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Savannah daily herald. (Savannah, Ga.) 1865-1866, November 22, 1865, Image 4

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The Saunnah Dally Herald. WKURBIO4V NUVKHBIH '« HM Burying Th« Oend. [The fr.llowing.daTfl the Macon Telegraph, has been brought to <>ur atlention by an es teemed frand, a Contederato officer, who bears upon his person honorable marks of his devotion to the cause of the Confeder acy, during the terrible four year* which have just closed. No true soldier, of either of the late contending armies will refuse to respond to the sentiment that now is the propitious time to “bury all unkindness and strife." It the people of both sections second the wishes ot their gallant sons, a peace that Can never be disturbed will soon be firmly established. J [From the Sew York Evening Post ] Com». bovs. let os bury our-lead together, Let ns bury our dead together : Th" ntitle-field's dear ami the battles areover, And It’s beautiful sunshiny weather. Together they lie, like brothers asleep ; Together, like brothers asleep i You can hardly distinguish the blue from the grey, In this bloody, immoveable heap. Look ! here isa “Yankee” and here 1« a "Refr” With their hands clasped closed In each other’s! The' asfoeinau they fought, it is certain in death They thought of each other as brothers. And here is a -Yankee” and here is a “Reb,” And between them a can of stale water. As if one had been giving the other a drink, In the midst of t ie terrible slaughter l Ah ! war is a wonderful leveler, boys, No matter who’s who, death outflanked him. And now, you poor fellow with head in the ditch Is as good as the man that outranked min. And war isa wonderful thing, any way, And a curions method of righting, A wrong—to make peaceable fellows Ike ns Settle questions of State by hard fighting. But that’s the wav all the world over, my boys ; Yes, that’s the way all the world over; So let us be latnbs— now the wolf is well gorged And go buck to the fields and clover. Ah nevermind, now, if you fought right or wrong ; Thank tied we are once more together. One country between us, and one flag above, Floating free in the sunshiny weather ! So. boys, let us bury our dead together, Let US bury our dead together ; And with them we’ll bury unkindness and strife, And be friends now, In tills sunshiny weather. A Waif. —The following General invita tion from a Confederate couniry maiden to a friend in the city, was penned before the Confederacy “went up.’’ Come leave the noisy Longstreet And come to the Fields with me; Trip over the heath with flying feet And strike along the Lee. There Ewell And the flowers that be Alone the stonewell still, And pluck the buds of flowering pea That grow on A. P. Hill. Across the Rodges the Forest boughs A stately Archway form. Where sadly pipes that Early bird That never caught the worm. Come hasten ! for the Bee is gone, Aud Wheat lies on the plains ; Come braid a Garland ’ere the leaves Fall 10 tile "Blasting *Ratns.” ♦Rains will be recollected as a partner of McDan iel in the torpedo buslnesa Richmond Times. Shcgar Cane at the “Shoulder. ” —We met yesterday on our streets, just as the suit glanced out, (after many days of gloomy weather) a bright faced “oolored citizen, with along sugar cane—sweetness long drawn out. The darkie carried it a k militaire “at the shoulder” and marched along the pave meut with a good nature and a good burner, which was as refreshing as the luscious juice of the cane he bore. Tiie truth is, he was satisfied with himself, because he was obey ing the orders of Gen. Tillsou to the letter.” These, reduced to military parlance, are: 1. Shoulder—Sugar Cane ! 2. Present Cotton I 3. Tobacco—Porte! 4. Carry—Bice ! Forward—march! This is the whole story. Let the negro do this and do it faithfully, and he need not fear for the luture. His old Southern master will become as of old, his sworn friend and defender. He will have all the appoint ments of civilization at his coinmaud ; a handsome, pleasant' cot; an easy task ; a pleasant book to read, when task is done, a full right to possess what he earns, as in fact he had before, to a greater degree even when a slave, than any European laborer; a right to transmit his property to his heirs, without restraint; a freedom to live where he pleases; a family circle clustered rouud him ; a calm, happy life, which, if he puts not away the “white man's religion" for the Congo Fotish. will lead him quietly and gently along the path of industry and duty to the land “where the good niggets go.” We think we perceive a change—a marked change, tor the better amougst these people. They are civil, po lite, kindly. This is all in the right direction. It is what their own true interest aud hap piness suggests; the weltare of their chil dren demand it, and the good of the com munity, the State and the whole country, alike, demand it. Add but industry, and the Southern white and the Southern black may shake bands and go to work. Do this and we are all sate, and the future smiling. Do otherwise, and it is all otherwise.