitation deleterious stuff,
f>r which several persons are already in prison. See
that every bottle has our United States stamp over the
cork unmutilated, and our signature on steel-plate
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the habitable
P. H. DRAKC A CO.,
oct27-3m 202 Broadway.N. X.
S. T.— 1860 —X.
Drake’s Plantation Bitters*
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhoea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head iche.
They arethe best Bitiers in the world They make
the weak strong, ana arc exhausted natnre’s great re
storer. They are made of pure Bt. Croix Rum, the
celebrated Calisaya .Balk, roots and herbs, and are
taken with the pleasure of a beverage, withont regard
to age or time of day. Particularly recommended to
delicate persons requiring a gentle stimulant Sold by
all Grocers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. Only gen
uine when Cork is covered by our private U. 8. Stamp.
Beware of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H DRAKE A CO.,
oct2B-codly 21 Park Row, New York.
Agua de Magnolia.
A toilet delight I The ladles’ treasure ami gentle
men’s boon 1 The “sweetest thing” and largest quan
tity. Manufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia
Used for bathing the face and person, to render the
skin soft ana Iresh, to prevent eruptions, to pcifume
It overcomes the unpleasant odor of p.'rapinuioll.
It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac.
It cares uerrons headache and allays inflammation.
It cools, softens and ailds delicacy to the skin.
It yieldsasubduedand lasting perfume
It cures moaqneto bites and stings of insect*
It contains no material injnrions to the skin.
Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. It is
what every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try
the Magnolia Water once and you will use no other
Cologue, Perfumery, or Toilet Water afterwards.
DAMAS BARM S A CO.,
*ct27-eodly Props. Exclusive Agents, N. Y.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH I
SCRATCH! SCRATCH!! SCRATCH!!!
Wlioaton'M Oint moiit.
Will 111 l TNI (TIN IN FMTV-IIINT HHNI.
Also rare* Malt Rheum, UUsn, CblibUtet, and *ll
Krupllon* us ths Hiriu. Price 50 Mots Fur Hi* by
fill Druggist* By aendliifi de -onto to Weeks A Potter.
Mute A gem*, ITO Washington street. Boston. Mass . U
will Im Unwanted by nwU. Mao us pnaffig* to oay
part us Ut* United Mate*.
Savannah T heat re 7
WKDIL4DAV KVEMXC. SOV. ■«.
L..M Nigh: bat twouf
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cri, p ,
, T.icjH.pu ■('Ur.iaaor
OR. THE EARL S DAUGHTER *
Lady LtabeL I
Mad. Vine, t ■W. H. CrDn
Archibald Carlyle, K-*q. j( r yy ||
To conclude with the
Christopher Strop MrJ. T. Riymuti.l
ST. ANDREW’S TTaLIT
TWO HOURS LI HUIVD,
Weteiay, May & Friday Ei'niiis
November 5J3d, 23d aud !4th, 1803
F.ret appearance In Savannah ainee their rotnrr, r.
»( -ur year,- tour of Great Brit ,i„. , ls theZ/™" 1
tingnishert and worhl-renowucd artist^
Mr. and Mrs.
Also, first appearance of the accomplished Youmr
EugLsh Pianist, s
MISS CARLOTTA SHAW,
From the Nobililiee Concerts, London: Drououn. ixt
tho : est of living Lady Pianlatß. F
This strand combination of Musical aud Dramatic
talent appear highly popclir.
NOVEL, COMICAL k MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.
Two Hours in Fun-Land,
Lately presented in New York. PhiladelphiH, Balti
more. \\ ashingtou aud Augusta with a success un
pai olleb and in the
World of Amusement.
Attracting large nnd brilliant assemblages of the clit®
o society, who testified their apprsci >tiuu of the
Wonderful Beudillun of Eccentric Char
Exhibited by the above artists, In outbursts of hearty
laughter and h\ p’ausc.
"I un-land" is replete with b ilium* Musi*, Sarcism,
Witaud Song, port ray iug, with singular fllelity, Life’s
Com c Features, lilts at the Time*, Rules on the Ito
mautie, Dashes at the Dil.etauti, etc.
Tickets, sl. For sale at the Music Store of J. C.
Sebreiuei. and at the Hotel*, u2O
FOR E. H. 5.—36 bids Flour
20 half bids Flour
# bbls Crackers •
6 bbls Apples
& bbls Eggs
G A W—loo tubs Lard.
If not called for trill be sold for freight and expenses.
oct-23 brigham, Baldwin a co.
ABTORE, on Boy street, or portion of a large store
dividt»d off. with au office overhead. Address
*• Men bant.” ILtmlil office, ptg-tf
1 ~ .’4
A good Beer Brewer
CAN OBTAIN PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT,
With Good Wages,
By addressing -‘J. F.," care of 8. W. Mason A Cs>„
Herald office. Iw-nl7
t£G A A MONTH! .Agents wanted wanted for sis
tp.rxf entirely neu> articles, just oof. Address O. T.
GAKEY, City Building, Biddefnrd, Maine,
A GENTLE MAN of strict business habits, and 16
years’ experience, desires a position as Salesman
or Bookkeeper in some Commission House in this city,
where the services of a valuable man would be ap
preciated. Address, for teu days, Bookkeeper, Herald
Office, Savannah, Ga. tf-nls
A DAY! Agents wanted to .ell anew and
V-t* wonderful SEWING MACHINE, (he only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW & CLAKK. Bid
deford, Maine. sepl4,dA\v3iu
FOlt SALE & TO HEAT.
-A. Number One
Phelan’s Billiard Table
Enquire at Herald office.
1121-1 w W. O'M.
THAT well-known, desirably located, and highly
popular establishment, situated on Bull street,
1 tetween South Broad and Hull streets, occupying
four entire lots of 60 by pu feet each, and the lane be
tween them, and containing about forty rooms, is
now offered fur rent
The party renting this property will be required to
make the necesshrv repairs and give satisfactory se
curity for the punctual payment oi lent.
JOHN M. COOPER
novT—tf Pres't Union Society.
I OFFER for Rent next year, 186", my Rice Place, in
Camden county, Ga., on the Great Satilla lfiver,
known as the “Vernon Plantation,*’ containing 420
acres of first quality Rice Land, and about 100 acres
of high land, all in perleclorder. Said Plantation hits
been cultivated during the war. and therefore requires
no extra work to prepare it for a crop the ensuing
All the negroes formerly belonging to me are still on
the place and anxious to remain, bo there would be
no diffleuity in procuring laborers. On the place i* a
comfortable dwelling house, together with all the
uecersary buildings for the accommodation of labor
ers and storing be crop.
Seed for the coming year, including Bice, Corn Peas,
Sue »r Cane, sorghum, Cotton, Ac., can be obtained’
on the place. For further particulars address the sub
scriber at Wayueaviile, Wayne county, (la.
ocUW-lm JAB. F. KINO.
Store to Let,
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
Ths ltifht and commodious Store, corner Merchants’
Row and Palmetto Avrnna, to less* for a limited tints.
Terms easy. Address
W. 8. SAMPSON, Jr. Agent,
Ottlfi ts Lock Box RJliltonJ!®!-*
" ROOMS TO LET,
AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.
lb* “Palmetto Herald Building.” lutein* been M«l»
fitted tip. now off., large sud siry R«<*** »»ltobl* **
Mseping ApsrtnteuU or Buslnss# pnrposns. Furtorm*
* Mnm W. N fiAMFBGM. Jr.. Agsfil.
will u L,k bol K, Hltto. Itead. 8, O.