— Augusta Transcript They kill pigs by steam in Chicago. A great iron claw, with five fingers, hooks out the pigs which are quarreling in the peu be low, and lifts tbe porkers to a gibbet near by, and then plunges them into scaldiug water. By this machine fifty porcines are killed, scalded, cleaned, split and hung in rows ready lor salting within an hour. IVES, IVES. There was a lad the other day Tha* looked heart-broken with dismay Whose pocket-book scarce reached a score When he stepped into this giant's store. He'd scarce got out upon the street When a handsome carriage he did meet, From which a lady made egress, This man of fashion to address. Says she, “Young man, your form looks gay,” W hile he looked on. no word to sav ; “If youH be mine, the cash I’ve got 111 give to you right on this spot.” , A man of taste, she always said. Would be her choice if e’er she’d wed. Take this good hint for number one, And see IVES, between sun and sun. A large and choice Stock of fresh imported Lon don and Paris Ties and Cravats, Canton Flannel, Shaker Flannel, Shetland Flannel, Merino and Knit cottou Under Shirts and Drawers, French. English and American Hoiserv, Heavy and Dress Boots, Kid, fsilk Lisle,and Woolen Gloves, Coats, Panto aud Vests, always to be found at IVES 5 , next door to Pulaski House on BuU st. novls-sw*3 Snuff, Snuff. JUST received, invoice Scotch and Macabov Snuff and for sale by J M. J. SOLOMONS A CO., Pll-tf Joaeg* buildings, Buy street. Swill-Western Railroad. MACON. GA . V November 17th. I ds.} NOTICE TO BOND HOLDERS OF THIS COMPANY. PERSONS holding bond* of this Company piu>t due will present the same at my ofilce lor payment . JNO T. BOIFKIII.LKT, H21.1W * , * Treasurer. NOTICE. bAVANNAH, Nov. ldb, I<W. During my aheence from the city or Slate Mr, C, 11. Duller le my duly author teed agent “H C. W. TIJOMPSON, The 1n I rod net or.v Led lire Inetnrtioii el the Severn » bah Medical College will be tbp,,,,* WMe.M*r,«M Let., |<| s i ala eh M . iiit< n n,! 'M WIMP wv mtiM io ait».»i i"S ItMrir wUlita lor iln ir piumpt rc I thee A NOBLE PURPOSE AND * A Glorious Result H. There are as many roads to fame and fortune as there were gateway*4o ancient Thebes. Your am bitious warrior is for carrying Ms way with the sabre; your aspiring politician for scheming his way by intrigue and consummate art. But there is one grand broad path to the goal, along which nothing base can travel. It Is the path set apart for the march of talent, energy, and noble purpose and though fullof obstacles, it contains none that a brave man cannot surmount. This fact has been exemplified in innumerable instances, bat in few more forcibly ban in the rise arid pfogr(*3 of DR. HOOKI-AND’S GERMAN BITTERS. For over fifteen years itseonrse has been onward and upward, scattering blessings at sverr step, until it now stands on tbs topmost rounds ofthel.tdderoffame,as tbs GREAT TONIC. O Hoofland’s German Bttters Is a positive remedy for DYSPE PSIA, AND Diseases Resulting from DISORDER OF THE LIVER «"i DIGESTIVE ORGANS, And is the only certain and safe RESTORER OE STRENGTH IN CASES OF DEBILITY. o By the use of this Bitters Weakened and Debilitated Frames He roine Renewed witli all 111® Vigor of Health. paired constitutions are rebuilt, and the patient in a short time regains Vigor, Health and Strength. F OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS, ~ Resulting from Disorders ofthe Digestive Organs 1 Constipatiou, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nansen, Heart burn. Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the stomach, Sour E uctations. Sink, ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breath ing, Fluttering ut the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation whan In a Lying Pos ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Wsbs before me .-Jglit, Fever and Dull Pain ia the Head, Defi ciency of l'erspl. ation. Yellowness of the Skin anil Eyes. Pain in the Stile, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burn ing in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of F.vll, and great Depression of Splriti Remember . That these Bittets contain no Rum or Whiskey. And can’t make Drunkards. Is not a Bar Room Drink. But a Highly Concentrated Vegetable Extract, Free from Alcoholic Stimulant or Iniurious Drags. It cannot Insidiously introduce the vice of Drunk enness into the bosom of your families—to your wife, your children, or yhur friends. L SOtiDXEIIS Or others, whose systems have become Impaired by hardships or disease, wld find in this Bitter 9 * tome that will restore them to all their full vigor. A These Bttters have periormed more cures! Given Better Sntisfaction I Have more Testimony l Have mere respectable people to vouch for them l Than any other article in the Market. We defy any one to contradict this aasertioi - AND WILL PAY SI,OOO To any one that will produce a Certificate published by us that is not GENUINE. ® N READ WHO SAYS SO. ;FROM THE HON. THOMAS B. FLORENCE. Washington. January 1,1M4. Gentlemen Having stated it verbally to you, I have no hesitation in writing the fact, that I experi enced marked bonedt from your Hoofland's German Bitters. During a long and tedioat session, of Con gress, pressing and onerous duties nearly prostrated me. A kind friend suggested the use of the prepara tion I have named. I took bis advice, and tiie result was improvement of health, renewed energy, and thut particular relief I so much needed and obtainei. Others may be aimilarly advantaged, if they desire to be. Truly your friend, THOMAS B. FLORENCE. D From Rev. W. D. Seigtriod, Pastor of Twelfth Baptist Church. Philadelphia, December 26, ISO3, Mls-ks. Jones A Evans, Gentlemen 1 have recently been laboring under the distressing effreto of indigestion, accompanied bv a prostration of the neivons system Numerous rem edies were recommended by friends and some of them tested, but without relief. Your Hoofllund's German Billets were recommended by person, who hail tried ihem. end whose favorable mention of the Hitters in duced me also to try them. I must confess that I had an aversion to patent medicines, from the “thousand and one" quack “Bitters." w hose only aim seems to oe to palm off sweetened and drugged liquor upon the community, in a sly way ; and the tendency of whit li, I fear. Is In make many and confirmed drunkard Upon learning that yours was really a medicinal preparation I took it with happy effect. Its action was not only upon the dtomuch, but upon the ner vous system was prompt and gratifying. I feel feet j have derived meat and pertuuiient Umotlt from the use ol a few bottled. Verv respectfully yours, W G Ml IGFKKID, No. 2*4 Nhsckumaxon street. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. See that the signatdra of • C. M. JACKSON” la on thd Wrapper of each bottle. PRINCIPAL OFFICE A MANUFACTORY No. 631 ARCH STREET, JONES A EVANS, tfUOUUaOR* TOC M JACKSON 4to unCr WUriatpjsirirrito ULll maim au 1 <d#f e IWI 04*0011 AND CLOTHINU. 11 you Win it A JVice Business Suit CALL AT lIEIDT A. LUDLOW, Gri bbon’is Range. uovto-10 TO THE CITY AND COUNTRY MER CHANTS. W. H. TULLER & CO,, No. 70 Bt, Jullan h( reet, ARE receiving by every steamer, from their bouse In New York, the following Goods: Shoos, Shirts. lla’B. Notions, Hosiery, and so on, which they will sell by the Lot*, at a snail .advance on New York cost Gentlemen call and examine our stock, and you will find our terms reasonable. J list Received. A small lot of Hosiery and Hoop-Skirts. Also, a small lot ofsatinetts. W. H. TULLER A CO., n2l-lw No. 70 St. Julian street. CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. TIIF subscriber having formed a Co-partnership with Mr. J. C. Ludlow, under the firm name of Heldt A Ludlow, respectfully calls the attention of his friends and the public generallyto their large stock «»f Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats, which they are now opening, and will sell at Wholesale and Retail, at 71 St. Julien and 152 Con gres streets, Gibbon's Range. oct£-3m E. HEIDT. SHAWLS, SHAWLS. TUST opened a large assortment of Zephyr Worsted fi Shawls, Suiitags. Cloaks and Hoods, Children* Laps, Boot* and Gaiters. A Iso. Irish Linens. Table Damask, Linen Towels, Table Napkins and Doyles, an" a variety of Fancy Ar ticles too numerous to mention. All of which we offer at vervlow prices. EINSTEIN A ECKMAN, n!3-tf 161 Congress Street SHIRTING. JUST received, 2 cases English Bleached Shirting. Will be sold low, to close consignment, bv M. J. 80L0M0N8 A CO., nl7-tf Jones' Block. Bay street. FINE CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING. P DON ELAN. Merchant Tailor, has just received a • largo invoice of New and Elegant Styles of FRENCH CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, selected with care in the New York Market in accordance with the latent fashions ofthe day. Young gentlemen desiring a Nobby Suit, nmtUAip from Stylish Goods, cannot be better suited in Savannah. Mr, Douelun has facilities for getting up (Jarments in the hoßt, style, unequH...d by any other establishment in the city, having secured he best w orkmen, and enlarged his store, in order that bis work may oe done entirely under Ids own t»up< r vision. PETEK DON ELAN, Merchant Tailor. Bull street, nl3 Next door to the p4*st t fliee. Wholesale Boots and Shoes ! Fellner and Poliak, 157 Broughton Street, Savannah, tin., ARE enabled, through their permanent House in Boston, to fnrnish Jobbers and Denier* in this city as well as those in the country, with more ad vantages nnd conveniences In the Boot nnd Shoe Trade, than any house in said line. novl-6m JOHN A. STALEY, Justice of the Peace, NOTARY PUBLIC., &c. ANNOUNCES to his old friends snd Ihecltisensof Savannah that lie has returned to the city, and may be found, for the present, at the Court House, at Judge Fleming's old office. MWS3-U2O Liverpool Salt. A CARGO of SALT, 10 sacks to the ton, just arrived per British bark Croesco from Liverpo 1, for sale BRIGHAM, BALLWIN & CO TO GARDENERS. Onion Sets. JUST received, five bbls Choice White Onion Sets. Will be sold low, to close consignment, by M. J. SOLOMONS <£• CO., nIT-tf Jones'Buildings, Bay street. ToWlarlsT FIFTY doaen Cotton Cards, Witemore A. No. 10, In store ami fqr sale by M. J. SOLOMONS A CO.. nIT Jones' Buildings, Bay st. CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE THE undersigned have formed a Cos partnership under the name and style of Scranton, Smith A Co.y for the transaction of a Wholesale Grocery and Commission business in this city, at the head of Bay street, opposite Jefferson. D. T. SCRANTON, Formerly Scranton A Johnston. WM H. SMITH, Formerly Rabun A Smith. J. L. LARGE. Savannah, Nov. 14th, 1865. Im-nis Liverpool Salt, FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT .PURCHASERS, Apply to Fordyce, Anderson & Janney, nIT 13 Stoddard's Range, up stair,. GREAT DIRT EXTRACTOR JAMES PYLE’S S O°A P . A SUCCESSFUL IMPROVEMENT FOR SAVING LABOR AND EXPENSE IN WASHING. Warranted not to Injure the Finest Fabric. BV the n.e of IhtiSoep. houeekerper. can neve he's the money ueuelly expended for Soap, Sul Soda, lie., ne one pound will go a, far ee three pi mode of the common yellow Sot lie. end do the work In half the time. There le Do Soap in uae that will Meei li cot ton, end Itucna to purely white ee Ihle. mud noun ere ao guuerully uaeful to ell claeaeu. Three gnlt.ua of good Suit Soup ceil be made from oue pauml of ihe OK HOAI'. vlilch le the cheapen materiel that can I* unci for Weahlug dlehi-a. ml k paue eeruhblug loora, paint-work, waaliluf window,, Km Kteamhoetn, I'ainlere, Printer*, Merliinleie. Burißaheia. Dyeu, end Manufacturer*' ike OK SUAP ItM* imi rival. Those who doubt the truth ol the above elati-WMte, heed only to try It end judge from the results The thuitaeiiileof houM’goc|Moe who are uelug Pyle 1 * 0V It may be u.cit in (h, eeiee wey at eey other Heap, hut the boat favorable reeulla are uruduu.il be follow Ilia the dlieclioueob eeeb hot. uaaHveu |tf*yildle| i.ewio.o, ~.. ». .... . ofiiiiMrawM/ m'-i>k i el F. M. MYRELL, STEAMBOAT ACJEIVT, GENKKAIj COMMISSION AND FOR WARDING MKltt RANT, BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. Harrl.' Buildings, 2d door west of A. Low A Co.'s. Refers to Messrs. Hunter A Gammell, Crane, John son A Graybll!; Bell. Wyltv A Christian ; Bothwell A Whitehead: Miller, Thomas A Cos.: M. A. Cohen, Esq. sep2lML TOBIAS HEDRICKS & C 0., Comni i«Hion Merchants, Now York. OCTAVUS COHEN will make liberal advances on any consignments made to the above house. oct2C lm Wm. H. Tison. Wm. W. Gordon Tison & Gordon. COTTOIV FACTORS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 96 BAY STREET, Savannah, ------- Georgia., Special attention will be given to the sale of Lumber, Rosin, Turpentine, oct24-3m _ U. M. SORREL. A. O. BOBBED SORREL BROTHERS, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, References: Mesnrs. H. K. Coming, Son k Cos., N. Y.; Messrs. Peter V. King A Cos.. N. Y.; Messrs. Fish er, Brothers A Cos., Baltimore.; Messrs. S. A W. Welsh, Philadelphia; National Bunk, Savannah, Ga.; Francis Sorrel, Esq, Savannah. Ga ;Chas. Green,Esq.,Savan nah, Ga.; T. R. Bloom, Esq., Macon, Ga. oct-17 2m* D. H. BALDWIN & C 0„ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 178 Pearl Street, New York. D. H. Baldwin,) N York J.F Cummings, J wew *° ' 11. BKIOIIAM, i On.nnn.h oct4-3m C. M 11Q1.6T, f bavannan. A. S. Ilartridge, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT, 92 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. oct1«-tf JOHN B. OUIEU. JOHN A. GUIEU, JOHN B. GUIEU & SON, Ooitim istsion Merchants, Will attend to a General Agency Business. Personal attention will be given to the Receiving and Forwarding and to the Sales and Purchase of Cotton and all Produce. iwr References to the principal Merchants of Au gusta and Savannah. Auousta. Ga., Oct. 1. 1965. lm oct27 JAMES B. CAHILL, GKNEKAL COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER IN Groceries,Provisions,Wines and Liquers, 171 BROAD SXRKKT, - AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. HOLDERS ofMerchandize wishing to realise imme diately will consult their interests by consigning the same. Btrict attention will \>e given to all business en trusted to them, and prompt returns made at the most reasonable rates. Bep4-3m Henry L. Jewett. James I. Snider. Jewett At Snider, WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GENERAL AGENTS, Second Street, Macon, Georgia, (Between Cherry nnd Poplar.j Prompt personal attention giveu to all consign ments of cotton, produce, manuiactures and other articles of merchandise. Orders and consignments solicited from all parts of the couuiry. Best attention given to orders lor purchasing cot: on. Agent 9 for several first class Insurance Companies. i,9-tf C. H. BENEDICT & CO., No. 80 Broud Street, New York, Pi od nee and Flour Commission IVlerchants, Dealers in Provisions, Butter, Cheese, &c. Special attention to Southern Orders Consignments on General MerchandUe solicited, octll am TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER SOUTHERN PRODUCE. FENNER, BENNETT * BOWMAN, Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 40 Vkskt Struct, ~kw York. And Memphis, Tenn. Tqomas Fknnet, Hknrv Blumett, D. W. Bowman. jyC bin CHAS. L. COLBY & CO., Shipping Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS. JOKES BLOCK, CORNER BAY AND ABEROORN STREET SAVANNAU, GA. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES .Made on Consignments o the Arm of Chab. L. Colby, of New York, or to our friends in Boston. MAUDE <fe WRIGHT, Agents at Augusta,* Ga. BKKEREN OKS; Messrs. Dabney, Morgan A Cos., New York. Jarive Slade, Esq., New York. Hon. J Wiley Ediuauds, Boston. Gardner Colby, Ksq., Bostou. sep 18—tt Woodward, Baldwin & Cos., 110 Duane Street, New York, U and 11 Hanover St., Baltimore. DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings, Oanaburgs and Y aims. Jylß JOHN s. SfIUS & 10-7 Forwarding and Commission ■» SIKUCIIANTH. WHOLESALE AND DETAIL IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac., NOS. 1 AND 2 SAM MIS’ BLOCK, Hay Street, .Jacksonville, Florida. no. b. oaumih. ri>. o. ham ms. ones. n. matiikk «■# If ” J. SHAFFER, OorriDi immlon Sealer '. ’u nil kimla of FORBIUNANI) I> MKSTIC FHI!ITS eMnPUODIK.II, Wiwt Wahuinoton Mahkkt, Oppoeite 148 Went at., Bulkhead between Barclay end Veaey ate., -NEW YORK. P.itetoee, Apple* end Onion, conetently on bend, end pul up for the Southern market All consignments promptly etlunkcd to. tw~ I tel, re Ui A. L. Bradley, A. Maywood, T. J. Weieh. ana J. M I'amoo*. lyiu endlv s. M. GOLDING, Wboleeele a lei Ketell Dealer In um. m itixm, imx m 4*l# UssUcars'i KuraUbluK Hook, NO IA» CoNOItKHS MTKKFI', ■e*at***eh, U» J U. ■ >i."»«»d*ujWfW. i.!* COMMISSION MKKt-IIANT*. J so i h irk uN COTTON WAREHOUSE, CORNER OF 1 BAY AND LINCOLN STS., SAVANNAH, GA. O’FALLON &CO., FACTORS, Forwarding & Commission MERCHANTS, RESPECTFULLY invite attention to our facilities for the purchase or movement of Southern Products, and will give prompt attention to hII ousi ness entrunted to our care. Intending to establish perm mently a House in Savannah expect by strict business principle* to merit and receive a portion of the Trade. Having a commodious Warehouse for Cotton, we are prepared to buy, or receive on consignment to our friends in New York or Europe, and will make ad vances on same; picking, re-baling or mending all Cotton before shipping, thereby saving the enormous expeuse incurred in Northern cities by this process.— They solicit a portion of the business of the people of Georgia and of adjoining States. OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS, UT Post Office Address, Lock Box 25. oct7-3m 4. T. CUNNINGHAM. D. G. PURSE. R. J. LABOOMBE. CUNNINGHAM, PURSE & CO FACTORS, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 4 Stoddard's Lower Stores, Bay street, Savannah. Ga. References—Robt. Habersham & Fons, Hunter & Gammell, Octavus Cohen, Brigham, Baldwin A Cos., Krwin A Hardee, Claghom A Cunningham. sep4-3m SOUTHERN AND WESTERN Xj AN 30. Collection and Commission Agency, handle Southern land and property of all descriptions. PurtifcS wishing to tell are invited to forward lists.— Numerous applications now on fllo from parties wish ing to purchase. Make collections on all parts of tho country. Pay especial attention to the sale aud disposal of Southern products, and muke advances on direct consignments. MATTHEW H BRIDGE, Manager, No. 9 Broad st., New York. RKFERKNOFB BY PERMISSION: Hon. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Kx-Governor of Alabama. P. Harmony, Nephews & Cos., Bunkers, 38 Broadway. Messrs. H. B. Cl-fin A Cos , Importers, Now York. A. W. Grteiileaf, Esq., Banker, N. Y. n9-3m Alfred R. Bf.nnktt,) k « .-t Ciias. H. Bennett, J as. C. Van Pelt, f * ew 1 orK Raleigh, N. 0. Bennett, Van Pelt & Cos., COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR THE SALK OF COTTON TOBACCO, NAVAL STORES, ETC., ALSO, FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF STATE AND OTHER STOCKS, 23 'Whitehall St., New York. We have associated with us Mr. D. W. Curtis, late Public Treasurer for North Curoiina. n9-Gm JO H N LTV ILL A LONG A, COTTOIV FACTOR, FOKWARDISU AM* COMMISSION MER CHANT. No. 94 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, GA. octlfl 6m fi. Growdy, COMMISSION MERCHANT, 196 BAY STREET, ANDERSON'S WHARF, SAVANNAH, GA. oct2-3m SCRANTON. SMITH & CO., Grocers and Commission Merchants, WOULD be happy to see the former patrons and friends, and the public generally, at their store attneheadof Bay street, opposite Jeficrson, where they will be at all times happy to serve them. Uls-liu BRYAN, HARTRIDGE & CO.. Bryan Street, next to Mfrouantb* and Planters' Bank Building, Broker and Commission Agents FOR SALE AND PURCHASE OP STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c., And for Forwarding Cotton. nov2 3mo Fordyce, Anderson & Janney, Brokers and General Commission merchants, NO. 10 STODDARD’S RANGE, Savannah., Ga. Dealers in Specie, Southern Bank Notes, Bonds and Stocks, Exchange on the Northern cities, Augusta and Charleston, bought and sold Liberal advances made on consignments to our correspondents at the North. Refer to Third National Bank, Messrs, beebe, KeeCh A Cos., Messrs. Merchant & Carman, Messrs Hall & Rnckeil, New York; Messrs. Carman, Merchant A Sliaw, Philadelphia; Messrs. Wm. Lamping A Cos., Messrs. G. H. Reese A Bros., Baltimore; Messrs. R. Habersham & Sons, Messrs. Hunter A Gammell, Mr. Geo. W. Anderson, Mr. G. B. Lamar, Savannah. BOvS-lm GEO. D. FOWLS. WM. E. HOT. HUGH RICE FOWLE & CO., FORMERLY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA., Commission Merchants. Importers of Railroad Iron and Dealers in Railroad Supplies. Office, 70 Broadway, NEW YORK. 00t25 Cm G. B. & G. W. LAMAR, General Commission Merchants. Forwarding and Shipping Agents, NO. BAYrTHEEi, (upstairs.) Refer to Geo. W\ Anderson, Jno C. FetrelandG. B Lamar, Savannah ; W. E Jackson. Josiah Sibley A Sons. J. B. AJ. W. Walker, Augusta. Consignments solicited. Gm-nov2 W. J. BLAIR. A. J. SMITH. W. W. KEEK. BLAIR, SMITH & CO., No. 298 Street, AUGUSTA, GA., General Commission Merchants, Ami Agents for the Sale of >lu inilti of iuroil Tolmcoo. Will Purcheae end Hell, on Commlealon, Cotton. Cotton Ooode, Wlui a, Liquoie Produce anil Murchen dlee of every description. Consignments aollclted. 2m hU Mae MeearueM, u u wawmm, JOHN MERRYMAN & CO., Farmar*’ and Plantar*’ Agancy FIK lb* eele us tlueno K.rillleere, Live Work, Its pleiioui* end Me> hlin ry, dead*, *c. •IT W. Fuyklle Hlrem, HAJ.TIMOKK. M*fcr Ut Jubw H. on Huge I‘reetdMit ih«e|» ake Dank , llbee Oieafwlu. OeeM.r F.aukflN Bai.k, ItalU iiwire, K 0, wade * i'«, enj f MTSehu, MevehMii, iUda WJ K Imve Ihle day ewnaeied With u. Mi II J vY I.AInOMIiK wnh ilp. dim tuw I'Miioingbeu., Itir*'" niMNiNDNkB. prHki a Til COSHIMItn HMCHAKTft. LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO., 14 1 l< road wa yi New York, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AgeHlt Atlantic Coa«t Mail Steam ship Company. Advances made on Consignments by JNO. R. WILDER, oct2s 2m Savannah. J. F. PATERSON. J. S. TU< KKR. PATERSON & TUCKER, fFormerly J. T Paterson & Cos. of Augusta, Ga.J General Commission, Forward ing and Shipping Merchants, No. 9 Stocidurtl's Lower Range, OPPOSITE MARINER'S CHURCH, BAY STREET, Savannali, G-a. HAVE made arrangements for Shipping Cotton, Tim ing Rice, Ac., to first class houses in Europe und New York Will make liberal advances on all consignments. Also, will buy and sell Timber or Lumber on Commis sion. Wo have facilWes for obtaining Charters for Vessels at moderate rates. Personal attention will be given to the receiving, forwarding and to the sales of all merchandize entrust ed to our care. We have a commodious warehouse for storage. References—Downing A Cos., London : Gibbs. Bright & Cos., Liverpool; Bradford A Renick, New York; J. K. Bayley&Co., Philadelphia; James Oakes. Boston; E. Lafitte, Charleston, 8. C.; R. H. May, Au gu?taGa.; Geo. R. Crump & Cos., Augusta, Ga.; Hal sey, Watson & co.. Savannah, Ga.; D. B. Thomson, Columbus Ga.; James Gunn A Son, Richmond, Va.; Clayton, Adair <fc Purse. Atlanta. Ga. nov3 MACKY. BEATTIE & GO. SHIPPING AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 203 and 205 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, Gn. OFFKR for sale to Wholesale Merchants upwards of four hundred (400) barrels of W T hisk«*y, western distillation, of various brands and qualities, together with a large amount of Irish and Scotch Malt whis kies. Brandy. Wines, and Gins, at Philadelphia or New York prices, expenses added, or wo shall fill all orders in tiie above named cities, at tin lowest market prices, delivered on board any boats of the regular lines. In connection with the above, we should be pleased to fill all orders of Country Produce from Pliiladel pliia or New York markets. Flour, Bacon, Grain, Lard, Lime, Sait, Ac., and a large quantity of which we have on hand and offer for sale on the most reason able terms. We are prepared at all times to make advances on Southern Produce consigned to our house in Philadel phia. MACKY & BEATTIE, 25 South Water street. sep29-3m 1933 aud 1935 Market street ESTABLISHED 1826. H. J. DICKERSON, Harbor Master, OFFICE OPEN AT AI.L HOUP.B OF THE DAY No. 1 Harris’ Buildings. SAVANNAH, GA. ikiv4 lm Latest from Egypt I PENNY’S NEW EXTRACT OF THE LGYTIAN LOTUS, anew and exquisite Perfume tor the handkerchief. Cleopatra and the ladies of the present day using the same perfume. THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS! THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!! THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!!! Manufactured by F. A.Penny, Brooklyn. New York. E. A. LOVEJOY, Agent, nh-3m 93 Fulton street, N. Y, For Sale, 1 '-tl lO BUSHELS Prime White Cora iOvU 2000 bushels Prime White Oats n8 N. A. HARDEE A CO, FOR SALE. ONE splendid four or eix horse Wagon, with Har ness to match. Also four Males. Enquire at the stable 9 of Henry Wayne, Weal Broad street. tT-nlO FOR SALE. 1 onn BUSHELS White Corn 1 “UU 1000 bushels Mixed Corn 100 b bushels Prime Oats 20 bbls Hams 10 bbls Smoked Tongues 200 boxes Cheese 100 kits No. 1 Mackerel. In store and for sale by n!6-lw OUERARD & FERRILL. NOTICE. THE undersigned promises to cure Seminal "Weakness in ail its worst forms.without the use of medicine.— Please send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for postage. Address J. M. RUSSELL, oct!0-3m Boston Mass. Notice. CENTRAL R R. A BANKING CO. OF GA.,> Savannah, Nov. 14, 1806 > mOK Annual Meeting of ihe Stockholders of this A Company will be held on Thursday, the 14th of December next, at the BankiLg House in Savannah, at 10 o'clock, a. ra. A lull attendance is earnestly re quested. GEO. A. CUYLER, nls-lm Cashier. NOTICE. THE Steamer Zodiac is now discharging at the foot of Abercora street. Parties are required to re move their Goods before sundown, or they will be stored at their expense aud risk. OCTAVUS COB F,N, dIG Ageut^ PLATED WARE. TUST received, a small invoice of he«vy Plated fj Forks aud iSpoon*, assorted. For sale by If. J- SOLOMONS A CO., Hl7-tf Jone»* buildings. Bay street. ADAMS’EXPRESS COMP’Y Great Eastern, Westera & Scatter EXPRESS FORWARDERS, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. THE Adame’ Ixprmw Company »re now prenirml to reevlv. .lid forward Irclghl mid nioufre to l>oetorlo.u. Thoinmo lll.und dlll w.y *UUuM. Alao, lit AUKU.U by Hirer or Udilrudil, and to all point* *rr , *‘ U,bW "\.. K. STOMPKAMA I Notice. THE Mr* nodi Ip I .HO U MOW iilM'litrolh* «l Moultin'* wbtif Ooi dlfiMW «IW WO»i*«r thut dll poo*l* lurt rumsrod Indore 4*rk will tw atored *t Unlr.*- umw* Md rl*k. *lith OOTAVUn * OMHM, "Notice. < b |ldllll»retilji bruriol'd* fkld'llqf IWIWI.M 1 JAL’AMIh A H ARIUA £ w**, uo Hid doth w>p U ilil.l l dlmoltvd hi luu'udi ■ i.naMit, 11.0 ImmOimm • 111 In nulltn I Mf i nod». UuT by lln mutn I*o- .1 .In, Will lm hapl'l to of lliu p* fiUvSi m Ul * * SAVANNAH BUSINESS DIRECTORY COMMLSSIt >N MLHcilZy,^^ fi»u. XYl.it my o. to., “STjsa A.’tSflESßiftg&agi-S Juhdii «a Highest market priced paid * Wool, beeswax, WC. PlH.r»l Adrencre ou Erwin At Harder, 'W COJIMISSION MERCHANTS, Bay »treei.jS:ivi,,. ! | all ( DRY GOODS. Joiud Mtloildgliy, - ■ — — DEALER IN DRY GOODS, 4 0 — ltK) Broughton street Samuel M. Lederer, Jobber arid o Famov *kd Stai-le Duv Gooi s, Brnire 01 .ic 14? GHOCKKIEB. & c . ~~ AT c ‘>- Wholesale Dealer in U' -' r' I*l. quoad, haoAKs, BV-UYGnooiaire. Ca' w S*'" e. g- 1 l-» r | liklDninoi,...,. , r||| B ,uT *srKsi dtreet, over Kxp rc ., B r l>n Pin Alloy. ~ ” 1 i no * No. 238 Biyan House,^ CHOICE UINEti end aervoq Frife^if 1_ _ PALYI'IXG. ' ” MURPHY & CLARK, House, Sign, ship« llU SUqtmb.at P., uUr j- lm OCt26 gas FH-rmr^T Weect iSi Cornwell, W holesaie Dealer* in Hai jjwabk and Tin Win ami 161 Broughton street, ‘ TT Cranston, ’ cJ • PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER, r y au «t„ next ip cor. Whitaker. SUGARS, TOBACCO. Ac. V Avon*. ■ 1 • BEG Alts, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac sCeet, one Uoor South of tbe Market. PRINTING, STATIONERY, AcT Cuvilic A Deuel., ' kj iiOOE.-ELLEUS AND STATIONERS, Cor flryati street aud Market Square. Vjarlxi.ig Ink, Masuuotmh and for sale bv M DAVAD H. GALLOWAY, - 35 Drayton Geo. N. NlclioLs, BOOK AND JOB PRINTER, Pa J ‘ LITHOGRAPH Kit, STATIONER, -3-4. HINDER, JOu PRINTER, Ac. No. ti Whitaker street, YV. Muton efc Cos., • HEItALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE. No. 11l Bay utreot TURNEYS. ~ \V r B- D. Harden, ' ~ ATTORNEY AT LAW, , , I*6 Bay street, nl4-lm Savannah. WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. Dealer in Watcius and Jkwklby, _ I, ;Vf R und .Plati and VVaek. Fancy Goods Ac. watches and .Jewelry Repaired. LW Congress st., opposite the I'ulaski House. physicians!! Jos, H . Clift, I*l. D, Cor. South Broad and Bamard-sts ., Orrios House —9 to 10 A. M., and 4to& P. M., MP” Residence—Mr. Wash's, Broughton Street, i-S-'m one Uoor east Masonic Hall. , DRUGGISTS. WM. UTilsit, . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, aul4 Sou,heart egr. Barnard and Broughton sie. A A. Solomons & Cos., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS. Orders executed accurately and with despatch. BOOTS AM). SHOES. Ames & Pen Study, Jobbers in Men's, Women’s, and Children s Calf, Serge und Kid BOOTS and SHOES, of ail kinds and qualities. 1»2 Congress at,, 4th of the Market. QUEENSWARU, &c. »• Smyth, yUEENSWARE GLASS AND -J. CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail. 102 Broughton street, 2d door from cor. of Bull CONFECTIONERY. M Fitzgerald, . WHOLESALE ANT> RETAIL DEALER IN CIDERS, LEMON, STRAWBERRY axi. RASPBERRY SYRUPS, CANDIES, Ac., do., Ifirc In any quantities, to suit Purchasers, jil WHITAKER STREET. SODA WATER. John Ry-anT Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER and ALE, CORDIALS. SYRUPS, ic. Cor Bay and West Broad streets. LAND AGENCY " FOR SOUTHERN GEORGIA. THE subscriber, formerly of Xavannah, and resident at Blackshear, Pierce county, Ga..on the Atlan tic & Gulf Railroad, will give his personal and undi vided attention to the sale and purchase of Lands contiguous to the said railroad, on commission, and solicit* the patronage of all needing an agent there. A* experience in the land, lumber aud timber busi ness of twenty years in Georgia and South Carolina, guarantees ample qualification. He will be repre sented in Savannah hy Mr. Henry Bryan, ard in New York by the Great Southern Bind Agency. Tl Broad way. JOHN D. DELANNOY. Refers to any old resident in Savannah. septß . 3m Hay, Hay. rrnc% BALES Prime Northern H»y, per Schr Clar* lO* Pickett For sale to arrive. cfa IHI I*ll' HII V IN I CO. . Pa per aiidßa g Warehouse Warren & Platner, WHOLESALE dealer, in all kind, of coarse *nd fine Paper, Kiivetopa, Twine* and Paper lloxes. Sole Agent. 11l thin elty fur the Bath Patter Mlll*- Thc litgheat e;t«h prtcea paid fur Ragn. Old R«P* and Bagging and wattle Paper, In large or small quail title*. ocild-tf 210 Bay dtreet. Savannah, Ga. SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE AND EMI GRATION AID COMPANY. VETHO want* Timber und Turpentine Lundsf »v Who wantd CutUm and Corn Farm.r We have them for .ale, ill different Mated Wh > wantd to aril Land* f We can dell iln-m. Put them In <mr hand*. _ _ „ W. U GL'INCY, »2 Wall .treet, Ndw TmY. 0. t JON KM, M. 11. LhK, Thome*vllle, l » octtM-lm UU.UAUD V. FLOYD, Jaekeouvlllc,«»-, WILMINGTON IRON WORKS. PUSSY, .JONES A 00., Wllintnir<o». o«l*wi»r*. aUdfft »re prepared to .areuto gntoie Will* not If tw NOTICE. Nil <«M»autoHMto*f W» an, at Hw “I Ml* i«.k is • o itoktoi• j ' fp.-i'.iftL'ri M